Focaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhearla or an Irish-English Dictionary

Focaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhearla or an Irish-English Dictionary

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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. 1768 edition. Excerpt: ...i, e, Bean tueic/zac/z or B-eazz-Sig/ze; a Fairy woman vulgarlsy supposed to Belong to 'particular ' amilies; BADHB', a scold, .a quarelsome ewoman. BAbAcH, warlike; BiicAm-Sc BAGAR, threatning. a mbagair, their. chi-eats." BAGAIRT, idem: pl. Bdgdrthniffl' gite', thteats. BXcH, a battle, & &dig/ze, thesame. i BA';H," a Kindnessyrespect. frsendship. BA'cu, a word; BXGHAQH-, fond, Kind, sympa-r thetic. BA'GHA1M, to promise; Bpscr-mLAcH, dangerous, baogz Iuzlac/z, the same, pronounced nearranac, vid. Bearti-z _ nach. scotice Bearn. BAR, a learned man. BAR, or harr, the head or top of any thing. hence harrin, rlectius bar: other reviling Rhimcs. of. ble. BmmZALTAcH, musical, harmo nious, from the melody ofnirds. Bmm 8: runnen:, CalFs runnet put into milk, to thicken which is 8: consolidate it for cheeses. BoLLoc; a shell, a skull, the top of the head. from Killaloe, near which was CEANN conAnn, the royal residencez ofthe great BRlAN BoIRBHE, which gave occasion to his having been called by that surmame. Bos, a hand. vid. BAS, i, e, the palm of the hand. wel. Bys, a finger. Bos, certain. BosXN, a purse or ouch. BOSARGAlN, applaulP. BOSBHUALADH, applause, aclapping of the hands. BoscAmorAnn, applause. BosGA' 1 RDIM, to applaud. BOSLUATH, applaute. BOSLUATH, nimble-handed, active, brisk, hence BOSLUACH 3 pick-pocket. Bosoc, a gentle blow, or flap with the open hand. BosrADH, a pillar or post. BosuXLLAns-L, to extol or applaud. id. gd. bosb/zzlalaim. BoT, non', fire. vid. Lhuyd.comparat. Etym. hence dditc, a corruption of Boite, burned. toitdan, a great burning, is another corrupt derivation from Bbit. _ BOTALLACH, furious, outragious, mad. Born, son-too 6: BOTHXN, a booth, cottage, hut, tent or Tabernacle. BOTHACH, a fen or bog....
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