teacsa

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Irish técs, técsa ‎(text; version; verse, citation), from English [Term?] or a Romance language, ultimately from Latin textus, perfect passive participle of texō ‎(I weave).

Noun[edit]

teacsa m ‎(genitive singular teacsa, plural teacsaichean)

  1. text

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