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a shoe. Mac Aodha na n-as n-óir, 1924.

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

rfh., dall as a n-olcaibh, blind as a result of their wickedness, 713-14.

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

prep., out of, from. It keeps its final s before proclitics, as an ord, 355; as na briathraibh, 409; as a dtuigthear, 50; as mo leabhar, 1406; as a chéile, 4192; as gach aird, 41; as nach léir, 201. In other cases it loses its final s before consonants (but cf. as saidhbhreas, 10258; as mhéad, 10303), and prefixes h to vowels (but cf. as anam, 9397). With pronominal elements, asat, 10566; as (often used advbly), 204; fem. aiste, 4477; pl. asta, 2791 It is used to express motion from, out of, [A] (1) with verbs of motion: go ndeachaidh a cathair, 2474; ré ndol as an mbeathaidh, 810; éirghe as, 1694, 1286; teithidh a lár, ‘de medio,’ 10220; toidheacht as an ord, 355; and (2) with all sorts of transitive verbs: e. gr. arna mbuain a haon-charn, ‘extracted out of one heap,’ 897; cf. 924; 1403; caitheamh a bogha, ‘to shoot from a bow,’ 43; ar crochadh as an ngéig, ‘hanging from the bough,’ 1001; a gcur as do sheilbh, 7039; cuirid asta, ‘they emit, utter (shrieks),’ 6705; cuirthear a feadhmannas, ‘is put out of office,’ 7548; díbrid...as a ionadh, 1081; fóirithin a hanbhroid, 2331; a lámha do ghlanadh as, ‘to wash his hands of it,’ 1183; ionnarbadh a parrthas, 3608; a léigean as, ‘to let him off,’ 2957; a léigean...a purgadóir, 4266; musgladh...a suan, 6774; ruaigthear...as an anam, 1200; sgaoileadh...as an daoirse, 1931; sgriosfad é as mo leabhar, 1406; tógbháil as na feartaibh, 465; a cuas, 1630; do thogh sé na clocha aiste, 10484. (3) After verbs of rending, falling, as a chéile, ‘asunder,’ 4192, 5227, 5696. (4) Idiomatically with tabhairt, etc., of spending life: 268, 650, 1152. Note also the advbl. as a haithle, 5355. [B] used of the origin, source, or cause, e. gr. as gach aird, ‘from every quarter,’ 675; do-ghéabhaidh aiseag amhairc a intinne as, 204 (cf. 2791); do ghein a truailleadh, ‘born of corruption,’ 2487; dlighe do dhíol as, 10084; fáth as nach léir, ‘the reason why it is not clear,’ 2332 (cf. 201); créad as a ndéine diómus, ‘quid superbis?’ 633;--hence of the ground (1) of proof, e. gr. is follus a briathraibh Ph., 803; as gach ní, 1158; asta so, 1697; after iontuigthe, as aní, 158; as sin, 161; as so, 366; often after tuigim, 46, 409, 432, 654, etc.: (2) of trust or confidence in, e. gr. an dóigh bhíos ag neach as saidhbhreas d’fhagháil, ‘spes lucri,’ 10258; dóigh...a geall mhór do bhreith, 10318; gan iocht do bheith aige as na heasgcáirdibh, 6995; an mhuinighin bhíos ag duine as a bhríoghaibh, 7371; 10303; munighneach as a ré, 784; (3) of boasting or pride in, e. gr. bog-fhás do dhéanamh as féin, 9018; glórmhar as a eagna, 3505; lánmhar asta féin, 3502; ’gá mbíodh uaill asta, ‘who took pride in them,’ 8261; muna ngabhaidh uaill as, 9991

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.

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