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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum, Caren Esser, and Patrizia de Bernardo Stempel

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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ABLE :   <con°icc>   can, is able   --
3.130, 3.142, 4.6
ABOUT :   <fóbair>   begins, sets about   --
10.67
ABOUT :   <imbL, immL>   around, about; mutually   --
1.183, 2.239, 2.275, 4.41, 5.115, 7.16, 7.213, 9.33
ABOUT :   <immáin>   driving; roaming, wandering about   --
2.282, 2.298
ABUNDANCE :   <lom(m)nán>   abundance   --
10.121
ABUNDANT :   <im(m)da>   many, abundant   --
10.198
ACCOMPANIES :   <fo°cain>   accompanies with song, sings to, chants   --
5.280
ACROSS :   <sethnu, sethno>   through, across   --
2.213
ACROSS :   <tar>   across, over   --
1.163, 1.165, 1.167
ACTION :   <gním>   action, work   --
10.144
ACTIVE :   <fobaid>   quick, prompt, active   --
4.30
ADDRESSES :   <ad°gládathar>   addresses, speaks to   --
2.375, 2.390
ADJUSTS :   <in°lá>   undertakes, arranges, adjusts   --
1.68
ADULT :   <macdacht>   adult   --
1.107
ADVANTAGE :   <boid, búaid>   victory; excellence, special quality; advantage   --
7.54
ADVANTAGE :   <les>   remedy; advantage   --
8.54, 8.98, 8.137, 8.214
AFFIRMS :   <for-t-gella>   affirms, calls to witness, invokes   --
10.50
AFFLICTS :   <cráidid>   torments, vexes, afflicts   --
5.238, 5.296
AFFORDS :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
AFOREMENTIONED :   <sin>   this, that, those, the aforementioned   --
1.189, 2.45, 3.91, 3.224, 4.8, 4.189, 4.197, 5.143, 8.277, 10.171
AFOREMENTIONED :   <sude, suide>   this one, the aforementioned   --
2.48, 2.208, 5.45, 6.267, 6.293
AFTER :   <íarN, íarmL->   after   --
2.44, 2.158, 2.172, 3.11, 3.23, 3.40, 3.87, 5.153, 7.53, 8.99, 9.126, 10.145, 10.166
AGAIN :   <dano, dono>   again, now, then   --
1.96, 1.148, 1.311, 3.69, 4.87, 4.146, 5.46, 8.164, 8.227, 8.287
AGAIN :   <dorísi, dorís>   again, once more   --
5.128
AGAINST :   <frithL, friH>   against, towards   --
1.321, 2.101, 2.220, 2.279, 4.25, 4.35, 4.64, 4.161, 5.179, 5.184, 5.188, 5.266, 5.297, 6.99, 6.268, 7.29, 7.77, 8.56, 8.71, 8.94, 8.100, 8.180, 8.208, 8.215, 8.218, 8.270
AGE :   <bith>   world; life; age, period   --
7.109, 7.121
AHEAD :   <remi>   ahead   --
6.47
ALE :   <cuirm>   ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment   --
5.66
ALE-FEAST :   <cuirm>   ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment   --
5.66
ALERT :   <éscaid>   alert, eager; swift   --
4.31
ALL :   <uile>   all, whole   --
2.346, 4.177, 7.178, 8.278
ALLIANCE :   <oentu>   unity, alliance, sexual union   --
5.80
ALONE :   <oenar>   one person, one alone   --
8.154
ALONG :   <farrad>   beside, along with   --
3.47
ALTHOUGH :   <cía>   although, even if   --
1.36, 3.116, 5.316, 8.273
AMONG :   <eter>   between, among   --
1.225, 1.259, 2.248, 9.113
AMONG :   <laH>   among, by, with   --
1.53, 1.85, 1.149, 1.211, 2.244, 2.296, 3.184, 5.68, 5.132, 5.281, 5.283, 6.110, 8.81, 8.119, 8.121, 8.149, 8.165, 9.12, 9.90, 9.96, 9.99, 9.108, 9.111
AMPLE :   <lán>   full, ample   --
10.117
ANCIENT :   <bile>   (ancient and venerated) tree   --
7.143
AND :   <ocus>   and   --
1.7, 1.101, 1.135, 1.137, 1.202, 1.207, 1.327, 2.66, 2.205, 2.209, 2.236, 2.240, 2.245, 2.259, 2.276, 3.38, 3.160, 3.188, 3.206, 4.38, 4.68, 4.91, 4.125, 4.148, 4.166, 4.173, 4.182, 4.190, 5.7, 5.222, 8.95, 8.265, 9.26, 9.37, 9.53, 9.76, 9.115, 10.12, 10.82
AND :   <sceo>   and   --
6.52, 6.54
ANOTHER :   <attan, attain>   another time   --
4.157
ANY :   <cach, cech>   each, every, any   --
1.226, 1.236, 5.182, 5.301, 6.86, 6.107, 6.269, 7.179, 7.190, 9.30
ANYTHING :   <>   something, anything   --
2.11, 2.80, 2.191, 3.20, 3.22
APPEARANCE :   <cruth>   form, appearance   --
4.28
APPROACHES :   <do°icc, tic(c), tig>   approaches; gets; comes   --
5.97, 5.124, 10.158
ARAD :   <Dál Araide>   the district of Arad   --
9.109
ARM :   <dóe>   arm   --
4.95
ARMED :   <gillae>   servant, armed man   --
9.103
ARMOUR :   <arm, armm>   armour, weapon   --
2.68
ARMOUR :   <gaisced>   weapons, armour; prowess   --
4.33
ARMY :   <slóg, slúag>   troop, host, army   --
6.288, 6.292, 7.67
AROUND :   <imbL, immL>   around, about; mutually   --
1.183, 2.239, 2.275, 4.41, 5.115, 7.16, 7.213, 9.33
ARRANGEMENT :   <ord>   arrangement   --
10.164
ARRANGEMENT :   <sreth>   strewing; arrangement   --
7.52, 7.212
ARRANGES :   <in°lá>   undertakes, arranges, adjusts   --
1.68
ART :   <dán>   craftsman, man of art   --
6.87
ARTEFACT :   <aicde>   artefact, article   --
6.142, 6.155
ARTICLE :   <aicde>   artefact, article   --
6.142, 6.155
ASHES :   <lúaith>   ashes   --
8.266
ASKS :   <do°guid>   entreats, asks pardon   --
4.77, 4.134
ATTESTS :   <for°toing>   swears, attests   --
4.56
AVOIDING :   <imgabál, imgabáil>   avoiding; evasion   --
8.292
AWAY :   <gataid>   takes away, removes; steals   --
4.191
BACK :   <aiss, ais>   back, hinder part   --
2.280
BACK :   <síar>   backwards, back   --
2.253
BACKWARDS :   <síar>   backwards, back   --
2.253
BARGAIN :   <caingen>   deal, bargain   --
5.234
BATTLE :   <cath>   battle, fight   --
3.239, 9.60
BEATS :   <benaid>   beats, strikes, slays, wounds   --
4.115
BEAUTIFUL :   <caín>   fine, excellent, beautiful   --
1.204, 7.118
BEAUTIFUL :   <álaind>   beautiful, lovely   --
1.201
BEAUTY :   <Mag Lí>   the Field of Beauty   --
9.110
BEAUTY :   <gnóe>   beauty   --
7.110
BEAUTY :   <>   beauty, lustre, glory; colour   --
7.50, 7.189
BED :   <imdae>   bed, couch   --
2.28, 10.193
BEER :   <cuirm>   ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment   --
5.66
BEFORE :   <anair>   from the front, before   --
2.224
BEFORE :   <arL, airL>   before, for, in front of, east of   --
1.23, 2.49, 2.82, 2.371, 5.125, 6.297, 8.276, 9.51, 9.54
BEFORE :   <reN>   before   --
1.160, 1.256, 1.281, 2.194
BEGINS :   <feccaid>   begins   --
8.173
BEGINS :   <fóbair>   begins, sets about   --
10.67
BEHIND :   <íarmo>   behind   --
6.49
BELLY :   <brú>   belly, womb   --
3.202
BENCH :   <aride, airide>   bench   --
2.32
BESIDE :   <farrad>   beside, along with   --
3.47
BESIDES :   <chena>   besides   --
8.57
BESIDES :   <olchenae>   besides   --
1.130, 1.139
BETWEEN :   <eter>   between, among   --
1.225, 1.259, 2.248, 9.113
BEYOND :   <sech>   past, beyond   --
4.116, 10.88
BIG :   <már, mór>   big, great   --
1.309, 2.261, 3.239, 4.48, 6.101
BIR :   <Bir>   Bir   --
9.114
BIRD :   <én>   bird   --
1.21, 1.87, 1.159, 1.206, 1.209, 1.221, 1.228, 1.254, 1.269, 3.42, 7.155
BIRD-HUNTING :   <enach>   bird-hunting, fowling   --
9.55
BITCH :   <sod, sad>   bitch, wolf-bitch   --
4.86
BLACK :   <dub>   black   --
3.43
BLOCK :   <genn, geinn>   wedge, block   --
2.218
BLOOD :   <flann>   blood red   --
5.286
BLOODINESS :   <fuiliche>   bloodiness, bloodshed   --
6.116
BLOODSHED :   <fuiliche>   bloodiness, bloodshed   --
6.116
BLOOM :   <bláth>   flower, blossom; bloom   --
7.133, 7.145
BLOSSOM :   <bláth>   flower, blossom; bloom   --
7.133, 7.145
BLUE :   <glass, glas>   greenish, blue, grey   --
4.65, 4.88
BOAT :   <curach>   coracle, skiff, boat   --
7.76
BOG :   <Grellach Culgairi>   Bog of the Chariot-rumble   --
2.179
BOG :   <Grellach Dolluid>   Bog of Distress   --
3.86
BOG :   <grellach>   bog, mire   --
3.72
BOILING :   <berbad>   boiling, cooking   --
10.168
BOND :   <rond, ronn>   chain, bond   --
1.223
BOUNDARY :   <crích>   boundary, territory   --
5.34
BRANCH :   <cróeb, cráeb>   branch; tree, bush   --
3.45
BREAKS :   <bongid>   breaks   --
6.67
BREAKS :   <brissid>   breaks, destroys; defeats   --
3.237
BREAKS :   <con°boing>   breaks; defeats; violates   --
4.183
BREAKS :   <maidid>   breaks, bursts   --
4.120, 4.174
BREAKS :   <teinnid, tennaid>   cuts, cracks, breaks   --
5.329
BREGA :   <Brega>   Brega   --
1.168
BRICRIU :   <Bricriu>   Bricriu   --
1.147
BRIGHT :   <find, finn>   white, bright   --
2.278, 4.144, 4.169, 7.28, 7.98, 10.116, 10.139
BRIGHT :   <gel>   fair, white, bright   --
7.30
BRIGHTNESS :   <sorche, sorchae>   light, brightness   --
6.179
BRILLIANT :   <án>   splendid, brilliant; splendour   --
5.93
BRINGS :   <berid>   carries, brings   --
2.63, 8.252, 10.33, 10.39, 10.54
BRINGS :   <do°beir>   brings   --
2.98, 3.170, 5.151
BROTHER :   <bráthir, bráthair>   brother   --
9.139
BROW :   <brú, brá>   eyebrow, brow   --
2.242
BROW :   <étan, édan>   front, brow, forehead   --
2.223
BROWN :   <donn>   brown   --
3.182
BULL :   <dartaid>   heifer, bull calf   --
3.197
BULL :   <tarb>   bull   --
3.186
BULLS :   <dairid>   bulls   --
3.180
BURSTS :   <maidid>   breaks, bursts   --
4.120, 4.174
BUSH :   <cróeb, cráeb>   branch; tree, bush   --
3.45
BUT :   <acht>   except, only, save, but   --
1.190, 8.11, 8.90
BUTTER :   <brechtán>   butter, fat, relish   --
10.185
BUTTER :   <im(m)>   butter   --
10.149, 10.192
BY :   <laH>   among, by, with   --
1.53, 1.85, 1.149, 1.211, 2.244, 2.296, 3.184, 5.68, 5.132, 5.281, 5.283, 6.110, 8.81, 8.119, 8.121, 8.149, 8.165, 9.12, 9.90, 9.96, 9.99, 9.108, 9.111
BY :   <oc>   at, with, by   --
1.57, 2.87, 2.281, 2.297, 3.155, 4.23, 4.159, 8.178, 8.204, 10.16
BY :   <óL, úaL>   from, by   --
3.90, 4.72, 4.129, 6.112
CALF :   <dartaid>   heifer, bull calf   --
3.197
CALF :   <lóeg>   calf   --
3.199
CALLS :   <con°gair>   calls together   --
7.177
CALLS :   <for-t-gella>   affirms, calls to witness, invokes   --
10.50
CALLS :   <gairid>   calls   --
7.154
CAMUS :   <Camus>   Camus   --
9.116
CAN :   <con°icc>   can, is able   --
3.130, 3.142, 4.6
CANONICAL :   <tráth>   period of time, (canonical) hour   --
7.157, 7.180
CARRIES :   <berid>   carries, brings   --
2.63, 8.252, 10.33, 10.39, 10.54
CATHAL :   <Cathal>   Cathal   --
10.7, 10.31, 10.90
CATTLE :   <géim>   roaring (of cattle)   --
2.13, 2.110
CATTLE :   <éit>   cattle   --
4.176
CATTLE-RAID :   <Táin>   Tain, cattle-raid   --
3.222, 3.243
CATTLE-RAID :   <Táin Bó Cúailnge>   Cattle-Raid of Cuailnge   --
3.210
CHAIN :   <cuing>   yoke, chain   --
1.257
CHAIN :   <rond, ronn>   chain, bond   --
1.223
CHAMPION :   <eirr, err>   chariot-fighter, champion, warrior   --
1.128
CHAMPION :   <ánrad>   hero, warrior, champion   --
3.236
CHANCES :   <ad°cumaing>   strikes, cuts; happens, chances   --
3.57
CHANTS :   <fo°cain>   accompanies with song, sings to, chants   --
5.280
CHARIOT :   <culgaire>   noise, rumble of a chariot   --
2.174
CHARIOT-FIGHTER :   <eirr, err>   chariot-fighter, champion, warrior   --
1.128
CHARIOT-RUMBLE :   <Grellach Culgairi>   Bog of the Chariot-rumble   --
2.179
CHARIOTEER :   <are, arae, ara>   charioteer   --
1.118, 6.26, 6.38
CHASE :   <forim>   chase   --
1.86
CHEESE :   <gruth>   curds, cheese   --
10.189
CHEESE :   <tanach>   pressed cheese   --
10.200
CICHOL :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
CICHOL :   <Cicul Gricen-choss>   Cichol Clapperleg   --
9.13
CICHOL :   <Cicul, Cichul, Ciccul>   Cichol   --
9.74
CIRCLE :   <cúairt>   circle; tour, journey   --
5.32, 5.114
CIRCUIT :   <mórthimchell>   great circuit   --
10.160
CLAPPERLEG :   <Cicul Gricen-choss>   Cichol Clapperleg   --
9.13
CLEARING :   <réidig>   leveling, smoothing; clearing (land)   --
9.106
CLEARS :   <sligid>   strikes, slays; clears   --
2.255, 9.89
CLOAK :   <bratt>   cloak, mantle   --
2.237, 2.247
CLOISTER :   <Cell Letrech>   Cloister Letrech   --
5.203
CLOISTER :   <cell>   cloister, monastic settlement   --
5.155
CLOTH :   <bréit>   strip; cloth; shred   --
4.93
CLOTHING :   <étach>   clothing, garment   --
2.65
CLOUD :   <Arcatnél>   Silver Cloud   --
7.225
COGNOMEN :   <comainm>   name, cognomen   --
9.63
COHABITATION :   <cardess, cairdes>   friendship, love, cohabitation   --
8.19
COLLISION :   <comrac>   encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation   --
4.24, 4.160, 5.5
COLOUR :   <dath>   colour; hue, tint   --
7.191
COLOUR :   <>   beauty, lustre, glory; colour   --
7.50, 7.189
COMBAT :   <comrac>   encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation   --
4.24, 4.160, 5.5
COMBAT :   <éccomlonn>   unequal combat, unfair odds   --
4.47
COMES :   <do°icc, tic(c), tig>   approaches; gets; comes   --
5.97, 5.124, 10.158
COMES :   <do°tét, do°téit>   comes; goes   --
4.149, 5.131, 5.217
COMPANION :   <coicéle, coicéile>   companion, friend; friendship   --
2.331
COMPANY :   <coimthecht>   company   --
5.263
COMPANY :   <muinter>   family; party, followers; retinue, company   --
1.322, 9.136
COMPETES :   <con°sní>   contends, competes   --
7.75
COMPULSION :   <écen>   necessity, compulsion   --
3.143
CONALL :   <Conall>   Conall   --
1.134
CONCEALS :   <celid>   conceals, hides   --
5.311
CONCHOBAR :   <Conchubur, Conchobar>   Conchobar   --
1.6, 1.95, 1.320
CONFLICT :   <debuith>   conflict   --
6.243
CONGAL :   <Congal>   Congal   --
8.32
CONNACHT :   <Connacht>   Connacht   --
9.97
CONNACHT :   <Connacht>   inhabitant of Connacht   --
5.35, 5.55
CONQUEST :   <gabál, gabáil>   taking, conquest   --
9.8, 9.10, 9.64, 9.127
CONTENDS :   <con°sní>   contends, competes   --
7.75
COOKING :   <berbad>   boiling, cooking   --
10.168
COPPER :   <(h)ume, (h)umae>   copper   --
6.138
CORACLE :   <curach>   coracle, skiff, boat   --
7.76
CORKAGUINEY :   <Corco Duibne>   Corkaguiney   --
5.19
COUCH :   <imdae>   bed, couch   --
2.28, 10.193
COUPLE :   <dias>   two people, pair, couple   --
10.109
COURSE :   <fecht>   course, journey; time, occasion   --
8.139, 10.108
COURSE :   <lorg>   trail, path, course   --
1.206, 1.239, 1.243
COURSE :   <rith>   run, course   --
7.27
COURSE :   <rían>   course, route; sea, ocean   --
7.19
COVERING :   <forbbaid>   covering; shroud   --
2.274
COW :   <>   cow, ox   --
2.284, 2.295, 2.315, 2.328, 2.344, 3.37, 3.172, 3.204, 4.168
CRACKS :   <teinnid, tennaid>   cuts, cracks, breaks   --
5.329
CRAFTMANSHIP :   <druine>   skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity   --
7.98
CRAFTSMAN :   <dán>   craftsman, man of art   --
6.87
CROWN :   <mind>   crown, diadem, summit   --
6.89
CRUACHAIN :   <Crúachu, Crúachain>   Cruachain   --
3.178
CRUSHES :   <for°nesa>   strikes, kicks, crushes   --
4.63
CUAILNGE :   <Cúailnge>   Cuailnge   --
3.183
CUAILNGE :   <Táin Bó Cúailnge>   Cattle-Raid of Cuailnge   --
3.210
CUIRITHIR :   <Cuirithir mac Doborchon>   Cuirithir son of Doborchu   --
5.43
CUIRITHIR :   <Curithir, Cuirithir>   Cuirithir   --
5.8, 5.69, 5.84, 5.249, 5.265, 5.282, 5.298
CULANN :   <Cú Chulainn>   Hound of Culann   --
2.7, 2.100, 2.126, 2.148, 2.300, 2.348, 2.377, 3.6, 3.59, 3.108, 3.134, 3.226, 4.62, 4.114
CURDS :   <gruth>   curds, cheese   --
10.189
CURE :   <ícc>   cure; solution   --
4.71, 4.128
CUSTOM :   <bés>   custom, habit   --
1.84
CUSTOMARY :   <gnáth>   usual, customary; known   --
7.169, 7.201, 7.210
CUTS :   <ad°cumaing>   strikes, cuts; happens, chances   --
3.57
CUTS :   <teinnid, tennaid>   cuts, cracks, breaks   --
5.329
DAIRE :   <Dáire mac Fiachnai>   Daire son of Fiachnae   --
3.187
DAMAGE :   <Dollud>   distress, damage, havoc   --
3.68
DAMAGING :   <collud>   damaging, destroying   --
1.58
DARES :   <ro°laimethar>   dares   --
8.85
DARKNESS :   <dorche, dorchae>   darkness   --
6.177
DART :   <cleittíne>   javelin, dart   --
4.118
DAUGHTER :   <ingen>   daughter   --
1.103, 8.13, 8.202
DAY :   <láaN, láN>   day, daylight   --
1.73, 4.188, 5.183, 8.176
DAYLIGHT :   <láaN, láN>   day, daylight   --
1.73, 4.188, 5.183, 8.176
DEAD :   <marb>   dead   --
8.41, 8.163
DEAL :   <caingen>   deal, bargain   --
5.234
DEATH :   <bás>   death   --
3.158
DECIDES :   <eter°certa>   interprets; decides, determines   --
2.356
DECISION :   <etercert>   interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision   --
2.313
DECLARATION :   <tacre, tacrae>   pleading, declaration, dispute   --
6.129
DECORATION :   <forníam>   ornament, decoration   --
6.166
DEFEATS :   <brissid>   breaks, destroys; defeats   --
3.237
DEFEATS :   <con°boing>   breaks; defeats; violates   --
4.183
DEFENDS :   <im(m)°dích>   defends, protects   --
6.64
DEFERS :   <in°snádi>   defers, puts off   --
6.294
DEICHTIRE :   <Deichtire, Deichtine>   Deichtire   --
1.104
DENSITY :   <dlúm>   mass, density   --
6.142
DESCENT :   <cenél>   race, tribe; descent   --
4.32
DESIRE :   <áil>   desire   --
8.8, 8.16, 8.59
DESTROYING :   <collud>   damaging, destroying   --
1.58
DESTROYS :   <brissid>   breaks, destroys; defeats   --
3.237
DESTROYS :   <díthaigid>   destroys   --
9.78
DESTROYS :   <lottid>   injures, spoils, destroys   --
5.112
DESTRUCTION :   <dortuth, dórtad>   pouring out; destruction   --
6.106
DETERMINES :   <eter°certa>   interprets; decides, determines   --
2.356
DEVOURS :   <gelid>   grazes, devours   --
1.33
DEXTERITY :   <druine>   skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity   --
7.98
DIADEM :   <mind>   crown, diadem, summit   --
6.89
DIES :   <at°baill>   dies   --
9.131
DILIGENT :   <léir>   diligent   --
10.144
DIRECTION :   <leth>   side, direction   --
1.241, 2.124
DISCUSSION :   <etercert>   interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision   --
2.313
DISPUTE :   <tacre, tacrae>   pleading, declaration, dispute   --
6.129
DISTANT :   <etercían>   far, distant, remote   --
7.8
DISTRESS :   <Dollud>   distress, damage, havoc   --
3.68
DISTRESS :   <Grellach Dolluid>   Bog of Distress   --
3.86
DISTRESS :   <tochomracht>   distress, weariness, vexation   --
1.52
DISTRICT :   <Dál Araide>   the district of Arad   --
9.109
DISTRICT :   <brug, bruig>   region, district   --
1.285
DITCH :   <clad>   ditch, dyke   --
1.178
DITCH :   <clas, class>   ditch, furrow; pit   --
8.258
DOBORCHU :   <Cuirithir mac Doborchon>   Cuirithir son of Doborchu   --
5.43
DOES :   <do°gní>   does; makes   --
3.117, 5.64, 5.79, 5.106, 5.235, 5.302, 8.52, 8.96, 8.108, 8.135, 8.212, 8.263
DOMAIN :   <flaith>   rule; domain; ruler   --
1.21, 6.108, 6.115, 6.232, 6.234, 6.264, 6.285
DOMNANN :   <Inber Domnann>   Rivermouth Domnann   --
9.15
DOOMSDAY :   <bráth>   Doomsday   --
3.75, 4.75, 4.132
DOOR-POST :   <ursa(n), ersa>   door-post   --
10.183
DOWN :   <snigid>   pours down, flows, drops   --
7.131
DREAM :   <aislinge>   vision, dream   --
10.10, 10.19, 10.35, 10.42, 10.70, 10.102
DRIVING :   <immáin>   driving; roaming, wandering about   --
2.282, 2.298
DROPS :   <snigid>   pours down, flows, drops   --
7.131
DUST :   <men, min>   powder, dust   --
8.264
DWELLING :   <teg, tech>   house, dwelling   --
1.333, 5.130, 10.115, 10.143
DYKE :   <clad>   ditch, dyke   --
1.178
EACH :   <cach, cech>   each, every, any   --
1.226, 1.236, 5.182, 5.301, 6.86, 6.107, 6.269, 7.179, 7.190, 9.30
EAGER :   <éscaid>   alert, eager; swift   --
4.31
EAR :   <áu>   ear   --
4.145, 4.170
EARTH :   <talam>   earth, ground   --
1.43, 10.37
EARTH :   <tír>   earth, territory, land   --
1.184, 5.205, 7.119
EARTH :   <íriu>   land, earth, soil   --
1.60
EAST :   <arL, airL>   before, for, in front of, east of   --
1.23, 2.49, 2.82, 2.371, 5.125, 6.297, 8.276, 9.51, 9.54
ECHAID :   <Echaid>   Echaid   --
8.14, 8.203
EDMAND :   <Edmann>   Edmonn, Edmand   --
1.166
EDMONN :   <Edmann>   Edmonn, Edmand   --
1.166
EEL :   <escong>   eel   --
4.37
EMAIN :   <Emain, Emuin>   Emain Macha   --
1.11, 1.24
EMOIR :   <Slíab Émóir>   Emoir Hill   --
9.36
EMPTY :   <folam>   empty, vain   --
6.109
ENCLOSURE :   <airlise>   forecourt, enclosure   --
6.102
ENCOUNTER :   <comrac>   encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation   --
4.24, 4.160, 5.5
ENCOUNTER :   <dál>   meeting, encounter   --
5.300
ENCOUNTERS :   <con°ricc>   meets, encounters   --
8.92, 8.217, 8.269
END :   <cenn>   head, front; end   --
1.283, 2.83, 4.124, 4.193, 5.127
END :   <dead, diad>   end   --
2.70, 2.146, 2.258, 4.172, 4.179
END :   <díden>   end   --
3.156
END :   <ind>   end   --
4.95
ENTERTAINMENT :   <cuirm>   ale, beer; ale-feast, entertainment   --
5.66
ENTREATS :   <do°guid>   entreats, asks pardon   --
4.77, 4.134
ERROR :   <sechbaid>   excess; error   --
8.238
ESRU :   <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú>   Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru   --
9.138
ESTIMATES :   <ad°midethar>   estimates, evaluates   --
6.124, 6.137, 6.150, 6.163
ETHRAG :   <Mag nEthrige>   the Field of Ethrag   --
9.95
EVALUATES :   <ad°midethar>   estimates, evaluates   --
6.124, 6.137, 6.150, 6.163
EVASION :   <imgabál, imgabáil>   avoiding; evasion   --
8.292
EVEN :   <cía>   although, even if   --
1.36, 3.116, 5.316, 8.273
EVEN :   <réid>   smooth, even, level   --
1.192
EVERY :   <cach, cech>   each, every, any   --
1.226, 1.236, 5.182, 5.301, 6.86, 6.107, 6.269, 7.179, 7.190, 9.30
EVERYBODY :   <cách>   everybody, everyone   --
1.138, 5.318
EVERYONE :   <cách>   everybody, everyone   --
1.138, 5.318
EVIL :   <olc>   evil, wrong; misfortune   --
3.120, 3.131
EXALTS :   <con°ocaib>   truly raises, truly exalts   --
6.17, 6.275
EXALTS :   <ocaib>   raises, exalts   --
6.15
EXCELLENCE :   <boid, búaid>   victory; excellence, special quality; advantage   --
7.54
EXCELLENT :   <caín>   fine, excellent, beautiful   --
1.204, 7.118
EXCEPT :   <acht>   except, only, save, but   --
1.190, 8.11, 8.90
EXCESS :   <sechbaid>   excess; error   --
8.238
EXCITES :   <con°saídi>   stirs up, excites   --
3.209
EXEMPTS :   <im(m)°dídnathar>   protects, releases, exempts   --
6.65
EXISTENCE :   <bethu>   life, existence   --
3.194, 6.153
EXPELLING :   <tafann>   hunting, pursuing, expelling   --
1.72
EYE :   <súil>   eye   --
4.122, 7.51
EYEBROW :   <brú, brá>   eyebrow, brow   --
2.242
FACE :   <bél>   lip; mouth, face   --
10.89, 10.93
FAGGOT :   <cúal>   faggot   --
8.258
FAIR :   <gel>   fair, white, bright   --
7.30
FAIRY :   <síd>   fairy fort   --
3.177
FALSE :   <gáu, gó>   falsehood, false judgement   --
6.254
FALSEHOOD :   <gáu, gó>   falsehood, false judgement   --
6.254
FAME :   <cloth>   fame, reputation   --
6.223
FAMILY :   <muinter>   family; party, followers; retinue, company   --
1.322, 9.136
FAMOUS :   <bladach>   famous, renowned; splendid   --
10.196
FAR :   <conicci>   as far as, up to, to, till   --
4.97
FAR :   <etercían>   far, distant, remote   --
7.8
FAT :   <blonac>   fat, lard, grease   --
10.195
FAT :   <brechtán>   butter, fat, relish   --
10.185
FATHER :   <athir, athair>   father   --
1.120, 9.140
FEA :   <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú>   Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru   --
9.138
FEAT :   <cless>   feat, skill   --
4.29, 4.164
FEEBLE :   <timm>   soft, pliant; feeble   --
10.201
FENCE :   <airbe>   hedge, fence   --
1.180
FIACHNAE :   <Dáire mac Fiachnai>   Daire son of Fiachnae   --
3.187
FIELD :   <Mag Latharna>   the Field of Lathairn   --
9.107
FIELD :   <Mag Lí>   the Field of Beauty   --
9.110
FIELD :   <Mag nEthrige>   the Field of Ethrag   --
9.95
FIELD :   <Mag Ítha>   the Field of Ith   --
9.61, 9.98
FIELD :   <mag>   plain, field   --
1.22, 1.191, 2.113, 7.63, 7.87, 7.200, 7.223, 9.88, 10.138
FIFTY :   <coíca>   fifty   --
9.24, 9.27
FIGHT :   <cath>   battle, fight   --
3.239, 9.60
FINE :   <caín>   fine, excellent, beautiful   --
1.204, 7.118
FIRE :   <daig>   flame, fire; pang   --
5.328
FIRE :   <tene, teine>   fire   --
8.259
FIRMNESS :   <daingne>   firmness   --
6.140
FIRST :   <cét>   first; fresh, new   --
9.133, 10.168
FIRSTLY :   <cétamus>   firstly   --
6.265
FIRTH :   <loch>   lake, firth; pool   --
10.134
FISHING :   <íascach>   fishing   --
9.52
FIT :   <dír>   proper, fit, necessary   --
2.309, 2.341
FLAME :   <daig>   flame, fire; pang   --
5.328
FLIES :   <luith, luid>   moves; flies   --
1.280, 6.266
FLOOR :   <lár>   floor, surface; middle   --
2.36, 2.256, 10.137
FLOWER :   <bláth>   flower, blossom; bloom   --
7.133, 7.145
FLOWS :   <snigid>   pours down, flows, drops   --
7.131
FOLLOWERS :   <muinter>   family; party, followers; retinue, company   --
1.322, 9.136
FOMORACH :   <Fomorach>   Fomorach   --
9.79
FOOD :   <biad>   food   --
10.123
FOOT :   <coss, cos>   foot, leg   --
2.206, 4.42, 7.40, 7.97
FOR :   <air, ar>   for   --
1.82, 4.19, 6.35, 6.104, 8.84
FORD :   <Áth da (F)erta>   Ford of the Two Mounds   --
2.160
FORD :   <áth>   ford   --
4.44, 4.67, 4.155, 4.181, 4.196
FORE-ARM :   <rig>   fore-arm   --
4.99
FORECOURT :   <airlise>   forecourt, enclosure   --
6.102
FOREHEAD :   <étan, édan>   front, brow, forehead   --
2.223
FOREIGN :   <allmar>   foreign   --
6.167
FOREST :   <caill>   wood, forest   --
5.279
FORK :   <gabul, gabal>   fork   --
2.277
FORM :   <cruth>   form, appearance   --
4.28
FORT :   <Dún Imrid>   Fort Imrid   --
2.9
FORT :   <síd>   fairy fort   --
3.177
FORTUNATE :   <soithcedach>   prosperous, fortunate   --
6.300
FOTHARTAIG :   <Mael Fothartaig>   Mael Fothartaig   --
8.17, 8.44, 8.122, 8.181
FOUR :   <ceth(a)ir, cethéoir>   four   --
7.39, 9.87
FOURTH :   <cethraimthe>   quarter, fourth part   --
9.31
FOWLING :   <enach>   bird-hunting, fowling   --
9.55
FREE :   <sóer>   free man   --
6.212
FREQUENTS :   <taithigid>   frequents, practices   --
1.20
FRESH :   <cét>   first; fresh, new   --
9.133, 10.168
FRESH :   <lemnacht>   new/fresh milk   --
10.135
FRIEND :   <carae>   friend   --
2.329
FRIEND :   <coicéle, coicéile>   companion, friend; friendship   --
2.331
FRIENDSHIP :   <cardess, cairdes>   friendship, love, cohabitation   --
8.19
FRIENDSHIP :   <coicéle, coicéile>   companion, friend; friendship   --
2.331
FROM :   <diL, deL>   from, of   --
1.270, 3.121, 3.220, 3.221, 4.73, 4.94, 4.130, 4.194, 5.175, 5.299, 8.267, 9.32, 9.62, 9.129, 9.135, 10.122, 10.148, 10.188, 10.191, 10.194, 10.199
FROM :   <essH, asH, aH>   out of, from   --
2.27, 2.157, 3.176, 6.126, 6.139, 6.152, 6.165, 9.35
FRONT :   <anair>   from the front, before   --
2.224
FRONT :   <arL, airL>   before, for, in front of, east of   --
1.23, 2.49, 2.82, 2.371, 5.125, 6.297, 8.276, 9.51, 9.54
FRONT :   <cenn>   head, front; end   --
1.283, 2.83, 4.124, 4.193, 5.127
FRONT :   <comair>   in front of   --
2.263
FRONT :   <tair>   in front   --
6.51
FRONT :   <étan, édan>   front, brow, forehead   --
2.223
FULL :   <lán>   full, ample   --
10.117
FULL :   <lín>   full number; number   --
9.29
FURROW :   <clas, class>   ditch, furrow; pit   --
8.258
FURY :   <Luth Luamnach>   the Fury of the Pilotage   --
9.38
GARB :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
GARMENT :   <étach>   clothing, garment   --
2.65
GENTLE :   <moíth>   gentle, tender   --
7.201
GETS :   <do°icc, tic(c), tig>   approaches; gets; comes   --
5.97, 5.124, 10.158
GIVES :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
GLORY :   <>   beauty, lustre, glory; colour   --
7.50, 7.189
GO :   <cor>   putting; throwing; letting go   --
1.330, 4.40
GOD :   <dé, día>   god   --
4.58, 4.110, 10.29
GOES :   <do°tét, do°téit>   comes; goes   --
4.149, 5.131, 5.217
GOES :   <for°ruimi>   sets, places; goes   --
1.157
GOES :   <téit>   goes   --
2.156, 2.187, 2.217, 5.29, 5.197, 8.286, 10.106
GOLD :   <ór>   gold   --
6.164
GOLL :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
GOOD :   <>   good   --
6.270
GOOD :   <maith>   good   --
1.8, 5.268, 8.80, 8.130, 8.148, 10.5, 10.15
GRANDSON :   <Ó mac Úais>   the grandson of the son of the Noble one   --
9.112
GRANTS :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
GRASS :   <fér>   grass   --
1.39
GRAZES :   <gelid>   grazes, devours   --
1.33
GREASE :   <blonac>   fat, lard, grease   --
10.195
GREAT :   <mochtide>   great, mighty   --
6.88
GREAT :   <már, mór>   big, great   --
1.309, 2.261, 3.239, 4.48, 6.101
GREAT :   <mórthimchell>   great circuit   --
10.160
GREATNESS :   <méit>   greatness, magnitude, size   --
4.34
GREENISH :   <glass, glas>   greenish, blue, grey   --
4.65, 4.88
GREY :   <glass, glas>   greenish, blue, grey   --
4.65, 4.88
GROUND :   <talam>   earth, ground   --
1.43, 10.37
GUMOR :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
HABIT :   <bés>   custom, habit   --
1.84
HAPPENS :   <ad°cumaing>   strikes, cuts; happens, chances   --
3.57
HAPPINESS :   <fáilte>   joy, happiness   --
6.190
HAPPINESS :   <subae>   joy, pleasure, happiness   --
7.211
HAPPY :   <fóelid>   happy   --
2.293
HARMONIOUS :   <co(i)cetal>   harmonious music   --
7.167
HARNESSED :   <inneltae>   yoked, harnessed   --
2.86
HAVOC :   <Dollud>   distress, damage, havoc   --
3.68
HAZEL-TREE :   <coll>   hazel-tree   --
2.278
HE :   <(h)é, síL, (h)ed>   he, she, it   --
1.106, 1.116, 2.60, 2.372, 2.387, 3.42, 3.118, 3.162, 3.175, 3.190, 3.208, 4.90, 4.147, 5.30, 5.67, 5.109, 5.218, 5.313, 8.10, 8.83, 8.133, 8.194, 8.209, 8.229, 8.241, 8.256, 8.274, 8.289, 10.56
HE :   <aN>   he   --
6.25
HE :   <idL>   he   --
2.25
HE :   <idN, dN, -N>   he   --
6.73
HE :   <seom, som>   he, it   --
1.85, 3.39, 5.152, 5.167, 5.198, 5.221, 5.266, 5.313, 8.56
HE :   <tN>   he   --
6.7, 6.17
HEAD :   <cenn>   head, front; end   --
1.283, 2.83, 4.124, 4.193, 5.127
HEARS :   <at°chluin>   hears   --
10.13
HEARS :   <ro°cluinethar>   hears   --
2.10, 2.111, 2.173, 6.274, 8.43
HEART :   <cride>   heart   --
5.315, 5.331
HEDGE :   <airbe>   hedge, fence   --
1.180
HEIFER :   <dartaid>   heifer, bull calf   --
3.197
HEIFER :   <samaisc>   heifer   --
4.143
HER :   <aH>   her   --
1.119, 2.246, 2.257, 2.297, 2.312, 3.88, 3.201, 8.213, 8.291
HERB :   <luss, lus>   herb, plant, vegetable   --
1.41
HERE :   <sund>   here   --
9.6
HERO :   <ánrad>   hero, warrior, champion   --
3.236
HIDES :   <celid>   conceals, hides   --
5.311
HILL :   <Slíab Fúait>   Wooden Hill   --
1.164
HILL :   <Slíab Émóir>   Emoir Hill   --
9.36
HIMSELF :   <fodén>   self, himself; own   --
10.94
HINDER :   <aiss, ais>   back, hinder part   --
2.280
HIS :   <aL>   his, its   --
1.99, 1.102, 1.238, 1.321, 2.23, 2.27, 2.33, 2.61, 2.64, 2.67, 2.69, 2.82, 2.84, 2.222, 2.279, 3.8, 3.46, 5.208, 5.220, 6.126, 6.139, 6.152, 6.165, 6.291, 6.295, 8.86, 9.39, 9.135, 10.69, 10.92, 10.146, 10.159, 10.163, 10.172, 10.181, 10.186
HITHER :   <illei, ille>   hither; since; moreover   --
3.92
HOLDING :   <congbál>   occupation, holding   --
6.286
HOME :   <dom, dam>   house, home   --
1.162
HORSE :   <ech>   horse   --
2.202, 2.215, 3.31
HORSE :   <gabor>   (white) horse, mare   --
7.18
HOST :   <slóg, slúag>   troop, host, army   --
6.288, 6.292, 7.67
HOUND :   <>   Hound   --
2.359
HOUND :   <Cú Chulainn>   Hound of Culann   --
2.7, 2.100, 2.126, 2.148, 2.300, 2.348, 2.377, 3.6, 3.59, 3.108, 3.134, 3.226, 4.62, 4.114
HOUND :   <Mac Con Glinne>   Son of the Hound of the Valley   --
10.9, 10.52
HOUR :   <tráth>   period of time, (canonical) hour   --
7.157, 7.180
HOUSE :   <dom, dam>   house, home   --
1.162
HOUSE :   <teg, tech>   house, dwelling   --
1.333, 5.130, 10.115, 10.143
HOW :   <cinnas>   how   --
4.5
HUE :   <dath>   colour; hue, tint   --
7.191
HUNDRED :   <cétN>   hundred   --
4.167, 9.48
HUNTING :   <tafann>   hunting, pursuing, expelling   --
1.72
HURTFUL :   <doltach>   pernicious, hurtful   --
3.55
IF :   <acht>   if only, provided that   --
3.100
IF :   <cía>   although, even if   --
1.36, 3.116, 5.316, 8.273
IF :   <diaN>   when; if   --
5.123, 8.42, 8.251, 10.32
IF :   <mani>   if not   --
4.76, 4.133
IF :   <má, ma>   if   --
8.58
IMPERFECT :   <no>   (introduces imperfect)   --
1.32
IMRID :   <Dún Imrid>   Fort Imrid   --
2.9
INDEED :   <trá, tra>   then, well, so, indeed, moreover   --
8.131, 10.68
INDEED :   <ém, éim>   truly, indeed, then   --
2.311, 2.343, 3.174
INHABITANT :   <Connacht>   inhabitant of Connacht   --
5.35, 5.55
INHOSPITALITY :   <dochell>   niggardliness, inhospitality   --
6.221
INJURES :   <lottid>   injures, spoils, destroys   --
5.112
INTERCOURSE :   <gnás>   intercourse   --
5.270
INTERPRETATION :   <etercert>   interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision   --
2.313
INTERPRETING :   <breth>   passing judgement, interpreting   --
10.17
INTERPRETS :   <eter°certa>   interprets; decides, determines   --
2.356
INTERVAL :   <aret, airet>   length, interval, space (of time)   --
3.191
INTO :   <in, iN>   in, into   --
1.10, 1.42, 1.74, 1.97, 1.99, 1.131, 1.185, 1.238, 1.282, 1.294, 2.8, 2.33, 2.69, 2.84, 2.112, 2.145, 2.177, 2.234, 2.257, 2.262, 3.8, 3.21, 3.24, 3.27, 3.30, 3.33, 3.36, 3.46, 3.193, 3.201, 4.43, 4.123, 4.150, 4.152, 4.156, 4.171, 4.178, 4.180, 4.195, 5.33, 5.165, 5.202, 5.204, 5.208, 5.262, 7.7, 7.86, 7.142, 7.222, 8.177, 8.257, 9.14, 9.92, 10.57, 10.91, 10.118, 10.159
INTRODUCES :   <no>   (introduces imperfect)   --
1.32
INVOKES :   <for-t-gella>   affirms, calls to witness, invokes   --
10.50
IRELAND :   <Ériu>   Ireland   --
1.186, 9.93, 9.128
IRON :   <iarn>   iron   --
6.125
IS :   <-did>   is   --
2.371
IS :   <attá>   is   --
1.5, 1.177, 1.210, 1.255, 2.6, 2.170, 3.70, 3.119, 3.159, 3.161, 3.192, 3.200, 3.218, 3.240, 4.22, 4.70, 4.85, 4.127, 4.142, 4.158, 5.201, 5.261, 5.334, 7.5, 7.141, 8.40, 8.190, 10.119
IS :   <is>   is   --
1.36, 1.51, 1.83, 1.105, 1.115, 1.117, 1.200, 1.203, 1.293, 1.295, 2.59, 2.340, 2.386, 3.26, 3.29, 3.32, 3.35, 3.41, 3.67, 3.102, 3.116, 3.154, 3.189, 3.196, 3.207, 4.36, 4.46, 4.163, 5.92, 5.164, 5.250, 5.267, 5.312, 6.81, 6.105, 7.49, 7.165, 7.168, 7.209, 8.7, 8.15, 8.58, 8.79, 8.147, 8.162, 8.211, 8.273, 9.5, 9.62, 10.14, 10.78, 10.169, 10.190
ISLAND :   <inis>   island   --
7.6
IT :   <(h)é, síL, (h)ed>   he, she, it   --
1.106, 1.116, 2.60, 2.372, 2.387, 3.42, 3.118, 3.162, 3.175, 3.190, 3.208, 4.90, 4.147, 5.30, 5.67, 5.109, 5.218, 5.313, 8.10, 8.83, 8.133, 8.194, 8.209, 8.229, 8.241, 8.256, 8.274, 8.289, 10.56
IT :   <aL>   it   --
1.32
IT :   <seom, som>   he, it   --
1.85, 3.39, 5.152, 5.167, 5.198, 5.221, 5.266, 5.313, 8.56
ITH :   <Mag Ítha>   the Field of Ith   --
9.61, 9.98
ITH :   <Íth>   Ith   --
9.102
ITS :   <aL>   his, its   --
1.99, 1.102, 1.238, 1.321, 2.23, 2.27, 2.33, 2.61, 2.64, 2.67, 2.69, 2.82, 2.84, 2.222, 2.279, 3.8, 3.46, 5.208, 5.220, 6.126, 6.139, 6.152, 6.165, 6.291, 6.295, 8.86, 9.39, 9.135, 10.69, 10.92, 10.146, 10.159, 10.163, 10.172, 10.181, 10.186
JAVELIN :   <cleittíne>   javelin, dart   --
4.118
JOURNEY :   <cúairt>   circle; tour, journey   --
5.32, 5.114
JOURNEY :   <fecht>   course, journey; time, occasion   --
8.139, 10.108
JOY :   <fáilte>   joy, happiness   --
6.190
JOY :   <subae>   joy, pleasure, happiness   --
7.211
JUDGEMENT :   <breth>   passing judgement, interpreting   --
10.17
JUDGEMENT :   <etercert>   interpretation, discussion, judgement, decision   --
2.313
JUDGEMENT :   <gáu, gó>   falsehood, false judgement   --
6.254
JUDGMENT :   <bráth>   judgment   --
10.29
JUSTICE :   <fír>   truth; right; justice   --
4.184, 6.83, 6.234, 6.256, 6.264
KEEPS :   <con°oí>   keeps, preserves   --
6.5, 6.7
KICKS :   <for°nesa>   strikes, kicks, crushes   --
4.63
KILLING :   <marbad>   killing, slaying   --
8.207
KILLS :   <gonaid>   slays, kills, wounds   --
3.234
KILLS :   <marbaid>   kills   --
9.73
KIN :   <fine>   kin   --
6.113
KNOWLEDGE :   <suíthe>   wisdom, knowledge   --
6.90
KNOWN :   <gnáth>   usual, customary; known   --
7.169, 7.201, 7.210
KNOWS :   <ro°fitir>   knows   --
3.101, 5.332
LAEG :   <Fertae Loíg>   Laeg's tumulus   --
2.88
LAEG :   <Lóeg>   Laeg   --
2.81, 2.102, 2.115, 2.137
LAKE :   <linn>   pool, lake, sea   --
4.151
LAKE :   <loch>   lake, firth; pool   --
10.134
LAND :   <réidig>   leveling, smoothing; clearing (land)   --
9.106
LAND :   <tír>   earth, territory, land   --
1.184, 5.205, 7.119
LAND :   <íriu>   land, earth, soil   --
1.60
LARD :   <blonac>   fat, lard, grease   --
10.195
LAST :   <araír>   last night   --
10.104
LATHAIRN :   <Mag Latharna>   the Field of Lathairn   --
9.107
LEAP :   <bedg>   start, leap   --
3.7
LEAVES :   <fo°ácaib>   leaves   --
1.35
LEFT :   <clé>   left   --
4.100
LEFT-HAND :   <túaithbel>   left-hand side   --
6.55
LEG :   <coss, cos>   foot, leg   --
2.206, 4.42, 7.40, 7.97
LEINSTERMEN :   <Laigni>   Leinstermen, Leinsterwomen   --
9.100
LEINSTERWOMEN :   <Laigni>   Leinstermen, Leinsterwomen   --
9.100
LENGTH :   <aret, airet>   length, interval, space (of time)   --
3.191
LETRECH :   <Cell Letrech>   Cloister Letrech   --
5.203
LETTING :   <cor>   putting; throwing; letting go   --
1.330, 4.40
LEVEL :   <léibend, léibenn>   level surface   --
10.187
LEVEL :   <réid>   smooth, even, level   --
1.192
LEVELING :   <réidig>   leveling, smoothing; clearing (land)   --
9.106
LIADAIN :   <Líadain>   Liadain   --
5.6, 5.16, 5.82, 5.180, 5.247
LIFE :   <bethu>   life, existence   --
3.194, 6.153
LIFE :   <bith>   world; life; age, period   --
7.109, 7.121
LIGHT :   <sorche, sorchae>   light, brightness   --
6.179
LIKELY :   <doích>   likely   --
8.226
LIP :   <bél>   lip; mouth, face   --
10.89, 10.93
LOEGAIRE :   <Lóegaire, Lóeguire>   Loegaire   --
1.136
LONG :   <cían>   long time; period   --
5.176
LONG :   <síth>   long   --
5.181, 5.186
LOOKING :   <fégaid>   looking at, scanning, observing   --
10.162
LOOKS :   <de°éci, do°écai>   looks   --
6.48, 6.50, 6.63
LOUD :   <deilm>   loud, rumbling noise   --
5.327
LOVE :   <cardess, cairdes>   friendship, love, cohabitation   --
8.19
LOVE :   <serc>   love   --
5.315
LOVELY :   <álaind>   beautiful, lovely   --
1.201
LOVES :   <caraid>   loves   --
5.237, 5.248, 5.317
LUSTRE :   <>   beauty, lustre, glory; colour   --
7.50, 7.189
MACHA :   <Emain, Emuin>   Emain Macha   --
1.11, 1.24
MAEL :   <Mael Fothartaig>   Mael Fothartaig   --
8.17, 8.44, 8.122, 8.181
MAGNITUDE :   <méit>   greatness, magnitude, size   --
4.34
MAKES :   <do°gní>   does; makes   --
3.117, 5.64, 5.79, 5.106, 5.235, 5.302, 8.52, 8.96, 8.108, 8.135, 8.212, 8.263
MAN :   <dán>   craftsman, man of art   --
6.87
MAN :   <fer>   man   --
1.298, 2.260, 2.389, 3.34, 4.26, 4.162, 4.185, 8.151, 9.25, 9.134, 10.36
MAN :   <gillae>   servant, armed man   --
9.103
MAN :   <sóer>   free man   --
6.212
MANTLE :   <bratt>   cloak, mantle   --
2.237, 2.247
MANUAL :   <druine>   skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity   --
7.98
MANY :   <il>   many, numerous   --
7.133
MANY :   <im(m)da>   many, abundant   --
10.198
MARE :   <gabor>   (white) horse, mare   --
7.18
MASS :   <dlúm>   mass, density   --
6.142
MEETING :   <dál>   meeting, encounter   --
5.300
MEETS :   <con°ricc>   meets, encounters   --
8.92, 8.217, 8.269
MERCY :   <trócaire>   mercy   --
6.16
MESSAGE :   <aithesc>   message   --
8.89
MIDDLE :   <lár>   floor, surface; middle   --
2.36, 2.256, 10.137
MIGHTY :   <mochtide>   great, mighty   --
6.88
MILK :   <lemnacht>   new/fresh milk   --
10.135
MIRE :   <grellach>   bog, mire   --
3.72
MISFORTUNE :   <olc>   evil, wrong; misfortune   --
3.120, 3.131
MONASTIC :   <cell>   cloister, monastic settlement   --
5.155
MONTH :   <>   month   --
5.185, 5.187
MORE :   <dorísi, dorís>   again, once more   --
5.128
MOREOVER :   <illei, ille>   hither; since; moreover   --
3.92
MOREOVER :   <trá, tra>   then, well, so, indeed, moreover   --
8.131, 10.68
MORSEL :   <mír>   morsel, mouthful, portion   --
10.84
MOTHER :   <máthir, máthair>   mother   --
9.40
MOUNDS :   <Áth da (F)erta>   Ford of the Two Mounds   --
2.160
MOUTH :   <bél>   lip; mouth, face   --
10.89, 10.93
MOUTHFUL :   <mír>   morsel, mouthful, portion   --
10.84
MOVES :   <luith, luid>   moves; flies   --
1.280, 6.266
MUSIC :   <co(i)cetal>   harmonious music   --
7.167
MUSIC :   <céol>   music   --
5.278, 7.214
MUTUALLY :   <imbL, immL>   around, about; mutually   --
1.183, 2.239, 2.275, 4.41, 5.115, 7.16, 7.213, 9.33
MY :   <moL, mL>   my   --
4.117, 4.171, 4.178, 5.113, 5.126, 5.129, 5.264, 5.269, 5.297, 5.314, 5.330, 8.97, 8.136, 8.206, 10.28, 10.105
NAME :   <ainm>   name   --
3.89
NAME :   <comainm>   name, cognomen   --
9.63
NATURAL :   <toich>   natural, proper   --
6.127
NECESSARY :   <dír>   proper, fit, necessary   --
2.309, 2.341
NECESSITY :   <aidilcne>   necessity, need   --
6.296
NECESSITY :   <écen>   necessity, compulsion   --
3.143
NEED :   <aidilcne>   necessity, need   --
6.296
NEGLECT :   <foll, faill>   neglect   --
6.69
NEW :   <cét>   first; fresh, new   --
9.133, 10.168
NEW :   <lemnacht>   new/fresh milk   --
10.135
NIGGARDLINESS :   <dochell>   niggardliness, inhospitality   --
6.221
NIGHT :   <adaig>   night   --
1.272, 1.296, 5.142
NIGHT :   <araír>   last night   --
10.104
NINE :   <noí>   nine   --
1.69, 1.219, 1.242
NO :   <naicc>   no, not   --
3.19
NOBLE :   <Ó mac Úais>   the grandson of the son of the Noble one   --
9.112
NOISE :   <culgaire>   noise, rumble of a chariot   --
2.174
NOISE :   <deilm>   loud, rumbling noise   --
5.327
NON :   <an->   non-   --
6.232
NOR :   <ná, na>   not, nor   --
1.34, 1.38, 1.40, 1.179, 1.181, 2.330, 5.78, 5.111, 6.66, 6.70, 8.27
NORTH :   <antúaid>   from the north   --
2.89
NORTH-WEST :   <aníarthúaid>   from the north-west, in the north-west   --
2.134
NOT :   <mani>   if not   --
4.76, 4.133
NOT :   <nad>   not   --
2.386, 3.26, 3.29, 3.32, 3.35, 8.211
NOT :   <naicc>   no, not   --
3.19
NOT :   <ná, na>   not, nor   --
1.34, 1.38, 1.40, 1.179, 1.181, 2.330, 5.78, 5.111, 6.66, 6.70, 8.27
NOT :   <ní, ni>   not   --
1.176, 2.292, 2.308, 2.327, 3.104, 3.129, 5.105, 5.295, 5.310, 6.100, 6.298, 8.5, 8.134, 8.237, 8.268, 10.38
NOT :   <nícon, nicon>   not   --
4.69, 4.126, 5.333, 6.36
NOW :   <dano, dono>   again, now, then   --
1.96, 1.148, 1.311, 3.69, 4.87, 4.146, 5.46, 8.164, 8.227, 8.287
NOW :   <didiu, didu>   now, therefore, then   --
5.199, 10.80
NUMBER :   <lín>   full number; number   --
9.29
NUMEROUS :   <il>   many, numerous   --
7.133
OAF :   <borb>   oaf   --
6.199
OATH :   <tongaid>   swears, takes an oath   --
4.59, 4.108, 4.111
OBSERVES :   <*ar°éci>   observes   --
6.25
OBSERVING :   <fégaid>   looking at, scanning, observing   --
10.162
OBTAINS :   <saigid>   seeks, obtains   --
6.85
OBVIOUS :   <airdirc>   obvious; renowned   --
3.219
OCCASION :   <fecht>   course, journey; time, occasion   --
8.139, 10.108
OCCUPATION :   <congbál>   occupation, holding   --
6.286
OCEAN :   <bath>   sea, ocean   --
7.122
OCEAN :   <rían>   course, route; sea, ocean   --
7.19
ODDS :   <éccomlonn>   unequal combat, unfair odds   --
4.47
OF :   <diL, deL>   from, of   --
1.270, 3.121, 3.220, 3.221, 4.73, 4.94, 4.130, 4.194, 5.175, 5.299, 8.267, 9.32, 9.62, 9.129, 9.135, 10.122, 10.148, 10.188, 10.191, 10.194, 10.199
OF :   <essH, asH, aH>   out of, from   --
2.27, 2.157, 3.176, 6.126, 6.139, 6.152, 6.165, 9.35
OF :   <immach>   out of, out   --
2.46
OFF :   <in°snádi>   defers, puts off   --
6.294
OLD :   <sen>   old   --
6.27, 6.39
ONCE :   <dorísi, dorís>   again, once more   --
5.128
ONE :   <oenar>   one person, one alone   --
8.154
ONE :   <sude, suide>   this one, the aforementioned   --
2.48, 2.208, 5.45, 6.267, 6.293
ONE :   <Ó mac Úais>   the grandson of the son of the Noble one   --
9.112
ONE :   <óen->   one, single   --
2.202, 2.206
ONLY :   <acht>   except, only, save, but   --
1.190, 8.11, 8.90
ONLY :   <acht>   if only, provided that   --
3.100
OR :   <>   or   --
10.85, 10.110
ORDER :   <ar-aN>   so that, in order that, that   --
1.323, 1.328, 5.96, 5.110, 6.66
ORNAMENT :   <forníam>   ornament, decoration   --
6.166
OTHER :   <aile>   other   --
5.156
OUR :   <arN>   our   --
5.94
OUT :   <essH, asH, aH>   out of, from   --
2.27, 2.157, 3.176, 6.126, 6.139, 6.152, 6.165, 9.35
OUT :   <immach>   out of, out   --
2.46
OUTSIDE :   <díanechtair>   from outside   --
6.289
OUTSIDE :   <sechtair>   outside   --
6.301
OVER :   <for>   on, over   --
1.297, 1.310, 2.35, 3.44, 3.71, 4.186, 5.31, 5.219, 7.64, 7.130, 7.153, 8.290, 10.18, 10.34, 10.40, 10.107, 10.117, 10.136
OVER :   <tar>   across, over   --
1.163, 1.165, 1.167
OVERTHROWS :   <do°scara>   overthrows, ruins   --
1.267
OWN :   <fodén>   self, himself; own   --
10.94
OWN :   <féin, feissin>   -self, own   --
3.10, 8.55, 8.93
OX :   <>   cow, ox   --
2.284, 2.295, 2.315, 2.328, 2.344, 3.37, 3.172, 3.204, 4.168
PAIR :   <dias>   two people, pair, couple   --
10.109
PANG :   <daig>   flame, fire; pang   --
5.328
PARDON :   <do°guid>   entreats, asks pardon   --
4.77, 4.134
PART :   <aiss, ais>   back, hinder part   --
2.280
PART :   <cethraimthe>   quarter, fourth part   --
9.31
PARTHOLON :   <Partholón>   Partholon   --
9.57, 9.91, 9.104, 9.130, 9.142
PARTS :   <scaraid>   separates, parts   --
3.106, 5.178
PARTY :   <muinter>   family; party, followers; retinue, company   --
1.322, 9.136
PASSING :   <breth>   passing judgement, interpreting   --
10.17
PAST :   <sech>   past, beyond   --
4.116, 10.88
PATH :   <lorg>   trail, path, course   --
1.206, 1.239, 1.243
PEACE :   <córe, córae>   peace   --
6.245
PEOPLE :   <dias>   two people, pair, couple   --
10.109
PEOPLE :   <triar>   three people   --
10.111
PEOPLE :   <tóth, túath>   tribe, people   --
6.128
PERFORMS :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
PERIOD :   <aimser, amsir>   time, period, season   --
1.188
PERIOD :   <bith>   world; life; age, period   --
7.109, 7.121
PERIOD :   <cían>   long time; period   --
5.176
PERIOD :   <tráth>   period of time, (canonical) hour   --
7.157, 7.180
PERNICIOUS :   <doltach>   pernicious, hurtful   --
3.55
PERSON :   <dóer>   unfree person   --
6.210
PERSON :   <oenar>   one person, one alone   --
8.154
PILGRIMAGE :   <ailithre>   pilgrimage   --
5.209
PILOTAGE :   <Luth Luamnach>   the Fury of the Pilotage   --
9.38
PIT :   <clas, class>   ditch, furrow; pit   --
8.258
PLACE :   <fail>   place, spot   --
4.153
PLACES :   <for°ruimi>   sets, places; goes   --
1.157
PLAIN :   <fossad, fosad>   plain surface   --
2.221
PLAIN :   <mag>   plain, field   --
1.22, 1.191, 2.113, 7.63, 7.87, 7.200, 7.223, 9.88, 10.138
PLANT :   <luss, lus>   herb, plant, vegetable   --
1.41
PLEADING :   <tacre, tacrae>   pleading, declaration, dispute   --
6.129
PLEASURE :   <subae>   joy, pleasure, happiness   --
7.211
PLEASURE :   <áinius>   pleasure   --
5.232
PLIANT :   <timm>   soft, pliant; feeble   --
10.201
POET :   <éces, éices>   scholar, sage, poet   --
5.21, 5.44
POLE :   <fert>   shaft, pole   --
2.250
POLE :   <síthbe>   pole, shaft   --
2.210
POOL :   <linn>   pool, lake, sea   --
4.151
POOL :   <loch>   lake, firth; pool   --
10.134
PORTION :   <mír>   morsel, mouthful, portion   --
10.84
POURING :   <dortuth, dórtad>   pouring out; destruction   --
6.106
POURS :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
POURS :   <snigid>   pours down, flows, drops   --
7.131
POWDER :   <men, min>   powder, dust   --
8.264
PRACTICES :   <clechtaid>   practices   --
7.65
PRACTICES :   <taithigid>   frequents, practices   --
1.20
PRESENCE :   <fiadnaise>   presence   --
10.59
PRESERVES :   <con°oí>   keeps, preserves   --
6.5, 6.7
PRESSED :   <tanach>   pressed cheese   --
10.200
PROCEEDS :   <gaibid>   takes; proceeds; recites   --
4.92, 8.242, 9.11
PROMPT :   <fobaid>   quick, prompt, active   --
4.30
PROPER :   <dír>   proper, fit, necessary   --
2.309, 2.341
PROPER :   <toich>   natural, proper   --
6.127
PROSPEROUS :   <soithcedach>   prosperous, fortunate   --
6.300
PROTECTION :   <commairche>   protection, refuge   --
8.243
PROTECTION :   <foscath, foscad>   shade, protection   --
6.111
PROTECTS :   <aingid>   protects   --
8.275
PROTECTS :   <im(m)°dích>   defends, protects   --
6.64
PROTECTS :   <im(m)°dídnathar>   protects, releases, exempts   --
6.65
PROVIDED :   <acht>   if only, provided that   --
3.100
PROWESS :   <gaisced>   weapons, armour; prowess   --
4.33
PURSUING :   <tafann>   hunting, pursuing, expelling   --
1.72
PUTS :   <fo°ceird>   sets, puts; throws   --
2.26, 3.5, 4.39
PUTS :   <fo°cuirethar>   puts, throws   --
1.329
PUTS :   <in°snádi>   defers, puts off   --
6.294
PUTTING :   <cor>   putting; throwing; letting go   --
1.330, 4.40
QUALITY :   <boid, búaid>   victory; excellence, special quality; advantage   --
7.54
QUANTITY :   <anba>   vast quantity   --
2.357
QUARTER :   <cethraimthe>   quarter, fourth part   --
9.31
QUICK :   <fobaid>   quick, prompt, active   --
4.30
RACE :   <cenél>   race, tribe; descent   --
4.32
RAISES :   <con°ocaib>   truly raises, truly exalts   --
6.17, 6.275
RAISES :   <ocaib>   raises, exalts   --
6.15
RAMPART :   <caisel>   stone wall, rampart   --
1.182
REACHES :   <do°roich>   reaches   --
9.56
REACHES :   <ro°saig>   reaches   --
2.30
RECITES :   <gaibid>   takes; proceeds; recites   --
4.92, 8.242, 9.11
RED :   <derg>   red   --
2.203, 2.233, 2.238, 2.243, 4.145, 4.170
RED :   <flann>   blood red   --
5.286
REDDENS :   <im(m)°derga>   reddens   --
6.103
REFUGE :   <commairche>   protection, refuge   --
8.243
REFULGENT :   <do°aitni>   shines, is refulgent   --
7.17, 7.107, 7.188
REGION :   <brug, bruig>   region, district   --
1.285
RELATES :   <ad°fét>   tells, relates   --
5.252, 9.7
RELATION :   <comrac>   encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation   --
4.24, 4.160, 5.5
RELEASES :   <im(m)°dídnathar>   protects, releases, exempts   --
6.65
RELISH :   <brechtán>   butter, fat, relish   --
10.185
REMEDY :   <les>   remedy; advantage   --
8.54, 8.98, 8.137, 8.214
REMOTE :   <etercían>   far, distant, remote   --
7.8
REMOVES :   <gataid>   takes away, removes; steals   --
4.191
RENOWNED :   <airdirc>   obvious; renowned   --
3.219
RENOWNED :   <bladach>   famous, renowned; splendid   --
10.196
REPUTATION :   <cloth>   fame, reputation   --
6.223
REQUESTING :   <cuingid, cuindchid>   seeking, requesting   --
1.332
RETINUE :   <muinter>   family; party, followers; retinue, company   --
1.322, 9.136
RETURNS :   <in°soí>   turns, returns   --
6.290
RIGHT :   <dess>   right, south of   --
4.96, 7.88, 7.224
RIGHT :   <fír>   truth; right; justice   --
4.184, 6.83, 6.234, 6.256, 6.264
RIGHT-HAND :   <desel, deisel>   right-hand side   --
6.53
RIVERMOUTH :   <Inber Domnann>   Rivermouth Domnann   --
9.15
ROAMING :   <immáin>   driving; roaming, wandering about   --
2.282, 2.298
ROARING :   <géim>   roaring (of cattle)   --
2.13, 2.110
ROCK :   <lecc>   rock, stone   --
4.65
RONAN :   <Rónán>   Ronan   --
8.272
ROOT :   <mecon, mecan>   root   --
1.37
ROUTE :   <rían>   course, route; sea, ocean   --
7.19
RUINS :   <do°scara>   overthrows, ruins   --
1.267
RULE :   <flaith>   rule; domain; ruler   --
1.21, 6.108, 6.115, 6.232, 6.234, 6.264, 6.285
RULER :   <flaith>   rule; domain; ruler   --
1.21, 6.108, 6.115, 6.232, 6.234, 6.264, 6.285
RULER :   <flathem, flaithem>   ruler   --
6.84
RUMBLE :   <culgaire>   noise, rumble of a chariot   --
2.174
RUMBLING :   <deilm>   loud, rumbling noise   --
5.327
RUN :   <rith>   run, course   --
7.27
RUNS :   <fo°reith>   runs under   --
6.73
SAGE :   <éces, éices>   scholar, sage, poet   --
5.21, 5.44
SAID :   <dixit>   said   --
5.223
SAID :   <ol>   says, said   --
2.99, 2.114, 2.125, 2.136, 2.147, 2.299, 2.317, 2.347, 2.360, 2.376, 3.58, 3.76, 3.107, 3.118, 3.133, 3.144, 3.162, 3.175, 3.225, 4.9, 4.61, 4.90, 4.113, 4.147, 5.83, 5.108, 8.9, 8.31, 8.82, 8.132, 8.193, 8.209, 8.228, 8.240, 8.255, 8.288, 10.8, 10.30, 10.51
SAUSAGE :   <maróc>   sausage   --
10.165
SAVE :   <acht>   except, only, save, but   --
1.190, 8.11, 8.90
SAYING :   <ráidid>   saying, uttering, speaking   --
8.87
SAYS :   <as°beir>   says, speaks   --
1.319, 5.166, 6.98, 8.28, 8.68
SAYS :   <ol>   says, said   --
2.99, 2.114, 2.125, 2.136, 2.147, 2.299, 2.317, 2.347, 2.360, 2.376, 3.58, 3.76, 3.107, 3.118, 3.133, 3.144, 3.162, 3.175, 3.225, 4.9, 4.61, 4.90, 4.113, 4.147, 5.83, 5.108, 8.9, 8.31, 8.82, 8.132, 8.193, 8.209, 8.228, 8.240, 8.255, 8.288, 10.8, 10.30, 10.51
SCANNING :   <fégaid>   looking at, scanning, observing   --
10.162
SCHOLAR :   <éces, éices>   scholar, sage, poet   --
5.21, 5.44
SEA :   <bath>   sea, ocean   --
7.122
SEA :   <fairrge>   sea   --
5.285
SEA :   <linn>   pool, lake, sea   --
4.151
SEA :   <rían>   course, route; sea, ocean   --
7.19
SEARCH :   <íarar, íarair>   search   --
5.221
SEASON :   <aimser, amsir>   time, period, season   --
1.188
SEEING :   <aicsiu>   seeing   --
1.56
SEEKING :   <cuingid, cuindchid>   seeking, requesting   --
1.332
SEEKS :   <saigid>   seeks, obtains   --
6.85
SEES :   <ad°cí, at°chí>   sees   --
2.79, 2.190, 3.39, 6.277, 10.103, 10.113, 10.132, 10.141
SELF :   <fodén>   self, himself; own   --
10.94
SELF :   <féin, feissin>   -self, own   --
3.10, 8.55, 8.93
SEPARATES :   <scaraid>   separates, parts   --
3.106, 5.178
SERVANT :   <gillae>   servant, armed man   --
9.103
SETS :   <for°ruimi>   sets, places; goes   --
1.157
SETS :   <fo°ceird>   sets, puts; throws   --
2.26, 3.5, 4.39
SETS :   <fóbair>   begins, sets about   --
10.67
SETTLEMENT :   <cell>   cloister, monastic settlement   --
5.155
SEVEN :   <sechtN>   seven   --
9.8, 9.64, 9.124
SEXUAL :   <comrac>   encounter; combat; collision; sexual relation   --
4.24, 4.160, 5.5
SEXUAL :   <oentu>   unity, alliance, sexual union   --
5.80
SHADE :   <foscath, foscad>   shade, protection   --
6.111
SHAFT :   <fert>   shaft, pole   --
2.250
SHAFT :   <lorg>   stick, shaft   --
2.277
SHAFT :   <síthbe>   pole, shaft   --
2.210
SHE :   <(h)é, síL, (h)ed>   he, she, it   --
1.106, 1.116, 2.60, 2.372, 2.387, 3.42, 3.118, 3.162, 3.175, 3.190, 3.208, 4.90, 4.147, 5.30, 5.67, 5.109, 5.218, 5.313, 8.10, 8.83, 8.133, 8.194, 8.209, 8.229, 8.241, 8.256, 8.274, 8.289, 10.56
SHE :   <daH>   she   --
3.179
SHE :   <deH, den>   she   --
6.273, 6.275, 6.276
SHE :   <sN, s>   she   --
7.41, 7.153
SHE :   <si>   she   --
8.71
SHEDS :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
SHIELD :   <scíath>   shield, wing   --
10.197
SHINES :   <do°aitni>   shines, is refulgent   --
7.17, 7.107, 7.188
SHINY :   <bán>   white, shiny   --
6.155
SHORT :   <gair>   short; a short time   --
5.260
SHOWS :   <do°adbat>   shows   --
10.11
SHRED :   <bréit>   strip; cloth; shred   --
4.93
SHROUD :   <forbbaid>   covering; shroud   --
2.274
SIDE :   <desel, deisel>   right-hand side   --
6.53
SIDE :   <leth>   side, direction   --
1.241, 2.124
SIDE :   <toíb>   side   --
7.30
SIDE :   <tóeb>   side   --
2.178
SIDE :   <túaithbel>   left-hand side   --
6.55
SILVER :   <Arcatnél>   Silver Cloud   --
7.225
SILVER :   <Findarcat>   White Silver   --
7.89
SILVER :   <arcat, argat>   silver   --
1.224, 1.258, 6.151
SINCE :   <illei, ille>   hither; since; moreover   --
3.92
SINCE :   <ó>   since   --
5.177
SINCE :   <úair, uair>   since   --
8.210
SINGING :   <amar>   singing, song   --
1.209
SINGLE :   <óen->   one, single   --
2.202, 2.206
SINGS :   <fo°cain>   accompanies with song, sings to, chants   --
5.280
SITTING :   <sude, suide>   sitting   --
1.98, 2.34
SIZE :   <méit>   greatness, magnitude, size   --
4.34
SKIFF :   <curach>   coracle, skiff, boat   --
7.76
SKILL :   <cless>   feat, skill   --
4.29, 4.164
SKILL :   <druine>   skill in craftmanship, manual dexterity   --
7.98
SLAYING :   <marbad>   killing, slaying   --
8.207
SLAYS :   <benaid>   beats, strikes, slays, wounds   --
4.115
SLAYS :   <gonaid>   slays, kills, wounds   --
3.234
SLAYS :   <sligid>   strikes, slays; clears   --
2.255, 9.89
SLEEP :   <cotlud>   sleeping, sleep   --
2.24
SLEEPING :   <cotlud>   sleeping, sleep   --
2.24
SLEEPS :   <con°tuili>   sleeps   --
6.37
SLEEPS :   <foad, foid, foaid>   sleeps together   --
5.140, 8.116
SMILES :   <fris°tibi>   smiles on   --
6.271
SMOOTH :   <réid>   smooth, even, level   --
1.192
SMOOTHING :   <réidig>   leveling, smoothing; clearing (land)   --
9.106
SNOW :   <snechtae, snechta>   snow   --
1.308
SO :   <amae, amin, amne>   thus, in that way, so, then   --
2.135
SO :   <ar-aN>   so that, in order that, that   --
1.323, 1.328, 5.96, 5.110, 6.66
SO :   <con, coN>   until; so that; and   --
1.34, 2.21, 2.25, 2.29, 2.58, 2.78, 2.189, 2.216, 2.254, 3.179, 3.195, 4.45, 4.119, 5.200, 8.91, 8.216, 8.262, 9.56, 9.58, 9.72, 9.77, 10.53, 10.112, 10.131, 10.140
SO :   <samlaid, amlaid>   thus, so, in this way   --
1.252, 3.105, 10.79
SO :   <trá, tra>   then, well, so, indeed, moreover   --
8.131, 10.68
SOFT :   <boca>   soft   --
10.184
SOFT :   <timm>   soft, pliant; feeble   --
10.201
SOIL :   <íriu>   land, earth, soil   --
1.60
SOLUTION :   <ícc>   cure; solution   --
4.71, 4.128
SOMETHING :   <>   something, anything   --
2.11, 2.80, 2.191, 3.20, 3.22
SON :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
SON :   <Cuirithir mac Doborchon>   Cuirithir son of Doborchu   --
5.43
SON :   <Dáire mac Fiachnai>   Daire son of Fiachnae   --
3.187
SON :   <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú>   Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru   --
9.138
SON :   <Mac Con Glinne>   Son of the Hound of the Valley   --
10.9, 10.52
SON :   <macc, mac>   son   --
5.95
SON :   <Ó mac Úais>   the grandson of the son of the Noble one   --
9.112
SONG :   <amar>   singing, song   --
1.209
SONG :   <fo°cain>   accompanies with song, sings to, chants   --
5.280
SORROW :   <brón>   sorrow   --
6.188
SOUND :   <fogur>   sound   --
5.284
SOUTH :   <dess>   right, south of   --
4.96, 7.88, 7.224
SPACE :   <aret, airet>   length, interval, space (of time)   --
3.191
SPEAKING :   <ráidid>   saying, uttering, speaking   --
8.87
SPEAKS :   <ad°gládathar>   addresses, speaks to   --
2.375, 2.390
SPEAKS :   <as°beir>   says, speaks   --
1.319, 5.166, 6.98, 8.28, 8.68
SPECIAL :   <boid, búaid>   victory; excellence, special quality; advantage   --
7.54
SPLENDID :   <bladach>   famous, renowned; splendid   --
10.196
SPLENDID :   <án>   splendid, brilliant; splendour   --
5.93
SPLENDOUR :   <án>   splendid, brilliant; splendour   --
5.93
SPLINTER :   <scolb>   splinter, wattle   --
10.173
SPOILS :   <lottid>   injures, spoils, destroys   --
5.112
SPOT :   <fail>   place, spot   --
4.153
SRU :   <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú>   Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru   --
9.138
START :   <bedg>   start, leap   --
3.7
STEALS :   <gataid>   takes away, removes; steals   --
4.191
STICK :   <lorg>   stick, shaft   --
2.277
STIRS :   <con°saídi>   stirs up, excites   --
3.209
STONE :   <caisel>   stone wall, rampart   --
1.182
STONE :   <lecc>   rock, stone   --
4.65
STRENGTH :   <bríg>   strength, value   --
6.154
STRENGTH :   <dene, deine>   strength   --
6.141
STREWING :   <sreth>   strewing; arrangement   --
7.52, 7.212
STRIKES :   <ad°cumaing>   strikes, cuts; happens, chances   --
3.57
STRIKES :   <benaid>   beats, strikes, slays, wounds   --
4.115
STRIKES :   <for°nesa>   strikes, kicks, crushes   --
4.63
STRIKES :   <sligid>   strikes, slays; clears   --
2.255, 9.89
STRIP :   <bréit>   strip; cloth; shred   --
4.93
STRONG :   <trén>   strong   --
4.27
SUMMIT :   <mind>   crown, diadem, summit   --
6.89
SUPPLIES :   <feraid>   grants, affords, supplies, gives; performs; pours, sheds   --
1.307, 9.59
SUPPORTS :   <fo°loing>   supports, sustains   --
7.41
SURFACE :   <fossad, fosad>   plain surface   --
2.221
SURFACE :   <lár>   floor, surface; middle   --
2.36, 2.256, 10.137
SURFACE :   <léibend, léibenn>   level surface   --
10.187
SURVIVING :   <tigbae>   surviving   --
3.241
SUSTAINS :   <fo°loing>   supports, sustains   --
7.41
SWEARS :   <for°toing>   swears, attests   --
4.56
SWEARS :   <tongaid>   swears, takes an oath   --
4.59, 4.108, 4.111
SWIFT :   <éscaid>   alert, eager; swift   --
4.31
SWIMS :   <do°sná>   swims   --
7.31
TAIN :   <Táin>   Tain, cattle-raid   --
3.222, 3.243
TAKES :   <gaibid>   takes; proceeds; recites   --
4.92, 8.242, 9.11
TAKES :   <gataid>   takes away, removes; steals   --
4.191
TAKES :   <tongaid>   swears, takes an oath   --
4.59, 4.108, 4.111
TAKING :   <gabál, gabáil>   taking, conquest   --
9.8, 9.10, 9.64, 9.127
TELLS :   <ad°fét>   tells, relates   --
5.252, 9.7
TELLS :   <indis(s)id>   tells   --
10.55, 10.81
TENDER :   <moíth>   gentle, tender   --
7.201
TERRITORY :   <crích>   boundary, territory   --
5.34
TERRITORY :   <tír>   earth, territory, land   --
1.184, 5.205, 7.119
THAT :   <(s)aN>   that which, what   --
9.62
THAT :   <-aN, -saN>   that which, what   --
2.371
THAT :   <acht>   if only, provided that   --
3.100
THAT :   <amae, amin, amne>   thus, in that way, so, then   --
2.135
THAT :   <anL>   what, that what   --
5.236
THAT :   <anní>   this, that   --
4.7
THAT :   <ar-aN>   so that, in order that, that   --
1.323, 1.328, 5.96, 5.110, 6.66
THAT :   <con, coN>   until; so that; and   --
1.34, 2.21, 2.25, 2.29, 2.58, 2.78, 2.189, 2.216, 2.254, 3.179, 3.195, 4.45, 4.119, 5.200, 8.91, 8.216, 8.262, 9.56, 9.58, 9.72, 9.77, 10.53, 10.112, 10.131, 10.140
THAT :   <ed-ón>   that is   --
1.133, 3.185, 5.20, 8.120, 9.9, 9.23, 9.94, 9.101, 9.137
THAT :   <sin>   this, that, those, the aforementioned   --
1.189, 2.45, 3.91, 3.224, 4.8, 4.189, 4.197, 5.143, 8.277, 10.171
THAT :   <ón>   this, that   --
5.65, 5.107
THATCH :   <tuga>   thatch   --
10.147
THE :   <in, aN, indL>   the   --
1.158, 1.187, 1.205, 1.208, 1.284, 2.12, 2.31, 2.112, 2.168, 2.175, 2.192, 2.211, 2.214, 2.234, 2.251, 2.264, 2.283, 2.294, 2.314, 2.318, 2.361, 2.373, 2.388, 3.44, 3.71, 3.77, 3.145, 3.171, 3.181, 3.198, 3.203, 3.221, 3.242, 4.10, 4.20, 4.43, 4.66, 4.150, 4.154, 4.175, 4.180, 4.187, 4.195, 5.141, 5.206, 5.233, 7.62, 7.66, 7.86, 7.132, 7.199, 7.222, 8.18, 8.69, 8.88, 8.117, 8.138, 8.150, 8.174, 9.132, 10.114, 10.120, 10.133, 10.142
THEIR :   <aN>   their   --
1.55, 1.59, 1.71, 1.131, 1.161, 1.325, 2.145, 3.235, 3.238, 10.167
THEN :   <amae, amin, amne>   thus, in that way, so, then   --
2.135
THEN :   <dano, dono>   again, now, then   --
1.96, 1.148, 1.311, 3.69, 4.87, 4.146, 5.46, 8.164, 8.227, 8.287
THEN :   <didiu, didu>   now, therefore, then   --
5.199, 10.80
THEN :   <trá, tra>   then, well, so, indeed, moreover   --
8.131, 10.68
THEN :   <ém, éim>   truly, indeed, then   --
2.311, 2.343, 3.174
THERE :   <ann>   there   --
2.171, 9.75
THEREFORE :   <didiu, didu>   now, therefore, then   --
5.199, 10.80
THESE :   <se>   this, these   --
3.73, 3.173
THESE :   <so>   this, these   --
2.316, 3.205
THESE :   <í>   this, these, those   --
3.223
THEY :   <iat>   they   --
10.170
THEY :   <sN, s>   they   --
9.56
THINKS :   <do°moinethar>   thinks   --
5.294
THIS :   <anní>   this, that   --
4.7
THIS :   <samlaid, amlaid>   thus, so, in this way   --
1.252, 3.105, 10.79
THIS :   <se>   this, these   --
3.73, 3.173
THIS :   <sin>   this, that, those, the aforementioned   --
1.189, 2.45, 3.91, 3.224, 4.8, 4.189, 4.197, 5.143, 8.277, 10.171
THIS :   <so>   this, these   --
2.316, 3.205
THIS :   <sude, suide>   this one, the aforementioned   --
2.48, 2.208, 5.45, 6.267, 6.293
THIS :   <tL>   this   --
8.68
THIS :   <í>   this, these, those   --
3.223
THIS :   <ón>   this, that   --
5.65, 5.107
THOSE :   <sin>   this, that, those, the aforementioned   --
1.189, 2.45, 3.91, 3.224, 4.8, 4.189, 4.197, 5.143, 8.277, 10.171
THOSE :   <í>   this, these, those   --
3.223
THREAT :   <bág>   threat   --
8.205
THREE :   <triar>   three people   --
10.111
THREE :   <trí, tri, teoir>   three   --
1.268, 8.261, 9.27, 10.87
THROUGH :   <sethnu, sethno>   through, across   --
2.213
THROUGH :   <triL, treL>   through   --
2.23, 2.219, 6.82, 7.108, 7.120, 7.166, 7.199
THROWING :   <cor>   putting; throwing; letting go   --
1.330, 4.40
THROWS :   <fo°ceird>   sets, puts; throws   --
2.26, 3.5, 4.39
THROWS :   <fo°cuirethar>   puts, throws   --
1.329
THUS :   <amae, amin, amne>   thus, in that way, so, then   --
2.135
THUS :   <samlaid, amlaid>   thus, so, in this way   --
1.252, 3.105, 10.79
TILL :   <conicci>   as far as, up to, to, till   --
4.97
TIME :   <aimser, amsir>   time, period, season   --
1.188
TIME :   <aret, airet>   length, interval, space (of time)   --
3.191
TIME :   <attan, attain>   another time   --
4.157
TIME :   <cían>   long time; period   --
5.176
TIME :   <fecht>   course, journey; time, occasion   --
8.139, 10.108
TIME :   <gair>   short; a short time   --
5.260
TIME :   <tan, tain>   time   --
2.169, 4.21, 10.157
TIME :   <tráth>   period of time, (canonical) hour   --
7.157, 7.180
TINT :   <dath>   colour; hue, tint   --
7.191
TO :   <duL, doL>   to   --
1.71, 1.119, 1.161, 1.222, 1.244, 1.331, 1.334, 2.47, 2.310, 2.332, 2.342, 3.132, 3.157, 4.57, 4.89, 4.109, 4.165, 5.18, 5.54, 5.56, 5.67, 5.129, 5.154, 6.114, 6.178, 6.189, 6.200, 6.211, 6.222, 6.233, 6.244, 6.255, 7.156, 8.6, 8.12, 8.60, 8.239, 9.50, 9.105, 9.141, 10.27, 10.161
TOGETHER :   <con°gair>   calls together   --
7.177
TOGETHER :   <foad, foid, foaid>   sleeps together   --
5.140, 8.116
TORMENTS :   <cráidid>   torments, vexes, afflicts   --
5.238, 5.296
TORTAN :   <Fea mac Tortán meic Srú meic Esrú>   Fea son of Tortan of the son of Sru of the son of Esru   --
9.138
TOUR :   <cúairt>   circle; tour, journey   --
5.32, 5.114
TOWARDS :   <frithL, friH>   against, towards   --
1.321, 2.101, 2.220, 2.279, 4.25, 4.35, 4.64, 4.161, 5.179, 5.184, 5.188, 5.266, 5.297, 6.99, 6.268, 7.29, 7.77, 8.56, 8.71, 8.94, 8.100, 8.180, 8.208, 8.215, 8.218, 8.270
TRAIL :   <lorg>   trail, path, course   --
1.206, 1.239, 1.243
TREE :   <bile>   (ancient and venerated) tree   --
7.143
TREE :   <cróeb, cráeb>   branch; tree, bush   --
3.45
TRIBE :   <cenél>   race, tribe; descent   --
4.32
TRIBE :   <tóth, túath>   tribe, people   --
6.128
TROOP :   <slóg, slúag>   troop, host, army   --
6.288, 6.292, 7.67
TRUE :   <fír>   true   --
5.251
TRULY :   <con°ocaib>   truly raises, truly exalts   --
6.17, 6.275
TRULY :   <ém, éim>   truly, indeed, then   --
2.311, 2.343, 3.174
TRUTH :   <fír>   truth; right; justice   --
4.184, 6.83, 6.234, 6.256, 6.264
TRUTH :   <fírinne>   truth   --
6.6, 6.272
TUATACH :   <Ciccul, Cic(h)ul mac Guil meic Gairb meic Túathaigh meic Gúmóir>   Cichol son of Goll of the son of Garb of the son of Tuatach of the son of Gumor   --
9.34
TUMULUS :   <Fertae Loíg>   Laeg's tumulus   --
2.88
TUNIC :   <fúan>   tunic   --
2.273
TURNS :   <in°soí>   turns, returns   --
6.290
TURNS :   <soith>   turns   --
6.299
TWENTY :   <fiche>   twenty   --
1.220, 1.237
TWO :   <dias>   two people, pair, couple   --
10.109
TWO :   <L, díL, dáN>   two   --
1.227, 1.253, 2.241, 2.249, 9.48, 10.83, 10.182
TWO :   <Áth da (F)erta>   Ford of the Two Mounds   --
2.160
ULIDIANS :   <Ulaid>   Ulidians, Ulstermen   --
1.9, 1.54, 1.129, 1.299, 2.345, 4.60, 4.112
ULSTERMEN :   <Ulaid>   Ulidians, Ulstermen   --
1.9, 1.54, 1.129, 1.299, 2.345, 4.60, 4.112
UNDER :   <foL>   under   --
1.240, 2.188, 2.204, 2.207, 7.99, 8.260
UNDER :   <fo°reith>   runs under   --
6.73
UNDERTAKES :   <in°lá>   undertakes, arranges, adjusts   --
1.68
UNEQUAL :   <éccomlonn>   unequal combat, unfair odds   --
4.47
UNFAIR :   <éccomlonn>   unequal combat, unfair odds   --
4.47
UNFREE :   <dóer>   unfree person   --
6.210
UNION :   <oentu>   unity, alliance, sexual union   --
5.80
UNITY :   <oentu>   unity, alliance, sexual union   --
5.80
UNTIL :   <coH>   to, until   --
1.271, 2.159, 3.74, 4.74, 4.131
UNTIL :   <con, coN>   until; so that; and   --
1.34, 2.21, 2.25, 2.29, 2.58, 2.78, 2.189, 2.216, 2.254, 3.179, 3.195, 4.45, 4.119, 5.200, 8.91, 8.216, 8.262, 9.56, 9.58, 9.72, 9.77, 10.53, 10.112, 10.131, 10.140
UNYOKES :   <scuirid>   unyokes   --
1.324
UP :   <conicci>   as far as, up to, to, till   --
4.97
UP :   <con°saídi>   stirs up, excites   --
3.209
UP :   <do°fíuch(t)ra>   wakes up   --
2.22
USUAL :   <gnáth>   usual, customary; known   --
7.169, 7.201, 7.210
UTTERING :   <ráidid>   saying, uttering, speaking   --
8.87
VAIN :   <folam>   empty, vain   --
6.109
VALLEY :   <Mac Con Glinne>   Son of the Hound of the Valley   --
10.9, 10.52
VALUE :   <bríg>   strength, value   --
6.154
VASSAL :   <déis>   vassal   --
5.207
VAST :   <anba>   vast quantity   --
2.357
VEGETABLE :   <luss, lus>   herb, plant, vegetable   --
1.41
VENERATED :   <bile>   (ancient and venerated) tree   --
7.143
VERY :   <adamrae>   very wonderful   --
6.168
VEXATION :   <tochomracht>   distress, weariness, vexation   --
1.52
VEXES :   <cráidid>   torments, vexes, afflicts   --
5.238, 5.296
VICTORY :   <boid, búaid>   victory; excellence, special quality; advantage   --
7.54
VIOLATES :   <con°boing>   breaks; defeats; violates   --
4.183
VIOLENCE :   <forrán>   violence   --
6.71
VISION :   <aislinge>   vision, dream   --
10.10, 10.19, 10.35, 10.42, 10.70, 10.102
WAGON :   <carpat>   war-chariot, wagon   --
1.70, 1.100, 1.132, 1.326, 2.85, 2.176, 2.193, 2.212, 2.235, 2.252, 2.265, 3.9, 3.28, 6.27, 7.78
WAKES :   <do°fíuch(t)ra>   wakes up   --
2.22
WALL :   <caisel>   stone wall, rampart   --
1.182
WANDERING :   <immáin>   driving; roaming, wandering about   --
2.282, 2.298
WAR-CHARIOT :   <carpat>   war-chariot, wagon   --
1.70, 1.100, 1.132, 1.326, 2.85, 2.176, 2.193, 2.212, 2.235, 2.252, 2.265, 3.9, 3.28, 6.27, 7.78
WARRIOR :   <eirr, err>   chariot-fighter, champion, warrior   --
1.128
WARRIOR :   <ánrad>   hero, warrior, champion   --
3.236
WATTLE :   <scolb>   splinter, wattle   --
10.173
WAY :   <amae, amin, amne>   thus, in that way, so, then   --
2.135
WAY :   <samlaid, amlaid>   thus, so, in this way   --
1.252, 3.105, 10.79
WE :   <ni>   we   --
5.79, 5.106
WEAPON :   <arm, armm>   armour, weapon   --
2.68
WEAPONS :   <gaisced>   weapons, armour; prowess   --
4.33
WEARINESS :   <tochomracht>   distress, weariness, vexation   --
1.52
WEDGE :   <genn, geinn>   wedge, block   --
2.218
WEEPING :   <caí>   weeping   --
8.179
WELL :   <trá, tra>   then, well, so, indeed, moreover   --
8.131, 10.68
WHAT :   <(s)aN>   that which, what   --
9.62
WHAT :   <-aN, -saN>   that which, what   --
2.371
WHAT :   <anL>   what, that what   --
5.236
WHAT :   <cidL, cedL>   what; why   --
2.97, 2.123, 2.370, 2.385, 5.77, 8.189
WHEEL-RIM :   <fonnat>   wheel-rim   --
6.39, 6.72
WHEN :   <aN>   as, when   --
2.5
WHEN :   <diaN>   when; if   --
5.123, 8.42, 8.251, 10.32
WHEN :   <in, iN>   when   --
6.273, 6.276
WHICH :   <(s)aN>   that which, what   --
9.62
WHICH :   <-aN, -saN>   that which, what   --
2.371
WHICH :   <-e>   who, which   --
7.16
WHITE :   <Findarcat>   White Silver   --
7.89
WHITE :   <bán>   white, shiny   --
6.155
WHITE :   <find, finn>   white, bright   --
2.278, 4.144, 4.169, 7.28, 7.98, 10.116, 10.139
WHITE :   <gabor>   (white) horse, mare   --
7.18
WHITE :   <gel>   fair, white, bright   --
7.30
WHO :   <-e>   who, which   --
7.16
WHOLE :   <uile>   all, whole   --
2.346, 4.177, 7.178, 8.278
WHY :   <cidL, cedL>   what; why   --
2.97, 2.123, 2.370, 2.385, 5.77, 8.189
WIFE :   <ben>   woman, wife   --
2.62, 2.232, 2.319, 2.362, 2.374, 3.25, 3.56, 3.78, 3.146, 4.11, 5.17, 5.21, 8.30, 8.70, 8.118, 8.175, 8.192, 8.254, 8.271, 9.28
WING :   <scíath>   shield, wing   --
10.197
WISDOM :   <suíthe>   wisdom, knowledge   --
6.90
WISE :   <ecne, ecnae>   wise   --
6.201
WITH :   <comL, coN>   with   --
4.27, 4.28, 4.29, 4.30, 4.31, 4.32, 4.33, 4.34, 4.117, 4.164, 6.68, 6.287, 7.144
WITHOUT :   <cenL>   without   --
5.231, 5.319, 5.335, 10.53
WITNESS :   <for-t-gella>   affirms, calls to witness, invokes   --
10.50
WOLF-BITCH :   <sod, sad>   bitch, wolf-bitch   --
4.86
WOMAN :   <ben>   woman, wife   --
2.62, 2.232, 2.319, 2.362, 2.374, 3.25, 3.56, 3.78, 3.146, 4.11, 5.17, 5.21, 8.30, 8.70, 8.118, 8.175, 8.192, 8.254, 8.271, 9.28
WOMB :   <brú>   belly, womb   --
3.202
WONDERFUL :   <adamrae>   very wonderful   --
6.168
WOOD :   <caill>   wood, forest   --
5.279
WOODEN :   <Slíab Fúait>   Wooden Hill   --
1.164
WORK :   <gním>   action, work   --
10.144
WORLD :   <bith>   world; life; age, period   --
7.109, 7.121
WOUNDS :   <benaid>   beats, strikes, slays, wounds   --
4.115
WOUNDS :   <gonaid>   slays, kills, wounds   --
3.234
WRONG :   <olc>   evil, wrong; misfortune   --
3.120, 3.131
YARD :   <les>   yard   --
2.50
YEAR :   <blíadain>   year   --
5.189, 9.49, 9.125
YIELDS :   <do°léici>   yields   --
6.176, 6.187, 6.198, 6.209, 6.220, 6.231, 6.242, 6.253
YOKE :   <cuing>   yoke, chain   --
1.257
YOKED :   <inneltae>   yoked, harnessed   --
2.86
YONDER :   <ucut>   yonder   --
8.152
YOU :   <datL>   you   --
8.42
YOU :   <siu, so, su>   you   --
2.356, 3.158, 3.192, 4.6, 4.22, 4.63, 4.77, 4.89, 4.115, 4.134, 4.158, 4.186, 8.54, 8.85, 8.135, 8.163, 8.215, 10.15, 10.54
YOU :   <totL, tatL, tL>   you   --
2.98, 3.57, 4.63, 4.69, 4.94, 4.115, 4.126
YOU :   <>   you   --
3.103
YOUNG :   <oac, óc>   young   --
8.70, 8.118
YOUR :   <doL, tL>   your   --
4.41, 4.98, 4.121, 4.123, 4.192, 8.53, 8.153, 10.41, 10.58