Notes about Gaelic
The emphasis is almost always on the first syllable so if you are emphasizing any other syllable you are doing it incorrectly.
There are only 18 letters in the Gaelic alphabet – There are no J, k, q, v, w, x, y or z.
A is pronounced like the a in hat or cat
Ah is pronounced like the a in are, car or bar
E is pronounced eh in bet or let
U is uh as in shut or but, but really more like any vowel found in the middle of an English word.
Ae is pronounced like the a in ale, fail or bale.
Oe is pronounced like woe or owe
Aw as in paw
G is hard as in group or guppie
Tch as in itchy, scratch or chair
Ñ with a tilde is the same as in Spanish with a y, an ny sound union
Ch is always a hard sounding c but farther to the back of the throat
GH almost the same but slightly voiced
L, T, D & N almost the same as English but thicker.
For more complete pronunciation http://www.taic.me.uk/fuaimean.htm
English Gaelic Pronunciation
North a tuath uh too uh
South a deas uh jess
East an ear un yerr
West an iar un yee urr
Earth talamh tah luv
Air gaoth guu
Fire teine chee nyuh
Water uisge oos geh
Spirit spiorad speerid