My favorite phrase in Gaelic.  Loosely translated, I won't be broken.

My favorite phrase in Gaelic. Loosely translated, I won't be broken. (I /think/ it might be closer to "you can't break me") -- He's got a leather bracelet with a metal plate, on which are written these words.

Karen Gillan Teaches Us Some Quick Scottish Phrases. This is actually quite hilarious.

Karen Gillan Teaches Us Some Quick Scottish Phrases

Table names - Scottish words and phrases. Great for a laugh

Scottish Wedding with Vintage Charm

A little rain definitely didn't dampen the spirits of this adorable couple and their guests, in fact, it just added to the memories. The bride and bridesmaids donned wellies while the groom and his groomsmen sported traditional Scottish kilts.

Lang may yer lum reek: Best ever Scottish phrases - Sunday Post

Lang may yer lum reek: Best ever Scottish phrases - Sunday Post

Useful Scottish Gaelic phrases

Useful Scottish Gaelic phrases

Scottish Sayings & Scottish Phrases

Authentic Scottish sayings, words and phrases. Enjoy a taste of our unique Scottish language.

Image detail for -RubberStamps - Gaelic Phrases. I just like the phrases!

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14 Fancy Scottish Phrases and Their Equally Fancy Meanings | slice.ca

14 Fancy Scottish Phrases and Their Equally Fancy Meanings

Grumpy Granny Tote Bags. Scottish phrases you're by Drewscrafts8

hese Funny Tote bags have different saying's from Glasgow that your Granny may have said. All Grumpy Granny Tote bags come with a picture of a very happy old woman and different logos across them. Tote bags are ideal for Travel, School, Gym, Work and a.

Americans And Londoners React To Scottish Phrases

Americans And Londoners React To Scottish Phrases

"We're at Jock Tamson's barn? Do people have barn parties in Scotland?

[caption id="attachment_126673" align="aligncenter" width="612"] The cottage in Alloway—with unreeking lum—where the poet Robert Burns was born in 1759. (Pic: AP Images)[/caption] No matter what...

[caption align="aligncenter" The cottage in Alloway—with unreeking lum—where the poet Robert Burns was born in (Pic: AP Images)[/caption] No matter what.

"Fuirich agus chi thu" means "wait and see" in Scottish Gaelic.  It's one of Diana Gabaldon's favorite phrases.  For a variety of products featuring this logo, look here: http://www.zazzle.com/OutlandishObserv*/

"Fuirich agus chi thu" means "wait and see" in Scottish Gaelic. It's one of Diana Gabaldon's favorite phrases.

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