Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
A draft paper discussing the linguistic differences between Goidelic and Brythonic, Late 19th or early 20th century
A grammar of the Gaelic language, as it was understood in the 18th century. Interestingly, the English word 'Gaelic' is written as Galic. Author and date unknown.
Article by Rudolf Thurneysen on 'Irish Accentuation and Verse'. The article is a review of an article of this name by Heinrich Zimmer, which appeared in Celtic Studies vol. 2.
2 volumes of celtic class notes taken by Rev Charles Robertson. It is likely that the lectures in these notebooks were delivered by Donald Mackinnon. Contents include gaelic translations, gaelic phonetics, proverbs and riddles, old gaelic hymns, literature and philology.
Series of class notes including, notes on the Old Irish verb, a list of books in a class library (probably that of the Celtic Class in Edinburgh University), notes on the derivation of the word fathast, a poem entitled 'Niall Mac Mhuireadhaigh cecinit'. Also notes on Cabar Feidh, notes on days of the week and a gaelic tale, without heading, which begins, Thug Mac Leoid Dhuin Bheagain cuirm mhor chum an d'thuge fios air Leathanaich Phabaidh.
Two articles concerning the origins of place names round the coast of the Western Highlands and Islands.
Dictionary of Gaelic Etymologies bound up from 17 notebooks in January 1889.