drùis

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish drús, later drúis (hot-blooded or amorous disposition; amorous desire, appetite; lust, concupiscence, incontinence), from drúth (wanton, unchaste).

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Noun[edit]

drùis f (genitive drùise, no plural)

  1. lechery, licentiousness, lust
  2. ooze, perspiration

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