"Tapadh leibh a sheanair!"
Translation:Thank you, grandfather!
Most of the common diminutives are quite similar to the English equivalent:
- Mum > Mam
- Mummy > Mamaidh
- Dad > Dad
- Daddy > Dadaidh
- Granny > Granaidh
The only other one I can think of would be 'Shen', pronounced the same way as the first syllable of seanair ('grandfather'). Otherwise you'd usually hear 'Grandad', 'Grandpa', 'Papa', 'Pappy'. For 'grandmother', other than Granaidh you'll mostly hear 'Grandma', 'Nana', and 'Nanny'.
I don't think I did, but then again it's always possible! I'd been doing it for a while so it's possible I had looked at so much Gaelic it was all starting to look the same :/ thanks for the help, the more I think about it the more I think I must have just missed something.