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AN UA, SECOND cousins ({ibidem});
AN FHIONN-UA, third COUSÍ.ns ({ibidem});
AN DHUBH-ÓIR fourth Cousins ({ibidem});
CLANN IS UA, first and Second cousins ({ibidem});
UA IS FIONN UA, second and third cousins ({ibidem});
FIONN-UA IS DUBH-NA, third and fourth cousins ({ibidem});
ÓIR DHÁ ÓIR TRÍ ÓIR second, third and fourth cousins;
TÁIMÍD I N-Ó {le?} CHÉILC, we are cousins;
TÁIMÍN i N-Ó AMHÁIN, we are first cousins;
TÁIMÍD AR (or IDIR) ÓIR we are second COUSINS;
TÁIMÍD I LONN-Ó {le?} CHÉILE, we Sre third cousins;
RIAD I DHUBH-ÓIR they are fourth cousins;
THA SIBH SAOR AR CHAIN Ó RAÉAS SIBH TAOBH AMAS DE NA FIONN-UAÍ, you are free to marry a fourth cousin without dispensation (Caisl. Sir);
SEAINÍN AGUR CONALL CLANN AN DEIRBHSHIÚR-SA-DEÁRTHAIR, MÍCHEÁL SEAINÍN AGUS TARLACH CONAILL A DA us, D'ATHAIR AGUS MAISTÍN AN FHIONN-NA TUSA AGUS BHABHAÍ AN DHUBH-UA, {South} and {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} first cousins, {Regional:Mumhan} {South} and T. {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} second cousins, your father and {Regional:Mumhan} third cousins and you and {Regional: the Barony} fourth cousins ({ibidem});
GAN Ó MAC, having not a soul in the world belonging to me;
Ó AN CHROIBH DUINN, the scion of the Red Hand;
Ó NA SEABHAC Ó'N l'NSE, the descendant of the heroes of Inch;
{often} us;
in surnames of females replaced by . See FINE. CH., {preposition} with {dative}, {also, alias} {Regional:Connaught}-j., {aspirates}...in pronom, combinations : UAIM, UAIC, UAIDH ({masculine}), UAITHE(f.), UAINN, UAIBH, uathaj, from (of time, place, cause, {et cetera}), away from, of, by, on account or by reason of, since, since the time of;
with {article} Ó'N, ÓS NA (ÓSNA), from the;
with {possibly}.
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-NIGHE, {adjective} ordered, regular, ordained, sacred;
NA BHFLAITHEAS N-DH,, of ordered heaven;
{also, alias} ÚIRNEATH. ÓRNACH. SIRDNEADH, -NIGHTHE, {masculine} act of ordaining, inaugurating, {appendix} pointing, setting in order;
ordination, inauguration, coronation;
{also, alias} ÓIRNEADH, {et cetera}...-IIRDNIDHE, {indeclinable}.} {adjective} distinguished, dignified, crowned, ordained;
ordered, neat;
{substantive masculine} a distinguished or ordained person. SIRDNIGHTHE, p, {adjective} ordained, crowned, ordered, arranged. SIRDIUM, -NEADH, {transitive verb}, I ordain (as a priest), inaugurate (as a chief), APPOINT, crown, put in authority;
D'OIRONEADH 'NA EASBOG É, he was ordained bishop;
D'OIRDNEADH 'NA RÍGH É, he WAS crowned king;
D'OIRDNEADH EARBUIG LCIS, he ordained hishops;
CEACHTHAR DE SNA GRÁDHAIBH {le?} N-A N-OIREANTAR NEACH i N -EALADHAIN, either of the degrees whereby one graduates (lit, is ordained) in arts;
{also, alias} -NIGHIM, OIRNIM (OIREANTAR, is ordained), ÓIRNIM, ÚIRNIM, ÓRIIUIGHIMH. DIRDHRIR, {feminine}, a dog-brier, buck-brier. I-IIRE, {masculine} a border or rim (Eg.);
{also, alias} for EIRE, which See. SIREATHAS, -AIS, {masculine} predominance, sever eighty, power, POMP;
PUIRT OIREACHAIS.
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