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SCAMALLAIM
-LADH, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I cloud, obscure, grieve;
SCAMAILL AN DLIGHEADH AGUS FI'OR-DHATH RANN-CHIRT, the law and each weak cause's claim has grown {diminutive} (C. {Regional:Mumhan});
PÉIN PHEANNAIDEACH LÉR SCAMALLADH ÁR --CHLÉIR, grievous persecution which la.-. clouded our clergy's spirit.
SCAMALLACH
-AIGHE, {adjective} cloudy, shady, dark,.melancholy.
SCAMALL
-AILL, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a cloud, a shade, darkness, obscuration;
a scum or scale;
a membrane, nebula of the cornea, phlegm, exhalation : {figuratively} sorrow, oblnquy, {et cetera};
{also, alias} something remarkable ({Réilthíní Óir});
MHUCH AN i NCHALLAIBH RCAMAILL, the moon sunk into the heavy clouds;
BUAILIM SCAMALL AR, I cloud, cause to vanish;
SCAMALL ÉIGIN ORM, a cloud of some kind is hanging over me;
IS MÓR AN R. {le?} SEABHAS TU! you are really splendid! (R. 0.);
{also, alias} SCAMAL.
SPEIR
-GHÉISEATH, lively, bright;
SPÉAR. GHLAN, clear-skled;
SPHÉAR-LANN, a bright blade.
DROICHEAD
-CHID, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a bridge, {especially} a stone bridge;
DROICHEAD ÍODHBHARTA, sacrificial bridge (as among the, iews);
DROICHEAD TÓGBHALA, a drawbridge;
LUASC-DHROICHEAD, {idem};
CLÁR-DHROICHEAD, a plank bridge, CLÁR, {idem};
CLOCH-DHROICHEAD, a stone bridge;
DROICHEAD LONG, a bridge of ships;
DROICHEAD na SRÓN, the bridge of the nose;
common in place names of towns and villages that have developed around a bridge-head, e, {genitive}, DROICHEAD CHEARBHALLÁIN, carolanstown (in Meath);
DROICHEAD BHAILE STHA FSCARDIADH, SRDEE;
DROICHEAD AN CHROINN, Bridge-achrinn;
AN DROICHEAD, Drogheda, {also, alias} DROICHEAD {South}THA;
DROICHEAD (NA) BANNDAN, BANDON.

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