Gnuath – sullen or bad-tempered.
word of the day: "gnuath" – sullen or bad-tempered; said of both weather & people (Gaelic, esp. Outer Hebrides). Cf "etrie", meaning 'bitter' & 'ill-humoured', again of weather & people (from Old Norse eitr, 'poison').
What other words speak of both weather & temperament? pic.twitter.com/oNNS2T2uV1
— Robert Macfarlane (@RobGMacfarlane) October 15, 2018
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