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MADRADH
{also, alias} used as {singular}, which See.
MADADH
{genitive} MADAIDH, {plural} MADADHA, MADAIDHE and MADAÍ, {genitive plural} MADADH, MADADH a dog, {especially} of inferior breed, a cur;
MADADH GAEDHEALACH, Irish terrier (Scharff );
MADADH GEÁRR, a common dog, terrier, {et cetera};
MADADH GABHLÓIGE, a hitch ({Citation:Antrim - mostly word list by Aoidhmhín Mac Gréagóir});
MADADH ALLAIDH (ALLTA), Wild dog or wolf;
MADADH RUADH, fox;
MADADH FRAOIGH, heath-dog, {also, alias} yellow lady's bedstraw (See MADAR);
MADADH GAOITHE, a mad dog, bloodhound or vicious dog, {also} a cloud portending a squall, an incomplete rainbow;
MADADH FIOGATH. dog-fish (SÍOGACH, {idem}), MADADH GARBH, MADADH SCADÁIN, {idem} ({Citation: List of words mostly from Rosses and Gweedore by A O'Doherty});
MADADH CARRAIGE, a small hardheaded fish (unidentified);
MADADH DRINTIN, a small fish resembling ling;
MADADH UISCE, an otter, MADADH DONN, {idem}, {also, alias} red praneer, a kind of edible fish ({Regional:Donegal});
IS TEANN AN MADADH GEÁRR INR AN ÁIT I MBÍONN A THAITHIGHÉ, the common dog is bold in his haunts (mayo saying);
AG BRATH BAIL NA MADADH THABHAIRT AR AN SAOGHAL MÓR, purposing to treat everybody like dogs;
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COS
-, COIS-, in {compounds}, foot, -footed;
e, {genitive}, COS-LUTHMHAR, suiek-footed : COIS-FHEANG, COIS-TSEANG, slender, footed;
COS-GHLAS, a shackle;
COIS-SLIASAD, the thigh;
COS-GHALAR, leg disease.
SRÓN
-, SRÓIN-, in {compounds}, -nesed, nasal SRÓN-BHRAT, a pocket-handkerchief SRÓN-BHEANNAC, horned at the nose, {substantive masculine}, a rhinoceros;
SRÓIN-CHRIOS, a snaffle ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
SRÓN-CHUMHANG, narrow-nosed SRÓN-FHLIUTH, DROPPING at the nose SNÓIN-IALL, a snuffle ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
SRÓIN-MHEALLADH, bottle, nosed ({ibidem});
SRÓNMHÚCHADH, nasal catarrh, difficulty in breathing through the nose;
SRÓN-PHOLL, a nostril.
CLUAS
-AIRE, -A, old {verbal} of DO-CHLUINIM, {feminine}, an ear;
a part of any inanimate object resembling an ear, cleat lug or handle of a jug, the front beam of a spinning wheel, the ear of a shoe, a petal;
SEAMRÓG NA GCEITHRE GC-, -he four-leaved shamrock;
CLUAS CEOIL, an ear for music;
CLUAS {le?} HÉISTEACHT, an attentive ear, attention;
CLUAS BHEDHAR, a deaf ear, indifference;
CLUAS NA MUICE BRADAIGHE AIR, he is listening very intently;
in plant names;
CLUAS

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