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  1. a bond, a contract. fá choraibh, under bonds, 2036. ‘plight’ ‘miserable condition’: truagh a chor, 1517
  2. (Bérla na bhFileadh), heart (Lat.), 2141-4 n

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

(67, 69), factaffair&c. truagh an c. 3547; gach cás don dá chor 1175; waymanner&c. ar an gc. 1413, 3098; state&c. maith an c. fir ealadhna 171; vid. cuirim.

The Book of O'Hara: Leabhar Í Eadhra. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

m., also cur: 1, act of putting, vn. of cuirim with all the varieties of its use; impidhe do chur ar., 34; cur i gcuimhne dho, 125, etc.; cur chuca, ‘interfere with them,’ 10169; atá agam’ chor thimcheall, ‘circumdantibus me,’ 4264; gen. cora, 9633; cuirthe, 7459. 2, mode, manner, state, condition; c. na cinneamhna, 521; ar an gc. soin, ‘in that state,’ 1734; ‘by that means,’ 3048, 9291; ‘under two conditions, in two states,’ 3317; 5304; ar aon-ch., ar ch. ar bioth, ‘on any account, by any means, at all,’ 2899, 4569; ar ch. oile, ‘aliter,’ 6482; ar ch. go, ‘so that,’ ‘in order that,’ 740, 1546; do’n ch. so, ‘on this occasion, for the present,’ 294, 3942; ‘now,’ 5359; 5443: 3, power, hold, 3048, 7028, 7863; ‘he cannot make the journey,’ 10753

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

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