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Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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falbh (past dh'fhalbh, future falbhaidh, verbal noun falbh, past participle falbhte)

  1. leave, depart, go away

Usage notes[edit]

  • Only used intransitively. In transitive clauses fàg is used:
    Feumaidh mi falbh a-nis.I must go/leave now.
    Am fàg sinn an dùthaich?Shall we leave the country?


falbh m

  1. verbal noun of falbh