Archiv Fur Celtische Lexikographie Volume 2

Archiv Fur Celtische Lexikographie Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...'every noble privilege'. ndr A. nasal, supra no. 1283, and H. 3.18, p. 637 a. ndr.i. maith, O'Cl., gen. sg. neut ri nime nair 'king of holy heaven', SE. From nagro-, cognate with Gr. vqpv). 1291. Nae no nei.i. ben, ut est each con& ne.i. cona mnaoi. nae or nei, i. e. wife, ut est 'every one with his ni i. e. with his wife. Seems cognate with the obscure noe, nae or nai 'duine', Corm., O'Cl. Lec Voc. 463, Laws V. 14,15. 1292. Nasadh.i. gnathugwcZ, ut est nasad Beoan Mell&n 3) Fel. Oct. 26.i. no sasadh, ut est sceo nemnosad nasad, i. e. practice, ut est 'the wont of Beoan (and) Mellan', i. e. or sasad, ut est 'and unsatisfying'. The former gloss is the same as the gloss in LB. (Fel. p. cliii), but according to the note (Fel. p. clix) Nasad is the proper name of a British saint. The second gloss (sceo neim.n. F) is obscure and obviously corrupt. 1293. Nocht.i. taitnemach4), ut est fornochtaim i5) nosbrcaib.i. is firthaitnemach9) so i mbrethemnas7) na n-os n-allew'cZ. nocht, i. e. bright, ut est 'in judgments about deer I strip off (obscurities)', i.e. he is truly bright in judgment concerning the wild deer. nocht literally 'naked', fornochtaim a denominative of fornocht 'quite bare', Dinds. no. 27. 1294. Ness8).i. crecht, ut est cidit ) ile fuile ro hordaighes nes inni, ato isin creditTM). ness, i.e. a wound, ut est 'though bloodsheds are many, the nes has been arranged', i.e. that which is in the wound has been settled. See Comae's Glossary s. v. ness, where the quotation is given in Codex A (LB.) as ciadat ile a fuile ro hainmniged ness, and in Codex B (YBL.) as cidhat Hi fuili ro hairdiged ness, i.e. according to 0'Donovan (Corm. Tr. 124, note d) 'in the eric for a man's body, a dirib chuirp duine though many are his wounds, the...
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