iùlmhor

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish iúlmar (knowledgeable, learned, wise, adj), from eól, iúl (knowledge (of a person or thing); acquaintance (with person or thing); experience (in), skill; especially lore, history); synchronically iùl (knowledge) +‎ -mhor.

Adjective[edit]

iùlmhor (genitive singular masculine iùlmhoir, genitive singular feminine iùlmhoire, nominative plural iùlmhora, comparative iùlmhoire)

  1. wise, learned, sagacious, sensible
  2. skilful
  3. polite

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