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See also: bath, Bath, baþ, bað, and Ba'th

Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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bàth (past bhàth, future bàthaidh, verbal noun bàthadh, past participle bàthte)

  1. (transitive) drown
  2. (transitive) drown out

Usage notes[edit]

  • Only used transitively:
    Bhàth e e fhèin.He drowned.
    (literally He drowned himself.)