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bratán Name of a fish , freq. specifically salmon (see eó, éicne, magar, maigre); Somet. fry, a young fish; pulse, life, spirit
2 brecc lit. speckled one, a small fish , usu. translated trout
3 dag a fish
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.'
écath a fish-hook; a single morsel
éic fish; salmon
éicne A salmon; a generic term for fish; Meton., of a hero, champion; Transf., of a banner, standard (?)
3 erc a speckled fish; trout, salmon
escmug, esmong a species of fish , an eel (?)
fáechóg a periwinkle or shell-fish of some kind
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
geasán some kind of small fish , a minnow or sprat (?)
geolbach the gills of a fish , the jowl, the throat
1 íach a salmon; a fish-pond
íasc fish (collect.), a fish:; a salmon-weir; productive of fish
1 íascach abounding in fish; Name of the River Easkey
2 íascach 1Collect. fish 2 fishing, act of fishing:
íascmar full of fish, productive of fish
íascrad fish
ingelt 1 act of cropping, grazing (trans. and intrans.); feeding (of cattle, birds and fish ); a grazing district, the land over which the cattle of a certain individual or a certain group might graze; herding, pasturing (trans.); feeding, preying; prey; Of nipping or pinching with the nails 2 pastures, pasturage, grazing land
1 lann 1 Thin plate, layer; Of ornamental plate; trophy, award; Of shields, armour, etc. a panel, plate; fish-scales; cooking-plate, griddle 2 Blade, sword; polished, whetted blade; dies in battle
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
maerach shell-fish
magar 1 Spawn?; Hence fry, small fish 2 bait, allurement; wheedling speech, `blarney'; conversation?; fish- fry
1 min 1 shattered, pulverized; As epithet of endearment; minutely 2a petty river; small pieces; tender age, minority; flour- cakes; small (? broken) bread; flour.; a petty gift; small fragments (coll.); trivial matters; little Easter, Low Sunday; mincing: of mastication; confession of minor sins; fragments (coll.); small wood, chips; a small fly, midge; a trifling matter?; relic-case; small assembly; petty troop; fine wine-lees; small folk, inferior people (? children); minute work, ornamen- tation; a small church; a small bird; Name of a plant; meadow saxifrage; a minor prophet; minute observation; a petty chief; a minor offence; a petty theft; cutting small, mincing; a rivulet; small means; a small article or utensil; a small fish; small fish , small fry; a small vessel; a small ship, boat; a little bit, morsel; a venial sin; a trifling point or matter; a small part; minor parts (of speech); division into small parts; a small star; a petty king; a petty skirmish; a small rock; bits, fragments, hash (coll.); trinkets; chainlets; a small stream; a small hearth (sign of inhospitality);; minor authors; small-ribbed, puny?; finely spotted; crushed small; weak-eyed; pulverizes, smashes; crushes small
muir 1 sea-beach, coast (? sea-dyke)?; a sea bag', inlet of the sea; a cormorant; a sea-judgement; (in pl.), mari- time law; sea-bond; transf. of a chieftain a sea-compeller, sea-ruler?; a sea-fleet; a naval expedition; in fleets; castaway, shipwrecked person; a sea-fight; a naval expedition or hosting; a sea-raven; sea-faring (? coast- ing); an inlet of the sea.; a sea-spear, harpoon; sea-sickness; a sea-lunatic'; a sea-fugitive or wanderer, term applied to the mermaid Lí Ban; sea-sorcery, sea- magic; sea- fish; a sea-island; full tide; sea-pool; a lagoon, salt-marsh; sea reeds, sedge; a sea-plain, salt marsh (?); a sea animal, fish; rough sea; unnavigable seas; a viscid sea; sea-produce; sea- strand; strand, beach; sea-monsterful 2 sea-raven; sea-dog
murach shell-fish ?; murex or purple-fish
2 ordu, (orda) A piece, morsel, portion, esp. of fish or meat
2 scarthach name of a fish (?)
2 slisnech 1the scales of a fish 2 scions, descendants 3Name of a type of literary lore
snám 1act of swimming, floating; (lit. son of swimming) a fish
1 tarcon a kind of fish
treg spear; a fish-spear; transfixes
turchairthech 1Of the sea, seashore, etc. rich in wrack, flotsam and jetsam, produce, fish; fruitful 2In general rich, prosperous, fortunate