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SAOBH [sIv] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

SAOBH
-OIBHE, {adjective} perverse, perverted, erring, erroneous, foolish, mad, paradoxical;
IS SAOBH AN TEASTAS AR CHLCHIR NA NGALL, it is a dubious comapliment to the foreign clergy;
{substantive masculine}, a wayward person, {et cetera};
ir Cum DE NA SAOBHAIBH SAOBHADH, perversion is part of the life of the perverted;
{also, alias} = SAOBHADH, perversity of character, error, ete.;
'{Regional:Leighin.} SAOBH {le?} SUIDHEAMH 'NA EÁIL, her fame is free from reproach (Eil.);
Lat, scaevus and saevus ({confer} Lal, scirpus, sirpus).
SAOBH
-, SAOIBH-, in {compounds}, wrong, perverse, mad, biased, hetero.;
SAOBH-ADHRADH, foolish adoration, idolatry;
SAOBHAIRDHE, a false sign or omen;
RAOBHAPSTAL, a pseudo, apostle;
SAOBH-BHEAST, a foolish act;
SAOBH-THAINNT, foolish or rambling talk;
SAOBH-CHAMAIM, I pervert, distort (BÁBA AN LÉIGHEANN-TSROTHA SHAOBH- S CHAMANN CLALL, ny, mphs of learning's S stream who confuse the brain, {feminine} R.) SAOBH-CHARA a false friend;
SAOBHCHEALGATH. deceitful;
SAOBH-CHIALL, infatuation, distorted meaning;
SAOBH-CHIMC, a bewildered captive;
SAOBH-CHOLRC, a whirlpool;
RAOBH-CHONAIR, a wrong road;
RAOBH-CHONNLAIDH, foolish ({confer} CONNLACHT, wisdo, {masculine}{Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}};
from CONNAIL, CUNNAIL) SAOBH-CHRÁBHADH, hypocrisy;
RAOBH-CHRAIBHTHEATH, hypocritical;
SAOBH-CHREIDEAMH, superstition, heterodoxy;
RAOBH-CHREIDMHEATH, superstitious, heterodox;
SAOBHCHRUTH, changed or deceitful form;
SAOBHDHIALL, perversely blind;
SAOBH-DHOL, a specious snare;
SAOBH-DHOLBH, enchantment, APPARITION;
SAOBH-DHELBHADH, enchantment;
RAOBH-EOLAS, false doctrine, wrong knowledge;
SAOBH-FHOIR CEADAL, false doctrine;
RAOBH-GHAOTH, a whirlwind;
SAOBH-GHRÁDH, infatuated love;
RAOBHILÉIM, a wild leap or act SAOBH-MHÁM, evil bondage;
SAOBH-NÓS, anger, folly, infatuation;
SAEBH-NÓSACH, angered, infatuated,.morose;
SAOBHSCÉAL, a fable or tale;
SAOBH-SCRÍOBHADH, a libel, wrong writing;
SAOBH-SMAOINEADH, a fatuous idea;
SAOBH-SRUTH, a treacherous current;
SAOBH-SÚGRADH, sporting, flirting;
SAOBH-FHÚILEATH, wildeyed.,.,AOBHACHADH, SAOBHACHAIM, SAOBHACHÁN, RAOBHE ACHTHA.
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