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G is for Gaelic, one of the many languages and dialects spoken throughout history in Scotland, Ireland and other Celtic regions.
Scottish Gaelic is still spoken, often along with English, in the Highlands and the Western Isles, and to a lesser degree elsewhere in Scotland. There are also small Gaelic-speaking communities in Canada.
Gaelic may have been brought to Scotland around the 4th century AD from Ireland. It spread throughout Scotland but began to retreat north and westwards from the 11th century onwards.
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