Scots Gaelic for "skilled and ingenious," Ealanta is a 19 Years Old Glenmorangie, matured exclusively in virgin American white oak casks from the Mark Twain National Forest in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.
What does ScG stand for?
ScG stands for Scots Gaelic (linguistics)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 235 other meanings of ScG in our Acronym Attic
- Scott County Family YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association; Evansville, IN)
- Smart Choices for Youth (Goldsboro, NC)
- Southern Californians for Youth (Los Angeles, CA)
- Saban Capital Group, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA; est. 2001)
- Saudi Coast Guard
- Save Concorde Group (UK)
- Schützen Corps Gesellschaft (German shooting club)
- Schweizerischer Chiropraktoren-Gesellschaft (German: Swiss Chiropractors' Society; Switzerland)
- Science Coordinating Group
- Science Coordination Group
- Screen Cartoonists Guild
- Security Classification Guide
- Selective Coronarography
- Serbia and Montenegro
- Service Canadien des Glaces (Canadian Ice Service)
- Service Control Gateway (telecommunications)
- Slow Crack Growth
- Small Community Grant (various locations)
- Society of Craniofacial Genetics (since 1975)
- Society of the Classic Guitar
Samples in periodicals archive:
Situated in the Hilton Glasgow in the heart of the city, the Connich Bar takes its name from the Scots Gaelic word, meaning "to encounter".
Campaigned on the Flat over the summer, Scots Gaelic won a handicap at Fairyhouse before running a fine fourth in the Ascot Stakes at the Royal meeting in June, also making the frame at the Galway Festival.
The experiment, known as Suaineadh - or 'twisting' in Scots Gaelic, was an important step forward in space construction design and demonstrated that larger structures could be built on top of a light-weight spinning web, paving the way for the next stage in the solar power project.
The Scots Gaelic version of the series was called Donnie Murdo, two names unconnected with mice or danger.
Moreover, students reject appeals to the historical overlap between Irish and Scots Gaelic as a basis for teaching the latter as a substitute; these teenagers see themselves as British and Irish, but not Scottish.
ACROSS in Hall 2 on Sunday night, the altogether less strident tones of Scots Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis will be in evidence.
Instead, the successful youngster is Thomas Henry, nine, from Belfast, who will play a member of a tribe of Seal people - sparking fury from Scots Gaelic campaigners.