loght

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish locht (fault, blemish).

Noun[edit]

loght m

  1. crime
  2. guilt
    • gyn loght, innocent, blameless
  3. trespass
  4. fault
    • Beg y yannoo jeh loght. Smooth over a fault.
  5. vice
    • T'eh currit da'n loght shen. He is addicted to that vice.
  6. shortcoming
  7. transgression

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