NOVEMBER 30 is St Andrew's Day 2020, Scotland's national day.
But how do you wish people a 'happy St Andrew's Day' in Gaelic? Here's all the info you need on the country's national day.
How do I say ‘Happy St Andrew’s Day’ in Gaelic?
To greet a Scottish person today, you should say 'latha fèill Anndrais sona dhut'.
It's pronounced 'lah fail Andras suna doit'.
While, if greeting more than one person at once, you should say 'latha fèill Anndrais sona dhuibh'.
This one's pronounced 'lah fail andra suna yiv'.
If you find that a bit of a mouthful, you can also say 'latha noamh Anndra sona dhut' or 'dhuibh'.
This is pronounced 'lah neyov Andra suna doit/yiv'.
What does Alba gu bràth mean?
Alba gu bràth literally means Scotland until judgement but is commonly translated as Scotland forever.
It's a phrase that denotes independence for Scotland.
Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland with the word having links to the Irish term as well as the Manx word Nalbin.
It's thought to refer to the first kingdom of the Picts.
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