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    I would like to know what the words "Hope, Dream, and Love" are in Scottish gaelic if anyone could please help me out.

    Thanks,
    Reaganne

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    Ḍchas, bruadar agus gaol.

    Hope, dream and love.

    I presume the "dream" you want is the noun? You can also use "aisling" for dream.

    "aisling air X" = dream about X

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    • #3
      Thanks so much for that, actually I meant dream as in "to dream" same with the others "to hope" "to love".

      Reaganne

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      • #4
        Ok dokey, well in that case

        you would still use "ḍchas" for " to hope" - however,

        Gaelic says Eg. "tha mi an ḍchas gu bheil~" (literally :I am in hope that~)

        or alternatively, "tha ḍchas agam gu bheil~" (I have hope that~)

        to dream is "ag aisling air" "to dream about"

        to love: "Tha gaol agam air~" "I love ~" (literally: I have love on~"

        Maybe you should just stick to the nouns! :-)

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