lúbach

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lúbach f (genitive singular lúbaí, nominative plural lúbacha)

  1. (fishing) landing net
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Etymology 2[edit]

From lúb (bend, loop, twist) +‎ -ach (adjectival suffix).

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lúbach (genitive singular masculine lúbaigh, genitive singular feminine lúbaí, plural lúbacha, comparative lúbaí)

  1. looped, coiled
  2. twisting, winding, meandering, sinuous
  3. pliable, supple
  4. crafty, tricky, deceitful
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