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Scottish GaelicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish súg, from Proto-Celtic *sūgos. Cognate with Latin sūcus.

NounEdit

sùgh m (genitive singular sùigh or sùgha, plural sùghan)

  1. essence, juice, sap, moisture
    sùgh nan ubhalthe juice of the apples
  2. sauce, broth, stock juice of meat
    sùgh am poitbroth in the pot

Derived termsEdit

VerbEdit

sùgh (past shùgh, future sùghaidh, verbal noun sùghadh, past participle sùghte)

  1. absorb, suck, soak, lap

ConjugationEdit

Tense \ Voice Active Passive
Present a' sùghadh --
Past shùgh shùghadh
Future sùghaidh sùghar
Conditional shùghadh shùghteadh