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ANJ ARD 19

Al, See 79.

Al'bin, s. m. Scotland, Albion.

Al'binagh, s. m. a Scotchman; a. Scotch; pl. 71.

Al'ess, in. alas.

Al'ister, s. m. Alexander.

Allagh, s. (from Feallagh,) folk. This word ought to be written Eallagh. See 1 Kings, xx. 3.

Almo'ragh, s. m. an ignoramus; pl. 71.

Almo'raght, a. ignorant, inadvertent, unlearned, stupid.

Almo'rys, s. m. ignorance.

Alt, s. f. a high place, altitude.

Al'tar, s. m. an altar; pl. —yn.

Am, a. bad, vile.

Am'glass or Amvlass, s. m. a drink made by mixing milk and water together, pale watery drink, or bad tasted drink, acid water.

Dy Am'lagh, v. to manure with sea weed.

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Amm, s. m. stature, size, puberty.

E Amm'an, s. his tail; pl. —yn. Cloie rish e amman.

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Am'myr, s. f. a canal, or channel of water; pl. —yn.

Am'mys, s. in. obeisance; 1 Kings, i. 16; homage, reverence, dutifulness.

Am'myssagh, a. obeisant, submissive, dutiful; s. duteous person; pl. 71.

Am'myssit, pt. worshipped, having obeisance paid to; 85.

Am'shee, s. m. See Imshee.

A'mylt, v. swim; —agh, 77; —ee, 80; —in, 83, —ins, 84; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

A'myltagh, s. m. a swimmer; pl. 71.

An, when used as a prefix in composition, signifies un, (English.)

Andreays, a. d. of Andrew.

Ancha'sherick, a. unholy, unsanctified, profane, wicked, impious.

Ancra'sherickys, s. unholiness, impiety, profaneness, wickedness.

Anchas'sanagh, a. trackless.

Anchas'ley, a. unlike, different.

Anchas'lys, s. m. difference; pl. —yn.

Anchiart', a. uneven, unequal.

Anchrees'tee, s. m. a heathen, infidel, pagan.

Anchrees'tiagh, s. m. heathenism, infidelity.

Anchred'juagh, s. m. an unbeliever; pl. 71.

Dy Ancho'odaghey, v. to uncover, to develop.

Anchoo'oee, v.uncover, disclose.

Anchoo'ie, a. unfit, unqualified.

Andrail'agh, a. See Quaiyl ardreiltagh.

Anfir'rinnys, s. m. untruth; pl. —yn.

Anga'aish, s. m. anguish, pain; pl. —yn.

Anga'aishagh, a. painful, afflicted, tortured with anguish; s. m. a person afflicted with pain; pl. 71.

Anga'aishit, afflicted, pained; 85.

Anghiarey'-chymmylt, s. m. uncircumcision.

Anghia'rit, uncut, unhewn; 85.

Anghen'nal, a. cheerless, sad.

Anchen'nallys, s. m. infestivity.

Anghoo', s. m. illfame, infamy, disgrace.

Anghoo'agh, a. infamous, disgraceful.

Anje'al or Anjeeal, s. m. breakfast, a handsel.

Anjee', s. m. an atheist.

Anjee'agh, a. atheistical.

Anlaadit, unloaded; disburdened; 85.

Anleigh, s. m. partiality in law.

Anleigh'agh, a. contrary to law.

Anlheil' or Anlheiltys, s.m. unable to move about, imbecility, helplessness.

Anlheil'tagh, s.m. a person unable to move or help himself; pl. 71.

Anlout', v. unloft; —agh, 77; —ee, 80; —ey, 82; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —it, 85; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

Anlught', v. unload; —it, 85; unladen.

Anmagh, a. derived from Anmoghey; late, not early.

An'meenyn, s. pl. or Anmeeyn, souls.

An'mey, a. d. of the soul or souls.

An'mys, s. m. lateness; Jud. xix. 9.

Ann, s. (from Fann,) flay; v. —agh; —ey —in; —ins; —ym; —yms; —ys, 94.

An'naghyn, s. pl. commandments.

Annanje'ig. See Unnanjeig.

An'ney, s. f. (sounded Ahney,) commandment.

An'noon, a. weak, feeble, imbecile.

Annoon'agh, s. m. a weak one; pl. 71.

Annoon'ey, s. m. weakness; pl. 67.

Annoon'id, s. m. frailty; pl. —yn.

An'nym, s. m. soul; Heb. Anaph.

Anoayl'tagh, a. unaccustomed. See also Neu.

Anshick'yr, a. unsteady, unsure, inconstant, wavering. See also Neuhickyr.

An'soor. s. m. answer, verdict, award; pl. —yn; v. —agh, 77; —ee, 80; —eyder; —in, 83; —ins, 84; —ym, 86; —yms, 87; —ys, 88.

Ansoo'rit, answered, solved; 85.

An'vea, s. m. discord, division; Luke, xii. 51; strife, perplexity, disquietude, uneasiness.

Anve'agh, a. discordant, troublesome.

Anven'nice, a. d. seldom, not often.

Anvio', a. inanimate.

Anvroie', a. parboiled.

App'aghey, v. ripening, maturing.

App'ee, a. ripe, mature, mellow.

App'eeid or Appeeys, s. m. ripeness.

Dy Ar'bagh, v. to fret, rankle or corrode.

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E Ar'byl, s. his train or trail; pl. 76.

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Ark'an-sonney, s. a hedge hog, or a fabulous creature ominous of plenty; a fat little pig.

Ard, a. high, chief, great, loud, lofty, arch, tall; s. m. coast, or point of the compass, region, side; Job, xviii. 11.

Ard-aig'nach, a. arrogant, high minded.

Dy Ardail or Ardalys, s. of vainness or vanity; pl. —yn, —syn.

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Dy Ard-a'lagh, adv. vainly, insignificantly.

Ard-a'inle, s. m. archangel; pl. —yn.

Ard-a'spick, s. m. archbishop; pl. —yn.

Ard-ayr'aghyn, s. pl. principal fathers, chief fathers; 1 Chron. xxiv. 31; Neh. vii. 71.

Ard'-chiarail or —ys, s. f. the providence of God, foresight displayed in taking measures before hand; pl. —yn; —syn.

Ard-'chione, s. m. superior.

Ard'-chioneys, s. m. superiority.

Ard'-choraa, s. m. loud voice; pl. —yn.

Arb'-chreeagh, a. haughty, highminded.