pronunciation: IPA: muːn /muːn/ muːnz            

Translations into Scottish Gaelic:

  • gealach 
    (Noun  f)
     
    any substantially sized natural satellite of a planet
     
    largest natural satellite of planet Earth
     
    any substantially sized natural satellite of a planet
     
    largest natural satellite of planet Earth
  • Gealach 
  • a' ghealach 
  • eayst 

Other meanings:

 
To be lost in phantasies or be carried away by some internal vision, having temorarily lost (part of) contact to reality.
 
(full) moon
 
(intransitive, colloquial, dated) ( usually followed by over or about ) To fuss over adoringly or with great affection
 
Any natural satellite of a planet.
 
to display one’s buttocks to
 
A month, particularly a lunar month (approximately 28 days).
 
A natural satellite of a planet.
 
month
 
To fuss over adoringly or with great affection.
 
(transitive, pejorative, colloquial) To display one’s buttocks to, typically in jest, pejoratively, or in protest
 
Largest satellite of Earth.
 
(literary) A month, particularly a lunar month.
 
Deliberately show ones bare ass (usually to an audience, or at a place, where this is not expected or deemed appropriate).

Similar phrases in dictionary English Scottish Gaelic. (4)

gibbous moongealach chrotach
Love you to the moon and backLove you to the moon and back
Moongealach; Gealach
once in a blue moonuair san ràith

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