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See also: dion, Dion, and díon

Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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dìon m (genitive singular dìona, plural dìonan)

  1. protection, shelter

Derived terms[edit]


dìon (past dhìon, fut dìonaidh, verbal noun dìon or dìonadh, past participle dìonte)

  1. protect, shelter