An Aibidil Ghàidhlig
As you might have noticed, the Gaelic alphabet has only eighteen letters, each of which was traditionally associated with a different tree name. This list of trees was used to help children remember their alphabet. This shows that nature was very important to the Gaels. Although Gaelic doesn’t have letters like v, these sounds can still be made. Sounds like v, w and x are made up using other letters. Mar eisimpleir: Madainn mhath!