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ailte a reared son; a son whose father has granted him legal independence
4 bar son
2 ben son
béo 1(i) as attrib. living, quick; (ii) as predic. adj. alive; Of fire; Of spring water; lively, spirited (of a combat); living, alight (of fire) 2 a living being; in spiritual or mytholo- gical sense an immortal 3 alive (with gen. or possess. pron.) in the lifetime (of)
Cormac raven-son
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
daltae 1A foster-son , fosterling, nursling, ward; a spiritual fosterling; a pet child, pet, fondling, lover; a pet, a term of endearment.2A pupil, disciple (of an aite).; bosom-fosterling, a fondling; common epithet of St. John; chief-disciple, epithet of Luke
daltus Fosterage, pupilage; son-fosterage
dorchae 1 dark, gloomy; Of persons in the dark; Of colour, complexion, etc.; dark-browed; not clear, obscure; `gloomy' (enigmatic?); obscure, unknown (?); gloomy, morose (?) 2 darkness, gloom; a son of darkness; a child begotten clande- stinely 3 obscurity, mystery 4a mound at Tara
fáes(s)am 1in lit. sense `standing under,' hence bearing up under, supporting (?); trustworthy, safe; adopting, taking into protection; in the literature usually protection, safeguard; under the protection (of); protection; acknowledgment; protection, privilege; the immunity; `leaves' (i.e. `confers, bestows on'; relief in illness, passing of the crisis; specifically to prevention of distraint; exemption ?; Of taking into protection, adopting; a contract of adoption; adopted son; a supporting guarantor (?): the guarantor of acceptance (?)2 relief, assuagement; recovery
1 gnía sister's son
2 goire 1 piety, dutifulness, (familial) affection 2Leg. care, attendance, maintenance of parents, foster-parents, etc., by a son , etc.3act of attending, caring for, maintaining
2 gor 1an adopted son 2a sister's son (who would normally be adopted by his maternal kinsmen)
in-cuirethar 1of intro- ducing stock on to land 2of (unlawfully) imposing a contract on the fine 3of bringing in an adopted son from outside the fine
2 ingor undutiful, unfilial, impious; freq. in Laws in sense of a son who fails to comply with the duty to maintain his parents in old age; an impious person, an undutiful person; impiety (?)
3 lúan son
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
mac(c)ach son-bearing, pregnant with a male-child
mac(c)acht king-sonship, position of a chief's son ?
mac(c)amail like a son , filial
mac(c)án a little son , generally term of endearment.; In wider sense a male child, boy, youth; An epithet of John the Evangelist; In addressing seniors (term of endearment?); a girl
mac(c)samla a son of likeness;; An equal, match, the like (of)
mac(c)slabra ` son-cattle', a son-dowry
maccucán little son , boy, hypocoristic dim. of mac
mallacht A curse, malediction; a son of curse', a wicked or damned person
rígdomna lit. `material of a king', hence the heir- apparent of a king or chief; somet. merely son of a king (chief), prince; later identical with tánaise.
4 scoth son
seircsen affection; a favourite son
sloinntech 1a bastard son 2 family, a group of people with a common name
snám 1act of swimming, floating; (lit. son of swimming) a fish
són 1 that is to say, namely
1 son 1a sound; a word, a name 2 instead of, in place of; by way of, for, like; in requital for, in return for, for; for the sake of; on account of, because of; nevertheless; because; because; although 3 instead of
2 son happy, prosperous; prosperity, well-being, advantage; a happy sign; with happy signs of peace; a happy bond
2 sorchae 1 light, bright- ness 2lit. son of light, i.e. of legitimate (or legitimized) birth (?)
toimtiu act of thinking; opinion; expectation; putative son
2 úr 1of fields, hills 2of buildings and places, fair, bright 3 noble, generous; fair, active; generous as regards 4applied to various parts of the body, fair, bright 5of food, fresh, unsalted (of meat); Of ale 6of clothes, new, bright or fair 7of wounds, fresh, recent 89of horses, fresh, active 1011a new weapon; fair- (tree) top; bright garb; a fresh birch tree; fair word; fresh meat; a bright helmet; a fair nut; a fair hill; green hazel; a fair body; a green tree; verdant clay; a generous, noble heart; green holly; a fair swan; fresh meat; a noble feast; noble blood; a green branch; a green field; fresh curds; new iron; fresh butter; untanned leather or hide; fresh rushes; noble, generous son; a green plain; a bright coat of mail; fresh turf or peat; fresh nettles; raw, unprocessed (?) gold; fresh bacon; fair writing; a fresh flower; a green branch; fresh and tall; fair and curly; fair and curly; stout-hearted; having fresh branches; fresh and green; bright and unsheathed; fresh and pleasant; freshly cut or severed; strews with fresh rushes