gaelic

Part of speech: adjective

Belonging to the Scottish Highlanders.

Part of speech: noun

The Celtic language.

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Usage examples "gaelic":

  1. When I saw him, he was in earnest discussion with one of his men, and he was not using English but sputtering a torrent of shrill Gaelic, shrugging his shoulders, throwing his arms about, thrilling with excitement- but for all that, he was the picture of a man that most women would find irresistible. - "An Orkney Maid", Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr.
  2. There were even men who spoke to me in the Gaelic. - "A Minstrel In France", Harry Lauder.
  3. Has your friend the Gaelic? - "A Prince of Good Fellows", Robert Barr.