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Scottish Gaelic

[ skot-ish gol-ik or, often, gey-lik ]
/ ˈskɒt ɪʃ ˈgɒl ɪk or, often, ˈgeɪ lɪk /
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noun
the Gaelic of the Hebrides and the Highlands of Scotland, also spoken as a second language in Nova Scotia. Abbreviations: ScotGael, Scot. Gael.
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Also Scots Gae·lic [skots-gol-ik or, often, gey-lik]; /ˈskɒts ˈgɒl ɪk or, often, ˈgeɪ lɪk/; not in technical use, Scotch Gaelic [skoch-gol-ik or, often, gey-lik] /ˈskɒtʃ ˈgɒl ɪk or, often, ˈgeɪ lɪk/ .
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Scottish Gaelic

noun
the Goidelic language of the Celts of Scotland, spoken in the Highlands and Western Isles
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