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Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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crùb (past chrùb, future crùbaidh, verbal noun crùbadh, past participle crùbte)

  1. duck, squat, crouch
  2. stoop, bend
  3. contract, shrink, cringe
  4. crawl, creep


Tense \ Voice Active Passive
Present a' crùbadh --
Past chrùb chrùbadh
Future crùbaidh crùbar
Conditional chrùbadh crùbtadh