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peall

Scottish GaelicEdit

EtymologyEdit

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

peall m (genitive pill, plural peallan or pillean)

  1. hairy skin, hide
  2. couch, pallet
  3. veil, covering, coverlet
  4. bunch of matted hair
  5. mat
  6. horse
  7. (Lewis) tarpaulin

VerbEdit

peall (past pheall, future peallaidh, verbal noun pealladh, past participle peallte)

  1. cover
  2. pull asunder, pluck, tear in pieces
  3. clot, mat (as wool)
  4. tease