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shan·a·chie

 (shăn′ə-kē) also sen·na·chie (sĕn′-)
n. Chiefly Scots
A skilled teller of tales or legends, especially Gaelic ones.

[Scots Gaelic seanachaidh, from Old Irish senchaid, variant of senchae, historian, from sen, old; see sen- in Indo-European roots.]
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shanachie

(ˈʃænəˌxiː)
n
another name for seannachie
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