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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

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corraich f (genitive singular corraiche, no plural)

  1. ire, rage, wrath, fury

Etymology 2[edit]


corraich (past chorraich, future corraichidh, verbal noun corrachadh, past participle corraichte)

  1. Alternative form of caraich