gulsach

noun gul·sach \ˈgəls(h)ə(ḵ)\

Definition of gulsach

plural

-s

now Scottish

  1. :  jaundice

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Origin and Etymology of gulsach

Middle English gowel sowght (partial translation of Old Norse gulusōtt), from gowel yellow (from Old Norse gulr) + sowght, sought sickness, from Old English suht; akin to Old High German suht sickness, Old Norse sōtt, Gothic sauhts sickness, siuks ill — more at yellow, sick


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