cumhachdach

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish cumachtach (powerful, mighty; invested with (magical) powers; mighty one, ruler; wizard); synchronically, cumhachd +‎ -ach.

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cumhachdach (genitive singular masculine cumhachdaich, comparative cumhachdaiche)

  1. powerful, mighty
  2. influential

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Noun[edit]

cumhachdach m (genitive singular cumhachdaich, plural cumhachdaich)

  1. mighty, powerful person
  2. potentate

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