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gràdh

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Life's greatest happiness is to be convinced we are loved.
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Scottish Gaelic

Etymology

Irish grá, Early Irish grád: *grâdo-, *grâ-dho-, root @grâ; Latin gratus, English grateful; Sanskrit gûrdháya (praise); Greek γέρας (honour).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: g̊raːɣ

Noun

gràdh m.

  1. love, of a general nature. Less intimate than gaol.
    "An mi toilichte? 'S mise, a ghràidh...!" ("Am I happy? I am, my love...!")

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