flaucht

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Scots[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [flɑːxt], [flɔːxt], [flaːxt]

Noun[edit]

flaucht (plural flauchts)

  1. a flying or flight
  2. a flock of birds
  3. a fluttering or flapping
  4. a bustle, great hurry

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Verb[edit]

flaucht ‎(third-person singular present flauchts, present participle flauchtin, past flauchtt, past participle flauchtt)

  1. to shake, tremble, vibrate

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Adverb[edit]

flaucht (comparative mair flaucht, superlative maist flaucht)

  1. spread-eagle

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Verb[edit]

flaucht ‎(third-person singular present flauchts, present participle flauchtin, past flauchtt, past participle flauchtt)

  1. to weave, intertwine, link with

Noun[edit]

flaucht (plural flauchts)

  1. lock or tuft of hair or wool
  2. pared turf
  3. burst of flame
  4. (weather) flake of snow
  5. (weather) flash of lightning
  6. (weather) sudden gust of wind

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