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FH
Ann, be did not mince his Words;
DUBHAIRT {le?} m' FHIACLA TH. he said it to may very face;
BINN DIARMADA NA FIACAILE GRÁNIIA, Dermot's cliff of the dangerous edge (song);
in placenames: AN PS., feakle;
{South} CRI.IAICHE, one of the magillacuddy reeks;
sometimes in.;
{also, alias} FIACAIL, FIATAL-CHORRÁN, in., a catch or hook, as in plate-mail, the corresponding loop being called RTUAGH-LÚB ({Citation:Cath Catharda}). PLACHÁN, -ÁIN, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a young raven. )SIACHANTA {indeclinable} {adjective} of a niggardly spirit. PLACHLATH. -AIGHE, {adjective} toothed;
having great or many teeth or tusks;
snappish;
tooth-like;
{substantive masculine}, an animal with remarkable teeth;
FH COILLEADH, a boar (the tusked beast of the woods). PLACLÓIS. -ÓRA, -rí, {masculine} the man who works on the verge of a turf bank in turf-cutting ({Citation:Seán Mac Murchadha Caomhánach});
a dentist (ree.).
FH
DUIT, I pledge you my hand and word, I solemnly promise you;
CHUAIDH THAR A FHH, ho broke his word;
NI SEAR SH. É, he is not a man to keep his word;
,{Regional:Leighin.} AIGE ACHT FOCAIL (BHEAGA) BÉARLA, he has not much English;
D' FHOCLAIBH GEARRA, in a tew Words;
AR AON FH {le?} in agreement with, agreed;
BHÍODAR Ó FH GO FH GUR. -lc., they were bandying angry words till, {et cetera};
R. AR FHH, word by word, in detail;
AN NDUBHAIRT AON NÍDH? FHH did he say anything? not a word;
dims, soCAILi'N, FOCLÁN, FOICLÍN.
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