Outlander Episode 301 – The Battle Joined – All the Gàidhlig Bits I Could Decipher

Boy, that Droughtlander seemed to last forever, didn’t it? Do I even still remember how to use WordPress? Whew, it seems I do.

But, at last, our long international nightmare is over and Outlander is back with season 3 and we have our first (and only) bit of Gàidhlig for the episode. It just had to happen at one of the most tear jerking parts of the episode, right? Luckily it’s not even a phrase I had to look up, as I often use a form of it to close my travel blogs.

39:36  Jamie after Rupert is shot

Slàn leat, a Ràibeirt! – Goodbye (or Farewell), Rupert (Don’t forget that b has a p sound in Gàidhlig. Yes, I know that’s confusing. Welcome to Gàidhlig!)

And just in case you don’t believe me, here is confirmation right (write?) from the writers mouth, um tweet:

And in the script:

6 thoughts on “Outlander Episode 301 – The Battle Joined – All the Gàidhlig Bits I Could Decipher

  1. So, so happy Outlander is back although I knew it was going to be a tough episode! I cried like a baby when Rupert was shot!!! Although he and Angus we’re extremely minor characters in the books, Stephen and Grant did such a remarkable job of endearing them to us!!!

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