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GHAINMHE
a sand bank;
{Regional:Mumhan} SNEACHTA, a snowdrift, {also, alias} a snowball;
CRÁIN MUICE, a sow;
BHANBH MUICE, a bonham;
CÉIS MUICE, a young sow or slip;
CRÓ MUICE, a pig-sty;
SÁINNE Muice, a pig-ring;
AN MH. GOINTEAR {le?} SAIGHDEOIREACHT, the pig that may not be wounded by archers, i, e., Tore waterfall, near killarney (O'Ra.);
ÉISTEACHT NA MUICE BRADAIGHÉ, a hearing like a trespassing Pig's;
{Regional:Mumhan} AR GACH MALAINN AIGE, having his brows wrinkled, wearing a gloomy look;
THÁINIG {Regional:Mumhan} AR GACH MALAINN LEIS, his brows wrinkled (R. 0.);
CHÓMH DANA {le?} Muic, as bold (or obstinate) as a pig;
AR NÓS na MUICE, most uncivil;
BEAN {Regional:Mumhan} pigs and womaen (are obstinate creatures) (prov.). See under IDHE and CLOIGIR, in place-names : SLIABH NA Muice, GLEANN NA Muice, GLAIS NA MUICE, {et cetera}, {et cetera} MUC-, INUIC-, in {compounds}, pig-;
MHC-ÁL, a swine litter;
MUC-BHLONOG, hog-lard MUC-CHAOR, a lucky-briar berry;
MUCFHAIL, a pig-sty, {also, alias} MUC-FHALACH (See MUCLACH);
MUIC-FHEOIL, bacon, pork;
MUIC-INIS, lit, pig-isle, one of the ancient names of Ireland, {also, alias} a small island in CUAN AN SIR MHÓIS.
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