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  • translation to gaelic please

    can someone please tell me what the gaelic is to describe the west coast of scotland(edinburugh). Does the same word have any other meaning

  • #2
    I don't have the Gaelic, but I do have access to maps. Edinburgh is on the east coast of Scotland.

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    • #3
      Edinburgh is Dun Eideann (Doon Ehjun)

      West Coast is Oirthir an Iar (there are several other words for coast)


      (Two can play at George Orwell quotes)
      "In this country I don’t think it is enough realized—I myself had no idea of it until a few years ago—that Scotland has a case against England."

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      • #4
        while oirthir is one choice, "costa" seems to be most commonly used from listening to the radio, and on television programs etc.

        "Cost' an Iar"

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        • #5
          ""costa" seems to be most commonly used from listening to the radio, and on television programs etc."

          By tv presenters who spend too much time in Benidorm.



          (Two can play at George Orwell quotes)
          "In this country I don’t think it is enough realized—I myself had no idea of it until a few years ago—that Scotland has a case against England."

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          • #6
            Woooo, beagan farmad ort, a bheil?

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