A collection of useful phrases in Scottish Gaelic. Click
on the English phrases to see them in many other languages.
Note: thu = you, singular, and is used with people
you know and those younger than you. sibh = you, plural/formal,
and is used when talking to more than one person, or when talking
to one person you don't know and/or who is older than you.
Beannachd leat/leibh (frm) Mar sin leat/leibh (reply to beannachd leat)
Tìoraidh / Tìoraidh ma-tha / Tìoraidh an-dràsta (inf)
Bidh mi 'gad fhaicinn (I'll be seeing you)
Chi mi a-rithist thu (I'll see you again)
Feumaidh mi ruith (I must run)
A can thu sin a-rithist, ma's e do thoil e? (inf)
A can sibh sin a-rithist, ma's e bhur toil e? (frm/pl)
An abair sin a-rithist thu, ma's e do thoil e? (inf)
An abair sin a-rithist sibh, ma's e bhur toil e? (frm/pl)