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megsyface11 megsyface11 18-21, F 11 Answers Aug 14, 2010

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If you think thats confusing, consider the word "Success."

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In Gaelic a singular noun that begins in the letter C is pronounced with a K and a plural noun with an S.

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Just paak your caaah in Haahvaad Yaad.....

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It was my understanding that both pronunciations were correct.

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Actually, Glasgow Celtic , the soccer club as a big Irish Catholic following. It was just that at the time there were a lot of illiterate Irish people, this was in the Victorian era,and this is where I have to surmise, the Irish who emigrated to the states took this name with them. The soccer part was in a Glasgow Celtic match programme

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May have something to do with the fact Celtics are from Ireland while Seltics are from Beantown !!

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'Cause they're from Boston.

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... because long ago when the world was young, it was pronounced with the "s" sound prior to the general knowledge that the Celts pronounced with the "k" sound

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I've asked the same question with regard to the football (soccer to Americans) team Glasgow celtic, again soft 'c' sound used.

Then I realised it didn't matter I hated them regardless. :-D

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