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NACH
{negative} {interrogative} and interjectional part., {also, alias} in {negative} {relative}, {interrogative} and dependent speech with IS, and in heath Chimin with other verbs, eclipses initials of verbs;
with re, NATHAR now {generally} replaced by NÁR;
with re and IS, NACHAR(BH), now {generally} NAR(B), that not, in which not, not? how! in {preposition} use, besides, but;
IS FÍOR NACH DÍON DÓIBH CRAINN, it is true that trees shelter them not;
IS MALAIRC NACH FUAR, it is a welcome change;
CUIS NACH RÉANTAR ÁS DC, a cause that is fully admitted;
NACH MBH'FHEARR DUIT IMTHEACHT? had you not better go? MAITH LIOM É : CAD NACH MAITH? I don't like it : what is it you don't like S (I) NACH MBÍD, in which they are not;
AR NACH GELOS Beim, of whom no fault is heard spoken of;
Ó NACH DEAR É! O how pretty! NACH OLC AN SCÉAL É! how dieadful! NACH É AN PEATA É! what a pet! BHÍ DAOINE NACH {South} ANN, more than.... were there;
NACH MIRE, hesides me;
RAIBH FOIRLÉAF AIR NACH {le?} H-ÓR DO H-IADHADH, it had no skylight that was not closed with golden shutters;
NACH MÓS. aimost, nearly, BEAG NACH, {idem};
Ó NACH, since... not, AN UAIR... NACH {idem};
a non-eclipsing form occurs in, islarly Mod. Irish (NACH BHÍ CLAON CAOCH AR CÓISIS. who is not clumsy or dazed at parties, {Citation:O'Bruadar});
{Old Irish} nach, nach with infixed {pronoun}
NACH
indef, {adjective} any;
NACH col, any shameful act;
NACH FREAGRA, any answer;
(early), now sometimes replaces GACH.
NACH
-A, -CHANNA, {masculine} a phrase, saying, kenning or adage;
a cant-word;
the variety of, metre used by the ANSHRUTH. a poem which was valued at nine cows;
a dirge, a chant of praise;
a peculiar trait;
heed, attention ({confer} EADH and SEADH);
science, poetry;
NACH IS EADH AN FOCAL FAIN, that is a cantsword or -phrase;
IF IONGANTACH AN SEAR NATHANNA É, he is a great man for cant-words, adages, {et cetera} {also, alias} he is a man of strange ways;
NÍOR CHUIREAR AON II. IONNTA, I took no notice of them;
NACH AR NASC, science bound;
{confer} annath, ignorance (Contr.).
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