scian

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See also: scían and ścian

Irish[edit]

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From Old Irish scían, from Proto-Celtic *skiyenā, from Proto-Indo-European *skei- (to cut)

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scian f (genitive singular scine, nominative plural sceana)

  1. knife; knife-edged instrument; cleaver, chopper
  2. edge, side

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