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ÉIRNIS
CARLAM, -AIMH, {masculine} a patron, the founder of a church, the head of a community;
a noble person;
a prince, an earl;
ÁIRD-EIRNIS NA HCHIREANN, the Chief patron of Ireland (st, patrick);
{also, alias} ÉARLAM. CHARLAIN, {feminine}, control, deposit. CARLAMH, {adjective} nohle, august. CHARMAIDHEACHT, -A, {feminine}, horsemanship;
frolicking;
ÉARMAIGHEAS ({genitive} -SA), {idem} See ÉIRIM. CARMAISE, {genitive} {idem}, {masculine} set of attaining;
attainment. CARMAISIM, -MAISE, {transitive verb}, I attain;
CIALL T'OIBHRE NÍOR EARMAIS NEACH, no one has found any sense in your work ({Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} {Citation:O'Bruadar}). CARNÁIL, -ALA, {feminine}, a part, a share, a subdivision;
endowment;
a department as of a science, ete., class, kind, species;
any class of belongings;
GACH Aon TSAGHAS EARNÁLA RAIBH ACA, everything they had, all their, movables;
EIRNIS AISTE. a kind of metre;
CEITHRE EARNÁLA ÉAGSAMHLA TEINEADH, four different kinds of fire;
EIRNIS GACH FIADHA, every class of fauna;
EIRNIS ÁIRITHE, a particular kind. CHARNÁIL, -ALA, {feminine},.act of complaining, lamenting (EIRNIS {Regional:Uladh}). CHARNAIM, I escape. See TÉARNAIM (-.,.,,{South} CHARÓG, -ÓIGE, -A, {feminine}, a chicken, a pullet;
ÉIRÍN, {idem};
ÉIREOG ){Regional:Donegal}). CARÓG, {feminine}, harm, raatter for regret;
{confer} IARÓG. CARPAIM, -ADH, {transitive verb}, I lie, I state a falsehood ({Citation:O'Neachtan's MS Irish-English Dictionary});
{confer} EARP, a lie ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}}). CARS. -A, did. LORR, {masculine} a tail;
the end, a conclusion, boundary, skirt, spike S as {adjective} noble, grand;
Ó IORR LAE GO , from the end of one day to another;
EIRNIS A HAOISE, the close of her life;
Ó THUS GE he., froma beginning to end : {also, alias} IRR, CARRACH, -ALGH, -AIGHE, {masculine} spring;
the spring-time, the spring quarter of the year;
.{figuratively} youth;
SEACHT AN GHEIINRIDH IS TART AN EARRAIGH, the cold of winter and the thirst of spring;
EIRNIS began on LA SHÉILE BRIGHDE, february lst, and ended on the day Before BEALLTAINE, may lst. See EARRAIGH. CARRACH, {genitive} EARRAIGH and EIRRICH, {plural} EARRCHA, {masculine} a falcon, a sea-eaglc, a halcyon. CARRACHAMHAIL, -MHLA, {adjective} vernal;
stormy. CARRADH, -AIDH, {plural} -, and -AIDHE, {masculine} pro perty, goods, ware, furniture, articles, materials;
cargo : dress, armour, accoutrements, military suit;
DROCH-EIRNIS, a bad piece of goods;
SALANN IS IARANN DHÁ EIRNIS LIATHANN, salt and iron two articles that do not lose their freshness (saying);
of persons : IS OLC AN EIRNIS ÉIRNIS he is an evil person. See ARM;
{also, alias} IORR-, ARR-, URR-. CARRA-DHREAS, {feminine}, the dog-briar. CARRAID, -EIRNISf, contention, strife, enmity;
i N-EIRNIS LIOM, he is at enmity with me;
{also, alias} EARRAOID;
{confer} EARRÁID. CARRAID, -EIRNIS -EATHA, {feminine}, an error;
vice, lewdness;
wandering, roving;
a going astray, an aberration;
GURB É BÁS MO LEANNÁIN A THUG ME i N-EIRNIS, my love's death caused me to rove (AN TULTACH BEADAIDHE, {South} {Regional:Uladh} song). CARRÁIDEACH, -DIGHE, {adjective} given to error;
erroneous;
vicious;
erratic;
BHÍ SEAL AEREACH EIRNIS, I was frivolous and errant for a time (Mea, song);
{also, alias} EARRAOIDEACH. CARRAIDHEACHT, -A, {feminine}, use;
business, dealing;
profit;
BAINIM EIRNIS AS, I make use of, obtain advantage from;
BHAIN CÚIG SCILLINGE EARRAIDHEACHTA AS, he raade five shillings profit out of it ({Réilthíní Óir}). CARRAIGH, {genitive singular} of EARRAC, as {adjective} vernal, springtime;
BHRADÁN EIRNIS, a spring salmon;
MALDEAN EIRNIS, a spring morning;
SCCHAL EIRNIS, a false report, an idle rumour ({Regional:Donegal});
EARRAIGHE, EARRACHAMHAIL, {idem} CARRAIS, -EIRNIS {feminine}, a stern or poop;
al EARAS. CARRANNAS, -AIS, {masculine} a part, a particle. CARRAOIDEACH. See EARRAIDEATH. CARTHACH, -AIGHE, {adjective} refusing, indisposed to give. CAS-, eis-, {negative} prcf.
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