Scottish Gaelic: duine uasal agus mnathan uasal

  • Hi

    Firstly you'd need to use the vocative case:

    duine uasal --> a dhaoine-uaisle
    mnathan-uasle --> a mhnathan-uaisle

    Also, the usual order is to place the lady first (as you do in English), so the answer is:

    A mhnathan-uaisle 's a dhaoine-uaisle

    (quick point about nomenclature: the language is called Scottish Gaelic. Scottish isn't usually used on its own to refer to a language and may be confused with Scots, which is the Germanic variety related to English)