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 Dhiarmaid ― the offspring of Dermid (the Campbells)
  2. tribe, clan
  3. troop
  4. track, print, rut
    • sliochd nan rothan ― the track of the wheels
    • sliochd a mheur ― the print of his fingers
  5. multitude

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