Episode 107 – The Wedding – The Gàidhlig bits

Great Scot!

Well, isn’t it nice to be back to an episode with some Gàidhlig? Oh, and that little other matter of a certain couple getting married. 😉

While there wasn’t a great deal of Gàidhlig dialogue this week, we did get some great new words as well as repeats of some old favorites. Dare I hope that some of you are starting to recognize and understand some of the more common words and phrases?

21:01 Jamie to the tavern wench when she gives him food

Taing dhut – Thanks

23:03 Jamie to Claire (We’ve all been waiting for this one!)

Mo nigheandonn – My brown-haired lass

34:39 Jame to Claire when she admits to drinking the day of the wedding

Slàinte – health, cheers

39:38 Jamie and Claire’s Blood Vow at the wedding

I didn’t translate this myself but saw this yesterday. I’m not sure that it’s 100% accurate as…

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A True Fan’s Review of Outlander Episode #107: THE WEDDING

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Check out the Top 40 Looks from Outlander Episode #107: THE WEDDING

Ep107 THE WEDDING has a lot, and I mean a lot . . . of hand holding. Hands are good for so many things, most notably for touching. There hasn’t been as much touching in any of the other episodes combined. And I’m not only talking about Claire and Jamie. Everyone gets in on the touching action in this episode – not all of it gentle.

Last week, I summed up THE GARRISON COMMANDER in two words: Bloody brilliant. This week, I sum up THE WEDDING with two new words: Blazing hot.

What makes this episode blazing hot are the two people for whom we’ve been waiting to touch these past seven weeks, beyond playing footsie under the table and patching up the latest black eye. Caitriona Balfe (Claire Beauchamp-Fraser) and Sam Heughan (Jamie Fraser) sizzle together onscreen, elevating their performances to yet…

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