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A dictionary of the Gaelic language, in two parts, I. Gaelic and ...

A dictionary of the Gaelic language, in two parts, I. Gaelic and ...

A dictionary of the Gaelic language, in two parts, I. Gaelic and

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  • Page 7: TO HIS GRACE THE DXJKE OF aORI>ON,
  • Page 10 and 11: To the compilers of the other Dicti
  • Page 12 and 13: CONTRACTIONS USED IN THE FOLLOWING
  • Page 14 and 15: ABH ABU ÀBHACH, -AiCHE, adj. Humor
  • Page 16 and 17: ACH ACHDUINN, -e, -ean, s. f. See A
  • Page 18 and 19: ADH AGA tAsHBHARRACH, 5. m. A hopef
  • Page 20 and 21: AIB AIG t AiBHREANN, $. m. A castra
  • Page 22 and 23: AIM 1 A11 ; ruinous ; tool- ish ; i
  • Page 24 and 25: AIN li AIN AINGEALTACHD )-Ais, s.f.
  • Page 26 and 27: A IN 14- AIK AINTEANN, idj. Bound;
  • Page 28 and 29: AIR AIRMSEACH, -ichk, adj. Quick, e
  • Page 30 and 31: AIT 18 ALL AITHN-AN-LATHA, s. f. Br
  • Page 32 and 33: AM 20 AMH >M,/»s. pron. for mo. "
  • Page 34 and 35: ANA 22 ANA 'kNABLAS, -Ais, a. m. iD
  • Page 36 and 37: A.N-AOiBHlIsN happy. ) AxN 24 AN ad
  • Page 38: AN aei AN AN lULMHOR. -oire, adj. V
  • Page 41 and 42: AOl AON AOIBH, -E, s.f. A courteous
  • Page 43 and 44: AON 3J ARA 40N.TLACHD,
  • Page 45 and 46: ARD 33 ARD ARD-AMAS, -Ais, s. JH. H
  • Page 47 and 48: ARD 35 ARM at an university, or at
  • Page 49 and 50: AilR 37 ASA ARRALACH, -aiche, adj.
  • Page 51 and 52: ASR ASRANACH, -aich, s. m. A strang
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    AlH 41 ATH AIH-BHRIATHRACHAS. -ais,

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    ATH 4,3 ATH AlH-GHAMHNACH, -aich, -

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    ATH 45 Aim ftl H-THAGHADH, -aidh, s

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    BAG 47 BAG f Bach, •jiidh, -ia, u

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    BAI 41) JBAl Scotland ; literally,

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    iSAÌ bì liAL Waitin, 7)1. pl. Vid

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    N BAN 53 BAN BANAL. aJj. See Bauail

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    BAN 55 BAO BANN-SHAORSAICH, v. a. L

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    BAR Ò7 BAR BAKALACHADH, -aidh, ì.

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    BAR 59 BAT BAKR.MHAISE, s. m. A cor

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    BEA 61 BEA trifling, insignificant

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    B£A G3 RBI honour. Beartas agus ur

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    BEU 65 BEtiBAX, -AiN, -ANAN, s. in.

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    BHE 67 liIA B IIE Aìi, pret. a. of

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    BIL 69 pres. part, v, Bileagaich. C

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    BIO 71 BLA BIOR-RÒSLAIDH, -hÒstai

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    BLA 73 BLE iM.ANNDAK, -AiH, s. m. C

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    BLO 7ò BOD t Uloracban, -aik, -as,

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    BOI 77 BOI BOGHAN *. • for Boghac

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    BON 79 BOH BONN A NT A, ndj. Strong

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    BRA 81 BRA 8RACACH, -AicHE, adj. Gr

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    BRA 83 BRA berry. Braoileag nan con

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    BRE 85 BRE BREACHDAN, 4. m. Wheat;

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    BRE 87 BRl ilckiy, tender. Gcd tha

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    BRI 89 BRI ailIOGHMHOR', -oa, -oire

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    BRO 91 BRO t Brògachadh, *. m. An

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    BEO BROT-BRAIGILEINEACH,-EicM,s.m.

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    BRU 95 BRU f Brutdhe, s. /. A farm

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    BUA y ^reen linens are steeped prep

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    BUB 99 BUI BÙBAiJL s.f. A roaring,

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    BUI lOi 15 UL BUINNE-SHRUTH, s. f.

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    BUN 103 Bin BÙNNTAM, BÙNTA3I, -au

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    CAB 105 CAG CABHSAiRlfHE, -ean, s.

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    CAl 107 CAl LaILBHE, -an, s. m. A p

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    CA INNT-FIl EA 11.^ CHD, i CAI 109

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    CAl ill CAI CÀIÌJii, CÀSG, CÀSG

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    CAL 113 CAM CEIRSLEACH, -eich. s. m

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    CAN 115 CAO ain,) A linguist. CANAL

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    CAO 117 CAO CAOINEACHAS, -ais, (Cao

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    CAO 119 CAR f Caora, i. e. Cauibi:i

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    GAK. 121 CAR C'ARN AN-CAOCHAIX, ) s

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    CAS 123 CAT CAS-CHIABH. s. /. A cur

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    CAT + CÀTOiL, -K, adv. Luxurious,

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    CEA 127 CEA CEANNACHD, 5. /. iud. (

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    CEA 129 CE CEANN-RIABHACH, -AicHE,

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    CEA 131 CEA t Ceàrn-airrdhe, s./.

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    CEI 133 CEI Ceil. Concealing; hidin

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    CEO 135 CEU CEÒDHACH, adj. See Ce

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    CHI 137 CHU

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    CIA 139 CID CI AN. t. m. dat. Cein.

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    CIN 141 CIO t ClXNE, s. f. (Ceann,)

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    CIO U3 CiU riOSN AICH, adj. -nuich,

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    CLA 145 CLA CLACH-CHEANGAIL, 5,/. A

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    CLA U7 CLA t Claischeadal, 5. Ill,

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    CLE 149 CLE CLEACHDAG, -aig, -an, s

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    CLI 151 CLI (Cliath and Luadh,) A f

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    CLOCH-SHÙILEACH, -eiche, adj. (Clo

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    CLU 155 CLU TEAN, s. f. and m. (Clu

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    CNA 157 CNE part. V. Cnàntih A wea

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    CNO 159 COA CNOIDH, 5. m. A severe

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    COG 161 COX COGALL.ACH, adj. Full o

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    ) COI 16S COI and Beuila,) A confer

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    COI 165 COI COIMH-GHEALLADH, -aidh,

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    COI lfi7 COI COTMPIRE, -EAN, s. m.

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    CO I 169 COI COlREACHAUH. -aidh, s.

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    COL 171 COM COLBHACH, -xicHE, adj.

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    COM 73 COM COMHAl DE ACHD, s. f. in

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    COM 175 COM rOMH-BHRODADH, -aidh, -

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    COM 177 COM COiMH-CHRÀBHADH, -aidh

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    COM 179 COM CUMH-EUD, -A, s. m. (Co

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    COM 181 COxVi COMH-IADH, ) -AiDH, C

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    COM 183 COM COMH-PÀIRT, s.f. A par

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    COM 185 COM COMH-TH A ITHTE. py-et.

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    CON lfl7 CON CON LAN, -AiH, *. m. (

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    COR 189 COR CORNTA, per/, part. v.

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    COS lUl COS Samhlachd,) A similitud

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    CRA 193 CRA Crack; break by crackin

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    CRA 195 CRA CRANN-FOllCA, pi. croin

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    CRE 197 CRE CBEACHAIR, -iDH, CHR-,

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    CP.I 199 CRI CHIADH-THIGH,-E,-EAy,5

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    CRI L>01 CRI CUÌOSDAIL, -E, and -a

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    CRO 20S CRO I^ROGAICHEAN, pL of Cro

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    CRO 20& CRU CRON AICH, ) -iDH, CHR-

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    CRU 207 CRU CRUAIDHTE, See Cruadhal

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    CRU 205 CUA part. V. Cruthaich. Cre

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    CUA 211 CUI CUARANACH, -aiche, adj.

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    CUl 213 CUI CUILBHEARTACH, -ajche,

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    ecu Sl'i CUI "Cuiran ceill." Declar

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    CUL 217 CUM CÙL-CH01MHEAD, -id, s.

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    CUN 219 CUR •ulating', telling or

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    also, conlr. for De, prep, atid a p

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    DAN 224 DAO *. m. A poem, a song; a

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    DEA 226 DEA •• Cha deach mi n s

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    DEA 2: f DSAIBHAS DE, -AIN, -AN-DE,

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    DEA 230 DEA DEARC-IUBHAIR, -an-iubh

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    DEI 232 DEI DÈIBHLE1D, -K, .KAN, s

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    DEI 284 DEO DEISGIOBUL, -uiL, s. m.

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    DIA 286 DIA DI A BHOL, OIL, -BHLAN,

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    DIG 238 DIO Dl G, uisK, s. /. A dit

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    DIO 240 DIO DÌOI.TAIR, -EAN. See D

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    DIT 242 DIU DÌTH-CHRE1DEAMH, -iìi

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    DOB 244 DOD i DoBADH, and Doeail, s

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    ; ; ' DOI 246 DOI Dimness, darkness

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    DOX 248 DOR DONAS, -Ais. (Do and So

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    DOT 250 DRA nO-THOGAIL, adj. Diffic

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    DRE DRI DREA.MLAINN, -e, s. f. A sn

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    DRO 254 DRO (.Droch, and Còuihluad

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    DRU ?.ìfi DRU V.) Penetrating,

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    DUB 258 DUB DUBHAIRT, pret. uiterr.

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    DUl 260 DUL jDUILGHE, adj. comp. of

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    DUS 262 EAC DCJSLACHAIL, -ala, adj.

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    EAD 2ò4 EAD ating ; act of separat

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    EAI 266 EAN fiAIRLEIGEADH. -idh. j.

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    EAR '26S EAS EAKRANNAICH, -idh, th'

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    EIB 270 EIL ÈIBHLEAGACH, -aiche, a

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    EIS 272 EUC EISG, -K, -EAN, ^ s.f.

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    EUG 274 FAL KUGSAMHLACHD, s. f. ind

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    FAG 276 FAI FÀG, -AiDH, dh'fh-, V.

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    FAI 27S FAL FAIREACHADH, -aidh, -ka

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    FAL 280 FAO FALMAN, -AiN, -AN, s. m

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    FAO 282 FAR FAOINEALACH, -aich, } s

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    Growth, increase ; FAS 284 FAT grow

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    FEA 286 FEA FEALL-CHCINTE, prel. pa

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    TEA 2S8 FEI FEASCRADH, -aidh, s. m.

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    FEO 290 FIA FEOTHAS, -AU, s. m. Ame

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    FIA 292 FIL FIANUIS, -E, -KAN, s. /

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    FIO 294 FIO FÌON.GHÀRRADH,-AIDH,-

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    FIR and iochdrach,) Lowest. More pr

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    FOC 298 POG FOCAliL, -AiLL, s. 7/1.

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    FOI .00 KOI FOINEACIID, s. /. Inqui

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    FOL 302 FOR 'OLAMHAICH, -idh, dh'fh

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    TEA 304 FRE FRAIGEIL, -E, adj. Oste

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    FR[ 306 FRO FRITH-BHUILLE, -ean, s.

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    FUA 308 FUD FUAR-CHRABHACH, -aich,

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    FUR 310 fach . More or most capable

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    GAD 312 GAI

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    GAI 314 GAL GAIRISIN, ) *. »1. Hor

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    GAU 316 GAR GAOLACH, -AicHE, adj. (

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    GAS 318 GEA GASDAG, -AiG, -AN, *. /

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    GEA 320 GEI GEANNAIREACHD, s. f. md

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    GEU 322 GID edged ; acute in mind,

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    GIO 324 GIU GIOLAMACHD, s. /. ind.

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    GLA 326 GLA GLAISDIDH, -E, adj. Pal

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    GLE GLEADH, I s. m. Tricks, humour.

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    GLO 330 GLU GLOG.SHUILEACH,-EicHE,o

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    GNE 332 GNU GNÈIDHEACH, -EicHE, 7

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    GOG 334 GOl GOGAIDEACH. -eiche, adj

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    Goa Glt^ GORMAI H, -AiDH, i. m. and

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    GRA 338 GRA GRÀIN1CH, -iDH, GHR-,

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    GRE S40 GRi GREIGHEACH, -eiche, adj

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    GRO 342 GRU eilODAG, -Aio, -AN, ».

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    GUI 344 GUT , j i j I , j I OUINEAC

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    lAR 846 TMN lAR-OGHA, -AiCHEANj s.

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    Sensible, wise; high minded, high s

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    lOM 350 lOM lOMARCHUR, -uiRK, s. m.

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    ION 352 ION lONAD, -AID, -AN, X, m.

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    ISE 354 IUN ISh:, p-m. pers. ind. e

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    LAG 356 LAI and Brigb,) Of little s

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    LAM 358 LAN An awkward handling or

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    LAO 360 LAS LAOGHAN, -AiK, -AN, .1.

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    LEA 362 LEA notes In muric ; a head

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    LEi\ 364 LEI portant rule observed

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    LEO 366 LET LEÒMAIR, -E, -KAN, s.

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    LEU 368 LIA at night ; a young man

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    LIO 370 LIU plying, act of multiply

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    LOG 372 LOI LOGAISEACH, 1 -eiche, a

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    LON 374 i^OT LONAN, -AiN, s. m. (Lo

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    LUA 376 LUB LVA11 HRE ANTA, EiNTE.a

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    LUC 378 LUC Kalaidh,) Skilful perso

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    LUI 380 LUI (Luibh-bhiast,) Aboundi

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    LUN 382 LUS LUNNDRAINN, -e, -ean, s

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    LUT 384 MAG LÙTHMHOR, -oiRE, adj.

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    MAG 386 MAJ Fear,) A jester, mocker

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    MAI 388 MAL MAIRTIREACHD, s. f. bid

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    MAO S90 MAO MAODALACH, -aiche, adj.

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    MAO 392 MAR MAOTHANaCH, -aiche, adj

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    MAR 394 IV E A. MARTAIR, -E, -£AN,

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    MEA 396 MKA AlEALBHAG, -aig, -an, s

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    MEA 398 iVIEA achd and Cuuntadh,) A

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    MET 400 iMEI MKIL, -E, -EAjr, s./.

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    MEU «02 MIA MECJRANACH, -aiche, ad

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    MIC 404 MIC MI-CHAOVEACH. -aiche, a

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    MIE 406 MTH MI-EAGNAIDHEACHD,s./. i

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    MIL 408 MIN MIU.TEAR, -EiR.-AN, (Mi

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    MIN 410 MA J MINIC, a4j. and adv. O

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    MIR 4.12 MIS MIR, -iDH, MH-, V, a.

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    MIT 414 MTIT Ml-THABHACHDACH, -aich

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    MO I 416 MOL MOIBEAL, -KiL, -AK, s.

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    MOR 418 MOR Pride, pomp, uiagiiific

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    MUC 420 iMUI MUCH TA, pret. part. v

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    MTJI 42?, MTJL MUIR-BHRÙCHD, -AN,

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    ; N 424 NAl broad sound, which cann

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    NAO 426 NEA and pres. part. v. Naom

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    NEO 428 NEO NE0-BHÀ1GHE1L, -r., ad

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    NGO 430 NEO MEO-CHCIRTEIL, -e, adj.

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    NEO 432 NEO Neo, Grad and Car,) Laz

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    NEO 434 NEO Soilleir,) Indistinct,

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    NIA 436 NUA NIALACH, -AicHE, aty. P

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    OBA 438 GIB OBANNACHD, s. f. ind. (

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    OIL 440 OIR OILEARACH. -AicH, s. m,

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    ; OMH 442 ORD OMHAIL, -E, s.f. Prov

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    USM 444 ing, sobbing. OSPAGAICH, ì

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    PAI 446 PEA FÀIRilCHE, -EAN, s. in

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    PEI 448 PIA PEILEID, -K, -KAN, 5. f

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    PIO 450 PIO the bag-pipe ; iict of

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    PLA 452 PLE part. V. Plamraich. A w

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    PLO 454 PLU PLOD A I CHE, v./. ind.

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    POG PÒGAIREACHD, s. f. ind. A kiss

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    PR I 458 PHI PRINEACHADH, -aidh, s.

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    PRO 46(^ PUN PRONNTA, adj. and pret

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    RAB 462 RAG Ing, advertisement ; an

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    RAM 464 RAO KAMHACH, AicHZ,adj. (R

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    RE A ««6 RFI ytEACHDDHAINGNEACH,

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    REO 468 RI freeze ; state ot free«

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    RIARACHD, .1. RIA 470 KiB j: md. (K

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    RIN i'5'2 RO (ilinn, 5. and Ros^,)

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    ROD 474 ROI viio, pre/, and Doiiiio

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    KUl 47'o ROL ROIMH-SMUAINICH, -idh,

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    RON r B ROT RON^-CHRAOS, -aois, -an

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    liUC 480 RUI 11 UC, -uic, -AN, J. m

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    RUN 482 S confident, trusty, trust-

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    S-VCAICHTE, pret. part. v. Loaded p

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    SAL 4S6 SAM SALACHAR, -air, -an, s.

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    SAO 4tt8 SAO rSaobh-sgeul,) A telle

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    SAR 490 SBA Mt of rescuing violentl

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    SEA 492 SEA iihuDniiig, avoiding ;

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    SEA 494 SEA quiet, tranquil; mild,

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    SEA 496 SEA fading ; causing to fad

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    SEI 4tìi* SEO SEIMHE. )*. /. ind.

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    SEO 500 SEU pert, V. Seòrsaich. Ar

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    SGÀILEACH. -EicHE, adj. fSgàil,)

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    SGA 504 SGA SGALLAIS, -E, -EAN, s.

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    SGE 506 SGE fiGEACHAGACH,-AiCHE,a

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    SGE 508 SGI SGEIREAG, -EiG, -AN, s.

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    SGI 510 SGI Quick, active, clever,

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    SGL 512 SGO air,) A habit of silly

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    SGO 514 SGR ing, liacking, scarifyi

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    SGR 516 SGR 8GKÌ3H, -JDH, SC.K-, V

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    SGU 518 SIA SGUAIN, -E, s, f. A tra

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    SIN >20 SIO plidh,) Simpkiiess ov s

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    SIT 522 SLA S Ì TH- A I GN K A C H

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    SLA 524 bLÌ firawling, trailing, o

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    SLl 526 SLU SLISEAG, -Kio, -AN, ».

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    SME 5'iS SMU SMÈIDEACH, -EicHE, ad

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    SNA 530 SNA SNAGARDAICH, -E, s.j. (

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    SNU 532 SOC Good lookÌDg, having a

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    SOI 534 SOI 801DEANACH, -aiche, adj

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    BOMALTACHD, SOM 536 SOR *. /. ind.

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    SPA 538 SPA wnlking proudly ; act o

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    SPE 640 SPI SPEIR, -E, -EAN, and -k

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    SPL 542 SPR SPLEUCHDAN, -xin, -an,

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    SPU 544 SRA splintering ; act of th

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    SRE Ò4(i SRU 8KEOTHARTA1CH, -e, s.

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    STA 548 STA Abounding in ditches; f

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    STE 530 STJ STEUD, -A, -AK, s. /. A

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    STR ÒÒ2 STR STRABAID, -E, -BAS> *

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    SUA 534 SUG SUAIL, -E, adj. Small,

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    SUJ 556 SITS ' Suipeir an Tiglieani

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    TAC 558 TA] aghoat; a weak, helpWss

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    TAI 560 TAL ' Tiirsinn as.' Flying,

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    TAO 562 TAR TAODi N, -AiN, -AN, s.

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    TAR 564 TEA TAIISUING, ) -s, adj. (

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    TEA 566 TBO marking with tar; a tar

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    TIA m8 TIO riADHAN, -AiN, -AN, s. m

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    TIU 570 TOI f lUGH, TMHE, adj. Thic

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    TOL 572 TOR TOLL, -AiDH, TH-, i: a.

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    TRE 574 TRl IREABHAILT, -e, -ean, f

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    TRO 576 TRU I TROMAICH, -iDH, THR-,

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    HnTÌng m iny tenants ; TUA 578 TUI

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    TUR 580 UAI TURGUI NEACH.-EiCHE, ad

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    v\s 589 UID b«rn ; genteel, polite

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    UIN 584 UMH churlish. U I FINN, -K,

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    URC 586 UBIT 0R-CHOILLEACH,-EiCHE,a

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    I ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY. tìjth

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    ABO 591 ABS ABOMINABLE, arf/. Grài

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    ABU 598 ACC ABUTMENT, i. Comh-chrio

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    ACI 595 AC (J ACID, adj. Geur, g

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    ADJ 597 ADR ADJUDICATION, s. Toirt

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    ADU 59'ì AFF ADD LTERESS, s. Ban-a

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    AFTER-BEARING, s. AFT 601 AGl Ath-c

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    ! AIR 603 ALI AIR-BORNE, adj. Eutro

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    ALL 605 ALT ALLOCATION, ^. Cur r'a

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    AMB 607 AMP AMBLE, ». Fàlaireachd

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    ANCHORESS, *. ANC 609 ANI Ban-mhana

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    ANT 611 ANV ANT, s. Seangan. ANT-BE

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    APP 613 APP APPEACHMENT, s. Diteadh

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    ARC 615 ARK ARCADE, s. Bogha fada,

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    ART 617 ASH rèitich, suidhich ; co

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    ASS 619 ASS ASSENTATION, i. Clatm-a

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    ATO 621 ATT ATOMIC AL, adj. Dadmunn

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    AUG 623 AUT e&s, piseacbail. AUGMEN

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    BAB 625 BAF BABBLER, ». Fear-faoin

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    BALUSTRADE, s. BAL 627 BAH Sreath p

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    BAR 629 BAT BARRICADE, s. Balla-bac

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    BEA 631 BED BEARINR-CI-OTH,*. Fallu

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    BEH BEN BEHONEY, V. a. Dean milis m

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    BES 63.3 BIB BE STAIN, r. n. Ciiir

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    BIN 637 BLA BIND, V. a. ani] n, Cea

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    BLE 609 BLO BLEACHERY, J. Blàr-Kti

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    JLU Ml BO I/ ich ; aimhreii, cnmhst

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    t BOO 643 BOU BOORISHNESS, s. Ludar

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    BRA 645 BRE BRAID, V. a. Figh, dual

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    i BRI 647 BRI BRICK, V. a. Leag le

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    BRO 649 BUD BROTHER, s. Biàthair;

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    I BUN 651 BUR BUNDLE, J. Ceanglacha

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    L BUX 653 CAG earach, beothall meam

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    CAL 655 CA CALUMNIOUS, ad;. Tuailea

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    CAP 657 CAR eorrnch, tiolpach, frio

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    I CAS 659 CAT s^aoil, 8gap, crath ;

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    CED 061 CEN CEDAR, s. Seudar, craob

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    CHA (563 CHA CHALLENGEABLE, adj. Cu

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    CHE 665 CHI CHEAPNESS, s. Saoirt-ad

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    CHO 667 CIC CHOUSE, J. Car, cuilbhe

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    CIK 6( Ì CLA RCUMROrATORY, adj. Cu

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    CLEARANCE, teisteanas. CLEARER, s.

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    CLU 67S COC CLUMP, i. bad, doine. S

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    COL 675 COM COLLATE, «;. a. Coimea

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    COM 6^7 COM COMMINGLE, v. a. and n.

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    COM 679 COM COMPILE, V. a Comh-chru

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    CONCEIVER naiah. CON 681 CON Beachd

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    CON 683 CON bàlrlg; coinh-labhair,

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    CON 685 CON oomb-cfaeangaii, comh-n

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    CON 687 CON CONSTABLESHIP, i. Dreuc

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    C(ÌN 61 9 CON CONTRIBUTIVE, adj. C

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    COR 691 COR CORALLINE, adj. Croimhe

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    ; cov 693 COU COVET, V. a. and n. S

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    CRA 695 CRl CRAZE, 1». a. Pronn, b

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    CRU 697 CUP CRUSH, s, Bruthadb, pro

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    cus 609 amh ; gnàthachadh, modh, p

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    DAS 701 DKH DASH, s. Comh-bhua.adb,

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    DEC 70» DEE UECISIVF.NESS, *. Dear

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    DEF 705 DEX DEFLAGRATE, r.o. Cuir '

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    DEM 707 DEP DEMI- DEVIL, s. Leth-dh

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    DEP 709 DF.S DEPURATE, v.a. Glati,

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    DES 711 DEV DESUME, V. a. Thoir o.

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    DIB lis DIM DYE,}"'"- ^* DIGESTER,

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    DIS 715 DIS DISALLOWANCE, s. Bacadh

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    DIS 717 DIS DISDAIN, I. Tkir, tarcu

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    DIS 719 DIS thoir oilbheum do, feai

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    DISTINGUISHABLE, n,lj. So-chomharra

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    DOM 723 DOW DOME, s. Aitreabli, tig

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    DRE 725 DRU DREAM, i. Aisling, brua

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    BUM 727 EAG DUMPISH, adj. Troni-ian

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    ECO 729 EGO ECONOMISE, V. a. Glèid

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    ; ELE 731 EMB I ! i I I I I ' i ! '

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    £MP 789 5ND EMPOVERISHMENT, s. Aim

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    ENR 785 ENU ENRAGE, V. a. cuir conu

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    Egu 737 EST EQUIVALENT,*. Ni co-lua

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    EVI 789 EXC EVIDENT, adj. Soilleir,

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    KXH 741 EXP EXHIBITORS, adj. A' noc

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    EXT 743 EYE tlXTENT, s. Farsuingeac

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    ; ; FAI 745 FAN FAIRY, adj. A bhuin

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    FAT 747 FEL FATTISH, nd/. Car ream

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    FES 749 FIL (TSSTIVITY, s. Aoibhiie

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    FIS 751 FLA FISHER-BOAT, x. Bat'-ia

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    FLI 753 FOA FLIT, V. a and n. Cuir

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    FOR 755 FOR ieifeadh seachad, sgur,

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    FOR 757 FRA «ach ; dealasach, teth

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    FRI 759 FUE FRIGORIFIC, adj. A'

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    FUR 7G1 GAL FURTHERMORE, adv. A thu

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    GAZ 763 GEO teann bheachtl, iiluth

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    GLA 765 GLU oillsioh, dòarsaich ;

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    GOU GOUTY, aJJ. Gu h-olc le tinneas

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    GRO 7RP GUI GKOAT, J. Ceithir sgill

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    HAH 771 IIAR dchaidhi fear righitiu

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    II A U 773 HEA HAUGHTINESS, s. Arda

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    HER 775 HIL HERB, s. Lus, luibh. HE

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    HOM HùiViE, *. Darliaidh, tamh-ion

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    HUM 779 HUT HUM, V. n. Dean torman,

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    JAPAN, 5. JAN 781 IGN JANGLER, t. F

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    LMB 783 LMM J MB RI CATION, s. Eaga

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    MP 785 IMP seadhaichte; earbsach, a

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    . INC INCIDENCE, s. Tuiteamas, tach

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    INC 789 IND INCUMBENT, adj. A' le.^

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    INE INEFFICACIOUS, adj. Neo-eifeach

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    ING 793 INL ^eur-chuiseach, seòlta

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    INS 795 INS INSENSATE, ai//. Neo-ml

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    INT 797 INT INTELLECTUALITY, s. Tui

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    L\T 799 INT INTERRUPTER, s. Fear-sm

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    1\V 801 JOL INVIOLATE, adj. Neo-chi

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    IRR ?y3 JUG IRREPKESEN TABLE, adj.

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    KEE 805 KNA KEEPEIISHIP, s. Gleidhe

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    LAC 8o; LAN 'iiACK, ». Uireasbhuid

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    LAT 809 LEA LATRATION, s. Comhaitai

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    LEG 811 LET LEGENDARY, a

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    LIG 813 LIN 1 LIGATION, 5. LIGATURE

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    LIV I LIVING, s. Beathachadh, teach

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    LOU 817 LUM LOUSEWORT. *. An lus ri

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    MAC 819 MAI SIACHINE, *. Obair inne

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    MAN 21 MAN MANDATE, s. Aithtie, ord

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    MAR 823 MAT MARTYRDOM, s. Bàs air

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    MEC 825 MEM MECHANICS, i. Ealaiii-c

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    ; MER 827 MIC as, mire, siigradb, a

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    MBI S29 MIS MIMICRY, s. Atharrais,

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    MIS 831 MIS MISJUDGE, r. u. Thoir m

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    MOM 833 MOO MOME, s. Burraidh. MOME

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    •*iOS 83à MUC MOST, adj. A's mo,

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    MUM 837 MUMMER, *. Fear cidhis, bal

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    NAR 839 NEC tpìocach, mìiMÌhar,

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    NET 841 NIP NET, r. n, Figh lion ;

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    NOO 843 NOW NOODLE, s. Burraidh, am

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    OAK 845 OBS 0\R, ^. R^mh OAR, )'. a

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    occ t^7 OFF OCCUU, t;. n. Tachair;

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    OPE 849 ORB OPENING, ». Fosgladh,

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    ORT c ORTHOGRAPHY, s. Ceart-sgnobha

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    OUT 853 PAC OUTDATE, r. a. Dean sea

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    ; ; PAL 853 PAR PALLIDNESS, s. achd

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    PAR Ì'ARTICIPATION, i. Comh-roiun,

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    PEA 859 PEL FEAR,*. Peur. PEA IlL,

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    PER 861 PER f OS, fiosrachd, fiosra

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    PER 863 PEW I'PJRSUASIBLE, adj. adh

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    PIE 865 PIP rjECE, s. Mir, breid, b

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    PLA 867 PLE achd ; fosgailte, treib

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    l^LU 869 POL PLUMPNESS, s. Siiltmho

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    POP 871 POS POPULOUS, adj. SHiaglim

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    PIIA 873 PRE 6eaAh alladh, ainmeala

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    PRE 87c PRE PRELECTOR, s. Searmonai

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    PRE 877 PRI PRETTY, adv. An eatorra

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    PRO 879 PRO PROCREANT, adj. siolmho

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    PRO 881 PRO PROPERTY, s. Buaidh, ca

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    PUBLICAN, 4-. PUB 883 PUN Fear-tigh

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    PUS 885 QUA PUSH-PIN, s. Claiche ph

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    QUESTK iNABLENESS; QUE 887 RAB Teag

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    RAM 869 RAT RAMBLING, adj. neo-shui

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    nEA 891 REC REAR, s. Peireadh, rtei

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    REC 893 RE aKCTJTUDE, t. Dirichead;

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    REG 895 KEJ KEGaLITY, s. Rloghalach

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    REM 897 REO REMEMBRANCER, s. Seanac

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    REP 899 RES REPRESSIVE, adj. Ceanns

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    RES 901 RET RESPONSIBLE, adj. Freag

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    ; ; ; REV 903 RID KlfiVISION.i.Ath-

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    RIP 905 Rojyj RIPPER, s. Reubair, s

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    nou ROUT, s. Pràbar, cumasg sluaig

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    SAC 909 SAL SACRA:\IENTAL, adj. Com

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    SAP 911 SAW 8APPINESS, s. Sùgharac

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    SCA 913 SCO 8CAVENGER,j.Clàbaraich

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    scu 915 SEC 8CULK, ti. n. earachd.

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    ; .EI 917 SEN ij I SEINE, s. Seorsa

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    ; ; ; SER 919 SHA SERVITUDE, .. Dao

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    SHE 921 SHO SHEKEL, s. Cùinn lùdh

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    SIIY 923 SMI fiadhaich; moiteil; fa

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    SKE 925 SLA SKEWER» ?. Dealg; bior

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    SLU 927 SNA SLUGGISHNESS, «. Leisg

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    SOL 929 SOP SOIL, I. Ùlr, talamh,

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    ; ; sou 931 SPE SOUTHERLY, ladj. De

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    SPI '.^33 SPR Sl^lTCriCOCK, r. a. P

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    SQU 935 STA «iaiì, dean sgiamh, d

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    STA 987 STI 5TAYEDXESS, i. Suidbich

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    STO 939 STR tfTOlNKFfU'IT, t. Meas

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    STR 941 SUB STRODE \ *' ^"'S'' chap

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    sue 943 BUG 8UBTILIATIO>, «. achad

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    SUP SUl» HUPERABOUND, v. n. Bilion

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    SUR 947 SWA SURPASSING, adj. Oirdhe

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    ^TTO 949 TAB WOO»N, s. Plathadh, n

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    TAP 951 TEA TAPER, adj. Biorach,bar

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    TE.N 953 TES TENDER, r. a. Tairg, c

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    THE 955 THR THERMOMETER. 1 5. Teas-

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    THU 957 TIN THUNDEROUS, adj. Torrun

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    TOL 1):ì9 TOU TOLLBOOTH, s. Toll-b

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    TRA 961 TRA TRAIL, V. a. and n. Sla

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    TRE 963 TRI TREMOUR, s. Crith, crio

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    TRU 965 TUM TR UCKLE, s. Kuithlean

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    TWE 967 uLI TWEAK, V. ft. Pioc, gò

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    UNA 969 UNC ash, neo-eauchainneach,

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    UiNC 971 UND aitichte; neo-foghluim

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    UNE 973 UNG UNEXPECTED, ad/. Gun fh

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    UNI 975 UNL rNlNSTai'CTED, adj. Neo

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    UNO 977 UNP UNOBSEQUIOUS,a(//, Eas-

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    ; UNQ 979 UNR UNQUIETNESS, s. Bli-s

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    ; ; UNS 981 UNS UNSHRINKING, adj. N

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    UNT 983 usw UNTIRED, flrfj. Neo-sgi

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    UPT 965 VAC CPTURN, V. a. Tilg suas

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    VAP 987 VEN VAPORISH, a^". Cainntt-

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    VER 9 9 VIC VERNAL, adj. Earrachail

  • Page 1003 and 1004:

    TLR 991 voc VJRGIMAL, «. Oigh-ched

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    WAD 993 WAN WADD, J. Luaidh dhubh.

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    WEA 995 WEA y/ ASTE R, «. Struidhe

  • Page 1009 and 1010:

    ! WEL 997 WHE WELCOMER, .-. i.

  • Page 1011 and 1012:

    WHI 999 WIL WHISTLE, n. a. and n. F

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    WIS 1001 woo WISHFUL, adj. Togarrac

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    WOR 1003 WRO ueo-fhiachail, neo-ài

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    yiE 1005 ZOO TIELDINGNESS, ». Lùb

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