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Scottish Gaelic to Slovak dictionary

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This Scottish Gaelic to Slovak dictionary searches words in both directions at the same time.
Both Scottish Gaelic to Slovak and Slovak to Scottish Gaelic translations will be listed at once.


airgead (m); airgiod (m) peniaze
athair (m) otec ('formally, officially'), tato ('usually used only by children'), tatko <!--belongs on Slovak page: ("little father", nice/beloved father,-->('usually used only by children'), tatíčko<!--belongs on Slovak page: ("little little father")-->, tati ('vocative'; 'usually used by children'), foter (pejorative) (m)
balach (m); balachan (m); gille (m) chlapec (m)
bean (f); boireannach (m) žena (f)
beathach (m), ainmhidh (m) živočích (m); zviera (n)
biadh (m) jedlo (n); strava (f)
bràthair (m) brat (m)
caileag (f); nighean (f); nighneag dievča (n)
cat (m) mačka (f); kocúr (m)
craobh (f) strom (m)
cù (m), madadh (m) pes (m); suka (f)
dìthean (m); flùr (m) kvet (m)
each kôň (m)
èisd; èist počúvať
fear (m); duine (m) muž
halò; latha math; hòigh ahoj; servus; dobrý deň
leabhar (m) kniha (f)
leugh čítať
màthair (f) matka (f)
meas (m), toradh (m) ovocie (n)
piuthar (f) sestra (f)
rùn (m) láska (f)
sgoil (f) škola (f)
sìth (f) mier (m)
taigh (m) dom (m)
tapadh leat; tapadh leibh; taing ďakujem; ďakujeme
teine (m) oheň (m)
ubhal (m) jablko (n)
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