A Galic and English Dictionary; Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, Volume 1-2

A Galic and English Dictionary; Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1780 edition. Excerpt: ...reproachsul-ness. Spideog. A nightingale, Philomela. Spidshuileach. Purblind. Spigcam. To mock, siwA Spile. A wedge. Spinan, sprionan. A gooseberry-bush. Spiochog. A purse or bag. Spiochan. A wheezing in the throat. Spiod. An affront, reproach. Spiodam. To reproach. Spionadh. Motion, action. Spionadach. A little stirring. Spionadh. Pulling, plucking. Spionam. To pluck, pull, spoil. Spionnadh. Strength, force. Spiontag. Currants. Spiorad. A spirit. Spioradalta. Spiritual. Spiorthacha. PI. of Speir, a ham, hough. Spios. PI. of Spiosra, spice. Spiothog. A small stone, such as one casts at an object. Spiothoirc. A spy, scout. Spiothoireachd. Spying. Spiris. A sort of hammock. Spirlin. Chance. Spirsog. A sparrow-hawk. Spiulgan. Picking. Spiullam. To pick or shell, to decorticate. Spiunadh. Strength. Spiunaim. To stir up, examine. Splanc. 7 A sparkle, blaze, flash of Splancradh. sire. Splancam. To sparkle, blaze, flash. Splancadan. Snot. Splcadh. j Flattery, dependance, boast Spleadhachas. ing, vain-glory, exploits. Spleadhach. Flattering, sabulous, ver-bose. Spliuchan. A bladder, purse, tobacco-pouch. Spocham. To rob. Spochaim. To provoke, affront. Spoach. Vide Spagacb. Spodhla. ) A joint of' meat, a /rag-Spolla. ) ment. Spol. A weaver's shuttle. Spoldaicfc, Spoldaich. Slain bodies. Spolla lapigh. A loin of veal. Sponc. Tinder, spunge. Sponog. A spoon. Spor. A spur, a gun-slint, a talon. Sporach. Having spurs or claws. Sporam. To spur, stir on. Spors. Sport, derision. Sporsal. Sportsul. Sporsalachd. Sportsulness. Spotham. To geld, castrate. Spothadair. A gelder. Spracadh. 1 Strength, vigour, exertion, Spraic. J sprightliness. Spraical. Strong, active. Spraicalachd Activity, exertion. Spraid. A blast, puff. Spre. A sparkle, flash of sire. Spre.?Cattle, ..show more

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  • Paperback | 334 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 18mm | 599g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236537874
  • 9781236537874