Lochlannach

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Lochlann +‎ -ach, Old Irish Lochlannach.

Noun[edit]

Lochlannach m (genitive Lochlannaigh, nominative plural Lochlannaigh)

  1. Scandinavian
  2. Viking

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Lochlannach

  1. Scandinavian
  2. Viking

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Old Irish[edit]

Noun[edit]

Lochlannach m

  1. Norseman

Adjective[edit]

Lochlannach

  1. Norse

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Lochlann +‎ -ach, Old Irish Lochlannach (Norse, Norseman).

Noun[edit]

Lochlannach m (genitive and plural Lochlannaich)

  1. Scandinavian
  2. (dated) Norwegian
  3. (historical) Viking

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Lochlannach

  1. Scandinavian
  2. (dated) Norwegian
  3. (historical) Viking

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