ciaran1212 wrote:glic does mean 'intelligent', 'clever', 'shrewd' or 'devious'. 'Cute' is what we say in Hiberno-English for 'crafty' or 'devious', so that's probably where you go 'cute' from. 'Cute' in the conventional sense is 'gleoite' as Gaeilge.
That is quite possible, because on the Irish->English side of my dictionary it has "cleaver; shrewd; cunning" as the definition of glic.
It also does have "neat, pretty; charming" for gleoite. My mistake for not double-checking.
gill (of a fish)