adj.— «The Gaelic language has at least half a dozen words to describe homosexuals, varying from merely impolite to obscene. Such is the lack of a non-judgmental term for gay people that the BBC’s Gaelic radio service was recently forced to invent a word: “Geidh.”» —“Western Isles takes moral stand against ‘geidh’ couple ceremonies” by Eddie Barnes Scotland on Sunday (Glasgow, Scotland) Dec.18, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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