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The Gaelic-English Dictionary
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Table of Contents

1. Symbols and Abbreviations Used in the Dictionary 2. Using the Dictionary 3. Spelling and Pronunciation 4. Contents of Appendices The Gaelic-English Dictionary Appendix 1. The Gaelic Verb Appendix 2. The Gaelic Noun Appendix 3. The Gaelic Adjective Appendix 4. Adverbs Appendix 5. Conjunctions Appendix 6. Pronouns Appendix 7. Prepositions Appendix 8. Lenition Appendix 9. The Points of the Compass Appendix 10. Time Appendix 11. Numerals Appendix 12. Proper Nouns.

About the Author

Mr Colin Mark, a Classics graduate of Aberdeen University, taught in several schools over a period of forty years. During that time he took up the study of Gaelic and, within a few years, had written Gaelic Verbs (Glasgow University Press, 1986) before embarking upon the present work.

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'Anyone who has tried to learn Scottish Gaelic will be aware of the lack of an up-to-date, practical dictionary. Mr Mark has plugged the gap triumphantly. I heartily recommend it.' - Victor Price, Ross-Shire Journal (31.12.03)

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