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FLEAFC [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

FLEAFC
-EISCE, and -A, {dative} SLEISC, {plural} -A, FLEAFC, a wand, a rod;
the spine;
a line, a stroke for an Ogham letter;
a hoop, a ring or circle, a brace, a fillet;
a garland, a wreath, a sheaf;
a clasp;
a sieve, a plate;
the wooden band or tyre of a spinning-wheel;
DAIR AN T-ADHMADISFEÁRRI GCÓMHAIRNASLEASCA, oak is the best wood for making tyres for spinning-wheels;
{confer} FLEAFC DEN PHLIÚN TAS (fols-song);
FLEAFC DRAOIDHEACHTA, a magicwand;
FLEAFC MAOISE, therairaculous wand of Moses;
BÉIM FLEISCE, a stroke of a wand;
FLEAFC ÓIR, a rod of gold;
FLEAFC RÍOGHDHA, a SCEPTRE;
THUIT AR FLEAFC A DHROMA, he fell on the fiat of his back (AR FAOIL-FHLEAFC A DHROMA, {idem});
FLEAFC FHIONN-BHUIDHE, FHÍOR-ÓRDHA AR UACHTAR A AIGHTHE AGUS A ÉADAIN AIR, wearing a bright gold fillet above his brow ({genitive} {dative});
FLEAFC i MBHÉAL , cowslip;
the river flesk, flowing into Loch Lein;
COIS FLEASCA, by the margin of the flesk;
GLEANN SLEISCE, glenfiesk;
sometimes {masculine} ({genitive} FLEISC). -SLEASC, in {compounds} a flex, a brace, a rod;
as in CÓIR-FHLEAFC, FOIRFH, BLÁITH-FHLEAFC, EACH-FHLEAFC (-CHLASC), GRUITH-SFLEASCA, {masculine} a CLASP;
{also, alias} SLEASC.
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