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See also: fag, fág, and -fag

Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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fàg (past dh'fhàg, future fàgaidh, verbal noun fàgail, past participle fàgte)

  1. leave, quit, abandon, desert
  2. leave, make, cause
    Dh'fhàg an t-òran brònach mi.The song made/left me sad.