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  • ISBN13:9781231492154
  • ISBN10:1231492155
  • Publisher:Rarebooksclub.com
  • Language:English
  • Author:Edward O'Reilly
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Sub Genre:General
  • SUPC: SDL042307385

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 Excerpt: ... jeltc jAUT)! Dia "oo pAt 1 cepc mo 6ont-!" Cor.; sec also quot. at opAip; the sun; land, strand, sandy bottom of a river or lake. Ong, ong, s. m. healing, curing; a fire, a hearth; instruction, wages; a. clean, clear. OngAX), ongadh, s. m anointing, unction. OngAim, ongaim, v. I anoint. Ongbpon, ongbhron, s. m. a trespass. OngtA, ongtha, B. m. a servant; t. e. " Occav, 0. g.; part, anointed. Onmit, onmhith, s. f. a fool, an idle person. Onn, onn, s. m. a stone; a horse; furze, gorse; the name of the letter O. OnnA, onna, a. silly, vapouring; v. there is, it is, i e. AcA. Onn An onnar, v. there is; s. a stab, thrust. Onncu, onnchu, s. m. a leopard. Onncon, onnchon, s. m. a standard, ensign. Onoip, onoir, s. f. honour, respect. OnonAC, onorach, a. honourable. OnopAig, onoraigh, a. honourable. OnonAim, onoraim, v.Ihonour, reverence, revere. OnopugA-6, onorughadh, s. m. honouring. Onopuigce, onoruighUie, part, honoured, respected. Op, op, s. m. force, provocation, cruelty. OpAip, opair, see obAip. OptAoine, opdhaoine, s. cruel, lawless men. OpcAc, opthach, a. mortiferous; fierce, cruel. OUT) ORD otin ORN Op, or, from whom; i. e. 6 Ap or 6'p; "&6&m op pAfAmAp," Ballym.; conj. for, because; v. said; op p e, said he; s. m. gold; Welsh, aur; Lat., aurum; a voice, sound; a border, coast; a prayer, petition; a lord; a beard. Op&c, orach, a. auriferous. OpACUib, oracuil, s. f. an oracle. Opv6, oradh, s. gilding; an oration; a prayer. OpApoipc, orafoirt, s. white horehound. OpAjrAti, oragan, s. wild marjoram; origanum vulgare; an organ. OpMT, oravi, 8. f. a prayer, oration, speech, declamation, prose, theme. OpAi'oeAc, oraideach, s. m. an orator, declaimer; a. declamatory. OpAiTHgim, oraidighim, v. I declaim. OpAim, oraim, v. I..."

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