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OILCHEASI
TH. See FOILCHEAS, SOIL CHEASATH. BILE. See eilc. BILCATH. -LIGH, {masculine} a rock, Sllagh in several place-names, {especially} {Regional: the Barony} NA ILIOGHI an early Ulster capital, GRIANÁN BILIGH (Greenan rilly), {Regional: the Barony} MÓR, I-I, NÉID, {Regional: the Barony} SRIGHREANN, {idem};
AODH AILIGH, Sodh of bleach;
{also, alias} {feminine}, {also, alias} AILEACH, BILCAINÍN, {masculine} an islet;
OILCHEASI DRUIDTE, a secluded islet. BILEAMHAIN(T), -MHNA and -te, {feminine}, act of nourishing, nursing minding (as a baby);
nurture, food : education, {especially} home -education, upbringing, fosterage, culture;
CAIRDEAS OILCAMHNA, friendships from childhood;
LUACH OILEANINA, fosterage fee;
M'SUIL IS M'FHEOIL MAR OILCHEASI DUIT, my flesh and blood to be your food;
OILCHEASI MIC RÍOGH DO GHABHÁIL AR A IOCHT, to take upon himself the fosterage of a king's son ({feminine} {feminine});
CUIRIM AR OILCHEASI, I put to fosterage;
A BHFNAIR DE SHAOTHAR IS DE FHALCHAR AGAT' OILCHEASI, ail the trouble and uncleanliness she suffered bringing you up (P, Il.);
IS FEÁRR AN OILCHEASI 'NÁ AN T-OIDEACHAS (or TÓGÁIL), Upbringing counts lor more than education;
IS TREISE DÚTHCHAS 'NÁ OILCHEASI, instinct overcomes upbringing. BILEAMHNATH. -AIGHE, {adjective} nourishing, alimentary;
educative, profitable, fostering, Cherishing;
NA BHAILL OILCAMHNACHA, the nutritive organs;
{substantive masculine}, a student or alumnus, BILEAMHNÓIR, {masculine} a fosterer...-IILEÁN, -AIN, {plural} {idem} and -A, {masculine} an island, a small island (early) - OILCHEASI MARA, a marine island;
OILCHEASI NA HCHIREANN, the island of Ireland;
BILEAIN SARTHAIR CORPA, the British or svest Furopean Isles;
AN TB, ÓR, America;
{Regional: the Barony} ÉIARRAIDHC, Castle Irland, iserry, {generally} AN TB.;
{Regional: the Barony} MÓR, Great I. (cork);
{South} SPIC,.-inikc I. ({Citation:O'Bruadar});
{South} NA PURGADÓRAS ST. patrick's purgatory, Lough Derg;
{Regional: the Barony} MANANN(ÁIN), the S Isle of Man;
{Regional: the Barony} CLABHAIGH, clabby I.;
{Regional: the Barony} NA MBRATHAR (or NA GSLÉIREAC), Trian I. in R. galway;
{Regional: the Barony} LOCHA GABHAIR, Lagore I. (a ERANNÓG);
{Regional: the Barony} NA MARBH, the Isle of the Dead (Tales);
{Regional: the Barony} AN UAIGNIS, the lonely Isle ({ibidem});
..-I, NA GCÚIG MHLIEANN, pive, pointed (or -peaked) I. ({ibidem}), SILEÁNATH. -AIGHÉ, {adjective} insular, enisled, abounding in islands;
as subs., {masculine} an islander. BILEANAIDHC, {indeclinable} {adjective} insular;
ÉIRE IATHGHLAS OILCHEASI, Ireland the green -mead owed and insular;
{substantive masculine} an islander. BILEÁNTÁN, {masculine} an islet. BILCOG. See OLÓG. BILIDHEACHT, -A, {feminine}, skill, training;
NÍ'L AN OILCHEASI AR DHAOINE ANOIR CHUM AMHSÁN DO CHEAPADH, people nowadays lack aptitude for song Scomposition. BILIM, {verbal} OILEAMHAIN(T), {transitive verb}, I nourish, nurse, look after (as a baby), rear, foster, educate, instruct, cherish, cultivate;
GACH DALTA (ALTA or LEANBH) MAR OILTEAR AGUS AN LACHA AR AN UISCE, as a duck takes to water the child does as he is brought up to do;
DÁR H-OILCADH Ó MHNAOI AR BHITH, of those born of woman;
AN GHÉAG DHEAS LEINBH DO H-OILCADH Ó CHLÁRTHAIBH MUMHAN, the charming child nurtured by Munster's plains;
CÚRADH AR GHRÁDH! NACH MAIRG THUG É, AON FHEAR MARTHA RIAMH DÁR OIL É, a pest on love! woe betide him who gave it, and every living man who cultivated it;
early AILIM, ALAIM (p, {adjective} and {substantive masculine} ALTA, fosterling). CHSILIN, {genitive} {idem}, {plural} -i, {masculine} a cheek-pieco, one of the iron, fiaps or flanges of a spadesocket. BILITHRE, {genitive} {idem}, {plural} -EACHA, {feminine}, a pilgrimage, a peregrination;
TÉIGHIM AR or IN OILCHEASI, I go on a pilgrimage;
{confer} ailithir, a foreign land, BILITHREATH. {genitive} -RIGH, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a pilgrim, an exile;
one in a wretched plight (early {also, alias} ailithir, {genitive} {idem}, {plural} -thre);
as {adjective} of or belonging to a pilgrim or pilgrimage, peregrin us. BILITHREACHT, -A, {feminine}, a pilgrimage, BILLE, {genitive} {idem}, {feminine}, greatness, hugeness, vastness, might, excess;
{also, alias} UILLE;
OILLEACHT, {idem}
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