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ÉILEACHTAIR
{genitive} EILCICHTRN, and -TAIRN, {feminine}, electrura, a raixture of gold and silver. CILEACHTARDHA, {adjective} mado from electrum, CILEAGAR. See DROICH-CILEAGAR ÉILEAM, -LLMH, {plural} -LMHC, -LLGHTHE, {masculine} a plea, a cause, a claim, a charge, a debt, a bill. AN T-CH,, the bill of charges : demand;
regard;
act of pleading, claiming, charging, sueing;
act of making a friendly claim on, of looking up, enquiring after, having recourse to, or visiting in a friendly manner;
AN RAIBH CH, MÓR AR AN IM INDIU? was the butter in great demand to-day? ÉILEACHTAIR CHIGIN(T) AIGC ULRTHI, he has some special regard for her (with a view to matrimony) : ÉILEACHTAIR MÓR ACA AR A CHÉILE, they have a great regard for each other (of lovers). NÍ'L AON ÉILEACHTAIR AGAM AR AN BPÍP ACHT GU FÁNACH, I only rarely smoke;
AN-ÉILEACHTAIR AIGE AIR FÉIN. he fancies himself S good deal;
inclination;
NÍ'L AON Ó AIGE AR É DHÉANAMH, he is not at all inclined to do it;
M' ÉILEACHTAIR-SA, as much as I can contain (mayo);
THAIM AG ÉILEACHTAIR AN CHÍOSA ORT, I de, {Citation:The Gailic Maundeville} the rent of you;
ÉILEACHTAIR AN CHAPAILL, the horse-hire;
ÉILEACHTAIR AN TAIRBH, charge for the use of a bull;
ADHBHAR ÉILIMH, a cause of complaint. CILEATROM, -RUIM, {masculine} a hearse, a bier;
{confer} Lid. (f)eretrum. CHILEOG, -OIGE, -A, {feminine}, a young brood of chickens, {et cetera} See ÉILLÍN, ÉILGE. See CALG. CILG-INIS,{feminine}, Ireland.
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