facladair

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

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facal (word) +‎ -adair

Noun[edit]

facladair m (genitive facladair, plural facladairean)

  1. lexicographer
    • 1781, anon., 'Oran caisiomachd do dh'albainn, ann aghaidh an olla shasgunnaich' [Glasgow] Glas-gho : [s.n.], 5.
      O mosgladh Mic a Ghāedheil, a's nochdadh mic gu lāetheil, Do'n Fhocalair ro Strāiceil, Nach fuigheal fochaid dh'ā Sinn.
      Let us awake Highlanders, and let us show daily, to the haughty Lexicographer, we will not be his ridicule.
  2. (computing) word processor

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