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See also: leon, Leon, león, León, and Léon

Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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leòn m (genitive singular leòin, plural leòntan)

  1. bruise
  2. cut, wound
  3. injury
  4. scar


leòn (past leòn, future leònaidh, verbal noun leònadh, past participle leònta)

  1. maim, injure
  2. strain, sprain
  3. wound