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Irish: English Meaning Index

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.




ABLE : <con°icc> can, is able -- ABOUT : <fóbair> begins, sets about -- ABOUT : <imbL, immL> around, about; mutually -- ABOUT : <immáin> driving; roaming, wandering about -- ABUNDANCE : <lom(m)nán> abundance -- ABUNDANT : <im(m)da> many, abundant -- ACCOMPANIES : <fo°cain> accompanies with song, sings to, chants -- ACROSS : <sethnu, sethno> through, across -- ACROSS : <tar> across, over -- ACTION : <gním> action, work -- ACTIVE : <fobaid> quick, prompt, active -- ADDRESSES : <ad°gládathar> addresses, speaks to -- ADJUSTS : <in°lá> undertakes, arranges, adjusts -- ADULT : <macdacht> adult -- ADVANTAGE : <boid, búaid> victory; excellence, special quality; advantage -- ADVANTAGE : <les> remedy; advantage -- AFFIRMS : <for-t-gella> affirms, calls to witness, invokes -- AFFLICTS : <cráidid> torments, vexes, afflicts -- AFFORDS : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- AFOREMENTIONED : <sin> this, that, those, the aforementioned -- AFOREMENTIONED : <sude, suide> this one, the aforementioned -- AFTER : <íarN, íarmL-> after -- AGAIN : <dano, dono> again, now, then -- AGAIN : <dorísi, dorís> again, once more -- AGAINST : <frithL, friH> against, towards -- AGE : <bith> world; life; age, period -- AHEAD : <remi> ahead -- ALE : <cuirm> ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment -- ALE-FEAST : <cuirm> ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment -- ALERT : <éscaid> alert, eager; swift -- ALL : <uile> all, whole -- ALLIANCE : <oentu> unity, alliance, sexual union -- ALONE : <oenar> one person, one alone -- ALONG : <farrad> beside, along with -- ALTHOUGH : <cía> although, even if -- AMONG : <eter> between, among -- AMONG : <laH> among, by, with -- AMPLE : <lán> full, ample -- ANCIENT : <bile> (ancient and venerated) tree -- AND : <ocus> and -- AND : <sceo> and -- ANOTHER : <attan, attain> another time -- ANY : <cach, cech> each, every, any -- ANYTHING : <ní> something, anything -- APPEARANCE : <cruth> form, appearance -- APPROACHES : <do°icc, tic(c), tig> approaches; gets; comes -- ARAD : <Dál Araide> the district of Arad -- ARM : <dóe> arm -- ARMED : <gillae> servant, armed man -- ARMOUR : <arm, armm> armour, weapon -- ARMOUR : <gaisced> weapons, armour; prowess -- ARMY : <slóg, slúag> troop, host, army -- AROUND : <imbL, immL> around, about; mutually -- ARRANGEMENT : <ord> arrangement -- ARRANGEMENT : <sreth> strewing; arrangement -- ARRANGES : <in°lá> undertakes, arranges, adjusts -- ART : <dán> craftsman, man of art -- ARTEFACT : <aicde> artefact, article -- ARTICLE : <aicde> artefact, article -- ASHES : <lúaith> ashes -- ASKS : <do°guid> entreats, asks pardon -- ATTESTS : <for°toing> swears, attests -- AVOIDING : <imgabál, imgabáil> avoiding; evasion -- AWAY : <gataid> takes away, removes; steals -- BACK : <aiss, ais> back, hinder part -- BACK : <síar> backwards, back -- BACKWARDS : <síar> backwards, back -- BARGAIN : <caingen> deal, bargain -- BATTLE : <cath> battle, fight -- BEATS : <benaid> beats, strikes, slays, wounds -- BEAUTIFUL : <álaind> beautiful, lovely -- BEAUTIFUL : <caín> fine, excellent, beautiful -- BEAUTY : <Mag Lí> the Field of Beauty -- BEAUTY : <gnóe> beauty -- BEAUTY : <lí> beauty, lustre, glory; colour -- BED : <imdae> bed, couch -- BEER : <cuirm> ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment -- BEFORE : <anair> from the front, before -- BEFORE : <arL, airL> before, for, in front of, east of -- BEFORE : <reN> before -- BEGINS : <feccaid> begins -- BEGINS : <fóbair> begins, sets about -- BEHIND : <íarmo> behind -- BELLY : <brú> belly, womb -- BENCH : <aride, airide> bench -- BESIDE : <farrad> beside, along with -- BESIDES : <chena> besides -- BESIDES : <olchenae> besides -- BETWEEN : <eter> between, among -- BEYOND : <sech> past, beyond -- BIG : <már, mór> big, great -- BIR : <Bir> Bir -- BIRD : <én> bird -- BIRD-HUNTING : <enach> bird-hunting, fowling -- BITCH : <sod, sad> bitch, wolf-bitch -- BLACK : <dub> black -- BLOCK : <genn, geinn> wedge, block -- BLOOD : <flann> blood red -- BLOODINESS : <fuiliche> bloodiness, bloodshed -- BLOODSHED : <fuiliche> bloodiness, bloodshed -- BLOOM : <bláth> flower, blossom; bloom -- BLOSSOM : <bláth> flower, blossom; bloom -- BLUE : <glass, glas> greenish, blue, grey -- BOAT : <curach> coracle, skiff, boat -- BOG : <Grellach Culgairi> Bog of the Chariot-rumble -- BOG : <Grellach Dolluid> Bog of Distress -- BOG : <grellach> bog, mire -- BOILING : <berbad> boiling, cooking -- BOND : <rond, ronn> chain, bond -- BOUNDARY : <crích> boundary, territory -- BRANCH : <cróeb, cráeb> branch; tree, bush -- BREAKS : <bongid> breaks -- BREAKS : <brissid> breaks, destroys; defeats -- BREAKS : <con°boing> breaks; defeats; violates -- BREAKS : <maidid> breaks, bursts -- BREAKS : <teinnid, tennaid> cuts, cracks, breaks -- BREGA : <Brega> Brega -- BRICRIU : <Bricriu> Bricriu -- BRIGHT : <find, finn> white, bright -- BRIGHT : <gel> fair, white, bright -- BRIGHTNESS : <sorche, sorchae> light, brightness -- BRILLIANT : <án> splendid, brilliant; splendour -- BRINGS : <berid> carries, brings -- BRINGS : <do°beir> brings -- BROTHER : <bráthir, bráthair> brother -- BROW : <brú, brá> eyebrow, brow -- BROW : <étan, édan> front, brow, forehead -- BROWN : <donn> brown -- BULL : <dartaid> heifer, bull calf -- BULL : <tarb> bull -- BULLS : <dairid> bulls -- BURSTS : <maidid> breaks, bursts -- BUSH : <cróeb, cráeb> branch; tree, bush -- BUT : <acht> except, only, save, but -- BUTTER : <brechtán> butter, fat, relish -- BUTTER : <im(m)> butter -- BY : <laH> among, by, with -- BY : <oc> at, with, by -- BY : <óL, úaL> from, by -- CALF : <dartaid> heifer, bull calf -- CALF : <lóeg> calf -- CALLS : <con°gair> calls together -- CALLS : <for-t-gella> affirms, calls to witness, invokes -- CALLS : <gairid> calls -- CAMUS : <Camus> Camus -- CAN : <con°icc> can, is able -- CANONICAL : <tráth> period of time, (canonical) hour -- CARRIES : <berid> carries, brings -- CATHAL : <Cathal> Cathal -- CATTLE : <éit> cattle -- CATTLE : <géim> roaring (of cattle) -- CATTLE-RAID : <Táin Bó Cúailnge> Cattle-Raid of Cuailnge -- CATTLE-RAID : <Táin> Tain, cattle-raid -- CHAIN : <cuing> yoke, chain -- CHAIN : <rond, ronn> chain, bond -- CHAMPION : <ánrad> hero, warrior, champion -- CHAMPION : <eirr, err> chariot-fighter, champion, warrior -- CHANCES : <ad°cumaing> strikes, cuts; happens, chances -- CHANTS : <fo°cain> accompanies with song, sings to, chants -- CHARIOT : <culgaire> noise, rumble of a chariot -- CHARIOT-FIGHTER : <eirr, err> chariot-fighter, champion, warrior -- CHARIOT-RUMBLE : <Grellach Culgairi> Bog of the Chariot-rumble -- CHARIOTEER : <are, arae, ara> charioteer -- CHASE : <forim> chase -- CHEESE : <gruth> curds, cheese -- CHEESE : <tanach> pressed cheese -- CICHOL : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- CICHOL : <Cicul Gricen-choss> Cichol Clapperleg -- CICHOL : <Cicul, Cichul, Ciccul> Cichol -- CIRCLE : <cúairt> circle; tour, journey -- CIRCUIT : <mórthimchell> great circuit -- CLAPPERLEG : <Cicul Gricen-choss> Cichol Clapperleg -- CLEARING : <réidig> leveling, smoothing; clearing (land) -- CLEARS : <sligid> strikes, slays; clears -- CLOAK : <bratt> cloak, mantle -- CLOISTER : <Cell Letrech> Cloister Letrech -- CLOISTER : <cell> cloister, monastic settlement -- CLOTH : <bréit> strip; cloth; shred -- CLOTHING : <étach> clothing, garment -- CLOUD : <Arcatnél> Silver Cloud -- COGNOMEN : <comainm> name, cognomen -- COHABITATION : <cardess, cairdes> friendship, love, cohabitation -- COLLISION : <comrac> encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation -- COLOUR : <dath> colour; hue, tint -- COLOUR : <lí> beauty, lustre, glory; colour -- COMBAT : <comrac> encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation -- COMBAT : <éccomlonn> unequal combat, unfair odds -- COMES : <do°icc, tic(c), tig> approaches; gets; comes -- COMES : <do°tét, do°téit> comes; goes -- COMPANION : <coicéle, coicéile> companion, friend; friendship -- COMPANY : <coimthecht> company -- COMPANY : <muinter> family; party, followers; retinue, company -- COMPETES : <con°sní> contends, competes -- COMPULSION : <écen> necessity, compulsion -- CONALL : <Conall> Conall -- CONCEALS : <celid> conceals, hides -- CONCHOBAR : <Conchubur, Conchobar> Conchobar -- CONFLICT : <debuith> conflict -- CONGAL : <Congal> Congal -- CONNACHT : <Connacht> Connacht -- CONNACHT : <Connacht> inhabitant of Connacht -- CONQUEST : <gabál, gabáil> taking, conquest -- CONTENDS : <con°sní> contends, competes -- COOKING : <berbad> boiling, cooking -- COPPER : <(h)ume, (h)umae> copper -- CORACLE : <curach> coracle, skiff, boat -- CORKAGUINEY : <Corco Duibne> Corkaguiney -- COUCH : <imdae> bed, couch -- COUPLE : <dias> two people, pair, couple -- COURSE : <fecht> course, journey; time, occasion -- COURSE : <lorg> trail, path, course -- COURSE : <rith> run, course -- COURSE : <rían> course, route; sea, ocean -- COVERING : <forbbaid> covering; shroud -- COW : <bó> cow, ox -- CRACKS : <teinnid, tennaid> cuts, cracks, breaks -- CRAFTMANSHIP : <druine> skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity -- CRAFTSMAN : <dán> craftsman, man of art -- CROWN : <mind> crown, diadem, summit -- CRUACHAIN : <Crúachu, Crúachain> Cruachain -- CRUSHES : <for°nesa> strikes, kicks, crushes -- CUAILNGE : <Cúailnge> Cuailnge -- CUAILNGE : <Táin Bó Cúailnge> Cattle-Raid of Cuailnge -- CUIRITHIR : <Cuirithir mac Doborchon> Cuirithir son of Doborchu -- CUIRITHIR : <Curithir, Cuirithir> Cuirithir -- CULANN : <Cú Chulainn> Hound of Culann -- CURDS : <gruth> curds, cheese -- CURE : <ícc> cure; solution -- CUSTOM : <bés> custom, habit -- CUSTOMARY : <gnáth> usual, customary; known -- CUTS : <ad°cumaing> strikes, cuts; happens, chances -- CUTS : <teinnid, tennaid> cuts, cracks, breaks -- DAIRE : <Dáire mac Fiachnai> Daire son of Fiachnae -- DAMAGE : <Dollud> distress, damage, havoc -- DAMAGING : <collud> damaging, destroying -- DARES : <ro°laimethar> dares -- DARKNESS : <dorche, dorchae> darkness -- DART : <cleittíne> javelin, dart -- DAUGHTER : <ingen> daughter -- DAY : <láaN, láN> day, daylight -- DAYLIGHT : <láaN, láN> day, daylight -- DEAD : <marb> dead -- DEAL : <caingen> deal, bargain -- DEATH : <bás> death -- DECIDES : <eter°certa> interprets; decides, determines -- DECISION : <etercert> interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision -- DECLARATION : <tacre, tacrae> pleading, declaration, dispute -- DECORATION : <forníam> ornament, decoration -- DEFEATS : <brissid> breaks, destroys; defeats -- DEFEATS : <con°boing> breaks; defeats; violates -- DEFENDS : <im(m)°dích> defends, protects -- DEFERS : <in°snádi> defers, puts off -- DEICHTIRE : <Deichtire, Deichtine> Deichtire -- DENSITY : <dlúm> mass, density -- DESCENT : <cenél> race, tribe; descent -- DESIRE : <áil> desire -- DESTROYING : <collud> damaging, destroying -- DESTROYS : <brissid> breaks, destroys; defeats -- DESTROYS : <díthaigid> destroys -- DESTROYS : <lottid> injures, spoils, destroys -- DESTRUCTION : <dortuth, dórtad> pouring out; destruction -- DETERMINES : <eter°certa> interprets; decides, determines -- DEVOURS : <gelid> grazes, devours -- DEXTERITY : <druine> skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity -- DIADEM : <mind> crown, diadem, summit -- DIES : <at°baill> dies -- DILIGENT : <léir> diligent -- DIRECTION : <leth> side, direction -- DISCUSSION : <etercert> interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision -- DISPUTE : <tacre, tacrae> pleading, declaration, dispute -- DISTANT : <etercían> far, distant, remote -- DISTRESS : <Dollud> distress, damage, havoc -- DISTRESS : <Grellach Dolluid> Bog of Distress -- DISTRESS : <tochomracht> distress, weariness, vexation -- DISTRICT : <Dál Araide> the district of Arad -- DISTRICT : <brug, bruig> region, district -- DITCH : <clad> ditch, dyke -- DITCH : <clas, class> ditch, furrow; pit -- DOBORCHU : <Cuirithir mac Doborchon> Cuirithir son of Doborchu -- DOES : <do°gní> does; makes -- DOMAIN : <flaith> rule; domain; ruler -- DOMNANN : <Inber Domnann> Rivermouth Domnann -- DOOMSDAY : <bráth> Doomsday -- DOOR-POST : <ursa(n), ersa> door-post -- DOWN : <snigid> pours down, flows, drops -- DREAM : <aislinge> vision, dream -- DRIVING : <immáin> driving; roaming, wandering about -- DROPS : <snigid> pours down, flows, drops -- DUST : <men, min> powder, dust -- DWELLING : <teg, tech> house, dwelling -- DYKE : <clad> ditch, dyke -- EACH : <cach, cech> each, every, any -- EAGER : <éscaid> alert, eager; swift -- EAR : <áu> ear -- EARTH : <íriu> land, earth, soil -- EARTH : <talam> earth, ground -- EARTH : <tír> earth, territory, land -- EAST : <arL, airL> before, for, in front of, east of -- ECHAID : <Echaid> Echaid -- EDMAND : <Edmann> Edmonn, Edmand -- EDMONN : <Edmann> Edmonn, Edmand -- EEL : <escong> eel -- EMAIN : <Emain, Emuin> Emain Macha -- EMOIR : <Slíab Émóir> Emoir Hill -- EMPTY : <folam> empty, vain -- ENCLOSURE : <airlise> forecourt, enclosure -- ENCOUNTER : <comrac> encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation -- ENCOUNTER : <dál> meeting, encounter -- ENCOUNTERS : <con°ricc> meets, encounters -- END : <cenn> head, front; end -- END : <dead, diad> end -- END : <díden> end -- END : <ind> end -- ENTERTAINMENT : <cuirm> ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment -- ENTREATS : <do°guid> entreats, asks pardon -- ERROR : <sechbaid> excess; error -- ESRU : <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú> Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru -- ESTIMATES : <ad°midethar> estimates, evaluates -- ETHRAG : <Mag nEthrige> the Field of Ethrag -- EVALUATES : <ad°midethar> estimates, evaluates -- EVASION : <imgabál, imgabáil> avoiding; evasion -- EVEN : <cía> although, even if -- EVEN : <réid> smooth, even, level -- EVERY : <cach, cech> each, every, any -- EVERYBODY : <cách> everybody, everyone -- EVERYONE : <cách> everybody, everyone -- EVIL : <olc> evil, wrong; misfortune -- EXALTS : <con°ocaib> truly raises, truly exalts -- EXALTS : <ocaib> raises, exalts -- EXCELLENCE : <boid, búaid> victory; excellence, special quality; advantage -- EXCELLENT : <caín> fine, excellent, beautiful -- EXCEPT : <acht> except, only, save, but -- EXCESS : <sechbaid> excess; error -- EXCITES : <con°saídi> stirs up, excites -- EXEMPTS : <im(m)°dídnathar> protects, releases, exempts -- EXISTENCE : <bethu> life, existence -- EXPELLING : <tafann> hunting, pursuing, expelling -- EYE : <súil> eye -- EYEBROW : <brú, brá> eyebrow, brow -- FACE : <bél> lip; mouth, face -- FAGGOT : <cúal> faggot -- FAIR : <gel> fair, white, bright -- FAIRY : <síd> fairy fort -- FALSE : <gáu, gó> falsehood, false judgement -- FALSEHOOD : <gáu, gó> falsehood, false judgement -- FAME : <cloth> fame, reputation -- FAMILY : <muinter> family; party, followers; retinue, company -- FAMOUS : <bladach> famous, renowned; splendid -- FAR : <conicci> as far as, up to, to, till -- FAR : <etercían> far, distant, remote -- FAT : <blonac> fat, lard, grease -- FAT : <brechtán> butter, fat, relish -- FATHER : <athir, athair> father -- FEA : <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú> Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru -- FEAT : <cless> feat, skill -- FEEBLE : <timm> soft, pliant; feeble -- FENCE : <airbe> hedge, fence -- FIACHNAE : <Dáire mac Fiachnai> Daire son of Fiachnae -- FIELD : <Mag Ítha> the Field of Ith -- FIELD : <Mag Latharna> the Field of Lathairn -- FIELD : <Mag Lí> the Field of Beauty -- FIELD : <Mag nEthrige> the Field of Ethrag -- FIELD : <mag> plain, field -- FIFTY : <coíca> fifty -- FIGHT : <cath> battle, fight -- FINE : <caín> fine, excellent, beautiful -- FIRE : <daig> flame, fire; pang -- FIRE : <tene, teine> fire -- FIRMNESS : <daingne> firmness -- FIRST : <cét> first; fresh, new -- FIRSTLY : <cétamus> firstly -- FIRTH : <loch> lake, firth; pool -- FISHING : <íascach> fishing -- FIT : <dír> proper, fit, necessary -- FLAME : <daig> flame, fire; pang -- FLIES : <luith, luid> moves; flies -- FLOOR : <lár> floor, surface; middle -- FLOWER : <bláth> flower, blossom; bloom -- FLOWS : <snigid> pours down, flows, drops -- FOLLOWERS : <muinter> family; party, followers; retinue, company -- FOMORACH : <Fomorach> Fomorach -- FOOD : <biad> food -- FOOT : <coss, cos> foot, leg -- FOR : <air, ar> for -- FORD : <Áth da Ḟerta> Ford of the Two Mounds -- FORD : <áth> ford -- FORE-ARM : <rig> fore-arm -- FORECOURT : <airlise> forecourt, enclosure -- FOREHEAD : <étan, édan> front, brow, forehead -- FOREIGN : <allmar> foreign -- FOREST : <caill> wood, forest -- FORK : <gabul, gabal> fork -- FORM : <cruth> form, appearance -- FORT : <Dún Imrid> Fort Imrid -- FORT : <síd> fairy fort -- FORTUNATE : <soithcedach> prosperous, fortunate -- FOTHARTAIG : <Mael Fothartaig> Mael Fothartaig -- FOUR : <ceth(a)ir, cethéoir> four -- FOURTH : <cethraimthe> quarter, fourth part -- FOWLING : <enach> bird-hunting, fowling -- FREE : <sóer> free man -- FREQUENTS : <taithigid> frequents, practices -- FRESH : <cét> first; fresh, new -- FRESH : <lemnacht> new/fresh milk -- FRIEND : <carae> friend -- FRIEND : <coicéle, coicéile> companion, friend; friendship -- FRIENDSHIP : <cardess, cairdes> friendship, love, cohabitation -- FRIENDSHIP : <coicéle, coicéile> companion, friend; friendship -- FROM : <diL, deL> from, of -- FROM : <essH, asH, aH> out of, from -- FRONT : <anair> from the front, before -- FRONT : <arL, airL> before, for, in front of, east of -- FRONT : <cenn> head, front; end -- FRONT : <comair> in front of -- FRONT : <étan, édan> front, brow, forehead -- FRONT : <tair> in front -- FULL : <lán> full, ample -- FULL : <lín> full number; number -- FURROW : <clas, class> ditch, furrow; pit -- FURY : <Luth Luamnach> the Fury of the Pilotage -- GARB : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- GARMENT : <étach> clothing, garment -- GENTLE : <moíth> gentle, tender -- GETS : <do°icc, tic(c), tig> approaches; gets; comes -- GIVES : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- GLORY : <lí> beauty, lustre, glory; colour -- GO : <cor> putting; throwing; letting go -- GOD : <dé, día> god -- GOES : <do°tét, do°téit> comes; goes -- GOES : <for°ruimi> sets, places; goes -- GOES : <téit> goes -- GOLD : <ór> gold -- GOLL : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- GOOD : <fó> good -- GOOD : <maith> good -- GRANDSON : <Ó mac Úais> the grandson of the son of the Noble one -- GRANTS : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- GRASS : <fér> grass -- GRAZES : <gelid> grazes, devours -- GREASE : <blonac> fat, lard, grease -- GREAT : <már, mór> big, great -- GREAT : <mochtide> great, mighty -- GREAT : <mórthimchell> great circuit -- GREATNESS : <méit> greatness, magnitude, size -- GREENISH : <glass, glas> greenish, blue, grey -- GREY : <glass, glas> greenish, blue, grey -- GROUND : <talam> earth, ground -- GUMOR : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- HABIT : <bés> custom, habit -- HAPPENS : <ad°cumaing> strikes, cuts; happens, chances -- HAPPINESS : <fáilte> joy, happiness -- HAPPINESS : <subae> joy, pleasure, happiness -- HAPPY : <fóelid> happy -- HARMONIOUS : <co(i)cetal> harmonious music -- HARNESSED : <inneltae> yoked, harnessed -- HAVOC : <Dollud> distress, damage, havoc -- HAZEL-TREE : <coll> hazel-tree -- HE : <(h)é, síL, (h)ed> he, she, it -- HE : <aN> he -- HE : <idL> he -- HE : <idN, dN, -N> he -- HE : <seom, som> he, it -- HE : <tN> he -- HEAD : <cenn> head, front; end -- HEARS : <at°chluin> hears -- HEARS : <ro°cluinethar> hears -- HEART : <cride> heart -- HEDGE : <airbe> hedge, fence -- HEIFER : <dartaid> heifer, bull calf -- HEIFER : <samaisc> heifer -- HER : <aH> her -- HERB : <luss, lus> herb, plant, vegetable -- HERE : <sund> here -- HERO : <ánrad> hero, warrior, champion -- HIDES : <celid> conceals, hides -- HILL : <Slíab Émóir> Emoir Hill -- HILL : <Slíab Fúait> Wooden Hill -- HIMSELF : <fodén> self, himself; own -- HINDER : <aiss, ais> back, hinder part -- HIS : <aL> his, its -- HITHER : <illei, ille> hither; since; moreover -- HOLDING : <congbál> occupation, holding -- HOME : <dom, dam> house, home -- HORSE : <ech> horse -- HORSE : <gabor> (white) horse, mare -- HOST : <slóg, slúag> troop, host, army -- HOUND : <Cú Chulainn> Hound of Culann -- HOUND : <Cú> Hound -- HOUND : <Mac Con Glinne> Son of the Hound of the Valley -- HOUR : <tráth> period of time, (canonical) hour -- HOUSE : <dom, dam> house, home -- HOUSE : <teg, tech> house, dwelling -- HOW : <cinnas> how -- HUE : <dath> colour; hue, tint -- HUNDRED : <cétN> hundred -- HUNTING : <tafann> hunting, pursuing, expelling -- HURTFUL : <doltach> pernicious, hurtful -- IF : <acht> if only, provided that -- IF : <cía> although, even if -- IF : <diaN> when; if -- IF : <mani> if not -- IF : <má, ma> if -- IMPERFECT : <no> (introduces imperfect) -- IMRID : <Dún Imrid> Fort Imrid -- INDEED : <ém, éim> truly, indeed, then -- INDEED : <trá, tra> then, well, so, indeed, moreover -- INHABITANT : <Connacht> inhabitant of Connacht -- INHOSPITALITY : <dochell> niggardliness, inhospitality -- INJURES : <lottid> injures, spoils, destroys -- INTERCOURSE : <gnás> intercourse -- INTERPRETATION : <etercert> interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision -- INTERPRETING : <breth> passing judgement, interpreting -- INTERPRETS : <eter°certa> interprets; decides, determines -- INTERVAL : <aret, airet> length, interval, space (of time) -- INTO : <in, iN> in, into -- INTRODUCES : <no> (introduces imperfect) -- INVOKES : <for-t-gella> affirms, calls to witness, invokes -- IRELAND : <Ériu> Ireland -- IRON : <iarn> iron -- IS : <-did> is -- IS : <attá> is -- IS : <is> is -- ISLAND : <inis> island -- IT : <(h)é, síL, (h)ed> he, she, it -- IT : <aL> it -- IT : <seom, som> he, it -- ITH : <Íth> Ith -- ITH : <Mag Ítha> the Field of Ith -- ITS : <aL> his, its -- JAVELIN : <cleittíne> javelin, dart -- JOURNEY : <cúairt> circle; tour, journey -- JOURNEY : <fecht> course, journey; time, occasion -- JOY : <fáilte> joy, happiness -- JOY : <subae> joy, pleasure, happiness -- JUDGEMENT : <breth> passing judgement, interpreting -- JUDGEMENT : <etercert> interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision -- JUDGEMENT : <gáu, gó> falsehood, false judgement -- JUDGMENT : <bráth> judgment -- JUSTICE : <fír> truth; right; justice -- KEEPS : <con°oí> keeps, preserves -- KICKS : <for°nesa> strikes, kicks, crushes -- KILLING : <marbad> killing, slaying -- KILLS : <gonaid> slays, kills, wounds -- KILLS : <marbaid> kills -- KIN : <fine> kin -- KNOWLEDGE : <suíthe> wisdom, knowledge -- KNOWN : <gnáth> usual, customary; known -- KNOWS : <ro°fitir> knows -- LAEG : <Fertae Loíg> Laeg's tumulus -- LAEG : <Lóeg> Laeg -- LAKE : <linn> pool, lake, sea -- LAKE : <loch> lake, firth; pool -- LAND : <íriu> land, earth, soil -- LAND : <réidig> leveling, smoothing; clearing (land) -- LAND : <tír> earth, territory, land -- LARD : <blonac> fat, lard, grease -- LAST : <araír> last night -- LATHAIRN : <Mag Latharna> the Field of Lathairn -- LEAP : <bedg> start, leap -- LEAVES : <fo°ácaib> leaves -- LEFT : <clé> left -- LEFT-HAND : <túaithbel> left-hand side -- LEG : <coss, cos> foot, leg -- LEINSTERMEN : <Laigni> Leinstermen, Leinsterwomen -- LEINSTERWOMEN : <Laigni> Leinstermen, Leinsterwomen -- LENGTH : <aret, airet> length, interval, space (of time) -- LETRECH : <Cell Letrech> Cloister Letrech -- LETTING : <cor> putting; throwing; letting go -- LEVEL : <léibend, léibenn> level surface -- LEVEL : <réid> smooth, even, level -- LEVELING : <réidig> leveling, smoothing; clearing (land) -- LIADAIN : <Líadain> Liadain -- LIFE : <bethu> life, existence -- LIFE : <bith> world; life; age, period -- LIGHT : <sorche, sorchae> light, brightness -- LIKELY : <doích> likely -- LIP : <bél> lip; mouth, face -- LOEGAIRE : <Lóegaire, Lóeguire> Loegaire -- LONG : <cían> long time; period -- LONG : <síth> long -- LOOKING : <fégaid> looking at, scanning, observing -- LOOKS : <de°éci, do°écai> looks -- LOUD : <deilm> loud, rumbling noise -- LOVE : <cardess, cairdes> friendship, love, cohabitation -- LOVE : <serc> love -- LOVELY : <álaind> beautiful, lovely -- LOVES : <caraid> loves -- LUSTRE : <lí> beauty, lustre, glory; colour -- MACHA : <Emain, Emuin> Emain Macha -- MAEL : <Mael Fothartaig> Mael Fothartaig -- MAGNITUDE : <méit> greatness, magnitude, size -- MAKES : <do°gní> does; makes -- MAN : <dán> craftsman, man of art -- MAN : <fer> man -- MAN : <gillae> servant, armed man -- MAN : <sóer> free man -- MANTLE : <bratt> cloak, mantle -- MANUAL : <druine> skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity -- MANY : <il> many, numerous -- MANY : <im(m)da> many, abundant -- MARE : <gabor> (white) horse, mare -- MASS : <dlúm> mass, density -- MEETING : <dál> meeting, encounter -- MEETS : <con°ricc> meets, encounters -- MERCY : <trócaire> mercy -- MESSAGE : <aithesc> message -- MIDDLE : <lár> floor, surface; middle -- MIGHTY : <mochtide> great, mighty -- MILK : <lemnacht> new/fresh milk -- MIRE : <grellach> bog, mire -- MISFORTUNE : <olc> evil, wrong; misfortune -- MONASTIC : <cell> cloister, monastic settlement -- MONTH : <mí> month -- MORE : <dorísi, dorís> again, once more -- MOREOVER : <illei, ille> hither; since; moreover -- MOREOVER : <trá, tra> then, well, so, indeed, moreover -- MORSEL : <mír> morsel, mouthful, portion -- MOTHER : <máthir, máthair> mother -- MOUNDS : <Áth da Ḟerta> Ford of the Two Mounds -- MOUTH : <bél> lip; mouth, face -- MOUTHFUL : <mír> morsel, mouthful, portion -- MOVES : <luith, luid> moves; flies -- MUSIC : <céol> music -- MUSIC : <co(i)cetal> harmonious music -- MUTUALLY : <imbL, immL> around, about; mutually -- MY : <moL, mL> my -- NAME : <ainm> name -- NAME : <comainm> name, cognomen -- NATURAL : <toich> natural, proper -- NECESSARY : <dír> proper, fit, necessary -- NECESSITY : <aidilcne> necessity, need -- NECESSITY : <écen> necessity, compulsion -- NEED : <aidilcne> necessity, need -- NEGLECT : <foll, faill> neglect -- NEW : <cét> first; fresh, new -- NEW : <lemnacht> new/fresh milk -- NIGGARDLINESS : <dochell> niggardliness, inhospitality -- NIGHT : <adaig> night -- NIGHT : <araír> last night -- NINE : <noí> nine -- NO : <naicc> no, not -- NOBLE : <Ó mac Úais> the grandson of the son of the Noble one -- NOISE : <culgaire> noise, rumble of a chariot -- NOISE : <deilm> loud, rumbling noise -- NON : <an-> non- -- NOR : <ná, na> not, nor -- NORTH : <antúaid> from the north -- NORTH-WEST : <aníarthúaid> from the north-west, in the north-west -- NOT : <mani> if not -- NOT : <nad> not -- NOT : <naicc> no, not -- NOT : <ná, na> not, nor -- NOT : <ní, ni> not -- NOT : <nícon, nicon> not -- NOW : <dano, dono> again, now, then -- NOW : <didiu, didu> now, therefore, then -- NUMBER : <lín> full number; number -- NUMEROUS : <il> many, numerous -- OAF : <borb> oaf -- OATH : <tongaid> swears, takes an oath -- OBSERVES : <*ar°éci> observes -- OBSERVING : <fégaid> looking at, scanning, observing -- OBTAINS : <saigid> seeks, obtains -- OBVIOUS : <airdirc> obvious; renowned -- OCCASION : <fecht> course, journey; time, occasion -- OCCUPATION : <congbál> occupation, holding -- OCEAN : <bath> sea, ocean -- OCEAN : <rían> course, route; sea, ocean -- ODDS : <éccomlonn> unequal combat, unfair odds -- OF : <diL, deL> from, of -- OF : <essH, asH, aH> out of, from -- OF : <immach> out of, out -- OFF : <in°snádi> defers, puts off -- OLD : <sen> old -- ONCE : <dorísi, dorís> again, once more -- ONE : <Ó mac Úais> the grandson of the son of the Noble one -- ONE : <oenar> one person, one alone -- ONE : <óen-> one, single -- ONE : <sude, suide> this one, the aforementioned -- ONLY : <acht> except, only, save, but -- ONLY : <acht> if only, provided that -- OR : <nó> or -- ORDER : <ar-aN> so that, in order that, that -- ORNAMENT : <forníam> ornament, decoration -- OTHER : <aile> other -- OUR : <arN> our -- OUT : <essH, asH, aH> out of, from -- OUT : <immach> out of, out -- OUTSIDE : <díanechtair> from outside -- OUTSIDE : <sechtair> outside -- OVER : <for> on, over -- OVER : <tar> across, over -- OVERTHROWS : <do°scara> overthrows, ruins -- OWN : <féin, feissin> -self, own -- OWN : <fodén> self, himself; own -- OX : <bó> cow, ox -- PAIR : <dias> two people, pair, couple -- PANG : <daig> flame, fire; pang -- PARDON : <do°guid> entreats, asks pardon -- PART : <aiss, ais> back, hinder part -- PART : <cethraimthe> quarter, fourth part -- PARTHOLON : <Partholón> Partholon -- PARTS : <scaraid> separates, parts -- PARTY : <muinter> family; party, followers; retinue, company -- PASSING : <breth> passing judgement, interpreting -- PAST : <sech> past, beyond -- PATH : <lorg> trail, path, course -- PEACE : <córe, córae> peace -- PEOPLE : <dias> two people, pair, couple -- PEOPLE : <tóth, túath> tribe, people -- PEOPLE : <triar> three people -- PERFORMS : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- PERIOD : <aimser, amsir> time, period, season -- PERIOD : <bith> world; life; age, period -- PERIOD : <cían> long time; period -- PERIOD : <tráth> period of time, (canonical) hour -- PERNICIOUS : <doltach> pernicious, hurtful -- PERSON : <dóer> unfree person -- PERSON : <oenar> one person, one alone -- PILGRIMAGE : <ailithre> pilgrimage -- PILOTAGE : <Luth Luamnach> the Fury of the Pilotage -- PIT : <clas, class> ditch, furrow; pit -- PLACE : <fail> place, spot -- PLACES : <for°ruimi> sets, places; goes -- PLAIN : <fossad, fosad> plain surface -- PLAIN : <mag> plain, field -- PLANT : <luss, lus> herb, plant, vegetable -- PLEADING : <tacre, tacrae> pleading, declaration, dispute -- PLEASURE : <áinius> pleasure -- PLEASURE : <subae> joy, pleasure, happiness -- PLIANT : <timm> soft, pliant; feeble -- POET : <éces, éices> scholar, sage, poet -- POLE : <fert> shaft, pole -- POLE : <síthbe> pole, shaft -- POOL : <linn> pool, lake, sea -- POOL : <loch> lake, firth; pool -- PORTION : <mír> morsel, mouthful, portion -- POURING : <dortuth, dórtad> pouring out; destruction -- POURS : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- POURS : <snigid> pours down, flows, drops -- POWDER : <men, min> powder, dust -- PRACTICES : <clechtaid> practices -- PRACTICES : <taithigid> frequents, practices -- PRESENCE : <fiadnaise> presence -- PRESERVES : <con°oí> keeps, preserves -- PRESSED : <tanach> pressed cheese -- PROCEEDS : <gaibid> takes; proceeds; recites -- PROMPT : <fobaid> quick, prompt, active -- PROPER : <dír> proper, fit, necessary -- PROPER : <toich> natural, proper -- PROSPEROUS : <soithcedach> prosperous, fortunate -- PROTECTION : <commairche> protection, refuge -- PROTECTION : <foscath, foscad> shade, protection -- PROTECTS : <aingid> protects -- PROTECTS : <im(m)°dích> defends, protects -- PROTECTS : <im(m)°dídnathar> protects, releases, exempts -- PROVIDED : <acht> if only, provided that -- PROWESS : <gaisced> weapons, armour; prowess -- PURSUING : <tafann> hunting, pursuing, expelling -- PUTS : <fo°ceird> sets, puts; throws -- PUTS : <fo°cuirethar> puts, throws -- PUTS : <in°snádi> defers, puts off -- PUTTING : <cor> putting; throwing; letting go -- QUALITY : <boid, búaid> victory; excellence, special quality; advantage -- QUANTITY : <anba> vast quantity -- QUARTER : <cethraimthe> quarter, fourth part -- QUICK : <fobaid> quick, prompt, active -- RACE : <cenél> race, tribe; descent -- RAISES : <con°ocaib> truly raises, truly exalts -- RAISES : <ocaib> raises, exalts -- RAMPART : <caisel> stone wall, rampart -- REACHES : <do°roich> reaches -- REACHES : <ro°saig> reaches -- RECITES : <gaibid> takes; proceeds; recites -- RED : <derg> red -- RED : <flann> blood red -- REDDENS : <im(m)°derga> reddens -- REFUGE : <commairche> protection, refuge -- REFULGENT : <do°aitni> shines, is refulgent -- REGION : <brug, bruig> region, district -- RELATES : <ad°fét> tells, relates -- RELATION : <comrac> encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation -- RELEASES : <im(m)°dídnathar> protects, releases, exempts -- RELISH : <brechtán> butter, fat, relish -- REMEDY : <les> remedy; advantage -- REMOTE : <etercían> far, distant, remote -- REMOVES : <gataid> takes away, removes; steals -- RENOWNED : <airdirc> obvious; renowned -- RENOWNED : <bladach> famous, renowned; splendid -- REPUTATION : <cloth> fame, reputation -- REQUESTING : <cuingid, cuindchid> seeking, requesting -- RETINUE : <muinter> family; party, followers; retinue, company -- RETURNS : <in°soí> turns, returns -- RIGHT : <dess> right, south of -- RIGHT : <fír> truth; right; justice -- RIGHT-HAND : <desel, deisel> right-hand side -- RIVERMOUTH : <Inber Domnann> Rivermouth Domnann -- ROAMING : <immáin> driving; roaming, wandering about -- ROARING : <géim> roaring (of cattle) -- ROCK : <lecc> rock, stone -- RONAN : <Rónán> Ronan -- ROOT : <mecon, mecan> root -- ROUTE : <rían> course, route; sea, ocean -- RUINS : <do°scara> overthrows, ruins -- RULE : <flaith> rule; domain; ruler -- RULER : <flaith> rule; domain; ruler -- RULER : <flathem, flaithem> ruler -- RUMBLE : <culgaire> noise, rumble of a chariot -- RUMBLING : <deilm> loud, rumbling noise -- RUN : <rith> run, course -- RUNS : <fo°reith> runs under -- SAGE : <éces, éices> scholar, sage, poet -- SAID : <dixit> said -- SAID : <ol> says, said -- SAUSAGE : <maróc> sausage -- SAVE : <acht> except, only, save, but -- SAYING : <ráidid> saying, uttering, speaking -- SAYS : <as°beir> says, speaks -- SAYS : <ol> says, said -- SCANNING : <fégaid> looking at, scanning, observing -- SCHOLAR : <éces, éices> scholar, sage, poet -- SEA : <bath> sea, ocean -- SEA : <fairrge> sea -- SEA : <linn> pool, lake, sea -- SEA : <rían> course, route; sea, ocean -- SEARCH : <íarar, íarair> search -- SEASON : <aimser, amsir> time, period, season -- SEEING : <aicsiu> seeing -- SEEKING : <cuingid, cuindchid> seeking, requesting -- SEEKS : <saigid> seeks, obtains -- SEES : <ad°cí, at°chí> sees -- SELF : <féin, feissin> -self, own -- SELF : <fodén> self, himself; own -- SEPARATES : <scaraid> separates, parts -- SERVANT : <gillae> servant, armed man -- SETS : <for°ruimi> sets, places; goes -- SETS : <fo°ceird> sets, puts; throws -- SETS : <fóbair> begins, sets about -- SETTLEMENT : <cell> cloister, monastic settlement -- SEVEN : <sechtN> seven -- SEXUAL : <comrac> encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation -- SEXUAL : <oentu> unity, alliance, sexual union -- SHADE : <foscath, foscad> shade, protection -- SHAFT : <fert> shaft, pole -- SHAFT : <lorg> stick, shaft -- SHAFT : <síthbe> pole, shaft -- SHE : <(h)é, síL, (h)ed> he, she, it -- SHE : <daH> she -- SHE : <deH, den> she -- SHE : <sN, s> she -- SHE : <si> she -- SHEDS : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- SHIELD : <scíath> shield, wing -- SHINES : <do°aitni> shines, is refulgent -- SHINY : <bán> white, shiny -- SHORT : <gair> short; a short time -- SHOWS : <do°adbat> shows -- SHRED : <bréit> strip; cloth; shred -- SHROUD : <forbbaid> covering; shroud -- SIDE : <desel, deisel> right-hand side -- SIDE : <leth> side, direction -- SIDE : <toíb> side -- SIDE : <tóeb> side -- SIDE : <túaithbel> left-hand side -- SILVER : <Arcatnél> Silver Cloud -- SILVER : <Findarcat> White Silver -- SILVER : <arcat, argat> silver -- SINCE : <illei, ille> hither; since; moreover -- SINCE : <ó> since -- SINCE : <úair, uair> since -- SINGING : <amar> singing, song -- SINGLE : <óen-> one, single -- SINGS : <fo°cain> accompanies with song, sings to, chants -- SITTING : <sude, suide> sitting -- SIZE : <méit> greatness, magnitude, size -- SKIFF : <curach> coracle, skiff, boat -- SKILL : <cless> feat, skill -- SKILL : <druine> skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity -- SLAYING : <marbad> killing, slaying -- SLAYS : <benaid> beats, strikes, slays, wounds -- SLAYS : <gonaid> slays, kills, wounds -- SLAYS : <sligid> strikes, slays; clears -- SLEEP : <cotlud> sleeping, sleep -- SLEEPING : <cotlud> sleeping, sleep -- SLEEPS : <con°tuili> sleeps -- SLEEPS : <foad, foid, foaid> sleeps together -- SMILES : <fris°tibi> smiles on -- SMOOTH : <réid> smooth, even, level -- SMOOTHING : <réidig> leveling, smoothing; clearing (land) -- SNOW : <snechtae, snechta> snow -- SO : <amae, amin, amne> thus, in that way, so, then -- SO : <ar-aN> so that, in order that, that -- SO : <con, coN> until; so that; and -- SO : <samlaid, amlaid> thus, so, in this way -- SO : <trá, tra> then, well, so, indeed, moreover -- SOFT : <boca> soft -- SOFT : <timm> soft, pliant; feeble -- SOIL : <íriu> land, earth, soil -- SOLUTION : <ícc> cure; solution -- SOMETHING : <ní> something, anything -- SON : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- SON : <Cuirithir mac Doborchon> Cuirithir son of Doborchu -- SON : <Dáire mac Fiachnai> Daire son of Fiachnae -- SON : <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú> Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru -- SON : <Mac Con Glinne> Son of the Hound of the Valley -- SON : <Ó mac Úais> the grandson of the son of the Noble one -- SON : <macc, mac> son -- SONG : <amar> singing, song -- SONG : <fo°cain> accompanies with song, sings to, chants -- SORROW : <brón> sorrow -- SOUND : <fogur> sound -- SOUTH : <dess> right, south of -- SPACE : <aret, airet> length, interval, space (of time) -- SPEAKING : <ráidid> saying, uttering, speaking -- SPEAKS : <ad°gládathar> addresses, speaks to -- SPEAKS : <as°beir> says, speaks -- SPECIAL : <boid, búaid> victory; excellence, special quality; advantage -- SPLENDID : <án> splendid, brilliant; splendour -- SPLENDID : <bladach> famous, renowned; splendid -- SPLENDOUR : <án> splendid, brilliant; splendour -- SPLINTER : <scolb> splinter, wattle -- SPOILS : <lottid> injures, spoils, destroys -- SPOT : <fail> place, spot -- SRU : <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú> Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru -- START : <bedg> start, leap -- STEALS : <gataid> takes away, removes; steals -- STICK : <lorg> stick, shaft -- STIRS : <con°saídi> stirs up, excites -- STONE : <caisel> stone wall, rampart -- STONE : <lecc> rock, stone -- STRENGTH : <bríg> strength, value -- STRENGTH : <dene, deine> strength -- STREWING : <sreth> strewing; arrangement -- STRIKES : <ad°cumaing> strikes, cuts; happens, chances -- STRIKES : <benaid> beats, strikes, slays, wounds -- STRIKES : <for°nesa> strikes, kicks, crushes -- STRIKES : <sligid> strikes, slays; clears -- STRIP : <bréit> strip; cloth; shred -- STRONG : <trén> strong -- SUMMIT : <mind> crown, diadem, summit -- SUPPLIES : <feraid> grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds -- SUPPORTS : <fo°loing> supports, sustains -- SURFACE : <fossad, fosad> plain surface -- SURFACE : <lár> floor, surface; middle -- SURFACE : <léibend, léibenn> level surface -- SURVIVING : <tigbae> surviving -- SUSTAINS : <fo°loing> supports, sustains -- SWEARS : <for°toing> swears, attests -- SWEARS : <tongaid> swears, takes an oath -- SWIFT : <éscaid> alert, eager; swift -- SWIMS : <do°sná> swims -- TAIN : <Táin> Tain, cattle-raid -- TAKES : <gaibid> takes; proceeds; recites -- TAKES : <gataid> takes away, removes; steals -- TAKES : <tongaid> swears, takes an oath -- TAKING : <gabál, gabáil> taking, conquest -- TELLS : <ad°fét> tells, relates -- TELLS : <indis(s)id> tells -- TENDER : <moíth> gentle, tender -- TERRITORY : <crích> boundary, territory -- TERRITORY : <tír> earth, territory, land -- THAT : <(s)aN> that which, what -- THAT : <-aN, -saN> that which, what -- THAT : <acht> if only, provided that -- THAT : <amae, amin, amne> thus, in that way, so, then -- THAT : <anL> what, that what -- THAT : <anní> this, that -- THAT : <ar-aN> so that, in order that, that -- THAT : <con, coN> until; so that; and -- THAT : <ed-ón> that is -- THAT : <ón> this, that -- THAT : <sin> this, that, those, the aforementioned -- THATCH : <tuga> thatch -- THE : <in, aN, indL> the -- THEIR : <aN> their -- THEN : <amae, amin, amne> thus, in that way, so, then -- THEN : <dano, dono> again, now, then -- THEN : <didiu, didu> now, therefore, then -- THEN : <ém, éim> truly, indeed, then -- THEN : <trá, tra> then, well, so, indeed, moreover -- THERE : <ann> there -- THEREFORE : <didiu, didu> now, therefore, then -- THESE : <í> this, these, those -- THESE : <se> this, these -- THESE : <so> this, these -- THEY : <iat> they -- THEY : <sN, s> they -- THINKS : <do°moinethar> thinks -- THIS : <anní> this, that -- THIS : <í> this, these, those -- THIS : <ón> this, that -- THIS : <samlaid, amlaid> thus, so, in this way -- THIS : <se> this, these -- THIS : <sin> this, that, those, the aforementioned -- THIS : <so> this, these -- THIS : <sude, suide> this one, the aforementioned -- THIS : <tL> this -- THOSE : <í> this, these, those -- THOSE : <sin> this, that, those, the aforementioned -- THREAT : <bág> threat -- THREE : <triar> three people -- THREE : <trí, tri, teoir> three -- THROUGH : <sethnu, sethno> through, across -- THROUGH : <triL, treL> through -- THROWING : <cor> putting; throwing; letting go -- THROWS : <fo°ceird> sets, puts; throws -- THROWS : <fo°cuirethar> puts, throws -- THUS : <amae, amin, amne> thus, in that way, so, then -- THUS : <samlaid, amlaid> thus, so, in this way -- TILL : <conicci> as far as, up to, to, till -- TIME : <aimser, amsir> time, period, season -- TIME : <aret, airet> length, interval, space (of time) -- TIME : <attan, attain> another time -- TIME : <cían> long time; period -- TIME : <fecht> course, journey; time, occasion -- TIME : <gair> short; a short time -- TIME : <tan, tain> time -- TIME : <tráth> period of time, (canonical) hour -- TINT : <dath> colour; hue, tint -- TO : <duL, doL> to -- TOGETHER : <con°gair> calls together -- TOGETHER : <foad, foid, foaid> sleeps together -- TORMENTS : <cráidid> torments, vexes, afflicts -- TORTAN : <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú> Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru -- TOUR : <cúairt> circle; tour, journey -- TOWARDS : <frithL, friH> against, towards -- TRAIL : <lorg> trail, path, course -- TREE : <bile> (ancient and venerated) tree -- TREE : <cróeb, cráeb> branch; tree, bush -- TRIBE : <cenél> race, tribe; descent -- TRIBE : <tóth, túath> tribe, people -- TROOP : <slóg, slúag> troop, host, army -- TRUE : <fír> true -- TRULY : <con°ocaib> truly raises, truly exalts -- TRULY : <ém, éim> truly, indeed, then -- TRUTH : <fír> truth; right; justice -- TRUTH : <fírinne> truth -- TUATACH : <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir> Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor -- TUMULUS : <Fertae Loíg> Laeg's tumulus -- TUNIC : <fúan> tunic -- TURNS : <in°soí> turns, returns -- TURNS : <soith> turns -- TWENTY : <fiche> twenty -- TWO : <Áth da Ḟerta> Ford of the Two Mounds -- TWO : <dáL, díL, dáN> two -- TWO : <dias> two people, pair, couple -- ULIDIANS : <Ulaid> Ulidians, Ulstermen -- ULSTERMEN : <Ulaid> Ulidians, Ulstermen -- UNDER : <foL> under -- UNDER : <fo°reith> runs under -- UNDERTAKES : <in°lá> undertakes, arranges, adjusts -- UNEQUAL : <éccomlonn> unequal combat, unfair odds -- UNFAIR : <éccomlonn> unequal combat, unfair odds -- UNFREE : <dóer> unfree person -- UNION : <oentu> unity, alliance, sexual union -- UNITY : <oentu> unity, alliance, sexual union -- UNTIL : <coH> to, until -- UNTIL : <con, coN> until; so that; and -- UNYOKES : <scuirid> unyokes -- UP : <conicci> as far as, up to, to, till -- UP : <con°saídi> stirs up, excites -- UP : <do°fíuch(t)ra> wakes up -- USUAL : <gnáth> usual, customary; known -- UTTERING : <ráidid> saying, uttering, speaking -- VAIN : <folam> empty, vain -- VALLEY : <Mac Con Glinne> Son of the Hound of the Valley -- VALUE : <bríg> strength, value -- VASSAL : <déis> vassal -- VAST : <anba> vast quantity -- VEGETABLE : <luss, lus> herb, plant, vegetable -- VENERATED : <bile> (ancient and venerated) tree -- VERY : <adamrae> very wonderful -- VEXATION : <tochomracht> distress, weariness, vexation -- VEXES : <cráidid> torments, vexes, afflicts -- VICTORY : <boid, búaid> victory; excellence, special quality; advantage -- VIOLATES : <con°boing> breaks; defeats; violates -- VIOLENCE : <forrán> violence -- VISION : <aislinge> vision, dream -- WAGON : <carpat> war-chariot, wagon -- WAKES : <do°fíuch(t)ra> wakes up -- WALL : <caisel> stone wall, rampart -- WANDERING : <immáin> driving; roaming, wandering about -- WAR-CHARIOT : <carpat> war-chariot, wagon -- WARRIOR : <ánrad> hero, warrior, champion -- WARRIOR : <eirr, err> chariot-fighter, champion, warrior -- WATTLE : <scolb> splinter, wattle -- WAY : <amae, amin, amne> thus, in that way, so, then -- WAY : <samlaid, amlaid> thus, so, in this way -- WE : <ni> we -- WEAPON : <arm, armm> armour, weapon -- WEAPONS : <gaisced> weapons, armour; prowess -- WEARINESS : <tochomracht> distress, weariness, vexation -- WEDGE : <genn, geinn> wedge, block -- WEEPING : <caí> weeping -- WELL : <trá, tra> then, well, so, indeed, moreover -- WHAT : <(s)aN> that which, what -- WHAT : <-aN, -saN> that which, what -- WHAT : <anL> what, that what -- WHAT : <cidL, cedL> what; why -- WHEEL-RIM : <fonnat> wheel-rim -- WHEN : <aN> as, when -- WHEN : <diaN> when; if -- WHEN : <in, iN> when -- WHICH : <(s)aN> that which, what -- WHICH : <-aN, -saN> that which, what -- WHICH : <-e> who, which -- WHITE : <Findarcat> White Silver -- WHITE : <bán> white, shiny -- WHITE : <find, finn> white, bright -- WHITE : <gabor> (white) horse, mare -- WHITE : <gel> fair, white, bright -- WHO : <-e> who, which -- WHOLE : <uile> all, whole -- WHY : <cidL, cedL> what; why -- WIFE : <ben> woman, wife -- WING : <scíath> shield, wing -- WISDOM : <suíthe> wisdom, knowledge -- WISE : <ecne, ecnae> wise -- WITH : <comL, coN> with -- WITHOUT : <cenL> without -- WITNESS : <for-t-gella> affirms, calls to witness, invokes -- WOLF-BITCH : <sod, sad> bitch, wolf-bitch -- WOMAN : <ben> woman, wife -- WOMB : <brú> belly, womb -- WONDERFUL : <adamrae> very wonderful -- WOOD : <caill> wood, forest -- WOODEN : <Slíab Fúait> Wooden Hill -- WORK : <gním> action, work -- WORLD : <bith> world; life; age, period -- WOUNDS : <benaid> beats, strikes, slays, wounds -- WOUNDS : <gonaid> slays, kills, wounds -- WRONG : <olc> evil, wrong; misfortune -- YARD : <les> yard -- YEAR : <blíadain> year -- YIELDS : <do°léici> yields -- YOKE : <cuing> yoke, chain -- YOKED : <inneltae> yoked, harnessed -- YONDER : <ucut> yonder -- YOU : <datL> you -- YOU : <siu, so, su> you -- YOU : <totL, tatL, tL> you -- YOU : <tú> you -- YOUNG : <oac, óc> young -- YOUR : <doL, tL> your --

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