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The English Irish dictionary = An focloir bearla Gaoidheilge / ar na chur a neagar le Conchobar o Beaglaoich mar don le congnamh Aodh bhridhe Mac Cuirtin agus fós

by O'Begly, Conor
Additional authors: Mac Cuirtin, Aodh
Published by : Seamus Guerin, 1732 (Paris) Physical details: [vii] , 717 p. 25 cm.
Subject(s): Dictionaries | Irish | English | Ireland
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SC 412.3 D Foclóir Gaedhilge agus Béarla, an Irish-English Dictionary, being a thesaurus of the words, phrase and idioms of the modern Irish language, with explanations in English / edited by Rev. Patrick S. Dineen. SC 412.3 F An English-Irish dictionary : intended for the use of students of the Irish language and for those who wish to translate their English thoughts, or the works of others, into language intelligible to the present Irish-speaking inhabitants of Ireland. SC 412.3 H Luibhleabhrán : Irish and Scottish Gaelic names of herbs, plants, trees, etc. / by F. Edmund Hogan, John Hogan, John C. Mac Erlean. SC 412.3 O'B The English Irish dictionary = An focloir bearla Gaoidheilge / ar na chur a neagar le Conchobar o Beaglaoich mar don le congnamh Aodh bhridhe Mac Cuirtin agus fós SC 412.3 OB Focloir gaoidhilge-sacs-bearla = or, An Irish-English dictionary : whereof the Irish part hath been compiled not only from various Irish vocabularies, particularly that of Mr. Edward Lhuyd, but also from a great variety of the best Irish manuscripts now extant; especially those that have been composed from the ninth and tenth centuries, down to the sixteenth; besides those of the lives of Saint Patrick and Saint Bridgit, written in the sixth and seventh centuries / by J. O'Brien SC 412.3 O'B Focalóir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bhéarla; or, an Irish-English dictionary / whereof the Irish part hath been compiled not only from various Irish vocabularies, particularly that of Mr. Edward Lluyd, but also from a great variety of the best Irish manuscripts now extant, especially those that have been composed from the 9th & 10th centuries, down to the 16th; besides those of the lives of St. Patrick & St. Brigit, written in the 6th & 7th centuries. SC 412.3 O'R An Irish-English dictionary : with copious quotations from the most esteemed ancient and modern writers, to elucidate the meaning of obscure words, and numerous comparisons of Irish words with those of similar orthography, sense, or sound in the Welsh and Hebrew languages / by Edward O'Reilly ; with a supplement, containing many thousand Irish words, with their interpretations in English, collected throughout Ireland, and among ancient unpublished manuscripts by John O'Donovan.

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Pages very brittle, handle with great care.

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