Suas Leis a' Ghàidhlig
Up with the Gaelic. Gàidhlig or Scottish Gaelic is the original language of the Clan Mackay. Most people in the Clan Mackay probably speak English now but no matter what language we may speak, Gàidhlig will always be the original language of the Clan for that is the language of the culture from which we sprang and is an important part of the identity of the Clan Mackay.
It is unknown whether Robert Mackay Sr. spoke or understood Gàidhlig or not. His will was written in English.
Below are links to some Gàidhlig and Highland Scottish related websites. Most of these sites were gleaned from a 'Yahoo' search and provide excellent information about Gàidhlig and on learning the language as well as some aspects of Highland Scottish culture.
Links to Gàidhlig & Highland Scottish related sites on the Web
UK Birth Certificates
Official UK Birth, Marriage and Death certificates, delivered worldwide to your door.
Rampant Scotland Directory!
12,000+ Scottish-related Links, regularly updated.
Dalriada Celtic Heritage Trust
Scotland's Online Resource Centre for Celtic Studies
The Gaelic Language in North America - ACGA
Gaelic and Gaelic Culture
Fàilte gu Sabhal Mòr Ostaig
Gàidhlig Learners Resource
The Gaelic Books Council
Comhairle nan Leabhraichean
Gaelic Languages Info
Gaelic Harps & Harpers in Ireland & Scotland
by The Honourable Robert Ruadh of the Isles
Gàidhlig 4 U
Slighe nan Gaidheal
Comhairle Na Gàidhlig
The Gaelic Council Of Nova Scotia
Visit their discussion forum
Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail Home Page
A Gàidhlig music band
The Scottish Gaelic Learners Association
K. L. Ussery's Homepage
Learner's Scottish Gaelic Homepage
Scottie Dogg's Homepage
William Knox-Pan-Celtic Phrasebook
Amanda's Celtic Cavern and Anglican ForumA website created by Amanda. It contains numerous discussion forums about a variety of subjects
The Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library Family Tree
A news magazine published by the Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library
Remembering the Battle of Culloden
The Potomac Celtic Festival
The Thistle & Shamrock
UHA, Ultimate Heavy Athletics
Bringing traditional Highland Heavy Athletics to television!
Mary Jane Lamond
A traditional Gaelic singer from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Travel Scotland On A Personalised Small Group Tour
webEcosse.comWebEcosse.com is a club for Scotland, about Scotland, for those who love coming to Scotland.
Clothing of the Ancient Celts: A Guide to Celtic Costume
Maps of Scotland
FonoAsturThe regions of Galicia and Asturia in northwestern Spain have a Celtic heritage. This link has information on some of the musical groups from Asturia.
Tartan TV'Tartan TV is a new internet television station which takes the 90 million international Scots (yes, there are that many of us!) back to the very heart of our homeland.'
Breton Language website
Uniform Accessories & Scottish Jewelry
Celtic Reinactment group. Responsible for the 'Tuathe Preachain' settlement at the
Potomac Celtic Festival. Old homepage.
An t-Alltan Dubh
Duilleag Nèill Mac Eòghainn
European Regional Directory
Music from Scotland
Instant download of MP3 files from Scotland.
Sterling Silver Kilt Pins and Penannular Brooches
Hebrides.com - Photographs
A guide to writing systems.
Non Celtic languages used by Celtic peoples:
Rudy Ramsey's Celtic Pages
Contains links to Celtic themed radio stations and programmes.
English traditions, customs and Culture
Irish dictionary online
Warlinenn - The Cornish Language Online
Scottish Books from Scotland
New, used and out of print Scottish books from the west of Scotland.
celebrating highland culture
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