slaod

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perhaps a borrowing from Old Norse slóða (to drag, trail), from Old Norse slóð (a track, trail), from Proto-Germanic *slōdō. Compare Dutch slodderen, German schlottern.

Verb[edit]

slaod (past shlaod, future slaodaidh, verbal noun slaodadh, past participle slaodte)

  1. drag, draw, haul, lug, pull, tow, trail, yank

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