sliochd

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish slicht (mark, trail, offspring).

Noun[edit]

sliochd m (genitive singular sliochda, plural sliochdan)

  1. seed, offspring, progeny, descendants, posterity
    sliochd Dhiarmaidthe offspring of Dermid
    (the Campbells)
  2. tribe, clan
  3. troop
  4. track, print, rut
    sliochd nan rothanthe track of the wheels
    sliochd a mheurthe print of his fingers
  5. multitude

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