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Scottish Gaelic[edit]


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sgrìob f (genitive singular sgrìoba, plural sgrìoban)[1][2]

  1. scratch, scrape
  2. trip, stroll, journey
  3. (orthography) dash
  4. furrow

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sgrìob (past sgrìob, future sgrìobaidh, verbal noun sgrìobadh, past participle sgrìobte)

  1. scrape, scratch, grate


  1. ^ Dwelly, Edward (1911), Faclair Gàidhlig gu Beurla le Dealbhan/Dwelly's Illustrated Gaelic to English Dictionary 1988, Glaschu: Gairn Publications, →ISBN, →ISBN Invalid ISBN, pg. 832
  2. ^ Bauer, Mìchael. sgrìob in "Am Faclair Beag" (gen. on Dwelly side, only)