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FOR
{genitive singular} of FEAR, male, man;
e, {genitive} BÁIRSEACH {South} a man with a scolding tongue FÁNAIDHE FOR, a wanderer;
FUAGHÁLAIDHE {South} a raale stitcher.
FOR
your goed;
MAR (AR) MH, {le?} N-.'ANAM, for the good of his SOUL;
AR MH. LEAT ATÁIM, it is for your good I act or speal, thus;
AR MH. LEIS FÉIN, for a selfish purpose;
AN MH. DO BHÍ 'NA CHLAIDHCAMH, his sword's worth MAR MH. {le?} atoning for ({Regional:Uladh}).
for
nohility;
LÁMH o., a noble hand;
FUIL o. CHIBHIS. I-libhear's noble race;
gracious, precious. -.IIRBHEARTAS, -AIS, {masculine} preeminence, power, predominance, worth, merit, excellence;
BAINIMAN-O,DÍOBH,ideprivethemoftheir position of power;
o. A {Regional:Uladh}-ATHARDHA, the control of their patrimony, SIRBHIRC, {genitive} {idem}, {feminine}, act of taunting, reproaching;
anathema, blame, re, preach, a curse;
o, NA NDAOINE, the malediction of all, public score;
o, ORTHA the curse of God light on them;
CUIRIM MALLACHT AGUS -. ORT, I curse you;
LEAGFAD o, ORAIBH : THA AR LÁR, I will call down a malediction on you: it has fallen on you;
TABHAIR o. D'AOINNC, curse none;
TOSACH ÉAGNAIGH o., taunts lead to abuse;
o. DEIREADH GACH TRÉIMHSC, a taunt ends every term;
{pronounced}OIRÍR'IRÍRE;
{also, alias} -READH, S-.IRBHIREATH. -RIGHE, {adjective} reproachful, scandalous, maledictory;
{pronounced} OIRÍREACH, IRI'SEACH. S-..IRBHIREACHT, -A, {feminine}, act of reproaching, scandalising;
{pronounced} OIRÍSEACHT, IRÍREACHT, BIRBHIRIM, -Re(ADH), {transitive verb}, I abuse, reproach, scandalise, curse;
{pronounced} OIRIRIM, IRÍRIM;
OIRBHIRIGHIM, {idem} SIRCHEADAL. See AIRCHEADAL. SIRCEAL, -CIL, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a mill, paddle, a paddle, wheel, o, TAIRREACHTA, {idem};
a trough;
{also, alias} OIRCÉAL;
Lat, orceolura,...-ORCHEANN, -CHINN, {masculine} head or end (as distinct from sides), edge;
{also, alias} AIRCHCANN, SIRCHEAR, {genitive singular feminine} -CHISE, {comparative} {idem} and -A, {adjective} fit, suitable, proper, necessary;
IS 0. SIN, that is fitting;
AN NÍDH BHUS o., what will he required;
GURH' -. DDH, that it would be to his advantage to, {et cetera} ({feminine} {feminine});
NIEASAIM GURAH' O. DÚINN LABHAIRT AR, I deem it meet to speak of, ete. ({feminine} {feminine});
NÍORBH' O, A DHEARINAD, it were not meet to forget it;
BH' o. DÓIBH CÓMHAONTUGHADH {le?} N-A CHÉILE, it behoved them to unite;
{substantive masculine} what is good, suitable or becoming;
o. IOMBHUAILTE, a becoming victory;
{negative} AN-O,, IMPROPER, {substantive masculine} impropriety. BIRCHEAR, OIRCHEASACHTH, OIRCHEASAMHAIL. See FOLRCHEAR (and TOIRCHEAS). FOIRCHEARACHT, FOIRCHEARAMHAIL. BI RCHEARACH, -AIGHC, {adjective} requisite, meet, necessary. SIRCHEASACHC, -A, {feminine}, need, necessity, suitableness, propriety, neatness;
OIRCHISE, -SEACHT, {idem} SIRCHIL, OIRCHILL. See OIRICHILL, -.ÉISCHIS. See AIRCHIS, OIRCHISE, -SEACHT, See OIRCHEARACHT. BLRCHIFEACHTH. -A {feminine}. compassion, chai, ity, accommodation, entertainment, gifss or bounty, {also, alias} a pittance, a poor mess;
CÓISIR, FEARTA AGUS O, (LIIRITHISEACHT) DÁR DTIGHÉARNAÍBH, entertainment feast and welcome for our lords;
{confer}. OIRCHEARACHT;
{also, alias} AIRCHISEACHT. CIRCHREIDEAM, {masculine} Superstition. BIRDHEARC, {adjective} illustrious, splendid;
noble, excellent, fragrant (as hay);
AN FEAR GE ho., the grass is splendid (fragrant);
{pronounced} UIRIRIC;
{also, alias} OIRDHEIRC, URDHAIRC. BIRDHEARCACH, -AIGH, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a famous SIRDHOARCADH, -CHTHA {masculine} aet of magnifying or exalting. BIRDHCARCAIM, -ADH, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I exalt, flourish;
{confer} URDHARCUIGHIIN, I make evident or manifest (laws), {South}IRDHEARCAR, -AIR, {masculine} excellency, lustre, nobility, splendour, renown. SIRDIN, See ÓRDAN. SIRDÍN, {masculine} a small sledge, a mallet. SIRDLIDHEACHT, -A, {feminine}, a hacking, a hewing, SIRDLIGHIM, -LEACHADH and -LCACH, {transitive verb}, I cut, hack. BIRDNEATH. -NIGH, {masculine} pieces, fragments OIRNEACH ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
from ORDA.
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