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CÁIN [kAN] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

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-ÁNA and CÁNACH, {plural} -EACHA, {feminine}, a law, a rule;
a fine, punishment, penalty;
MAR CHÁIN AN PHEACAIDH, as a penalty for sin ({Citation:Donlevy's Irish Catechism} );
AN CHÁIN SHAOGHALTA, temporal punishment;
AN CHÁIN FHÍORRUIDHE, eternal punishment;
CÁIN PÁDRAIG, GAN CHLÉIRIGH DO MHARBHADH, patrick's law forbidding the slaying of clerics;
tribute, rent, income derived from an impost;
CÁIN AN LUICHT, tonnage duty.
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{feminine}, blame, fault;
GAN CHÁIN, flawless (Wallace);
{confer} GAN CHÁIM (Munst.);
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-CHEANNACH, {masculine}, a fine, a tax.
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-ÁNA and CÁNACH, {plural} -EACHA, {feminine}, a law, a rule;
a fine, punishment, penalty;
MAR CHÁIN AN PHEACAIDH, as a penalty for sin ({Citation:Donlevy's Irish Catechism} );
AN CHÁIN SHAOGHALTA, temporal punishment;
AN CHÁIN FHÍORRUIDHE, eternal punishment;
CÁIN PÁDRAIG, GAN CHLÉIRIGH DO MHARBHADH, patrick's law forbidding the slaying of clerics;
tribute, rent, income derived from an impost;
CÁIN AN LUICHT, tonnage duty.
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{feminine}, blame, fault;
GAN CHÁIN, flawless (Wallace);
{confer} GAN CHÁIM (Munst.);
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