How do you say good luck in Scots?

How do you say good luck in Scots?

Lang may yer lum reek
“Lang may yer lum reek”. Translation: “I wish you good luck and good fortune for the future”.

What is the Scottish word for blessing?

Saining is a Scots word for blessing, protecting or consecrating.

What does Bragh mean in Scottish?

BRAW, Bra’, Braa, Bragh, adj. and adv. Cf. also Brave.

How do you say best wishes in Gaelic?

Go n-eirí an t-ádh leat is one way of wishing ‘good luck’ which literally means, ‘That luck may rise with you! ‘ Another well-known phrase that wishes good fortune is go n-éirí an bóthar leat.

What does Gie it Laldie mean?

Give it your best effort
Often used in forms of encouragement to one’s colleagues, “Gie it laldie!” can loosely be translated as “Give it your best effort”.

How do you say great in Scottish?

Barry (Bah-ray) A Scottish word for great.

What does M Annsachd mean?

my blessing
It means… my darling. M’annsachd, my blessing.” Okay, we thought we were done crying…

What does Gaelic origin mean?

Gaelic (adj.) 1774, “of or pertaining to the Gaels” (meaning originally in English the Scottish Highlanders); 1775 as a noun, “language of the Celts of the Scottish Highlands;” earlier Gathelik (1590s), from Gael (Scottish Gaidheal; see Gael) + -ic.

What is braw lad?

Brave; fine; gay; handsome; pleasant; agreeable; worthy; excellent; stout: as, a braw new gown; a braw man; braw lads and bonny lasses.

What does Dinna fash yourself mean?

don’t worry
Dinna fash yersel’! To “fash” means to trouble, bother, or annoy. So, “dinna fash” means “don’t worry!”

What is a traditional Gaelic blessing?

May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. (traditional gaelic blessing) This traditional Irish blessing is an ancient Celtic prayer.

Where to go for good luck in Ireland?

Start a Taster of our program for free. Don’t regret no having tried it. The Conor Pass, on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland. People speak a mix of English and the Irish language in Dingle. Good luck! = Go n-éirí leat!

What does Lang May Yer Lum Reek mean?

“Lang may yer lum reek”. Translation: “I wish you good luck and good fortune for the future”.

What does Scottish phrase We’re all created equal mean?

Translation: “We’re all created equal”. (Jock Tamson is a Scottish term for ‘everyman’) “Failin means yer playin”. Translation: “It’s better to be doing badly than not taking part at all”. “Ye mak a better door than a windae”.

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