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GaelicGae‧lic /ˈɡeɪlɪk, ˈɡælɪk/ noun [uncountable]  SLLone of the Celtic languages, especially spoken in parts of Scotland and in IrelandGaelic adjective Gaelic poetry
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GaelicPatsi, by the way, is fluent in Gaelic.The car queue is not long and I am excited by the welcoming signs in Gaelic.One thing I had not bargained for was the amount of Gaelic spoken in the country districts.In a 1987 survey, though, 17% of those under 25 claimed some knowledge of Gaelic.It should be remembered, however, that Gaelic was proscribed by the authorities for many years.
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