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EOCHAIR [Ox_R] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

EOCHAIR
-CHRACH, -CHRACHA,{feminine}, a key;
a spanner or screw-key;
a keystone, a cornerstone;
POLL EOCHRACH, key-hole, RÚIL AN GHLAIS, {idem};
EOCHAIR AN CHLUIG, the key of the clock;
THUG MUILEANN AN DROICHID 'S AN EOCHAIR DO TSIUISIIS- 'NA LÁIMH, which gave the Mill of the Bridge to Muiris and the key into his hand;
in {figuratively} sense, a key, explanation, opening;
EOCHAIR CONNLA TRÁBHADH, piety is the key to propriety;
EOCHAIR DOGHRAINNE DAIDHBRE, poverty is the key to misery;
TRÉ 'N A EOCHR(ACH)AIBH ÉIGSE. by his keys of poesy;
EOCHAIR NA FLATHA NEÁMHDHA, the key of the heavenly kingdom;
EOCHAIR SÚIN, the key to a secret, {also, alias} an accomplice, a confidant;
key or strategic position, a favoured spot.
EOCHAIR
-CHRACH, -CHRACHA, {feminine}, the spawn of a fish (LEADHBHAN, milt);
a female fish;
a sprout, a young plant;
{also, alias} IUCHAIR;
{diminutive} -CHRÓG, EOCHAIR, -CHRACH, -CHRACHA, {feminine}, a brim, brink, edge, border;
EOCHAIR MO LÁIMHE, the edge of my hand;
CUIR AN MÁLA AR A EOCHAIR, turn the bag (filled with flour, {et cetera}) on its side or verge;
EOCHAIR NA PUNNAINNE, the verge or side of a sheaf which is turned up to the thresher in due course;
EOCHAIR AN LOCHA, the edge of the lake;
EOCHAIR AIRGID, a silver border. COCHAIR-AOIBHINN, {adjective} pleasant bordered. COCHAIR-GHORM, {adjective} blue bordered;
-GHOIR MEACH ({idem}).
EOCHAIR
-IMEALL, {masculine} border, edge.
EOCHAIR
-SCIATH, {feminine}, a border or side shield, a buckler of defence.
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