scuab

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Irish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish scúap, from Latin scōpa.

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Noun[edit]

scuab f ‎(genitive singular scuaibe, nominative plural scuaba)

  1. brush
  2. broom

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Verb[edit]

scuab ‎(present analytic scuabann, future analytic scuabfaidh, verbal noun scuabadh, past participle scuabtha)

  1. to sweep
  2. to waft

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