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Gaelic possessive pronouns (third person singular) 'his'

The Gaelic word for his is a. The word a often causes a sound change in the noun which follows it. Alternatively, the word for his can be expressed by the preposition aig in its conjugated form.

Examples of using the word 'his' in Gaelic with a noun in the plural

a chasan
his feet
a làmhan
his hands
a bhràithrean
his brothers

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Basic words and phrases in Gaelic

Get by in Gaelic with these basic Gaelic words & phrases.

The horses are white.

Tha na h-eich geal.

The girl is strong.

Tha a' chaileag làidir.

The girl is small.

Tha a' chaileag beag.

The boy is small.

Tha 'm balach beag.

The woman is young.

Tha am boireannach òg.

The woman is beautiful.

Tha am boireannach àlainn.

The girls are small.

Tha na caileagan beag.

The horses are big.

Tha na h-eich mòr.