How do I pronounce Culzean?

Culzean: It’s not pronounced Cull-zeen Castle but Cull-ane Castle.

How do you pronounce Mo Shíorghrá?

With Valentine’s day coming up this weekend its fitting that we look at words related to love, a popular expression is mo shíorghrá which means my eternal love. It is pronounced muh-heer-grawh, mo meaning my, shior means eternal and ghra is love.

How do you pronounce Loch Avon?

A famous example is Loch Avon and the River Avon, both pronounced A’an, which were incorrectly recorded by the first map-makers in the area, and another is Bridge of Brown which actually derives from Drochaid Bhruthainn (Drochitch VROON) meaning ‘Bridge of Boiling Water’.

How is Culross pronounced?

Coo-riss
Culross is pronounced “Coo-riss”, Milngavie is “Mull-guy”, and “Edinburgh” can be either “Edinburruh” or “Edinbruh” depending on your allegiances, but never, ever “Edinburro”.

How do you pronounce Mo Chara?

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  2. cara. /kor-ah/ friend.
  3. a chara. /ah khor-ah/ My friend! /
  4. mo chara. /muh khor-ah/ my friend (never used as a form of address)
  5. cairde. /kor-jeh/ friends.
  6. comrádaí /kum-raw-dee/ friend, comrade, pal, mate.
  7. comrádaithe. /kum-raw-de-ha/

How do you pronounce Mo Ghra?

Is tú mo ghrá (pronounced Is too moh graw) – This translates as ‘you are my love’ Word for word, it is ‘are you my love,’ but it is not a question.

How do you pronounce Ben macdui?

Ben Macdui — been macDOOi — Hill of Macduff. The highest hill in the Cairngorms and the second highest in the UK. Braeriach — bry REEach — The brindled upland. The first syllable is generally prounounced as ‘bray’, but — properly — is ‘bry’.

How do you spell Cairngorms in Scotland?

The Cairngorms (Scottish Gaelic: Am Monadh Ruadh) are a mountain range in the eastern Highlands of Scotland closely associated with the mountain Cairn Gorm.

What does Dal mean in Scottish place names?

Dal-

Place-Name Element: dal–
Meaning: 1. Brittonic dol ‘haugh, holm’
2. Brittonic dol ‘church-land’
3. Gaelic dail ‘haugh, holm’
4. Scots dale ‘share, portion’

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