fhasa

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From archaic asa, from Old Irish assu. The initial f- of Scottish Gaelic comes from a misinterpretation of asa as fhasa in lenition environments. Compare Irish fusa

Adjective[edit]

fhasa

  1. comparative form of furasta
    A bheil sin nas fhasa? - Is it easier?
    (Is e) seo an dòigh as fhasa. - This is the easiest way.
    Cha robh e na b' fhasa idir. - It wasn't easier at all.