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An Irish-English dictionary - National Library of Scotland

An Irish-English dictionary - National Library of Scotland

An Irish-English dictionary - National Library of

  • Page 2 and 3: 'fÁ- m im^ :!k,' «^ l\.
  • Page 4 and 5: CxJ/pMMi I U-^'^
  • Page 7 and 8: AN IRISH-ENGLISH DICTIONARY, WITH C
  • Page 9 and 10: THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE. The great uti
  • Page 11 and 12: THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE. price of a si
  • Page 13 and 14: ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
  • Page 15: Franciscan Friar, a.d. 1662. The or
  • Page 18 and 19: ALPHABETICAL LIST, ETC. Cor., Cor.
  • Page 20 and 21: ALPHABETICAL LIST, ETC Uraicecht. U
  • Page 22 and 23: REMARKS ON THE LETTER A. the conson
  • Page 25 and 26: AciiiuyAn, ackinhusa7i,s. a reproof
  • Page 27 and 28: Aen AER ^BA AGA
  • Page 29 and 30: ^mli AIDH ^iSli AIGH ArobeileAc, ai
  • Page 31 and 32: Aitii-óeoin, aimhdheoin, s. unwill
  • Page 33 and 34: AinpAC, ainfltiach, b a great price
  • Page 35 and 36: AIR Ai]\ceA-oAi]\ci]', airchis, s.
  • Page 37 and 38: AIR AIR Ail\5Í:eAC, airgtheach, s.
  • Page 39 and 40: AIS AIT Aij-je-ó, aisgedh, s. a de
  • Page 41 and 42: v\idii, aitin, s. f. a hat, a cap;
  • Page 44 and 45: Amh AMH AiiiA]-, amlias, s. ni. a w
  • Page 46 and 47: Anbh ANBH AND AnAincoi'ó, anamchoi
  • Page 48 and 49: Atltl ANN- ANS zeAC,anroidhteach, a
  • Page 50 and 51: AOI AON AoibeAl,, aoihiieal, s. f.
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    Aji, ar, s. m. slaughter, destructi

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    A]\iiiA]\

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    A]~OA]\óin, asdarotr, s. a porter.

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    Azh ATII Aull Atcox^óX), atliclwga

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER B. i is the s

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    Ai BAI bAi BAI battle, conflict, sk

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    Ai BAI bAi BAI bAiriTjeAl, bainsgea

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    ^ii BAN bAii BAN DAt-tJAt-A^i, hull

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    AR BAR bAii BAR bAoi]', baois, s. f

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    AC BAT beA BEA bAi'bjíui'óeAC, ha

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    e^ BEA beA BEA béAtt)Ac, bealbhach

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    heA BEA beA BE A bé.\i\, hearlagar

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    en BEN beo BEO béi'pc, beist, gen.

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    it) BID biL biATDAC, biadhach, adj.

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    io BIO bill BIR biolAH-cjiAJA, hiol

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    lA BLA ble BLE 'blMncéAT), hlaince

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    och BOCII bo-o BOD b\-0|'5Aitn, blo

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    oi BOI bot BOL boigbéAt-AC-o, hoif

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    OR BOR bou EOT bonn-pAii, honn-sian

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    iu\ BRA btlA BRA bpAijeAC, braighea

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    ne BRE bne BRE chequer, embroider,

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    ne BRE bill BRI b^ieifVeAC, hreisle

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    uo BRO bno BRO buifeoj, briseog, se

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    ftu BRU biiii BRU bi\ofnugAt), bros

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    UA BUA bllA BUA bnui^cAjA, bruscar,

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    uA BUA bill buAlcpAniiAC, lualchran

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    un BUN bun BUN buipbokinicini, buir

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER C letters nat

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    C.V5 CAG CAT CadaIcac, cadaltacli,

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    CAitlec-oióce, caillech-oidhche, s

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    CAI CÁii', cuts, s. f. an eye ; se

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    CAl CAL c^m CAM CAlbAc, calbhach, s

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    CAticÁin, cantain,3. f. speaking,

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    CAomÁn, caomhan, s. a noble person

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    a pagan altar ; a pile of stones ;

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    CAUh CATH CEA CÁCA, cata, 9. m. ix

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    CeAOUjoi-o, ceaditghadh, s. m. peii

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    C&Ann]iui]-5, ceannruisg, s. m. a b

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    Ce.\]\ctÁ)\, ceartlar, s. m. the c

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    . cei CEI CEI ' to rise, stand; adj

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    CIA CIA CeirjiAlltiA, ceitgiallna,

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    Ciniiiiol, cinmhiol, s. a pictuie.

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    Cifem, císíín, s. f. a basket, p

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    CtA CLA cte CLE CIaoj, claogli, s.

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    do CLO do CLO CliojA^iCA, cliocfart

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    do CLO CNA CluApiiAocÁn, cluasmhao

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    CnmiiieAC, cnuimkeach, \ adj. aboun

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    Cói5eAt)Ac, coigeadliach, adj. pro

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    C ó:mf6e&c, coimMdheach,'^ s. m. a

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    CoinmiTi, coinnimh, s. f. protectio

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    cot COL col Col Coiceoip, coiteoir,

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    coinli COM II cotnh COMil 's. m. a

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    COITlh COMH cotnh COxMH Cóyic^\uiT

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    comli COM II coinli COMH CómitiAOi

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    con CON CON Cóiiicponi, comluhrom,

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    Cotifoiin, coiisain, s. f. a conson

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    Co)incA, corrtha, adj. weary, fatig

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    CpAin, crain, s. f. a sow; a goose;

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    CRe CRE cue CRE C)\eA5iiu\]\, creag

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    Cnennmi, creumni,! x - ° _' . . >

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    C]»ocAt), erocatl, s. barley brotl

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    C]\occA5, crottag, s. a sort of plo

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    CnucACATJ, cruthachadh, see c]AUCU5

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    CuibeAi", cuihhens, s. decency. Cui

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    CuinjeAc, cuinaeach, sec CI11115111

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    cum CUM cumli CUxMH CulyAic, culpai

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    Cu|\ACA, curata, adj. heroic, brave

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    T), d, the third letter of the Iris

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    OAlllh DAMH DAO •OaIIoj, dalloij,

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    "OCA DEA DEA "OACvXjmoiiCAC, dathaq

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    TJeAJfomptAC, Jeaffhshomplach, adj.

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    'Oeci.pjÁn-Alc, deargan-tth, s. a

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    "OeijiiieoifOAct), deighmheasdachd,

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    "Oeo, dco, s. brcatli, air; adv. ev

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    oib DIB DID "OiAnloi-jAt), dlanlosg

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    "OniinitJeACX), dimnidheachd, s. sa

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    •oio DIO DIO "Oíóip]", clioisis

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    T)ío|vi-Áii, diorsan, s. m. bad n

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    •olo DLO •Olll DLU "OlAirii, dl

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    oovii DOFII DOI teacher, a lesson.

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    oot DOL oonili DO^IH "OoinlJceiiuTD

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    "Oo^iUvc, dorlach, s. m. a bundle,

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    one DRE -one DRE "0)^]^)*, adv. An-

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    "Ojiocboitl, drochhhail, s. f. ill

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    Opuicoin-TnonA, druichdin-mona, s.

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    "OUI DUI DUI "Oubloic, duhlihith, s

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    'Oiiliwine, dukaine, s. f. a female

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    e^ch EACH EAD „ . , "Í adi. mad,

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    , eSi EAL e^l GAgtAi^'-CACUJA'ó, e

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    eAjACA-iucriA, earca-iiicna, white

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    Gaj'jaL, easgal, s. m. a sound, a n

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    em EID EID 6t3ceAn5CA, edteangtha,

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    eiti EIN EIR Giiii, eimh, s. f. a h

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    dciotxMTii, eitiolaim, ? , t fl^' '

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    v-\ FA VAbll &115TÍ1AI1', eugmhais

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    V.\i V

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    V, faisneachd, s. f prophesying. )-

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    VAO FAO V^O FAO pAiiAy, fanas, s. a

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    VAS FAS ye A pAjipÁncA, /awania, a

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    VeA FEA VeA FEA VeAj, feag, s. m. a

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    Vexjh FEDH \:e^ FEI i(:e&\-&m\}A, f

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    vein FEM Veo FEO V. I rest, remain

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    iA FIA KU\ ViAcokl-leogAin, fiacal-

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    pin FIN po FIO y^h'o, jUidh, s. m.

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    V\o Viomii]i, fioinitr, s. f. tlie

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    vii FLI Vobli FOBII ploiiceAiiiriA]

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    Vo^h FOGH poi FOI yoriummeAciwij/od

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    vol FOI vol FOI VóipceA'OAt., foir

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    ÍTOl FOL vol FOL polACÁii, yb?ac/

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    VOH FOR von FOR law ; cessation, ar

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    V03 FOS Vouli rOTH j-'opceAc-ooiiii

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    ptll FEI PKI FRI y\\eAm^ocóX, frea

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    VUA FUA VUA FUA y\\o-^A\m, froghaim

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    pub FUB VU1 FUI puAi-gAlAitn, fiiax

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    pun FUR Viir FUT y\u]\m]\ fuirnis,

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    ;Abh GABII 5Ae GAE gAlJAjAn, (jithh

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    5A1 GAl (iAI gATnlbiii cjieiijAc, g

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    5v\o GAO 5.\llcj\umpA, s. a trumpet

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    5AK GAR 5.\s GAS 5A]i'bclÚT)dc, (l

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    Ee^ GEA ^e^ GEA geAllcA, geallta, p

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    Sei GEI Sei GEI 5eAUA]i, geatar, v.

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    5»b GIB 51111 GBI 5eo]-AioÁn, gco

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    5'0 GIO 5IA GLA JioiiipeAnn, giomhr

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    5^A GLA gle glAnpA-OAjiCAC, glanrad

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    51-1 GLI 5I0 GLO glinnceAC, glinnth

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    snA GNA 51111 GNU 5nÁcbéiJ]\l-A,

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    501 GOI 5011 ^oileA-ó, goileadh, s

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    ^^IA GRA SIM GRA 5]i'-wt)An, gradhd

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    5tie GRE 5iie GRE 5]ieAm-Tn Alone,

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    sni GRI 5U0 GRO 5t"nneAT), grinnead

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    5«^ GUA 5«i GUI JuAipfjeAc, guair

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTERS H AND I. is

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    u\s IAS i-oli IDH lA)inói]i, iarno

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    ITTOh IMDH Ini, Í7n, s. f. butter;

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    Ill-oil IXDII i"5 ING InÁicijce, i

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    Innilc, iimilt, s. f. a handmMd. Ii

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    lolcoiiiAccAc, iolehomhachtach, a.

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    1onTÓO]AUf, iomd/wrus, s. the lint

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    1onAol

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    lonni^AC, ionnsach, a. sorrowful, f

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    iruli ITTÍI lUS 1]-le, isle, a. lo

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    I tA5 LAG lu\ Lo\.y^.^yjadornas, \

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    IvMiih LAMH tAtI LAN Laicij, laitli

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    lAS LAS leA tAoi-oeOkt), laoicUiead

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    teA LEA tes LEA Lei-vJAiin, leaglia

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    \.eA LEA lei LEI LeAcciMtiiine, lea

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    lei leo LEO teij-se, leisoe, s. slo

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    tibh LIBH tin LIN LiAj, Hag, see le

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    Itdi LITH lobli I.OBH Liotin, lionn

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    torn LOIR lom LOM LoiceAC, loicheac

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    tos LOS lllA LUA toiic, lore, s. m.

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    tub LUB LUT) LUD ttióCA-ó, luatJi

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    lUf LUÍ lus LUS Lmiiiin, liiimin,

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    tus LUS tiich LUTII 'Lu]--iiAn-l^oc

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    IlKVoll MADH 11UV5 MAG 11K\cnAi*men

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    inAilliu^ATÓ, mailliugliadh, s. an

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    11K\iói-o, maloid, s. f. a flail,

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    IllAociiieipcnit), maot/imheirtnidh

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    inACAi|\-bAi]~oe, matliair-baisde,

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    ITIeAiigAC, meannacli, a. crafty, d

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    llleil-opeAc, meildreach, s. m. a k

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    mich MICH inigli MIGII ITIiATiAc, m

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    llliiiie^^-ApjiTDA, mimheasarrdha,

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    •mioouileAT), miodhtdleadk, s. a

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    MIO 111 ioi-c«M]-, mioscais, s. f.

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    in 01 MOI MOI 111océi]\i5, nioceir

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    ! 111on5buiT)eokC, monghhuidheach,

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    imix)h MUDII MUI fnuokl, mual, s. m

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    inut MUL MUN 111ui|i5|iini, muirtjr

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER N. tl 13 the

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    tlAO NAO NAS llAoimi, Naoimhi, > S.

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    neAtiiACTiAC, neamhi'tjirnck, a. im

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    lleAiiijiiAcc, neamhglinacht, s. th

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    YieA NEA NEI lleAriiciiuAilleAt), n

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    neimeAgnui'óe, neimheagnuiJhe, a.

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    ni5li NIO nu\, nia, s. a sister's s

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    lloifeAc, noiseack, s. a noble pers

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    occ oco OEN ObAm-ceAi\T)Aitiuil,, o

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    015Í1 OIGH Olt OIL Oi-óe..\cc, oi

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    OipTinijiiTi, o'rdnighim, v. I arra

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    Ol,tÁpn'iA|A, oUarmhar, s. m. a gr

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    0]inAÍ5)iTi, ornahjhim, v. I adorn

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER P. was afterw

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    peeircleach, a. having large jaws.

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    pio PIO pic PIT p\m^e, piniie, \ s.

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    poi POI pon roN p'iúc'S-ó, plucha

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    pne PRE pni PRI Plu\i]'eAC-nc\-riA]

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    ptll PUI pus PUS P]\ucLai^', prucli

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    Uá^ RAG RAI TlACAineAct), racairea

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    llÁiiiAini, ramhaim, v. I row; tra

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    ne^ REA nejk REA ReAC, reach, s. m.

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    REI ReACA, reatka, s. running, raci

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    •ReotcAc, reoleac, \ ^' Keo-clcAC

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    ni5li RIGH nin RIN Kib, /ii/i, prep

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    a prince designed, the presumptive

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    nofh ROFH ROI •Rot), rod, s. m. s

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    uotiih ROMH RON Uoipneoj. romneog,

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    TliiA-óc\n, ritadhan, s. m. reddis

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    lluigin, ruiijin, \ s. arrival, arr

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER S. or the eye

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    s. common willow, sallow SaiL, sail

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    SAIllh SAxMII SAN SaIc, salt, s. m.

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    SAOi]\e

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    ScAicim, scaicliim, v. I fiuisli. S

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    scl SCL SCO SCO SciopiOAfn, sciorda

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    SDA Sc]\6bÁr\, scroban, s. m. the

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    seA SEA seA SEA SeAcloc, seachloc,

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    SBA SEA SEA SeATiAit), seanaidh, s.

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    SeAppAig, searraigh, s. pilewort; r

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    Sei^itufeAC, seirbhiseach, s. m. a

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    S5A SGA S5.V SGA SjA^-cpoió, sgafi

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    sge SGE sse SGE SgACAiii, sgatliamh

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    S51 SGI S5t SGL SgiLLmn, sgillinn,

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    SSK SGR S51I SGR SgnAbAU, sgrahadh,

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    Sibil SIBH Sll SIL SiACA-ó, siacha

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    SiobA^Ac, siobhasach, a. frantic, f

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    Sioj'mA, siosma, s. a schism ; wlii

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    StA SLA StA SLA SL&bAipe, slahaire,

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    sli SLI SlO SLO SLijeAWOip, slighea

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    SméApcói]!, smearthoir, s. m. a c

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    SiiÁiiiÁn, snamhan, s. m. a float

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    Socon]iA-ó, soclionradh, s. cheapn

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    SOI SOI sor conspicuous, evident, a

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    sop SOP SOR SoiTiuince, somhuinte,

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    sp

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    spo SPO spn SPR Spiocóg, spiothog,

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    S]\ s. snorintT. "^ SjiAntiAiL, sra

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    srA STA STE ScAOAijeAC, stadaigheac

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    SCíl STR SCtl STU ScjAAicéin, str

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    SUA SUA SUD kind, gracious, obligin

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    sul SUL SUN Stiil,tfiijie, suilmhir

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER T. letter r,

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    C^^bÁil, taahhail,! n i TAI TAI :l

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    TAI nAi]\eAt), tairead, s. baseness

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    CAt TAL tcaI TAL TAice, taite, s. a

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    CAnjniAiijAt), tavgmaiiijadhjji. a

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    UAU TAR T:

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    ^rli TATH TEA T:

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    ceA TEA TEA UeAjiiiAifCAc, teagmhai

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    TTeAi'cúJAt», teasiughadh, s. exp

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    TEO T7eirneA]-AC, ieithneasach, a.

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    it TIL CI 111 TLM CíjeAnnATÍitAC'

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    no TIO TIG TTioju'p, tioghus, s. a

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    CÍA TLA rlti TLU Cipc, tisith, a.

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    Cócmi, tochur, s. m. a causeway; s

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    Coi|\cim-i'UAiti, ioirchim-sicain,

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    con TOR rou TOR CÓ11, ton, s. f. t

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    ation. UoccoiiiUA, totchomliua, s.

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    ^ieAtTiAm , treamham, prep, andpron

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    CR1 TRI TRO rp'ToeAnjAc, trideangac

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    Cjioi'lójAC, troslogach, a. limpmg

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    , ; UuAic, tiiaith, s f. a territor

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    tíi TUI TUI Uuitiop, tuiliop, s. u

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    TUR TTutjlATi, tulylan, s. a handso

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    REMARKS ON THE LETTER U. in the Iri

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    11 Aril ucli UCH Uaitiacxi, vamacli

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    till UIL uitnli Ui j-oeAÍi, uighde

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    uU ULL UMA lb' '"^y» I s. ijj_ wat

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    UKCh URCH UK5 URG V]\«., ura, a. c

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