I just wanted to take a minute to introduce a couple of new Gàidhlig speaking members of the Outlander clan.
First, we have Katie MacKenzie. With a name like that, she should fit right in!
Welcome, Katie Mackenzie @KatieMack39, who will be filming/singing for #Outlander! http://t.co/IrLgc4oiwF
— Outlander Podcast (@outlanderpod) March 21, 2014
You can find Katie on Facebook and on Twitter (@katiemack39). You can also find her album on iTunes.
Next, we have Fiona MacKenzie. Fiona is helpfully providing Gàidhlig tidbits appropriate to Outlander fans on Twitter at Twitter handle @gaelicsinger. She also has a website with lots of cool information about herself and her music.
Here is just a sampling of some of the Gàidhlig tidbits she has shared over the last few days.
#Gaelic – How’s your head? Ciamar a tha do cheann? Kimmer uh ha daw ch(soft ch as in loch) ow-n? #ThedayAfter #StPatricksDay
— Fiona J Mackenzie (@Gaelicsinger) March 18, 2014
#Gaelic – where were u? Cait’ an robh thu? Pronounced – Catch un raw oo? #awayworking
— Fiona J Mackenzie (@Gaelicsinger) March 20, 2014
@PatriciaMcLea20 @KatieMack39 Math dha rireabh! Excellent! Pronounced – Ma gha reeriv! #Gaelic
— Fiona J Mackenzie (@Gaelicsinger) March 21, 2014
#Gaelic – Camera! Camara! Pronounced as it looks! @OutlanderTVNews @outlanderpod #Outlander
— Fiona J Mackenzie (@Gaelicsinger)
#Gaelic – I like the book. ‘S toigh leam an leabhar. Pronounced – Iss till loom an l-yawr.#DianaGabaldon
— Fiona J Mackenzie (@Gaelicsinger) March 22, 2014
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