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OCHT
-MHI, October;
OCHT-SHLISNCACH (-SLIOSNACH), octagonal, {substantive feminine}}, an octegonal log, an octagon. SICHT, OCHTACH, See UCHT, UCHTACH, BCHTACH, -AIGHE, and -TGHA, {feminine}, a fir-tree or post (upher), a pole or post, a housepost, {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849}CHTÁIBH, -E, {feminine}, an octave, as of a feast (lives of the Saints);
{also, alias} -AIBH, CCHTAS. -AIR, {masculine}, eight persons;
DUINE OCHT-MHI ACHT, it is not one person or eight but, {et cetera} (O'Ra.);
OCHT-MHI DÓAG, eighteen people. SCHTMHADH, {indeclinable} hum. {adjective} eighth;
OCHT-MHI DÉAG, eighteenth. SCHTMHOGHA {genitive} -D, {dative} -AID, {masculine} eighty;
i GCIONN TRÍ MBLIADHAN OCHT-MHI, aiter eighty, three years. CCHTMHOGHADADH, {indeclinable} {adjective} eightieth. {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849}-CHUIBHREAC, {masculine} an ear clasp (early), CD' (ÓT'), for Ó DC, from thy. CD, for ÚD {especially} in poet, and in ANALLÓD, heretofore, THALLÓD, {idem}, {also, alias} yonder;
UASÓD, above;
H-Í AN ÉIRE SEO AN ÉIRE BHÍ ANALLÓD ANN,Irelandisno longer what she was once.
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