6th December 2019


Are Scottish and Irish the same thing?

Now, about 60,000 people in Ireland can speak fluent Gaelic. SUMMARY: 1. Both Scottish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic came the same root: Celts. 2.Scottish Gaelic is spoken widely on the northern part of Scotland, whereas Irish Gaelic is spoken widely on the western part of the Irish region.

Why do Irish names start with MC?

O' means grandson of (not son of, as it commonly believed). So the name O'Connor would mean "Grandson of Connor." The prefix O' is almost always Irish. Mac or Mc means son of.
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