Monthly Archives: February 2019

Ceòl Cosmaig ga Crochadh ann an Earball Rèile

Ceòl Cosmaig ga Crochadh ann an Earball Rèile Lèirmheas – Inyal – 26mh a’ Ghearrain, 2019. The Gilded Balloon, Dùn Èideann Air an rèile a-nìos o chathair-bhaile nan Sasannach, bha mi air mo dhòigh fhaighinn a-mach gun robh Inyal gu bhith a’ cluich ann an Dùn Èideann a-nochd. Gu dearbh, b’ e seo a’ chiad […] Continue reading

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Còig beachdan airson ‘An Còmhradh’ a chumail an-àird | 5 opinions for helping build on the ‘The Conversation’

Còig beachdan airson ‘An Còmhradh’ a chumail an-àird – 5 opinions for helping build on the ‘The Conversation’ So by now you might have had ‘An Còmhradh’ – ‘The Conversation’ when you and somebody you know well has decided to start speaking in Gaelic to each other. Here are a few tips for International Mother Tongue… Continue reading

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Is toil leam a’ Chuimrigh, is toil leam gach gleann! #Gàidhlig

Bha sinn anns a’ Chuimrigh bho chionn goirid airson làithean-saora ann an Caerdydd (Cardiff) far a bheil caraid againn a-nis a’ fuireach. Bha turas inntinneach againn ann agus bha cothrom againn modh-chòmhdhail gu tùr ùr fheuchainn.  Chaidh sinn gu Bristol … Cum ort a leughadh Continue reading

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Òran Br-fhàgail Brònach

Seo agaibh duanag a’ toirt geàrr-iomradh air cùisean mòra Brexit ann am beagan fhaclan a-rèir nam beachdan is breithneachadh as motha a chluinnear mu dheidhinn sna naidheachdan. Ma tha cuid agaibh airson a ghabhail os làimh ron ath-Mhòd Nàiseanta, ’s ann ri fonn “Chuir iad mis’ a dh’eilean leam fhìn” a tha i air a… Continue reading

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Nicola Sturgeon – Is Ise Gàidhlig! (it says here)

Well a chàirdean!

‘S e mìos glè glè thraing a bh’ anns an Fhaoilleach do Bhòrd na Gàidhlig. Rinneadh tòrr mòr obrach air sàillibh na h-iomairt as ùire aca, agus gu dearbha fhèin bha a buil ri faicinn ann an sreath de dhealbhan snoga air twi… Continue reading

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Dannsair Cèilidh a’ Chriosa Duibhe

  Cò leis nach bu mhiann dannsadh le sùrdag? Ach dhan tè seo b’ionnan mireadh is màbadh. Dannsair Cèilidh a’ Chriosa Duibhe Ged is èibhinn leam boireannach le sìnteag na cois ‘S èiginn dhomh innse mar a rinn tè orm a chùis B’ e deireadh na h-oidhche; Strip The Willow Nuair bu lèir dhomh an… Continue reading

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A Potted History of Scottish Gaelic

This is from @ScotsGaelicfor … we think its funny … don’t take it (or yourselves) too seriously. 1. The story begins yonks ago when some lads from Antrim decided they would take a 12 mile sailing holiday to Scotland to box the Picts in the mouth. They spoke Middle Irish and were undoubtedly mad bastards. […] Continue reading

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Na Dùthchannan Ceilteach – The Celtic Nations

The brilliant @ScotsGaelicfor has created this primer disentangling the various Celtic Nations flags and languages … 1. Cornwall is “a’ Chòrn.” Cornish (#Kernowek) is “Còrnais.” It’s very similar to Welsh and has around 500 – 600 speakers (we think). It’s been brought back from the brink and the number of speakers is growing so “neart […] Continue reading

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