measgaich

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Irish mescaid (mixes; dips, plunges; bewilders, confuses, throws into disorder, confounds) or mescaigid (intoxicates; confuses, bewilders, confounds), from Old Irish mesc(c) (drunk, intoxicated; intoxicating; mixed, confused, muddled).

Verb[edit]

measgaich (past mheasgaich, future measgaichidh, verbal noun measgachadh, past participle measgaichte)

  1. mix, mingle
  2. combine

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