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FILEOIS [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

FILEOIS
-EORA, -, {masculine} a poetaster;
a lover;
{also, alias} a craftsman ({Citation:O'Bruadar});
a crafty PILIDHEACHT, -A, FILEOIS, poetry, minstrelsy, art of poetry;
the lore of the FILE as distinct from LEIGHEANN, Latin Erudition (laws);
a POEM, poetic composition;
act {confer} composing or writing poetry, describing in poetic or extravagant terms;
AG FILEOIS AR AN DO BHÍ ACA, glowingly describing the outing they had had, composing poetry about it. {Regional:Leighin.}-ILISTHIN, {genitive} {idem}, {plural} -i, {masculine} a philistine;
I..-ILISTHINCACH, {adjective} and {substantive masculine}, philistine, PILL, {genitive} -, {plural} -LIDHEACHA, -LIACHA, {masculine} and FILEOIS, a fold, a coil;
a crinkle;
FILEOIS MHAITH GADRAIGH, a Stout COIL of withe (Eil. );
{diminutive} FILLEOG, FILLTÍN. PILLEADH, -LTE, {plural} SILL(T)IDHEACHA, {masculine} act of folding, bending, doubling up;
returning (to, AS.), turning (from, Ó);
a return;
a conversion;
a fold, a plait, a crinkle, a curve or roll, a lap of cloth;
FILEOIS BEAG, a kilt;
FILEOIS Mo
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