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- proper n. The Gaelic language of Scotland, spoken primarily in the northern and western parts of the country, with important communities in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Scottish Gaelic had its widest influence between 800 and 1200 CE, as place names throughout Scotland attest.
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- n. the Gaelic of Scotland
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English, Scots and Scottish Gaelic, with just one per cent of the population using the latter.
Frontman Dol Eoin writes and sings in Scottish Gaelic, pronounced gallic.
As well as various languages like Scots (including regional dialiects), Scottish Gaelic, Doric, there is also distinct cultural differences between Highlanders and Lowlanders.