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IrishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From luain (movement; vigorous exertion, hard work) +‎ -acht (abstract nominal suffix).

NounEdit

luaineacht f (genitive singular luaineachta)

  1. mobility, nimbleness; restlessness; changeableness, vacillation, inconstancy, fluctuation
  2. (chemistry) volatility

DeclensionEdit

Related termsEdit

  • luaineach (fast-moving, nimble; restless, unsteady; changeable, vacillating, inconstant; volatile, adjective)
  • luaineadóir m (restless person; wanderer)
  • luainigh (move quickly, nimbly; move unsteadily, vary, change; hunt; precess, verb)
  • luainíocht f (precession)

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