Several people have already replied, but this is the sentence in full, for
the sake of other learners on the list.
Chan eil e 'na iongnadh gum biodh eileanaich, mar a th' unnainn uile anns an
dùthaich seo, déidheil air iasg.
It is no surprise / wonder that islanders, as we all are in this country,
should be fond of fish.
Aonghas Mac-a-Phì, who wrote this, is from Skye, so perhaps this is his
particular accent showing through.
Is i a' Ghàidhlig Cànan mo Dhùthcha.
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From: Lois\Ted Macdonald <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, December 13, 2002 5:01 PM
Subject: Fw: De tha seo a' ciallachadh?
> > Leugh mi artaigeal anns an "Scotsman" an diugh agus chunnaic mi am facal
> > "unnainn", mar seo: "mar a th'unnainn uile anns an duthaich seo..."
> > eil e ri lorg anns na faclairean agam. A bheil fios aig duine sam bith
> > tha
> > am facal "unnainn" a' ciallachadh?
> I read an article in The Scotsman today and I saw the word "unnainn", like
> this: "........". It can't be found in my dictionaries. Does anyone know
> what "unnainn" means ?
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