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land;
R., a brindled cow (See RIABHATH. {substantive feminine}});
EAT R., a brindled cat;
CÍSTE R., brown bread;
AN CONNTAE IL., the striped or furrowed county, wexford;
CROMÁN R., a scald-crow;
CHAN R., the pipit;
SAMHRADH R., a varied summer;
THIGIM LEIS SIN DIIBH, BÁN R., I do not agree with that at all : in placenames. AN SLIABH IT. sleevreagh;
AN CAISLEÁN I-.., Castlereagh : AN LOCH ST., Rougbrea : {substantive masculine}, a brindled horse, {also, alias} pasture louse-wort or dwarf red-rattle;
{also, alias} used euphemistically for DIABHAL;
{often} for Do'N R., e,{genitive} : AN R. A BHFUIL FHIOS AG AT! you know nothing about it! AN R. PIOC, devil a bit, nothing at all;
NÍ'L AON R, FAIC {le?} DEANAMH AIGE, he has absolutely nothing to do;
AN R. {le?} FAID AIR, it is terribly long;
AN R. DE NÁR MHAIRBH AN CHAORA, most certainly he killed the sheep;
AN RAGHAIR ANN? AN R, DUL! (or AN {South} ANN!), will you go? dickens a go! (i, e, no);
R, RUAINNE, not a bit;
{substantive feminine}}, a brindled cow;
LAETHEANTA NA RIAIBHCHE, Rhe days of the brindled cow, i, e., the closing days of March or the opening days of April;
MI NA (BHÓ) RIAIBHCHE, the month of the brindled cow.,I, March;
Rhe legend is that the brindled cow complained at the dawn of April of Rhe harshness of March, whereupon March borrowed a few days from April and these were so wet and stormy that Rhe RIABHACH was drowned, hence March has a day more than April, and Rhe borrowed days are called LAETHEANTA NA RIAIBHCHE, RIABHACHÓG, {feminine}, name of a bird (unidentified);
{confer} RIABHÓG.
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