beul-binn

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From beul, "mouth", and binn, "melodious".

Noun[edit]

beul-binn m (genitive beòil-binne, plural beòil-binne)

  1. A nightingale.

See also[edit]

Also see spideag, seiniolach, and smiolach