hata

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n m. (Engl. loanword) hat: a gcathbharr . . ./ tug siad . . ./ uatha[ibh] ar mhala[i]rt h.¤ (: tapa), Celtica iv 110 § 15 . gan h.¤ luach thrí bpunta, Dán na mBráthar Mionúr (Mhág Craith) 377 § 3 . gearrh.¤ mín dubh, PCT 1494 . h.¤ múlla aird ar do chionn a high-crowned(?) hat, Éigse iv 285 § 15 . See 2 att.

hatán

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Forms: atán

n = atán: aonchóta eile gan h.¤ hood (or cowl) attached to cloak (?), Rial. S.F. 1866 . Leg. h-atán ? Cf. maille lé hata . . . gan atán (= tunicam . . . sine caputio), 1383-4 .

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interj. : euge euge .i. he he sirson sirson Thes. i 3 .16 . h.¤, h.¤, bhog é laoich, PCT 1009 .

heresiarca

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n (Lat. loanword) heresiarch: an dá h.¤ sa, Mac Aingil 6102 .

(h)errnia

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ind h.¤ adhon is edh is errnia and, Rosa Ang. 236 heading. errnia fire, 8, 20 . Lat. word?

hiacinthe

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n g s. (Lat. loanword): róba . . . ar dhath h.¤ ( Exod. xxviii ), Leabh. Ó Láimhsgr. v 125.7 (Stair an Bhíobla ii).

hinnse

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n (Engl. loanword): buille . . . air an gcomhla, gur chuir da bacánuibh ┐ dá hinnsighibh ī ` hinges ', ITS xxiv 130.33 .

hisóip, ísóip

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x iomchraithe tú hīsōip oram (= asperges me hyssopo), Trompa na bhF. 555 .

hob-

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pref (unlen. -b) (Engl. loanword) in derisory command: h.¤ -amach 's beir leat do shár-Ghaelg-sa off with you, Celtica iv 106 § 3.

hocus

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Forms: oc(c)us, h.

n m. (Engl. loanwd. See Ó Cuív, Éigse x 71 ) = oc(c)us: h.¤ = maluam, RSláinte 1008 , cited s.v. holihoc. uiola ┐ h.¤ `the two kinds of mallows', Rosa Ang. 260.z . blath hocuis ` mallow flowers', 106.19 . malua uisgue (leg. uisque, i.e. uisce, ed.) .i. h.¤ mor, Arch. i 330 § 131 .

holihoc

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n (Engl. loanword) mallow, hollyhock: dā gnē an sdicados hocus ┐ h.¤ = bis maluam, RSláinte 1008 .