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Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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èideadh m (genitive singular èididh, plural èididhean)

  1. dress, garb, uniform

Usage notes[edit]

  • Can be used as a verbal noun:
    Tha iad air an èideadh ann am breacan.They are dressed in tartan.


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