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CATHAIR
-LIOS, {masculine} or {feminine}, a mansion, seat;
a chief city.
CNOC
{genitive}, CNUIC, {plural} {idem}, and -A, {masculine} a hill, a height, a mountain;
an impediment;
anything large, as a wave;
a dislieulty;
MO CHNOC, alas Í RUD DO THABHAIRT {Regional:Donegal} CHNOC, to vomit something;
CNOC ORT, woe be thine;
CNOC AIR MAR AIRGEAD, bad luck to money;
CUIRIM CHUM CNUIC, I defeat, rout ({confer} CUIRIM CHUM RAIN, {et cetera});
lump, ulcer;
CNOC BRÁGHAD, quinsy;
CNOC AILLSE, cancer swelling.
DÍON
{genitive} DÍN and DÍONA, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} act of protecting one against (AR);
cover, shelter, roof, thatch;
protection, defence, patronage;
o, uality of being waterproof or -tight;
the second hemistich of a verse in DÁN DÍREACH (CÓMHAD, {idem});
.{figuratively}, a protector or guardian;
GAN DÍON unprotected;
DO GHNÍM DÍON , I protect him;
IF DÍON , {idem};
GO NDEÁRNAIDH DLA DÍON DNINN, may God protect us;
D'SEARAIBH NACH DÍON, (women) who are not guardians of men (C. {Regional:Mumhan});
CUIRIM DÍON, I thatch;
CUIRIM DÍON RUAS, {idem};
CUIRIM DÍON AR THIGH, {et cetera}, I thatch or roof a house, {et cetera};
NÍ'L DÍON 'SAN TSOITHEACH ROIN, that Vessel is leaking;
TÓIGHIM i NDÍON AR, I penetrate;
DE DHÍON IF DE DHEOR, (raining) heavily. See DÍN.
CRANN
{genitive} CRAINN, {plural} {idem} and CROINNTE. {dative plural} CRANNAIBH, {masculine} (I) a tree;
CRANN FAIR, a quickset tree;
CRANN CAS-FHAIS, a crookedly growing tree, dwarf elder (?) CRANN AIRCC..
TEACH
{genitive} TIGHC, {dative} TIGH, TEIGH, TOIGH ({often} {nominative}), {plural} TIGHTHE, TIGHE, {masculine} a house, huilding, shop, {et cetera};
.{figuratively}, region or kingdom, {et cetera} {also, alias} family, line of descent;
{dative singular} as {adverb}, at the house of, chez;
TEACH CÓMHNAIDHTHE, a dwelling-house or residence, TEACH MUINNTIRE, {idem};
TEACH OIBRIDHE, a labourer's cottegc;
TEACH MÓR, a country gentleman's residence (see under CAILI'N);
TEACH CINN TUIGHE (SLINNE), a thatched (slated) house;
TEACH DÚBHALTA, a twostoreyed house;
TEACH CÚIL, a back-house;
TEACH BEAG, a privy ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
TEACH BÁIRR (CAISLEAIN). a bartizan or turret;
TEACH TRODA, a blockhouse;
TEACH TALMHAN, an earth-house or souterrain;
TEACH CÁNACH, toil-house;
TEACH MAIL, a hired house;
TEACH BAINNE, a dairy;
T LEABTHA, a dormitory;
TEACH SCREAI-TRA, a scriptorium, hhrary;
TEACH CUNNTAIS, a counting-house;
TEACH ÓIL, a public-house, TEACH ÓLACHÁIN, TEACH LEANNA, TEACH TÁBHAIRNE, {idem};
TEACH ÓSTA, an inn;
TEACH N-AOIGHEADH, a guest-house or hospltiura;
TEACH ITHEACHÁIN, a restaurant;
TEACH ALLAIS, a sweathouse or sudarium, a low structure in which a fire was lit and then extinguished, the user then entering : used to cure rheumatism and improve complexions, ÁITH ALLAIS, {idem};
TEACH POBAIL, a chapel;
TEACH AN RÍOGH, the workhouse, TEACH NA MBOCHTH, {idem};
TEACH NA NGEALT, the lunatic asylura;
TEACH AN PHUIST, the post-house or office;
TEACH CEARC, a hen-house;
TEACH muc, a pig-sty;
TEACH NA GCAPALL, the stable;
TIGH BHUIN (= DO BHUIN), a cowhouse (Sligo);
TIGHTHE CUIDEACHTAN, sociable homes;
TEACH DEATAIGH, a smoky house;
TEACH NA MÉIRDREACH, the brothel;
TEACH CUINN, Tara, CONN-ALC, TEACH TEA, {idem};
--- TUATHAIL, Ireland or Tara;
spe.-ial formations,. TEACH CEÁRDCHAN, a forge;
TEACH SIOPA, a shop;
TEACH CÚISTE ({plural} TIGHTHE CÚIRTE), a courthouse, TEACH AN CHLÁIS. {idem};
TEACH ÓRTA and TEACH THABHAIRNE (supra);
A DHÍBIRT AR TIGH NA H-EAGLAISE, to excornraunicate him;
CLOCH AGUS ADHMAD TLGHE, stone and wood for houeebnilding PURPOSES;
{genitive singular} TEACHGHE, as {adjective} SEAR TIGHE, a householder;
BEAN TLGHE, a housewife;
GHLÉAS TIGHE, economy, {also, alias} household GOODS;
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