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OILL
(UILL), {adjective} great, vast, huge, mighty, splendid, excellent, Big-hearted;
go ho., excellently;
FOCHAR IS UILLE D'AIREAM, a greater profit to be counted;
IS OILL É CHUM, he is generous about;
OILL BHIADH, unstinting with food;
H-OILL MO NEINA, light is my suffering;
AN CHUID DO n'NILLE D'SRD MACHA DO LOSCADH, the greater part of Armagh is burnt (P. {Regional:Mumhan}) SLL- (OLLA-), UILL-, in {compounds}, great, huge, chief, many, very, monstrous;
OLL-ADHBHAL, mighty;
ULL-ATHAIR, mighty father, father of all;
OLL-BHÁIRDNE (OILL ILUAMHAINN), OLL-CHAS-BH,, names of early metres;
OLL-BHAOIS, great folly;
OLLBLADHACH, renowned : OLL-BHLÁTHACH, flourishing;
OLL-BHORB, very fierce;
OLLBHORBHA, savagery;
OLL-BHNAIDH, a great gift or power;
OLL-BUIDHNEACH, well-manned OLL-BHÚIR, a terrific yell ({le?} GACH OILL DI GHLOIM CHUIRCADH AN GADHAR AS. at every violent bark of the dog);
OLL-CHLABAIRE a lubber-lipped person;
CEITHRE OLL CHÓIGE CHIREANN, the four great provinces of Ireland;
OLL-FEAR OSCARDHA mighty and valiant man;
OLL-GHÁIR, great shout;
OLL-GHLIC, very skilful (poet.);
OLL-GHOTHACH, stentorian;
OLLGHRÁIN, a great horror, great hatred OLL-IODHA (SUILL-Í,), a severe pain;
OLLMHAISE. great beauty;
OLL-MHAGH (-MHAE), a great plain;
OLL(A)-MHAITHEAS ({plural} -SAI, -CHISTÍ), wealth, luxury;
OLL-MHAITHISTÍ NA NODLAG. Christmas good-things OLL-MHÓR, huge, monstrous;
OLL-(UILL-) PHIAST, a sea-serpent, monster or dragon, a monster in human form (OILL {Regional:Connaught} a regular monster of a dog);
OLL-SAITH, great wealth;
UILL-THÉAD, a warp or heavy rope used in fishing. BLL, {masculine} in TAR OILL NA MARA, over the vasty deep (early). BLLAMH, {genitive} -AIMH, -AMHAN, {plural} -AIMH, -AMHAIN, -AMHNA, {masculine} a master (of science or art), a chief poet, a professor, a doctor, a director, a learned man, a sage, wizard ({Regional:Donegal});
OILL SAOIRSE, an architect (laws);
OILL CEOIL, a doctor or professor of music;
OILL DIADHACHTA, a doctor of divimty;
o DLIGHIDH, a doctor of laws;
OILL BHREITHEAMHAN, a chief judge;
OILL ÁRD-RIOGHI a high-king's ollave;
OILL NA H-ÁITE, the local sage;
{South} SÓDHLA, soubriquet ol COCHAIDH son of SIACHA SIONNSCOTHACH;
TRIOCHA I GCLÉIR GAC OLLAMHAN, thirty in every chief Poet's retinue;
NA H-OIDH IS NA H-OLLAMHNA i BHFIOS, the teachers and professors of science;
OLL- pers sasx.AMH. BLLAMH, ready;
OLLMHUGHADH, OLLMHUIGHIM See ULLAM, ULLMHUGHADH, ULLMHUIGHIM, BLLAMHANTA {indeclinable} {adjective} pertaining to an ollamh or chief poet, professorial, academic, learned;
OLLAMHDHA, {idem} CILLAMH-GHREANN, {masculine} academic humour, wit. SLLAMHNACH, -AIGHE, {adjective} poetic, learned;
{substantive masculine}, a poet, a learned raau. BLLAMHNACHT,.{Anglo-Irish} {plural} {idem}, {feminine}, mastership in poetry or other {article} a professorship;
poetry, learning;
mastery, superiority;
sway, dominance, See SOLLAMHNAS. SLLAMHNAS, -AIS,.{masculine} mastery in any pro, fession;
sway, superiority. SLLAS. -ÁIS, {masculine} magnificence, POMPS ({Citation:Donlevy's Irish Catechism});
DO-GHNIM OILL RC, I glory in ({ibidem}). CLLÁSACH, -AIGHE, {adjective} magnificent...ILLMHAS. -AIRE, {adjective} great, mighty. {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849}LLSACHT, -A, {feminine}, a wonder, a strange thing, astonishment;
LONGUADH AGUS OILL, great astonishment. BLLTACH, BLLTALBH, {Regional:Mumhan} forms of ULTATH. ULTAIBH, e, {genitive}, AN CÚIGEADH CILLTACH, the Ulster province. SLLTAIS, -e, -I, {feminine}, an uncivil person;
{confer} AMH T AIS...ILLUIGHIM, -LUGHADH, {transitive verb}, I amplify (early). CILÓG, -ÓIGE, -A, {feminine}, an olive tree;
{also, alias}, OILEOG ({Citation:O'Neachtan's MS Irish-English Dictionary}). SLTA, p, {adjective} drunk, swallowed;
drunk, inebriated;
dried Ira, absorbed;
THA A DHÓTHAIN ÓILL AIGE, ho shows signs of drinks BRAON (BRAOININ) ÓILL AIGE, {et cetera}, {idem};
CHÓMH , {le?} GADAIDHE, you are as drunk as a thief. ({Regional:Donegal}). SLTATH. -AIGHE, {adjective} given to drink, absorbent, porous;
{also, alias} ÓLACH. {slang}-TEACH, in., a tavern. {slang}-THOGHAIRM, {feminine}, challenging to drink, drinking to a person, pledging, giving a toast, a drinking-bout. BLUGHADH, -ULGHTHE, {masculine} act of oiling, anoint, ing, giving extreme function to;
OILL AI. CHROIDHE AN T-LM, butter is unction to the heart, LUIGHIM, -UGHADH, {transitive verb}, I oil, anoint;
{Citation:Ossianic}
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