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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

  • Page 2: G/o^'. Oo^. JAMES H. ilACKSONI MANU
  • Page 9: TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF GORDON, TH
  • Page 12 and 13: To the compilers of the other Dicti
  • Page 14 and 15: CONTRACTIONS USED IN THE FOLLOWING
  • Page 16 and 17: ABH : ÀBHACH, -AiCHE, adj. Humorou
  • Page 18 and 19: ACH ACHDUINN, -E, -EAK, s. /. See A
  • Page 20 and 21: ADH AGA tADUBHASJiACH, s. VI, A hop
  • Page 22 and 23: AIB 8 AIG t AiBHREANN, s. m. A Cast
  • Page 24 and 25: AIM ÌD AIM y\ILLEANT/i, wìj. Eeau
  • Page 26 and 27: AIN 12 AIN AINEAL, -EiL, s. m. (mor
  • Page 28 and 29: A IN 11 AIR AINTEANN, adj. Bound; v
  • Page 30 and 31: AIR AIRMSEACH, -iche, adj. Quick, e
  • Page 32 and 33: A[T 18 ALL ÀITHN-AN-LATHA, s. f. B
  • Page 34 and 35: AM 20 AMH AM,pos.pron. for mo. "Ann
  • Page 36 and 37: ANA 22 ANA ANABLAS, -Ais, s, m. Ins
  • Page 38 and 39: ) AN 24 AN AM-AOIBHINN, -e, aJj. Mo
  • Page 40 and 41: AN 26 AN AN lULMHOR. -oire, adj. Vo
  • Page 42 and 43: AN 28 AOI AN-TROM, -uiME, adj. Grie
  • Page 44 and 45: AON 30 AON AONACH, -AitH, -EAN, s.
  • Page 46 and 47: ARA 32 ARD ÀRA1D, adj. Certain ; p
  • Page 48 and 49: ARD 34 ARD ARD-GHAIRM, -GHAiRME, s.
  • Page 50 and 51: ARM 33 ARM-CHLEASACH, -AiciiE, adj.
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    ASA 38 ASR ASAL, gen. sing, of Asai

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    ATH 40 ATH ATH AINNE, s. vi. A fire

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    ATH 43 ATII ÀTH-CHRÈ, ATH-CHRIADH

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    ATH ATH-MHALAIRTICH, v. a. Re-excha

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    B, the second letter of the Gaelic

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    BAG BAGAILTEACH, a

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    BA] 50 BAI BAIN-TIGHEARNAS,-Ais, s.

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    BAL 52 BAN BALLACH, -AicuE,adj. Spo

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    BAN 54 BAN BAN-DIABHOL, -OIL, s.J.

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    BAO 56 BAR UAOGHALACH, -aiche, aJj.

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    BAR 58 BAR dition of a poet-laureat

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    iiAT BA-THIGH, See Bàthaiche. •t

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    BEA 62 BEA BEAN-STRIOPACHAIS, *./.

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    BEI 64 BEO -BEIRTE, prel. part. v.

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    BEU 66 BHE eath 'sua bhuail mi beum

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    BIA 68 BIAN, BE IN, s. m. A skin or

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    BIO 70 BIO BIOLAIRE, s./. Cresses;

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    BLA BLA f BlÀ, s. m. A town, villa

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    BLE 74 BLO BLEAGHAN, s. m. A dlbl.l

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    BOD 7G BOG BODACH-FLEASGAICH, s. m.

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    BOI BOISGEACH, adj. Gleaming; flami

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    BOR 80 BORR-SHÙIL, s. /. A full ro

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    BRA 82 captivity. A'm braighdeanas,

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    BRA 81 BRATHADAIR, -e, -eax, 5. m.

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    BRE 86 BRE BRÈIDE ACH, -ich, s.f.

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    BRI B 111 ATH R AIL, adj. Verbal. B

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    BRI BRISGEIN, -E, -EAN, s. m. Carti

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    BRO 92 BRO 13HOMACH, -Aicu,-A)CHEAN

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    BRU 94 pari. Ste Brucaièh. The act

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    BRU 96 BUA JUIUTHAISTE, 5./. Biosp.

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    BUA BUAIREASAICHE, Comp. and sup. o

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    ; BUI 100 BUJ BUIDHE-RUADII, a. Of

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    BULLA, s. m. A bowl, ball. BUL 102

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    BUT 104 CAB BUTARRAIS, s./. Confusi

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    CAG 106 CAl ra-chagailt, the sulphu

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    CAI + Caillea.mhnach, adj. Defectiv

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    CAI 110 CAI CAJREALL, -KILL, s. m.

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    CAI 112 CAL CAITHEAR, -RA, adj. Jus

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    CAM 114 CAN CAMADH, -AinH, s. m. an

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    CAO 116 CAO C AOCHLAN, -AiN, -Ay, s

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    CAO :18 CAO CAOL-UEÀRRSA, s. /. Na

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    CAR 120 CAR CARAINNEAN, s. threshed

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    CAR 122 CAS CARUCHADH, -aidh, *. w.

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    CAT 121 CAT C'^\TH, cÀiinE, and c

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    CEA 126 CEA CEAL-FHUATH, -uatha, -a

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    . CEA 128 CEA CEANN-CAOL, cinn-chao

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    CEA 130 CEA CEAPADH, -AiDH, s. in.

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    CEA 132 CEA t Ceachb, «. /. (i. e.

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    CEI 134 CEO CÈ1RTE, adj. Waxed; co

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    CEU 136 CHE CEUM, CEIM, pi. CEUMAN

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    CHU 138 CIA CHUM, conj. For, to, fo

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    cm 140 CIN CÌDHISEAKACHD, s. f. (C

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    CIO 142 CIO CIOMBOLL, -oiLL, -EAN,

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    CIU 144 CLA C1ÙINICH, -IDH, CH-, V

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    CLA 146 CLA t Cladhe, s.f. Genealog

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    CLA 148 (Claon, and Bnith,) Partial

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    CLE 150 CLI CJ.EITHEACHD, s. f. ind

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    CLI Ì52 CLO CLISNEACH, -iDH, s. m.

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    CLO 15+ CLU t Clòimh, 5. m. An ins

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    CLU 156 CNA CLÙ-NEAD, -SID, s. m.

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    CNE 158 CNO CNEASMHOIREACHD,5./:»i

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    COA 160 COG CO'-AONTACHD, s. f. Una

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    COI 162 COI COILEACHACH, adj. Like

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    COI I6t COI COIMH-DHREACHTA, adj. (

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    COI 166 COI COIMH-NEARTAICH, -idh,

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    COI COINNEAL-BHÀTH, -aiuh, ch-, v.

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    COI 170 COL COISG, -iDH, CH-, V. a.

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    t Com, s, m. Kindred. COM 172 COM f

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    COMHAONTADH, -aidh Comh-aonta. COM

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    COM 176 COM COMH-CHIALLACII, adj. (

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    COM 178 COiM CÙMHDACHADH, -aidh, s

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    COM 180 COM barmonious, sounding to

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    COxM 182 COM t CoMMLUAnAR, -AiDH, C

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    COM COMH-SHÌORRUIDH, adj. Co-t-ter

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    COM 186 CON COMUS, -uis, -AN, See C

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    CON 188 COR CONUSACH, -AirHj:, adj.

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    houses. COR 190 COS CORRAN-SGATHAID

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    COS 192 CRA CO'STADIJACIl.nr/;. Obl

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    CRA 194 CRA CRÀ1TEAG, -EiG, -AN, J

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    CRA 196 CRE RAic, s. (Craobh ami C

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    CRE 198 CRl pi. V. Creidhm. Gnawing

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    CRl 200 CRI ClllOMAUH, -AiDH, s. m.

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    ciir 202 CRO CRITHICH,-iDii,CHR-,r.

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    CRO 204 CRO CROIS-THACHRAIS, s. /.

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    CRU 206 CRU f Cruad, -uaid, s. ni.

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    CRU 208 CRU CRUJXINE-THOMHASACH, ad

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    CUA 210 CUA in ship-building; a pom

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    CUI 212 CUI CUIBHRIG, -irH, ch-, v.

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    CUI 214 CUI CUIMRIG, E, -EAN, s. f.

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    CUI 210 CUL grass, having a slim st

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    CUM 218 CUN CUMIIA, -CHAN, -is.m. M

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    ; CUR 220 DA CUKKAIL, -ALA, adj. Ma

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    f Daigh, v. a. Give. DA] 222 DAf f

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    DAN 224 DAO ». 7)1. A poem, a song

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    DEA 226 DEA *' Clia deftch nii'ii e

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    DEA 228 pp:a f Dealbhan de, -ain, -

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    DEA 230 DEA DEARC-IUBHAIR, -an-ilbh

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    . DEI 232 DEI j j ; DÈIBHLEID, -E,

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    DEI 234 DEO DEISGIOBUI., -uii,, s.

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    DIA 236 DIA DIABHOL, OIL, -BHLAN, s

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    DIG 238 DIO 1)1 G, uIge, s. /. A fi

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    DIG 240 DIG UÌOLTAIR, -EAN. See Di

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    DIT 242 DIU DÌTH-CHRE1DEAMH, -luii

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    . DOB 244 DOD I DoBADH, and Dobaii.

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    Dimness, daikness, obscui'ity ; iny

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    DON 248 DOR TJONAS, -Ais, (Do and S

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    DOT 250 DRA DO-THOGAIL, adj. Diffic

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    DRE 252 DRI DREAMLAINN, -e, «. f.

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    DRO 254 DRO (.Drocb, and Còmhluada

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    DRU 256 DRU Maeic, smrcry. Written

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    DUB 258 DUB DUBHAIRT, pret. interr.

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    DUI 260 DUL DUILGHE, adj. comp. or

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    DUS 262 EAC DUSLACHAIL, -ala, adj.

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    EAD 264 EAD ating ; act of separati

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    EAI 2( 6 EAN EAIRLEIGEADH, -idh. s.

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    EAR 288 EAS EAURANNAICH, -idh, dh'-

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    EIB 270 EIL È1BHLEAGACH, -aiche, a

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    EIS 272 EUC EISG, -E, -EAN, Ì s.f.

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    EUG 274 FAL EUGSAMHLACHD, s. f. ind

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    FAG 27G FA I ; FÀG, -AiDH, uii'rii

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    FAl 27B FAL FAIKEACHAUH, -aidh, -ea

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

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    FAO 282 ['^AR FAOINEALACH, -aich, )

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    Growth, increase ; FAS 284 FAT grow

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    FEA 286 FEA FEALL-CHÙINTE, prcl. p

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    TEA 288 FEI FEASCllADH, -aidii, s m

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    FEO 290 FIA FEOTHAS, -Ais, s. m. Am

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    FIA 292 FIL FJANUIS, -E, -EAN, s. y

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    FIO 294 FIO FÌON-GHÀRRADH,-AlDH,-

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    FIR 296 FLE and iochdrach,) Lowest.

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    FOC 298 FOG FOC ALL, -AiLL, s. VI.

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    , FOI 300 FOI FOINEACHD, «./. Inqu

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    FOL 302 FOR FOLAMHAICH, -idh, dh'fh

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    FRA 304 FRE FRAIGEIL, -K, adj. Oste

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    FRI 306 FRO FRITH-BHUILLE, -ean, s.

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    FUA 308 FUD FUAR-CHRABHACH, -AicH,

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    FUR 310 GA gach. More or most capab

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    GAD 312 GAI GADMUNNACH, -aiche, adj

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    GAI 3U GAL GAIRISIN, } s. VI. Honor

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    GAO 316 GAR GAOLACH, -AicHE, adj. (

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    GAS 318 GEA GASDAG, -AiG, -AN, s. f

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    GEA 320 GEI GEANNAIREACHD, s. f. in

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    GEU 322 GID edged ; acute in mind,

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    GIO 3:21 GIU GlOLAMACHU,.s. /, ind.

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    GLA 326 GLA GLAISDIDH, -E, af/j. Pa

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    GLE 328 GLl GLEADH, ^ Tricks, humou

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    GLO 330 GLL^ GLOG-SHUlLEACH,-iicHE,

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    GNE 332 GNU GNÈIDHEACH, -EicHE, 7

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    GOG 334 GOI GOGAIDEACH, -eiche, adj

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    GOR 336 GRA GORMADH, -AiDH, s. m. a

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    GRA 338 GRA GRAINICH, -iDH, GHR-, V

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    GRE 340 GRl GllEIGHEACH, -eiche, ad

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    GRO 342 GRU GRODAG, -AiG, -AN, s.f.

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    GUI 344 GUT GUINEACH, -EicH, 5./. (

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    lAR 346 IMN lAR-OGHA, -AicHEAN, s.

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    INN 348 lOL Sensible, wise ; high m

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    lOM 350 lOiM lOMARCHUR, -uiRE, s. m

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    ION 352 ION lONAD, -AID, -AN, 5. m.

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    ISE 354 IUN 1 SE, pron. pers, iiid.

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    LAG 356 LAI and Brigh,) Of little s

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    LAM 358 LAN An awkward handling or

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    LAO 350 LAS LAOGHAN, -AiN, -AN, s.

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    LEA 362 LEA notes iu music ; a head

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    LEA 364 LEI portant rule observed b

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    LEO 366 LET lion. LEOMHANTA, -aintk

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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, 7 -eichi, a

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    LON 374 LOT LONAN, -AiK, 4. in. (Lo

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    LUA 376 LUB LUAITHREANTA,-EiNTE.a(/

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    LUC 378 LUC Ealaidli,) Skilful pers

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    LUI 380 LUI (Luibh-bhiast,) Aboundi

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    LUN 3 2 LUS LUNNDRAIKN, -e, -ean, s

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    LUT 384 MAC LtìTHMHOR, -oiRz, adj.

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    MAG 386 MAI xear,) A jester, mocker

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    MAI 388 MAL AIRTIREACHD, s. f. ind.

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    MAO 890 MAO MAODALACH, -aiche, adj.

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    MAO 392 MAR MAOTH-ROSG ACH,-AiCHE,a

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    MAS 394 JVIEA MARTAIR, -E, -EAN, s.

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    MEA MEA MEa^BHAG, -aig, -an, s. J.

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    JMEA 398 MEA achd and Cunntadh,) A

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    MEI 400 MEI AIÈIL, -B, -EAN, s.f.

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    MEU 402 MAI MEURANACH, -aiche, adj.

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    MIC 404 MIC MI-CHAOMHACH. -aiche, n

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    MIE 4106 MIG MI-EAGNAIDHEACHD,s./,

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    i4ÌL 408 MIN MILLTEAR, -eir, -an,

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    MIN 410 MAI MINIC, adj. and adv. Of

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    MIR 41ì: MIS MIK, -iDH, MH-, r. a.

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    MIT 414 MIU MI-THABHACHDACH, -aiche

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    MOI 416 MOL MOIBEAL, -EiL, -AN, s.

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    MOR 418 MOR Pride, pomp, magnificen

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    MUC 420 MUI MÙCHTA, pret. pari. v.

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    um 422 MUL MUIR-BHllÙCHD, -AN, s.m

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    N 424 NAI N N. n. The eleventh lett

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    NAO 426 NEA and pres. part, v, Naon

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    NEO 428 t^EO KEO-BHAlGHElL, -e, aJJ

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    NEO 430 NEO NEO-CHCIRTEIL, -k, adj.

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    NEO 432 NEO (Neo, Grad and Car,) Ln

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    NEO 434 NEO Soilleir,) Indistinct,

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    NIA 436 NUA NIALACH, -AiCHE, adj. P

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

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    OIL 440 OIR OILEARAC;H, -aich, s. m

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    OMH 442 ORD OMHAIL, -E, s. f. Provi

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    OSM 444 PAI OSM AG, ì -AiG, -AN, s

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    PAI 446 PEA PÀ1RTICHE, -EAN, s. m.

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    PEI 448 PIA PEILEID, -E, -EAK, s. A

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    PIO 450 PIO the bag-pipe; act of pi

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    PLA 452 PLE pari. V. Plamraich. A u

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    PLO 454 PLU PLODAICHE, s. /. ind. (

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    POG 456 POS POGAIREACHD, s. f. ind.

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    PRI 458 PP' PRf NEACHADH, -aidh, s.

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    PRO 460 PUN PRONNTA, adj. andpret.

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    RAB 462 RAG ìng, advertisement ; a

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    RAM 464 RAO KÀMHACH,-AicHE, aJj. (

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    REA 466 RE I REACHDDHAINGNEACH, -ei

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    REO 468 RI freeze; state of freezin

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    RIARACHD, s. , Riaiachadh. RIARAICH

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    RIN 47i RO (Rinn, s. and Rosf,) App

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    ROD 474 ROI (Ro, pre/, and Doinionn

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    ROI 476 ROL ROIMH-SMUAINICH, -idh,

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    RON 478 ROT RONN-CHKAOS, -aois, -ak

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    RUC 480 RUI RUC, -VIC, -AN, s. m. A

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    RUN 482 confident, trusty, trust-wo

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    SAC 484 SA] SACAICHTE, pret. part.

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    SAL 486 SAM SALACHAR, -aib, -an, s.

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    SAO 488 SAO (Siiobh-sgeul,) A telle

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    SAR 490 SBA act of rescuing violent

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    SEA 492 SEA Shunning, avoiding; to

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    SEA 494 SEA quiet, tranquil; mild,

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    SEA 496 SEA Fading; causing to fade

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    SEI 498 'EO SÈIMHE, is. f. ind. (S

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    SEO 500 SEU part. V. Seòrsaich. Ar

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    SGA 502 SGA SGÀ1LEACH, -EiCHE, adj

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

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    SLÌJi 50G SGE SGEACHAGACH,-AicHE,n

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

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    SGI 510 SGI Q.iick, active, clever,

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    SGL 512 SGO air,) A habit of silly

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    SGO 514 SGR ing, hacking, scarifyin

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    SGR 516 SGR SGKÌBH, -iDH, SGU-, V.

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

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    SIN 520 SIO plidh,) Simpleness or s

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    SIT 522 SLA SÌTH.AIGNEACH, -eiche,

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    SLA 524 SLI drawling, trailing, or

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    SLI 526 SLU SLISEAG, -Eia, -an, s.

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    SME 528 SMU SMÈ1DEACH, -EicHE, adj

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    SNA 530 SNA SNAIMEANACH, -aiche, ad

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    SNU 532 SOC (lood looking, having a

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    1 SOI 534 SOI SOIDEANACH, -aiche, a

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    SOM 536 SOR SOMALTACHD, s. f. bid.

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    SPA 538 SPA WHlking proudly ; act o

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    SPE 540 SPI SPEIR, -E, -EAN, and -E

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    SPL ìi2 SPR SPLEUCHDAN, -ain, -an,

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    SPU 544 SRA splintering ; act of th

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    SRE 546 SRU SREOTHARTAICH, -k, s. f

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    STA 548 STA Abounding in ditches; f

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    STE 550 STI STEUD, -A, -AK, i.f. Ar

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    STR 652 STR STRABAID, -E, -EAK, i.

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    SUA 554 SUG SU AIL, -E, adj. Small,

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    SUI 55G sus * Suipeir a.ìt Tighear

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    TAG 5Ò8 TAI a ghost; a weak, helpl

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    TAI 560 TAL ' Tàirsinii as.' Flyin

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    TAO 562 TAR V. Taoghail. Frequentin

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    TAR 564 TEA TARSUING, ) -E, adj. (T

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    TEA 566 marking with tar; a tar mar

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    TIA TIADHAN, -AiN, -AV, s. v>. A li

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    TIU 570 TOI TIUGH, TiGHE, adj. Thic

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    TOLL, -AIDH, TH-, perforate. TOLL,

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    ) TRE 574. TRI TRIOABHAILT, -e, -ea

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

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    TUA 578 TUI Having many tenants; of

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    TUR 580 ITA TURGUlNEACH,-EiciiE,a(y

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    UAS 582 UID born ; genteel, polite

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    UIN 584 UxMH Ù1N, -E,} s.f. ind. T

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    URC 586 URU ÙR-CHOILLEACH,-EicHE,a

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    AN ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY. A, th

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    ABG 591 ABS ABOMINABLE, a

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    ABU 503 A€C ABUTMENT, s. Comli-ch

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    AC 595 ACU ACID, adj. Geur, g'^vt,

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    AD J 597 ADR ADJUDICATION, s. Toiit

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    ADU 599 AFF ADULTERESS, «. Baii-ad

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

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    AIR 603 ALT AIR-BORNE, nrf;. Eutrom

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    ALL 605 ALT ALLOCATION, s. Cur r'a

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    AMB C07 AMP AMBLE, s. Fàlaireachd,

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    ANC 609 ANI ANCHORESS, s. Ban-mhana

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    ANT Gil ANV ANT, a. Seangan. ANT-BE

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    APP 613 APP APPEACHMENT, s. Dheadb,

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    ARC 61ij ARCADE, s. bhoaha. Bogha f

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    ART ARTICHOKE, .?. Fniusgag. ARTICL

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    ASS 619 ASS ASSENTATION, s. ClHon-a

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    ATO 621 ATT ATOillCAL, adj. Dadmunn

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    AUG 623 AUT AUGER, s. Toia, boircal

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    BAB 625 BAF BABBLER, J. Fear-faoin-

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    BAL 627 BAR BALUSTRADE, s. Sicath p

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    BAR 629 BAT BARRICADE, s. Balla-bac

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    BEA 631 BED BEARING-CLOTH, s. Fallu

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    BEH 633 BEN BEHONEY, V. a. Dean mil

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    BES 635 BIB BEST A IN, I. a. Ciiir

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    BIN G37 BLA EIND, I', a. and 7!. Ce

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    KLEACHERY, ^. BLÌi-gealachaidb, tl

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    U1*B- bLV 641 BOL ich ; ainihieil,

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    BOO 643 BOU BOORISHNESS, s. I.udara

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    BRA BRAID, i'. a. Figh, dualaidi. B

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    lìxHI 647 Bill B RICK, V. n. Lesg

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    BRO 649 BUD BROTHER, s. Bràthair ;

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    ; BUN 651 BUR BUNDLE, s. Ceanglacha

  • Page 667 and 668:

    BUX 653 CAG earach, beotliail meamn

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    CAL 655 CAN CALUMNIOUS, adj. Tuaile

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    CAP G57 CAR eorracb, tiolpacli, fri

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    CAS 659 CAT sgaoil, sgap, crath ; c

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    CED G61 CEN CEDAR, s. Seudar, craob

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    CHA 663 CHA CHALLENGEABLE, adj. Cun

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    CHE 665 CHI CHEAPNESS, s. Saoircad.

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    CHO 667 CIC CHOUSE, 5. Car, cuilbhe

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    CIR 669 CLA CIRCUMROTATORY, adj. Cu

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    CLE 671 CLO CLEARANCE, s. Barantas-

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    CLU 673 COC CLUMP, *, Sgonn, ploc,

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    COL 675 COM COLLATE, V. a. Coimpas,

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    COM 677 COM COMMINGLE, v. a. and n.

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    COM 679 COM COMPILE, V. a Comh-chru

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    CON 681 CON CONCEIVEll, i. Beaihdai

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    CON 683 CON bàirig ; coinh-labhair

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    CON 685 CON comh-cheangail, comh-na

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    CON 687 CON CONSTAKLESHIP, s. Dieuc

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    CON 689 CON ( ONTRIBUTIVE, ml;. Cui

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    COR 691 COR CORALLINE, adj. Croimhe

  • Page 707 and 708:

    GOV 693 COU COVET, V. a. and n. Sai

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    CRA 695 CR] CRAZE, V. a. Pinrin, br

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    CRU 697 CUP CRUSH, s. Biuthadh, pro

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    cus 699 amli ; gnathachadh, moilli,

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    DAS 701 DEB DASfl, s. Comh-bhua'.ad

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    DEC 705 DEE DECISIVENESS, s. D.aibh

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    DEF 705 DEL DEFLAGRATE, v. a. Cuir

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    DEM 707 DEP DKMI-DEVIL, J. Leth-dhi

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    DEP 709 DES DEPURATE, V. a. Glan, s

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    DES 711 DEV DESUME, t;. a. Thoiro.

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    DIE, DYE, Dath DIE 713 DIM DIE, is.

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    DISALLOWANCE, easg, diultadh. T)IS

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    DIS 717 DIS Dl SU AIX, I. Thir, tar

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    DIS 7i9 DIS tlioli oilbheum do, fea

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    DIS 7'2l DIV DISTlNGUISHAnLE, ndj.

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    DOM 723 DOW DOME, s. Aitreabli, tig

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    ; DRE 725 DRU DREAM, s. Aisling, br

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    DUM 727 EAG DUMPISH, adj. Trom-innt

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    ECONOMISE, t deadh bhuil. ECO 729 E

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    ELE 731 Ex\I13 ELEVATOR, 4. Togalai

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    EMP 733 END EMPOVERISHMENT, s. .Aim

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    EXR 735 ENU LNRAGE, V. a. Feargaich

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    EQU 7S7 EST EQUIVALENT,*. Ni co-lua

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    EVI 739 EXC EVIDENT, adj. Soilleir,

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    EXH 741 EXP EXHIBITORY, adj. A' noc

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    EXT 743 EYE EXTRAVAGANCE, is. Ana-m

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    FAI 745 FAN FAIRY, adj. A bhuineas

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    FAT 747 FEL FATTISH, adj. Car leain

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    FES 749 FIL FESl IVITY, s. Aoibhiie

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    'IS 751 FLA FlSHER-BOAT, s. Baf-ias

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    FLI 753 FOA FLIT, V. a and n. Cuii-

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    FOR FOR leigeadh seachad, sgur, sta

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    FOR 757 FRA Htacli ; dealasach, tet

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    FRI 759 FUE FRIGORIFIC, adj. A' dea

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    FUR 761 GAL FURTHERMORE, adv. A thu

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    ; ; GAZ 763 GEO teann bheachd, dlii

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    GLA 765 GLU Boillsicli, dòarsaich

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    GOU "67 GRA (iOUTY, aflj Cu h-olc l

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    GRO 7 CD GUI G ROAT, t . Ceithir sg

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    HAH 771 tìAH adbaidh ; fear righin

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    HEA 774 HER HEATHY, o4;. Fraochach,

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    HIL (76 HOM HILT, s. Cas, lànah. H

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    HOR 778 HUL HORTATORY, adj. Eaialac

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    HUZ 780 JAN HUZZA, s. tiàir, comh-

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    IGN 782 1MB IGNOMINIOUS, adj. > Mio

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    IMP 784 IMP IMP, ». Aiin-spioiad,

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    IMP 786 INC IMPULSIVE, adj. Gluasad

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    TNC 788 INC INCONGRUITY, *. Neo-fhr

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    IND 790 INE nireasbhuidheacli ; eas

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    INF snaracb, ni'a suaraiche, a's su

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    INL 794 INS INLAY, t'. a. Cairich a

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    INS 796 INT tnsachd, dùrachdach, c

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    INT im LNT INTERIM, s. An t-am, 's

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    INT 800 INV INTRODUCTION, s. Treòr

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    JCh 80S IRR JOLT, V. a. and n. Crat

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    JUG 804 KEE JUGGLER, J. Cleasaiche;

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    KNA LAC KNAP, V. a. and n. criom ;

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    LAN 808 LAT LANDLORD, *. Uachdaran,

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    LEA 8it> LEG LEAFLESS, adj. Gun dui

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    LEV 812 LIG LEVERET, s. Cuilein mai

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    LIN 814 LIV LINSEY-WOOLSEY, adj. Di

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    LON 816 LOU LONGITUDE, s. Fad; iai-

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    LUM 818 MAC LUMPISH, adj. Troni, in

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    MAI 820 MAN tèarmunn ; teachd-an-t

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    MAN 822 MAR MANURE, ». Mathachadh

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    IMAT 824 MEC MATRICULATION, s. Ainm

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    MEM 826 MER MEMENTO, *. Cuimhneacha

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    MIC 828 MIM MICHAELMAS, s. FciU-mic

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    MIS 830 MIS MISADVENTURE,.!. Mi-she

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    MIS 832 MOL MISUSE, s. Mi-blmileach

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    MOO 834 MOS MOOllY, adj. Mointeacha

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    MUC 836 MUM MUCILAGE, s. Slamban, s

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    MUTILATION, y. MUT 838 NAR Cimramac

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    NEC 840 NET NECESSITUDE, s. Lireasb

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    NIT 843 NON NIT, s. Sneamh, ubh mia

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    NOW 844 OAK NOWHERE, adv. An aite s

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    OBS 846 occ OBSEQUIOUSNESS, s. Ùmh

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    OFFUSCATE, v. a. OFF 848 OPE Neulai

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    ORB S50 ORT ORBICULAR, adj. A leth-

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    OVE 852 OUT OVERLOOK, V. a. Atnhair

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    PACIFICATION, J. PAC 854 PAL Ciuine

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    PAR 866 PAR PARALLELISM, s. Co-shin

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    PAT 858 PEA PATENTEE, '. Ftai-còra

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    PEL 860 PER PELTMONGER, s. Ceaimaic

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    PER 862 PER PERMANENCE, ) 5. Buanas

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    PEW 864 PIE TEWTERER, s. Gobha-feò

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    PIP S66 FLA I'lPE, s. Piob, feadan

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    plp: 868 PLU PLEASANTRY, s. Ciidhea

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    POL 870 POP POLITE, adj. Cùiiteil,

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    POS 872 PRA POSTULATE, *. dearbhadh

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    PRE 874 PRE PRECONCERTED, adj. Roim

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    - PRE 876 PRE PRESCRIPT, is. Seòla

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    PRl 878 PRO PRINCESS, i. Ban-phrion

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    PRO 880 PRO PROGRESS, s. Cùrsa, I

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    PRCtTESTER, s. PRO 882 PUB

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    PLTN 884. PUS PUNY, adj. Crion, bea

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    QUA • e 6 QUE QUALIFY, V. a. Deas

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    RAB 888 RAM RABBET, s. Thth, gleus.

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    RAT 890 REA RATABLE, adj. Luachail,

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    RECKONING, i. REC 89j REC Meas, cun

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    RE 8 4 REG RE-ESTABLISH, v. a. Ath-

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    REJ 896 REM mire, bi ait, bi aoibhi

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    KEO 898 REP REORDINATION, s. Ath-ò

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    RES 900 RES EESENT, V. a. Gabh gu d

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    RET 902 REV RETOUCH, V. a. Ath-bhea

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    RID 904 RIP RIDGIL, \s. Ruige, ruig

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    ROM 906 ROU ROMP, V. n. chleasachd.

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    RUM 908 SAC HUMP, s. Rumpull, feama

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    SAL 910 SAP SALSUGINOUS, adj. A let

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    SAW 912 SCA SAW, V. a. Shbh. SAWDUS

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    SCO 914 scu SCOT-FREE, adj. Saor; g

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    SEC 916 SEG SECONDARY,.?. Fear.-ion

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    SEN 918 SER SENTINEL, J. Fear-faire

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    SHA 920 SHE 5H.\ME, V. a. and n. N

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    SHO 922 SHY SHOPKEEPER, s. Feai-bù

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    SIM 924 SKB fhìllteachd, trèibbdh

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    SLA 926 SLU SLAYER, s. Mortair, mur

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    SNA 928 SOI SNARY, adj. Ribeachail,

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    SON 930 SOU SO NG ST E II, x. Orana

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    SPE 932 SPI SPECTATOR, s. Fear-amha

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    SPREADER SPR 934 Fear sgaoilidh ; f

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    STA 936 STA STAMP, .1. Aile; dealbh

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    STI 938 STO STI FFEN, V. a. and n.

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    SRR 940 STR STRAW, «. FoJar ; coii

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    SUB 942 SUB SUBDUEIt,!. Fearceannsa

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    SUG 911 SUP eeann, cuir an ciilmlui

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    SUP 946 SUPPLY, » (J. Deansuas; cu

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    ; ; SWA 948 swo SWARM, V. 71, Tiona

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    TAG 950 TAP TACH E, s. Cromag, lub,

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    TEA 952 TEN TEARFUL, adj. Deurarh,

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    TES 954 THE TESTUDINATED.flrf;. Bog

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    THR 956 THU THRALDOM, «. Trkilleal

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    TIN 958 TOL TINKER, i. Cèard. TINK

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    TOU 960 TRA buin rl, ciiir meur air

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    TRA 962 TRE TRANSPLANT, v. a. Athar

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    TRI 964 TRU TRIP, s. Bacag, cas-bha

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    TUM 966 TWA easacli, mi-riaghailtea

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    ULT 968 UNA ULTIMATE, adj. Deireann

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    UNC 970 UNC UNCLERICAL, arfj. Neo c

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    UND 973 UNE UN13ISCERNED, adj. Neo-

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    UNO 974 UNI l.-hte, iieo-Bma('hdaic

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    UNL 976 UNN UNLOOSE, V. a. Fuasgail

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    UNPO!:.T[CAL, UXP 978 Ij. Neo-bhkrd

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    UNR 980 UNS UNROL, V. a. Fosgail, f

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    UNS 982 UxVT UNSUITl NG, adj. Neo-f

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    UNW 984, UPS UNWEAKENED, adj. Neo-a

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    VAC 966 VAP VACCARY, i. Bhthaiche,

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    VEN 988 VEH VENATION, 5. Faoghaid,

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    VIC 990 VIR MCTORIOUSNESS, $. Buail

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    ^: voc 992 WAD VOCIFEROUS, adj. Beu

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    WAN 994 WAS feòlmhor, macnusach, i

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    WEAKLY, adj. breòite. WEAKNESS, .5

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    WHE 993 W'HI \V FT HRE, adv. C aite

  • Page 1014 and 1015:

    \TIL 1000 WIS neo-àitichte ; creag

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    woo 100« WOR WOOD, I. 1-iodhj conn

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    WRO 1004 YIE WRONGFUL, adj. Eu-cora

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