gnothach

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See also: gnóthach

Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Compare Old Irish gnó m (business, matter, concern).

Noun[edit]

gnothach m (genitive singular gnothaich, plural gnothaichean)

  1. affair, business, concern, matter
  2. circumstance
  3. errand, enterprise, message
  4. (commerce) business, transaction

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