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- n. Plural form of senachy.
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The bards were the _senachies_ or historians of the clans, and were recognized as a very important factor in society.
Soon after I was told by a gentleman, who is generally acknowledged the greatest master of Hebridian antiquities, that there had, indeed, once been both bards and senachies; and that senachi signified the man of talk, or of conversation; but that neither bard nor senachi had existed for some centuries. '