Norse-Gaelic

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Norse-Gaelic (not comparable)

  1. Pertaining to the Viking raiders who settled Ireland and western Scotland and assimilated into the local Gaelic culture
    The names MacLeod, Doyle, MacAskill and MacIvor are of Norse-Gaelic descent.

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