How Do You Say I Love You in Scottish Gaelic?

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To say I love you in Scottish Gaelic you would say the words, Tha gaol agam ort. Scottish Gaelic is a Celtic language that is spoken mainly in Scotland and Nova Scotia. The language has a unique sound and flows when spoken.
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gaol / gràdh. The Scottish Gaelic word for love is " Gaol. " which is pronounced. Gooll. To tell someone you love them, you would say; " tha gaol agam ort. &
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"Tha gaol agam ort" (familiar), "Tha gaol agam oirbh" (formal/plural), "Tha gràdh agam dhut" (intimate), "Tha gràdh agam dhuibh"
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To say I love you in Scottish Gaelic is "Tha gaol agam ort"
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this is irish "Ta grá agam duit or Táim i' ngrá leat". (different dialects/ways)Don't know bout scottish cos i'm irish but i think the scots one might
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