úachtar

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Old Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *euəg ‎(rise, increase) (compare Ancient Greek ὑψηλός ‎(hupsēlós, high), αὐξω ‎(auksō, increase); Latin augeo ‎(increase), vigeo ‎(be strong)).

Noun[edit]

úachtar n, m

  1. surface, top
  2. cream

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