fonnmhor

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

fonn (delight, pleasure; desire, longing, carnal inclination, excitation; frame of mind, temper, humour; air, tune, music) +‎ -mhor

Adjective[edit]

fonnmhor (genitive singular masculine fonnmhoir, genitive singular feminine fonnmhoire, nominative plural fonnmhora, comparative fonnmhoire)

  1. tuneful, melodious, musical
  2. willing, inclined
  3. desirous
  4. forward
  5. merry, gleesome, cheerful
  6. meek, dispassionate

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