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20:31 Sep 29, 2000
Gaelic to English translations [PRO]
Gaelic term or phrase: emdy fae killie?
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5(Is there) anyone from Kilmarnock?steafan


  

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(Is there) anyone from Kilmarnock?


Explanation:
This isn't Scottish Gaelic but rather a phonetic rendition of urban Scots!
It literally translates as "Anybody from Killie?", "Killie" being a local abbreviation for the Ayrshire town in question. It's also the normal abbreviation for the Scottish Premier League (football) team from that town. "fae" is a variant on standard Scots "frae" = "from".


    Reference: http://killiefc.com
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