draoidh

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish druï, druí ‎(druid; magician, wizard, diviner), from Proto-Celtic *dru-wid- ‎(tree-knower), from Proto-Indo-European *dóru ‎(tree) + *weyd- ‎(to know).

Noun[edit]

draoidh m ‎(genitive singular draoidh, plural draoidhean)

  1. (dated or historical) druid
  2. sorcerer, wizard, magician
  3. wizard (computing program)

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