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ágad man
áin 1 act of driving (animals etc.); man-trespass 2Of games; Of racing horses
2 aithech master of a house, husband; mistress of a house, wife; fighting- man , warrior
bráthair 1 brother; In O. Ir. gl. frater and used in both a lit. and transferred sense2 kinsman, cousin; fellow-member of the same kindred- group (see ), oft. translated ` tribes- man ' in Laws. Opposed to derbráthair 3 brother, member of a religious community; the friars; Franciscans 4 masculine diminutive
Bretnach belonging to Britain, British; Briton; Welsh- man
búanaige harvest- man
búanna professional soldier, fighting-man , esp. hired or billeted soldier, mercenary; permanent soldier
3 cía man
cléirech 1 cleric, one in orders (not necessarily an ordained priest) 2 clerk; scholar, man of letters 3 sacristan, acolyte
coloman husband- man , tiller of the soil, farmer
combáitech shipwrecked man
comcheirde crafts- man
1 dag good.; evil, bad; well; good, noble, intensive very; a good counsel; good merit, well-deservingness; a good metre; a good repentance; good fosterage; well-armed; a good fight; a good woman, a lady; a good custom; good behaviour, morality; good food; a good year; sweet-smelling; of good words; a good race; a good offspring; a good cook; a good counsel; a good adviser; a good heart, generosity; a good gift, poem, art; good and comely; good god; a good pair; a good bush; a good man , a brave man, a nobleman, a righteous man; a good (i.e. heavy) load; good rising-up; brave Eogan; well-informed; a good mulct; good use; a nobleman, a gentleman, a brave; good and modest; very fair; great wealth; good instruction; a good teacher.; a good deed; a doughty deed; valiant deeds; a good fence; a right, proper request; a good intention; a good daughter; very strange; a brave hero; good profit, especial weal; good time; a good price; a good son or boy; benefit; hilarity, jollity; a good mind; very big; a good security; good and bashful; good heaven; a brave hero; a goodly youth, a brave warrior; a good virgin; a good teacher; speaking well of; a good security; a good stanza; good grace or luck, full prosperity; well-trained; a good eye (of sight); a good resolution, purpose, a good end; majestic, sublime; good luck; good profit; a good illumination; very quick, active, expert; vigour; a goodly land; abounding in fruit; a good third; a good union; a goodly dwelling; good material, one well fitted to be; well informed; a noble nature, benevolence; a favourable sign; a good earner; a good foster-father; a good teacher; good education, good teaching.; a good knowledge; good repentance; a worthy imitation; a brave hireling soldier; good and wonderful, specially wonderful; a goodly protection; well-armed; a good armament; very brave; a good house; good milk; a good vassal; a good father; goodly patrimony; a good confession; a good fight; a good village, a good steading; a happy death; good speech; virtuous; virtuous; a virtuous life; a comfortable existence; good fame; a good taste; savoury; a good odour; a good brotherhood; a good victory; a violent beating; deep yellow; a good host; very brave; a good friendship; fully skilled; a good hive; a good decision; a good board; a good reputation, good fame; of good renown; very helpful (of God); good protection; a good protection; good comradeship; a good communion; a good sale; good hearted; a noble suit; very strong; a good meeting; a good colour; well-coloured; a hard fight; a good shape; well-made; well-built; good building, shape; comeliness; very abundant; a good revenge; a good protection; a good right, a good reason; very close; a good hand; a goodly sorrow; used of Easter Sunday; a good fist; a good troop; good and shrewd; a good way; a good fortress; good hospitality; generous; good Ireland; a doughty deed; a good knowledge; goodly wisdom; sharp-edged; reverence; a good hedge or fence; a good festival; a goodly appearance; a good sound; a good agreement, bond.; good pleasure; a good evidence, testimony; very long; a good answer; a good birth; a propitious incident; a good, proper entreaty; affable; well-spoken; good heroes of valour; embroidery; handy, dexterous; good spear-casting; dexterous; handy, skilful (in embroidery); handiwork, embroidery; a good bed; resplendent; a good (i.e. high) number; a good drink.; his faithful followers; very beautiful; very good; a nobleman; a good ensign; courageous; very intoxicating; good and gentle; very early; a good praising; a good pig; goodly folk; great courage, pride; a good poem; good strength; a good custom; a good shout; good and fresh; a good warrior; good beauty; very attentive; good ordination; a good drink; a good work; a good service; well-ordered; wide open; good penance; a good quarter (of a year); a good law; good and smooth; a good king; a good queen; a good constellation; a good running; a good sovran; well-composed books; a good likeness; good news; precious treasure; a good or noble seed; good weather; a valiant host; well sewn; a good giving; a good argument; well-established; faithful, trusty; a good talent; a good death; a good speaker, advocate; well-spoken; very strong; a good asylum; a good gift; a good service; a goodly gift; a good chief; a good multitude; a goodly tribe; very heavy; good pay or wages; a good load; a brave Ulsterman; a proper service; I break well; I arrange well; I shape well; I avenge fully; I know well; I serve well; I give good advice; I direct well; I establish firmly; I separate well; I present well; I deserve well
dallóc 1Any little blind animal; a mole; a leech; a dormouse; a shrew- mouse; young dog- fish, kingfish 2A cover, a blind; `blindness; the game Blind- man's buff.'
1 dánae 1Of living beings or their attributives: stout-hearted, courageous, daring, fearless; emphasized: bold, brave; Bold, confident; a bold man; froward, audacious, wicked; he dares 2 showing or requiring courage; daring, brave; a brave deed of valour 3 Strong, vehement
3 Dea 1the man , tribe, mountain of Dea the goddess
deercc 1 love of God; God's love to man; man's love of God (serc Dé) and his neighbour, com- manded as the fulfilling of the Law; God's love to man; charity, i.e. man's love of God; a fount of charity, of persons 2 Benevolence to the poor, charitableness, alms-giving 3In a concrete sense alms (to the poor or to the Church); an object of charity or pity
dind 1 height, hill 2 fortified hill, walled or fortified town, citadel, stronghold; the world (lit. the fortress of the world); a citadel, an eminence, a towering figure; Of a notable event climax 3 stead, notable place 4 mansion, court 5 pinnacle, peak 6as adj. agreeable, pleasant
doéndacht 1 humanity, the nature of man; human nature of Christ in antithesis to deacht deity, divinity: 2 humanity, humaneness, kindliness; conviviality
1 domun 1The world, the earth; mankind; In religious lit. the world, i.e. the earthly life, etc.; In physical sense earth (cf. talam); In loose sense, of inhabited earth; Esp. of Roman Empire; the great world (i.e. the world outside one's own country, oft. Europe as oppd. to Ireland); the eastern world (i.e. the Continent); the microcosm, i.e. man; in the world; anywhere, at all; any, whatsoever 2In limited sense, country, native district, (of a ruler) realm; Hence property, power, influence
duine Human being; man (in general), mankind; gs. and gp. oft. equivalent to adj. human; a particular individual or class of individuals; person, people; elders; monks; Oft. taking the place of an indef. pron. anyone, with neg. no one; everyone; one (of a number, class of people); a friend, follower, etc.; in pl. of family, adherents, countrymen; assembly of people, mote; lit. man-fold, a curved line of people (soldiers) formed to enclose or entrap an enemy (?); trespass committed by a person; crime committed by a human being; lit. man-hound; of warriors; human shape; descrip- tion in verse of a person's form and appearance (?);; human booty, captives (coll.); of surface of earth peopled by men; manslaughter, murder; murderer, homicide; torment, destruction of human beings; lit. man-stealing, i.e. murder with concealment of the body, secret murder
duineba(d) Lit. ` man-death', hence mortality, destruction of life (esp. caused by disease or epidemic);; Of destruction or death in general
duinenet manikin, very small man
éccland, écclond expelled from the clan; champion, fighting-man
1 ecna(e) 1 Wisdom, knowledge, enlightenment; Divine wisdom; human learning; acquired knowledge; intelligence, skill; an erudite work (?); understand- ing, intelligence>skill
ecnaidech wise, learned; a wise man , a scholar
érlam 1 Patronage, tutelage (?) 2 patron saint; patron or founder (of a church or monastery); a saint, holy man; a patron or founder, in general (?); A tutelar, tutelary spirit, deity (?)
fáelur noble wolf-man
felsuí a sage, man of science
1 fer 1a man (as opp. to a woman) 2 a husband (opp. to ben `wife') 3 churchmen; a tribesman, relative; a king's bedfellow; `per- petrator' (operator); a companion; the traitor; a man of violence; to denote an occupation or calling (often in stereotyped phrases; a watchman; a fosterer; miller (?); grinder (?); a standard-bearer; visionary; a craftsman; a poet; lawyer; churchman; a hunter; serving-man; spy; an Interpreter; a deputy;; a professor; lector; miller; dispenser, butler; diviner; plough- man; a lover; a teacher; a husbandman, house-holder; host; husbandmen; a candle- bearer, acolyte; lawgiver; owner, possessor 4in pl. folld. by gen. of place, inhabitants; men of the sídhe, elves 5 chessman; Of a drinking-horn:; Of a bird; Of a fish; a salmon; ivy- men' (some kind of bird ? see eidenn)6in gramm., person 7pertaining to a man or men, intended for a man , manly
ferán a little man , a mannikin; a ring-dove
ferbolg lit. ` man-bag' a bag; satchel, or pouch (for chess-men?); Of a physician's bag; A sheath?
ferchubat a man's length (? a cubit);
ferda male, masculine, belonging to a man; membrum virile; male gender; Manly, virile; the male pudenda
ferdacht 1 manhood, virility, manliness; heroism; manhood, man's estate 2the male pudenda
ferdaide belonging to a man , manly
fergnia a man-at-arms
2 fern a man (poetic or cryptic term)
ferscál a male person, a man (opp. to banscál a woman)
fili Orig. seer, diviner; Poet (historian, panegyrist, satirist), man of learning; Applied to Virgil; Epimenides; part of the sixth year's course of the student-`fili'; master poet; a learned man , one skilled in literary composition in Irish
fingal wounding or slaying a relative; often transld. `fratricide' or `parricide,'; killing a tribes- man; murder; murderers; incest
1 fis, fius 1the act of finding out or ascertaining; knowledge, information; tidings, information; secretly, unnoticed; with my knowledge; so far as I know; to find out, to investigate (see also dús); to seek, visit; towards; that it may be known; to, towards; when revealed, made known; who knows but ? perhaps 2that which is known; knowledge; tooth of knowledge; occult knowledge, revelation 3a message, notice, summons; sends word to, sends for, summons; In pl. tidings, summons (somet. apparently messengers) 4 description, appella- tion 5 honour, generosity 6a learned man , a sage ?7 participle known; I know
1 fochla 1The North; the North of Ireland 2 the seat of honour in a king's or chief's hall;; seat but to that of his champion or chief man at arms;; champion
foglaid One who commits depredations; a plunderer, reaver, used in a wide sense, of vagrants, outlaws, chiefs, etc., often meaning little more than a man at arms; enemy
2 fola, fala 1 resentment, grievance, grudge, feud; gives offence; resents, reproaches 2cause of enmity, offence, guilt; man of discontent, enemy
1 fonn 1 sole (of the foot) 2 base, bottom, foundation; Often of a person, foundation, prop, support 3 soil, ground; by extension piece of land, territory; Transf. of sea; expanse; Land, territory 4 firm-set; broad-bottomed; broad-based (?); clear-bottomed; green-bladed; swift-footed (?); fresh-soiled; smooth-soiled 5 carpets; man of the soil (?); Territorials
forus 1that which is stable; stability; basis, foundation, bottom; at rest, unmoved; a driving home (?),; a fundamental doctrine, state- ment of a general principle; an aphorism; something firmly based; a `point d'appui,' fulcrum, base of operations (?); origin; established or fundamental principles of knowledge or science, axioms, apodictic maxims (?); Reason; unreasonable; the principle or enactments of a law, passing occas. into sense of enforcement, sanction; promulgation; aged or tried, exper- ienced; veterans 2A station, resting-place, dwelling.; a cattle-pound; place where distrained cattle might be detained (f. n-athgabála); a place appointed for the delivery of animals according to a contract; a house-holding man
2 foss a man-servant or attendant; a table-attendant
fu(i)th(a)irbe a (man-made) ridge, an embankment around a house; a furrow; a piece of land, cleared scrub-land (?) ;; a man who is qualified by land but not by stock
gillacht 1 youth, the third of the six ages of man 2 service, office of a servant; act of attending, escorting
glugaire a foolish, blabbering man; a boaster
homa man
idnaid an armed man ?
intamail act of imitating, imitation; similitude, comparison; like- ness, semblance, like; simulation, pretence; rival; the like of; a man like him, his peer; after the manner of, like; after the manner of, in imitation of
intliuchtach 1 intelligent, intellectual, ingenious, skilful; cunning 2an intelligent man , a thinker
int(ṡ)liucht 1 faculty of understanding, intellect, discernment; mind; act of discerning, distinguishing between; a learned man , a wise man 2 ingenuity, skill 3 meaning, signification (of a word or passage) 4 contriving, plotting, method, plan, stratagem
2 ís a man
lánamnas 1Of relationship of man and wife, marriage; (un)lawful wedlock; sexual intercourse (in wedlock) 2of partnership in general
léignid learned man , scholar
lenab 1 infant, babe, child 2 young man , youth, boy
2 lesc slothful man (?)
literda 1 literal sense 2 literary man
litrid man of letters, author
loingsech exile, banished man , wanderer; sea-rover, pirate
Lothlainn Viking Scotland; Norwegian Viking settlements in the British Isles, in particular Scotland and Man; The name of some part of Scandinavia; Norway (see ); sometimes Denmark(?);
1 mac, macc 1A son; In relig. lit. of Christ, the Son (as distinct from the Father); a bastard; Rarely of the young of animals; a bullock; a daughter; in looser sense a male descendant; esp. in pl. folld. by gen. of ancestor to denote a tribe or people (not a native usage, the words maicne, maccu and uí being used by Irish tribes) 2 A boy and sometimes loosely a young person in general; Occasionally of youths or grown persons 3 son of (the) church', a churchman, cleric; a student; a (clerical) student 4 sons of grace; sons of (the) promise; `a son of death', a wicked man; `a son of life', a righteous man; `a son of achievement'; `son of mead', a heavy drinker; a graceless person; `bosom-son', a favourite, darling; `son of chastity (? integrity)'; an evildoer 5`son of a cliff', echo; As name of a drinking-horn; a species of metrical composition; name of some joint or portion of meat allotted to certain ranks in the Tech Mid- chuarta at Tara; pig's shoulder; a kernel; pupil (of the eye); name of a joint or portion of meat?; heart (?); liver; `son of spittle', name of a salve; `son of swimming' (kenning for some large fish or sea-monster?); `son of (the) country', wolf; `dirty lad', a toad; name of a defect in prosody
maccoím A boy, lad; Of a famulus in attendance on a cleric; Of a servant:; Of a young man , warrior; choice, flower, paragon; a girl; heifer (?)
maith 1 good; a good man; of quality, state, etc. good (of its kind), profitable, excel- lent; denoting ability, fitness, proficiency; good for, to the advantage of; good to, kind to; pleasant to; it seems good to me, I like, approve; of rank, station, wealth; wealthy(?); persons of rank, nobles; well, as interj.; it is better for me; I think it better, I prefer; the better of, for 2That which is good; good; his virtue; of state, condition, etc., a good thing, a benefit; good, prosperity; for good unto, for the sake of; concrete, goods, property, wealth
man a hand
2 Mana The Isle of Man; the isle of Anglesey; There was also a place in Scotland called Mana
manannach belonging to the Isle of Man
marb 1 dead; (subst.) a dead person; in religious lit. often fig. in sense either mortified, insensible, or spiritually dead; All Souls' day; a coffin 2 dying; on the point of death 3to die 4 exhausted; stagnant pool; deadly; deadly, fatal 5 dead-body-fine', fine for a fatal injury; dead stock', property of the dead; carcasses of the cattle; dead chattels' i.e. inanimate possessions; dead property; dead wealth'; claims on a dead man's estate?; a death-due; death-benefits; food-dues paid in dead cattle; service due to chief after his death, such as attending his funeral; dead, pertaining to the dead, inanimate:; death-dirge; dead fleece', covering of the dead:; a woollen shroud; blood of a dead person, gore; a lifeless thing; lifeless booty; swathings of a corpse; a grave-stone; a standing pool; stagnant water 6 faint-hearted; having a withered arm
1 midach 1a male horse, a stallion 2met. a champion, strong man , warrior
midbad a legal term occurring in the term fer m. given to a member of a low class of freeman, appar. a young man not yet possessed of hereditary land; a between-house man ', `a man of mid-cottages'; , a youth living on his father's land; honour-price; men of low standing or juniors
1 midech belonging to Meath; a man of Meath; a woman of Meath
2 moth, mod 1the membrum virile (?) and hence in Irish gram. the masculine gender 2a male being, a man
Nortmann a North- man (Dane or Norseman)
óc 1 young 2a young man and hence a warrior; a poet 3 young people (coll.); a calf; a young ox; a foal; a fawn; princes; possessing foals
ócbad 1 young folk, youths; young (? untrained) soldiery; a band of young men or warriors; Of a band of monks 2a youth, young man
óclach 1a young man (of one who has attained manhood); a lad, stripling 2generally a young warrior and hence often a warrior, soldier in wide sense 3an attendant, servant, vassal
óclachas 1the age of man- hood 2 manly vigour, valour, quality or functions of a warrior 3 service, vassalage 4name of a late kind of verse
óen 1 one; one, a single; only; unique, without equal, peerless; the same; in one place, together; with one voice, unanimously; on one path = to- gether; (lit. `of one profession') united, in concert; in co-operation, in concert; simultaneously; together; simultaneously; (= as) 2 one, an individual; the One im- passible, invisible; any one 3 together, at the same time (with); together (with) 4 one- horned; a unicorn; one-legged (-footed); one- hoofed; only child or descendant; Also of any propertyless man of the fer midboth grade, even if he had kin,; one-footed; a rider; a particular place
oentam an unmarried man
ógánach a young man
olc 1 Evil, bad, wrong; Inauspicious, unlucky; I deem ill (unfortunate), I dislike 2a bad man , an evil doer 3 evil, wrong; an evil, misfortune; An ill deed, wrongdoing
prebaire a stout, hearty man
rerach an aged man
rigthid forearm man ', front guardsman
ritire A rider, mounted man-at-arms
rodercaid a watchman, look-out man
2 rúanaid a strong man , champion
saeglonn chief or king; judge, brehon; aged man; pillar
1 scál supernatural or superhuman being, phantom, giant, hero. Later also man , human being; giant
2 scíath 1 shield, buckler; battle- ments of a castle in 2 fighting-man , warrior 3 protection, defence, safeguard 4metr., name of certain devices (addition and deletion of letters, inversion, metathesis, etc.) permitted in order to avoid faults in versification 5 protector, guardian 6 armed band; enclosure of shields; protecting wall
seirthid heel-man , rear guardsman
selánach vagabonds; an executioner or hangman; a villain; a meagre man or beast
1 sen 1 old money; an old woman; an old judgement, a precedent; old, original people; an old- standing offence; an old error; prudence; an old man; an old grievance; old (i.e. proven) horse; old English (i.e. Anglo-Normans); old vexation; a veteran; an ancient book, Scripture; original people; old, inverterate sin; a proverb; an experienced knight; an old person; matured bacon; old hard-cure; ancient legend; reciter of old tales; original document; an old family; early translation 2 yellow from age; proverbial; ever young, or perh., both old and young
senduine an old man
senórda elderly, senior; an old man
séol 1a sail; the lookout man; Of a piece of material, a covering; Of a bed- covering; an awning, tent; Of battle-gear 2a bed, couch; a woman in childbed 3a weaving implement, a loom 4 course 5hence manner, way; means, expedient 6Of music a strain 7 sail-cloth, a sail; sail-canvas, a sail; mast; activity, dexterity; course
sical the name of a unit of value; as the name of the gift which a man gave to his wife, if she were a virgin, as well as paying coibche (brideprice) to her father.
2 so, su 1 good . . ., excellent; well; comeliness; affability, ease of address; a good fosterage, upbringing; a good request, suit, claim; eloquence; an eloquent man , an orator; good counsel; a noble place; a favourable reply; good fosterage; good smell, fragrance; a healthy limb; a good action, a noble deed; a good or skilful speaker; pleasantness of speech; good fame; cheerfulness; the act of stirring up effectively; charity; joyful step; good determination or settlement?; easy or successful warfare; good counsel; good success, good fortune; docility; a good or proper retinue; good material; successful strife; a strong fortress; inhabitant of a sid; act of seeing well, of observing care- fully; great attention; a good witness; act of making flexible; act of holding well, firmly; great wisdom; act of praising; a pleasant name; pride, spiritedness; good man- ners, custom, usage; good works, virtuous acts; eloquence; great love; good degree or rank; good drinking- round; good speech, eloquence; good habitation; good speech, eloquence; eloquence; a good warrior; a brave troop; beauty; mortality; a good disposition; great honour, respect, glory; good entertainment, hospitality; good surety; good law; act of smoothing out, making easy; good or lucky sign; good peace (?); fine weather; a good or brave host; good instruction; a good speaker, an advocate; sharpness 2 good, fit for, worth; ease, facility, possibility; affable, sociable; easily known, intelligible, recognizable; easily inhabited; in good milk (of a cow); rich in cattle; worthy of love, lovable; well-born?; docile, easily instructed or governed; capable, effective; conversable, sociable; prosperous, successful; handsome; lovable; comely, handsome; visible; easily avenged (?); easily satisfied, requited; easy to know or follow; easily seen, visible; visible; easy to see; of good teaching; ready at call, easy of access; well-bred, sociable; of good degree or rank; lovely; of good degree or rank; atten- tive to prayer; easily yoked, submissive; easily wielded; easily changed or turned; easily traversable; palpable; dexterous; good shearing, yielding much wool; abiding, permanent; intoxicating; well bound; good to drink; fair to see; kindly, affable; easily bound; enveloping; docile, teachable; fair-sided; intelligible; intelligible; easily persuaded, gullible 3 fair-spoken, affable; desirable; of good means, affluent, liberal; easily reckoned; very honorable; habitable; habitable; well nourished, well fed.; subject to death, mortal; easily brought; having good manners or morals; pliant, accommodating, gentle; easily moved; very fine; very strong, mighty; brittle; cheerful, glad; easily stirred up or provoked; very grateful; easily struck; very good, excellent, choice; very friendly; lovable, amiable, friendly, kind; easily loved, attractive; easily changed; easily fulfilled; giving good counsel (susceptible of advice?); capable of making a valid contract; easily fatigued; credulous, believing; easily believed; good- hearted, kind; mobile, agile; well shaped, beautiful; shapely, comely; easily done, practicable; easily seen; easily digested; easily thrown, suitable for hurl- ing; very lively, spirited; prone to error, easily mistaken; easily distinguished; fit to look at, pleasing; easily seen, visible; easily bent, pliable; pliable, easily folded; easily emptied; very glad, cheerful; endurable; easily handled, managed; easily accepted (?); well grazed; well born; spirited, proud; vulnerable (?); easily moved, movable; having good manners (?), sociable (?); very pure; of good deeds, bene- ficent, virtuous; easily wounded, vnlnerable; very loving; lovable, pleasing; easily entreated; easily handled, palpable; easily handled; easily handled, manageable; excellent handiwork, dex- terity; easily brought down; legible; easily wounded; luxurious, wanton; very wide, spacious; well prepared; well polished or whetted; easily forgiven, venial; easily forgiven; very beautiful; mortal; easily deceived, beguiled, enticed; in good spirits, cheerful, courageous; intoxicating; very honourable; desir- able; easy to praise; laudable, praise- worthy; easily corrupted; palpable, tangible; perishable, mortal; teachable (?); accommodating, agreeable; dissoluble; excitable (?); easily satisfied, moderate, reason- able; very loving; easily travelled; easily dissolved or annulled; docile, teachable; easily turned; easily assailable; very lament- able; easily pierced or pene- trated; cor- ruptible; easily understood, intelli- gible; caus- ing to stumble, slippery; inducing a fall, leading into error; well prepared, thoroughly ready 4 ennobles; arranges dexterously, adjusts; smoothes
suí 1 man of learning, scholar, wise man , sage; prince, chief; head of a monastic or poetic school 2 Expert, master; paragon (of), one noted (for); learned, expert, master or excellent, pre-eminent
3 suide man
tairchell 1 surrounding, compre- hending, enclosing; circumference, border; surrounding, hence protecting; `pledge-man ' (`collector,'2 robbery, plundering; exploits
2 tairchetlaid prophet, wise man
togartach dairy-man
toicthech 1 rich man
trebar 1 careful, prudent 2 secure, solvent, strong, substantial; man of substance (?)
trén 1 strong; Gramm. ainm t. substantive; powerful over 2 strongly 3 strong man; strength 4 strong weapon; strong man , warrior; violent seizure; strong wind; oppression; violent kick; strong mead; valiant work; great cham- pion; mighty boar; singular of a substantive (cf. ainm trén); strongly armed; strongly woven (?); having strong links; strongly advances (?)
2 túag axe, hatchet; wood-hatchet; `an axe-man ' (butcher ?
túailngthech man of ability, chief, ruler
túarastal 1In Laws description of a crime, evidence of an eye-witness; coll. witnesses; conclusive evidence, sworn evidence (?) 2 stipend, retaining fee (paid by an overlord to a subordinate chief in return for tribute, military service, etc.; Hence in contexts stressing the superiority of the payer and the subordination of the payee; stipend, wages, reward, remuneration in general; stipendiaries; mercenaries; journey-man
tús 1 Act of leading 2 forefront, front position; Frequ. van, battlefront of an army; as leader; precedence, pre-eminence, rank; rank; one of the noble grades 3 beginning. Of an action, happening, etc.; Of words, literary com- positions, etc.; Of the elements of a subject; Of periods of time; Of a man's life; best, choice, pick, cream 4 first, in the first place; first, firstly, in the first place, originally, etc. Of place; at first ... at the end; the first ever; from the beginning, originally; at once; at first
uir man: