leatrom

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Irish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From leath-(lopsided, tilted) +‎ trom(weight, burden).

Noun[edit]

leatrom m (genitive singular leatroim)

  1. uneven weight, uneven balance
  2. unevenness, inequality; oppression, affliction
  3. (bowls) bias

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Derived terms[edit]

  • leatromach(heavier on one side, unevenly balanced, lopsided; one-sided, partial; oppressive; oppressed; distressed, afflicted; unevenly spread, scattered; heavy (with child), pregnant, adjective)
  • leatrom suain m(uneven, uneasy, sleep)
  • faoi leatrom(distressed, afflicted, adjective)

Adjective[edit]

leatrom (genitive singular masculine leatroim, genitive singular feminine leatroime, plural leatroma, comparative leatroime)

  1. Alternative form of leatromach

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Noun[edit]

leatrom m (genitive singular leatruime, plural leatroman)

  1. pregnancy
  2. counterweight

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