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IAR [Yr] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

IAR
{preposition} with {dative} eclip., after, alter the manner of, according to, over;
with {verbal} corresponds to Lat, pluperfect with posti-uam, and is now {generally} written AS or replaced by TAR EIS;
IAR MBEITH 'NA SHAGART , after he had become a priest;
TAR ÉIR BHEITH 'NA FHAGART {idem};
IAR NDUL ABHAILE DHÓ, after he had gone home;
IAR N-A DHRUIM, behind his back;
IAR MBUAIDH MARTRA after the victory of martyrdom;
IAR N-UAIR, chronologically;
IAR RAN (IARS AN) GCEADFAIDH see, according to this view;
IAR MUIR, by sea;
IAR GCNIS CLOCHAIR, over the surface of the causeway;
IAR (AR) AGTONNTABHAIST, in spite of their danger;
as {adverb} with prefixed {Citation:Pádraigín Haicéad} TH or SH (THIAR), in the west;
with {Anglo-Irish} from (eclips.), ANIAS. from the west;
with positive SO-, SIAR, westward.
IAR
-, IAIR- in {compounds}, {aspirates}, sometimes eclipsing, after, rear, hack-, past-, remote;
west, western;
IAIRBHREITH. after -judgment, after-birth ({Citation:O'Neachtan's MS Irish-English Dictionary});
IAIRBHFINE, one of the sub-di visions of the ancient Irish family;
IAIRCHEANN, occiput, noddle IAIRFHÉAR, after-grass ({Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849}N.);
LAIRLIONN, small beer;
IAIRLEAC, a memorial slab IAIRMHIDHE, vi'ost Meath;
LAIRFHLIOS. a hindcprarter;
IAIRLEABHAS. long behind IARÁLAINN, beautifully rounded at the back (of heels);
IARBHUILLE, a backstroke;
IARCHÓMHARTHUGHADH, a postscript ({genitive} {dative});
IARGHAOTH, west wind;
IARTHUAIDH, the north-west;
IARDHEAS. the south-west;
IARGCÓMHARC, last word of a poem repeating the first or part of the first;
IARGCÓMHLA back-valve, foramen podieis ({Citation:Aisling meic Conglinne});
IARMHUMHA, 'Sest Munster;
IARGHOL, lamentation IASLÁITHRIGHIM, I PREPARE, anticipate. See IARGCÚIL, {et cetera};
sometimes IARMH-.
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