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FEAST [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

FEAST
-A, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} virtue, power, force, strength, efficacy, desert, merit, expedient;
heed;
a miracle, a prodigy;
A DLA GO BHFUIL NA FEARTA AGAT. or A DIA NA BHFEAST, O God of power;
PHÁDRAIG NA BHFI, st, patrick;
A DHRÓ LANN NA BHFEAST, an exclamation in common use;
CUIR FEAST AIR, do not heed it ({Citation:Antrim -- mostly word list by Aoidhmhín Mac Gréagóir}).
FEAST
of the, assumption ( {Regional:Leighin.} oth August);
{Regional:Leighin.} {South} {Regional:Mumhan} NA GCOINNEAL ('SAN TEAMPALL), the Feast of the presentation (2nd {Regional:Leighin.} february);
BEIDH DOMHNACH CÁRCA AR FHCHILE {Regional:Mumhan} I.aster sunday will fall on the 25th March (towards the End of the world;
{feminine} oik prophecy);
DIA LINN ISM., may God and mary aid us;
DAR {Regional:Mumhan} by Our lady;
{also, alias} MOIRE or MAIRE (early). See under DIA and MÁIRE.
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