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Gaelic translation: 'S tough leam ort

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01:48 Oct 8, 2000
English to Gaelic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Love always
I'm sure this is a very simple phrase for anyone who speaks Gaelic (Scots). I want to have this engraved on a present for my partner's birthday i.e. to John "love always" Jenny.

Beacause I unfortunately have no knowledge of the language I don't know which of the dictionary terms I should be using (I've looked these words up individually but obviously the context dictates which should be used.)

If anyone can help me I would be most grateful.
Alison Martin
Gaelic translation:'S tough leam ort
Explanation:
Hi,

"'S tough leam ort" is "I love you" in scottish Gaelic. It's not exactly what you are looking for, but maybe, if there's no native scotsman out there to help out, it will do as well.
Good luck!
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Carla Zwanenberg
Netherlands
Local time: 11:42
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Thanks for your help, I actually found a more detailed explanation of the specific phrase I was looking for but I've kept a note of the one you provided to as it will come in useful.
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na'S tough leam ort
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'S tough leam ort


Explanation:
Hi,

"'S tough leam ort" is "I love you" in scottish Gaelic. It's not exactly what you are looking for, but maybe, if there's no native scotsman out there to help out, it will do as well.
Good luck!


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Carla Zwanenberg
Netherlands
Local time: 11:42
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
Grading comment
Thanks for your help, I actually found a more detailed explanation of the specific phrase I was looking for but I've kept a note of the one you provided to as it will come in useful.
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