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EOGHANACHT
-A, {plural} {idem}, {feminine}, one of the divisions of land supposed to have been made among the sons of Foghan Mor, King of Munster;
the descendants of ISOGHAN Mor;
in {plural} Munster;
i FIODH-BROGAIBH NA IIE., in the fairy palaces of Munster...-IOIN, {genitive} {idem}, {masculine} John;
{Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} BAISTE, John the Baptist;
{Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} SOISCÉALAIDHE, John the isvangelist;
ÉI BRUINNE, Sohn the beloved disciple;
{Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} CRUIMHTHEAR, prester John. See TÚIRT..t-.ol, {genitive} IUIL, {dative} IÚL, {masculine} knowledge, capacity, discernment;
IS eel DAM, I know;
AN EOGHANACHT DUIT AOINNE, {et cetera}? do you know any one, {et cetera}? HE. DAM, {et cetera}, I do not know, {et cetera};
IS MAITH is EOGHANACHT É DHCHANAMH, well he knows how to do it;
MAR IF EOGHANACHT DAM, as best I know bow to;
AR M' EOGHANACHT, to my knowledge. See {also, alias} under IÚL.
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