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ÉAG
disguised as Gauls (early); IS CH DO BH'SEÁRR DÉANAMH INNEALL AGUR

ÉIRE
soon as; B'FHEÁRR LIOM 'NÁ CH, 'S BÍODH SÍ SOLUIGHTHE {dative}ÓR,
around; LUCHT CUARTA CHIREANN, tramps; CH, BHEITH AIR, at any rate;
in some of the islands CH, stands for the great world,
{et cetera}; DÁ BHFUIGHEADH FÉ CH. NÍ FHÉADFADH FÉ, -lc., were
country as larse as Ireland; CH, GAN ROINNC, Ireland undivided; BHEIG-CH,,
(as plants), {also, alias} CHIRIUGHADH; CH. AN TRAOGHAIL, success in life;
BEALAIGH, a surprise, an ambush; CH. SLIGHE, {idem} S CH. BEALAIGH
ambush; CH. SLIGHE, {idem} S CH. BEALAIGH (or SLIGHE) DO THABHAIRT
on ({South} N.); AG DÉANAMH CH. SLIGHE AR, playing a trick,
REACHT, coming on seven; AG CH, AN CEATHRAMHADH BLIADHAIN, rising (reaming)
clay to mould (as potatoes); CH. i N-ÁIRDE AR, I mount,

SA
{Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} CREATHA(CH), aspen; {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of

SÍOS
agreeableness; SO-ROGHA, a successful choice; RO-RONNA(CH), easy to get on with
deal with, civil, {also, alias} -SANNA(CH), -NACHT, agreeablenes8, condescension, civility; RO-THUIGRE,

EADH
i N-o. AGUS i N-AICILL CH., a feast in preparation and

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