leathar

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From Old Irish lethar, from Proto-Celtic *letrom (compare Welsh lledr).

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leathar m (genitive singular leathair, nominative plural leathair)

  1. leather; article, piece, of leather; strap; (plural) leather equipment, strapping
  2. hide, skin
  3. tawse

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