sclábhaí

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish sclábuide, from scláb, from Medieval Latin sclāvus ‎(slave), from Late Latin Sclāvus ‎(Slav), from Byzantine Greek.

Noun[edit]

sclábhaí m ‎(genitive singular sclábhaí, nominative plural sclábhaithe)

  1. slave
  2. laborer, toiler
  3. hack, drudge
  4. mean, miserable person

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