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IACHTAR [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

IACHTAR
IOCHTARATH. -AIGHE, {adjective} low, low-lying;
northern;
poor, humble;
NIÁ THA ME CHULAITH IACHTAR GO BHFUIL MO RCEAL ÁRD, if my {habitual} is humble, that my tale is elevated ({singular} {oir});
TALAMH ÍACHTAR, low land;
{substantive masculine} a depth or abyss;
{also, alias} ÍOCHTRATH. IOCHTARAIGHE, {genitive} {idem}, {feminine}, lowness, inferiority, subordination;
{also, alias} ÍOCHTRAIGHÉ, ÍOCHTAR DHACHT, {idem} LOCHTARÁN, -ÁIN, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} an inferior, subordinate or subject, LOCHTARÁNACH, -AIGHE, {adjective} inferior, subor dinate, LOCHTARÁNACHT, -A,{feminine}, subjection, inferiority. LOCHTAR-CHANAR, {masculine} the bassus cantus in rausio ({Citation:Peter O'Connell}). IOCHTARDHA, ÍOCHTARDHACHT, See ÍOCHTARACH, ÍOCHTARAIGHE. LOCHTAR-LÁN, {masculine} low water (mayo). IOCHTMHAS, -AIRC, {adjective} merciful, clement. LOC-UISCE, {masculine}, healing liouid;
SHEEP-DIP, IODH, {genitive} IDHE, {dative} IDH, {plural} IDHE, {feminine}, a chain, a bracelet, a ring, a collar, a shackle;
AN IACHTAR MORAINN, the collar of Morann, the brehon, which grew tight round his neck whenever he pronounced an unjust judgment;
IACHTAR IARAINN, an iron chain or clasp. LODH, {genitive} -.{Anglo-Irish} {plural} {idem}, {masculine} the Ides;
{feminine} CANAIS. the Ides of january;
AN SEACHTMHADH {Regional:Leighin.} CANAIS. the seventh day of the Ides of january.
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