cogais

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish cocubus (conscience), from com- (mutual, equal) + cubus (conscience) (confused with cobais, from Latin cōnfessiō, hence the modern form), from com- (mutual, equal) + fis (knowledge).

Noun[edit]

cogais f (genitive cogaise, plural cogaisean)

  1. conscience