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of deer, DAIMH-FH,, {idem};
COIN-SHI, a fine stag;
GIRRFH., a hare;
FIADHNA NA CARRAIGE (NA CLOICHE), crickets ({Regional:Uladh} and {Citation:Comeragh word list by Fr. McGrath of Ring and Riobard Ueldon}).
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frost;
D'FHIASRUIGH AN FEIRMEOIR BHUACHAILL AR MAIDIN CIONNAR BHÍ AN OIDHCHE AGUS DUBHAIRT AN BHUACHAILL FHREAGRA : BHÍ AN GHAOTH ADTUAIDH GO SIÚGHRANTA, {le?} H-AGHAIDH NA H-OIDHCHE GAILBHEÁNTA, CEANN SCOILB AG SCOICH-R, {le?} SLICH-R, NA H-OIDHCHE AG AITH-R,, a farmer asked his boy what kind the preceding night was and he replied : the north wind blew fiercely Rhrough the bitter night, the squeezeloop top was freezing hard from the rcgelation of the raelted frost (by,);
NA SÚL NGLAS MAR R., with grey eyes like frost;
AN R.,NA SÚIL, her eye glistens like frost.
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plumb-rule;
R. DHIREACH, a straight rule or line;
RIAGHLACHA LÉIGHINN, rules of study;
GAN R,. unruly, undisciplined RÁIG GAN R., unrestrained frivolity;
R., under the rule or government of;
CUIRIM R., I reduce to my dominion : CUIR SRI AN AGUS R. ORT FEIN, subject yourself to restraint and discipline : AG DÉANAMH RIAGHLACHA , living according to Ged's law;
THUG RIAGHLA AGUS NÓS CHUIR DANAIR CHIACH, who introduced a law and a system that brought confusion on the Danes;
GO SUBHACH {Regional:Leighin.} R. TALLTEANN, joyously ruling at T.;
BHA R. AG FLAITHIBH BHEITH, {et cetera}, it was the custom of nobles to be, {et cetera} RATHMHAS.
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