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Old Irish Paradigms and Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses : With Notes and Vocabulary

By: Strachan, John, 1862-1907; Strachan, John, 1862-1907. Selections from the Old Irish Glosses. 1909

...terature Collection World Public Library.org SECOND EDITION Title: OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS, SECOND EDITION Author: JOHN STRACHAN Language: English... ...ture Collection World Public Library.org SECOND EDITION Title: OLD-IRISH PARADIGMS, SECOND EDITION Author: JOHN STRACHAN Language: English Su... ...... ...... ... WITH NOTES AND VOCABULARY JOHN STRACHAN SECOND EDITION DUBLIN : SCHOOL OF IRISH LEARNING, 122a St. Stephen's Green HODGES, FIGGIS & CO., Ltd., 104 Gb... ...FACE TO THE SECOND EDITION A new edition of Strachan's Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses having become necessary, it seemed advisable to reprint i... ... TO THE SECOND EDITION A new edition of Strachan's Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses having become necessary, it seemed advisable to reprint it to... ... I come, ro-icc reaches, conicc is able, dotuit falls, Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses Notes Vocabulary Index to Notes 58 62 64 68 74 78 79 83 8... ...83). Ro=Strachan, On the use of the particle ro- with Preterital Tenses in Old Irish, Transactions of the London Philological Society, 1895-8, Part i....

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Old Irish

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...Old Irish (sometimes called Old Gaelic) is the name given to the oldest form of the Goidelic languages ... ... 850 AD; by 900 AD the language had already transitioned into early Middle Irish. Some Old Irish texts date from the 10th century, although these are ... ...900 AD the language had already transitioned into early Middle Irish. Some Old Irish texts date from the 10th century, although these are presumably c... ...h these are presumably copies of texts composed at an earlier time period. Old Irish is thus the ancestor of Modern Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx. ... ...ese are presumably copies of texts composed at an earlier time period. Old Irish is thus the ancestor of Modern Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx. Old... ...ld Irish is thus the ancestor of Modern Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx. Old Irish is known for having a particularly complex system of morphology a... ...rish is thus the ancestor of Modern Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx. Old Irish is known for having a particularly complex system of morphology and e... .... Apparently, It is difficult to know for sure, given how little Primitive Irish is attested and the limitations of the Ogham alphabet used to write i... ... been maintained with little change in the modern languages. Contemporary Old Irish scholarship is still greatly influenced by the works of a small n...

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Old Irish Glass

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Irish Brazilian

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...es Portuguese, English, and Irish Religion ... ... of a series of articles on Irish Latin-Americans ... ... Irish Argentines Iri... ... Irish Bolivians Irish Brazilians Iri... ... Irish Chileans Irish Colombians Iri... ...2–1889) Old Republic (1889–1930) ... ...2–1889) Old Republic (1889–1930) ...

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Publications : Volume 11

By: Irish Texts Society

... by JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS, VOL. XI ... ...NTAINING POEMS DOWN TO THE YEAR 1666 EDITEI) BY REV. JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN, S.J. LONDON PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY DAVID NUTT, 57-69 LONG A... ...[Elegy on the death of his school-fellow, Seon. Of uncertain date, here assigned to about 1640.] Pages Irish English 10 11 vi CONTENTS Packs No. Iris... ...05, i.e., a jingling trifle or an empty jingle, composed probably about 1659.] CONTENTS vii Packs No. Irish English IX. If olc an ceapc pulang an pdm... ...is is the only evidence which I have found in Irish Mss. touching the birthplace of our poet. It is as old as the presumed Limerick tradition, made po... ...arly as 1625. That he was not born much earlier may be concluded from the absence of any references to old age in those poems which he wrote as late a... ...60-63 he tells us that, though the minister of Groom, Co. Limerick, kept a splendid brew of delightful old beer, yet every time he happened to go near... ...against Philip 6 Conaill, O.S.F., who had criticized his poetry, he refers to him as a poor, childless old man, seemingly implying that he himself was... ...ed ; and learning is despised. Avarice and the materialistic spirit of the planters have displaced the old order. Godless upstarts desecrate the shrin...

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Irish Mist

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... Flavour Irish whiskey with honey and complex spice notes ... ... Website www.irishmist.com Irish Mist is a brown Wh... ... Irish Mist is a brown Whiskey Liqueur produced in Dublin, Ireland, by the Irish Mist Liqueur Company Ltd. In September 2010 it was announced that the... ...after Grants had bought it from the C&C Group.[2] It is made from aged Irish whiskey, heather and clover honey, aromatic herbs, and other spirits,... ... and other spirits, blended to an ancient recipe claimed to be 1,000 years old.[3] Irish Mist used to be 80 proof, or 40% alcohol by volume, and is no... ...er spirits, blended to an ancient recipe claimed to be 1,000 years old.[3] Irish Mist used to be 80 proof, or 40% alcohol by volume, and is now 35% or... ... and other spirits, blended to an ancient recipe claimed to be 1,000 years old.[3] Irish Mist used to be 80 proof, or 40% alcohol by volume, and is no...

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Publications : Volume 11

By: Irish Texts Society

... World Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. XI, 1908 Title: PUBLICATIONS IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, VOL. XI, 1908 Author: JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN Language: Eng... ...in it, mxh Uotes BY REV. JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN, S.J. LONDON PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY DAVID NUTT. 57-59 LONG ACRE 1910 num.in : PRINTBD A... ...chool-fellow, Seon. Of uncertain date, here assigned to about 1640.] Pages Irish English 10 11 \ 1 CONTENTS Pag i -1 No. Irish Knplish 111. i) Nac cu... ... an empty jingle, composed probably about 1659.] CONTENTS vii 1 'AGES No. Irish English ix. lp olc an ceapc pulang an pdmuipe : 'Twould be an act of ... ...h I have found in Irish Mss. touching the birthplace of our poet. It is as old as the presumed Limerick tradition, made popular by Edward O'Reilly. On... ...t born much earlier may be concluded from the absence of any references to old age in those poems which he wrote as late as the 1 Poems implying his r... ...gh the minister of Croom, Co. Limerick, kept a splendid brew of delightful old beer, yet every time he happened to go near that house, he always passe... ...S.F., who had criticized his poetry, he refers to him as a poor, childless old man, seemingly implying that he himself was not :— 6 capla gan elann ga... ...d. Avarice and the materialistic spirit of the planters have displaced the old order. Godless upstarts desecrate the shrines of saints with indecency,...

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Irish American

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...population Self-identified "Irish" 36,278,332[1] 11.9% of the US population (2008... ...,278,332[1] 11.9% of the US population (2008) Scotch-Irish Americans 27 to 30 million[2][3] Up to 10% of t... ... Languages Irish, American English Reli... ... Related ethnic groups Irish people, Irish British, Irish Canadians, Irish Mexicans, English Ameri... ...ish women were failures who had “about the same intelligence as that of an old grey-headed negro.” This quote illustrates how, in a period of extreme ... ...ghes denounced the Public School Society of New York as an extension of an Old-World struggle whose outcome was directed not by understanding of the b... ...ty Antrim. A heritage centre in the village pays tribute to the legacy of 'Old Hickory', the People's President. Andrew Jackson then moved to Tennesse... ...h President, 1857–61: Born in a log cabin (which has been relocated to his old school in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania). The Buchanans were originally fro... ... ^ Fisk, William L. (1979). "The Early Years Of Muskingum College". Old Northwest 5 (1): 19–44.  ^ Lyons, J...

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Publications : Volume 18

By: Irish Texts Society

...... ... THE THREE PARTS BY REV. JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN, S.J. LONDON PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, KENT, & CO., LONDON, E.C. 1917 D... ...ONBY AND RIRRS. CONTENTS Pagb Preface, .......... xiii POEMS :— Pages No. Irish English i. Q pcapaipe b'aoib gCeapbuill a Ddice Gile: Gallant scion o... ...n the transient nature of the goods of this world.] vi CONTENTS ^ ' Pages Irish English 10 .. 11 12 .. 13 No v. Le cluoin ap larcuipe paca t)0 cloinn... ...ebt. He encourages him not to be disheartened by the importunity of a poor old poet, as it is the duty of the young to support the i Le cluain ap lupc... ... cpeat>, in. 1. 4 ar leine, m. [ 11 ] V.—A SURLY PACKMAN OF CLANN ORLU1TH old. He reminds him that a poet is a weaver too, viz., a weaver of verse, a... ...joy themselves nor think them happy tho' they have all, while they see the Old Proprietors living. '' They contrive a new engine to destroy. « .1. Gn ... ...heir service-time ; ° Yet when home they returned they got nought of their old demesnes, Rut to gaze at their lands like a dog at a lump of beef. 6 VI... ...allegorical, Celia, wedded, standing for Ireland fallen away from the good old use and wont. The patronymic was chosen probably as being a derivative ...

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Irish Lad

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... Awards American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt (1902) ... ...t (1902) Honours Irish Lad Purse at Belmont Park ... ... Last updated on April 2, 2010 Irish Lad (1900–1925) was an American T... ... 4 References Background Irish Lad was bred by H. Eugene Leigh. ... ...acing and brought him to the track in the spring of 1902. Racing career Irish Lad showed enough potential that ... ... and the Saratoga Special Stakes.[2] His 1902 performances earned him retrospective American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt honors. ... ...ish Lad at 1902 Saratoga Special Stakes beating Dazzling. As a three-year-old, Irish Lad's training was taken ove... ... Brooklyn Handicap at Gravesend Race Track in which he set a new stakes record time.[3] In May 1904, four-year-old Irish Lad won the prestigious Metro... ...sie who won the 1919 Prix de Diane (French Oaks). Irish Lad died Haras du Gazon in 1925 of old age.[10] Refere...

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Publications : Volume 19

By: Irish Texts Society

...... ...d Three other Vellum MSS. BY DOUGLAS Hyde, lld., d.litt., m.r.i.a. LONDON: Irish Texts Society, 20, Hanover Square. W. 1917 PREFACE. The early Irish ... ...fe, in fact, and his court and his ambitions had their due effect upon the Irish kings. Hence it is not veij^ sur- prising that in later times such a ... ... of allied pieces of hterature translated into Late-Middle or Early-Modern Irish in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, at a time when the English... ... century, that is from 1020 to about 1150. .Some of the work is built upon old French Chansons de Geste, for certain of the names such as Aigolandus, ... ...n became very popular. No less than five translations were made of it into Old French at the end of the twelfth and beginning of the thirteenth centur... ...n double columns. Our text fills sixteen pages. I deduce that it is not as old as the Book of Lismore from the following circumstance. In the Book of ... ...hat they are. In the Latin the three things are given as the "medius" (the old Frankfort edition reads "modius"), "brachia et circulus," or as we woul... ...ho put the world away from them and yet turn again to the same life [as of old] let the heavenly Ufe go from them and return themselves into the death...

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Irish Wilderness

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... U.S. Forest Service The Irish Wilderness is a 16,227-acre (66 km2) wilderness area in the U.S.... ...ate of Missouri. The U.S. Congress designated it a wilderness in 1984. The Irish Wilderness is located within the Eleven Point Ranger District of the ... ... 10 miles (16 km) northeast of Alton, Missouri. It was named after an Irish Catholic Priest, John Joseph Hogan, founded a settlement of about for... ...sh Catholic Priest, John Joseph Hogan, founded a settlement of about forty Irish families here starting in 1858; the settlement was wiped out during t... ...uring the American Civil War and has remained a wilderness ever since. The Irish Wilderness is one of eight wilderness areas protected and preserved i... ...ly gated to protect endangered bats), Fiddler and Bliss Springs, traces of old tramway railroads, and overlooks of the Eleven Point River. The karst t...

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Publications : Volume 13

By: Irish Texts Society

...orld Public Library.org SOCIETY, VOL. XIII, 1911 Title: PUBLICATIONS IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, VOL. XIII, 1911 Author: JOHN C. MAC ERLEAN Language: E... ...... ...R 1667 TILL 1682 BY REV. JOHN C. MAC EKLEAN, S.J. LONDON PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY DAVID NUTT, 17 GRAPE ST., NEW OXFORD ST. 1913 DUHLI... ...retended Popish Plot in the Co. of Limerick, 1679-1682, POEMS :— Paces No. Irish English I. Q t)ia na n-uile nac lonann ip 605 b'lomcup : God of the U... ... for meat, drink, and lodging, he must either have starved or followed the old trade that he formerly practised in Ireland ; and being a fellow natura... ...ion, being maintained purely by the hospitality and contribution of tlieir old vassals and dependants, so that they had little to lose and much to hop... ...us in its nature and so mischievous in its consequences. The Jewish Law of old, the Civil Law of the Romans, and the Common Law of almost all otlier c... ...know from a note of the scribe, eogan 6 Caoini, on p. 26 : "lege fol. 113 [old pagination] ] bogeoboip 50 poiplfonca on nf po." But in its present def... ... be Cacaip TTIaotal ; see the introduction to this poem above. * Angel, an old English coin, worth ten shillings, so called from its bearing the image...

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Irish dance

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...Irish dancers in traditional Irish dancing costumes, wearing makeup and ringleted wigs. Each Irish dance... ...s, often featuring lace or an embroidered pattern copied from the medieval Irish Book of Kells.[1] Irish dancing ... ...sh Book of Kells.[1] Irish dancing or Irish dance is a group of traditional dance forms originating in Ireland wh... ...y be divided into social dance and performance dances. Irish social dances can be divided further into céilí and set dancing. Iris... ...ncing in the Irish diaspora 4.1 Old-style step dancing 4.2 Dance... ... Stepdancing as a modern form is descended directly from old-style step dancing. There are several different forms of stepdancing in... ... different forms of stepdancing in Ireland (including sean-nós dancing and old-style stepdancing), but the style most familiar to the public at large ... ...hops are beginning to introduce the style more widely. Old-style step dancing Old-style step dancing is a tradi... ... sean-nós dancing, though it is sometimes called "Munster-style sean-nós". Old-style step dancing evolved in the late 18th and early 19th century from...

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Publications : Volume 21

By: Irish Texts Society

...c. BY REV. L. McKENNA, S.J., M.A. PART II. 522374 XonDon PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, 7 Brunswick Square, London, W.C.I, By SIMPKIN,MARSHALL... ...y church which one could call " capital." 7 74. If your poets " now and of old " are the authority for your verses, a great blow to their repute for l... ...oolish bragging — did not get the land from his younger brother. 9. In the old books of the ancients there is found thename Hibernia, derived from Eib... ...r races. 3. Give their turn now to gentle Rudhraidhe's race who now and of old are supreme in poesy and lore. 4. The favours of Claim Rudhraidhe to th... ... daughter of Eoghan son of Duthracht 2 frequented that fair pool— it is an old story I tell you. 68. Eastwards from Bladhma 3 to the Bearbha 4 is the ... ...ment for you, nor mere im- pulsive speech, but the track marked out in the old books of our fathers by whom the Gaedhil's race was straightly traced. ... ...e checked, i.e., completed (?). XXIX. — 7. -pAittb|tfo£) (FAittbfiioj. Cf. Irish Review, Feb., 191 3, p. 62a (Bergin). 12. . . visit, we shall prove t... ...teAbAn), xv. 13. UipneAC, xxviii. 68. UtuiiuiiiA, ii. 34, 36; xxix. ^^. Irish texts society, 7, Brunswick Square, London, W.C. !. -*— • — Officers,... ...or J. Vendryes. N.B. -New Address: 7 Brunswick Square, London, W.C.I. The Irish Texts Society was established in 1898 for the purpose of publishing t...

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Irish bull

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...zed as such by its author. The addition of the epithet Irish is a late addition.[1] The "Irish bull" is to the... ...ion to speech or writing. Although, strictly speaking, Irish bulls are so structured grammatically as to be logically meaningless,... ...ntland Mahaffy, Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, famously observed, "an Irish bull is always pregnant", i.e. with truthful meaning. The "father" of... ... bull is always pregnant", i.e. with truthful meaning. The "father" of the Irish bull is often said to be Sir Boyle Roche,[2] who once asked "Why we s... ...n were famous American mis-speakers. They are the Mother Geese of American Irish bulls. The Irish bull can be a potent form of sel... ... The derivation of "bull" in this sense is unclear. It may be related to Old French boul "fraud, deceit, trickery", Icelandic bull "nonsense", Middl...

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Publications : Volume 1

By: Irish Texts Society

...... ...ON AND NOTES BY DAVID COMYN M.R.I.A. *i^7o* ^(* { LONDON PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY DAVID NUTT, 57-59, LONG ACRE 1902 TO DOUGLAS HYDE, ... ...THE I.KARNHD AND HONOURED PRESIDENT OF THE GAELIC LEAGUE, PRESIDENT OF THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, / DESIRE TO INSCRIBE OF DR. GEOFFREY KEATING'S Potias ... ...IN RECOGNITION OF OUR LONG FRIENDSHIP AS FELLOW- WORKERS FOR THE SAME GOOD OLD CAUSE. D. C. CONTENTS Editor's Preface, potiAS p^ASA All eirunn : The ... ...D. C. CONTENTS Editor's Preface, potiAS p^ASA All eirunn : The Origins of Irish History : — An "oiontinotlAc. &n uj'OAti 511s An teA$t6in Introductio... ...ike every- thing living, has changed, passing from what scholars know as | old ' Irish to ' middle ' and ' modern ' Irish. Modern Irish begins with Ke... ... — " Although he has used but little discrimination in his selections from old records, and has almost entirely neglected any critical examination of ... ... century little read." Dr. Hyde further says: — "What Keating found in the old vellums of the monasteries and the brehons, as they existed about the y... ...nts. Dr. Joyce says : — " To publish text, translation, and annotations of old Keating — whom I revere and love — would be a great work, enough to pla...

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Irish Terrier

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...sh Terrier is a dog breed from Ireland, one of many breeds of terrier . The Irish Terrier is considered one of the oldest terrier breeds. The Dubli... ...eds. The Dublin dog show in 1873 was the first to provide a separate class for Irish Terriers. By the 1880s, Irish Terriers were the fourth most popul... ...Irish Terriers were the fourth most popular breed in Ireland and Britain. The Irish Terrier is an active and compactly sized dog that is suited for l... ...kinds of weather. Description Appearance Breed standard s describe the ideal Irish Terrier as being racy, red and rectangular. Racy: an Irish Terrie... ...appear powerful without being sturdy or heavy. Rectangular: the outline of the Irish Terrier differs markedly from those of other terriers. The Irish ... ...ing Co. Ltd., Manchester, England 1947 – 7th Edition: They are described by an old Irish writer as being the poor man's sentinel, the farmer's friend,...

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Publications : Volume 24

By: Irish Texts Society

...... ...nsholus. EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY Cecile O'Rahilly, M.A. Published for the Irish Texts Society by Simpkin. Marshall Hamilton. Kent a Co., 4, Stationer... ...ction, p. lxxxviii.) makes some reference to this MS., which he calls "the Irish MS. transcribed in Ulster in 1679, quoted as authority for the Ulster... ...iting of Edward O'Reilly, I found the following memorandum, written in bad Irish, which appears to me to prove that he bought the MS. (H.5.28) from Jo... ..., the object is the release of maidens held captive by an evil power. This old myth is the origin of such themes as that of the magic castle and the i... ...l Graal, Diu Crone), and of the folk-tale of the Sleeping Beauty type. The old myth itself figures prominently in the hero-tales of the Teutonic race ... ...ies of the Fianna cycle. Whilst preserving the spirit and colouring of the old mythico-heroic Ulster tales, he has, as we have seen, borrowed skilfull... ... number of eighteenth and nineteenth century MSS., but the language of the old tale, based as it was on a still earlier Old-Irish prototype, tended to... ...s in the Cuchulainn cycle, none at all of the variation and elaboration of old themes and invention of new which are so marked a characteristic of the...

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Irish cuisine

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...Irish stew Irish cuisine is a style of cooking originating from Ireland or developed b... ...ish cuisine is a style of cooking originating from Ireland or developed by Irish people. It evolved from centuries of social and political change. The... ...and, as a result, is often closely associated with Ireland. Representative Irish dishes include Irish stew, bacon and cabbage, boxty, coddle, and colc... ...2 Non-alcoholic 5 Irish chefs 6 See also ... ... There are many references to food and drink in Irish mythology and early Irish literature such as the tale of Fionn mac Cu... ... such as the tale of Fionn mac Cumhaill and the Salmon of Knowledge[1] The old stories also contain many references to banquets, although these may we... ... such as the tale of Fionn mac Cumhaill and the Salmon of Knowledge[1] The old stories also contain many references to banquets, although these may we...

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Publications : Volume 17

By: Irish Texts Society

...e Collection World Public Library.org PUBLICATIONS, VOL. 17 Title: IRISH TEXT SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS, VOL. 17 Author: TOMÁS Ó MÁILLE Language: E... ...... ...UCTION, NOTES, AND VOCABULARY BY TOMAS O MAILLE, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Irish at University College, Galway 522377 /^. 5. 51 LONDON PUBLISHED BY TH... ...ish at University College, Galway 522377 /^. 5. 51 LONDON PUBLISHED BY THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY 20 HANOVER SQUARE, LONDON, W.. 1916 Frintio at th« TB ... ...ry. These particulars and others which follow were given by an intelligent old man of the name of Early, whose father lived for many years during Caro... ...County of Roscommon ; and commenced an intimacy which ended only in death. Old Denis O'Connor, before the restoration of part of his ancient inheritan... ...n connection with this song there is abundant evidence that MacCabe was an old established companion of Carolan. His companionship and friendship with... ... in 1780. This is in British Museum. Cf. further British Mus. Catalogue of old Music (Carolan). I have not seen any of the earlier collections. The co... ...able to lay hands on are, (i) " A favourite collection of the much admired old Irish tunes of Carolan, the celebrated Irish Bard, set for the Harpsich...

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Irish republicanism

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...ion to British rule . This followed hundreds of years of British conquest and Irish resistance through rebellion.Curtis, Liz, The Cause of Ireland, B... ...holics and Non-comformists, attempts by the British administration to suppress Irish culture, and the belief that Ireland was economically disadvantag... ...among the specific factors leading to such opposition. The Society of United Irishmen, formed in the 1780s and led primarily by liberal Protestants,... ... . Some of these escaped to the United States, where they linked up with other Irish exiles to form the Fenian Brotherhood . Together with the Irish... ... The Easter Rising took place from 24 to 30 April 1916, when members of the Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army seized the centre of Dublin... ...llion of 1641 began. This consisted of a coalition between the Irish and the Old English (descendents of the English/Norman settlers who settled du... ...e English Parliament carried out the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland and the old Catholic landowners were permanently dispossessed of their lands. ... .... These activities were perceived by some to be merely “the dying echoes of an old convulsion”, Kee Robert, The Green Flag: A History of Irish Nationa...

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Publications

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...tion World Public Library.org PUBLICATIONS, VOL. 20, PART I Title: IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS, VOL. 20, PART I Author: L. McKENNA Langua... ...... ...EV. L. McKENNA, SJ., M.A. Part I. 522373 H- 5. 51 XonOon PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, 7 Brunswick Square, London, W.C.I, By SIMPKIN,MARSHALL... ...MILTON, KENT& CO., LTD., 4 Stationers' Hall Court, E.C.4. 1918. FOREWORD. Irish Scholars and Irish Historians have been long wishing for a critical e... ...ave been the leading preacher in a poetical crusade for the defence of the old Irish polity. Again, the general tone of the poems does not suggest tha... ...otherwas daughter of O Brien (xv. 41), and that when writing xv. he was an old man (xv. 11). He is addressed xxvii. 10, " Aodh og " (i.e., son of anot... ...590 ; Hogan ; Fiants, etc.). As his father died in 1537 he would have been old in 1616. The FM. mention him 1564, 1592, 1600. For eulogies on him cf. ... ...iple was a text to be chosen ? Age was no guide. None of the MSS. are very old. Only two are 17th cent. MSS. and they are poor and avail only for a fe... ...bre's race — no nobler patrimony exists. There lives not a man here of the old Fian-warriors to rouse the chase. 29. It was not right of you to thus b...

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Who's Irish?

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...imes , June 4, 1999.Jamie James, Salon, June 4, 1999. Stories Who's Irish? Birthmates The Water Faucet Vision Duncan in China Just Wait Chin In... ...China Just Wait Chin In the American Society House. House. Home. Who's Irish? Plot Summary This is the story of an elderly Chinese w... ...lking about her granddaughter, Sophie, who is the daughter of John, who is Irish, and the narrator's daughter Natalie who is Chinese. The narrator tel... ...also writes that her methods of discipline are not exactly embraced by her Irish son-in-law's family. The narrator argues that spanking is acceptable ... ... story ends with the narrator reflecting on how she has become an honorary Irish. Analysis This story is a major culture clash; an east meets we... ...lture clash; an east meets west sort of thing. The narrator represents the old, traditions of her ancestors. From her demeanor to her method of discip...

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Publications : Volume 10

By: Irish Texts Society

... Public Library.org TEXTS SOCIETY, VOL. X, 1907 Title: PUBLICATIONS, IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY, VOL. X, 1907 Author: R. A. STEWART MACALISTER Language... ...rh-At1-10tAlR THE STORY OF THE CROI'-EAREI) DOG THE STORY OF EAGLE-BOY TWO IRISH ARTHURIAN ROMANCES EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY R. A. STEWART MACALISTER,... ...LATED BY R. A. STEWART MACALISTER, M.A., F.S.A. XonC)on: PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY By*.David Nutt, 57-59 Long^ Acre. 1908. printp:d by se... ...ia 'S\^e}^e, of which last an edition will before long be submitted to the Irish Texts Society. Numerous copies of the first, and several copies of th... ...oths of pure flax. And they found not a person there alive or dead, butone old man, who had left his swiftness and his dexterity, and he had been a kn... ...hich we have come, or who directs the princedom of this land itself? " The old man answers him, and thus he said ; — " It seems as though in a cave of... ...great wrath seized him, and he swooped eagerly and dexterously towards the old man, and made a fettered, tightly-bound prisoner of him, and he bares h... ...htly-bound prisoner of him, and he bares his sword to behead him. Then the old man said these words : — " Luck and prosperity in thy steps and thy dee... ...he Knight of the Lantern. " Thou hast no great need to ask that," said the old man, ** for it is a short while before ye he left this, and I think it ...

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Irish literature

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... Irish literature comprises writings in the Irish, Latin, and English (inclu... ...portionately large contribution to world literature. The earliest recorded Irish writing dates from the seventh century and was produced by monks writ... ... seventh century and was produced by monks writing in both Latin and Early Irish. In addition to scriptural writing, the monks of Ireland recorded bot... ...ded both poetry and mythological tales. There is a large surviving body of Irish mythological writing, including tales such as The Táin and Mad King S... ...texts relating to St Patrick and some of the oldest surviving specimens of Old Irish. It is one of the earliest manuscripts produced by an insular chu... ..., particularly counties Armagh, Down and Louth. The stories are written in Old and Middle Irish, mostly in prose, interspersed with occasional verse p... ...e referred to in poems dating to the 7th.[5] After the Old Irish period, there is a vast range of poetry from mediaeval and Renais... ...hese changes were seen in the 18th century, when the sophistication of the old high tradition reappeared at a popular level. Poetry was still the domi... ...nd were copied and recopied. They might include material several centuries old. Access to them was not confined to the literate: the contents were rea...

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Old Irish Life

By: Callwell, J. M

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OLD IRISH LIFE Author: J. M. CALLWELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OLD IRISH LIFE Author: J. M. CALLWELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...ry.net O'REGOy ASD SQUICKET8. |^ 3 ^ Chicago, .March 10. "Who says the Irish are not funny? On March 17 they will celebrate the natal day of a man... ... celebrate the natal day of a man who was born on Aug. 15. A number of the Irish will be proud when they are called " Celts." March 17 is the birthday... ...alled Celts any more than there is a race known as Anglo-Saxoris or Scotch-Irish to des-_ ignate certain immigrants to the United States that came by ... ... China bear witness to O'Regon's visits there. There are references to the old Gaels in the Old Testament and it is now accepted that the " lost tribe... ...e General ances will be inanont valu< will reside at G . during the Micha OLD IRISH LIFE "HUMANITY DICK." COLONEL RICHARD MARTIN, M.P., OF BALLINAHI... ...portrait in possession of the Societyfor Prevention ofCruelty to Animals. OLD IRISH LIFE BY J. M. CALLWELL William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and L... ... . . .66 VI. FIGHTING FITZGERALD . . . .86 VII. DUELS . . . . . .116 VIII. OLD IRISH TRAVEL . . . . .147 IX. THE PEREGRINATIONS OF AN EMIGRfi . .. 159...

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Irish mythology

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... Irish Scottish ... ... conversion to Christianity. However, much of it was preserved in medieval Irish literature, though it was shorn of its religious meanings. This liter... ... 7.2 Primary sources in Medieval Irish 7.3 Retellings of the myth... ... The sources The three main manuscript sources for Irish mythology are the late 11th/early 12th century Lebor na hUidre which ... ... on linguistic grounds to the 8th century, and some of the verse may be as old as the 6th century. Other important sources include... ...nt source for the Fenian Cycle is the Acallam na Senórach (Colloquy of the Old Men), which is found in two 15th-century manuscripts, the Book of Lismo... ...e tales from her two books, Darby O'Gill and the Good People, and Ashes of Old Wishes were made in to the film Darby O'Gill and the Little People. Not... ... James Stephens: Irish Fairy Tales (1920) Old Friends: The Lost Tales of Fionn Mac Cumhaill ... ...perstitions of Ireland,1887 [1] Irish Drunids and Old Irish Religions,[2] External links ...

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Old Irish Life

By: Callwell, J. M

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OLD IRISH LIFE Author: J. M. CALLWELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, ... ... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OLD IRISH LIFE Author: J. M. CALLWELL Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ...... ...ortrait in possession nf the Societyfor Prevention ofCrttcity to Animals. OLD IRISH LIFE BY J. M. CALLWELL William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and L... ...ait in possession nf the Societyfor Prevention ofCrttcity to Animals. OLD IRISH LIFE BY J. M. CALLWELL William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and Londo... ... . . .66 VI. FIGHTING FITZGERALD . , . .86 VII. DUELS . . . . . .116 VIII. OLD IRISH TRAVEL . . . . .147 IX. THE PEREGRINATIONS OF AN EMIGR6 . .159 X.... ... .66 VI. FIGHTING FITZGERALD . , . .86 VII. DUELS . . . . . .116 VIII. OLD IRISH TRAVEL . . . . .147 IX. THE PEREGRINATIONS OF AN EMIGR6 . .159 X. THE... .... .159 X. THE EVE OF '98 ..... 187 XI. HUMANITY DICK . . . . .197 XII. THE OLD HOME ..... 219 XIII. BY LAND AND BY WATER .... 232 XIV. AFFAIRS OF HONO...

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Irish English

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... c. 4.5 million (2011) 130,000 L2 speakers (native Irish speakers). ... ... Irish English ... ... en-IE Irish English or Hiberno‐English (from Latin Hibernia: "Ireland")[1] is the... ... was mainly spoken in an area known as the Pale around Dublin, with mostly Irish spoken throughout the rest of the country. By the Tudor period, Irish... ...sh 7.3 Derived words from Old and Middle English 7.4... ... 8.2 From Old and Middle English 8.3... ...ight drizzle/mist) Derived words from Old and Middle English Another class of vocabulary found... ...ass of vocabulary found in Hiberno-English are words and phrases common in Old and Middle English, but which have since become obscure or obsolete in ... ... Example Hiberno-English words derived from Old and Middle English Word ...

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Publications : Volume 5

By: Irish Texts Society

...... ...TURE IN HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, CLONLIFFE, DUBLIN s< °i h Ik PUBLISHED FOR THE IRISH TEXTS SOCIETY BY DAVID MUTT, 57-59, LONG ACRE, LONDON 1904 PREFACE. ... ...NG ACRE, LONDON 1904 PREFACE. TN the past no race was more ready than the Irish to give ear to the stories and legends of old. With certain limitatio... ...ce was more ready than the Irish to give ear to the stories and legends of old. With certain limitations, that is still true of those who are privileg... ...ceasing, and shall not cease. The intellectual exiles are returning to the old home of native culture, to enrich it, perhaps, with the spoils gathered... ... great vi PREFACE. sentiments which express the pent-up longing of a true Irish heart — lonirmiti cin An cirt ut> cia|\ t)l/A1t) 50 Tl-10mAt) A tlglA... ...ith the passing away of political independence, however, the memory of the old martial heroes of the race tends to become faded, and the element of fo... ...ng the date ofthe MS., offersome interesting forms. We have in Part I. the old imperat. pi. 2, but). The preterite offers the instructive sequence pob... ... underneath most of our older bridges the river is shallow ; here were the old fords at which the roads on either side met. 30 cAitneim con$At cUa-mn...

Subject: Irish literature (Collections); Irish literature -- Old Irish

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Irish Oaks

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... Qualification Three-year-old fillies Weight ... ...5) 1st: €232,000 Irish Oaks 2015 ... ...   The Irish Oaks is a Group 1 flat horse race in Ireland open to three-year-old t... ... The Irish Oaks is a Group 1 flat horse race in Ireland open to three-year-old thoroughbred fillies. It is run at the Curragh over a distance of 1 mil... ... Snow Fairy in 2010. The leading participants from the Irish Oaks sometimes go on to compete in the following month's Yorkshire Oa... ... 1898: Sabine Queen 1899: Irish Ivy 1900: May Race ... ... See also List of Irish flat horse races References ... ... Curragh Racecourse Flat horse races for three-year-old fillies Recurring sporting events established in ...

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Old Irish life

By: Callwell, J. M
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Irish declension

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...) and "boy scout" (feminine). Case Irish has four cases: common (usually called nominative, but it covers the ... ...d is always preceded by the particle , which triggers lenition. (In spoken Irish this particle is often omitted, especially before a vowel sound.) The... ... Declension There are five recognized declensions in Irish. The makeup of the declensions depends on three factors: ... ...hough an obsolete dative plural in -aibh is still sometimes encountered in old-fashioned literary style. "b... ... /dʲoːɾˠ/ In Connacht Irish and Waterford Irish it is often the case that all nouns of the second... .... "a shoe"). In some Munster varieties as well as the old literary language, the dative singular is distinct and ends in a slende... ..."in my shoe". (Historically, nominative forms like are descended from the old dative.) When /x/ in the gen. sing. is made slender, it is also v... ... (f.) "fight, struggle" Some words in Munster Irish also have a separate dative form: nom. ... ... In some Munster Irish varieties as well as the old literary language, the dative singular is distinct and ends in a slende...

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Old Irish glass

By: Stannus, Graydon, Mrs
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Irish whiskey

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... "uisce beatha/uisge beatha" a phrase from the Goidelic branch of languages (Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx) meaning "water of life". (Intoxicating... ...ly whiskey, is also sometimes referred to in Ireland as "the craythur".) Most Irish pot still whiskey is distilled three times, while most (but not... ...y, is distilled twice. Peat is rarely used in the malt ing process, so that Irish Whiskey has a smoother finish as opposed to the smoky, earthy ove... ... exceptions to these "rules" in both countries; an example is Connemara Peated Irish Malt (double distilled) whiskey from the Cooley Distillery in Riv... ...lled) whiskey from the Cooley Distillery in Riverstown, Cooley, County Louth. Irish whiskey was once the most popular spirit in the world, though a l... ...A.D. The Irish then modified this technique to obtain a drinkable spirit. The Old Bushmills Distillery claims to be the oldest surviving licenced di... ...tillery in the world, est. 1784, owned by Diageo since 2005) – producing all Old Bushmills, Black Bush, 1608, Bushmills 10-, 12- and 16- and 21-year... ...rs, Tullamore Dew, Writer's TearsSingle pot still: Green Spot, Jameson 15yr Old Pure Pot Still, Redbreast (12, 15 years)Single malt: Bushmills ...

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Old-Irish Paradigm and Selections from the Old-Irish Glosses

By: Strachan, John, 1862-1907
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Irish Wolfhound

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... An Irish Wolfhound Other names ... ... Dog (Canis lupus familiaris) The Irish Wolfhound (Irish: Cú Faoil, Irish pronunciation: ) is a breed of... ...originally developed from war hounds to one used for hunting and guarding. Irish Wolfhounds can be an imposing sight due to their formidable size; the... ...e Irish wolfhound The standard of The Am... ... Club describes the breed as "Of great size and commanding appearance, the Irish Wolfhound is remarkable in combining power and swiftness with keen si... ...h wolfhound running The breed is very old; there are suggestions it may have been brought to Ireland as early as ... ...re which dates from the 5th century or, in the case of the Sagas, from the old Irish period - AD 600-900. The word "Cu" often became an added respecte... ...g hounds in the hands of a few families who were mainly descendants of the old Irish chieftains, were now symbols of status rather than hunters, they ...

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Publications : Volume 6

By: Irish Texts Society

...CALDER Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE IRISH ÆNEID Title: IMTHEACHTA ÆNIASA THE IRISH ÆNEID Author: GEORGE CA... ...... ... SOCIETY comaNN NQ ssRiBeaNN saebiLse VOL. VI 1903 IMTHEACHTA JEKIASA THE IRISH .ENEID IMTHEACHTA y€NIASA THE IRISH .€NEID BEING A TRANSLATION, MADE... ..., MADE BEFORE A.D. 1400. OF THE XII BOOKS OF VERGIVS ^NEID INTO GAELIC THE IRISH TEXT, WITH TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH, INTRODUCTION, VOCABULARY, AND NO... ...ron, and carbuncle gems of every hue. Many were the kinds of liquor in it, old and intoxicating, of every sort of drink, being distributed to the hono... ...lopes ; thence to the port of Drepanum, and to Sicily ; and there died the old man, my father, Anchises, son of Capys. Thence with great peril and shi... ...ave chastised him out of his present ardour. To-day, however, when I am an old man, it is unseemly for me to light a duel with a young man of strength... ...d taken up their places and dwellings. There, too, were death, pestilence, old age, fear, cold, hunger, and poverty. There, moreover, are spectres, fo... ...riverAcheron. There was Charon ferrying across the Acheron in his boat, an old man he, with a very long grey beard upon him, himself fresh blood-red.'...

Subject: Irish poetry -- Ireland Connacht; Religious poetry, Irish

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Irish language

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... Irish-language education ... ... Irish-language media ... ... Irish-language occupations ... ... Irish-language operas ... ... Irish-language surnames ... ...tion Oideas Gael Oireachtas na Gaeilge Old Irish Osmond Tisani P ... ...tion Oideas Gael Oireachtas na Gaeilge Old Irish Osmond Tisani P ...

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