An Irish-English Dictionary; Being a Thesaurus of Words, Phrases and Idioms of the Modern Irish Language, with Explanations in English

An Irish-English Dictionary; Being a Thesaurus of Words, Phrases and Idioms of the Modern Irish Language, with Explanations in English

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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: ...repaired; manured, dressed; cured, preserved (as fish, fruit, meat, etc.). teAfuijceoifi, -ojia, -oifi'oe, To., a repairer, improver, dresser, preserver, manurer; a tanner. leAc, prep, pr., 3rd sing., with thee, by thee (also ji 10c); emph., LeAC-fA. teAC, g. teice, pi.-athia and teiieAnnA, /., a half; a side, a moiety, UomcA, coming with great swiftness (Om.). ti'oriicAcc, -a, /., polish, refinement, excellence (of speeoh, language, etc.). Uon, g. tin, pi. IfoncA, m, a net, a gin; lion Cia-oais, a bird-net (oV.). Uon, jr. tin, pi. id., m., a number, quantity, a supply, a part; the full number; all; a rate; Uon pice ceAT peAti, the number of twenty hundred men j Uon cije, a household, a family living in one house. Uon, -a, -ca, m., a line, a fishing line Tory). tion, gr. tin, m., flax; linen. U'onAc, the blood and water corruption that issues from a sore or wound after the bjiacA (Aran). UonAti, -ncA, id., ., act of filling or swelling; a filling, fulness; replenishing; a swelling in the stomach. UonAil. See UneAil. UonAim, -vo, v. tr. and intr., I fill j I become filled; satiate. Uonin, -Am, m., small flax; also linen clothes (P. ffC). UonAn, -Am, m., seaweed; floating seaweed, seaweed driven ashore by the flood-tide (Ker.). UonbAn, -Ain, m., a tract of uncultivated land; also name of a village in Mayo. Uon coire, m., a fetter, a spancel. UoniiiAitie, g. id., /., plenty, an abundance. UonriiAineA6c, -A, /., abundance, fulness, plenteousness. UonmAti, -riiAine, a., numerous, abundant, plentiful, copious, full, populous, number, extent. tionn, g. leanna, m., the phlegm, bile, choler. ttonn, g. LeAnnA, pi. teAnncA, m., ale, string beer. See learni. Uon n& mb.Mi fi'oe, M., fairy flax, purging Hax. UonnTJuo, --ouib, pi. id., m., bile, ...show more

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  • 1236920864
  • 9781236920867