The only person that matters to me, The person i love more than anyone i know or have known.
...the reason i live
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A half man/half horse that often is seen carrying a football in one arm and is often confused with the centaur.
The Clinton High School Gallopin' Gaels beat the piss out of the Nashoba Regional High School Cheiftains in a blowout football game friday night.
A Celt from Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. Descendant of the ancient Gallaeci Celts of Galicia, N.W. Spain and N. Portugal.
A Goidelic (Q-CELTIC) Celt.
The Irish, Scots and Manxs are all Gaels.
Tha na Gàidhlean gu bhith air falbh. Tha sinn 'nar beagchuid 'nar dùthaich fhèin. O, mallaich na Sasannaich air dèanamh seo thugainn! Mallaich na Frangaich air dèanamh seo gu na Ceiltich na Breatainn Bheag!
Tha 'n teine nam Ceilteach 'marbhadh, mar sin nan t-Sìthiche...
(The Gaels are almost gone. We are minorities in our own countries. O, curse the English for doing this to us! Curse the French for doing this to the Celts of Brittany
The fire of the Celts is dying, like that of the Elves...)
"Gwyddel", meaning 'raider', was initially the name given to the Scots of Dalriada by the Brythonic (Old Welsh) speaking tribes when they were expanding their kingdom into in Strathclyde . As stated in the Declaration of Arbroath, "The Britons they first drove out". "Gwyddel" (Old Welsh), "Gaidheal" (Scots Gaelic) and later Anglicised into Gael.
Scot and Gael were synonymous until the 15th century.