Studying Gaelic in Mitchell Library

It took a while and several internal phone calls but in the end the Mitchell Library stuff did manage to find Scottish Gaelic Studies Vol. XVIII for me. Within a couple of hours read Richard Cox’ 28-page article on mìr àireamhail – in Gaelic: naturally didn’t understand all the details but surprisingly got the general gist and found it reasonably interesting. Fairly morale/mood-boosting, even though the information I actually sought (numerical particle evolved either from possessive pronoun(s) or from the article) only appeared in passing as a matter of fact towards the end. Capped it by Kelvingrove Gardens stroll (and visiting By the Findhorn in the museum).



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