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DAR [dAr] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

DAR
{preposition} by, in asseveration;
DAR mo
DAR
defect, {verb}, in phrases like DAR LIOM, LEAT, LEIS, {et cetera}, it seems to me, raethinks, in my opinion, I think, you would imagine that, {et cetera};
in modern ir, sometimes used with {relative} go, NACH, DAR LIOM GO BHFACA, I thought I saw, but {generally} direct;
CHONNAC, DAR LIOM, {idem};
DAR LIOM BHEIDH AN GO MAITH, I think the day will be fine;
sometimes in purely parenthetical usage;
AGNS. DAR Leo FÉIN, CLALL ACA, and they having sense, in their own estimation. D'AS. in {phrase} D'AR N-A BHÁRACH, on the morrow: --- DIA AR.
DAR
development of IAR, after, according, in {phrase} DAR NDÓIGH. See DÓIG.
DAR
DÁR, {verbal} partic., with past tense si)() (or de), {relative} A and re), to (or of) which (or whom). whereof, whose DÁR IMTHIGH LIOM, of all who went with me;
{also, alias} when, where;
LA DÁR SHILEAS, one day when I thought;
{also, alias} to whom or which is;
DO'N MHNAOI DAR BHÉNUS, to the woman called Senus;
DARB'.
DAR
-UBHALL, {masculine} a nut-gall, an OAK-APPLE, DÁR, -ÁIS, {plural} {idem} and -ANNA, {masculine} a dais, a desk.
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