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Gaelic-speaking   /gˈeɪlɪk-spˈikɪŋ/   Listen
Gaelic-speaking

adjective
1.
Able to communicate in Gaelic.






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"Gaelic-speaking" Quotes from Famous Books



... already introduced into the part of the country in which I at this time resided, on the richer and more level lands; but many a Gaelic-speaking cottar and small tenant still lived on the neighbouring moors and hill-sides. Though Highland in their surnames and language, they bore a character considerably different from that of the simpler Highlanders of the interior of Sutherland, ...
— My Schools and Schoolmasters - or The Story of my Education. • Hugh Miller

... that he didn't know a cow from a giraffe. And Isaac and Rebekah had taken first, anyhow, and the doctor must come and see the red tickets on them. Gilbert started off through the crowd, but fell a captive by the way. As he passed a Gaelic-speaking group of checked shawls he was grasped violently by the sleeve and forced into ...
— Treasure Valley • Marian Keith



Words linked to "Gaelic-speaking" :   communicatory, communicative



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