smùid

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

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Noun[edit]

smùid f (genitive smùide, plural smùidean)

  1. smoke, fume, steam
  2. blow, attack
  3. drunkenness
    Bha smùid air. ― He was drunk.

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Verb[edit]

smùid (past smùid, future smùididh, verbal noun smùideadh, past participle smùidte)

  1. smoke (of a chimney, etc.)
  2. smash