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EtymologyEdit

From slacht (finish, polish; good appearance, neatness, tidiness) +‎ -mhar.

AdjectiveEdit

slachtmhar (genitive singular masculine slachtmhair, genitive singular feminine slachtmhaire, plural slachtmhara, comparative slachtmhaire)

  1. clean-cut, dashing, elegant, finished, graceful, neat, polished, shipshape, sleek (of appearance), slick, smart, snappy (of object), spruce, tidy, tight-knit (of plan), well-kept
  2. attractive, bonny, comely, dishy, dreamy, fine, fine-looking, good-looking, goodly, handsome, hot, nice-looking, pert (of a part of the body), presentable, slinky (of person, movement),
    Synonym: gnaíúil

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MutationEdit

Irish mutation
Radical Lenition Eclipsis
slachtmhar shlachtmhar
after an, tslachtmhar
not applicable
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.