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ALL
ALL great. See OLL.
AIGÉAN
-ÉINE, {feminine}, the ocean, the deep, an abyss;
DUBH-AIGÉAN NA FAIRRGE, the bottomless depths of the sea;
al AIGIAN;
sometimes {genitive}, -ÉIN, {masculine}
BÓCHNA
{genitive} {idem}, {feminine} (sometimes {masculine}), the ocean;
TAR BÓCHNA, across the sea;
TAR BRUINN BÓCHNA, {idem};
sometimes applied to human life;
al BÓCHAIN (Meath poet);
BÓCHLINN, {idem}
DONN
{genitive singular feminine} DUINNE or DOINNE, {adjective} brown, brown-haired;
strong, firm;
CAPALL DONN DUBH-CHORACH, a brown horse with black legs (a favourite colour in horses);
TEACH DONN DAINGEAN, a very firmly-built house;
as intensive in GO DÍREACH DONN, just exactly ({confer} DOMHAN);
{substantive masculine} and {feminine}, a brown thing, person or beast, as a cow, bull, {et cetera} : AN DONN CUAILGNE, the brown bull of {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849};
DONN RÉIDH, peg wood, the spindle tree (N. P.). DONN-, DOINN-, in {compounds} brown;
e, {genitive}, DONN-BHALLACH, BROWN -S potted;
DOINN INGNEACH, brown-nailed.

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