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Scottish GaelicEdit


eagal m (genitive eagail, plural eagalan)

  1. fear, fright, horror

Usage notesEdit

  • Used with the preposition ro for English of:
    bha eagal air na searbhantan òga roimhe - the young servants were afraid of him (literally "there was fear on the servants young before him")