The oldest example of written Scottish Gaelic that was previously known was not earlier than the sixteenth century.
I have sometimes, in the second part of the book, used stories preserved in the Scottish Gaelic, as will be seen by my references.
It must be borne in remembrance that the spelling of the Scottish Gaelic is entirely modern.
The utility of a Grammar of the Scottish Gaelic will be variously appreciated.
This solecism is found in the Irish as well as in the Scottish Gaelic translation.
It seems now to be agreed that the various dialects of Scottish Gaelic fall into two main divisions—northern and southern.
Manx is a dialect mainly Celtic, and differing only slightly from the ancient Scottish Gaelic.