It's a language that's native to Scotland and now Gaelic is being added to Google Translate.

The Celtic language is one of 13 new ones being introduced on Google Translate. Others include Amharic, Corsican, Hawaiian, Samoan and Pashto.

Google said the new additions will help another 120 million people communicate with the rest of the world online.

It was launched in 2006 and intially provided translations between English and Arabic, Chinese and Russian.

The addition of the new languages was announced on the Google Translate blog. Google said that a language must be written but also have a significant amount of translations online to be included on the service.