About Scots Gaelic Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Scottish Gaelic is popularly known as Scots Gaelic and Gaelic. It belongs to the Celtic brand of the Indo-European language family. This language is extracted out of both Irish and Manx. However, it has become a distinct spoken language since the 13th century in the Middle Irish period. The total number of native speakers includes 57,000 people. There are different dialects of this language but most of them have been defunct since the 18th century. If we talk about the modern Scottish Gaelic it is dominated by various dialects of Outer Hebrides and Isle of Skye. There are other native speakers from Western Highland areas including Wester Ross, northwest Sutherland, Lochaber, and Argyll. The Lochaber dialect is also a popular one.
About Croatian Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Croatian is the standard version of the Serbo-Croatian pluricentric language. It is used by Croats especially in Croatia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. It is also widely spoken in the Serbian province of Vojvodina and other neighboring countries. Croatian is the official language of the European Union. The standard Croatian language is based on the dialect of Serbo- Croatian and Shtokavian. Apart from the Shtokavian dialect, there are other two major dialects spoken in the territory of Croatia, Chakavian, and Kajkavian. All the native speakers are covered under the term ‘’Serbo-Croatian in English. This term is considered controversial for some native speakers. However, some people use it in diplomatic circles. The Croatian language is characterized by Ijekavian pronunciation. There are a lot of Latin alphabets used in it that make it different from Serbian.