April 19, 2003

Gaelic text-message dictionary

A tiny Gaelic guide to texting -- an infamously difficult language spoken by fewer than 60,000 Scots -- is now available to mobile phone users. According to Marilyn Gillies, of Gaelic media company, Canan, and the compiler of Gaelic's first text-message dictionary: "Text-messaging in Gaelic shows that the language is alive and attractive to a new generation". According to SMS:Business Gets the Message and Scotland on Sunday.

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