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Scottish GaelicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish súg. From Proto-Celtic *sūgos. From Latin sūcus

NounEdit

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

  1. essence, juice, sap, moisture
    sùgh nan ubhal‎ ― the juice of the apples
  2. sauce, broth, stock juice of meat
    sùgh am poit‎ ― broth 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
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