Outlander: Gaelic and Scots phrases used on the show – and what they mean

From ‘Sassenach’ to ‘dinna fash’, here’s the meaning of the Gaelic and Scots words used in Outlander.

Sassenach
Often used by Jamie as a nickname for Claire Sassenach means foreigner, typically an English person.
Nighean
A term of endearment for a woman, that can mean daughter,young woman, or lass.
Leannan
Another term of endearment meaning sweetheart, or beautiful woman.
Cridh
Gaelic word for heart.
Gradh
Gaelic term for love
Bairn
Commonly used Scots for a baby or young child.

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