seagh

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

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seagh m (genitive singular seagha, plural seaghan)

  1. meaning, point, sense, purport, import
    Cha do chleachd e am facal san t-seagh seo.He didn't use the word in this sense.
    Tha iad ceart, ann an seagh.They are right, in a sense / way.
  2. discourse, dialogue
  3. sense, understanding
  4. cause, reason, purpose
  5. esteem, value, respect
  6. crop (of a bird)

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