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graith

transitive verb \ ˈgrāth , ˈgreth \

Definition of graith

-ed/-ing/-s
1 chiefly Scottish :to make ready and put in order
2 chiefly Scottish :furnish, array

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Origin and Etymology of graith

Middle English greithen, graithen, from Old Norse greitha, from greithr ready, prepared


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graith

noun \ " \

Definition of graith

plural -s
1 chiefly Scottish :equipment or apparel :accouterments for work, traveling, or war :gear

Origin and Etymology of graith

Middle English, readiness, equipment, from Old Norse greithi, from greithr ready, prepared


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