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  • 'g = for : ag, at
  • 'ga = for : ag a, at his, at her
  • 'gan = (prep.pron.)poss. at their
  • 'ille = See gille
  • 'm = for : am, the art. and the verbal part. - follows prep. ending in vow.
  • 'n = for : an = the - an = their - an = in - an, the verbal part - follows vow.
  • 'na = in his, in her, contraction for : an a
  • 'nad = in thy, in your - for : an do
  • 'nam = in their - precedes n. beginning with p,b,f,m
  • 'nan = in their - precedes n. beginning with vow. or con. other than p,b,f,m
  • 'r = for : ar, our - after prep. ending in vow.
  • 'r = for : ur, your - after prep. ending in vow.
  • 's = for : is, and
  • 's = for : is, it is
  • 's e = for : is e, 'tis he, it is : 's è, it is, in answer to a question
  • 's fheudar = it behoveth, it must be, it is necessary
  • 's i = it is, for : is i - 's ì in answer to a question
  • 's iad = they are, for : is iad
  • 'sa = for : anns a', in the
  • 'sam = for : anns am, in whom, in which : 'sam bith, at all - literally, in the world
  • 'san = for : anns an, in the
  • 'sna = for : anns na, in the
  • Abar-eadhain = pnm. Aberdeen - inflected on first element
  • Abhainn-fhaolain = pnf. the river Fillan - inflected on first element
  • Abhainn-fàrn = pnf. the river Farn - inflected on first element
  • Ailean = pnm. g.v. -ein, Allan
  • Aindreas = pnm. g.v. -eis, Andrew
  • Alasdair = pnm. Alexander
  • Alba = or Albainn pnf. g. Albann, Scotland
  • Albannach = (nm) g.v. -aich - pl. -aich, Scotsman : Ban-albannach, Scotswoman - a. Scottish
  • Anna = pnf. Anne
  • Ard-bhruchailt = pnm. Ardvruchilt - inflected on first element
  • Ard-mhoirlich = pnm. Ardvorlich - inflected on first element
  • Art = pnm. g.v. Airt, Arthur
  • Athall = pnm. g.v. -aill, Athol
  • Baile-chuidir = pnm. Balquhidder - also, Both-chuidir
  • Baltair = pnm. Walter
  • Barra = pnm. Barra (Hebrides)
  • Bearruig = pnf. Berwick
  • Beathag = pnf. g.d. -aig, usually given as the equivalent of Sophia
  • Beutan = surname, Beaton
  • Both-chanan = place name and surname, Buchanan
  • Braid-albann = pnf. Breadalbane
  • Bran = pnm. g.v. Brain, a dog's name
  • Breatunn = (nm) g. -uinn, Britain - Breatunnach, a Briton - a. British
  • Brus = surname, Bruce
  • Bun-an-t-sléibh = place name, `Mountain foot'
  • Bàideanach = pnm. g.v. -aich, Badenoch
  • Cailean = pnm. g.v. -ein, usually given as the equivalent of Colin
  • Caimbeulach = pnm. g.v. -aich, pl. -aich, a Campbell - a. of or belonging to the Campbells
  • Caisteal Bhlàir = pnm. Castle Blair - inflected on the first element
  • Caisteal-nuadh = pnm. Newcastle - inflected on both elements
  • Calluinn = (nf) New Year's day
  • Calum = pnm. g.v. -uim, rendered in English `Malcolm'
  • Camus-choinnich = pnm. Cambuskenneth - inflected on first element
  • Cardros = pnm. Cardross
  • Carraig = pnf. Carrick
  • Ceit = pnf. Kate
  • Ceòsag = pnf. g.d. -aig, meaning the `bunchy one'
  • Cill-earna = pnf. Killearn
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