dlighe

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish dliged ‎(guiding principle, law, theory; principle, rule, norm; dictum, authoritative statement; reason, argument; reckoning, computation; nature, condition, kind, manner).

Noun[edit]

dlighe f ‎(genitive singular dlighe, plural dlighean)

  1. law, ordinance
  2. duty
  3. due, title, right
  4. tribute, custom
  5. perquisite
  6. property

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