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1. ar [68] cuirim ar a fhola 63 2; ar dearg 95 17 n; ar gan fhál 71 12; as vn. “tilling” 21 7, 49 29; foghmhar-ar 60 26. 2. ar n-, iar n-, + poss. 2 sg. ar n-at oileamhain 82 30; ar sodhain 25 2; ar n-éag dó 10 31; ar n-éag cuinn 12 25. 3. ar (<i n-+rel.+ro), 23 21, 40 34; ’n-ar also used. 4. ar, ar‘, +dat. or acc.; +pron. or(a)m; or(a)t, -d; air; uirre, uirthe; orainn, oirn; oruibh, oirbh; ortha(ibh), oirthibh, araibh (26 4 n); for rules as to eclipsis or aspiration after prep. phrases (ar sgáth, druim, cúl, neart, aghaidh, comhair, cumas, riocht, seilbh, ionchuibh, cúlaibh, béalaibh, aith-ris, etc.) cf. 24 P 8 188, 220. Uses: vid. TS, also: by (in requests, imprecations, etc.) 51 7; +vn. in state of, etc. 60 5 n; in exchange for 1 10, 28, 26 2, 60 16, 86 28; a-tú, anaim, beirim, ceilim, etc. ar, vid. a-tú, anaim, etc.

Aithdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, Historical and Religious, including the Historical Poems of the Duanaire in the Yellow Book of Lecan. Vol II, Translations, Notes, Vocabulary. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

  1. says. arsan, 'says the,' 2179 n.
  2. ploughing. innlid ar abhallmhagh bhfionn, they prepare a ploughing of the apple-bearing plains (i.e., they ravage the territory), 881.

Poems on the Butlers of Ormond, Cahir and Dunboyne (A.D. 1400–1650). Editor: James Carney.

ploughing, 1653; “ploughland’ : ní dual foghail oir tar fhál, 768

Poems on the O'Reillys. Editor: James Carney.

  1. our, 796, 1082, 1410, 2268, ár, 2266, 3090.
  2. rfh., >air, 968, 1083, 2261, 4795, uire, 2680, oruibh, 6335; ar so, 375, 2153, 2213; ar<thar, 6385; seachna ar, avoidance of, 1677; bél ar bhél, [speaking] face to face, 2281; píanta troma air, subject to dire punishments, 2795; ar an ccúis depending on the case, 4717; cumthar orruinn, we are falsely accused of, 4944; Dia dár saoradh uirre, 6297-8; aifrionn ar mharbh, 6427; ag ibhi decohann ar a chēile, 6475; agus féach glan, toradh, lámh.

Scáthán Shacramuinte na hAithridhe. Author: Aodh Mac Aingil. Editor: Cainneach Ó Maonaigh O.F.M.

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