léine

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See also: Leine and lèine

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From Old Irish léine (compare Manx lheiney, Scottish Gaelic lèine).

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léine f (genitive singular léine, nominative plural léinte)

  1. shirt
  2. tunic

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Old Irish[edit]

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léine f

  1. (fabric) linen
  2. (clothing) tunic, smock

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