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LEABHAR 

A Theagafc Ainminnin: 

N O, 

A Nuadhfhocioir Gaoidheilg &c Beurla, 

A R, 

}ontadh 6 -Laidinn 8c 6 n Bheurla, , ar Ion, 
Maich Coitcheann na n Gaoidheal Alban- 
nach; Achd go Spefialta, no ScoUchinT 
deirce Gaidheal^h fin, a chuitadh ar a 
ccois teis a Chomunn Dhaoinnaifio ga 
ngoirar, An Comunn an Albuinn go Cra- 
obhigaoladh an Eolis Ghrioidughe. 

faille re Fathign'obhadh, no, Leaiuchadh 
do Thearmruinnin Diadhachd, &c. 

te Alist^iR MacD&mhnuill. 




po chuireadh fo a ngcio a nDun-Edin. le Rai- 
SEARD Fleming, a mBliadhna ar dTighearna, 
M.PCC,XLI. ' 



■'A 

GaUck and En^Jh VocABDLARt, 

WITH 

An APPENDIX of the Tefms of 
Divinity in the faid Language. 

WRITTEN 

For theUfeof tho Ch.arit v-Schools, 
founded and endued in the Highlands of 
Scotland. 

B r 

The Honourable, the 'Society for propagating 
Christian Knowiedge. 

By Mr. Alekander M'Donald Schoolntaftet at jitir 
namurchan in Ar^yiefhire, 




EDINBURGH! 
]>rintcd by Robert Plehing, and fold by Mrit, Srovnt 
in tfajs Farliament-Clols, Mdccxi.1. 



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To the Most Honourable, 

WILLIAM 

Marquis of LOTHIAN, 

PRESIDENT, 

A N B 

Remaiieilt, Moft Noble^ Right Ho-» 
nourable. Reverend and Charitable 
Members of the Society in Scot- 
land^ for propagating Ghriftian 
Knowledge. 

AMONG Sf the nutny wife PurpofeSj for which 
^^t£ particular Societies have been inftitute^ none can 
be of a higher VtduCj than the great and the gooi 
'Knd propofed by the Rofd Letters patent ^ confUtuting yon 
inso a Body FoUticki for propagating Cbrijiian Knowledge ; 
and it deJervesEncouragement^ you not only contributing of 
jaur own SubftancCj hit dfo giving fi much of your 
^me^ in attendit^ the Service of the Society gratk, is 
bighiy Pndfe-worthy^^you will not want your Reward. 
Ii feems to have been referved for youj to be the 
happy Inftrummts of bringing about the Reformation of 
she Highlands and IJlands ^/Scotland, diverfe Places 
of which were remote from the Means of obtaining In^ 
ftruHion \ and indeed^ when we confider the Situation of 
\ the Inhabitants^ their Ignorance^ their Inclinations to 
foBow the CufiomSj Pensions and Superfiition of their 
.i Forefathers^ the Nwnber of Popifh Emijfariis in many 
Pirns ofthefe Countries i and add to thefe^ their tTay 

a 2 n^l 



tf UfCj the mfrequented Paffes^ and the Dijhnce of 
their Houfes from one another^ together wth imume" 
rdble other "biffictdties^ one could tat thinks buti that an 
Attem^ to rtform tbenh would be a very ardmus Task^ 
to be brought aboutj even by the nwji probable Means,. 

• BUT great and generous SpirkSi Lovers of Rdiffon 
and their Country^ have nobkr Aims than to be difcon^ 
raged from atton^ting their Duty. Noble publick jpiri- 
ted Virtue is their peculiar CarCj and the more free^ 
greats and difinterefted it appears^ the liker it is to its 
Author^ and confequentfy may expeS the greater Share of 
Divine jl^anee. 

FROM a Perjivqfion of the Truth of thefe excellent 
Principles, did you, of this illtiftrious Society, proceed to 
form your Plan :. Tou, no Doubt^ forefanv the Difficulties 
and Difcowragements which your pious Defign would be 
attended with, and did meet with at your Beginning \ yet 
ftiUyou hofdthey might he fur mounted: And thtf all the 
good EffeSs of your Endeavours could not fully appear at 
firft, yet you might expeH that they wouldi by GOD^s 
Bl^g, afterwards appear ; aitd how far your Hopes 
were right founded, the prefent Situation of your Schools, 
thir bkffed Succefs, will juflify t& the fybrld^ and, for 
the SatisfaSion of all who are ignorant thereof, I refer 
to the printed State of the Society, and Rules of 
Management. 

I could with Pkafure enlarge on the floterijhing Con- 
dition your Schools are now in in mariy Places^ I could 
they tell the almoft miraculous Change made upon the Tem-*- 
pers and Lives of many of the IhhabitantSi and could te- 
Jlify how. much they are dvilizedi and happier than for- 
merly ; but this is not proper for fne to expatiate oH in 
this Eflay, my chief Bu/mefs^ here is, to Jbew bow 
much this Galic WEngliih Vocables may have a 
Tendency to further the Society's D^ign. 

THE 



PEDICATION. V 

5HB InthruSim of the TotUb in the Ehglifti Lour 
guage^ is tbougbt necfffary to promote the charitable Pur- 
pofe ^ this Society^ and to make tbefe^ who can Jpeiak 
aify Galic, more ufefid Members in tbe Commomvedtb ; 
cmd it is cert mi J that if this were to be carried on, hy teacb^ 
if^from Books intirely Engli(h, without any Mixture of 
tbe Mother-Tongue^ it would not be fo fpeedify got done. 
I know J that by your Orders ^ we your Schoolmafters 
are not to carry our Scholars forward in Readingy but as 
they underjiana what they read in Englilh, and mqft rea- 
fonable it is \ but ihen^ *tis a great Task both to MaAer 
and Scholars^ and takes long Time ; whereas, we can 
oblige our Scholars to get thefe Vocables by Heart, as is 
d&ne in Latin Schools, which will very much further 
them in their Progrefs, and alfo fpread tbe Englifti 
Jjonguage thro* the Country, and make thefe young Ones 
puire ufefid tbe fooner, as Servants at Home, and alfo 
when they come Abroad to the Lowlands, anibe imployed 
in the Navy^ or ^mjf, or in any other Service in the 
Commonwealth. 

IT is well known, that the Method of teaching any 
Language by Books, not written in Peoples own Lan- 
guage, has been very uneafy to Toutb, and difcouragmg 
to their Endeavours, in the Profecution of their Studies \ 
fvbereas a regular Vocables in both Languages, put in 
fheir Hand, is a great Help, not onfy to the Mq/lers 
and tbe Scholars themfelves^ but alfo to thefe with whom 
they cowverfe, and it makes tbe Englifh Language to 
Jpread the more quickly. 

I therefore prefume fo far^ as to. offer the following^ 
Galic En^lilh Vocabulary to your ProteStion, and the 
rather, that fucb an Undertaking being firfl fuggefted in 
your Honofirable Society itfelf, and by you recommended 
to the then Presbytery of Lorn, now that o/Mull, who 
laid it on me to prepare fucb a Vocables /^r the life of 
your Schools^ which is certainly one good Mean to cott^ 

OKI 



vl DEDICATION. 

m tbeghrians End of your EreSion^ as Ihunviy Ex^ 
perience in the Poft I ferve you in^ I did cor£alfy m- 
derfaie to pve my Jiffifiance iberein^ in order to intro- 
duce tie j^glifh Language over the wbole Highlands 
and Iflands of Scotland, and have executed this fTork 
wiib all the pr^ 1 could: I have foUowedtbe Method 
of the mofi approved Vocabularies, and ranged the Ji^ordf 
in a natural Qrder^ have added many Words ^ particur 
krb fucb as relate to I>ivimtyj that the Toutb^ and o^ 
tbers in tbe J^ighlanids apd Iflands, ma^ tbe more r$az 
dify kam the firft Principles of Chriftian Ktt<yu{)ledge^ in 
aneafy and famliar Way. And tbo^. I was brot^bt i^ 
with tbe Galic Language^ fs wy Afytber-tpngue^ yet 1 
thought fi J to lay this iny Performance before Reverend 
Mnifters of tbe Preslyteries ^t^'MuII and Lorn,, wba 
ma^ be prefumed to underftana tbe Galic Language^ as 
well as many others j and they ^foving revifed tbe fame^ 
have approven thereof. And if any who are known in 
> t^ Q^lic Lfn^uagt^ fi>^ difcover ofiy J^rrors^ ^ong 
Syllabi cations J Defeils or C^n^ions^ which v^f bitppen 
in tranfcrilmgi^ tbro^ my Jbfme^ and 90t overfeehig the 
Prefs^ they nfojf fake Notice tffereof and tbe fime may 
k amended in another Impr^gm \ tbii being ^he foji^tf^^^ 
this Kindj that Iknowof^ I commit to your PcUronifgf 

fFtbis Jptempt of mine /baU contribute to advance 
your good and piouf pi/^ and if it fhdU be efte^med 
Ireful by your Honourabit Body ; and if m^ honefi En- 
deavours are favourably interpreted^ it wtll be a great 
Pleajure ta me^ and Jball always be my Care and Studf^ 
how beji 1 can t^ deferve the Continuance ^ your Far, 
' vour^ .which I efieem very pmch ; and to Uar^ in my 
^tatiou:^ tbf Name and Qbaraffer of being 

Your moft devoted, 
moft humble, 

and obedient Servant. 




THE. 

CONTENTS. 



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,0 ^thaehbVhe. Of GOD. 

Do ^Thaebb Neithit crutbmcbik' Of created 



Th fbaobh Neamba, Of Heaven. 7 

Do "Tbaehb Teine. Of the Fire. 3 

Do fbaobb a Naigbeir. Of the Air. * + 

Do'^baebb a Nvifge. Of the Water. § 

Do fbaohb an ^almbmm. Of the Earth. 7 

. pep>aohb Puitu. Qf Man, % 
Do "Tbaobh CmnadtdSt CairiUis^ m D^hbe, Of 

Kindred. 9 

Do Tbaebb Ckambnats. Of Affinity. 1 1 
Do ^hwhb partin Cmrp puine. Of the Parts of 

Man's Body. 1 3 

Do Tbaobh a Mbionicb. The Inward Parts. 16 

Do Tbaebb Trufcaiti, no Sce^ich. Of Appartl. i^ 

Do Thaebb Trufian Bbmt. Of Womcns Apparel. 19 

Do Tbaobb Bbeathmm. Qf Viftuals. , :^o 

Po tbaebb Bibbe. 0/ Drink. 2.4 

Do Tbaobb Eafiiintin. Qf Difeafes, 25 . 
po Xbaobb Teagtnbuijk aineamback &. Cbuir^ Qf 

the A<¥'dents of tJie Body. 28 



^^e CONSENTS. 

^ Pagi 

Pofhaobb n0 nQefidfaJbatbfoiriomalacb ^ an cujparin. 

' Of the outiiwydSenfes ?^id their Objedb. 29 

J)a^h0ohb Qeadffkfbd inmkeadbanacb an ^namrnmy 

i^c, Qf i:he f apulties pf the Soul^ Paffibns, (^c. 31 
Po 3^(w^b na Su^bffiliamf Qf Virtues. 33 

ponaobbjAubbmkain^mJ>b6bben^^ Of Vices. 35 
, Do fbaobb na nQeanncboirlbdnnin a tkoUlas Bds. Of 

Capital Crimes. 37 

j> n^ionnail fin do Dbubbailcaimb Cinnidb neacb^. 

By fuch Vices and Crimes, a Perlbn becomes. 3 1 
J)o Thaobb Eugfamblacbd Staidin. Of the Diverfity . 

of Conditions. 39 

ph Ihiobh Eugfamlacbd cbeminnin inbbe^ no Qnoire. 

Qf the PiyeHity of Jlanks. • (40 

po l^aobb Qifigicbe an St at a. Of the QlHceris of 

State, ^c. .42 

po Tbaobb Fuirm Guibbeimeoirachd^ Scbombtbarigba 

pnoracbe. Qf the O^orms of Government, En-. 

figns of Honour, ^c. 43 

po ^Tbaobb Cmr{ Cbeartuis. Of a (J^ourt of Ju- 

ftice, f^c, 44 

po ^aobb ^iagblorin Bailemargaidb. Of the Ma- 

giftratcs of a Burgh, (<fc. 45 

Pp ^thaobk Sbeirbbeiftfoicb na mr Uailjin. Of the 

Seryapts of ^ Nobleman. 46; 

>^ po Ibaobb gbanoglaicbain. Of Women Servants. 47 
Po tbaobb Lucbdceairde fc? an Acfuinne. Of Tradet 

men and their Tools, i^c. ib. 

Po Jbaobb neitbe Tocbaihacb ^ Meinnaicbd. Of 

Foffiles and Minerals, SS 

po fbStbb Cblocb. Of Stones, fc?r. ib. 

po ^tbaobb Cbkcbin priofoik. Of precious Stones, 56 
po Tbaobb Mbttailtin. Of Mettals. ib, 

'■ po ^aobh Pbianfin fef Luidbbbain. Of Plants and 
. ffcrbs. " 57 

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po ^aohb Jjdibhain Poite. Pot-Herbs. 58 

J}o fthaebb Mbeacanin. Roots. 59 

l>o flMwbb iJd^bamJ^ Blatimn U^^^ Phyfical 

tjerbs and Flowers. ib. 

J)o Tbaoih Luibhatn nembiomlan. Imperfe6): Herbs. 6z 
J)o l7:faohb Preaflkiirmkh m Rafcbram^ Of Shrubs. 63 
J)o Ttaobb Cbramiibmea/a. . Of Fruit-Trces 64 

J)o ^aobb Cbram mgivtborrthanmbj no aimrid, Qi 

Barren Tree§ 65 

Bo fbaobb Atoafi. Qf Fruits / 67 

Do fbaobb Pbqrtin Vbl^tidhin. Parts of Plants 69 
. Mu jUnbheaidbi^. . Of Animals • . . 70 

Vo fbaobb Pbeijioige. Of . Infcdfe ib. 

Do fbaobb Eifge. Of Fifties. 71 

Do fb(iobb lafg Aibbnicbin. River Fifhes 72 

po fbaobb S^aoricbj no lafc^ Sliogaub^. Shell- 

Fifiies V ib. 

Do fbaobb Partin Eifge. The Parts of Fifhes 7^ 
Mu Eanabb. Of Birds . ^ ^ /*. 

jD^ fbaobb Eon FeoiUitbeacb. Carnivorous Bird^ ib. 
» Z)^ fbaobb Ean Jjufitlkacb. Phytfvorous Birds, or 
Birds feeding on Vegetables. 74 

Jio fbaobb Ean Chroidhitbeacb^ no tbig beo or Cbrol 
tbamb ho ar Pbetftoigin. Infeftivorous Birds 75 
* Do fbaobb EmUifge, Aquatic!?; Birds ib^ 

Ma Pbartin Eane. Parts of Birds 7^ 

Do fbaobb Bbeathmchin. Of Beafts 77 

Do fbaobb Bheatbaicb nacb roinn an lopga. Whole- 
footed Beafts . ib. 
Do fbaobb Bbeatbaicbin Ladbrakbe^ no a rginnis 

an Tonga. Cloven^-footed Beafts 78 

J^o ibaobh Bbeatb^cbin Jongmnnaicbe. Clawed 

Beafts a. 

Do fbaobb Bbeatbaicbin longunnaicbe Creacbmbe^ 

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' M'lbios re fiW cn Comhartwb ar Eigim. Ra- 
pacious Clawed Bcafts 79 
Po ^tbaobb. Bbeatbakbin a gbeinis an Uigbaihb, Ovi- 
parous Beafts . 80 
Dp tbaobb Pbartin Bbeatbakbin. Parts of Beafb, 

i^c. ^ ih. 

J)o ^baobb Cdtbracb no Bark mboir. Of aQty 81 
Bo Thaobb P(Krtin Ttgbe. Of the Parts of a H<Kife 83 
Do ^baobb Sbeomrakbin m ^gbibb Cfir^ fK 

Oibridbe. Qf Rooms and Officf-houfes, * f«f^. ' 84 
Do Ihaobb Goirais no Aimeis Tigbe. (X^H6d^K>ld- 

Fumiturc i6 

Do ^aobb Goiras Cbitcin. Kitchin-Furniturc 88 
Do Tbaobb Sboitbeacbin Grudair. Brewing- 

Veffek, 6?r. ' ^ 8^ 

Do^aobh Acfuin afbeumar go deanubb 4o£cbj agus 
ma Jhoirtin Aoiaicb. Of the Inftruments of 
Cloath-making, and Kinds of Cloath 9q 

Po ^aobb uigbam marcacbd, agus Neitbe a bbeanas 
do Gbajlair no 'Thrid. Of Horfe-Fumiturc, and 
Things relating to Travelling g^ 

Do Tbaobb Ferijiigbe^ no ^reabbt^acbd. Qf |luf: 

bandry ' 9 

Do fhaobb Muihmi. Of a Mill, 6?r. 91 

Do ^aobb Scoilthe^ &c. Of a-ScKool, &c. ib^ 

Do^haobb Ardfcoikj no Colaifde. Of a College loa 
Do Tbaobh Aimfaire. Of Time lo; 

Do %haobh Cbluicbinmn. Of Plays 105; 

Do "Ibao^b Acfuin CiuiL Of Mufical Inftruments 10,^ 
Do Tbaobb Urracbin fcf Imde naombihay &c. Of 

Sacred Perfons and Places, ^c. • ^97 

Do ^aobb Luingis. Of Shipping 1 1 q 

Do ^Thaobb Soigbdairacbd^ no Cogaidh. Of Warfare 1. 1 2 

Do Thaobb Urracbin Soigbdfiiroil. ^ilit^y Per- 

ions 117 

Da 



^e CO NTB NTS. 

t^o fbaobb Marfiintachd. Of Merchandife 1 1 ^ , 

Do Tbaobb CUnmdb. Of Coins i i^ 

Do Ihwbb Cbuitromkbiny no Cbombtbromichin. Of 
Weights i2d 

Do fbaobb Mnfair Fadtbbib^b. Meafures of 
Length ii, 

Do^obb' 'JMbffdir CbimgbbaUubaj no Cattalaiba. 
Meafiires of Capacity 121 

Do ^aobb na Fmmbuimbair bbuil nh buile mm- 
bairin a Stutbadb. The Cardinal Nombers Jb^ 

Po tbaobb na Nuimbire egartba. Of Ordinal . 
Numbctv ' J23 

Do 3!baobb na Nuintbire RSmbbriatbracb. Adver- 
bial Numbers 124 

D^ naobb Uimbir in Riimhbriatbracb ^mr. Ad- / 
verblal Numbers of Order. 125 

Ddiiaobh na Nuimbire iolmbodbacbf no iolghleufacb. 
Multiplicative Numbers . , ^, 

Do TbMbb na Nmmhire comhtbrmacbi Proportio- 
nal Numbfers ib. 
Do fbaobb na Nuimbire rQitmpbarticb. Diftributive 
Numbdrs 126 

Do fbaobb jUnimimin Dbaoine. N^iiies pf Men ib. 
Ainimnnin Bban. Narties of Womea * 128 

CombcbnuafacbnaFcdrtbbriatbaiz/inisgndgbtbuicbde^ v 
A Colledion of the moft common AdjiSHves^ 
together with their moft ufual AbJiraSls and 
jidverbs 1 29 

Soirte Fheartbbriatbatre oik. Adjedtivies of the 
3d DedrnTigin 13^ 



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Advertifemeftt. 

THE AuthM>s Ahfemefrm the Trefs^ and 
the Difficulty^ tfreoAtfig his ManujcrtPtf 
together with the Want (f a cmfiam CorreStar^ 
who under fiood the Galic Language^ hanie be fin 
the Occajion of federal Errata's in this Voca^ 
btdary ; which ^ *tis hoPed^ the Remarks of the 
idintfters and&hooi^m^ifiersi 2iC& con^erfant^ 
m theje Matters^ to whofe Hands this Treatife 
may comCy wiU enable us tocorre^ in the next^ 
Edition, And here we cannot alfo hut acquaint 
the Reader^ '' that aU or mofi of the Verbs m 
this Vocabulary^ from ^me 143, ?^ ^^^ i6p.^ 
are exfrejfed^ in the Galu:^ by fingte Words ; 
th(f our Author^ general^^ exp'e^es them by a 
needkfs Circumiocution* 




LE ABH A R 

' A Theagafc Ainiminnin, 

NO 

A NuaJh-fhocloit Gaoidheilg & 
Bdarla. 

I, Do Ihubb DU. Of GOD, 
■p\IA, GOV 

■ Dia an -J Mac, GOB Ike Jsm, 

CSpionid naomh, (.^"b Gbofi,- 

An Diadhichd TJf Godhead 

An TrionnaJd, m 1 tri «- ■ . 
Cbrnhdhe S ^ ^"'"^ 

II. Do ^aobb Neithe Cruthuichda. Of crea^ 

ted Beings, 
Gtauhadoir A Creature 

^ An' Swghal Tht Pf^orld 



f. 



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Flaithcamhnas, Flaithe-J jj/^^^f^ 

Ifiipnn, Ithuirne Eka 

Spiorad A Spirit 

Akigcal Ah Aigel 

Diabhal, na Dcamhan A Devifj 9r Fteni 
Siothachin, na Siogaidhe Fairies 

Bdican na droch Spiofid B$ggks 9r Gb&fts 

Tannafe na Taibhfc A Phantom or Vjfion 
Anam 'A Soul 
Anam Fafinhor, na n 

hifbheo, na Anam do > A 'oegetaiifoe Soul 

bheir air- neithc fas j 

Anam mothachoil A fet^tive Soul 

Anam reufonta A reafonabk Soul 

Corp, na qolann A Boify 

Duili Tiongsnadh At Elemint 

Tcme Ftre 

An Taigher^ an tailadh ^he Atr 

Uifge ' Water 

An Talamh the Earth 

Creath^dair bco A living Creature 

HI. Do l})aobh Neamha. Of Heaven. 

An Speur The Sty 

Solus Light 

Dorchadas Darbiefs 

Faleus no Dubhar A Shadow 

A Ghrian ^e Sun 

Gathj no Gathan Greinc A Sun-beam 
A Ghcalach 7h^ Moon 

Ai;i folus ur Kew Aioon 

An fdim liixt Full Moon ■ 

GaodUad^ 



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C^hladh, no Tcachdj 

afteach antfholais S 
Dubhradh na Gealaiche, 

no na Greine 
Rinnag 
Comhflioilfi^ no Grigli-* 

chaii .3 

CSomaid, Rinnag a ncar-> 

buiU i 

Plan-aid, Rinnag'Shea- 7 

bhaidach S 

A naird a Near, no Noir 
A naird a Niar 
A naird a Deas 
A naird a Tiiath 
A naird a Nearrdheas 
A naird a Nearrthuath 
A naird a Niarrdheas ' 
A naird a Niarrthuath 



3 ) 

Sfi&f ChOHge $f the Moon 

An Eclipfe 

A Star 

A Cmftellatim 

A Comet 

APlMit 

"The Eifi 

nemji 

He South 
The North 
The South-Eafi 
"the North-Eaji 
fhe Souib-fFeft 
the Nortb-mji 



IV. Do Tbaobb Teine. Of the Fire. 



Lalair 

Deathach, no Toit 

Saithe^ no Pubhdan 

Srad, HO Sraddog 

EabhuU 

Eabhuil mharbli, no 

Guaiilen 
Caoirthcinc 
Beo-ghriofach 
Cramh^ Guail' 
Luath 
Bias 
Teas 

Teas Loilgach ^ 
Bradhadair, Connadh 

A ^ 



A Flame 
Smoke or Reik 
Soot J or Smut 
A Spark 
A burning Coal 

A dead Coal 

A Fire-brand 
Hot Embers 
Cinders 
Afhes 
Wamah 
Heat 

Burning Heat 
Feuel 



CVy:V"^x»i^ 



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Goch-ghual, Gual-faiige Sea C$al 
Fiodh-ghual Charcoal 

Slcxhd-giuil ACoaUPit 

Crcthach, Crionach, ^ 

Sfriian, no fiodh- > Bru/bwooi or Sticks, 

chonnadh j 

Cual, Cualag A Faggot 

Moine Clod or Peat 

Culag Turf 

Tritiifhadadh, fiidadh- 7 cf^^ 

fpuince * ' S ^ . 

CaiQachTpuincc, Sponc/ Touch-wood or Sfotik 
Tcinc Aighcir, Dealanach,, Ughtning 
Boilcadh Dealanaich A Fla/h of Ughtning 

Torunn no* Tairnenach Thunder 
f dlair an Taimnenaich A Thunder-bolt 

* * I ' 

• • • •. I • g 

V. Do 7hao6h n Naigheir. Of the Ain 

■ . # » 

Dcatachaghcrboneithc^ jy^^ 

oi-bith . 5 '^'['*^'*' 

Griandeatach An Exhalatim 

Gaotl^ ' ' fFind 

9 • 

Or lag na ofna Ghaoithc A Blaft of Wind 
An Ghaoth an Noir The Eaft Wind 

An Ghaoth an Niar The Weji Wind 

An Ghaojth a Deas The South Pind 

An Ghaoth a Tuath ^e North Wind 

An Ghaoth a Nqirradheas The South-eaft Wind 
An Ghaoth a Niarrdhcas The South^jweft Wind 
An Ghaoth a Neamhuath The North^a/l Wind 
]Kxi Ghaoth a Kiarrthuath ^e North-weft Wind 
Anrddhi- I>M^ Afefnpeft' ^ 



(. 5 ) 

Stoirm' A Storm 

Fcadha fairge ' J Calm at Sea 

So-Aimlair iUmfeir 1 p^^ ^^^^^ 

Speurgman -^ 

Crith-thalmhuinn jh Earthquake 

VL DoHa^bh a Nuijge. Of the Water. 

Braon, no boinne taige A Drop 
B.uligen no Suillag A Bubble or Belt 

Fearrthuinn no Aimlair? V> . tj^ "^ 

fhliach ^ S ^^«^^^^< 

Fras ' A Shower 

Raonabodha, Bodha-frois A Rain-bow 
Neql A Cloud ' 

Ceo Mifi' 

Dreallt, Driuchd ' Dew 

Mil-cheo * '■ JMildei^ 

Reothadh, no Eiridh Froft 
Liathreoghadh Hoar-frifi 

Deigh, no Eigh ~ Ice ' 

Buitfe, Eidhannich An Icicle^ or Wangle ofke 

Cloch ihneachd ho 1 r/ 7 

Cloch mhellaiii ^ y ^'' 
Sncachda Sitow 

Flichncnofliuchfhncachda Sleet 
Cladan fneachda A Flake of Snow 

Ball fneachda, Muc 7 ^ n 77 d / ^ o 
Meachda ^ f A Ball or Peel of Snm 

Tobar A Fountain or Well 

Fuaran, no Fiorthobair A Spring-well 
Toteur tairnne A Pit' or Draw-well 

Cuibhrinnachadh, no 7 ^ r,^ „ ^' 
CeannTohair I Af^eU^Ccver 

Mathair ui%c A Source or Spring 

Failcc teach Hot Baths 

Loch, 



nachadh ui%achan S 
Digp JDiUb 

Lochan j1 Pondj or Pool 



Amhainn A River 

Ault A Brook or Bum 

Sirutlutn, no Caochan A Rill or Strtpe 

TuU . A Land-flood or Speat 

Dile A Deluge 

TailbhSm,no maomfleibhe A Torrent 

Linga^ no £as A Lim or CataraSl 

Sruth A Stream 

Ammair na Haimhna The Channel of the River 

Bottc no Bruach na l^^Sank of the Rrver 
rlaitnnna j •^ 

Comar na Naimhnichjn A Place where Rivers meet 

Cuaitag 4 A whirl Pool 

Fairge ' ^ TheSea 

Aibheis, Taitrfi The Ocean 

Bagh, no Camis A Bay 

Coife, no Cuartag Shlu^ 

ganach uamhaik<;h 

df hairge 
Cubhainge, Creafn^ir 
Acair-pholl, Acairlaid, ? 

Bagh) Pollmarcachd j 

Ce, Laimhrig A Peer 

Longphort no Cala An Harbour or Haven 

CladuchjOirthircnoCorfc A Sboar or Coq/i , 

Stuadh notonn AfV^ve^ Surge or3illow 

Tonn A'Jaw 

Coragach no Coip Froth or Foam 

Sceir A Rock in the Sea 

Oitir ghainmhichc A Bank of Sand 

An Lionadh mara The Flowing of the Sea 

An Xraghadh mara 7 he Ebbing of the Sea 

Aifag 




Aiiag » 

Atha 

Drochaid 



( 7 ) 

A Foot d 
. A Bridge. 



I ' 



VII. Bo ^aobb an Talmhuinn. Of the Eardu 

Mor-thir, Tir-mor ^T:>e Continent 

CMlen; Innis An IJIand 

A Promontory 
A Mountain 



Dorling, Tarbcrt 
Maol, no Rugha 
Beinn 
Cnoc na Tulach 
Cnoc^, Toman 

Famhthorr 

Muliach Cnoid 

Creachuinn, no Leacach 

l^nn na Beinne 

Gleann 

Glac, no Gleannan 

Rethicn 

Carrig, Crcig 

Gaiidh, Uamha 

Riunmach, noBoglach 

Suiichrithach, Buigieag 

Cria, Criath, 

t^labair, Lathach 

Eabar, Poll 

Uir, Duflach, Dennach 

Jomall no Biiith na Tire 

Clach chrioche 
Ciioch fearuinii 



A HiH or KnoU 
A Hillock 

^A Mok-biU or Mdde^ 
L wort Heap 
^theTopofaHia 
The SideofaHitt 
The Foot of a Hill 
AVaUty 

A narrow Valley or GJe» 
A Plain 

A Rock or Craig 
A Cave or Den 
A Fen or Marjh 
A Bog or Quagmire • 
Clay 

Slime, or Mud 
Dirt or Mire 
J}ujt 

fTht Borders or Primes 
of a Country 
A Imrcb or Men-fiont.. ' 
A March of Lands ^ 

WW Bf 



c 8 ; 

VIII. Do Tbaoih buine. Of Man; 

jcar, Duinc A Man 

Bdui A Woman 

Naoidhelti An Infant 

Lcnabh Gillc A Boy or Mankbild 

Nionag, Lcnabh injghin A Girl or fFoman^hild 
Seanghille, Baachaille, A Touth or Stripling 
Oganach, Flclgach A young Man 

Scanduine An old Man 

Calllach, Seanbheati An old Wmm 

Aois, Age 

Naoighanachd Infancy 

Lcnaba^hdy no Lenabas Childhood 
Oige / Touth 

Fearachas, Aois Daine Manhood 

n tfhean-aois Old Age 

Ads Gille an taobh & 7 

ftidh do cheithair ^ Pt^illarity 

bliaghuinn deug ^ 
Aois Inghein an tapbh a*} 

ftidb do dha bhliag- > Pupillarity 

huinn Deug J 

Aois neach attaobn a' 

fiidh do 2 1 bhliag- 

huinn no neach a > Majority 

f hagis a Leanibas, no 

Aois 't^uitoiraciid 
Foghmhair A Giant 

Droich ^ A Dwarf 

Creatair heonach archu-p ^ n 

machd mighnathi- ?- A Monjier 

chde, niichertach -> 
Faodalichc, Lenabh ar 7 ^ ^^^ 

VS.. Do 



( 9 ) 

IX. Do Tthaobh CwnaJaiSy Cairdis, no Ddibhe^ 

Of Kindred. 
Cinnadas a d^aobh Athair Kindred iy the Father 
Qnnadas a thaobh A- y ^Kindred, by the Father or 

thair,* ho Mathair 5 c Mother 
Cleamhnas . Affinity 

Fear Cinnidh, .Caruid A Kinfman 
Bcanchinnidh, Banchafaid A Kinfwoman . . 

Athair; no Mathair^ Pa- 7 ^fp^r^r^/ 

rente i 

Athair A Father 

Mathair - A Mother 

Seanathair A Grandfather * 

Seanmhathair A GranAmthef 

Sinfeanathair A Great-grandfather 

Sinleannihathair A Great-grandmother 

Seanathair an tlheana- ^ ^^be Grandfather* s Grande 

thair J c father 

Seafimhathair an tfliean- ? « ^he Grandfather^ s Grand- 

athair id mother 

Seahathair antlhins eah^l yi^e Great-grandfather^ s 

athair - r ^ Grandfather 

Seanmhathair ant(hinse-l ^^he Great-grandfather* s 

anathair * ^ Grandmother 

• _ 

Seanathair feanathair an7 J ^he Grandfather* s Grande 

tftieaiiathair ^ ^ father* s Grandfather 

Seanmhathair fcahathair? S The Grandmothers Grande 

an tfheanathair ^ ^ father* s Grandfatb& 

Mac A Son 

Nion no Inghein A Daughter 

C^ha finunn no fert^ha A Grandfon 
Ban ogha^ ogha Bainionn A Grand-Daughtef 
Fiar ogha iiruinn A Great Grandfon 

Fiarogha Bainionn A Great Grand-Daughter 

Fcrogha an fhirogha ^e Gronijorfs GYCWwlfon 

B ^^Tvof^i, 



( TO ; 

Banogha an flmogha {%^^f' ^"^ 
Ferogha an f hirf hiarogha | ^J^L^^"^^'"*' 

Banogha an fhirfhiarogha { ^(j^^li? ilf*" 

Ferogha f hirogha an 7 r The Grmdforfs Gtand* 

f hirogha S \ finfs Gran^on 

Banogha f hirogha' an 7 c 2%* Grm^fatfs Grtmdf- 

f hirogha J i forfs Grand-dtn^ter 

Brathair ^Brother 

Piuar J Sifter 

Brathair a thift 6 naon 7 ^n ' , , * /. * ., . 
Athair S ^Bretberefthefamfdth^ 

Piuar a thig o haon Athair ^ J^«r of the fame Fmhsr 

Brathair a thig o naon > ^d ^t e^i r tf^ > 

Mhathair S A Brother of the fameMtther 

JRu^r a thig o aaon \ ^e>-a r .i. r »*.,-• 
Mhathair - » A Stfier of the fam Mother 

BratKair Athair | ^^^^^'^^ ^^*^' 

ftathair Mathatf lAnUnckth Aether's 

i Brottfer 

Piuar Athair t A^^r, rf« Fs/fer*/ . 

Piuar Mathait C^ ^ /*r»:M,/&r*/ 

Mac Brathair no Pethair A Nefifew 
Nion Brathair no Pethair A Niece 

Cairdin mic no inghei- S ^^f"' /*' ^7 '^ 
nin da Bhrathai? 1 ^^^H^ters of two 

^ Brothers 

Cairdinmic an da phethair J ^^^ ^^^ ^ ^ 

. / ^ Sifters 

Cairdin ingheinin an da 7 c Coufm^ the Jbm^kters 

phethair J 1 if tWQ Sifters 



Carid Mac Brathair mo ? r -^ Cotffiny the Son of the 

Mhathair J L Mother's Brother 

Carid Nion Brathair mo^ T ACouJht^ the Daughter of 

Mhathair, ^ L the Mother's Brother 

^Stu mac pethair mo 7 ^Tou are my Father* s 

Mhathair £ c Sifter^ s Son 

^Sme mac Brathair do 7 ^I am the Son of your Mor 

Mhathair . S c ther* s Brother 

Clann Children 

Toirbeart, Caraid T^wins 

Oighre At Heir 

Lenabh foq .ThiMtarachd A Pupil 

Tuitair . A 'Tutor 

Pfllachdan An Orphan 

Neach th'i Athair marbh i c One whofe Father is dead^ 

agus a Sheanatliair beo S c and Grandfather alive 

Bafard, Druthmhac ABaftard 

Fine, Treabh no Teagh-7 act* l n? i? •/ 
Joch 5 ATrtbe^ Clan or Family 

Cinnadh A Race or Stock 

Sliochd An Offspri^ 

Gluinin no Cemanna 7 p,di<rrees 
ginalich / FedJgrees 

An mhuintir a thaiiig Z j„,^a^, 

^ romhuinn finn&ir S ^^^^^ 

Jiarmad, no Sliochd a ? ry^/i^;^ 

. thignardcidhe $ ^'^"^'^ 

X. Do n^aobb CSeamhnais. Of Affinity, 

Fer a bhios gan phdladh ABatcbekr^orftngU Perfm 
Maidin A Maid ^ 

,Qi^ A Virgin 

B 2 "Ste^^K^ 



. ( '^ ) 

Beatha Shingilta A Jingle Life 

Pofadh A Wedlock or Marriage 

Suirdhthach A Suitor $r Wooer 

Leannan A Miftrefi or Sweet-heart 

Corohfhuirthach, Bra- 7^0., 

thair Suiridhthc • i ^ ^''^^ 

Fer bainfe, Fer nuadh •> .# n u 

• phofda } ^ Bridegroom 

Bean na Bainfe A Bride 

Duin uafilnina na Qainfe A Bride-Man 
j^ mhaidinn phpfidh, no-^ 

beanqaifil mna na > A Bride-Maid 

Bainfe p 

Banis ' ^ A Wedding or Bridal 

Oran pofidh no 5a.infe A Marriage Song 

Fer pofda A^ Husband 

Bean phofda ^ IFife 

iio«« *^^u^ t^ Matron or married 

Bantreabhach A Wido^ 

Dfiari, Tochra / A Dowry or Tocllier 

Athair ceile - A Father-in-Law 

Mathair cheilc A Mother-in-Law 

Ceile mac, mac San Z \# c • V 
J 11 ' 5 A Son-tn-Law 

Piuir mna Piuir San Ladh A Sifter-in-Law 
Lefathair, Oide / A Step-father 

Jjefmhath^ir, ^uimc A Step-mother 
*^Dalta : - AStep-fon -^ 

&l1u Bdinionn A Stepdaughter 

' ■ "■•'' ' -■' ^ .. •. Oide 



Godrdaugh 



. ( . '3 ) 

Oide bai/cligh, Dia athair A God-father 

Muimc Bhaifdigh, Dial .^ Qod^mtber 

mhathair •* 

Dalta De firuinn, Dalta \ j fy j r^ 

baifdigh S ^^""^^ 

Dalta De bainionn, \ 

Dalta baifdigh -> ' 

Oide altrum A Fefter-fatber 

Muirtie altrum A Fofter-tnotber 

Dalta A Fofter-fon 

Bandhalta . A Fojter-daugbter 

Comhdhalta, Piuir altrum A Fofter-0er 
Seomairmna na bainfe ^A Bride-^hatnter 
Dealachadh A Divorce' 

XL Do thaobh pdrtin Cuirp Duine. Of the 

P^Vts of Man's Body. 

An Ceann ^e Head 

MuUach a Ghinn ' ^e Crown of the Head 

An Cheannaighuidh, ? ^^^ j, _j^^^ 

Ciar aoidinn J 
Cul a Chinn *The Hind-bead 

Preafadh, no Caladh A Wrinkle 

Folt an Chirin ^he Utir of the Head 

Ciabh cJiaffla, Cuailcn 1a i j t l 

Amalach I AmUiUck . 

Na Ciabhogan ^e Fore-hck^ 

Folt liatb Gray Hairs 

Fionna, 'no fiontach ^ \ o'l zi - r.r n jl 

. Chuirp i • ^^^ ^f^^^ ^^^ 

Rili4 no fabhra Suil ^e Hairs of the Eye-tids 

Ribachan na n Cuinnen ^e Hairs of the Nojhrils , ! 

An Clai^iln ^e Scull or Ham-pan 

A Chluafe ^e Ear 

H^Mcii na Qaais ^e Lu^ ^ 



( 14 ) 

"tbiFacM 

Tthe OnmUvumu 
^cEye 

Tb^ j^k cf the Eyt 
ThemnteoftheKye 
l^e Comer cfthe Eye 
The Eye-tidh 
The Eye-brows . 

{^e Space between the 
Brows 
"The Nofe 



An taoidinn 

A Ghnuis 

An TMU 

Clach no iMall na Sul 

Geal na Sul 

Atha na Sul 

Farbhaly na Sul 

Maildhe, nifge 

Maolchair, no Lomchair \ 

■ na Maildhin 5 

AnTfhr6n 

Foil, no G^innoin Sroine "The Noftril 

Camog The Temples of the Hesd 

Gruaidh, no Lcaca The Cheek 

Beul TheMomb 

Sliop, Libar, Pus The Lip 

Na Ciobhuill, n^ pcircUn The Jaws 

An Qiren The Gtm 

Fiacill The Tooth 

Na Claragan The Fore-teeth 

Na Culagan The Cheek-teeth 

Criochadarin^Coinchrfghe Gag Teeth 

An Teanga The Tongue 

A Scornan The Throat 

An Anail Ihe Breath 

Drim uachdrach a Chai- ? r The Palate or Rocfof the 

ren 5 1 Mouth 

An Smig no an Smeigad The Chin 



An* Fheufog 

Ah Amhdiachj no a 

Muinel i 
Ah Uginn 
Oil na hamhthaichc 
Ait Ghuala 
An Slinnein 
An Dnumy Drim 



I . 



The Beard 

\ The Neck or Craig 

' The Fore-part of the Neck 
The tUnder-fort cfthe Neck 
The Shoulder 
The Shoulder4lade 
The Back 



'} 



. ( 

Cnaimh an Drbma 

Uchd 

Crioflach, na Rxithag 

no Brollach 
Scuird 
Cioch 

Ceanna na n Cioche 
Meadhoin, Cnes 
An Taobh no ao Slios 
Aifiie 

A Manachan 
Leafrach, Blian 
Bolg, no a Bhm 
Soirtha na Clolnne^ 

Machlag 
An lomila^ 
An Tone, a Mas 
Na Mafin , 

An Cruachan, a Uiirc 
Cailtel a Chuirp 
Buill a Chuirp^ 
An Righe 
An Achlas 
An Uilann 
An Gaoirden 
Caol an DiJiimn 
A limh 
An Dearna naLflgan no 

Laimhe 
Bas , 

An Domn 
An Lamh dheas 
AnLamh Chii 

thoiigeal 
Cul an DusniMi 
Meur 



The Bacl-ione 
The Brea0 

The Bofm 

The Lap 
A Pap 
The Nippks 
TbefFafte 
The Side 
ARib 
The Groin 
The Loin 
The Belly 

TheU^omb 



• The Navel 

I The Arfe or Breech 

The Buttocks 

The Haunch 

The Trunk 

The limbs 

The Arm 

The Arm^t or Ol^er 

The Elbow 

The, Gairtfy 

The IVrifi or Shachk-bone 

The Hand 
X ^The Hollm ofibe Hgnd^ 
5 \ theLuif 
, The Palm of the Hand 

The Fift or HandflM 

The Right Hand 

I The Lift Hand 

The Back of AeHMi 
A Fitter 



hs\ 



, ( '6 ) 

An Chorrag . TT^e Fore^fingef' 

An Meur meadhoin ^e Mddk-Jinger 

Mathair na Laodoigc The Ring-finger 

An Laodoig ^e littU-finger 

An Ardog benumb 

Allt A J dint ' 

Rudan A Knuckle 

Jonga A Nail 

Taobh 9t Muidh iia ? crt •% ^ ^^ > .7 «*7 . » 
g2^jjjj^ J 3rj<? 0/z/^i? (?/ the rhtgh 

, Taobh a Sdgh na Sleifde The In-fide of the Urigb 
AnGluii The Knee 

Eufgad The Ham or Hough 

An Calpa The Leg 

A Lurga The Shank 

MeaU a Chalpa | ^^/< "f *^' ^^^ <^ 

Caol a Chalpa The Coot 

Aobrunn, Muthairrie The Ancle 

An Traigh The Foot ' 

An Tfhail The Heel 

Boonn na Cois The Sole of the Fedt 

Meur Cois A Toe 

Ardog Cois The great Toe 

XII. DoThaohhaMhionich. The Inward Parte. 

Jonar, Mionach, Caolain The Bowels or Intrails 

AnDetiach^Steicbhraghid ^e Weqfand 

An Croidhe The Heart 

A Scamhan The Lungs 

ASgairt The Mdrif 

Scannan Saille ^e CauU 

An Gailc The Stomach 

An Grubhun, na Hajtheil Thi IJv& 

An Dubhliath ^e Spleen or Mlt 

Domblas The Gall 

An 



I 



( '7 ) 

An are, an Dubhan ^e Kidmy or Neef} 

An Taodtroman Thr Bladder. 

Cnaimh A Bone 

Maothan - A Griftk 

An Croicinn ^the Skin 

CuiOc ' A Vein 

Cuiflc mhor ^ Artery 

Feithe A Sinew 
FeWun^^gin beg J ^ ^^^„ 

Feoil Eejh 

^&'^^' ^ ^' } -^/^^^ 

Fuile Bliod 

An Teanchainn 72^ J?r<»/i cr Hams 

Smior Marrow 

Saill- Fat 

Caoile, Fcoiltheircc. Leannefs 

Salachar FUtb- ^ 

Ball otrich ^5/>(?/ 

Smugaid A Spittle 

^^S"*'"' """ ^^^""^ } ^«*^^ 

FaDas 5«;f/«/ 

C3ennghalar, Ccnnfotl- 7 SHandriff^ cr Scales in ih 

pan S c Head 

Sal na Ciuaiie ^ Ear-fTax 

Fual, noMQn ' Z7r/»tf 

Xni. D9 Tbaobb Trufcain, jie Scedaitb. . Of 

Apparel. 

£rnuUh Aodach Jbpartl tr Chatbs 

Tiuican A Garment 

FAlbiinn, CI^ic» ACkak 

C . Gita 



V 



( i8 ) 

Gun AG&wn 

Gun Oidhchc A Nigbt-Gown 

Cota , . ACoai 

Calbg Mharcachd A Riding-Coat 

Birroid, Hata A Hat 

Oluinn da ndcantait 7 ^ p^ 

Hatachan J 

Crun na Haule Ue Crown of a Hat 

feile na Haide The Brim of a Hat . 
SrcngnaHaide,Batinl^^^_^ 

na Haide J 

Fabhar do dhitinih 1 j j%i 
reubhach ^ A Plumage 

JBounaid, no Currag A Bonnet or Caf 

Gruaig thilgtc^ Piorubhig A Periwig 

CalhuS; no Currag lea- J ^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^ 

Bann bhraghaid, Crabhat A Crauat or, Bimd 

Lamhainn A Olove 

iMitagin no Latnhjhnin 7 ,^^, ^ 
a dobair dhdga } ^^^^ 

Duibleid v ADoubkt 

Leinc no Le'ntoig A Shirt 

Peitag A JVafte-co^t 

. Peitag gan mhuilichin- 7 ^ ^^ .^. 

. nln, Dcachcaid J ^ ^^^^ 

Brilhnin, no Brigis Breeches 

Triubhasy Ldsbheart ' ASrawfe ^ 

I5rais "Drawers^ 

Stoci no pfan A^tdckii^ hir Hofi 

. Brogbhreid ^ Sock 

Brog .^ ^j^#^ 

Brog^n gan Deiridlian SUjf^rs 

Bro^anfiodha A Sandal 

Cuairain RuSions 

Sotis A Boot 



-J 



Spoi 



( 19 ) 

Spor A Spur 

Crios, no Boi&id A Girdle «r Beb . 

Crcabillie, Garftan, Giu-7 a n ^^ 
, in6n y A Garter 

Spuife, Pochca A Pocket cr Poucb 

Sparan^ no Sporan A Purjf or Scrip 

Cneap A Button 

Tuill na n Cndpe ^e Bution-boles 

Bucull A Sboe-huchle 

BarrJall A Shoe-latchet 

Glafptf" ^ATatcbor'Ghfp 

Dui na LubacH An Eye or, Jjoup 

; Nc^pijgih ' iroinc rsq \ S^ Hdfk^kerchiefj or Poc 

^. i^dchca, Seiladjin j t ket-hapkin 

XIV. Do Thaobb Trujcan Bhan. Of Wo- 

mens Apparel. 

Gun Mna' A Wonuafs Gown 

Cliamh Guin Vihe: Bodice of a Gown 

Erabill Gjiin Xhe Train of a Gown 

Pcticota A Petticoat 

Falluinn Mna, Manntil A Mantk 

Tonnag A Veil 

Deifc chinn no Currachd A Hood or Headrtyre 

Coileir no Trufcah mui-7 jt \t l i .i. 
neil .y. A Neck^loatb 

^"^nf^^^^ 

Stim A ibtr-lace or Snood 

, Fol^hcalg,no Snathadi ^ ^^_^^^ 

Breiduchda A Stonwber 

Dionbhreid, Appirron An Afrtm 
Sreng Bhroillicn A String or Lace 

AigUcn naSringcBioU-j. ^ ^^^ ^ ^^ 



( 20 ) 

Ribin A Ribband 

Leas Mhuiriaid A Galoon 

Gibogan, froinis, forrudh A Fringe 

Oir, mim, no Buinne A Border^ Hem^ or Selvage 

Phrine A Pin 

Phrinachan A Pin-cafe ^ 

MufFa no mutan Lamh A Muff 

Cidhis, no fcaile breige A Mask or Vizard 

Fuaragai\, Scailigan, Fan A Fan 

'■ Currachd Conluich, &c. A Bongrac$ 

Paidfe dubh, Ballfeircc {^ ^^* ^*^'^* ^ ^'*«^^- 

Cneape, Sdoil Be^ 

Truiftibhraghad, noUlgar' A Neckrlace^ or Neck-jewel • 

Car neamhann A String of Pearls 

BreiQcid * A Bracelet 

Fainhe A Ring 

Paintinnin Pattens 

Clogifhin Wooden Clogs 

Cior A Comb 

Scuabach aodach, Bruis A Brufh 

dehniche j 

.. Bior- f liiacuU ' Ji Pick-tooth 

Dcajgclu^afe An Ear-pcher 

Speciair ^ - , A Pair ofSp$eheb$. 



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XV. Lh Pmobb Bbeatbanna. Of Vi(auala. 

Ocras -^.^ Hunger 

Santbjodh , A^tite 

Neoftiant biodb, Grain7 j r a* ^ m^ 
biodh \ ALiumigofMM 

An 



( 21 ) 

An tarbh, no Lian ar ^ 

neach le anbharr > J Surfeit 
bidh, Bach-thinnis j 

Biadh M^^ 

Beathanin, niethe arfon7 y.g, j 
a nithe, Biottailt J 

Suidhe bfdhe, Cuid ^^\ 'j jlj^ % 
tratha , j 

Biadh maidne Breakfaji " 

Dinnair, Diota ^ Dinner 

Biadhfeicair Beaver or Four-liours 

iSuiper, Cuid, no Longadh Supper 

MiosBhidh ADifiofMeat 

Cuirm, FeulHa 4Feaft 

Spniillach, Biadhprbnnda J^roken Meat 
•Min, no Biottailt Meal 

. Plur Flower 

Laibhainn Leaven 

Taois i)ougb 

Aran Bread 

Snaois no Slios Arain A Sbhe of Bread ' 

» Mir Arain A Biece of Bread 

, Crimag Arain A Crum of Bread 

\. Aran ar a Thaoifnadh Leavened Bread 

Aran gan Taoifiiadh Unleavened Bread 

I Crunichd H^eat 

■ Aran Seugail Rye Bread 

\ Aran Coirce , Oat Bread ' ^ 

^ Aran oirnc" . Barley Bread » ' 

Aran Bonn Brown Bread 

f\ Aran liatis, no ar dul 7 ,>- ,/ r^ ^ — ' 
" amudha ^ Mouldy Bread 

Brifgaid Bisket Bread 

Brifgaid Shiucair ' Sugar Bisket 

Rthann ^ Mhcas A Tart 

I Fithann • . .AP^earPyc ^ 



r «2 ) 

F^uinagan . 4 Panc^ or Fritter 

Mios a Kiocar Suas do ^ 

Bhainne, £lo Dhuig- ^ A Cifftard 

Marag 4 Pud^f^g 

Marag Fhala A Blood Pudding 

Sabh£ur Saufage 

Xsugais A fMggefs 

Maoidlachin, P^inladian Tripes or Paunches 
Lite no BrpcHan Pottage or Water-gfiul 

Odhan, Cabliruich Fhmery 

C^thbhniich Dcoch Reth ' Sowem 
Eanbhrith Broth 

'Sabhfe no Sudh ar a 7 
^ Churma Bhiadh^ r Sauje or Gnme 
• Rofda : ^ 

Biadh ar a Mhinadh,.! 5,^ j n^ ^ 



Statoig, Qilag 


JColIop 


FeoU Bhniich 


Boiled Eejb 


Feoil Rofda 


• Rofted EeJb ' 


Feoil ar a Stacugadh 


Stewed Etfii 


Feoil Frigh^aichte 


FryedFlejb 


Feoil Bh66te, no ar ^ 
Fuine 


j- Baked FJe^ 


Feoil ar a Bruillagadh 


. Broiled Eejb 


Mairtfhedl , 


Beef 


Moiltfheon 


■ Mutton 


Feoil LacMdh, 


Ved 


Feoil uan 


Lamh 


FeoU mheann 


Kid 


Siodheann 


Venifm 


Muic fheoil. 


Pork 


Tore fhcoil 


Brawn 


Slinnen moilt 


A Shofdder of Mutm 


Spolda Laoidh . 


Alain of Veal 


< 


Crubha 

• 



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' ( 23 ) 

Crubha Siodhhc ^ A Haunch of Vaifim 

Lr^.irc do mhuicfeoil reife A Gammon rf Bacon 

Ubh An Egg 

Gelagan Uibhc v rbe mite 

Baidtugan The Tolk of an Egg 

Plaoifc The Shell cf an Egg 

Ubh ar ur bhreith Anew laid Egg^ 

Ubhftolda A Stale Egg . 

Ubh ar a frighcannachadh A fryed Egg 

Ubh ar a rofdadh Arofted Egg 

Ubh ar a bhruich ina 7 ^ ^^^,lw w^ 

Bainne ' Mlk 

Uachdar Cream 

Im Butter 

Bainne blath Sweet Mlk 

Blathach Butter 'Mlk 

Slamman^ Slamban Loppe^ed Mlk 

Bainne goirt Sowr Mlk 

^^^mcN^'^' } Beejiing Mlk 
Gniith Curds 

Miug, Mcug ^?^gr 

Cais uir ^^w Chee/e • 

.Binid, I>e%ainn Che^e Rennet ^ or Earning 

Miollfenin ; Dainty D^s 

Ambiadh dcirinnach, 7 ^j^g^,^ 

Deirthunnan J -^ 
Fioa geur> no Minagir Vinegar 

SaUaid ASallet 

Ola bidh, Ola Salaid SaUetOyl 

Siucar ^«^^r ^ 

Salainn ^ 5^2^ 



Sheirbhia 



All 



'* fr 



^ 



( 24 , ) 

^^^^^"^^^^' ^^ ^*^^} nefecond Service 

XVI. Do rhaobb Dibhe. Of Drink. 

Jotadh, padhigh, no tart ^rji 

Deoch ^ Drink 

Miefg Drunketmefs 

Fion , ^/)^. 

Fion gcal fVhite.mne 

Fion dearg C&r^/ Wine 

Fion Rheinach Rhtni/h Wine 

Fion Canarich Canary Wine 

Fion Malmhilach ^ Malrnfey Wine 

Seic, Fion Spainnach iJ^^ 

Fion tentach Tent 

Branndi Branify 

Uifge Beatha ' ; j^uaviu or Whisfy 

Seidair Cider 

Mildeoch Mead 

Lionn ^le 

BraithljS Wort 

Lionn Laidair Strong Alt 

Uonn Caol Small Ale 

Lionn Stolda Stale Alt , . 

Beoir -^ Beer 

Mumc, Lionn Brunf. 1 j^ 

Dhieaich . j . 

Deoch iir Fr^l>riiik 

Meirbhpheoich,Deoch? ^w^j^ 

ar dul Avigc J ^^f****^^^^ 

Braich MiJt 

"Erefc Drig^ 

Diibhag, Gitinntis, Gruid Dreggs or Settlings 

Beinn, Deafgainc ■> TefttrBarm 

TuTuing AJ>nu^ 



i ^5 ) 
XVII. Do Thaobh Eapintin. Of Difeafcs. 

Slaint , ^ HeaUb 

TinnisjEallaintjAnfhocair ADifeafe 

Nitnh, no Puifon ■ Foijm 

Cautair, Rith leanntin An Ijjue or Cauter 

Criuchd, Cncidh A Wound or Cut 

Athailte A Scar 

Bulbg no Buille A Blow or Strodk 

^'bdlk^'"'^'^* ^"°^'* } ^' Mark of aStroak 

Pleaghart,d6mn,DcifaJan {^^f^j^' ''^'""^ 

Att, Toic j4 Swelling 

Cuifle ar borbadli,no ar att J fwellen Vein 

Faircagan ff^axtng-Kemels 

Cncidh chuithaich no 7 ^ r, , \t r t. 
fiolan ^ A Felon or Nefcock 

Guizen no plucan , A Blijier or Pimpk 

Ball dburain A Mble or Spot ' 

, Brcac-feanain ; A Freck or Ferntick 

Udhthair, no Neafcaid A Boil or Ulcer 

Jongar ' Matter cr Worfom 

! Fuil Shalach, noThru-7 "^ ^ ^, ., 

aillith J Corrupt Blood 

Scieb , / An hard Scab 

. Am Buirben j an C^infcir' ^e Canker 
An Cnambkilipii ^he Gangrene 

J^ride :,. The tetter or Ring-worm 

Muiraidhe, Ijoibhrc Leprqfie ' 

, ,/An Tachis, an Scriobach "The Itch^ Scaby or Tuih 
i ABbpec,a<5hallbholga€h The Small^px 
ABholgach, anQap fhe Frencb^x 
A Ghriurach, na a 7 «^ V^. ^ 
Ghrifach y^eMaJles 

BaidhnoNcas ^Plague 



f »6 } 

FiabhrisL ^e Fever 

An fiabhris crithanach The Ague ^ 
Am pliuris^ no ngreim-) > pu,^,c, 

An Guta, tinnis na Nalt l^e Gout 

Guca na nCas 72^ GpvU in the Feet 

Guta na nGijiin The Gout in the Knees 

Gdta na nUimh The Gout in the Hands * 

A Loni no nGreim L6ni The Sciatica^ or Hip-goui 

Tinnis an Righ 7i^ Kin^s-^evilj cr Cruels 

Caitheamh A Confumption • 

FUith, fliodh, meall A Wen 

Foinno A Wart 

Cathlum ar na bonnabh7 j r^__ 

no ar na mearabh J 

Cufpe A Kibe>^ or Mouls 

Rufcadh no fuicheh A GalUng^ or Sh^ng 

An E^jdadh, a Chnu- 7 ^^ ^^^^ ^^ 

imh-fhiacaiU J 

A Lolgadh braghaid The Heart-burning 

Cuing Anala,ch Shortnefs of Breath 

Spa^^thinnis, a marbharO j ^^ 

An Cinni, a Migrum The Megrim 
Toirtas an treas ciall Dotage 

Aotromas, Kois A Frenzy 

Bani, Cathach -' Madnefs 
Tromlighc The Night^marc 

Paiibnadh, Bathadh, Neul Fainting or Swomng 

A Nimhnachan, \ a Rheumatifm 

Ronnghalar j ■' 



> iTheEpil0e^ (Hr FaOitlg^ 



na Gealich . J c Jkknefs 

Paralcis, am Palfi TJr Palfy 

An 



i._ 



.( 27 ) 

An orcat an iogha ^e Cramp . 

Tinnis Airgid The Siher Squincy 

Ax Bhuighach . The Jaundice or Gulfot 

A mhead-bhronn • The Bropfy 

A Scurbhi, Tachis drim The Scurvy 
Coiligair , AChoUck 

Greim Ian Taobh SHich in the Side 

S oc-fcainadh, Maim-fiocc A Rupture or Rimburft 
Tinftis fiubhuil, plucis, 7 ^ p, 

Buinnach S 

Siubhul fola, Flannb- 7 ^^^,^^^ 

huinnach J ^ 

' A chlach f huail, no an-^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ^^y 

tinnis fuaiJ j x 

Fuaillei(ge,Cainge f huailc The Strangury 
Na Hemarodain, at no7 ^^^ rj l -j 

rith fola fim Mhas } ^' ^<^«^*'«'^ 

Caladich The Cough or Bofi 

Tuchadh no Rufgadh \ rj r r 

Cungi leighis, JL^ighis 7 p. , . 

fan Taobh a Sdgh J "^'SF* 

Ldghas- A Rmnedjf or Cure ' 

Culidh leighis ar tinnis, 7 ^ ^ .. 
Urcho% , *^ An Antidote 

Purgaid A Purge, 

Cliabh-fccithrach ., • AVomt trVomter 

Balgan Cliftaiir ' AClyfier' 

]3eoch eridinn* Deoch 7 . „ • 
leighis ^ Amotion 

Pile A PiU 

Fiidar purgacUche Purging Powden 

F(idarir6n, Soawfin Sneefing Pmder w Sw^ 

Sirap A Syrup 

Cennphui^aid . A Gargmrifim 

iSuldp A Ja^ 

Da Sabh 



) ■ 



-28, ) 

r A Sahe $r Ointment 

A Piaifter 
A Cataflajm 
A Tent 
A Phyjician 
A P^ficiatfs Fee 

> A Mountebank or ^uuk 



( 

Sabh no Oinnemeint, 

no Acfuinn Shuaite 
Ceren/Plafta 
Trait 
Gathcupc 

Leigh, qllabh Lcighis 
Tuaraftiai Leighaich 
Cleficlia, Scditicha, 

Lighiche 

XVIII. Do T'haobh Teagmhuifm aineamhack 
a Chuirp. Of the Accidents of the Body. 

Polla-chcannach Jolhheaded 

Plucnihailgheach Beetle-browed 

Maol, Scallach Bald 

Dair ^. BUnd 

Dalladh cun Purblind. 

Caoich, Cam Blind of an Eye 

Brachfhuilach, meath- ? n; . i ' 
MilacK f ^^'''^^ 

ich, Starrihpilach 



B(^har 

balbh *^ 

Fad-thpangeach 
Gaggach, Glugach 
Liotach, Manncach 
Gan f hibclan 
Mor-fhronach 
Blad-fhronach 
Pluicach, Teillach 
Sprelllach 
Cam -mhuineakch. 
Crotach 
Garrach 

Cearr no Ciotach 
i^tmhor. neamh^r 



Deaf 
Dumb 

iMg-tongued 

Stammering 

Lifping 

tootblefs 

Great-m^d 

FlaP-noM 

Blidhcheeked 

BlubberM 

Wrey-ntcked 

Bunclhbacked 

Qoar-belfyed 

Left4>andci 

Fat, : 



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i 



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( 39 ) 

Caoil, Tana do fheoil Lean 

Criplach, Clifpach Crtppk, 

Cam-chaiadi * Crook-kggi4^ . . 

Blcth-ghliHnach In-kneed^ 

XIX- Do TChaobh na n Ceadfadbatb foifiomakch 
& an cujparin. Of the outward Scnfcs aiul , 
their Objeds. 



Ceadfadh na Claiftine, 
no an Chlaiidachd 

An, radharc, no an feal- 

^ ladh 

Am Bias 

Am Boltracb, no am 
Boladh 

An Bheantain 

Fuaim 

Glionc, Gtioncariich 

Ciggar 

Dath 

Geal 

Duhb' 

Ghs. 

t)onii • 

Dearg 

Bui^)' Boi|^ 

Uatne 

-Gon^ 



} 



the Senfe of Hearifig 

The Senfe of Seeing 

The Senfe of Tafiing 

The Senfe of SmelUng 

The Senfe of Touching 

yl Sound 

A Tinkling 

A Whi^ 

A Cokm 

White 

Black 

Graf 

Btowh 

Red 

reUom 

Green 



it 



jf' 



^z< • 



l^irprir 



( so ) 

Purpuir Purfk 

I^rt-dhathach, I>rii-d-7 p„tWni.>«,»i 
hathach,DdMihathachi ' P«'i^<''^'i 
Boladh SmU 

FaUidh ciitnhri, Dedh- 7 . . ^-f. 

Tutht, Droch bhoUdh, 7 . « . . , 
aUeadhbrfin ^ A Stink 

ARetiJb 



Bias 

Milii 
Sparbh 
(Joirt, Gcur 
Tcath 

Aid, fliuch 

Tirim 

Tiugh, no Dubhuil 

Tanc 

Trorii 

Aotrom, eatrom 

Cruaidh 

Bog 

Righinn 

Brifg, Crion 

Coda), Suain 

Codal trom 

Caithris, Frdcedan 

Ailling, Bruadar 

Scranncrich, Smucil 

Meanamch 

An AUag 



SwM 
Bitter 
Sour 
Hot 

Cold 

Moifl 

Dry 

Thicks grofs 

Thin 

Heary 

Ught 

Hard 

Saft^ 

Tougk 

Brittle 

Skep 
Deep Sleep 

Wdtcbh^ 
A Dream 

Snorting or Snoring 
Tawnif^ or' Gaunting 

The matf 0r Zisk 



xaL2> 



y 



» • • r 

I 

XX. Do naoib Ceadfddha inmbeadbanach dn 
anamuinHj &c. Ot the Faculties of the Soul, 
PaiBons, &c. 

An Inntin, Mennuia ne ACnd 
An Tuigfe ^e UndetJMHiig 

An Mheomhair The Memory 

AnThiaU ^heWtt 

Majlis Mcnnuia, IK) l^p 

Macmenmna J -^ 

Am Brdchamhnis ^tbe Judgment 

An Chogois ^he Confcience 

AqToil n^0^tll 

Reuibn Reafin 

Fiofrachadh, Eolas Knowledge 

Ain-eoJas IgmraHce , 

Baroil, Baramhail Opimon 

Secharan, Dulioniarill, 7 ^ 

mearachd 3 

Gliocas, Crionnacbd, \ nm. 

Slighadairichd, Raklo- \ r^ t. 

Aiipidaichde FoUj 

Indeachd, Ealadhain Art 
Fionnachdin, Fein- 1 «,.,^-^^ 

f hiofmchadh J ^V^'^^^ 

Fulanga an' Aigiiidli) 1 

Cauechdin, na hiniv ( S^tbe Jlff^Sion pr Pdfflin 

tin, martha G^ilt r c ifAc^$ld 

Fuath, &c. J 

Jongands, Jonadh Mmiratim 

Meas Ejieeik 

Comh-olcas Dejpigbt 

Gaol»Gnudh ^iJie 



Gean-maithy Dubhrachd Good-will 

Fuath ^ Haired 

Grain, Scrcamh Abhorrence 

Miann, T*ogra Dejtre 

Dochas Hope 

Eagall, Fiamh Fear 

Giorag, Uamhunn Dread 

Earbla Trufl 

AnncarsWa Dijirufi^ 

Eud, no Eadach . Jealoufy 

Tcaruinntachd, Diona- \ « 

chadh, Ncamchuram J ^^^"^^ 

Danachd, Danadas Boldnefs 

Toirtfhairis, Aodochks Dijpair 

', Cbmharpais,Cotnhm6r.l -^^^^^^ 

tus ^ J 

Dealis, Teafghraidh Zeal 

Aitis, Gairdacha$, 7 ty 

Aobhnis ' / /^ 

Aighir, Mire, Meadhil Mrth 

Gaire, Gaireachdich « Laughter 

Gaidh, Sgolghairc * Excejfrve Laughter 

Athtxuas,, Truas, Trua-7 ^.^ n ^ fr 

^^ cantachd \ ^ Ptty cr Con^pqffm 

Dabhachas\ Sadnefs'^ 

Mulad, Bron, Dwlghios Grief 

Dibrigh, Dimbrigh, no7 r.^,^^, 

Dithmcas, Tair J ^(mten$t 

. Triuth, Farmed . Erfuy 

Aithrcachis, no Athri ^ Penitence 

Naire Shamt 

Feare Jnger^ 



Laian 



(33 ) ' 

Lafan cuthaich, no T p^„^ 
fcirge, Dihhf hcarg J ^^^ 
Dioglultas Revenge 

XXL Do liaoih na Subhaikmn. Qli Virtocs| 

Subhailcc, Deudhbhi^n A Virtue 
Crionnachd^ Gliocas Prudence * ^ 

Treimhdhirsuchd Sincerity 

Faidhidin P^tiepte 

Ceartas Jujlice 

Comhthrom . Equity 

Tnemc ' ^Fortitude 

Mcjd&rrachd, CeanfliSchd Tewperancc 
Diadholachd, Diaghi- 7 p.. . 
ghachd J -^ */ 

Coinud 

Maithis, Fiughantas, 

Toirbheartas 
Morilachd, Morchuis 
Taincolachd 
Aonfhilltachd, Saor- 

chriodhiche 
Siothbholtachd 
Saidoldachd, G»uif- 

naire, Clathnaire 
Cuirtolachd, Cuirtcis 
Aoidholachd, Biatachd 
Cairdis, Cairdolachd 
Sochomradhachd, Soir- 

bhachd) chtun a bhith 

csunt ris 
Uaiflc, Suairceas, 
Cdrdadh 
Coinolachd, Jochd- 

amhlachd 'Macau- 

tachd ^ 



Proiity 

J Bounty 

Magnificence 
Gratitude 

^ Ingenuity or Candour 

Civility 

J Bajhfulmfs 

Courtefy 

Hojpitality 

Friendfbip 

Affability 

Gentknefi 
Concord 




.. ( 34 ) 

Mdr-2Ugantachd. Mor-7 , , . .^, 

Fiughantas, Uaifla fola V 

& inn tin, Uaiflc > Generqfity 
_, gnecfae & gnioipha j 

^imhachd ^Umfi 

Seasbhachd, Cunnmhalas Fimmefs 

DichioU IHUgence 

Furachras, Mu%altachd Vigilance 

Caomhne, Deudh bhili'-^ 

lachadh, Deudh > Frugality * 

flicrift-ighe j 

MaHachd^ Aidhnairc Mode^ 

Mcalarrachd, Stuamachd Sobriety 

Riarachadhinntin^ 7 n^^,^^.^^. 

. Joilichachd J Contentment 

Geanimnighachd Cbajlity . 

' Naomhthachd H^linefs 

Creidanah * . Faith 

Scire, Oirchios Charity 

Iriflachd Humility 

Modhannan Manners 

Cleachdadh, Gnilh^* \ j n a 
achadh,Bithe J-^C«7?m 

Tuarafdil, Duais, 7 .# d^ j 

Luach4oirach J ^ ^^^^^ 
Moladh, Cliu Praife 

Toilachal-inntin,. Solas -Pteafure 
Onovt Honout 

Crcideas Credit 

AUa, lomradh Fam( 



Gidir 



( 35 ) 

Gloir, Moladfa Gbry 

Adh, noSonas Happinefs 

XXII. Do fhaobb Dbubbailcain, noDhob^. 
bertaimb. Df Vices. 

Coirc Cionta, Eagcoir A Fauk 
Oilbheim An Offence 

Droch-bhcri, Dabbailc A Vice 

Scannuil, Mafla ' A Scandal 
Pcaccadh ' A Sin 

Sloitirachd, Ainigaichd ^ FiUofrj^j JVickednefs 
Trom Chionta A Crime 

Cron, Eugcoir Anifguty 

Spiod, Tarcuis, Mafla An Affrorn 
GeurfhocuU, Buixian A Gibe 

Mithaighidin, Anfhuras Impatience 
Anaccartas : Inju/ltce 

GeaJltachd, Cladhairachd Cowardice 

Obuinnc Rajhnefs 

Feolmhoirachd, G)llid-7 ^ r r* 
hachd ^Senftuthty 

Saobh-chreidamh, Sa- 7 « ^ ^.^. 
obh-chmbhadh iSuperfttnon 

Anu%idhachd Pfofanenefs 

Anacreidamh, Dith- n 

creidamh^ Ncamh- ^ Infidelity 
Dhurachd . J 
_ Strothamhlaphd, Strapias Prodigality 
Sannt Covetoufnefs 

Scairap Laviffmefs 

B 2 ^ \riw- 



Frithairachd Peevihufs 

. cmdamh } lTi^i^»fs' 

Mi-naire Impudence 

Naimhddnis, Natnhad^s Enmty 
Miolguin, NKriiih ik&//r^ 

Aimhreite, niitiiiaclul Jiifcqri 
Goimh, Neofhas J^Grudgte 

Tuathlios A Calumny 

Culchainadh, Culchain-7 j..f^., 

Anabdachdamhlachd \ v ».. r 
Brautamhlachd f Haugbftnefs 

Ijcanjmdas, Jaian ' Saucinefs 

Kucis^ Cennardachd Arrogmce 

Gairgc, Buirbc . Fiercmefs 

Aniochd, mitlUqs oraehd 'Cr«rf/y 

Tomluas »- • . Ficklmfs 

Leifcc ' , Shth 

Somaltacbd, Dearmad Negligence. 

Ardan . , Pride ^ 

damhlachd " ^ Mbttum 

Mci% Drunkeme/s 

Craoisi Gionach ^ Gkttonf 

Anocur^n, Bickikum Anmtj 



m 



J 



( 37 ) 

Diomas, Anabrais, . 1^ jra 

Mighcamnachd, MCnost Unchnftnefs . 

XXIII. JDo Thaobh na nCeianncBotrtkamin a 
thoillas Bds. Of Capital Cruncs« 

Adbaltranas AMtery 

Tuitim on Chreidamh, 7 ^, 

^Kasl^i^tliiDb^itihafladli Bla^emji 
Briob, Cumha, agheab-7 jj^-^^^ 
hair ar fon DpbhKr( X 



Sracairachd 


Exfortion 


Mealltarachd 


lOeait 


Cealg 


Guile 


Striopachas 


Fbrma^^ 


Col 


incisit 


Breug 


A Lie 


Mort 


l^^Mer 


FionghaU, Mortaithair, 
no Mbrtmathlir ^ ' 


' > Parridik 


Eithach 


Perjuty 



Eigcan, Fuadach, Bcaft7 ^j^^^ 

do thabhairtarEigeanJ ^ 

Breth ar eigmn Ri^nf 

Reubakchd Cennairc " Rebellion 

Robarin ^ Robbery 

Spuinnadh an ionmhuis ? c^Afdbbttig $f the fpiiick 

Chqmanda 5 X ^re^j^e 

^Y^o V?^'''"^" I Sacrilege ' ^ 
* hold Robbumeaglaft J ^' 

Eidairdhcalachadh, o © jt.- 
Tuairgnadh \ ^'^tm 

Slmunachd, Reic no "7 

■y Cennachd withe Wr r $ynm^ 



.( 38 ) 

Braid, Mearle Th^t ' > 

Treas, Rfgh-f Kcll, ? ^ . ^ 

Troitarachd i ^^"^^ 

Alnnd^hemas, Ana- 1 ef 

'bhhiid 5 ^**^ 
Anariabh, Ularachd Ufury 

Buitfechas " Witchcraft 

* 

XXIV. Le n "tionnail Jip 4? Bbubbatlcaimh 
Cinnidh niach na. • By fucji Vices and Crimes, 
a Pcrfon becomes 

Chcalgairc jIn HypocrUt 

Ghcalltair A Coward 

Anacaithtcachs^, Stro- I > o^ jw ./• 

thaire / 3 ASpenithrtft 

Fhcrbrofcaili no G iodil A Flatterer 

Rinnadair, Chrcimadair A Carper or Spj-fmU 

Fhcrainchcrt, Dhrabh- ^ ^ rw. ;/ 

linnnaFhercuidachdi ^ ^^^^ 
Sgcigairc, Chujfh bhurta , A Buffcon 

Fhcr Brifcghloirich^ 7 ^ yj^^ 

Pronnchainntach ^ S '^ 

Poimr, Dhronc^r ^ A Drunkard , 

Ghionaire, Chraoilaire A Glutton 

Striopaich, Strobaide A Whore or ^trumpet 

Bean Chummorita A Harlot , 

Striopaich -mhaoir A Pimp 
Ncach do iompoidheas t 

on Chreidamh, Na-S- An Apofiate 

omhthreigach j 

Mhcalltair, Fhoiller A Cheat 

Roimhftallair, Fbcrmil-7 j z? ^a u^ 
lidh Margaidh- ' ^ ^ Foreftaller 

Bhreagaire A Liar 

yihormr v. A Murderer 

Mhortaif 



( J9 ) 

Reubalaich ' A Rsbel 

Throitair A Traitor 

Spuinnadair, Robair ARohber 

Thiolmdair, Feargher.^ ^ (, j.^ 

radhfporan 5 ■■ 

Anabhruidach» Thira* 7 jj- ^ 
^ naiche i 

Annriabhair, Ufidraich An Ujurer 

Fhera-bhuidlach A Sorcerer or Warluck 

Bhanabhuidiaich A Sorcerefsy or Witch 

Penos, Peanaifde A PmifhmerU 

Umhladh A Ene 
jComharitha Bithonlch,^ 

Lofgadh ar Ion > A Brand 

drochmhunaidh 3 

Croich A Gibbet or Gallows 

Fogra, Dibairt Bani/hmetu 

Glaflamh A Manacle 

Geambal A Fetter, 

Ceap A Pmr rf Stocks 

XXV. Bo ^haobh Eugfamhiachd Staidin.' 
Of the Diverfity of Conditions. 

Riaghlair, Toifach A Maffftrate 

Jochdaran A SubjeSl 

Moruafitl, Duine mor A Nobleman 

\ Cummonta, Rodhuinc A Conmonef 

Termonair, Patnin A Patron 

tKiifgioU " A Client 

BcaiSaglais, Cleirach X ^ r-j ^ 

Fer don Chl^ir * ^ Clergyman 






( 49 ) 

Ncbhchlcirach, Tuath, -> 

fer nach boin don > A layman 

Eaglais ^' 

Saoranach • A Freeman 

Traill A Slaue 

Maidhiftait A M^ 

Banamhaidhiftair A Miftrejs 

Seirbhifcich A ServM 

Saorie Ukrtyj Freedom 

Daorfe, Traillamhlachd Bmlage; Sb^iny' 
I>iine foluimte ^ A learned Man . 

Duine neamhoilenichda- An udmned Mim 
Duine bertach, Saimhair A rich Man 
Duine aimbeitach, bochd A poor Mm 
Daoine, Am p(ri)aU The feofie 

Na Mor Uaifle - ^e Nebitity or Peers 

Tuati, na Daoine cumonta ?%f Mmm PeopU 
Dioldeirca, Baiggdr A Beggar 

Duthchafach, Ncach a * 

bheirthair ina leithid i ^ Native 

io do thalamhy no 

Dhuthaich 

Coigrich, Allamharrach ^ A Stranger or Forei^ier* 

Fcr a mhuintair na jiaonY rx^, ^r^L.r'n ^^ 
Duthcha yOneofthefameCmary . 

Coimharfhach A Ndgbbour ' ' 

Companach, Caomhach A Companion 
Fer Conihuinn, Comiradi A Comer ad 
/Carid A Friend 

, XXVI. Do Ihmbb \ E&^amlaeU ehhmmin 
inhbey no Onoire. OC the Diverfity of Ranks. 

Ard U^chdoTM A SffMcim 



( 

Impire 
Bdnimpire - 

Kigh 
Bannrioghinn 

Prionfe 

Banaj^rionie 

Diuca 

Bandiuca 

Marcos 

Baiumharcos 

Jiarla 

'Baniarla, Omntaiiid 

Bhicos 

Banabhicos 

Morair 

Bana-mhorair Bati-tigh- 

earna 
Baran 

Banabharan' ^ 

Ridire 

Ridire re bheofhlainte 
Ridire oighreachd 
%uibhair, Sguair 
'ngheama 
Duine ualal 
Beanuafal 

Nuadhuafal, ijranach 
Cathairtbeoir, Tamhith 7 ^ Qfizen 

Baile mhoir J x 

-^uathanach, Teanoiita A[ Ccmtfyman 0r Thmn 
Burgpiach, no Buirdei-p - 

iach fer £u>r am Bailc^ ADcmfm or Burgepn 

mor V 

Fear Ceairde , A Trade/mm . 



Jvi Ewperor 
jpi Emprifi 
A Kir^ 

A^en 
A Prince 
A Princifs 
A Duke 

A Duicbcfi 
A Marqms 
A Marcbicneft 
An Earl 
. A Comtefi 
AVifcount 
A Vtfcomtefs 
. A Lord 

A Baron 

A Barmefs 

A Knight 

A Knight BMchehr^ 

A Knight Bar(me$ 

An EJqidre 

A Lsird 

AGMlenutn 

A Gentlewoman 

jhUiftart 



F 



X3CVa D$ 



{ 4^ ) 

XX VII. ih *rbiib$b Oijtgicbe on Stdtu, Of 
the Officers of State, &c. 

Fear ionaid R^o^ ut Viceroy 

RTogh thofgaircjTcach-^ 

dair, Riogh ^tio an> Jin Anhajfadof 

Stata^ L^aid <J 

A morair SeahnJilair The Lord Chancellor 

konur a Nionmhute nb,1 ^^ ^^ ^ j. ' 

an Sporan chumonta J -^ 

An ttird Choniyxull ^e Lord High ConftabU 

Maighaiftair na Neach The Ma/ler of the Vorfe 
Caiptin a Ghairdt 72^ Captain of the Guards 

AGhius/nebghefieralta^-% * » 

ard fihreidiamh na > The Lord "Ji/^ice-Geh&at 

neioncinnin bafor J 
Comharlaich diomhair A Pmy ComfeUcur 
Duinc ualal Seomair "j cA Gentleman vf the Bed* 

Leapa n Righ jf . \ Chamber 

Cuirteir A Coptrtier 

Morair a Reftair, ho^ 

Morair a Mhcomh* S- The Lord-Regifier 

Iruinnaich ^ 

Morair Cleirach Cyirt f 

wQi«rtai8,noClci->- The Lird Jufiice-Clerk 

rach tjicifheii 3 

Ani Thcfcal an Riogh fbe Kh^s Solicitor 

Sioiicral 



C 43 ) 

^T^h "^^ "" ^- ""f 5i* General cf the im 

Ard fher glcuta an 7 c^^ General Receiver^ 

ionnmhuis chumonta S \ Cajh Keeper 
Morair Leo^hann RighO 

aig armabh, ho Arm^C C^e Lord Lym King, ae 

riogh Cearin pa Sioth- y^\ * Anns 

mhaor * 

Siothmhaor, Ard mhaor? ^ rr 7 j ,, '/. 
ricKth ^ A Herald or PurfevmU 

Maladair, na n Cufinuinn A Farmer of the Cuftoms 
Fcr tionail a Chufmainn"^ CA ^ax^Qatiierery or Cql- 
no Dkuillinnin Righ J \ leSlor of the Cufhms 

» 

XXVIIL Dofthaobb FuirmGui'bkeirneoiracbd^ 
Schomhtharigha onorache. Of the Forais of 
Gk3!vcmp[ient, Enfigns of Honour, 0*f» 

Aonflaidieachd, Guib- ? 

hcircnoirachd an \ A Monarchy 

Laimh aon duinc 
Impirachd An Empire 

Ric^hachd A Kingdom 

Earfhlaith^achde Guib-^ 

hcimepir achd an ]La- C Ah Arijiocracy 

imh na nuaiflin . S 
Comhfhlaithcachd, '^ 

Guibcirneoir, achd / C A Democracy or Common- 

an Lamhuilj;h a Chu-C I wealth . 

monto 
Crun, Coroin ACroum 

Crun ric^hoil A Ksn^s Crown 

Blathflca%, Atan A Garland 

Suaichcantas na Riogh- 7 j e--*/-^ 

achd Rioghchoibh X^^^^P^ 

• * ■ 



( 44 ) 

Em^rfogh, Tnifcanj ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

rioghoU ' i ^Throne 

Kirlcmeint Highail ^ A ParUament 

Gearradh, t)uilinile, Ciqs A Tax or Tribute, - 
Cufinunn Iwfoft 

^^ <=«°"' •*^'* } P«lt»«9 - 

XXIX. JCte ThaobhCuirt Cbearfuis. Qf a Court 
\ of Jurtice, &c. 

Cuirt chcarcis ^ A Court of Jujiice 

^reithamh ' * A Judge 

Ladha, Sefeoin X ^^^ 

"Feaf do mhorairin an* 7 ^ r j \r r /r 
tlhcfebin ; ' ^^Z^dofS^ 

rofhuidhthoir, ard-' > , p„^ . , 
mhorair, an tfliefeoin J ^ ^'''.^ 
Adhna, Adbbocaid ^ Moocatt or 

Fer Lagha J( Lawyer ' 

I'rocadaii' jiPro3or ■ 

Cleirach A Clerk 

Scriobhidair, Scriobhncir A Writer 
Notair - -<rf Notarie , 

Marafcal }agha»fcriobhneir ^ ^^ ^^^ 
^ Tagfoir, a fear t^ftt A Purfuer 
Feardiona, liriii/ ' The lief eniir 
Mafeir,'Fear g^tfihlsun ^ 
'^ .§laue Suaichuitttais ^ A JMace^earer 

^ ' . Dorfcit 




t » * '. 



( 45 ) 

Porfeb A Door-'keeper 

Maor, Maioir righe A Mejfenger 

BoUfair, Fear gafrm Ciliirtc A Crier 

UnxM an air©d . ^ A Surety in Mmey-nuttter 

prros an OS& mot 7 C A Surety in a crimindl 

Chionnta S \ Matter 

Bann thaw hMWudh^ m\ jt o^^^^r a^.^,^. 

F6ra,Bfeince ^ ^^^^ 

Baira" -<4J?tfr 

Cuift ' A Com 

Shirraimh ^ A Sheriff 

Depeid an . Tfirraimh A Sheriff-depute 
Guifocis na Siochaini; , A Jujlice $f ^Peace 

XXX. Do T^haobb Riaghlorin Baikmargaidh, 
Of the Magiftrates of a Burgh, G?f . 

Probhthuift A Provoft 

B^iili ABaiUie 

Dcaghan BaUe mhoir, | ^ ^^ ^.^^ 

no na maneonte j •' 

Trdliner fear a orhleuta ^ 

ionnmhuis Bailcm- ( acw" a* r . 

hargddhionnmhu- .M^'^-^^'*^^''- 

ibir -^ 

Brughaidh fcr domhu.7 ^ ^^ 

iiLtair a bhaile mhoir J -' 

Tamhi, fcr Comhni An Inhabitant 
Malfhluadh, Morfhluadh A Muhitude , 

Teajghlach A Famify 

Fear an Tighc ^e Good-man 

Bean an Tighe ^^e Goodrwifc 

Fear na Fardoicjhe A Hoft 

A^adh ^ AGueJi 



( 46 ) 

Priofon, Carcair . A Prifon ^ 

Maor priofoin A Jaykr 

Maor-Boile . • ATown-Offictr 
Crochadair A Hangman 

XXXI. Do Timik Sheirbbeijhaicb na m6r 
Uaijlin. Of the Servants of a NDbleman. . 
Bailli no Shiamarlan ABMie or Cbumberlam - 

^"^S*"^*^' ''°^*'} ^ Co^^^a^ or Steward- 
Goctnann, Fortheachdair Ah ljfi>er or GerUkman 

Giolla Copain, fear \ AC^tartr 
, guimhlan a Qiupam J ^ ^^ 

^fe°''* ^^ ^°^°''^}. ^ C«^«-ff- 
Ca^b^rFcargearridhj. ^^^^ 

Barradhriopair, Butileir , ./f jB«^iljr 
Peidfe na Honaraiche A Page of Honour 

Buaijchilla Seomair A Valet de Cbambre 

GioUe Coife, Gio\\txvAit A Footman or Lackey 
Giolleach . ' A Horfe-Groom 

Carix)ir, TearaChoidfe A Coachman 
Fear grdtfeid na Neach 7 > b /iv 

Coidfc J ^ ^«^'^''^ 

Dorlbir A Porter 

Cocaire A Cook 

Sguille, Giolla Ciftin A Kitchen4oy 



( 47 ) 

XXXir. Ho liaoib Bhdnbgkicbain. Of 

Women-Servants. 

Banogkch, Beanchom-7 ? A fFaiting-Maid or 

haidaichd' ' J ^ GentUwmm 

Beanuafil A Getukwonum 

M^n^dhcafighe noj ^ ^^.^^ , ; ^ 

Banaltnun ANurfe 

Banaltnim thirim A Dry-Nurfe 

Banachocaire A fTcman-Cook 

Maidmnn choc^e A CookrMaid^ ' 

Bean Nighc A Landrefs 

Tuarifdal A Fee 

XXXIIL Do iTbaobb huchdceairde & an Ac- 
Juinne. Of Tradcfmen and their Tools, &c: 

Poitigir An Apothecary 

Fear dheanamh Arm, % ^ ^ ^ o j 

no dhealachadh ' i ^n Ammrer ^ Sword- 



}i 



Chlaodhcanna J " -^SfiP^- 

^ T6^L'' ^'^^' } ^ Baker or Baxter 

Tigh foinc A Bake-boufe 

' Amhuinn An Oven 

Criathair pluir A Botdter 

Lofid, Clar fuinc A Kneading-trough 

Crahn, Lcathnicha, -> ^ -n iv n- 

Crann fuine j * 

SUiaifid Bacftair A Baker^s Peel 

Scuileir, Sguab imhunnc . A Mandkin or Scullion 
, Bancair, Cerbufair A Banker * 

Bcrridairy Bearrthudair,7 v » i ' ^ 
•• Barabair J ABarber . 

Buth 



■ I 



J- Sweet Powder 



i 48 ) 

B6th Barab^r ^ A Barber^ s Shop 

Ealtuinn^ Scianbhear- 7 • 

rthu, Bcarrifcwi^ V. A B/ifir 

Bearrthog . ^ 

Spiladair,FarunnSpion-7 p. . 

aidh, ' J ^ 

Faruhn Eafidh , A CriJpivglroH 

Ffidair Cunthi Deu- 

dhbboiltrichde 
F«tr Dheaft^mh Phaf. ? ^^^^^^^^ 

cairt . . J 

Criofadair, Feardhca-^ 7 j j,.^ j_ 
namhChrios } ^ Belt.m0ier 

Gabha, Gabha iaruina A Black Smith ' . 

Ceardach A Forge or Smithy 

Inneoin An Atvil or Stithy 
Clar no Ammar Fodhairt A Trough 

Builg Shcadidh A Pair of Bellows 

Scroghc no Rothc A Screw or Vice 

Ord, Gennair A Hammer 

UmadapinoSradagan? <tbe Sparks or Sades cf b^n 
laruinn J ■'^ ' . 

Eigha, liobhan ' AFde 

Tarang, Tarann A Nail or Tackef 

Fear Cheangil I^h-7 ^ ^.^^^ 

richin J 

Fuidradhi Glaodh Pqfie or Batter 

Leabharchlair Cuibhrige Pqfte^ards or Pafe-board 
Marfonta Leabhrichin, -^ 

Fcdra arcic Lcab- ^ A Bookfeller or Stationer 

hrichin . ^ . 

Fear Dheanabh Bhqin* 7 SA BomieSfnaker or Bat^ 

aid no Auchain j L nutkar 

BrochcaiT;, 



'^ 49, ) 

" Brochcair, Brcbanaiche, ? . „ , „ , 

Cludhtair J ^ ^^^'^"^ ^ ^'^"^^ 

Boghadair A Bowyer 

Ceard Unga, no Praificlle A Bryter \ 

Grudaire A Brewer 

Clach Chreadhadh, Bric^ jBr/Vi^ 

Atha. Bhrice, Bricfhoirn -^ Brick Kih 

Feolacjair Buitfeir A Flejher or Butcher 

Tigh Cafcuirt Cruidh^ 7 ^ nr , ,_ , ^ 
irothigh , ' i ^ Skugbt^-hufc 

Saor, Crannalithc A Carpenter or Wright 

- Tuadh An Ax 

Tal An Hatchet or Eecb 

Samhdiach, no Cas ^he Helve or Shaft 

Riaghail A Rule 
Cernriaghuil^ Stjuaibheir A Sq^uare 

Lfonnen Locridh A Lrjel 

Gohhirreang A Pair of Con^affes 

Sabh Toiriolg A Saw . • 

SabhSgribe , A Whip-faw 

Tora An Augre or PVimbk 

Sniomhaire,' no Moircal A Turrel or Burrel 

Toll Tora A fVtmbk Hole 

Scaihadh Deifgadh A Chink or Rift i . 

Grianfcaradh, Brianfca-7 jr^^^j^ 
^ radh Scagadh Pefc J ^ ' . 

Scoltadh, Scoiltcn A Slit 

Simidc, Farachan, Ord A Beetle or Mall 

Geinn, Farrichc A Wedge 

Locair A Plane 

G Gilb 



{ so ) 

GUb ji Cbi/lei or Former 

Glaodh Glue 

Crannurainn yi Pin offload 

Sliiagin nb Spealltin Sfelts or Speals 

Scta^^ Laonfe, j. ^ j^, . 

Rinnbhcarrthog A Biftory 

Jarratichc A Probe 

Spiitan, Sdcalladair, 7 ^ c • o • ^ 

Scioldcn i A Syrtnge ,r Situn 

'^'l^^'^''^^'^- } A WatclnmAer 

Brog-Chludaire, Fer \ a n ti^ 
OiaradhBh^^ j- ^ C^&r 

l**earDheanamhChiadh7 ^n ra* 
Miiis I AConfemoner 

Cupajr A Cooper 

CcarcuU A Hoop or Gird 

tlar Saithaich ^e Staf of a Cask 

Fear Dheanamh Scian 7 jr^tttler 

no Rafor J 

Maighaiftar Damhfa A Dancing Ma/ler^ 

Scoil-damhia A Dancing School 

Combthional go Damhla A Dance or Ball 

Gighis "*• A Mafquerade 

Ropdhamiair A Rape-dancer 

^"Z^^^""^''^'} An KmbroiJerer 

Eachliaghj Lighich Each A Farrier 

^ZS^^'"^ ^^- } A Fencing Majier . 

CUod- 



. ' • / t 



■ . ( 51 ) 

Oaodhamh Foghlan- 1 ^ . j- 
nuichc Bliuaid J AFkuret 

Ja%sur AFtJher 

^^cJS^'Ife^- } ^*««- 

Slat-iafgcaich AFtfinng-rgd 

Dr^^, Dorgha j. ^j^^^.^^ 

IXibhan ^ A Hook 

Frithialg, Biathadh 7 .^^^ 

Biriafg J ; 

.Mprghe Efguinn - ^» Ed-jpear 
Uon . -^ JV5?/ 

Fleifdeir A Fletcher er Anmthmdker 

Pethairt, Foriair, For- \ ^ p^^^ 

Fear Thiligadh Pho^ / 

itin, &c. a Molldair,r A Founder 

Leidhadair ^ 

Eunadair A Fowler • 

Seocair, Seabhcair A Fakoner 

Intlcachd a Mhcalladh \ ^ r ^^^ 

Eun, Shcabhaic J -« ^^^ 

Blaodh eun . A BirdrcaU , 

Bioth eun ^BirdrUme 

Goifiie, Pcinntcal, " 1 j m^ ^^ n^ 
Tailm, Ribc ^AQtnorGtrn 

Scalg laltog Bai-fowHttg 

MuiUair-Luaidh,Tucadair A Fuller or fT^ker 
Scinnair A Furrier or Stitmer 

liofsur, Gardinoir A Gardiner 

(ieibc, Spaid A Spade 

Sgnoban, Radb, RtOa A Rake ' 
PannaanAoannaUi&aiche AWaierm-pan 
Cilphlcadhag AiXWc ' 

Q 2 . Cbdi 



( 52 ) 

Clachchaarfgaidh, 7 ^ ^^^^.^ ^^^^^ 

Comhnirticha i ^ 

Glainadair ' A Glafter 

Lamhuinnair, Fear \ /i Cf ^ 

Dhcanamh Lamhann 3 

Orcheard 4 Gdld-fmith 

Buth orcheaird A Gold'fmith*s Shop 

Grabhailtiche, Graifuir A Graver 

Culaidh Ghrabhaiaidh, 7 j,^ - a* i 
T%' - c A Gravmz Tool 

Gabhan Ghunnachan, 7 ^ >, r -^l 

Gunn^dair - J -^ ^ 

Sealgair A Hunter 

Lion Sealgair A BunUfs Net 

Bate, no Bachujll Sealgair A Hunter^ s Staff 
Seudair A Jeweller. \ 

Cleliche A Juggler 

Clachair A Mafon 

FcarGhearradbChlach,? . c\^^\..,./^ 
oL. 1. JL 1 • c A olone-cuttcr 

Ciachdhuaelair J 

Giochthochailtiche, fer ? . G>uarrier 
Bhuinnig Chlach J ^ ^^^arrter 

Ocamhleag,Fuinnlaichath A Leaver or Gavehck 

Sitheaf, Spainaoil A TrojveU 

Aol Ume 

Aol, Gan Bhathadh ^ick Lime . . 

Scafal A Scaffold . 

Marfonta, Ceannuighe A Merchant 

Beanghluine, Bean- 7 j -Ajrju r 

fhrithakidh ^AMdmfe /. 

Peintair, Delbhl}Qb]>oir ^Painter 

. pcinfil. 



( 53 ) . 

Aolphlifta, plaftiich A 'Parget or Plaifier 

Caumhfarichc, Fear ler-i 

gadh url^r [no ChaurS- 4 P^^ or Caufey-Laj^ 

mhfairin 3 ' 

Fairchc chloch. na 7 ^ d * 

Chaumhfairin J ^ Rammr v 

Fear dheeahamh no reic^ 

neithe Deudhebhol- S* A Perfum^ 

trach . 7^ 

Peodirar A Peutberer 

Criadhadair, Piggadair, ^ - y. 

FcarDheanamh phoi-s A Potter or Pigg-maker 

tachan > 

Criatha oibridhairhde. A^otter^s Clay 
Poll Criatludh ACHay^Pii 

Soithach criathaidh An earthen Pot 

Clodhadoir, Printair A Printer 

Cranntfennte, Printoir A Printer^ s Prefs 
Coirdealiche, Ropidair 7 j » ^ i 

tcardheanamhPhallJ ^ ^'-«w*«- 
Dialladair A Saddler 

Greufiche A Shoemaker 

Buth Greufiche A Shoemaker^ s Shop 

Minidh, Snathad, Bhroig An Aul or Elfin 
Jallin, Cainib fhuaid- 9 ' • 

bail, Soath fuaidhail /* A Shoemahn'sl^rtei 
greafichc ^ * 

Ceip, Bonnchununidair A Laft 
X^thrach . Leather 

I^cbrach cartith . . Taifncd Leatker 

StiaU 






( 54 ) 

Sdall no Jail do Leadiair A Liafb 
Ceanncheoladair, Ma- 

ghaiftair a tbe^gaic^ A Singini-Maftir 

Seinn 



Sdiataii^ 

Fidaiche 

Delbhchluichthoir 

Staidibir 
Jonid Deibhchluicb^ 

Staidfe 
Dealbbadair, Fe^ 

dheanamh, dhdbh. 
Jomhaidh, Dcalhh 
Snathad 
CroSnathaid 
Sn^fiachan 
Meaian 
Sifor 



A Slater^ or Sclater 
A Soo^fafcr 

^ AStage-fU^ 
\ A Stage 

> A Statuary 

A Statue 
ANeeMe 
A Needk'Eyi 
A Needfe^afe 



A ^Tmmbk 

A Pair tfSciffars w Sheers 
Giadh TaiUer, Tandnn 7 ^^ i • ^ r 
. TaiUcr X ^%^^ ^^fi 

Snatham, Siudi fiiadhail A Threed 

Fear Ouutadh^ Lcath- 1 ^a^ 

> ATanner 



ruieh, Sudire 
Ofdair, Tabhairncir 
Ccard 
Tuaimdr 
Bofdan^ Bogfe 
Brcabaidair, Fiighadair 
Cathan aodich 
Bsait fhigh 
Sliim 

SfAl , 

Jtachan 
Caoird, Ceaird 
Fear ccairdc 



ATavemer 

ATtnkerorTifdder 

Afumer 

A Box . 

Ambfter 

A Web 

A fTeemer^j TJom 

^IheWuMfs ^buttle or 
Spool ' 

ASinedk 

A Trade • 

ATradefinoM 

Fogh, 



{ 



( 5^ / 

: Foghl^nte A Premke 

Foghlainte a chuir a 

ftigh, aontc Fogh-C . «y„«„,^„«^ 

laintc alg a LairahC ^ /f«^^»9»^ 

, fcin ^ 

T^-oibraich A fFark^mfe 

Bailoibrach, Balkc fiiinn A T0OI « 

XXXIV. Do "thaohh neitbe TochailttUb & 
MeinMicbd. Of Foffiks and Minerals. . 

I 

Ndthc tochailtacli F(ffils I 

. Mcinnghne, Talmh- \ %^ ^ 

Salpitir Salfeire ^ 

, Alam Ahn 

Coppur Cffppgras 

Pronnuic, Riubh Brnnfimit 

Maria Marl 

CaUc Cba^ 

Riudhchailc Oksr 

Finiche Jet 

Arfaaig ^ Arfi^ck 

Luaidhe ge^al White-ksd 

Luaidhe Dubh Black Lead or Keelaoedu 

Ba%luath ' Verntilion 

Cearddhearg RuMe cr Ked 

XXXV; Do "Jthaoih Chloch. Of Stones, ©r. 

Qach^ A Stone 

Clach flircthuill, Gaireal A free Stmt 
Ailmh^ Clachtheine A Flint Stone 

Clach iim bith teinc A Fire S/vm 

^ A QJoch-iiul ?fe LooMone 

Dearbhag ^ A%miificHe 

'' -: ^ ~ ' ■ ;CIack 



Clach mharmuii: 
Alabaftcir 
Crioftil 

Glome, GUinc- 
Omar 
Gix)ichal 

Fuilfiofri, Sligftrd, 
MinchlacH 



( 56 ) 

A Marble Stane 

Cryftd 
Glafi ' 
Amber 
Coral 

C A Pumice Stone 

Sclate 



Scliata 

Brie, ClacK chreadhadh Brick * 

Til,*^ Leac chreadhadh 7 ^., 

go tubhadaireachd S 
Grigag, Spruidghainanih Pebhte 
Emmiri, clach finior Emry or Emerit 

Gainibh Sand 

Brodghainbhach Grmet 

Clachthochailt , • A Stone-^garry 

Slochd Gainbhiche A S(mdrpit 

Slochd morghain AGraroeUpt 

XXXVI/ Bo Thaobb Chkcbin PriofoiU. Of 

precious Stones. 



Clachbhuadhach, no 

phriolbil 
Neamhunp 
Daiman, Adamaint 
Sapair 
Smarag 
Agt>id 



J- Aped 



ecious Stone 



A Pearl 
AHiainond 
A. Sapphire 
An Emerauld 



An Agate 

XXX VII. Do Thaobh Mhitailtin. OfMcttak 

MItailte, Mitail Metal 

Or Gold 

Airgaid Siker 

Airgaid beo S^tfick-fiher . 

Airgaid ruadJi, Coppair Copper 

' . . Unga 






<S7 ) 

Unga, Priifeach ^ Bra/s 

Jaruinn air a Stiinaidh Laiien 



Jarunn 


Iron 


Cruaidh, . Staillinn 


Steel 


Jarunn geal, Scain 


Ttn 


I Aiaidhe 


Lead 


Meinn Luaidhe 


Jjead-ore 


Fcodair 


Pewter 


Meirg lanunn 


Ruft of Iron . 


Sal unga 


RuftofBrafs 


Meinn oif 


Gold-mine 


Mcinn Airgoid 


A Silver-mine 


Meinn Jaruinn 


An Iron-mine 


Mcinn Unga 


A Brafs-mine 


XXXVIIL Do rhaobb Phlantin 6? Luidbi 


bhain. Of Plants and Herbs. 


Planta 


A Plant 


I^idh 


An Herb 


Cruineachd 


Wheat 


Cruineachd, finealta 


FineWhtai 


Seagal 


Rye 


Eorna, Oirna 


Barley or Beat 


Coirce 


Oats 


Pcflair 


Peafe ^ ' 


Ponair 


Beans 


A phonair Airnach 


A Kidneyibean, 


Reas 


Rice 


Peffair luchag 


. Lentils 


Peflair chappuill 


Vetches or Fetebti 


f*6r ma mbi CochuU 


Pulfe 


Arbhar 


Com 


Gart, Gort, Arbhar ai 
abhonn 


1 Standif^^im 


Grainnen, no Spiligen 
Arbhair 


' X. d Grain <$/ Corn ■' 


•^ - 


a., , tur^ 



/ 58 ) 

lAirp, no Coinlcn At^T ,^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^ 

bbair J . , 

aig, no gath dubh 7 ^j^^ ^^^^ ^y ^^ 

Arbhair J -^ 

R6fg no CoguU an Y 5^^ ^^^,^^ ^^^ 

Arbhair j • -^ 

^^bhSr ^"^ *" } ^' ^-^^ «- ^'''»^ ^/ Corn 

SMlag, np' B^le ■> j ^^^ of Peafe or Beam 
Peflraich no Poinaire j -^ -^ 

MoU a^/ 

Comhlach Strd^ 

XXXIX. Do Thaobb Luidhain Poiti. Pot- 

Hcrbs. 

FatTufcag An Arcbicbeke 

An Bitis ^he Beet - 

AmBorfach,.«nBarO ^^^^, 

An Tormafi Clary 

Cal Cokwort Kail 

Cal-colag / Colly- Flower 
Cal-cearflach Cabbage 

Biolair Cr^j 

An Eanich gharridh Endive 

An Goirgcn garridh Garlick 

A Liatb ♦ Let lice 

Liathlus Mugwort 

Uinnen ' ; jin Onion 



,/ 



, ( 59 } 

Uinnen beg, no Slbbon A tittle Onion or Sjl^ 

Fcaran, Soirt do Lcicfe7 ^. 

fiadhain * ^ ^^'' 

Peirfeal Parjley or Parfil 

Am Purpi Purjkn or Pvi$fio 

A Gharbhag gharraidh ScFoory 

Sailcid A Shalot 

Sealbhagin, Puinneogin Sowroks or Sorrels 

Am Bloinigen garraidh Spimage 

Lus an tfhiucair Succory ^ 

XL. Do Thaobb ntheacanin. Rgot?* 
Curran buighc, Miuran A Carrot 

A Chno thaJmhiun 1 j„ ^^tb-Nut 
Braon^n twichlaig J 

Parfiieap, miuran gcal A Parfmp 

Parfncap Dearg A red Parfmp 

Neapi Ncip/Tuirneip A turnip 

Buntatfc , Potatoes 

An Curran Dearg AoMJh or Rifard * 

Crunlagin Skirrets or Crommacks 

-Dinfear • Ginger ' 

XLL Do Thaobh Luidbain & Blatbain 
Leighais. Phyfical Herbs and Flbwcrs. 

A Gheurog bhilaich \ j * ' 

A Murrdhraidhean J ^grtmon. 

An Aingcalag * Angelica 

Ainis Annife 

An Afair Afarabacca , 

A Ghluineach, am Pcrfie Arfmart 

Ic, Bailm . Balm 

Lus mhic Beathag Betony 

r> __ ^^ n^ • 5^ blue Bottle or Uue 

Currag na Cuaig | ^^^ . 

Am'Boglus Buglofs 

Mac an Dogha ^e BwrdQQk 



( ^o ) 

Giathdan, Cladan A Bur . 

An Leifgcan A Burnet or Pimpernel 

A Chamemhil Camomil 

Ou^bhi • Caraway or Cany 

An Ceannruadh Celandine 

Aa»d.BhioUch. y^^ 

Lus a Chalumain Columbin 

An Gaflan Grcannachair CpltsJ'oot or ^uffilagt 

Lus a Choire' Coriander 

Ljus mhiQ Cuinicn Cumin 

• Lus a Chromchinn Daffodil 

Di then Garridh, Nbinen A Daisy 

An Dithcn Fiadhaich, 7 ^ j^.jj • . ^ 

. Fiacuill Lcoghumn J ; ^ 

Dithcn Boighc an Arbhair Darnel 
Pile Di/l ^ 

Lus a Phiobbair Dittawf - 

Copag, Copagach v A Dock or Docken 

An Ailliunn Elecampane <. 

^Riifc ^^'' ^'"" *" } ^^'^#' 
An Fhcandag Ghreugach Fenegreek 
XiUs an tfhaoi ^ . Fennel or Finkk 

-An Deatach Tlialmhann Fumitory 
An Darag Thalmhann Germander 
Lus Leth an Tfhamhraidh A GtUy -flower 
Grunnis Groundfil 

Cas Moidhaiche Hares-foot 

An Elibair, pon Fu. .1^,;^^^, 
dau: Sron J 



An Dtheodha 


Hen-bane 


Ob 


Hops 


A Ndr|i 


HoiffiMek or Fowes 



Ihn 



( 

Ifop 

A Ghlulneach Bheg 

An Lothair 

lile 

Lus na Sithchaimh 

Lui^h an Liguir 

An Gropis 

Godalian 

Lufmari, a Bhilich 

Chuighc 
An Tflictbhag 
A Morf hliogh 
An Err-thalmhuinn, a 
' Chathairthalmhuinn 
Mioniic, an Girtil 
Mirr 

Denntag no Feant^g 
liijs na Hoidhche 
Earbuill an Eich 
Lus na Spainhe 
Lus a Qhalla 
A Phinhe-rioghoil 
lijs Phoinnc ' 
A Chuach Phadrig 
An Cromahis 
A Mhbeilbhag, an 

Cochcifoide 
An Xihobhrach 
Am Buaghallan Baighe 
jRurgoid 
Rds 

Riigh . 
Cfoch 

Amarich, Afcurbhi 
Lus na Smalag 
^eatjichallcuinn 



6i ) 

HyJJ?p 

Knot-ffrafs 

Lofvender 

AUlfy 

Loofe-Jlrifi 

Ltfuage 

Mallows 

The Manirgh 



c Marygold 



« ■ • /.«. 



Marjoram 
, Mqfter-wort 

r Milfoil or Tarrow 

Mnt 
Myrrb 
\ A Nettle 
Nigbujhaie 

Horfe-tail or^Paddoch-ppe 
l^ellitory of Spain 
Pellitory of the Wall 
Fenny-royal 
Piony 
Plantane 
* Poppy or Chefs-bow 

r Corn-foppy or Cock-bead 

The Primrofe 

Rag-wort 

Hhuhari, 

ARofe 

Rue 

Saffron 

Scurm-Grafs 

Smamge 

Southern-woo^ 



( 62 ) 

Lus an Fhucadair Tea/el or Fuller* s-tkftk 

Foghaiman A Tbijlk 

Ambog Ghiogan Sow4hiftk 

Tiome lljyme 

Lus Mhic Righ Brdttuinn Wild-tbym 

An Mhongach Mhear iTjfe Hemlock 

Tombachce no Tombace tobacco 

An Tlheamair, Antfhc-7 „» ^ .v 



amarag 
Tuliop 

Trombhod, Bherbhain 
Fuath amhadidh 
An Gorman 
Buramaid 
Uon 

Corcach, Cainabe 
Luachair, Buignach 
CuUc, Gilc 
Cuilc reamhar, Cranii 

Cuilce, Cean 
Fcur 



or Clfover 



} 



Tulip 

Vervain 

fTohes-iane 

Wood 

Wormwood 

Flax or Lint 

Hemp 

Ruby orBuHru/b 

Reed 

Cane 

Grafs 



XLII. Do T%aobh Luibbain Neambiomldn. Im- 
pcrfcft Herbs. 

Balag Lofguiunn, fas 

na haon Oidche 
Bolgan beicach 
Raithneach 

Mointeach, no C6innach 
Faifgean, Cluaran 
Feammuinn 
Dailiofg 

Slac-mhara, Stamh 
Ait a fas Staimh 
Alt a tas. Raithneach 
Alt a tas Lilichan 



}Sa Mufhrotn or Paddock- 
\ ftool 
A Fuzball 
Feam or Break 
Mofs or Fogg 
A Spunge 
Wrack 
Dilfe 
A Tangle 

A Place where Tangles grow 
A Place where Fears grow 
A Place where UUies grow 

Alt 



Ait a fas Uinncnin 

Cuiilcthamnack 

Luachairnach 

Ait a fas Sailchuach 



( 63 ) 

J Place where Omms grm 
A Place where Reed grows 
A Place where Ri/^s^ow 
A Place where Violets grow 

XLIII.Do ^aohh Preashaimaicb no Rafcbrann. 
Of Shrubs * 

Prcalaniach, Rafchrann A Shruh 
Ffcas na n Geardhhcarca The Birberry-bu/h ^ 
Fraoch no Lns na n 7^ f 5r2>^ Belberry or Blaeberry- 

S L bu/b V 
^be Bramble 



dearcag 
Dreis na Smiar 
Draighionn Condreis 

A Sciothach 



Beali, A mheali 
G)nis, Conhifg 
Preas na n Capar 



The Brier or Thorn 

{The White-thorn or Haw- 
thorn 
Broom 

FurJkrfnins 
The Caper-bt/^ 



Kodh na n Groifcad ^^'^ ' *^" 
JFraoch Heath or Heather 

A Sealamin Jejfamine 

Aitiol, An tuibair bcinne Juniper 



Eidhionn 

A Maide milis 

Mirciol 

Am Priobait 

,Preas Subh Craoibh 

Preas na Ros 
^MarRos 
u A Samhan 



Ivy 

Dquorijb 

The Afyrtle 

Privet 

The Raffberry-iff/b 

TheRofe-hu^h, 

Rojenlenj 

The Savifi 



Preas 



Freas na Suithag 

Fionchrann, Fion 

eamhuinn 
ftcafurnach ^ 

I>rei£imach 

Miortuillnach 
Roiamach 
FiQneamhnach 
Fraochurnach no Sliabh 



} 



6+ ) 

{^e Strawberry er jirbnt- 
tret 

the Vint 

A Place where Shrubs grow 

{A Place where Brambks 
grow 
A Place where Myrtles grow 
A Place where Rofes grorj^ 
A Place where Vines grow 
A Place whereHeather grows 



XLIV. Di Tbaobb Chranndbbmeafa. Of 

Fruit-Trccs. ' 



Crann, Craobh 
Craobh Amoin ' ^ 
Craobh AbhaiU * 
Crann Apricoc 
Crann Siris no Silin 
Craobh gheanm Chno 
Crann Sitroin 
Crann Coirncil 
Crann Daite, no Pailm 
Crann Fioguis, no Fiogog 
Craobh Fffibeirt 
Crann Cailtinn 
Crann Limoin 
Crann na Maoldhearc 
Crann Neochdair 
Crann Ola, Olag 
Craobh Ola f hiaghaiti 
Craobh Orainis 
Crann Fheitfachan 
Craobh Phcar 
Craobh PhlumlM 



A tree 

the Aimondtree 
An Apple-tree 
An Apricock-trec 
A Cherry-tree 
A Chefnutrtree 
the Citron-tree 
the Cornel-tree 
the Date-tree 
the Fig-Tree 
A FiWert-tree 
the Hazel-tree 
the Umon-tree 
the Mulberry-tree 
the NeSlarine-tree 
the Olive-tree 
A wild Olive-tree 
the Orange-tree 
the Peach-tree 
A Pear-tree 
A Phmb-treo • 



Cl^Un^ 



Crann grainnabhuill 
Crann Cuinfe 
Crann airhag 
Crann Gall-chno 



( ^5 ) 

TTbe Pomegranate4re^ 
iTje S^ince-tree 
The Sloe-tree 
^e Walnut-tree 



XLV. X>o T'haobh Chrann ne(ffhhthgrrth(inn0cb 
no aimrid. Of Barren Trees. 



Crann Fcarnna 
Crann Uinfinn 
A Chraobh f hiaghain 
Uinfinft 

' An Crann Crithinn 

\ •■ 

Crann Labhrais - 
. Crann Faidhbhile 
Graobh Bhethc 
Crann Buc^ 
Crann S^dair 
Crann Airoe' 
Crann Canich 
Crann Cuphair 
Crann Eboin 
Craobh Dhrdmain 
Craobh Leamhain, no 

Ailrnog 
Crann Giubhis 
Crann T6ife 
Crann Cuilinn 
Crann Dearg Labhi:ais 
Crann Telle 
Crann Mhalpis 
Crann Meidil 
Crann Daruich 
Crann Tuilm 
Pion-chrann 
Pion-chrann fiaghain 



Jloe Alder or Am-tree 
The AflhtreB 

\ The Wild Afihtree 

{The Afpen or Slmkin^^ 
Afp-tree. 
^he Ba^iree 
The Beech-tree 
The Birch-trejs 
The Box or Bufh-tree 
The Cedar-tree 
' A Cork-tree 
' A Cotton-tree 
A Gyprefs-tree 
The. Ebony-tree 
. An Elder or Bore-tree 



} 



An Elm-tree 

A Fir-tree 
The Frankinctnfe-tree 
The Hollin-tree 
The Laurel-tree 
The Lime-tree 
The Mapple-tree 
The Medlar-tree 
The Oak-tree 
The Holm Qakrtree ^ 
The Tine-trie 
Ihe Wild Pine-tree 
I Crann 



< 66 ; 

Crann Pleintri ^e Plane-tree 
Crann Pobhiull - ^e Poplar-tree 

Crann Seilich TTbe Sallow or Sauglhtrei \ 

Craobh Chaointhuinn ^e Service cr Ran-tree 

Crann Sice ^e Sycamore-tree 
Crann Shcilaicl> f hrancach The WiHow-tree 

Craobh Uibhair A Tesv-tree 

Coill JfPood 

Frioth, Foraos A Forreft 

Garran A Grove , 

C oille Sheunta A /acred Grove 

Poire no Baid A Tlnckei or Btfjb 

Fiodh fFood or Ttmber 

^ Wm "^^"^""'^^ 1 ^ Gr(roe of 4b-trees ' ' 

^IMs "^^"^"""'''^ } J Grove of Bof trees 

Garran do chrannuibh 7 > n^^,. ^^ » ^-- i 
^ /- ^ A Grove of Box'-treis ' 

Garran do chrannuibh 7 ^ ^-— .. ^r^i^/L^ * .. 
r^ , .^ A Gr^roepfCbeftmt-trees 

Geamn-chno J "^ -' 

^" ^? ^*^™^"^^ 1 >f Gr«;^ 0/ Cyprm-treti 

Gamndo chmnnuibh | A Grove of Elder-trees 

^tSTmhaif"'""'^^ } ^ Grove of ^Im^treei 
Garnm do chrannuibh 7 x Gr^ of Ftg-trees 

CkUTftI) 



C 6? ) 

Garran do chrannuibh j n ^. r tri . 
*P^y A Groue of Holnhtrees 

Garran do chrannuibh \ jt r- ^ i r\ i. . 
Danuch 3 ^ ^^^ ^f Odrtrees 

Garran do chrannuibh \ ^ r^ r n- . 
pj r A Grove of Pine-trees 

Garran do chrannuibh 7 ^ i^ r »/ . 
Pleintri I ^ Plane-trees 

Garran do chrannuibh •> ^ ^ ,. n^j , . 

J^obhuill f A Grove of Poplar-trees 

Garran do chrannuibh ^ ^ r -rtm 
SeiHch fhranoaich ^ ^^' 'f ^^^ 

Lios, oirfcaid, Meafghorr 1^ f'^^^j^/^' ^ 

' *^ C where Fnat-trees graso 

Oilcarch, Mathairfhi^l ^ 

Garradh oileinjche > A Nurfery of Trees 

chraoibh 3 

Garradh A Garden 

Garradh Bhlath,Flourlann A Flower-garden 

XLVL Do Haobb Meaji. Of Friiks. 

Mcas Fndt 

Darcan, Duircc daraich An Acorn or Maft 

Amon ^ An /tlmond 

Ubhall Ah Apple 

Apricoc y^'n Apricock 

Dearc A Berry 

Aimag, Buliftair A Bullace or Ske 

Capaireadh Capers 

Siris, Silin ' A Cherry 

Geanm-ohno A Chefjiut 

UbhuU fitroin ' A Citron 

Dearc Corncil A Cornel-Berry 

Culuran A Cucumber 

Spiontagan, Dcai-ca frao -^^^ ' 

ncaicn j 

Dailo2 



t 



Dailog 
FioguTs 
Fioguis uainc 
Groifead 
Gurdc 



( 68 ) 

A Daii 

A Fig 

A green Fig . 

A Goofberry or Grozar 

A Go^d 



Detrfc fhibne FibndheafC A Grape 



Sceachog 

Mucog 

Dearc Eidhuinii 

Union 

Milog 

Maoldhearc 

UbhuU neachdair 

Cnd, Cnu 

Eitne no Eitncn 

A chne Kcadmuc 

Dearc ola no Olog 

Oirinis 

Peitfcog 

Pear 

Plumbis 

Plumdaimcis 

An Grainhilbhall 

Pcpoc 

Cno chanaich 

Reifaidin ' 

Suthcraoibh 

Caoirin 



AHa0 

AHep 

An Try Berry 

A Limon 

A Mebn 

A Mdlberry 

A Nectarine 

ANta 

The Kernel of a I 

A Nutmeg 

An OUve 

An Orange 

A Peach 

A Pear 

A Plumb 

A Damask Pbmi 

A PomegranaPe 

A Potnpion 

A ^nce 

Rajins 



Suidhag, 
Caineal 
Mes 
Clomhis 
tiobir^ Spi^fri 



Rafpberry 

Service-beriiis or Rodim 
Subhtalmhuinn A Straw-berry 

Cinnamonvr Cannel 

Mace 

Clovis 



Spice or Pepper 



XLVll 



( 6^ ) ^ 

XLVli. ho fhaoih pbdrtin Phiuhtrdbm. 

Parts of Plants. 

Freamh, Freamhach ' "> ^^ ^^^ 

Meacan j 

Stoc no Craoibhe ^e Slock or Irunk of a 2>rtf 

Carrfhiodhj^ Cirruig yi Knot or Knurle 

Maothan, FaiUean * . A Sucker or Shoot 

Meangan 6g . . ./f Graff or Imp 

Sto€ an Suichair njaothan A Graff-jtock 

Bunfog, Slatag A Twtgj Rod or JVand 

Cairt ^ ^. The Bark 

An Gloadhan, Laodhan 7!&^ Pith or Heart 

Menglan na Geuge A Branch or Bough 

Geug marbh A dead Bough 

Menghlan ur Af green Branch 

Menghlan fioncamhuinn AVine-rhraneb 
Mcnghlaii; ola : ^ An Olive-irancb 

Scathacli chraoibhe ^e Loppings of Trees 

Bfr, na Dreaghuinn A Prickle or Thorn 

Snodhach, Suidhbhca- 7 >ty. ^^ . « ^ 

tkach J ^^ 7"^" "^ ^'^ 

Bithchraoibh Gum 

Roilbid Rofin 
Pic, Bith ar a Bruich " Pitch 

Tcarr Tar 

Cuifhag, L6rga The Stalk or Shank 

Uros, Gqcag A Sprout or Bud 

Flur, Biath. A Flower or Bloom 

A Bhunchuiflach The Foot-ftalk 

Siol, Fras ' The Seed 

Cuairfgcin The Core 

Achlach anibroinn meas . The Stone of Friit 

Baguilta, Badan, Triopull A Clufter or Bunch 

Plaofc cnodhan ANi^-Jhell 

M«njgan 



( 70 ) 

Mcangan maoth ^ Tendrel or Clafper 

Sniiitheinc caolfan f hicxdh ^he Fibres or fmall Strings 

Mu Ainbheaidhin. Of A N I M A L S. 
XLVIIL Bo Thaobh Pheifioige. Of Infe<5s- 



Peiftoigin 
Sengan 
Beachann 
SeiUenmor ' 
Seillen diomhain 
DaoJ, Dubhdha6l 
Daolag breac 
Cuilag 

l^ennubhchuilag 
An Dealan de, an 

Dearubidan 
A Fionnan Feoir, an 

Dreallan Tcasbhith 
Buail a Chragg, an 

Gabha Dubh 
Grullan 
Coinfpeach 
An Gaipidan 
Miol 
Deargann 
Sniodh, Sneadh 
An Gleithaire 
Seilluinn, Miolchaorach 
Flnag 
1/Cumuinn 
Croidhog, Durrog 
Beiftoig 
Feoilchroidhag 
Croidh fh^oda 
Oiilag Shidnnachain 
Biirris, Lufchuach , 



InfeSls 

An uinL or Emmot 

A Bee 

A Bumbk'he^ 

A Drone 

A Beetle 

A Lad^-cow 

A Gnat or JS^iic^e 
A Butter-fiy 



} 

Y" A Gra/hopper, or Locuft 

^ A Cigal dr Baubn Cricki$ 

A Cricket 

AlVafp ' 

A Hornet 

ALouft 

A Flea 

A Nit 

A Gad-bee or Gleg 

A Sbeep^tick or Ked 

A Mite 

A Moth 

A Maggot 

A Worm 

A Flejihworm on Maucbs 

A Silk-worm 

A Glow-worm 

A Caterpillar 

Deal 



( 7^ ) 

Deal A Leecb 

Scilchaig Jt Snail 

Rcudan A timber-worm 

MiolBalki Afraa-Jouje 

An Dabhan Ealkich A Spider or Edderc^ 

.paunfarinDubhaaNuifge Ibe Water-fpiders 
lion an Dabhain Eallaich A Cobweb 
Bcachlanh, Tighflicilfein A Bee^boufe 
Scaoith Sheillein A Swarm of Bees 

. Sceip Sheillein • A Hive or Beesiep 

Cior mhcalc ' A Honey-comb 

Mile Homy ' 

CcirflieillennoBheachainn Bees-wdk 
CathfeiUcn A Bee's Sting 

. XLIX. . Z)9 "Thaohh Eijge. Of Fiflics, 

Jalg;^ AF^- 

Miraafg ^ A Uttk Ftfh 

Mucmhar^ A Whale 

LqunidaiT) Doilphin ^Dolphin 

$6man, Scat A Scale 

Stirin A $furgion 

Trofe, Bodach Ruadh,7 fA Cod-Ji/b, CodRng^ or • 

CcUuinn ^ J (. KieUng 

Adag An Haddock 

Rionnach A Macrel 

Muillcit A Mullet 

Scadan A Herring 

Sardill ^ ASprai 

An Ancobhi An Anchovy 

Dubhbreac A Smolt 'or Spirliw 

AmBrodiafg {^ S'"^ '^^^^'^ 

liabog A flounder or Fluke 

Leahag 



( 72 ) 
JUabag Chcarr, Anpac- 7 ^ ^^j^jj^ 

cair Ceait J 

AnTurtxiit ' A'Turbot 

Eifcunn, Eulgiinn Jm M^el 

Camuficreige, Creigag A Conger 

amach naBcidhiidh,T ^ j^ 

Langcrilach 3 ^. . 

h. Do T'haobb Jafg Aibhnichin. River Fifties. 



Bradan 


A Salmon 


A Phic Uifgp, Gcdos 


A Pike ' 


Cregag Uifgc 


A Pearcb 


Breac, Briocen 


A Trout ' 


Carmhanach Uifge 


ACairp 


A Bhronag 


A Gudgeon 


Breacbedi 


A Loach 


Scildainxhnc 


jI A^nnow 


A Bhirag Lodain. 


A Bandftick 



LI. Do thaobh Mbaorich no Jafce '^liogaiche. 

Shell-Fifheg. . ■ >.. 

Jalg noMaorach Sliogach AShelUj^ 

Oioinach A Loiter 

Cruban ' A Crab " 

Carrthan no Cloithag A Shrimp or Prawn 

Coillag, Sruban , A Cockk 

Jafgan, Maorach A Mijfel 

GioUafuinbrinn, Faochag A Periwinkle or PFelk 

Bairnnach • A Limpet 

Eifeirin Oy/iers 

Mairfcionn . ASpouhfifh 

Sliogc ISfcainhuinn Mother of Pearl 



\ 



( 73 ) 

in. Do Thaobb Par tin Eifc. The Parte 

of Fifhcs. 
A Scale 



Lann 

lotach eifce 

luchair 

Mealg 

An Giuran 

Car, Sliogard 

Slic^e 

longa, Laoghar 

Adhaircin, Feafog, no 

Jarratichin^ Lilg, 

Shliogaich 



A J^in 

A Rown or Spawn 

the mt 
The Gilts , 

"theCrufi 

^i Shell 

A Claw 

^e Feelers 



MuEanabh. Of BIRDS 

LIII. jDo Tbaobh Ban FeoUritbeach. 

vorous Birds. 

Ean A Bird or Fowl 

Ean mor . A Great Bird 

lol^r .. An Ed^lf 

Sgriichan criolach^ Fang A Vulture 



Carfil^^ 



Seabhag, Seothig 
A Ghos 3hjeabhog 
Speir Sheabhog 
Facon 
Meirneal 
An beargan Alt 
Glamhan, Cronian 
Cuach, Ciiag 
An Buidfeir 



A Hofuok 

A GoS'hawk 

A SparroW'bofuOk ^ 

A Falcon 

A Merlin 

A Keftrelor Stencbet 

A Kite or Glad 

A Cucko%x> 

Ibe Butcher-bird 



Caillachoidhchc, Guni-7 j r\ i n- ^ » 
hachag ' ' ^AiOwlorOwhf 



s 



Fiach 
Feannag 



A Raven or Corbie 

A Crow 

K 



> • 



J^cut 



Rdcis 

Cnaimhfhiach 

Cachag 

Piaid 

Scriacbag 

Snag 

Fioraid, Parracait 



^4- R^^ 

" A Jackdaw 
A Kay 
A Pyot 
A Jay 

A Woodnpichr 
A Parrot 



.N- 






LIV. Bo T%aobb Ban Lujitheach. Phytivo- 
rous Birds^ or Birds feeding on Vegetables. 



Coikch 

Cearc 

Gabon 

liean 

Pebhchailach, Pccoc 



Ccarc Fhraoich, no 
G>ilach.Ruadh 



A Cock 
AHm 
A Capon 
A Chicken 
A Peacock 

An Ealog A Pheafant 

>* A Heatb-ben or Muif-cock 

Peirlog, Cearcthommain A Partridge 

Eun no Ifean Peirtoigc A Partridge-Powt 

Gean'ogort A ^uail 

Trean ri Trean, Trcu-7 ^ » •/ n . -t 
1 1 . ' J ^^^ ^ Com-craik 

A Pigeon or Dove 
A young Pigeon 
An Oiftricb 
A Turtle-dove 

> A Ring-dove or Cu/hot-dovi 

^e, Mavis 
A Field-fare 
A Starling 
A Blackbird . 



Colum, no Cduman 
Ean Columain 
StruthchamhuU 
An Turtuir' 
Smudan, Caluman 

Coilladh 
A Smeorach 
A Liatruifg 
Truid 
Lon 



{ 75 ) 

An Glafcan, (Scalbhan ^4 Sparrow 

Riabhag, no Uilag, A Lark or Laverock 

Gealag Bhuachair « A Bunting 

A Bhuidhag Bhuachair ^e Xdlow Hammer 

BricciS bethc, an Gea*- \ j t- . 7 • ?*. 
' lanJione , J ^ ^«»^^ or Ltnt^wbtte 

A Lafair Choille A GoWfinch or Gold-Jpink 

An Glaifcan darach • A Green-finch 
An Pearganfraoch, An"? . ^ , , - 
. CorcanCoUle ^ABullfincb 

Ean Canari A Canary-bird 

Colman Cathaichc A Hoop 

Biorra ^n Tiafgar, Ga-? . ^. , j^^. 
* bhaUifgc ^AKingsHJher 

An Capul Coille The Caperkaily • 

» I- V. Do Tiaobb Ean Chroidbit beach ^ no tbi^ 
beo ar Cbroitbamb no ar Pheijloi^n. In- 
fedivorous Birds. 

Ainlog, Gobhlan gaoithe A Swallow 

Ainlog mharath A Bkck-Mattin or Swift 

Gobhlan Gainmhich A ' Bank-Martin' 

Spideog A Nightingale 

An Ccanndcargan A Redfiart 

Am Bruinndcargan ^he Robin-red-breaji 

An Dreathann donn The IVren. 

B«ac-an-t0iiol.Bri«in-7 ^ ^^^^^ 

bainntighearn j ^ 

Gochcan A ^Titling 

Caillchag cheanndubh A Cole-moufe or Cok-bood 

Giochan A ^it-moufe 

LVI. Do Tbaobb Em Vijge. Aquatigk 5irds, 

Adhaircan, Curracaig A Lapwing or Toucbet 

Fcidag - 4 Greenflover 

Triollaclu^l 



S-^ Sea-Lark or Sand^- 
L laverock 



( 7^ ) 

Triollachan ji Gray^pbver 

An Tamadan montich A Dotterel 

Boag, no Luatherein 

Ridghuilaneach, Cam- ? \ R^^\ 

glas, GobLabharrtha -T I ^ 

Udckca^, Crom na 1 ^ ^^^^ 

nduilloig J - 

Eanghobhrag, Leancv- 

dhrag, Gobhairoidh- 

che, Mennan ^idhair 
Corramhona, Cbrragh^ 

riodhach, 
Corrat>hane 
Corraghlas 
Steameall 
£an Snamhthe 
EaU 
Geadh 
S61aire 
Lack 

3iolta, Darcan 
An Pelican, Pclag 
Scarbh 
Farlpag 
Faoiliunn 



ASmfe 



A Cr^n 



A Stork 
A Heron 
A Bittern 
A Coot » 
A Swan 
A Goofe 
A Solandrgoofe 
A Duck 
A Teat 
A Pelican 
A Cormorant 
AGuU 
A Sea-manv' 



LVII. Ma Pharttn Eane. Parts of Birds. 



Itc 

Ite bhog 

Clodheach, Cluimh 

Ite Sccithaidh, Cleitc 

Sciath 

Earbul) 

Gob 



V 

AFeaiber 
A foft feather 
DewH 
A^U 
A Wing 
A Thff » 



Or^ 



{ 77 ) 

Ciren l^e Cmi 4r Tuft 

RumpuU, Cibiein, Fcam The Rum/> 



longa 

$por, Cullpbr 

An Ciaban 

Ji Scrdban 

£allta 

X»ionnc Ean, no Giir 

Ncad 

Eanadan 



A Talon or Claw 

A Spur 

The Gbizzard 

The Cr^ 

A Fhck iff Birds 

A Brood or decking ofBhrdi 

ANeft 

A Birdcage 



INlll. Do Tbao^b Bbeathaicbm. Of Bcafts. 



^eathach, Biaft 
Beathach mor . 
^eathach oibraidh 
Beathach fiaghuicb 
Beathach calla 



A Beaji 
A great Be^ 
A work Becfi 
A wild Beaft 
A tame Beaft 



Beathach ar 9^ challachadh A tamed Beaft 

LIX. Do Tbaoih Bbeathaich nacb roinn an 
longa. Whole-footed Bcafts. 



Each 

Lair, CapuU 

Serrach 

Biriche, Loth 

Poni 

Gearran 

Stalon, Graidhach, , 

Meidhach 
Falairc 
Each Trottain, Tfo- 

taire, Soddaire 
AffiU 



i ^ i. > \ 



AHorfe 

A Mare 

AFole 

AElfy 

A Nag or Powwf . 

A Gelding 

\ AStalHen 

Atatabtittg or pacing Horje 

J" A Trotting*, Horfe 

An M 

A0al 



C 78 ) 

Aflal fiadhuich A wild Af 5 

Maoilluinn A Mule 

Camhuill A Camel or Dromedary 

Oilabhan An Elephant 

LX. Do Tbaobb Bbeathiachin Ladbraiche^ 
no a roinnis an ionge. Clqven-footed Beads, 

Damh An Ox 

Mart, Bo, Bou AjCow 

CoUjach A Heifer^, or young Cov§ 

Tarbh A BuU 

Lfodh A Calf 

Caon^ A Sheep] 

Reath, Rut<i A Ram 

Molt AWedder 

Uan A Lamb 

Boc, Gabhair fhlorann A He-Goat 

Gabhair bhainnionn A She-Goat 

Laosboc Eairannach ; A Ubbed Goat 

Meann , AKid 

Damh feidh A Hart or Red-Deer 

Adhfeidh,. Eilit A Ifyid • 

tiaodh Feidhc, ^'^ \ j4 p 

meann Earba 'J 

Dadhais, no Maofach A FdOow-Deer or Doe 

Earba A Roe 

Mac A Hog or Sow 

Cullach, Tore A Boar 

Uirccn A Pig or Grke 

LXI. Do Tbaobb Bteatbaicbin Jonguinn- 
naicbe. Clawed Beafls. 

Apa An Ape 






. ( 79 ) 

Moidhtheach, Gcarr- 7 jzj^g 

fhiadh J 

Coindnach, CoirAcin A Ctmpf pr Rahbet 

Grainoig A Hedge-Hog or Urcbik 

Feoirag A Squirrel or Conn 

Fath A Mole or Mfldewa/^S 

Luch " A Moufe 

^tt^f''' ^^^S } ADonnoufe 

ipaddun, Roddan " A Rat or Rotten 

Dialltag, lalltag A Bat or Flitter-moufe 

LXIL Do Tbaobb Bbeathaicbin Jongunna- 

cbe Creacbaicbcy a bhios re folar an Com-- 
bartaicb ar Eiginn. Rapadous Clawed 
Beads, 

Leoghan A Lyon 

A Bhannleoghan A Lyonefs 

Mathghamhan A Bear 

Tiogair ^'^yg^ 

Leopard, Liobard A Leopard 

Ampaintcr, Paindel A Panther 

Lmcfe An Ounce 

Cat A Cat 

Niosabhag, Fcrraid, \ mj.^^. 

Coinneas i ^^^'^ 

A Fcocullan A Polecat or Fowmart 

Nias, Neas A white Rat or JVeafal 

Douran Leafleathuiqn A Beaver 

Douran no Dobhran, 7 . ^\ ^ 

Biaftdubh 5 ^ ^^^"^ 

Maddadh, no Galla AJ^og or Bitch 

Cuilen A Puppy or Whelp 

Miolchti A Gra^hound 

Cueanich A Spaniel 

Mafdith 



( ^ ) 

Mafdith AMMfliff 

Meaian, Crannchu A Lap^^ or Meffoa 

Sionnach,MaddidKniagh A Fox or Tod 

Cuilen Sionnaich , AVixonoryoung Pox 

Brochc, Tuiteii A Brock j Badger or Graf 

Ron, Beift nil(iaol A Sea-ca^ or Selgh 

LXIU. Do lUiaaib Bheathaichin a gheims an 
uigbailyh. Oviparous Beafts. 

Croghall, Cr6chcadil A Croa>dik 

An Tortoife A Tortoife 

Lofgann buighc A Frog or Paddock 

Magan, Lofgann dubh A Toad 

Ceann-fimidc A Toadpdle or Powat 

Dercluachrach A Lizard^ Esk or Ask 

Nathair A Serpent^ Adder or Snahf 

Nathair neimhc A Viper 

^ mfalaJi^^' '^"'^ \ ACockatmt_ 

Dreagon A DragoH 

A Gririongnach A Gryffoti 

An Arpag A Harfy ^ 

An Ainnamhag » A Pbekix 

Maidin mhara A Mermaid 
Aonbheannach, Buamhall An Unicom 

LXIV. D9 "Tbaohh Pairtin Ebeaibaicbm 
Parts of Beafts,. &c. 

Gaofid, Fionnadh Hair 

Olunn, Cloidh - tFool 

Lomradh, Rufc A Fleece of fPiol 

Bian A Fur or Skin : 

FridW 



( 8i ) 

Fridhan, Gaoifid A Brijik or Birfe 

Muing, no Gathmuinge A Mme 
Adharc A Horn 

Crumhc, Brog, Croidhean A Hoof 



Seiche 

EarbuU, Rumpull 

Cliob-qeild 

Feuiag Gaibhre 

Soc Oilabhaint 

Fiacaill Oilabhaint 

Uth 

Uth Muic 

Blonaig 

Ith, Geif 

Fedo^9 airneis^ Eallach 

Tain, Scann criodh 

Treud 

Treud Cha6rach 



A Hide 

A Tail or Runf 

A Dew-lap 

A Goafs Beard 

An Elepbanl*5 Snoui 

Elephant Teeth or Ivory 

An Udder 

A Sow^s Udder 

Greafe 

Sewetj Tallow 

Cattle 

A Herd or Drove 

A Flock'- 

A Flock of Sheep 



LXV. Do Thaobh'Cathrach no Baile mboirl 

, Of a City. 



Bailmor 


A City 


Cadiair 


A chief City 


Baile 


A Town 


Bailebeg 


A little Town 


Bailemargaidh 


i A Mart-town or Marked 
L town 



Frithbhailtin, Fou-chathair The Suburbs^ or Suburk 

Sraid *\A Street 

Sraid chumhang, Bothair A Lane or Wynd 

A Chrois The Crofs 

Pilloir, Stol-na-mcarlaich The PiUory or Trm 

Port Baile A Port 

Tigh-curte, noTigh-moid A Court^bou/e 

Tellabhuch, Tigh^eanach A Ci^om-boufe orTolheoth 



I ■ 



{ 9z ) 

Carcuir, Pribfon A Prifon 

^'t^^^ } ^ Cmmim-htfe - 

''1^'^ """^ } A tkMMf^Jkk Patii 

The Partiament-boufi 
The Mint-boufe 

J A Tbeafre or Phf4>mfc 

A Market Place 
^ Plefihmarket or SbofAki 
The Cattk-fHorket 
, The Fiflnnarket 
The Frutf-fnarket 
The Herb-market 
An Im or Tavom 

r A Tavern Siffg 

ACoffee-houfe 
A Gazette 
A Tobacco-box 
A Tobacco-pipe 
, A Tobacco-ftopper 
A Shop or Bo^b 
ACooies Shop 
AGutter-fionc or Kertftel 



tinne 
Tigh na Parlamdnte 
Tigh a Chuinnidh 
Tigh cluiche, Scafal 

Sugraidh 
Aite Margaidh 
Margadh na Feoile 
Margadh a Chruidh 
Margadh* an Eiic 
Margadh a Mhiofe 
Mai^adh na Luidhan 
Tigh ofda, Tii-bheime 
Stearnail Tigh ofde^ 

Sop-reac 
TighCofi 
Paipair Nuadhachd 
Bocfc Thombaca 
Piob Thombaca 
Staipel 
Buth 

Budi Cocairc 
Clach Ghuitcir 
Dam, Piob-uilgc, 



ConjuH 
An. Gutteir-mor, Car- 7 . ^,,«„.^ c;«i 



Lxn JOi 



( 83 ) 

LXVI. Do tbaobb Pairtin 'Rgbe. Of the 

Parts of a Houfe. . 

Tigh Alhufe 

Aitnbb A Bml£ng 

^^^'^'^^^^^'} A Pakce 

Cotta, Bothag J Coita£i 

Steighe, Bunait yl Fcmdatm 

Balla yifhU 

l^alpnte, Ball^Tiriuing, ji PartitiofhwaU 

Tulchuinn, Ceamn ' 4 Comer 

Colmh, Pofda, Carrtha A Pillar 

, Bamibhailc, Barramhaife A Cornice 

Farthota, no Farrbhalla A jSuirefs 

Urlar A Floor 

Urlar Qoichith, Pabhail A Pavement or Stone^or ' 

Bouta, Ceannftiiadh A Vaults or Pend 

Staighir, Driimer, Faradh A Stair inr Ladder 

Ccim Staighire A Step of a Stair 

Sail, Sparr A Balk^ Rafter or Joifi 

Dcile, Plancc ADealor Plank , . 

gcilag ALfitb: 

ann an Tighe "The Roof 

Cdmn comhnart Tighc Aflat Roof 

Ceann Cas A fteep Roof 

Barr-baile ^e Battlements or B^rtifan 

JDrim an Tighe, piuUach? S^f Ridges Rig^g 9f 

an Tighe , j C ^ Houfe 

Lionnigcadh an Tight ' ^ Ceilitg; 

An Coilach-gaoithc A Weather-cock or Fane 

Poirtfe, Qrrar A Poreb . 

Doras ^ A Door 

Fathdoru$9 



( «4 ) 

Fathdhorus, Tolltorain A Wieht 

An Glagan Doris A Clapper or Ringk 

Doiriin no Comhla \ rj^u- j • 

Luthaidh J Foldmg^ors 

Glas A Lock 

Eocl^air A Key 

Sparran, Qoidhcan, 7 f^he Bar^ Bolt or Snaket 

Dealah I)oniis J C of a Door ' 

Lughdagan, Bacan Dorais l!be Hinge of a Door 
Stairfcach The Threjbold 

Uriann A Door-poft , 

AnTard-doras The Linter 

Uinneog AWinimjo 

Faruinne<)g,TeudIionan7 ^j^^^, ^yj,.^, 

Uinnoigc J 

Similcr A Chimney ' • 

•Tcintcin Tim Hearth^ 

Pronnag Smur, 0>flumail Ru^bifh 

LXVIL Do Thaobh Sbecmrakbin no Ifighibh 
Ceirde no Oebridhe. Of Rooms, Office^' 
Houfcs, (Sc. 

Scomar A Room or Chamber 

Talla, Tighrfior A Hall : • 

SecMnar na Drotta, \ Jt t\- - » ? 

Pronnlios ' J ^ Ti^mng-r^ «r Parkm 

Scom^r Codail, Godaligh A Bid-chamber 

Clofaid A Clofet or Study. 
Aic-a-ghlcithadhfa- ^ 

thuirmachad aodaich, V A Wardrobe 

Trafearos j ■■■...: 

Tigh-mullich, Garaid A Garret 

Gaileri, Poicfc. AGaOtrx 



•1 



Uinncogchliath, \ A B^Jcom 

rorqinneog J f 



^ / 



JfeQdr 



Seilcir 

Pantri no Scilc.-biodhe 
Buttri no Seilcrtdiobhe 
Amri - 
Seomar na Feoile 
An Chearnn, Ciftin 
Seomar na Fear ' 
Seomar-arich, no Sco- 

mar na Cloinne 
Tigh-togalach . 
Tigh-bainne 
Tigh-nidhadait^chd 
Tigh-guail ' 
Tigh-cbplumai^ 
Tigh-chcarc . . 
Stabull Each 
Amir-fiol Each, MaU^ir 
JVaifach-each, Eachliath 
XiOtta^iaoidhe 
Tigh-^idfe) 
Bathigh no StauU 



( ?5 ) 

JtCeUar 

A Pantry 
. A Buttery ^ 

An Ambry 

A Larder or Ladner 

AKitctnn * ' 

' The Meres Chamber 

Htbe fFomeres^Cbamber or 
NUrfery 

■ . A Brew-houfe 

. Amikrboufe 

AfF(^ng4>oufe or Laimdrf\ 

A Coalrhoufe 

A Dove-coat 

A Henrboufe 

A Stable fyr^ Hprfes 

A Manger 

A Hack , 

AHay4ojt 

A Coach'boufe 

A Stall or Byre 



! \ 



\ • » 



Cora-chaoirach, Cfp- 1^5^^ 
t chaoirach j. ^ 

Tail-mhuc . A Swine-Jly 

Tail-chon, Conbhair A Dog-kennel 

. Eintri, an raid go ait An Avenue or Entry^ 

^SradS'^'^'^ °° } -*» '^^ 
Faiche, Raon A Green 

I^leuta. lomdhrui-j. ^ j^j^j.^^ ' 

Falglcutt 4 Hedge " 



*,^ 



Vive, 



\ 



( 96 ) 

Piirc, FiadhfhaU Boo- 7 . p , 

f hal, Garradhdiona J -* ^^^ 

Poll lafcaich A Fifl>-f9nd 

Cuirt no Clamhie A Court or Ckfs 

A L huirc as faide afteach An Inner-court 

LXVin. Do Thaobb Goirais no jlimiis Tigbe. 
'Of Houfliold-Furniturc. 



ard cl viT' i ^ TJiiiSp 



Airnds 

Bord CI v^i 

Comohlar, Cuppcoi 

Tubhailte Buirde 

Searadair 

Stol, Furm 

Sedhair, Cathair 

Stol-coife 

StpMubdhaidh 

Cuihion 

Mios 

Miosbh^ 

Cluaifin 

Trinfcr 

SaiUer 

Spdn 

Scian 

Faodhbhar 

Cas na Sceine 

Duille Sceine 

Borigar, Fore 

Gloinc Ola 



urtdture 



A Cuprboari 

A Table-chatb 

A TaUe-fui^fkm or Sirwter 

^ Seat or Stool 

Acbair * 

A Foot-ftool 

A FoUing^ 

^ Cuftnon 

^D03, Cbarnr §r Piatt 

AtittkDiJh 

A P$rring& 

A drencher 

A Saitfat 

A Spoon 

AKnifo 

"TheEdge ' 

The H^t of a Kmf4 

^e Sheatb^of a Knife 

A Fork 

An OiUglafs 

A Vinegar-glafe 



Gloine Minicair 






i "»„ 



( «7 ) 

A Cam cr Tanhird 
A CbaHcc 

5- A Mug 

A DrinHng-glafi 
AStowp 
A Pitcbir^ 
AFlagm 
A Bottk 
A GlafS'-b$ttli 



Canna^ 

Calls 

Soiduch-dtadluKlhy 

Muge 
Gloine 6ile no Dibhe 
Stop- 

Pige^ Qogan 
Flachiaid» Flacgon 
Searrog» Urach 
Seanx^ Xjhloine 
Aiw CDrcan, Staipeal- J ^ Cork^/ia^k 

Tuibraid 

Baicaid, Gian-Arain 

Leabba 

Ixabba luthaidh^ no 

Thogaliche 
Leabba Sheifloif 
Crddiull 

Stoc, Colbh, no Cran- 7 ^ Bed-Head 

nghail Leafbaidhe J r 

Leabba lotag A Feather-bed 

Leabbi ChloimhcjCokach A Flock-bed or ^ 



ACiftem 

A Bread-basket 

A Bed 



\ AFolding-hed or Jjmg-fiJk 

A Refiir^^ed $r PaVa 
A Cradle 



Ccarchuill, Bouftair 

Aidhartan, Clua&g 

Onrdn, Cdrais 

Aodach Leapa 

Bralibn 

Pliude, Cubhruinn, 

Hancaid 
Ruge, Straille 
Ainfhuail, Fualphoitf 

Seomarpotc 
Bocie ibeomair 



ABolfter 
A Cod or Pilbfw 
A Curtain 
Bed^kathst 
A Sheet ' 

J JBlanket 

ASug 
J A Chamber-pot 



AChamber4ox 
SunUeir laruinn. Grata An Iron-dnnmey or Grate 
QaidbsL^ aiaide4}rifte A Pair of Tongs 



( «8 ) 

SIujfiaGhrio&ch, ^^ 1 ATin^fhmi 

Cromman Luatni 3 
Cainnil -^ C^k 

Morchoinnil, Toirtfc, \ j r?i i. r- i. «- 
Hinccari J Flambeau^ Lank or Tore 

Ounnlcir ACandleftick 

Buaiccan Cainrilc "Hoe fVick of a Candle 

SimlCainnlc ^e Snuff of a CMdle 

SiMladair . - A Pair of Snuffers 

Cruifccan, Lxxrhrann, \ j t ^.^ n r 
T ^ > A Lamp or Crwie 

Lampc J ^ ^ > 

I^intdr, Trillfein A Lantern or "Bowet 

Crochaodach Lcapa * j^ liingings 

Cabinaid ACcimet 

ciftc , A cm \ 

Cofaf, Drone A Trunk 

Boifin-ionluid, Forftioid-7 ^ n r 

haich J" ^ ^*>» 

Padhal, Soithach-ui%c An Ewer 
Tu2ulte-lamh> Searadair A Hand-towel 
Scathan A Looking-glafs 

LXIX. Do Tbaobb Goiras Ci/iin. Kitchin 

Futniture. 
Soithach AVeffel 

SoithachTcinc, Poit, Prab A Pot 
Poitog Praifhag A little Pot 

Cluaifcan na Poitc A Pot-handle or Pot-lug ' 

DroUa, Bula, Buillafc A Pot-book or Pot-bowJs 
Fairclc no Brod na Poitc A Pot-Ud 
Maidc-ftiuraidh ^ A Pot-ftick or Tbivei 

C3iath-iaruinn a bhios •> ^ «* . . ^ 
fou Phoit ar Tcinc ^ ^ frtvet (»r Cra» 

' ■ [' Odhan 



( ?9 ) 

Odhann, Panna A Pan 

Odhann pridhuinich, \ af ' nan " 

no (cregaidh S ' U^ S'P^ 

Panna /ilidh A Dripping-pan 

Teoiteachan Mhias ^ Choffing-^Jh 

Toftair, larunn boch- \. a cr* a* 

dacdh no roftaidh, f ^ ^'M'^rcn 

Bior, no Rotf-iarunn ji Spit 

Rachcuifc A Cob-iron or Rack j 

liadh A LaMe 

Scumadair A Scummer 

Grammiche, Greimalche A Hefh-book 

Sioflachan, Cochcaire A Colander or Strainer 

^liobadair \ Abater 

Braundair A Grid-iron or Brmdet 

Graidil, Greidlc A Girdk ■, 

Poit-phronnaidh, Mortair, A Mortar 

Teanga Mortair, Piftil A Pejik 

Buchcaid, Cuinnag^ A bucket , ^ 

Ballan ^ A trough J 

Breidfhoithachin no Mhias ABi/h-clout 

Scual>urlair A Befom 

A Scuabadh The Sweepings ' 

Pafcart, Cliamhan: A Twig-basket or Creel 

Bafcaid, Cifan A Hamper 

I^ajr, ^Fiodhchat, J ^ ^^^_^^^ ^ ^^^^ 

Aimcis Tighc gan fheim {^p"^ ufelefsHoHfiold^^ 

LXX. Do Hjaobh Shoitheachrn Grudair. 

Brewing- Veffels, &c;, 

r 

Coirc, Coirc-togalach A Caldron 

Coire, Coirc-bcg, aidhcann A Kettle 
Damhach A Fat 

M BaruiU?; 



( 9^ 
Baruille,no Sort-foithaicK 

nih6ir a chumis 2^ 

Galoin 
Touc&id no Tiihna 
Sorachan-ligidh 
Faifcgean, Prcasrfiopa' 
Tubag-01idh no ligidh 
Soithach-fturiche 
lionadair, Tunnadair 
Gochc Baruille 
Finne, Ligidair, Spicaid 
Am Beul-mor 



) 



/ 



A Bdfrel or . Puncbim 



A HogS'bead or itwi 

AGamtree 

AWine-prefs 

A Dropping'tub 

A Cooler 

A'Twmelor FiUer ^ 

3^r Cock or Tap of a Barrel 

The Spigot or Peal 

The Bung-bde 



Hue no fiance a Bheoli-? ^^ ^ 

mhoir 3 * 

Cuach' bhSoidhain A Milk-pail or Cog 

Muidhc, Stopc ' A Chum or Kim 

BalJan-binntichc A Cbeefe-fat 

Fiodhan, Fafcodair-caife A^Cbeefe-fat or Cbee/e-bdck 

Siabunn ^oap 

Stuiffin, Stalcadair , Starch or Stiffen 

LXXf. ijo 7%aoib Acfuiri a fbeumar g6 
deanubh Aodichy agus ma Jhoirtin Aoidicb*, 
Of the InftrumentS erf Cloath-making, and 
Kinds of Cloath. 

Lamhlhuinglidh, 
MaidefuingUdh 
Seiitlc* . ) 
Afcard, Efcard . 
j^rioban. Card 
Guigel 
Jt'carfid 
RachkiQ 



j^ A Swingle-ftaff 



A Hatchel or Heckle- 

Hards ♦^ 

A IVooUcard 

A Diflaff or Rdck 

A Spindle 

AWUrk 

Gtidhiil, 



( 9' ) 

Cuidhill, Shniomha A Spiming-wheel 

Crois-tlwichris, (J^rois-iarna A Reel or Tam-m 
Sna lin Ldtmeffyam 

Sna Oluinn WooUnryam 

Snaith-<Iaodach A Threedof Cbtb 

Ceirtlc Shnathe * A Clue sfTam < 

Dluth Aodich The Warp of Cloth 

t^a. ■» fJadKiar. -^nenrcf^ m^ 



Anurt 

Aodich (^uinn 
Tolanta 



Cameric, Ariurt-fincalte 

Buftin, Anurt>canich 
Canabhasj Culaidh-fheoil 
^oinneadach 

Aodach Gibbjch Cajt-7 sbaized-clotb 
tcnach, n9ara fhucadh J *"«if'*?«"r 



Littrnien-chth 

r 

TVbokn-clotb 
HoUand-Utmen 

{Cambrickj Lawn or Rne- 
Utmen 
Fujiian or Bufien 
Canvas 
Hair-clotb or Safhcktb 



Aodad};lQm 
Scarpe 

Pluin-bheathrtha 
Cbttap, Canach no 

Caoinich 
Stuth-i'iode 
Taifcid 

Taiblp, ibrt Sioide 
Sedn 

Melibh^id 
Scarloid 
C4iUipQ 



Bare-clotb 

Creap 

Shear-wool or Fhckf 

• ^ Cotton 

"Taffetae 
^raby 
> Sattin 

Velvet 

Scarlet 

CalHco 



LXXII. D6 



( 92 ) . 

LXXIL Do Thaobh uigham marcachd^ agus 
Net the a bbeanas do Gbaftair no ^hriaL ' Of 
Horfe-Furniturc, and Things relating to 
Travelling. 

Srian ^ A Bridle ' 

Fan, no Arannach Sreine A J^ridle^rein 

Claiguinnach Srcinc * ^e Head-ftaU 

Aodunnacii Sreine Xbe tronufiali 

Muinelach Sreine T.he Throat-band 

Coppan na Sreine The Bofs of a Bridle 

BiaJurfnach no Mirean- 7 ^^.^ u.^ - i% 21 

Adhaftair, Taod A Halter 

DiaUaid A Saddle 

Dialluid Mn^ A Pad 

Aodach Dialta A Saddle-cloth 

Bearft-iichda rioThoifaiche A Pcytrel or Tea 
Bearft-dhciridh A Curp^l or Crupper 

Girfte, Tarrthach, 7 ^^.,. 
Bronnthach ^ S ^ ^'* 
Daga Dialta A Holjler 

Crubha no Brog Eich A Uorfe-Jhoe 
Each-chior, no Cior-coch A Horfe-conA 
TJigham Eich - Horfe-trappings 

Summag, Srathair A Pack-faddk or Soddf 

Glocbag * A Mail or -Cloak-Ik^ 

Gplog no Bolg A Budget 

Turas no Bcictfe A Journey or Voyage 

Biadh-fiubhail, Badfe Provifion for a Joumqt 
Bair, Rod-mpr, Each- 7 *- t' n ,l ' * 

'fhlighe ^ - y AheatenPath 

RqiS-cumhang A narrow Path 

.|lpid»m6r an Riogb The King*s High-wof 

|jtr»ld, no Ail?ur»cmidh A Way for Cattk ' 



Raid-cairtaidhc . 
C^rbad no C6idfe 

Carbaid-cogaidh ' 
Carbad Ipcg foufgaoilte 
(Crpchar^ Eachloinn 
Cathair iomachair 
Fearfiiibhail 
p)mpanach fiubhiil 
$teafag Spaidfoir^clid 
Lorg jio Bacan Cruijp- 
* lich, Casbheart 
lx)rg ^ 



} 



93 ) 

'■'. A Cart-fwa^ 
A Coach 
A^ Chariot 
A CaleJ^ 
A Horfi-litter 
A Chair or Sedan 
A Trofuelkr 
A FeUow^traveSep 
A fFalking-fiaff > 

Scotches or StiUi 

A ^ootfiep^ 



LXXIII. Do "tbaobb Perijiighe, no Treailh 
• Vi^^rM 'Of Husbandry. 



' > I • . 
Feariftighc 

An DutMcK 

Fcirm na Gadhail- 

• fhearuinn 

Fearunn no Talanfih 

Talamh-treabhtha • 

Glaf-talaitih/lBah-tiilanih 

Fearunn comhnart • 

Sean-talaiiih, Fiadhairc 

Croite 

Acaire \Fcaruirin '• 

lomaire 

Bailc no Bonncart 

Pais 

Meadoir, Minfheur 

Ait-inaltridh >■ 

Crann-aruir 
Corrag a Chruinn ^ 
Prim a C^hfuini^ 
$oc 



Husbandry 
The Cbunti^ 

\ A Farm cr Room 

Land or Ground '" » 

Tilled Land 

Ley^land 

A flain Field 

A jallom Field 

A Croft 

An Acre of Land 

A Ridge 

A Balk 

A Furrow 

A Meadow 

A Pajiw^e- 

A Plough 

A Plough^bandk' cr Stilt 

"Jie Pl^i^tail or Bm$ 

A Plot^b'Jbare or tock 



An 



( 94 ) 

An Q>luir ' "The Coulter 

A Spadil The Phugh-Jiaff 

A JLangairc The Soam 

AChuing The mi 

AChcannchunn,Slat-airen AGha^ 



A Chliacl^liata 

Am Brod 

Corran-gartghlanidh 

Corranbuane 

Kl, Speal 

Crannforc^ 

Scuab-arbha 

Adag-arbha 

Fasbhuan 

Mulan, Cruach-atbhair 

Ciirracag Shaoidhe 

Feur, Saoidhe 

Boiten Sapidh^ 

Siolch^nlach, Fodir 



The Harrow 

The Brod 

A JVeedrhooh 

A Sickk or Hqok 

ASyth^ 

A Prong or Fork 

A Skeaf of Corn 

A Siukk or Stouk 

^tubble 

A Stack of Com 

A Cock of tiof 

Hof , 

A Bottle of Hajf 
Fodder 



Alien, 'Faladair, Bunfeoir Orts 



Cam, Caift 
Feani, (on Cairte 
Cam-flaoide, Lofgunn , 
Sac-cuirnne ' 
Caf-cuirna 
Cuimbuill, Roth^ 
Cairtcheag, Crub 
Spocis no Tarfmnain an 7 

Rotha J 

Cuair%can, no Cuair- 

Igenih Rotha 
A Bhann laruinn 
An Deiltharuinn, an 



A Cact 

AfFain 

A Slead or jprtfjf 

A Cart "bad 

T^e Prat^bt'tr^ee or Trams 

A IVbeel 

The Stock qr NaveofaWbeel 



The Spokes 

} The JeUfor FeUf 

The Iron-band 
f ^Trigger 



Tricar 

AifilanRorii, Acaftair,! a^^ j^i^,^ 
no Mul J ^ '***^^^ 



AnTaruinn 



( 5>5 5 . 

An Taruiiifi-^fil A Lincb-fin 

tJilladh Cairtaich Cart-greafe 

Slaodan, Lorg no \ i^e TraSi of a Wheel; er 

fgffob Ciiitnnc J C Cart-rut 

Braig^dich no Braid A Horfe-colar i>r Bracbum 
Cuip, Slat-nahJtrcaichd AfVhip 

Sunimag, Srathair A Cart-fadle 

Teadhair, Ccannrach A J ether 

S^iidej buailtean AFlaii 

Guite, Fafcnag A Fan or Weicht 

Criathair no Riddil ' A Sieve or Riddle 

Sabhul A Barn 
Granchifte, Gaoirnclrf,t j n ..^^ r*' i 

Soithra, poca> Said A Sack 

Cioian A Corn-skep 

Sluafid • A Shovel 

Ma tag, Buriche/ Gom-7 j zj ,^ ,, r 

n2 ionnoirache J ^ ""^ "" ^^^''^ 

Bara-roth A H^eeUbotrow 

Bara-liimhe , . , A Hand-barrow 

^0^1''°""°'"''''^' } ^ I>«r,g-fcrk or Grape 

Riachar, lonncfli', Aolach Dung or Muck 

Aimfair-antfhiolchuir, \ o-l o j .* 

no na Curighachd J ^ ^''^'^'^' 

A Foghmhar TheHar*veji 

Dioghlum, Diafradh, \ qj. - 

Tional J ^ 

Treabhthiche, Feirmer A Farmer or Husbandrman 

TiathanacH A Tenant 

Aireun A Plough-man 

Ccannairein APkugh-driverorGcadfnan 

Cairteir • A Carter 

Fear Cuirnn ho Cartacfr A Wain-mah 

Buanicho A Reaper or Shearer ■ 

Spcakdair 



( 9^ ) 

Spcaladair yi Mower of Ha^ 

Buailteif ^ Th-e/her 

Grainfair -^ Greeve 

Aodhairc, Buachaille ^ Cow-herd or Neat-herd 

Bbchaillc Treudd^ l^rg7 f -^ Sheep-hook or Shep- 

Bbachaille J t herd^s-crook 

Mucair A Swine-hepd 

LXXI V. Do Tlaobb Muiluinn. jOf g Mill, C^f, 

Muiluinn A Mill , 

Muiluinn-uifgc A Water-mill 

Muiluinn-gaoith AfVind-mili 

Each-fnuiluinft, Muil- -^ 

uinn a chuiris Each>- A Horfe-mill 

ma ncuairt J^ . 
Bra, Muiluinn-laimhe A Hand-mil 

Clach-mhuilinn A Mill-Jlone 

^feiSr''^"" } ^ ^-^-^ 

An Treabhailte The Happer 
An Glagan, an Clabir 1})e MlUtapper 

Mouldaire Motdter 

Saddach ^ MlUuli 

C6rlach, Garbhan Bran^^ 

Muilleir A Mitter 

Atha A Kiln 



LXXV. Do Thaobh Scoiltbe, &c. Of 

School, &c. 



^ • 



1 



SccMl,.Tighf61um A School' 

Maidhaiftair-fcoile A SchooUnufier \ 

ScoUcr - AScbohf , 

iftair 



( 97 ) 

Maxdhaiflair fe Mhaid*^ 

haiftair-fcoilc. Frith > Ai Vfher or Doffcr 

Mhaidhaiftair-i^Ie 3 
O)mhfhoghlumiche ji Scboolfelbw 

Gompanachilcomair A Chairier-ftUow 

, Companadi4>iSifd no 7 SAFelhw^Mer or !%&»• 

Biodh ~ . J c boarder 

Fcar-cronichc \ ' . A Censor 
Fcar-cronkhe diwuhaif A fecret Cenfir 
Crannag^ Dafga A Desk or Pu^ 

Prcaf-lcabhrichin, Daifgin A Prefs for Booh 
I^tir A Letter 

Ooth^ Liar do ni fuaim A Vo^el 
Comhfhoghar, Confein,^ 

no Lidr nach dean > A Ccnfommt 

Goth ' 5 

i>6f hogharach A Dipttmg 

Siolladh A Sellable 

FocuU Afhrd 

Cialtfadh, Seinfos A Sentence 

Oraid ^^ A Speech 

Stopadh no Stad A Pau/e or Stef 

Ccannfguit " A Period 

Eidirdhail,EidirdheaIa.l^^.^^^^ ' 

chadh ' J " - >, 

linne A Line 

♦Earrunn arlcth A Paragraph 

Gcrradh no Rann an 7 -^ c.^*^ 

Caibidd,&?^. ^ASeaton 

Duiilthaobh, no Taobhj 

• -Duilloigannaljca- ?• APageorSiii 
bhar, idc. j 

Buillc^ A%d»f 

\ - • 

N Marfabui 



f ( 9^ ) 

Marbhan L^bhair* ' ]: qj,g ji^amlt 

Lethojr Duuloige .J 

CaibiaU " JCbi^ter 

iRann AVerJe 

Leabhar A Book 
JLcabhrah, G'lacl<tabhar,l j i^^;^ g^^,^ 

no' Leabhar beg O 

Rola, Bholam -^ f^okme 

* • . 

Meobhrunnach,Leabhar7 J ^ook of Remen^mt 

Cuimhnachain J 

Leabhar Notaidh , -^ Noie^k 

Oiimhrige no Brat 7 g^,, C$ver of a Book 
Lcabhait J V . , . 

Gronaa^jiioglasbcLcabhair ^Clafp 

Peann ^ P^J^ 

Scoltadh Finn "The Ckft of a Pen^ 

Scian Pheann ^ Pen-hnfe 

Pcannagan, C& Pheann ^ Femier 

Dubh, Inc . . Ink \ 

Acfbinn Scriobhaidh, \ At lnk4^orn \ 

no Dubhadan J 
Scafard, Scafdubh AStandift> 

Bocfc Gainache A Sandrhx 

Paipcr Fafer 

Sio^e^ Stua'clR nd Rola j^ ^^^^^^ ^^ p^ \ 

Cuair Paipeir, bo 24 Rola ^ ^'rr <?/ Pa^er ^ 
Paiper caol no f inealta Fine Paper 
Paiper glas Gray Paper 

Paiper aodiWch, no X sMng P^ 

Paiper a hgis roimhe J a -«^ 

Meanmnunn, Crociunn ? p^^,^^^ • 

rnaiper J ■ 

:feIlfcot, BafidUbh -rf Blot 'or Blur 

Scriobhlochd, lomaruU 7 . ^ ^ . „„;.^, . 

no Cron-fcriobhakih- J "^ ^*^ *" "^'"^^ - 

Scachran, 



^ ^ 

.'*; 



> « 



n i_ .. ^S 99 ) 

Seachran, Mcarachd j4n Error • 

Mac-Ieabhaii:, Samplair jl Copy 
Fios, Litir A miffioe Letter or Epifile 

Saol, §tamp$ir, no 7 . ^ , 
Dcilbhin J^?/< 

Ceir (haoilidh, Glaiadh Sealing fFa:c 
ijtrichc, Teachdaire ^ \, j p a 
' litrichin noGhnokhui-T ; ^ 
Lcafan A Leffon 

Talg, Uallach, Quram A Task or Penfe \ 

tTcam, Arguin A Thetne ; 

lontadh no lompadh go7 ^ ^^^^ 
• Canmhuin oile 3 * . , ■ . 

Riaghuil A Ruk 

ghabhail . ^ i An Exfepttpn 
Tounadh, Toinadh An Accent 

Leabhar ceafnichft ^ -^ Catecbifm • 

An Biobla naomKtha 3^^^ tioly ^ibk 

Gramair* A Grammar - 

Leabhar tionfgnaidh, ") 
^ Leabhar foirtheagaife > ?i&f Rudiments of Grammar 

Riodimen ' ^ 

Focloir,LeabharainminniD A Vocahdary 
jFocuU mhinighoir \ A Diffionary 

Canamhuin, Tcanga A Language 

Beurla-eagair Jargon.or,Gi^hev^ 

Rofg. . ^ Profe 

Ranntighachdj Rann- 7 y ^ 

nihifarachd S - -^ * 

Rann AVerfe 

Dan, Laoigh A Poenf 

DintuighaehdjFUeachdr p . .v 

Ealadhan J ^^^P 

File, Fear-dana, Bard . A Poet 

Fijii),* KWjn .V , . > . . . . . . ^ Smatterer in ^xy 

•in.. .... ..'.v. Oraid^ 



( rofo ) 
Oraid, Doan Cain? ar 7 ^ q^^^. 

a cur an Ordo maith J 
Oradichc, Duantlure Jn Orator 

Briarachas, Urlabhradh . Oratory or Rbet$ri$k 
Gnafhocull, Seollabhairt A Phrafe 
Splcadh, Fion%^al A ^abk 

Seanraitc 4 Provirk 

Tomhfigan, Dubhfocull A Riddk 
Falgha,Sugrddb,Abhcaid ^Jr/ 
Eachdruinn^ Sdair ^ A JHidory 
Seanchas, Leabhar Seaiih " 

chais no cqntais ar v - ^ #-l • ; 

Gnomhichin na fca|i ^ ' ^^^'^ 

Aimiaire 

Genfhoirm An .Sridgment l9r Compend 

Tus, Tionlgnadh, Toifach ^the Beginning 
Mcadboin ne Middle : 

JjAthy Lcathchuid, 7 n^ Half 

Dciridh, Finid ^ End 

|Fcar ar ambi, Tinnis. 7 . ^ 

fcachd, aTinnis,fallfa-r ^ ^"^"^ 

^Sciuirfc^ Ti» A Scourge 

3?haimcir A Palmer 

Gul, Caoinadi^ Weeping 

Deur A tear 

Riobhchltr AinimHttc A Catalogue 

Tuarifdil Maighaiftair ^e Ma/ier^s Reward 

paidhidh Raitbc . . A Quarter -paytmnt 

Aimfer fliaoir . ^The Vacation or Vaoanci 

Quiche ^ Piof ., ^ 

LXXVL Do tbaobb Ardfcoile, no Coldijde. . 

Of a College; . 
Golaifla j . 4 CoSqt - 

Ar4CboIail^ AnJc^et^eplMui^ 



( >ox ) 

vetfty 
Fear-inid Swinifilcir ^ Vtcsibmuelbr 



^u 1 Tj -T^ Principal or Btai 4 



Fear teagailg piadhachd A rrofejjor of Vrumiy 
Fear aidbhaaTtall&ittchd ' A Prrfeffir of Pbilofity 
Fear aidbhail no lhcag-1 ^A Profejor of Matbe-^ 
'■ afg na Mattemattigs S \ maiicks 

Fear aidbhail Qinmhiunc «^ Profejfor of Lanffifi^e 
ttSLT aidbhail na cah-7 ' ^ ^^^fLfrL ^r zr^^^ 
^ mhoine laidinncefr. J ^ '^ W^ eTAiww*^ 

Tcallfanach ■ A Pbilofopbcr 
Teangcair^noCanamhneach A Humiimji 

Mattemacticach A l^bmatidm 

Fear teagaifg' fan Cholaifde A FeUow of aCoIkge * 

Fear ftuidirra, Stuides^rrach A Student ' 

Leabhragan, teabharlann A Library 

Fear glefta I^ei^braichlh A Keeper of s Library 

LXXyiL Do thaoSb Aimfaire, Of Time. 



.5. I 



IJinc, Aimlair, Txm Time- 

tJaif An Hour 

liethuair Half an Hour 

Carteal na Huairc A ^jiarter of an Hour 

Pair go leth^ ' An Hour and an half 

Minaid A Mimte 

Tiaitog, Tiotadh A Moment 

Ij3l^ XjS a a Day 

Oidhchc ^ A Night , 

Gairmchailich 7^ Cock-cfozvinf 
A Chamhanach. Bri- 7^ ^. « .r /. ^ 



Madinn 



( ^9? ) 

Madinn uhe Mhmng 

Eridh na Greinc ^ fbe Sunr-rifitig 

Meadhoin La9 ^ra Nona Mid^ or Np(m 



^oitnh ipheadhoin La 
be tnheadhoin JLa 
Feifcair . 
Luighe n^ Greine 
Eataiir-fhblus, t)omhir- 
' thra-na-hoidhchc ' 
Forair, Caithris 
Meadboih-oidhche 
Seachmhuin 
Didomhnich 
DiluaiQ > 
Dimairt 
Diciadaoine 
Diardaoin 
Dihaoine 
Dialathuirnnc 
Uinc dho La 
Uine thrrLa 
Uine cheithair La 

Mi, M^'os ... 
Ginnihiir, no a Mi- 

dcidhonnach don 

Gheamhraidh 

Fcabhra, no anciad Mi- 7 r^. ^^ 
donErrack ' ^^ February 

A Mart, no an Mi X m^ rh 
meadhanichdonErrachr •^^^^'^ 

Aibrcan, noanMi-dcid-7^ ^. y 



^e Fore-noon 
^e After-noon 
^e Evening 
The Stm-fettnig 

\ The Twiligbr 

A Watch by Nig^ 

Mid-nigbt 

AfVeek 

Sunaay 

Munday 

"Tuefday^ 

Wedmjfdwy 

Tbwrfday ' 

Friday : 

Satwti^ 
wo jjays Space 
ee Bays Space 
Four Days^ Space 
A Month . 

Januafy 




- ,-'* 



/ 



honnach don Errach 
A Madh, a Bheltinn, 
iio an-ciad-tnhi-don- 
tihamhrsidh 



J^^ 



/■'.f.' ri 



Gium, 



> ».^ ## 



V ( ',103 ) 

yGiuin, OgvoiiiiiiP a Mi- V 
.^ meadhpoa^ah > June 
Tffaaiohciudh 

Buidhc-nihi, no a Mi^ 

deidfaannach an > yuif 

Tflmnhraidh i . 

C^ft, n© an ciad Mhi-7 j^;^ 

don Fhobhar i ^^ - - 

A Seaiclimhi, no an Mi-7 
. mcadhdnach an > Septernber 

FhobhaJr J 

An Tochdmhi, no an !^ _^ , 

Mi-dcidhonnach an S- ^^"^ ' ' 

, Fhobhali^ 3 

A Naomhi no an ciad- 7 j^ovenAer 
nihi-don Gheamhraidhj 
An Deichmhi, no an ^ 

Mi-meadhanach an > T^cember 
■ GheamhraHK 5^ 

ijinc a dhsl MMos • ^«* Months Space 

pine a thri Mies • 3f2v« Months Spaci 

iTuic a ftiea Mios Six Months Space 

Am, Seifoin ASeafm 

Ah Tearradi ' • 3>* %^'^ 

AnSamhradh The Summ& 

An Fobhair 33&« Harveft 

An Gcamhridh ^e '^w^*' 

Ah eomhfhadthra Errich ^« 'oemal Equinox 

An Comhfhadthra \<tbe autumnal Emnox 

Fobhair - J 

An Ghrianftad, no an 7 y^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Sealghrian Samhridh J 

An Ghrianftad, no anSc-l cj^e Winter So0ice 

. aighrian GeimhrauihJ 
Bliaghann A Tear 

Bliaghna go kth • ^ A Ztar and a Ha^ ■ ' 
■'■■■:' . ••' ' . 3liaghna 



( io4. ) 

Bliaghna a Lcuiiia A Ltiap Tear 

pine da Bhliagna ' Two Tears Space 

tJ;ric a thri Bliaghna Three Tear's Spa&if 

IJine a cheithair Bliaghna Fout Ifears Spac^, 

Uine a chuige Bliaghna five Tears . &pacc 

tJine a fhe Bliaghna 

trine a fheachd Bliaghna 

Uine ji Dhdch Bliaghna 

Acs Duine 

Aos, no Ceudbliaghil& 

Annaladh 

ANiu, anDiudh 

A Ne, ah De 

O chuinn tri La 

O chuinn cheithair La 

chuinn chuige La 



b chuinn fea lA 
An La roimhe 
An La nadheidh 
AchuileLa, Gach 
A Miirich 



Six Tears Space 
Se*uen Tears Space 
fen Tears Space 
A Manfs Age 
A hundred Xearf 
ABateofTinit 
To-dof 
Te/lerSy 
Three Dojfs d^^ 
F^wrDays aga 
Five Dajfs agi$ 
Six Days ago 
The Day iefori 
The Day aft& 
BveryDay 
To-morrow 
Two Days hence 
A holy Day 



Da La uaidhe to 

La feille^ Lana^Hp^tha ., ^ 

La oibreach, hb Deanadaia A working D^ 

La feachandch no Cdrr A difmd Dai 

La nulhealbhach goAid-7 c ADaym which ii is iah 

J I lawful U plead 



hnaraicHd no go Tagra. 
A Nollig 
aifc. ' 

Caingis, Cingis 
An f heill Martuinn 

Midachan, Calinder 
Uimd^ gloiM 



Chrijimajs or Tule 
Eq/ierJay 
fFhitfimday 
Martinmas 

{An Almanack or Propi^ 
fiica$ion 
An Hour^glafs 

Ufundak 



V 



( /°5 ) 

0dridair Granc, V^i«^^ 

Grianchloch J 

j'aileufichc an ' Ghri- 1 

anuairidair no Qag- V ^e Stile of a Dial 

mheaf J . , 

ijairidair Laiinhe, Shakfe ^fFatcb 
Clagmhear, Corrag no ■> . . ,. 

Lamh an Uairidair ^ The BoH of a Clo^ 
i Chluig J _ 

Cudthrim an Ueunddr The Poife or Pike 

tXXVIIl. bo tbai>bb'Cblukbinnin, Of Playt; 

Cluidie - A Play or Game 

. Tearifchuidachd }Sfort or P^ftmu 
'^'^^^^^^'^^-l A P^eant or $ho^ 

tape 4.^^ , 

5ciuifc . A Scourge * 

Spadag, ^malag, Speach ^ Ftllip or PS^wjJ "' ' 

Ball-coife, Liaroid-coife A Poot-ball • • ' 

Ball-Uimhe, Liaroid- i ^ ^^.^^^ 
, Laimhe j 

Ball-goufa, Ball-leathair . A Golf-ball 

Camman, Bachuill, 1 ^ qj^ 

Uiipanaicjhc; S 

An Pianair ^e T^az 

An Pcaliftair fbe §uoit «r Pemrj^oni 

An Cailifc ^e Keals or JNifie'-fms 

An Teinjifchfiirt ^ Timis-courf 

F^che Boularaehd A BowUtigfffrien 

O Lenabb 



\ 

1 



( io6 ) 

Lenabh IJudhach A Puppet or Bdy 

Raccaid ■ A Riuket 

Ball, Peiler ^5«o/ 

Cusbair, Cteannbirach A Jack : 

Pdler-iaruinh An Iron-bulkt 

Quiche na Billiardin The Billiards 

Clar-BhilHardin The Billiard-table 

'tSl"^" }^»«^^-'^ . 

BaU-Bhilliardin ^ ABiUiarUdl 

Calicharcain, Gleicccn A Shittle-cock or decking 

Clar ^n Arcchilioch iio7 A Baftk-^or (ft' decking;^ 

aGfhleiccain J board 

Cartin Plojfing Cards 

Difne A Die or Dice 
Diflcn,anTurachiirithe,7 > tn. » , 

Bofcc.Dhifiiin '>-^I>^^^ , 

Taimhliig A Pair of Tables 

Bord-fheife A Chefs-board 

Fear feoirnila A Chefs w Table-man 

Cluich ar Sheife ^ 3^^ Game at Chefs 

Quiche no iomaiit nan 7 -* t\ i. t% ' 

Dammichin J ^' ^'^^^'' ^ ^^''^"^^ 

Comhchearrach • A Plajf-fellow 

Gibht,Gibteachos,Gitaniis A Gift 

1^ eodhar-ghif t,SainfeI A Newyear^s Gift or Haiffel 

Crannchar A Lottery 

LXXIX. Do "Thdohh acfuin ami Of Muficaf 

Inftruments, &c. 

Ceor , ^ ■ Muficl ''^* 

Confiiiicirtn Harm&ny 

Binnis, oirfid Mtkdf • 

^ Otan 



( 

Qran 
Burdan 

Fedan no Ffuit 
Fidaig, Fedag no Gaill 

fhedan 
APhibHoboi. 
Pib mhalaid 
Stoc, Trompaid 
Cniit, Tiompan 
Qragain 

Biomileis, Oidhcheol 

Duldniar 
Sacbhutis 

Clairfach 
FidhaU 
Beis . 

Troumpc 

Te«d 

Bogha fide 
Pinne no Cochair fiole 
FearCuil 
Pibairc 

Pihaire pibe mailaidh 
Stocair Trompadair 
Clairfeir 

Qairfeir a Iheinnis oran, 
no churis le Clairfich 
Fiodhler 



107 ) 

' A Stmg &r BaSad 

AFhuesr Tipe 
'X A FlageJkt cr Wbiftk 

^ AHoboy 

- ABag-fipe 
A Trumpet 

' A Cymbal 
A Pair of Organs 

{Firginals^ or Fair of Vir- 
ginals 

ADukimer 

- ASackbta 

- A Harp 

A VtoUn or FiMe 
ABafsViol - 

A Trump 

{A Lute^ Harp J or Fiidk- 
ftring 
A Ftddle-Jiick 
AFiddkfin 
A Mujician 
APipe 
A Bag-piper 
A Trumpeter 
A Harper 
1 AJingitvg Harper 

^ AViokr or Fiddkr 



LXXX^ Do libdQbh Urracbin & Inide naomotb, 
6cc. Of Sacred jPcrfons, Places, &c. 



Faighe 
Sagart 



A Prophet 
APrieft: 



AnUhagart 



. • k 



ii 



AnJffiagait / ABghPriefi 

licbhitach A Levite 

Easball no At^4 An Apftle : 

Sofgealiche^ 4nJS!tmgtUJl 

Prfomhath^ir ^ Patriarch 

EaAuig A Btfhop or frtlate 

Brfomhaigh A Pritnate 

Ardeasbuig An Arcbh^hop 

Peadhan AJiean 

Frdsendair * A Prebendary 

^plparfim A Parfon - . 

MiniOeir . A Mmfter 

Spiplin A Chaplin 

TfcasbitaSv A Presbyfer 

fbirfach, Eiltcir An Elder - 

Deicin ^A Deacon 

Gciiach Eag;I;»U A Sexton or Be'adk 

Pap, Easbuig Cathrich 7 j ^-d^: 

\ na Roimhe / > ^ ^T ^ , ^ 
Cardinal^ togha^ ^m Bipe A Cardinal 

Abba .;.','.. An Abbot 

Man^ch A Monk 

Brathair Bochd A Frier 

Caillach dhubji A Nun 

Dithrcimhach A IJermit^ 

Fear turis, Tunifaa A Pilgrim 

Eaglais, Teampull A Temple or Church 
Mainiftw Chaillxch dubha A Convent or Nunnery 

Caibal 1 AChafpel 

laid m fciibbcife fim 7 «i.^ r^^^ r xx . 

E4glais : :, , . ^ ^ Channel or ^tn^ 

Ab|)^d . Ah ANiey 

Aitair At Altarr^, 

HMxidm, Ocsamskst • ^ Rtbne 



( m ) 

Suighecluui no Inid y 

• Sdigheahn an Esjg- > ji Desk or pm 

lais, Dafce S ' ' 

Beiftri, Nacrmhtbaifce AVeJiry 
Troraid no Stiobol -^ Belfry or Steepk 

0ag mor ' ' ' A grefU Belt 

Cl^ beg, Lamhchlag, 1 ^ ^^^^^ ^^j^ 

Cluigin : J 

TeMiga a Chlujg A ^eU-ch^per ^ 

(Garradh na Heaglais an7 A Churchward ar^ Buru^ 
tinidaullige,cladh,rplicj place •- 

Uaidh * ; . ' .« '. A Grave 

Lcac Uadhach ' A Grape-Jione 

Tunga, Tuamb^ A To0 

Crocharbid, Qfije mairt^h A Bi&^ Coffn or T^ainhefi^ 
Corplein, Tailheadach • 7 , j r^r j- /t . " ' 

Brtfhbhrat, Bmtbroin ^fZ^"''^^^' '^ ^^' 

Lamhlpeic A Hand-fpuk 

Toitthadh, Tiolacadh 'i j r* 7 » . , 

. ollanachadh. - jr ^ ^«»^^l "^ Bmal 

Marbhroinn, Tuirthamh AnFpitapb 

tjirnaigh, no Seirbheis ♦^ ' 

' choitchcann na Heajg- L A LUurgy 

lais •' ^ ^ » ' ;,, 3 
Searmo'n A Sermon 

Grund aft teaguifg A Text 

Uirnidh A Prayer 

AlItachadhjTabhirtbuifhb A Grace 
Oran naomhtha, no Salm A Pfalm 
Fonn naomhtha no Ledan A Hymn or LiUo^ 
Ainteim ' .». . An /inthem^ ' 

Jobairt A Sacrifice 

5acrumcid A Sacrament 

Baiftadh Baptifm/^ 

Soipeir 






\ 



( no ) 

Suipcir an Ticghcama ^ IflK^s Supper 

An Deachamh 3^^ Tithes 

Bachuill Easbuig A Crofier or Bijhop^s Staff 

. Ccannbharr Easbuig ^ A Mitre 

Cafog ACaJlf$ck 

Lein eifiinn, Surplis A Surplice 

Parroiftc,Sgiorachd A Parijb 

Parroiftc Easbuigc A Diocefs 

Comhairlc ghcnerailtc A General Council 

Ardshcanadh A General AJfembfy 

Seanadh A Synod 

LXXXL Do liaoib Luingis Of Shipping. 

Long A Ship ' _, 

Camhlach, Plod A Beet or Nany 

Longchogidh A Man of War 

Frigairt A Frigat 

Lwig Spuinnidh no ^ ^ p^^^^^^ 

Comhairtich j 

Longmharfontachd A Mercbant-man 

Lohgfhada AOaUey 

Longf hada an Admirail The Aimral Galley 

Scothlong ATacht or ply^oat 

Barca A Bark 

Pinais no Biitc aighair A Barge or Pinnace 

Ethair, Calidh, no Coitte A Boat or Coble 

Ethair iafgcair *A Filher- boat 

Scuileir no Curi A Sculler or Wherry 

Scoth Geola A Skiff or Toal 

Ethair aishig • A Ferry-boat 

Drim diorich na Luiogc ST&tf Keel of a Ship . ... 

Biordhubh 



<■ 
/ 



( J" ) 

ne Stem 



Biordhubh na liliinge 
An Toiikhi no Caiftd 1^ p^^ ^ p^^^^i^ 
t(Mlhich na jjuinge J ^ 

> The Poop or 5fl^ 

He Rudder or Hebn 

The Ca0and or fVind-'bem 

^ The Pimp 



An Tilidh, Deiridh, an 

Caiftei deiridh 
A Stiuir» a Falbhadair 
Undais na Luinge 
An Tuimpe, a Phib- 

thaoilgaidh 
AnLouttanoClaruachdO ^^ j^^^j, 

rach na Lutnge J 

ASaitfe 
Na Totanna 

A Seolchrann, an Crann 
Ah Crann Spreoidc 
Seol 

An tfhlatfhuile 
A Chrannag 
A Suaichintis 
Acfuinn Luinge 
Staidhinnin Luinge 
Rop, Ball, Coilpen 
Cabla, Muirtheud 
Ball cluaiihe no Sgoide 
Ball Langaiftiche, no 

Langais 



Ulog 

Acair 

Fleodruinn 

Crcigair 

Faridh 

Ramh 

Liodh raimhe 

Bac no Bache 

Alach ramhe 

Geadha 



He Hatches 

He Rowers Seai 

He Maft 

He Bolt'fprit 

A Sail 

A Sail-yard or Roe 

He Round-top or Ork^ 

He Flag or Streamer 

He Tackling of a Ship 

He Stages of a Ship 

A Rop or Tow 

A Cable 

A Sheat-rope 

\ A Towing-rope 

A Pulley 

An Anchor 

A Buoy 

A Grapple 

A Ladder 

An Oar 

He Blade of an Oar 

A Howl or Haw 

A B^ of Oars' 

A Boat-poi or Sling 

Leabba 



T r,^ 



Eidarbhacain "^ SptKP between the Om 

^Bechd no (ipmpais Marich A Seamaif.^ Cofnpajy 

Gairchath ria Marichiri 3%^ SeamMs Sbauf 

Nos Luingais J bock fir Ships 

Cath no Har fairgc A Sea-figi^ 

Briftidh Luingis A Sbip-wruck .,- 

Luchd Luingidh , ASbif Loading ^^ 

Maighiftair Luinge ^e N^fier of a Ship 

Balaildc mtqfi 

Marich A Mariner or Seamah 

Scibbadh na lAiinge - Tibe Ship Crew 

Scibber Luinge na fear iuil The Pilot or Skipper of a Ship 

Caiptin Luingt TheCc^ain of a Ship 

Saor Luinge A Ship-wrigbt 

Ranihichc A Rower - 

Fear Aifliig . A Ferry-man 

Fear ata g^hail Aifliig A Paffenger . ; *. 

Faridh Fraight for Pdfage 

Soighdairc fairgc Sea-Soldiers 

LXXXIL Do "Thaobb Soighdairaibd M 
CogaidL Of Warfare, 

Cogadh ffTar 

Sith no Siochaimh Peace 

Einach,OinachFdfedh,-f \ 

no Stad re uairC o ^ JTruce ; 

Chogaidh ^ 
Einachgpirid AJhortTrwe^ , 

Comhcheangil, Leig AUague 

Gbmhftrith, Tuafiid, 7 ^ jj^;,^ ^^^; * . 

T»l?Old ^ S ^Ir -i 



( ^^3 ) 

Bufcaid, Broiladh ABt^le 

Culmhutairachd, Erighc 

amach go huaigiiach 

an adhaigh dhaoin ^ MsUin^ 

ata OS bhur Cionn j 

ShakiiS-e"'''^^' '''' •} ^ ^^^^'^ ^ Chalknge 
Comhrig Deife, Combat A iHul or Combat 
Larum, Caiiamacbd p 

fairichadh go dul a > -^^ Alarm 

Narmabh b 

Scdrmis ^ A Skirfmjk 

Blar n<»Machairc ^ Bank or Bgbt 

Buaidhlarich, I^mha- \ j y^g'^ 

nuachdar, Lathair J "^ 

Safmhort, Cbfgrach ^ Mqffacre 

Craobhchofgair A Trophy 

Cathrcim A Triumph 

Teichadh, Maim ' A Flight 

Tcarmun, Diduinn A Refuge 
Couthartach, Pluiidruinn A Prey or Booty 

Spuinnadh Argain Spoil 

Scife, Uimedhruidadh 7 ^ ^. 

liigeis 1^^/^^^ 

Striocadh^...,^ A Surrender 

Priofonach gioU^-ftfaigho . zj.a... 
den tairis ^ ^ fjlage 

Namhid,Biodhbhe An Enemy 

Tir-namhad An Enemfs Pountry 

Pais no Forluch A Pafs or Foreloof 

FocuU an Airme, Ciall -y Jjf,^tcb.^,rd 

chogair 5 

Sluaidh, Neaft an Righe Forces 
Armailt^ ' • An Army 

Lamh dhcas an Airm The Right''wing 

Lamhchlx an Airm ' TbeLrft-noing 

. p Corp 









( 114 ) 

Corp an Airm 'J^' ««» ^oif 

* frr^"" '"^* } * «- 

An Ridhir, no Deiradh 7 -*, „ 
an Airm "^ The Rire 

Taobh no Slios an Airm yj^ J%«i(: . 

Sluadh-coife ^e Infantry or PooUforces 

Marclhluadh fbeCavairyor Horjmm 

Bragaade A Brigade 

Reifunaid A Regiment 

Brattailloin choifakhin A Battalion of Foot 

Cuidach choifaichin A Company. of Foot 

"iTriip Each A "Troop of Horfe % 

Sreath no Rene A R/mk 
A foil, no an Tfhrcath- 7 ^ 

air Daimhnid . J ^ ^''^ 
Fcachd Bailc mboir ata ^ 

ga noilcnachadh ar > 5^^ trainAands . . 

Laimhfichadh Armc j - ^ . 

.Culearolis Sluaidh . -^ Merve ^ 

For lionadh Airm A Recruit 

beacMnn Arma, Siri^h^l ^ ^^^,^ ^ /?.;/.fc^^« 

Aitc muftair, Aitc y 

dfcachuinn no go > ^ Mffiering-flace ' 

tarruing fuas Airm 3 
Togail Shotghdarin -^ Levy 

rfidaif a5 Luaidhe, 1 Ammunition 

, Storas Cogidh J 
Innlidh no biadh Each Forrage 
Bagaifde, Airnis Baggage 

. Paidhidh Soighdcir A Soldier's Pay 

Frecidan ^ A Guard or JVatcb 
Gaird pefibnta an Ri^gh the Life-guard 
Bratich, Meirghc A^ Banner or Standard 

Drumma A Drum 

^ • ^ Galla- 



(I 

Galla-dhrumma 
Airtn 

Armighachd 
Ccann-bhcirt, Clogid 

Luirich chogidh 

Cota-Bufia 
Eididh uchda 
Goirfeid, Eididh muinel 
Eididh Calape 
Lamhunn iarainn, 

Eididh lamh ' . J 
Sgiath, Targaid 
Crun, Copn,no.Ubhull? 
• na Sgeithe ^ S 

Cota Soighdair 
Crap-laici 
Ball-airm 
Batta 

Oath no Slcadh 
Sleadh chorranach 
Claodhamh,no Cloidhamh 
Cloidhamh crbm, Siapla 
Duille no Truaille 
Cramhbard, no Crampaid 
Gearrafcian, Cuinfcir no 1 

Bidag 5 

Roibhne,Lanfe, no Gath") 

Cogidh ^ S 

Albard, Tailebairt 
Pic, no Gath 
Crann pice, no Gatha 
Rinn no calg airm 
Eachghuin 

Bogha ^ 

Srcng bogha , Taifcid 



15 ) 

A Kettle-drm 

Arms 

Armour 

An Helmet or Head-piece 

{A Brigatulim §r Coat of 
• Mail 
A Buff^coat , 
ABreafi^latt 
A Gorget . 
Greats 

A Gauntlet 

A Shield or target 

The Bofs of a Shield 

A Soldiefs Cafjock 

A Knap-fack 

A Weapon 

A Staff or Boston 

A Hart or Jamelin 

A barbed JaveUn 

A Sword- 

A Scimitar or Shab^ 

A Scabbard 

The Chape or Cratnpet 

A Dagger^ fFhinger or ptfk 

ALaunce 

A Halbert 

A Pike or Spear 

A Pike or Spear-^ftaff 

The Point if a Weapon 

Caltrops 

A Bow 

A Bow-firing 

Cuib^^nn 



( ii6 ) 

A BoW'C^fe 

An Arrow 

A Quiver 

A Bracelet 

A Sling 

A Crofs-iow 

A Gun 

A great Qm or Can&n 

A Mufquei 



Cuibhrlnn bogha 
S^ighad 
Balg Saighad 
Eidadh GairdcH 
. Cninii TabhuiU 
Croisbkogha 
Gunna 

Gunna mor, CanogL 
Mofcaid, Guna farfumg 
Carabin, Gunna Marcaich A Carbine 
Daga, PioftU A Pi/lol 

Bonu 
Pblcir 

Fudair Gunna 
Fadadh cluaife, maitfc 
Scrodha, no bcaft gunna 
Campa 

Campa gcimhridh 
Cartcalin gcimhridh 
)30th-co^idh, Fubull, 

Pailhun 
Pailliun an Tfhenerail 
Rampair no Badhon 
Trainfe 

Garifton, Daingionn 
Caiftcal , 

Drochaid thoealich, no 7 ^ ^^ t . , 
tharmingc ^ ^ Draw-Mge 

Eircchomlila A Portcullis 

Obair-uqhdc A Parapet or Breaji-wcrk 

Arm-thaifgc, Tich X a lur 

ftoroisanAirm / ^ ^i^"" 
Crann togbhalach A Crane 



A Bomb 

A Bullet br Ball 

Gun-powder 

'A Match 

A Worm or "Drawer 

A Camp 

A Winter-cantp 

Winter-quarters 

\ A ^ent or Pavilion 

^e Generates ^ent 
A Rampier or Bulwark 
A Trench ' ' 

A Garrifon 
ACaftle 



LXXXIII Do 






( "7 ) 

LXXXIIL Do Thaobh Vrrachin Soighdairoil. 

Military Perfons. 



Scneral Airm 

Seneral Each 

Lieutennant Seneral 

Maidfor Seneral 

Coirneal 

Lieutennailt Coirneil 

Maidjfor 

Caiptin 

An Caiptin a fine 

Lieatennaiita 

Fear brattich 

Fear brattich ar Eachibh 

Siarfair 

Corpiler 

Drummair 

Saigbdeair 

Saighdeair cummonte 

Q>mh-fhaighideair 

Saighideair coife 

Marcugheach, no Trupair 

Saighidear ina uile 7 

Armabh J 

Sean SXghidear 
Saighidear ar faotinn a \ 

cheada S 

Saighidear ar a Bhriftidh 
Saighidear gan f holum 
GiUe Saighidair 
Saighidear Singilte 
Sp/ther, Sgyd 
Fear a rith as o narm 7 

gan-chead J 



A Gpieralofan Army 
A Genial m^^ Horfe 
A LieutetuKmjenerd 
A M^jin- General 
A Colonel 

A Lieutenant Colonel 
A Major 
A Captain 
"The oldeji Captain 
A Lieutenant 
An Enfign 
A. Cornet 
A Serjeant 
A Corporal 
A Drummer 
. A Soldier 
A^ommon Soldier 
A Fellow-Soldier 
A Foot-Soldier' 
A Horfeman or trooper 
A Soldier in compleat 

Armour 
An old Soldier 

A difcharged Soldier 

A disbanded Soldief 
A raw Soldier • 
A Soldier^ s Boy 
A Sentinel or Gentry 
A Spy or Scout 

ADeferter 



Muftir 



«-> . • 



I 



( "8 ) 

Muftir mhaighiftair A M/fier^maJter 

Fear a Hiaodnn chairtc- 7 ^ /a ^^ a 

Fear F^idh|||kAirm A Pajf-majier 

Fear IntlealHLr obair 7 ^ r . 

chogidh/noEafcmer J ^ ^^'^^^ 
Gunnair ' - A Gunner 

Mofcatiche,Fcar MoTcaide A Mufqueteer 
Fear-pichcc A Pike-man 

Fear bogha An Archer 

Fear Crainn tabhuill A SUnger 

Minncr no fear chIod-'> 

hachflilocgo feidadhS A Minor ' 

fuas fudair '^ 

Fou thoUadair, Fear ^ ^ p- 

Clodhaich fou bh-4Ua J ^ ^^^^ 

LXXXI V. Do rbaobb Marfointacbd. Of Mci 

cltendife. 

Marfontachd, Malairt Mercbandife 

Gnodhach Buftnefs 

Barigan • A Bargain 

Pris A Price / 

Airlis, Pdnn Airlife An Eamefhpnnf of^Arks 

Geallbarondis, Geall A Pledge or Pawn 

^gf^*^' ^^'^&^j. Ca/b or ready Money ' 

Bann cheangail A Bond Obligatory 

Fiachan, Ainbhf hiach Deil 

Feicheamhnach A Debitor 

Fear na Bhfiacha A Creditor 

Riabh airgid Annualrent or Intereft 



?- JPack'chti? 



( "9 ) 

■ Toirtfairis Ainj^hfioch {'^,,^'''^' '^ ^^ 

Buannachd Gdn.tn- AinkaUage 

Call , Ufs 

Oinds An Accompt 

Leabharcuntis A Compt-book 

Faaoir AFaaor 

Krtiche, fear parte A Partner 

Aonmhargadh A Monopoly 

Pachcair, Peidileir A Pedler or Cbapnum 

Paca, Pachca A Fardel or Pack 

Pafcan no Paggaid A Bundle o^ Bunch 

Lionniach thrufidh 

Aodich-pachcidh 

Snaith tniflidh, Snaith 7 j n^. ^, ^ , or . . 
^jj^jj^ ' > A Pack'threed or Skamgzte 

Margad, Fcill, Aonich A Fair or Market 
Meid, Cudtrom, Balaifte A BaUance 

. ^lomhf °^'' "^^^ }'^b'^culeofaBaaance 
An X-amh-lub ' ^ 'The Handle of a BaUance ^ 

^ Maide meidhc an 7 --, ^ ^ r » 1 7 
Cmnn cobhthramiche: > ^' ^''^ 'f <* ^"^^ . 
T^anga meidhe TS^ tongue of a H^dlance 

LXXXV. Do ^aobh Cuinnidb. Of Coins. 

Airgid Money 

Da.pheidhinn 4".^ ^^^^' rumef or ^m^ 

L pennies 

Doid, Fairdin A Farthing 

Bonnifea ABaubie 

Scillinn albannach. Da- 7 A Penny, Shilling or Twehe^ 

phcidhinn deug J ^^109^^ 

Tri buinn a Sea Three halfpence 

Tri Scillinnin Three-pence 

SeaScillinnin ^Jr Six-pence 

^ Marig 



( 



iang 

ant 

>c>lor 

.i^run 

Oucaid 

Tallan 

BeartiS) Maoin, Saidh-' 
bhrios 



120 J 

AMerk 
APdund 
A Dollar 
A Crown 
A Ducat 
A Talent 



} 



Riches 



LXXX VI. Do "Thaobb Chudtromichin, no Chi, 

thfomichin. Of Weights. 



Giiinne 
Scrupill 
Draum 
Unfe 
rWUnfe 
Tri Unfachin 
Pkint ar Cudrira 
Cdthair UrtfacWn 
Oiig Unfachin 
Sea Unfachin 
Scachd Unfachin 
Ochd Unfachin 
Naoi Unfachin 
Ddch Unfachin 
Aon Unfe deug 
Leth Unfe 
Unfe ga Icth 
Clach ar Cudrim 



A Grain 
A Scruple 
A Drachm 
An Ounce 
Two Ounces 
Three Ounces 
APjoundJVeigbt ' 
Four Ouncis 
Fvue Ounces 
Six Ounces 
Seven Ounces 
Eight Ounces 
Nine Ounces 
Ten Ounces 
Eleven Ounces 
Half an Ounce 
An Ounce and a I 
A Stone-weight 



LXXXVIL Do rhaobh mhifoir Fad 

Mcafures of Length. 



(%'leach 
Lqid na Boife 



An Inch 

A Hand-kcadt 



( 

Rcis 

Troidh 

Leth-throidh 

Troidh ga Icth 

Bannlamh, Lamh-choiUc 

Slat 

Aithamh 

Ceim 

Staid 

Mac 

Peirfc 

Leig, no tri mile 



121 ) 

ji Span 

A Foot 

Hdf a Foot 

A Foot and a Ha^ 

A Cubit 

JnEllorTard 

J Fathom 

APace 

A Ff^long 

AMik 

A Pearch 

A League 



LXXXVIIL DoT^aohh mhifoir-cbongbbaJifQbg^ 
no Gabhalacba. Meafures of Capacity. 



Siola 
Bodach 
Sdpinn 
Pinnt 
Galon, 

Feoirlan, no Cearabh 
Pdc 

libin, no an Sethamh 
. Cuid deug don 
Fheoirlan 

BoUa 

Straichcc, no Straice 



A Jill 
A Mutcbkin 
A^Chopin 
[A Pint 
A Gallon 
A Ftrkt 
A Peck 

A JJppie 

A Boll 

A Stricklefs or Streak 



LXXXIX. Do T!bdobb na Friimbuimbair o bbuil 
- na buile uimhairin a Srtitbadb The Cardi- 
nal Numbers. 



A Haon 
ADha 

ATri 



One 

Two 

Three 



A Ccitbtir 






( «? ) 

Four 

Six 

Seven 

Mgbt 

Nine 

Ten 

Eleven 

Twelve 

Thirteen 

Fourteen 

Fifteen 

Sixteen 

Seventeen 

Eighteen 

Nineteen 

Twenty 



A Ceithair 

ACuig 

ASea 

A Seachd . 
A Thochd 
A Naoidh 
A Deich 
A Haon deug 
ADhadhcug 
A Tri deug 
A Ceithair deu^ 
A Cuig deug 
A Sea deug 
A Seachd deug 
A Hochd deug 
A Naoigh depg 
A Fichid 

Xrfochad, no Deich ar 7 crt. ^ 
fhichid ^yfer/y 

Cearachad, no Da fhichid F&rty 

$e%ad, no Tri Fichid Sixty 
^chdbhad, no Deich ^ 

& tri Fichid J Seventy 

Ochdbhad, no Ceithair ^ ' 

Fichid y Eighty 

Nochad, no Ceithair 

Fichid fa Deich 
Cead 

DaChead 
Tri Chead 
Ceithair Chead 
Gpig Cead 
Sea Cead 
Seachd Cead 



\ Ninety 

AHundrei 
Two hundred 
Three hundred 
Four hundred 
Frue hundred . 
Six hundred 
Seven hundred 



Jt: 



6chi 



OchdCead 
Naoi Cca4 
Mile 



( I2S ) 

Eigbf hundred 
Nine hundred 
A tboufand 



XC. Do Sfbaobh na Nuimbire egartha. 
Of Ordinal Ni^mbcrs. 



An Cead duine, no rud 
An dara duine^ no Fud 
An treas rud 
An Ceathrabh rud 
An Cuigabh rud 
An^Seafabh rud 
An Seacndabh rud 
An Tochdabh rud 
An Naotbabh rud 
An I^ichamh rud 
An Taona rud deug 
An dara rud deug^ 
An treas rud deug 
An Ceathrabh rud deug 
An Cuigabh rud d^ug 
An Scathabh rud deug 
An Seachdabh rud deug 
An tochdamh rud deug 
An ffaothabh rud d^qg 
A Fichida rud 
An Deichamh n6 fichid 
An Pa f hichida rud * 



The Brft 
The Second 
Tbe Third 
The Fourth 
The Fifth 
The Sixth . 
The Seventh 
The Eighth / 
The Ninth 
The Tenth 
The Eleventh 

The Twelfth: 
The Thirteenth 
The Fourteenth 
The Fifteenth 
The Sixteenth 
The Seventeenth 
Ihi Eighteenth 
The Nineteenth 
The Twentieth 
The Thirtieth 
The Fortieth 



An Deichabh rud far 7 ctl^ zt-a- .jl 

dhafhichid ^rbeEftteth 

An Tri Fichida rud The Sixtieth 

An Deichamh rud far "^ 

thri fichid j 
An Ceithair fichida rud 

An Deichamh rud' far 7 

^ chcithar fichid . j 



The Seventieth 
l^e Eightieth 



%be Ninetieth 



An 



( 1 

An Ceadamh rod 
An Da cheada rod 
An tri cheada rud 
An Ceithair cheada rud 
An Cuig Ceada rud 
An Seathabh ceada rud 
An Seachdabh Ceada rud 
An Tochdabh Ceada rud 
An Naothabh Ceada rud 
A Mile rud 



24 ) 
The Hundretb 
^be Two Hundretb 
The Three Hundretb 
The Four Hundretb 
The Five Hundretb 
The Six Hundretb 
The Seven Hundretb 
The Eight Hundretb 
The Nine Hundretb 
The Tboufand 



XCL Do l^aobh na Nuimhire Reimbhfiatbracb. 

Adverbial Numbers 



Aon Uair 

m Uair 

Tri Uairin 

Ceithair Uairin 

Cuig Uairin 

Sea yairin 

Scachd Uairin 

Ochd Uairin . 

Naoth Uairin 

Deich Uairin 

Aon Uair deug 

Da Uair dheig 

Tri Uairin deug 

Ceithair Uairin deug 

Cuig Uairin deug 

Sea Uaire deug 

Peich Uaire fichid 

Da f bichid Uair 

Deich Uairin far dhp. 7 

' fhicKid T 

Tri fichid Uair 

Deich Uairin f ^ thr|aclwd 



Once 

Twice 
Thrice 
Four times 
Five times 
Six times 
Seven times. ' 
Eight times 
Nine times 
Ten times 
Eleven times 
Twelve times 
Thirteen times 
Fourteen times 
Fifteen times 
Sixteen times 
Thirty times 
Forty times 

Fifty, times 

Sixty times 
S(va^ ttfTM 



.'I 



Cdthair 



Ceithair fichid Unir 
Ddch Uairin far a 

cheathair fichid 
Ccad Uair 
Mile Uair 



( 125 ) 

Eighty Times 

?• Ninety Times 

A hundred Times 
Atboujand Times 



XCII. Do Tbaoib utmhir in Reimbbhriathracb 
Egatr. •Adverbial Numbers of Order. 



At Tus 


firft 


San dara Aice 


Secondfy 


San trcas Aitc 


Thirdly 


San chedirabh Aite 


Fowrtbhf 



XCIII. Do Tbaobb na Nuimbire iolmbodbacb^ 
no iolghleuf^ck .Multiplicative Numbers. 



Singuiite, no aon fhilte 

Da fhilte 

Tri filtc 

Ceithair filte 

Cuigfllte 

Ccad filtc 



Single or Onefold 
Twofold 
Threefold 
Fourfqld 
Fivefold 
' A Hundredfold 



XCIV. Do Thaobb na Nuimbire combtbromacb. 

Proportional Numbers. 



Singuiltc, no Aon 
Dubilte, no dha urad 
Tripilte, no Thri urad 
A cheithair urad 
Sea Uairin na hurid 
Seachd Uairin na hurid 
Deich Uairin na hurid 
Cead Uairin na hurid 



« • 



Single or One 

Double 

Triple 

^ua^upk 

Six Times as much 

Seven Times as much 

Ten Times as much 

An hundred Times as mucb 

xcy. Do 



N 



/ 1**^ ^ • I, 

,SSiris»^ Si« 

A\\cn jyr rto 

AUCda^r ^^ 

»o ^f CharUs 

• T«?^^^rd CoUn 

^ Calco p^ 



( 


127 ) 


DomhnuU 


Donald 


Eidard 


EdfUH^d 


Eoghan, Euin 


Ewen 


Frainc 


' Francis 


Freidcric 


Frederick 


Seoris, na Deorie 


George 


Gidie-eon 


Gideon 


Gillebride 


Gilbert 


Gilliiofa 


Gilles 


Eachann 


MeSlor 


Eanric 


Henry or Harry 


Aoidh 

1 


Hi^b or Hew 


Seiiiis 


James 


£oin, no len 


John 


loieph 


Jofepb 


Gainnach 


Kenneth 


Laubhrinn 


Laurence 


Lodi, Luais 


Lodowi^k 


Colum, no Gillecadum 


Malcolm 


Marcus 


Mark 


Martuinn 


Martin^ 


Mattha 


Matthew 


Manias 


Mutthias 


Michc) 


Michael 


Mungan 


Mungo 


Murchadh 


Murdech 


Ncachcal 


Nicol 


Niall 


Ktet 


Ringein 


Niman 


Tormod 


Norman 


Oilibheris 


Oliver 


Padricc 


Patrick 


Piil, noPdul 


Pad 


Pedair 


Peter 


Philip 


Philip 


Guiptin^ GioiqieiQ 


^uintin 



Ruiihard 



• 


( "« ) 


lifhard 


Richdrd 


aibert, Rob 


Robert 


uairi 


. Roderick 


omhairle 


Samuel 


»im, no Sknon 


Simon 


iteaphan 


Stephen 


Tomas 


^hmas 


Bhalrir 


Walter . 


Uilliam * 


miUam 


Sachair 


Zacbary 


XCVll, Jiiniminnin Bban. Na 

» 


Agnes 


Agnei 


Aimil 


Amehf 


Anna 


Ame 


Barbara 


Barbara 


Beitres 


Bet trice 


Cariitian 


Chrifttan 


Sifil 


Cicely 


DiormhorguiU 


Dorothy 


Eali&id 


Elizabeth 


Deadhainm 


Ef^am . 


Francag 


Frances 


Girfal 


Grijfel 


Eiin . 


Helen 


Sine 


Jean 


Seonaid 


Janet 


lofibcl 


Ifabel 


Catrine 


Catharine, 


tucrcis 


Lucretkt 


Magdilen 


Magdalen 


Mariraid 


Margaret 


Marfili 


Marjory 


Mari 


Mary 


Rachuill 


Rachel 



\ 



^ . ( " 9 ) 

Kcbcca Rthecca 

Sibil \ ^ Sibilla * 

Sophia Sophia 

Siu&n Sufamia 

Teodofia neodofia 

Mor Marion or Zara 

£mhair i Vear 

Beathag Bewk 

m 

COMHCHNUASACH na 'Feartbbri^ 
athairfinis gndgbthuichde. 

A COIyLECTION of the moft common 
jidjeSives^ together with their moft, ufiial 
AbJiraSis and Adverbs. 

Tabbairfa nerj Ga hbuil na Fearthbrioibairjm (U^ or an 
luaiS annfna Duilltbaobbibh 28, 29, jo, ar a Ugadb 
feacbidann fo 

Not a J That fuch Adjc6lives as arc mentioned Pages 
28, 29, 30, are omitted. 

Maith Good 

Olc Einl 

Beg Littk 

NaomHtha •' Holy 

Mi-naonitha, Amlgi Profane 

Ceart Jufi 

Mi-cheart, aine-ceart Vnji/fi ^. 

Glan, Fior-ghlan Vwre ^ 

Ncamh-ghlan Impuro 

Diadha ^ _ Godly 
Neamh-dhiadha^ mi- 
dhiadfaft 



J" Ungodly 



R C6ir, 



li»&it<l» Dr«»» 

1^* IS? 

Fioftach , i^** 

kmeotoch ^-w 

jvibhr»chdach> J .«. 

Diotnhaonach Sfo^ 






^"^* l^eamla 



Neamh-chinmach Unjure^ uncertaH^ 

Teagmhach, agamhail DoubifuU 
Dcasf hoclach, dcadh- > Ebment 

chaintach S '^ 

Beulach FaifrfpokeH 

Caintach, bruidhneach TaOMivc 
PrpnngMoiracb^ 

brifcghlpirach 
Tlachdmhor 
Sipthchaintach 
Ruainach 
Gaifgoil 
Gealltach, Tais 
Miofnachoil, no 

Cruaghdalach 



r PratUf^ 

PkafiM 
PeaceaUe 
Prtnvard 
Valiant 



Cowardfy 

r Stout or covragkus 

Meata,no Lag-chriodhach BaftarJ^ orfiint-beartti 
Faicleach Hearty 

Obuinn R(^ 

Ncamh-bhruailleanach, \ ^ r^ 

\ Vlfcompofed 

Faol^ 
j^ Bhckifh 

Favourabk 



Fcuamhuil 
Neamh-fhuidhichte, 

Roimh-chel 
Aimidach, Gorrach 
Can Mhuthichadby 

gan Tuigfc 
Fabhairach 
Mi-fhabharach 
Cairdoil 
Mi-chairdoil 
Gradhach, Dilis 
Cliutach 

Ainimoil, AUoil 
Morr-aghalach 



Unfai^ouraile 

Friendly 

Unfriendlj 

Dear 

Famous 

Renowned 

M^ieftkk 



Suarrach, ;io Drochan ' Unworify 



Sliogachy 









SoiUer, Sgiatnhacn, ^ r 
^h,Sa\acH ■■ p,e/« 



I 



( '33 .) 

Soitheamh Comfy 

Laidair Strong 

>Lag, Anbhann fTeak 

Ard tall 

Dirach Straigbt 

Fiar, Cam, Crom Crooked 

Scairtoil, Bcochoiita Vigorous 

Beathpil, 5Beodha l^veh 

UUamh Ready 

Maii^hcnach mall, mall- 7 ^j^^ 

triallach J . 

Ruittach Rudif. 

. Glafdi, Glatnciilach Pale 

Fallain Somd or whole 

S^bhailte ' Safe 

Eccruaidh, Tinn, Eiflanta Sick 

Bfeoitc, Eifl^tich Sickfy 

Reibta, ar a Ijot JVounded 

Fad-lhaoghalach Lm^ liv^d 

Beo j41roe 

Marbh - Dead 

Nochti,Ruifcc,LomnocJid Nidced 

Acrach Hungry 

Saidhbhair, Pailt^Beart^ch fVealth 

Aimbeartach, Bochd Poor 

Tiugh . rbick 

Tana Thin 

Fada Long 

Leathuliin Broad 

Ard High 

Dojnhuinn ' Deep 

^Fas, C^th, no falamhT. jjj, 

as a Bhroinn J 

Suighuichtc, Dogh- 7 < „.^'^ 

Paingionn firm 



Rag 



Rag 

Comhnard, Rcith 

Mor, Farfiiing 

Aimhleathuinn 

Fualcaoil.ta, %u>ilte 

Lan 

Falamh 

lomchubhidh 

Mi-iomichubhidk 

Goiri&ch 

Anarghoirilach 

SoiUor 

Soluiie 

Dealrach, Lonnrach 

Taicneach re amharc air 

Soiller, <jlan 

Doilleir, Dorcha 

Duatharach> Dubhtharac 

Grianach 

Dipmhair, Uaigneach 

Ccart, Fior 

Fallla 

Lanfhoilleir 

FoUaiiach, Taisbeanach 

Tcagmhachy Agoil 

Glan 

Salach 

Geur 

Anagheur 

Appich 

Lobhtha, grod 

Amh 

Oilenichte aig an Tigb 

Coimheuch, Coigrachoil 

Cbitchionta, FoUai&ch 

Diomhair 



( ^34 J 



Plain 

AmpU^ large 

Narrow 

Loofe 

FuU 

Empty 

Ftt 

U^ , 

Convenient 

Inconvenient 

Bright 

Ligbtfome 

Glittering 

PleafofU t$ behold 

Clear 

Dark 

Shady ' 

Sunny 

Secret 

True 

Falfe 

Evident 

Mamfeji 

DoubtfuU 

Clean 

Foul 

Sharp 

Blunt 

Ripe^ 

Rotten 

Ratu 

Home-bred 

Foreign 

Publick 

Private 



An 



< '35 ) 

A^j^ha muidh, an j. o^^^ 

^/^^^i'^'^^: \Bcrderh,g^ 
Ian chemhchnoch J "^ nr 

Fagi% do Laimh Near at band 

Fad o Liimh Far off^ diftatU 

Meadhanach ACddlc 

Deighiannach Laji 

Aril, aofda jincient 

Ur, nuadh New 

Ti'moil Timelf 

Neo-thimoil Untimely 

Amoil, &n am cheart SeafonabU 

Laidimi _ Baify 

An coinne gach Mios Monthly 

An coinne na BliadhJQa Tearly 

Marjthunnach, boaa Lafting 

Buan-mhanthunnach, 7 -o^.^uat^^ 

Bith-bhuan,SiorruidhcJ ^^^^^^^^ 
Biochionta Perpetual 

Seargach Fading ' - 

Tcichmhach Fleetij^ ; 

Ni btiunk do Fherubn Belong ta land ' 
Ni bhunis do Arbhair Bdonging t9 Corn 
Ni bhunis do Aoidichait^ Belonging t§ CiMibs 
Ni bhunis doLeabhrichabh Belonging to Books 
Ni bhunis do Thcinc Belonging to Fire 

Sneachdi Snoviry 

Tcinti Ftery 

Uifgi, no Uifgoil Watery 

Ni bhunis don Aighcr, \ ^ 

Ailionta S ^ 

Neamhgha Heavewfyk 

Ceiroil> na do Cheir Of fTan 

Mealach^ 



\ 
I 



W f 136 ) 

«.M Of Hono . 

R Chraoft)h-f Hc 4: Br , 

JC; Ghiobbas ^ , ., 0/ W* 



^f tbeFtgr^f' 



S^Gbiubbas . Of Afi^ 

^ Dharach 0/ H# 

5oChalltinn 'Of P^ 

SUSSpn""". •» > °/ '""*^ 

arfholach Jf^«4)f 

Gaothar rjifeecal ^'f 

Ceothor Sf<»9 



r: 



(. w ) ■' ■' \ 

Oidthromaoit tiiom lei t j /- ' ^' 

hare no Ic huallach J ^^^J^ . "^ 

Cunntbrtach, cuilnortach Dangerous 

Spleidhach^ fionnfg^ulach Fabulous 

Gainifith, do ghainim- 7 ^^^ 

hich,landoghainimhiGhj ^^ 

Uifgi Waterf • 

Beanntach, cnocach Hilly 

Coillpich) coilltcamhuil,? twr j. 

Ian coUlc J ^''^ 

Corpontha, fulcmhor, 7 ^ /. ^ , 
iSnhar ^ * ^ Grofs ,r fat 

Suidhor, Ian fiioidhaich Saf^ 
Ni a ghaodair ithche Eatable 
Ni a ghaodair 0I5 fo-tholte Drinkable \ 

Ar mhiofc Ic Fion Drunken with Wine * 

Glan, foillo: Clear 

Fuilachdach, fuilach, 7 »; ^ 
foiUuinnach J ^^^^ 

Caol, anaculach, fcoil- 7 j' 

theircach S 

Tuarafdaluighte Hired 

Air a dhcalbh go fallfii Forged 
Air a chur a riochd ^ 

md cil, no ar a dhcilbhs Counterfeit" 

a cuim Duinc fein ^ 
Tuitunach, ni thig k i ^.^ 

tuitimis J ' 

Do Bhric 0/ Brick 

Ar a ghuibhlan fairis Transferred 

Gralbr Gracious 

Do Chloich Adamaint Of Adamant 
DoChiioftil OfCrjiftal . 

Do Chaddos Of Lawn 

Ni bhunis doNlhoikf heoil Of or belonging to Mttton 
Ni bhuinis dQ Laodhf heoil< Beknging to Veal 

S IT* 



( U8 ) 

Ml bhuinis do Uanfheoil Behn^ij^ to Lamb 
Ni bhuinis do Mhcnnflieoil Behnging to a Kid. * 

Ni bhuinis do Each Belonging to a Horfe 

Ni bhuinis do Aflil ^ Behn^itig to an Afi - 

Ni bhuinis do Leoghuinn Belot^it^ to a Lion 

Ni bhuinis do Ghiolaire Behngii^ to an Eagk 

Ni bhuinis do Ghiadh Belonging to a Goofe 

Gle-gheal Pretty and white 

Gle iollagach is rimheach Somewhat florid and gay 

Deitheinach, greadharra Dainty 

Leth, dheas Pretty^ pretty v 

Ann an cdiliginn morid Somewhat great 
Ann an cailiginn caoilid Somewhat finalt 
Ann an cailigin criiais uomewbat hard * 
Leth mhall Somewhat flow 

Ar a chaohach, ar buil . . Raging 
A deanamh Torinn no \ njr l* . -nr •> 

Macnalach Sportive 

Smaointinach Mu/mg 

lotmhor Tbirftif^ 

Bafachadh A dying 

Seanta ^acred 
ifioidhach, tlachdmhor Fair 

Tinn Sick 

Anabhunn Tender 

Garbh Rough . 

Saor Free 

Dubh Wack 
Mofaeh, falac:h , ■ Najiy 

Capl, tanna df ^leoil Lean 

Mall ; Slow 
Trie, Ehinic, lionmhor Frequent 

Deasi Siafifoir ^ Right ' or luck^ 



Gcarf;^ 






/ 



' (139 ) 

'^iS'' '"• } ^/' -'**^ 

Slan, iomlan Intire 

Min, fleamhain, dim * Smooth 

Molthacb, neamhli6bhtha Rough 

Sraicftc, r6ubta , Tom 

Marbhthach ^ BeaSf 

Plaidhoil, plaidhach , PeftiktU 

A bheir Slainte, Fallain fbat brings Healih i 

* SSSt""* ■" } ^ *^' »'* 

A ghuibhlanis Eochriche ^at carrietb Kig$ 

A ghuibhlanis Cbidh \ ^^ i,^, jf^ool 

no Olann J 
Sgiathach That bears Wings 

Adhaircach ^at bears Horns 

Uonta, faithach Full ^ ' ' 

Soifte Fheartbhriathaire oile. Adjeftivcs pf the 
3d Declenfion, i. Of one Termination. 

Furachcir ^ tFdUbful 

Dirich, no pobhthrom ^ven or equal 

Claon, cam, michobh- 1 rr .^7 

, ' ' r Uneven or unequal 

Eu-cofmhoil5mi-chormhoil Unlike 

Aimbeartach, bochd Poor 

Forrthunnach, fiolor Fruitful 

Suarrach, mighneamhoil Bkfe 

Ar teachd go Aois Ripe of Age 

Ar aon Dath Of the' fame Colom" 

Caochlaidach an Dath, \ 

loldhathach, -( Changing Colour 

Neulchurrich * j 

Cuimhnach Mindful ' 

Trichorpach fbree-boMcd - 

. CaUda, 



,^ 



( I40 ) • 

Odlda, no call^ Taike 

Beartach Rich 

Migheur, aimhghcar Bbmt 
Luatb) fiabhlach Swifi, 

Da Chofach ^wo-f acted 

Fada agus cxoixin Long and roum 

Beo an deidh neach oile Sunnvin^ 

Sabhailte, tearuinte ^afe 

Aolaildach, mairoe^ach Laiy 

Snafor, fgiolca Neat 

Beadi, leamh Sawcy 

lochdimhor J\dercif$d 
Cumhachdachy neartmhor Powerful. 

Mor Great 

Ur Frejb 

Cuthaichte, michiallach Mid 

CioUaeh Mafier.of 

MicI^ioUach Not Mq/ier rf 
4in G)inneamb, cinn y 

le buath^dh, ceannri- > Headlong 

thach, ceannchlaon b 

Comhphartach^no {^rtach Partaker 

Feumach, uiftsbh^cb Nee^fy 

Falamh, fas Void 

Gan intlcachd, gan 7 ^v,, 

dcanidas J - 

Intlcachdach, carrach / Crafty 
A G)nihch6rdadh, a 1 

cordadh, a rcitach rt > jfgreeing 

chcilc \ J 

Aig Michordadh Difagreeing 

Trocairach Merciful > 

Scan, aofda Old 
Gabhaltach, camalach 

ar ni f holum no ^ Capdkk 

dheanamh 



Ciiid/itach, 



( H» ) 

Oddktach, cnamhthach JF^^ing 

M«ilach. f lolor, ton- 7 p^^^^ 

tnumnach J -^ 

Mcallta, failloil Beceitftdl 

Sluggaph miolltach, \ j^,,^ 

Ignofaich J V ^ 

Ceannlaidair, ragmhuin? ^^^^ 

clach J 

Eafachdach EffeHtml 

Dannatrdha, diorrafach,7 p^^^^ 

doirbh J 

3ona Happy 

Luath, dion Swtft 

Buadhach, buadhoil ViSlorious 

Aniochdor, mithlulbr Cruel 

Jluainach, garg Fierce i 

Siubhlach ' Swift 

Fiadhich, coilltcamhuil Savage 

Cinealta, fiiairc Gentle 

Soirbh,chumbhithcaint7^ jir i^j^ 

ris, ibchotnhr^dhach J -^ 

N«.hphnom, beg: , ^^ ^ ^^ 



Goirrid, gc^rr 


Short 


Mor 


Great 


Caol, fahlonta 


Small - 


Mills, blafda 


Sweet 


Ar dul a mutha, lotha 


Rotten 


Dubhach, tromdhU 


Sad 


• liaidair 


Strmg 


Mall 


Slow 


Ifg. 


Weak 


Seamh, ciunn 


Mid 


Tomonta, midhealfehach 


Rude 


Aniocor, borb, fuiluch ' 


Cruel 


Tarbhaqh 


PrbfitOi 



Luthor, 



( 142 ) 

Luthor, lomthuafgaoU-l jv7/»^/^ 

tach J 

Sotheaguilgte 
OFuraida, foirbh 
Fankxita, cndlhi 
Coimhoily coltaeh 
lofil 

Grannda, duaichni 
Falamh, fas 
Anacneafila, aidbhoil 
Suilmhir 
Inchomharrichte, » 

infhaic^nach 
Tearuintc 
Neamhgha 
Talmhi • * , . 
Gaolach, gradhach, 

arrigbaoU 
loogantach, neonach 
Can Choimhmeas 
Bronach, dubhach, 

gulach 
Ailltoil, fuadialach^^ 

uamhinnach 
Geur, goirt 
Criodkoil, inntinach, 

aigaintach 
lomraitach, morchKutach Famous 
Fallain Whokfime 

Luath, gleufda, fiubhlach Swifi 
Nibheanasdo Thalamh? S^f or pertaining to plain 

comnart J t Fields 

Ni bheanas do Mharc- \\Ofor hehn^ug to Horfcr 

ftiluaidh S L min 

Ni^ bheanas do Choilichin 0/or kknging to^ Fooi-mtn 



Docile 

Eafy ' .. 

Slender 

Like 

Law 

Ugfy 

Empty 

Cruel 

CbeerfuU 

J Notable ^ 

Safe 

Heavenfy 

Earthly 

y Lovely 

fTonderfull 
Incomparable 

J" Mournfull 

r Terrible 
Sharp- 
j^ Cheerfull 



Ni 



( 143 ) 

Ni bheanas do Bhogbch Of or behngi^ toabog or fin 
Ni bheanas do Choilltich . Of or belongit^ to Wood 

Do Tkaobb na Pearfadh no na m Briatbaire fn 
is gndththuichte. Examples of the moft 
ufual VERB& 

Gfaol, no gradh a thabhairt To love 

An Talamh a threabhadh To till the Ground 

Cogadh a dheanamh to war 

Rud a bheannachadh to blefs 

Ni a chorbhadh^ ^7 

dhualadh, no bhre- ^S to carve 

acadh^ no grabhaladh^ 
Rud a chleath, no chciltin to conceal 
Eidh-amh, glapidh, ^^ ^ ^ 

fgaftachd a dheanamh J ^ 
Sguir do rud to ceafe 

Curam a ghabhail do rud to care 
Neach a choirichadh ^ ^ »/ 

no achfbfanachadh J ^^ ^^^ 
Ni a chur ar leth ^o 

'fciim, feanta no \> to dedicate 

coifrigte 
Ni a thiolagadh, no a^ 

thaUiairt feachad do* ^ to gift 

gheanmaith 
Dul-ar iomrat ar feach-7 . • 

aran, no ar fcabhoid X ^ ^'^'' 
Rud fhuadach ar falbh to chafe away / 
Rud a bhlafad to 'tafte 

Meanan do dhean^imh td gape 
Maodhadh a dheanamh to brag 
Mionnachadh to Jwear 

Codhairtich, con-niiail-V 

lich no tafuinn do > to bark 
.dheanamh J^ 

Rud 






■ -■- 



( '*i^ 



ichadh , to fi^^ ' 

no aontacndtt to p« >■ 

f haidhoacha ^^ fo<:^ 

aic neaciv ... f/; ^q irtatb 

^'^^^ " r* 

■NcachabVuthcairr*" ^^ ,^ 



( H5 ) 

Ni f halach To bide 

Seachnadh a dhcanamh ^ to jhm 
Ncach a ghairm to call 

Dul ^r eatal no iotal to fiy 

A bhi faibhair, pailt. | ,, ^,^ - 

no toicach J 

Tigh, &?r. fhoirgnacg- 7 ^^ ^.^ 

hadh, no thogal fiias J 
Peacachadh /^^ 

Nf a phriofachadh, no 7 ^^ ^^^ 

a mheas 3 

lomachda, gluafid, no 7 ^^ j^ 

dul ar fpaidfcorachd -> 
^ Meifnaich a chur a n neach to encourage 
Neach onorachadh to honour 

Smuainachadh to think 

Neach a phianadh no 7 .^ , 

chefadh S'' ""'^' 

Solas, no toilichifintin a7 , ^ , 

ghabhail an Rud S * 

Doth ar neach to doat u^ . 

Ni a reufonach le deasbud to dijpute 
NU dhubladh no a | ^, ^^ 

aheanamh a ana urad J 
Ncach oileamhnachadh, ^ 

a bheachachadh, no a > to hring up 

thogbhail fuas 3 

Ni a leafachadh to amend, 

Dul ar mharcaidhachd . ^ to ride 
Silltainn, no fuirach re Rud ttkok for 

Neadheilbh,noadhea-7 ^-^iv _. 
u J u '1 r to' frame 

namh go ceardamhuilJ -^ 

Neach a bhith faruichte,7 .^ _,^^ * 

nofgi '^towear, 

Gein-eamhnadh, no 7 , 
clannaoitinn S S 

T Hi 



^y 



r H6 ) 

'^ffiSh^'"*'* }^o govern 
Tamh, no comhni atin 1 ^^ ^^ 

Aitc J 

Ni a chuir an ag?ibh, nol ,^ ^^^ 

an teigsmh J 

A bhi aineolach, no an-l .. i, .v-^^^, 
fhiofiach l/^fe^^-r*,/ 

Niaoicinn, no agno- 7 
dhachadhlcbriathrachisj > Ufmwrt 
no le liidolachd eile j 
Ni a thaisbonadh, na a 7 /r^ 

nochdadh J "^ 

. Ni ath Icafachadhi, no ^7 ^^ ^ y 

athdhreachadh ^ ^ 

Ni a fporadh, abhrof- 7 

nadh, no dhelgadh > to prick f&rouiri 

ar aidhairt 3 

Niathiarraidh,noraidhft7 f^^^^ 

da uair J ^ 

. Saoirachadh, nofadthiif? .^ z*Ai«ir 

do dheanamh J 

Ni a fhaoiradli, f huft%- \ ^^ deliver 

ladh no fgaoiladh S 
Trod a dheanamh Jd fcold 

Dcithbhar luaithdr, no 7 . , ^^^^ 

cafag a dheanamh J ^ 

Frcaftal, no friothaladh7 . ^^^^ 
J, / 1 >• to lervt 

a dheanamh J '^ . 

N^chabhithna l,,^,«&i5,t^ 

Shoighideir J 

neach a Ihiochachadh, \ * ^^-f^ 

no chennfachadh J ^ -P^w 
Scoladh . ' /^ ya// 

K(4 ianle no atthrii t^teU 



\ 



Htich 



( H7 ) 

"iScSL^f ■" • } ^' ^>'* 

Ni a tholladh ta fierce 

Coire no donta 4 dbc3ji-7. ^^ .^ 
amh J ^^ 

Ni fhagjul coitchcann, ^ ^. l,i/;A 

Uras no gucag a bhitii ^ 

briftadh amach roimhy tQ iud 

chrannamh no Lu£itnh j 
Ni a dhiiiltadh ft refufi 

Bcannachadh dho, no 7 ^^ r^^ 

failte a chur ar neach S 
Ni a dheilbh no a dhean- p 

amh an cofn^ulachd S /^ f^gn 
V nid cilc !S 

Aifling, no bruadair aicinn to dreim 
Argain, ibuinnadh, 

plunndrinn no robbunn^ fo roh or JpoS 

do dheanamh 

BuaidhcKacdh, no lamh f . ^.^-„^^ 
, - . ' y- to ovsrcofuc 

anuachdair aotinn J 

Sanais, no cogair a tha-> ^ jug^ 
bhairt . y v' ^^^v^ 

Tuiflidh athachairt ^Q T ^- ffaei^ 
neiach j J "si 

Fulang, giumhl^n, no ^ 
foighidin a bhi aig > to efubtre 
neach ^ 

Marbhaidh a dheanamh fo kilt 
Neach a bhualadh _ f ^ .^'"^ 

Fairc, coibhcad, fei:a- 
chras no freicidan a ^ ^ W^^ 
dheanamh 



Nbuii 



( h8 ) 

N^ch a lot, na chreuch-7 ^^ ^^ 

dadh, no a reubadn J 
DlOthachadh, druid- p 
acdh, no tcachd a foc->'/^ approach 
hair, no a fogaifc 3 

Ni a phartacbadh to impart 

Ni a fmaonichadh /^ con^der ^ 

Neach a mhaflachadh, ^ 
onair i>o crcideis, a lotC to iifgraae 
no a thruailladh \ 

Eifchinealachadh, cinn-^ . j , 

tin na fmife na (hinfirc f '^ '^-f '«'^'*^' 
Neach a chomhairlachadh to advife 
Neach a dheanamh iiiil- 1 . 1 

bhir, mer, folalach, \ *" '^"^ "^ 
Smaoinachadh, no bawr? .„ ^,^^^. ^r 
mhail a thabhairt J '" "'"^ 'f 
Niadhubladh to doubk 

Ni a rannfechadh, no 7 ^^^^^ ■ 

a lorg a ipach J -^ 

Umhla, urram, omoid, 9 
no gcill a thabhairt > to ob^ 
feachad ' V^ 

Ni a chur an geall^ no \ ^^ 

an eeall vbarondis S 
Ni a tneilgidh f los an 1 
coinne no ndiaidh^ ^ to €aft bead-long 
a irhinn ' ^ 

Ni aifig, no aoitii] ar ais /^ recoter 
Ni a chiallachadh ' ' to Jignify 
t^idhe ' to fy 

NI a challachadh, np 7 . . ^^ 
' chiunachadh ' S ^' ^^"^ 

]puaim a dheanamh to found 



.••'•"/< V- ^ r ... \ <*•• # ^ 



N 



( 149 ) 

cadh, no a chmfadh J ^' J'^'^ 
Marbhadh a dheanamh t$ kiU 
Ni a ghearradh to eta 

Neach a chuidachadh, ^ 

thoirin, no a chong- > to be^ 

namh ^ 

Ni 61, na a phoite to drink 

Rud a diabhairt do neach to give 
Seafamh to Jland 

m thuatbachadh, gNini ^, ,,^ 

a ghabhail J 

Neach a f hrefdil le rud to afford 
Tarcais, fpid, tair, no 'f 

mimheas a thabhairt ^ /^ ^^^^^/^ 

do ni J 

Neach a bhith ar a 9 

bhualadh no ar a > /^ be beaten 

dhochunn \ 

Neach a bhith ar a dhi-7 . j , .^ , 

bairt, ar rhogra J 

> /(> flatti 

Ni aththarris, no leanailt to imitate 

Abhirebroilich, thruid? ^ 7. , 
r Kuu • r ^^ brawl 

no re Iclabhnnn J . 

A bhi re fmaonachadh to think 

Spid no tair a dheanamh 7 . j.rj - 
^ u > l<^ difdain 

ar neach j -^ 

0)ibhidachd, lean- -^ 

bhuinn, no bhi a S- /^ attend 
fethabh ar neach J 
Dibthchuill a dheanamh to endeavour 
Seartnonachadh to preach 

ShoUadh, no beachd a7 . • . o-l- 
- ghabhaavRud ^^ •j-'''™««"»?% 



M^f ' ^°J^^^> J° ^°- :> /» flatter 
dal a dheanamh 



FcaiSa. 






( I50 

Feafda, nobangaid^ 1 <n a...^^/ 
ghabhail ^r^iofijuii 

Neach a choirachadh 7 ^ u 

no imdheargadh J ^^ *^^ 
Dail, no caird a cKur an ni ^o dehfi 

Nfiidhconachadh, no 7 tovmhMe 
locadh S -^ < - 

A'bhidi re riaghladh, -j 

no re maighaifdairachd^ ^^ ^'^ ^^^ 
tar neach . ^ 

A bhith re fleadhachas,! ^, f,^ 

no re f ealoachd J 
Ni mhollachadh ^^ «w:y? 

Oglachis, no feirbbeis a i ^^ r^^^ 

dheanamh i 

Neach a fhailliunnach- *) 
adh ma fhocuU neach aQ ^ Mat^int 
mhealladh, no bhi ar a ^ ^^^ 
mhealladh 

Braid, gadachd no 1 to Ileal ' 

meirle a dheanamh j . ^ ' 

Gloir a dheanamh a ni '^ ^4/^ 

Comhgairdich is a 1 /a ^^,i^4/|«ii^ 

dheanamh 5 

Neach a bhith ar a Z ^o mi/take 

rofcghalladh ^ 

lompi no comhairle a 1 ^^ ,^^^ 

thabhairt -> 

Ni thcilgadh, nochaithabh '^ ^^^^ 
Luidheachan, no lion a O 

ihuidhachadh wm- > ^^ ktM ^«^ 

chill neacha \ 

Ni eidirmhinadh • " /^ intf^M 
Ni aichaidh^.no OiSanadh t^dmi 



( tj* ) 

Ni a gnodhKhtdh, HOT. f^ . 

bhuanachde j ^ 

Gldc, no fraimn do 7 ^^ ^^^ 

Ni a finuanichadh /^ meditait 

Leidhas a dheanamh /^ r«rt 

Ni a cheannaich /^ ^ 

Bagra dheanamh /9 threaten 

longnadh a ghabhail to wonder 

Ni a riaghladh . to govern 

Muille a dheanailih to delay 

Airleaicaidh, no iaiid a 7 ^ r 

,,,.,.. jt t$ borrow 

ghabhail 5 

Uinc,nofaoidiairachofe? , ^.^ 
diomhain ^]/^/rj^ 

Griofadh, no iarraidh go/ 

hubhail ar fon de noV to hefiecb 

duine j 

Congnamh, no cuidi- 1 .. , t^ 

chadh a dheanamh i ^^ ''^T 

Pog a thabhairt fcachid io kifs 

Ni f heorichy no fhatrid to ask 

A bhi giafcach to ^ 
Ni f haiachadh, a 7 ^ 

chreach, nomhillidhj ^^ ^^^^ ^ 

Uirnith a dheanamh /© ^^j 
Ni a ckuimhnachadh naO 

chongbhail ar )> /& remembit 

mhcomhair >j 

A bhi an adbaidh rud io be agatUfi 

Rannfachadh, no t 4^. r l 

fcrudidh a dheanamh 5 ^^ J^^^ 

S61as,nocomhfhuitachdl ^ y. 

ai thoirt feachad S * ^^^/^' 



lomachd 



( 152 ) 

lonttchd an lead noanj f.^ji^Oroad 

cion i 

A bhi feargach, no i^ 

angrach, a bhi ar' ^ ta be amry 

chorrich ^ j' 

Amharis no eadochas a i . r r r^ 

chur an peach r' J^^, 

Fiaghnis a thogbhail to witnefs . 

Dul ar ieathbhaid, no 7 ^ ,, 

arfeachran Itormbk 

A bhi a fealg to bunt 

Aradh no onoir a tha- ? , „. 

bhaircfcachid . S '«««^A? 
A bhi re fgartidhachd, 7 ^ , , 

noreliubhadh 'l*obawl 

A bhi teath to be hot 

Dith, no uirea£tbh a bhi 7 ^ 
arncach Ito^ant 

Fiachan a bhi ar neach /^ ^te; 

A bhi doilghefach to be grieved 

Rud a bhi aig Duine, O 

neach a bhi an y^ to hoot 

feilbh ^ 

A bhi nfaladi, fo chleith to krk 
Robhadh, nofidrfonadh? 

a thabhairt feachid 5 ^^ ^^ 
Urchoid, no cran a 

dheanamh 
Ni a bholrinnachadh, Z . > ly 

nichuranubhail I ^^ fi^^ 
Ni a ghat no bhocadh' to [well 
An inntin a chlaoinadh, 

no a legail re ni, ^ ^ toftudy 

a bhi re ftuidirrachd 
Ni a bhi Ipinnarah^ no 

aittalach 



> /^ i&«r/ 



J /^^/ 



Urran 



( 153 ) 

Urram^ oigham, Ho umhTachd a7 >^ , 

Neach a thoilachadh to pkaji 

Neach-a bhi na thochd, no tofdach to be Jileni * 
Neach a bhi comafach no neartor to ie, abk 
A bhi eafbhidhach, no uireafbhach to lack 
Ni bhi an airde a neartcfafgeimhc to flourijb 
Na fiaclan a dhrannidh to grin 

A bhi fliuch no tais to be wet 

Dcalaradh, no bhi fgeanmnidi, ? if* 

glan . X ^•' 

A bhi banghlas,gIafhealoch,Uaine to he pak 
A bhi fofgaoilte, foilleir to lie opifn 

A bhi toldach, fimhach to be JQent 

Ni a theagafc to teach , 

Ni a ehongbhaii to hold 

Ni a mhafcadh, no mheafc^dh to mix 
Ni a rofdadh to roft 

Ni a chur an clcachdadh, no a .^ . ^t^vfu 

ghnathachadh S ^' ^"'^ 

Fas fuas to grow up 

Ni adhrach, a bheatfiachadh, 7 /^^a ^ 

no moran a dheanamh do ni J ^ 

Ni a ghluafid no chorichadh to move 

Boid, moid, no gealladh a X^,.^ 

thabhairt J 

Neach a bhi air a choibheud, 7 ^^ ^^^^ 

no ar fiiaicill . J 

Fathuir a dheanamh, toudhidh7 /%^;^«*. 

a thaiflx)nadh J -^ 

Fiomh, no eagall bhi ar neach to be {fraid 
A bhi buighe, na boi to be yellow : ' 

Duile a chur ann a rud do rircadh to iefir/eOmefilfi 
Caoith, na gal a dheanamh to weep 

Ni a liona^ to fill 

Nialhnfobh to hin 

^ V Ni 



( 154 ) 

Ni a fgrios amach a fjcabhair To blot out 

Dinneir,' no diota a dheanamh to difu 
Suidha, no fuidha a dheanamh to Jit 
Rud fhaicin, fhcachuinn, no a 7 . ^ 
leirfmn ^tojec 

Gonag, crimag, no gomag a 1 ^^ ^*^^ 

thoirt a ni ' J 

Ni a bhearradh, no a lomradh /^ ^^^r 
Ni a chrochadh /^ i&4»^ 

Gealladh pofda a thabhairt feachid to betroth 
Gaire a dheanamh to laugh 

Ni a chiunachadh, no acheann-7 ^^ _.,. ^ 

Comhairle a thabhairt feachid /^ counfel > 

Tcannochadh, no lenailt re rud to Jiick 

A bhi a lofgadh to burft 

Ni a ghlanadh, no fgiuradh to wipe 

Fuirach, Had, no muidhean a 7 . n 

dheanamh J '^^ 

Ni fhordl, earbfa, no chur a 7 ,-, ^^ .j 

1^ , ', ^ , > /^ command 

diochamh ar neach J 

Arichfois, nofddhbheathachadh7 . _, 
ji_ ' 1 • 1 > to coker 

a dheanamh air neach -J . 

Ni fhafgadh, no a thennachadh /^ ter^ 

Caoi, caoinadh, no tuirfa a 7 ^ z -? 
ji!' ^, ' ?• to bewail 

dheanartth J 

Ni a mhcadichadh, no a leaiachadh to augment 

Cinntin fuair, a bhi fliair to be cifill 

Dearfadh, no dealaradh to Jhine 

Ni fhafgadh a fparradh, no \„^,f,,^ 

a thennachadh ar ^ r j r 

A bhi fuair to be cold 

A labhadh, na do mhiolhich ^ \ * Jr, ^ 

bhi aig neach S ^ 

Eibhnis, gairdichis, noaidhair 7 ^ ... 

A6hi 



( ^55 ) 

A bhi dpbhach, tromfansich ^ To he pad 
Ni a ghnathachadh to be wotU 

A bhi coma&ch to be able 

Gealladh a dheanamh tofrotnife 

SeoUadh, no feachuinn air ni to behold 
Aidbhail, no faoifid a dheanamh to confefs 
Ni a thuUltinn to defefve 

Ath truas, no tlus a ghabhhail to pity 
Ni a dheanamh to tnake 

Ni a theilgadh, no urchuir a 7 ^ ^^^ 

thoirt do rud j 
Ni bhreugadh, no a mheolladh7 ,, / 

ar naidhairt ^ J ^ 

Ni a chladhach, no a ruajDhar to dig 
Tcichadh, rith as to flee 

Ni a glacadh, no ghabhail to take 

Ni abhreith ar eiginn, f hua- ') 

dach, no a tliabhairt a mach > /^ take by force 

dabhdheoin 5i 
A bhi glioc, no crionna to be wijt 

Clann, no Qiochd a bhreth , to bring forth 

Ni a chrothadh, noachrean- 7 . fL ^ ' 

thachadh J "^ ^ 
Buille a bhualadh to flrike 

Ni a gheurachadh -to fharpen 

Neach a dhiobhlaidh, no 7 ^. >;.... /i 

choirachadh J "^ 

Neach a dhul as aodach, \ t tut off 

no cur dhethe .5 ^4? 

Ni ordachadh to ordain 

Rud a thoirbhiit, na a dhiol / to give 
Ni a dheanamh le frointhadh,7 J» 
fruiladh, no \t ruaifhadh J ^ 

Ni ^ legadh, no a theilgadh fios to throfw down 

Comhaon* 



A bhi cur eaduighadh uime, . ^ ^^ .*. 
J I , ° , ' > to tut on 

aodach a chur ar neach 



( 156 ) 

ComhaontachadSi To cmfent 

Scriobhadh do dhcanamh to write 

A bhi poida /^ te marrud 

Bafachadh to die 

Ni a rachdhe to fojf 

Ni a threoirachadh to kad 

Buajdh a bhreith to overcome 

Rud a mhaithabh to fpare , 

Fas to grow 

Fois a ghabhail, Samhchair a 7 . ^ - 

ghabhaU J *^^«^ 

A bhi ar inilt. ar fearach, no ar? , r j 

bhiathadh l'" f"^ 

Ni Fholum, no uinlachadh to learn 

Ni fharrid, fhoinachd,nofheorich to demand 

Cinrin bli to grow warm 

Cintin fliuch no tais to bicome moiji 

Cintin tirim to become^ dry 

Cintin uaine to become green 

Cintin aofda, no feannda to wax old 

A thoirt ar ni lalair, no tcinc a 7 , . j. jj 

ghabhail. i-U^h^ 

Streap, nb re drip to climb 

Rud ithe to eaf 

Sriocadh • to yield 

Ni a dhunadh, no a dhruidadh to Jhut 

A bhi ri bofghairdichas, no ri 7 ,^ . ^ ,, 

bualadh bhas S ^^ ^^/'^ 

Neach a ghortachadh to hurt 

Macnis, cli^iche, no imirt do 7 ^ 'r^ 



dhcanamh 
machd, tris 
dheanamh 



lomachd, trial!, no falbh do 7 . ^ 



Ni a fhathadh, no a thcnnadh U tbnffi 
Niadhortadh tppour (mt 

Ni a fcolttdh ^ to cleave 

Ni 



C 'S7 ) ^ 

Ni a ghcanadh To cui 

Ni a kagadh ' ^o faff 

Ni a thomhas le meaidk to iveigb 

Ni a riodbaghy no a (hionadb /^ ftretcb 

Rud a chraggidb, no a 7 ^^ ^^ 

Ihacbhualadk -3 

Rud a cbur re rud cile, ni a 7 ^^ ^ 

leaiachadb J 

Ni a cbrcidfin * ^^ heUive 

Ni a dhlutbadh, a dhruidadh \ ^^ - . 

no a thennadb re cbeil J •^ 

Triall ar naidbairt, iomachd ar7 ^^ 

naidhairt J ^ * 

Eirghi to rife 

Niaghonadh,adbclgadh,ftoa7 ^^ ^^^^ , 

bhruidadh J • * 

Ni a thumadh, na bhathadb an 7 . ^/.^ w 

uifgc |/^/%^ 

Ni a Icathnachadh, a fcaoiladh,7 .^ r>^ % 
no a fpreadhadh J '' -^"^ 

Ni a dheanamh - to do 

iLeabhadh a dbeanamb /^ ren^ 

Ni a dhaingnichadh /^ f^fltn 

Ni a bhriftadh /^ break 

Ni a mhothachadhj no bcantin \ ^^ * l 

do rud J 

Ni a cbuimdhcaibhadb,' no \ t f 

dhdbh com duine fein J J fS^ . , 

Ni a liobhdhcalbhadh, no a 7 ^ ^.- * 
t • jL r to patnt 

pheintadh j ^' 

Ni a tbarruing . to draw 

Ni-iomchair na gbiulbhian to carry . 

Bleath a dbeanamh ' togrind^ 

Ni tbolacb to bide ., 

Ni a ruagadh, no somain ar falbb /i? drvoe awof 

Ni a thogbbail^no a athoirt ar falbb toliftuport^amg^ 

' Ni 



} 



( 158 ) 

Ni a ipianadh 

Beicich, nobuirich a dheanamh 

Cnedthraich, no olhadhaich a 

dheanamh 
A bhi ar chreach, no ar chrith 
Ni a chioradh 
Ni a bheanailt as, no dhe 
Ni a tharruin^ aniadi 
Ni a ghlaoul,, no a ghabhail 
Ni a f ha&adh 
Semn do dheanamh 
Ni a chuir 
Ni a cheaddachadh, no 

f hulang, no a hgidh 
Ni a fgaoiladh fiqs . 
Magran, no feamhtire do 

dheanamh 
Ni a chorbhadh a bhreacadh, 

no gubhaladh 
Faththrim, no tartuir do 

dheanamh 
Rud a threigfin, no fhagail 
Rith, no fiubhal a dheanamh 
Ni a chaithaiiih, no a lomadh 
Ni a bhi a lofgadh 
A bhi re fiolchur 
Fios a chur ar neach 
Neach a bhroihachadh, no a 

fporadh 
Dul ar chuairt 
Lubadh 
Ni a cheangal 
Neach a phinaHlachadh 
Ni a bhuain 

Rud no neac^ a chur ar fiubhal 
Rud iarraidh 



} 
} 

} 



} 



Toplmk 
to roar 

t(f groan 

to tremble 
to comb ' 
to tah awiff 
to draw out 
to take 
toprefs 
tofing 
topa 

to permit 

to ftrow 

to creep^ 

to grave 

to make a Noife 

to leave 
4orun 
to wear 
to bum 
to fow 
to /end fof 

to provoke 

to vtftt 
tobefid 
to tie 
toptmjh 
to reap 
to fend 
to feek 



Rud 



( ^59 ) 

Kud iontadh To turn 

Ni a fgaoiladb, no a fhuafgladh to koft 
Ni a ch6rnadh, a chuarigadh, \ . » 

no a roladh J 

A bhi beo, no mairicinn 
Rud f highc 
Ni umghlacail 
Neach a theachd go toradh a 

mhiannin, no neach a 

fhaoitinn^ no bhuinnig 

uireafamh 
Neach a bhi ar a bhretli 
Ni f hirotinn 
Ni a dhul ar dearmadi no ar 

dichchuimhne 
Margail, no conradh do 

dheanamh* 
lomachd, no falbh 
Dioghakas a dheariamh 
Sleabhnachadh 
Labhairt 

Ni a leanbhinn, no a leanailt 
Diochill a dheanamh 
Ni ^hulang 
Gearan a dheanamh 
Feim a dheanamh do rud 
Neach a chur oific, no a chcird ) 

an gniomh, no droch dhuine )* to execute 



to live 
to weaui 
to embrace 

to obtain 

to be bom 
to get 

} to forget 

> to bargakt 

togo 

to revefige 
tojhde 
to /peak 
to follow 
to endeavour 
to fuffer 
to con^Mn 
toufe 



a chur go bas 
Ni a mheltuinn 
Teachd beo air 
Cadil a dheanamh 
Neach a theagalg, no 
' ealadhanachadh . 
Neach a bhacadh, a ghribadb, 

no athoirmeaig 



to enjoy 
to feed upon 
to fleep 

> to inJlruS 



} 



to binder 



A bhi 



( t6o ) 



i 



( ^^x^ fobema 

nob»» . ju no V to foftf^ 



( >6' ) 

Ni a cheane^, no a chuibhnn-7 «* .. * 

nachadh } r» hni 

Ni adhlacadb, no a chuir an J 

talamh, fos, ni a liffidh wc > to hoy 

deartnaid ^ 

A bhi re rcachcil, no it meac- 1 * rt ' 

nichghoil S"-^ 

Teachd, riachd te come 

Ni bhi ar a reic, no ar a dhiol ' to be foU ' 
A bhi re brofcat, re meadil, no7 ^ * „_ 

rcgiddal ^tcfiatt^ 

Ni a bhuiJachadh tobeftvw 

Breag, no breug a dheanamh to lie 
Ni a mhcaltin, no a fhaalbhachadh to enjey 
Ni a minn, no fhagail, no er- ^ m AiniJe 
' rannibh S 

Ni a thogha le cnuinchar tg cboofe hy Lots 

\^\ fheachuinn to try 

Ni a thobhas le meidh no le nuolar to meajtre 
Fethamh, no fuirach re ni to wait for 

Tionfgnadh, no toilachadh ~ to bepn 
Eirigh luas, fos, donlgnadh « ni te arife 

■ FINIS. 




j^f EN- 



( I62 ) 

APPENDIX. 

CONTAINING fame Words and Terms that moft 
frequentfy occur, in Divinity^ obferved to bofue been o- 
mittedby the Author of the preceeding Vocabulary col- 
kaedfrom the Irifli ConfeJ/m of Faith, Catecbifmy 
Book of Common-Prayer in Irilh, and what other Helps 
I could meet with ^ ati which is done ahhabeticalfy. 

Containing likewife a Table of Offices anfConditions of 
Men, offf^eigbts and Meafures mentiomd in Scrips 
. ture, and ofthofe Degrees of Confanguimty and Affinity, 
prohibited Marriage in the i8 Ch. of Lcvit. with the 
Names and Order of the Books of the Old and New 
Teftamentj with the Number of their Chapters. 

Lealachadh, no Fathfcriobhadh. 

A congbhail cailigin a Dfhocluibh fiio na Thearma- 
chan Diadhaihdfin as ftric a tha thaighas ah Inntin, 
no Chuimhne,a thugadh fa near a leigadh leachad 
le Ughdar an Fhocloir roimhfcrlobhte, ar a cruin- 
nachadh o Leabhtichin Aidmhail a Chreidimh, n 
Leabhar Cheafnuighe, Leabhar na Noirninin coit- 
chionn fan Ghaoigheilg, agus o gach G)mhnadh 
oile a chafadh riom, do chuir me iad fe fios do 
reir Egair na Haibidil. 

A congbhail mar an ceadna Gair Oifige, & Cbailid- 
heachta Dhaoine, Thoimhlin & Mhiolur ainmnighte ' 
fa n Scrioptuir, maille ris no nCeimunnin Daimhe 

' & Clcamhnuis da bhfiiil Poiadh toirmifdhc eatorra 
fan 1 8 Glib, do Leabhar 2>»^. le Ainimne agus 
Ordughadh Leabhair an Tfemdomna agus an 
Tiomna Noadh, agus Uibhair an Oubidile 

^ A 

Albidil The Alphabet 

Aithne A Comnumdmeni 

Athair 



Athair 

AifricMin 

Airtit^ai 

Aonfhuirm 

Aondachd, no Awachd 

Anbaildaich 

Ardcheannas 

Aingaichd, no Ana- 

comhthrom 
Ardlheanadh, no 

Comhairle 
Adhradh 
Adhnadh 
Aire 

Andligheach 
^nntrom 
Aoig 

Ni anntromachadh 
Aithgheineamhuinn, 

Nuadhbhreith 
Andanadas 
■■ Ardughadh - 

Aidirigh chum Beatha 
Aclifhualgladh - 
Atharughadli, no 1 

corahionladh J 

Anmiann ' 

Anmknn Altrum 
Amhghar 
Aingaichd 

Ar na thabhairt feachad 
Aithleafuighadh, no 

Aithdreachadh 
Anbhunnachd 
Arith na Eas-lcabtha 
Artiiighachd, no 
... Seuiadachd 



( 1^3 ) 



Ma/s 

An ArticU 
Umfomdtf 
Unity 
, Aubaptifts 

> Iniquity 

\ AComcU 
Wbrfbip 
Ajt ymxcate 
An Ark 

A Trttnfgrejfor 
Grievous 
A Skeleton 
To agp-avatt 

J- Regeneration 

Prefumpiion ■ 
Exaltation 
Repentance mio Life 
. Redemption 
5- A Commfion 

^ocberiJblMJl 

mckednefs 
Exhibited 

> A Reformation 
Ir^mity ' 
Deatb-ied Hipentatfee 



> Antiqmty 



Aithne, 



Aithne, no Ordugh 

Arguin 

Aibhcirfoir 

An Ave Mari . 

AUtuchadh 

Nf Athglanadh 

Andochafach 

Athuamha,rachd 

Alach 

Aonranach 

Aran taifbonta 

Arguin iomlan, no 

Tanarguin 
Ard-aingeal 
As-tharruing 
Athairainimeach, no 

Tufeinimeach 
Aithred, Athairmhaoin 
Ainticriofd 
Aicighaid 
Ajiiochd 
Anec^U 
Ar£ulnair 
Aon Eagtais, no Par?^ 

raiite a dheanamh 

do dha, 6ff. 
An Bioth Diadha 
Athfhuamhar 
Athfhuamhairachd 
Aigein 



> 



Buighachas 
Bunadhafach 
Baifdidh Tighe 
Beannachadi^ 
]Bculoidfu 



164 ) 

A Precept 

An Argument 

Mamon 

TTfe Ave Maria 

Grace before Meat 

To refine 

PrefumptU9us 

Abmmnation 

A RequeH , 

Defilate 

Sbew'^bread 

> ASyllogiffn 

An Archangel 
An AbJiraSf 

A Patrmmick 

A Patrifho^ 
An Anticbrift 
A Symptome 
Rigour 
Aftonifhment 
An Antiquary ' 

To unite Churches or Pa- 
' rijbes 

The Divine EJfence 
Odious 
Abomination 
An Abyfs 

Grace irfter Meat 
Bmdamental 
Houfe Baptifm 
A Benetton 
Trcfdition 

^thar 



B 



} 



( 

Briathar 
Bioth-bhuan < 
Beathughad Minifteir 
Breathamhnas 
Brughabhail, no 

Bronnghabhail 
Bunaidach, no Ughdar- 

rafach 
Buanmhaireachduin 
Beathughadh Eaglaifach 
Bunachar 
Beoiobairt ^ 
Beatha mhahachamhuil 
Briodh, no Sufbainte 

Buadhin nadurrdha 

Bruid, no Daoirfe 

Buaidh na Huaighe 

Briathrin 

Bruid Cogais 

Brat-broin 

Buaidhan 

Beatha (huthuin 

Bronnghabhailtc 
Buairadh 
Beannuighadh 
Barrachaol 
Biod amhluidhe 



165 ) 

Stile 
Eternal 
A Benefice 
A Judgmmt 

A Conception 

Authentick^ havings Autbo- 

rity - ' 

Perjeverance 
The Cure 
DepenJance 
A living Sacrifice 
A inonqftical Life 
ASubJiance 

{EJfential or natural Pro* 
perties 
'Bondage 

^he ViSory of the Graive 
fTords 

A Check of Confcience 
A Mortcloth 
Attributes 
Eternal Life 
Conceived 
A temptation 
A Benediclion 
A Pyramid 
Amen 



Comhbhaidh. 



AGoncbifion 

A Chalice 

Coequal 

Afcribid 

Ceud 



Conihdbunadh 

Calis 

Coimhmeas 

Ar a chur as kth 



CeadBHaghna 
Cruais Croidhe 
Cred 
Cruthchaochladh, 

Ddlbhchaochladh, 

no Fuirmchaochladh 
Goi^regadh 
Coriwrhriofd 
Comaone, no Cooah- 

chomunn 
Crois, no Croich 
Cailtenach 
Cailin 
Comhan 

Ceait-chreidbheach 
Caitho}aicaich 
Caildndeir 
Clar 
Comhdhaingnuighadh, 

no dul fo u Laimh 

Eafbuig 
Cuairt aig Daoine tinne 
Claigunn mairbh 
Cainnilbhachadh, no 

Aicaoin-Eaglais 
A Chonfidir 
An Calich Aifrionn 

Colaidh Aifrionn 

Garthannachd 

Comhiheirm 

C>mh-leanmhuinn 

Comh-fhreagarachd 

Confpuid 

Ceift 

Creidamh 



i66 ) 

A Century^ cr Ag 

Hardrbeartednefs 
A Creed 

A Transfgur^uion 



■•4 , 



' k. 



\:\ 



} 



\ 



A Csnfecratian 
TheEucbarifi 

A Communis 

A Crofs 
An Emocb 
A tfympb 
A shrine 
Orthodox 
A Catbotick 
A Calendar 
ATabk 

Cor^matum 

The Vtfitatim of the Sick 
A Mffrt'head 

Excommunication 

^be Conjiteor tiU 
The Mafs Bell 

\rhe Mafs Rois or Onuh 

c ments 
Charity 

Confent or Harmony 
A Confeqmmc 
A 'ymetry 
A Controvert 
A ^ueftion 
Religion or Faitb 




■^ t — • 



ij 







*67 ) 
ACbri/HM 
Lera 

Centritisn ' 
Ai Incentive 

y CathoUcl 

> ACcvenait 

At Hypocrite 
A Crucifixion 
A Saving Rath 



Goi^has, no Cai^us 

Comhbhruitachd 

Culidh-bhroftuidh 

Comh-choitchion, gu 
Huilidhe 

Comhcheangal, no 
Cumhniint 

Cealgair 

Ceafkdh 

Crddamh SlainttamhuU 

Ceafnughadh 

Crabhadh 

Com-phartughadh 

Coimeafgadh 

Gonta 

Clar ammis 

Cbmhcheannachd 

Cuing 
■ Commas togha 

Cumadoirachd Dhacrine 
, Cogar an Aidhbhcarimr 

Comhchional 

Companas ^ . . 

Comhcheangal na n Gras The Covetiant ef Grac 

Coir Interefi 

Ceim diimhe Comhfhola A Degree <f Cmja^im^ 



Devotion 

A Commtmication 

Coi^ufion 

GuiU 

An Index 

Commerce 

AToke 

Conge de EJ&re 

Devices «f Men ' 

tfhe Swgejiim of Satan. 

An Affembt} 

FeSewJbip 



Clcamhnas 

Ceartas 

Comh-mhothuighadh 

Comhbhriodhuighadh, 

no Comhihusban- 

tiug^idh 
Comh-chorp 
Comh-labhradh ddf& 
Craic Mimitdr - - •■ 



affinity 
Jaftice 
A S^mfaihy 

. ConfiAJiantiation 

ACorperatien 
ADialegae . 
AGiehe 



Comhic^- 



Gmihioig-ghnumh 

Comh-meafgachd 

Comh-aimfairach 

Oinran 

Coimh-fhreagards 

Commifdair 

Comifdairachd 



( 168 ) 

A Cbaos^ ^ tonfkfei Maji 
A Om^fiHon 
Contemporary 

Afnuttering^ orgrumUing 
A Symetry 
A Ctmmijfary 
A Commijfariot 



D 



Dealghnath 
Deadhoibrighe 
Daingniughadh 
Deachta leis an Spiorad 7 

naomhchsi J 

Dearbheachd 
Deachamh a ihuigbadh) 

do reir Cearris J 

Diadhachd 
Dealughadh 
Dilib 

Daonnachd 

Diccadaon aa Luathraidh 
Deachamh a leafiighadh 
Da Eaglais, no da Phar- 

raifte a dheanamh do 

aon Eaglais, &r. 
Diadomnich Pailm 
Damnadh Sforruidhe 
Duine gan diughe 
Do-rannfiiighce^ fui do-T^ 

(cradhte j 

I^a breigc 
Dlioghar dhoian 
Dearmail, no Ro-chfinun 
DubhfhocuU 
Dioaidanai 



A Ceritnoftjf 
Good fVorks 
A Ratification 

{Given by the In^ratim 
of God 
Affurance 

m 

To modify Stipends 

S%eohgy 

A Divorce 

A Legacy 

Humanity 

AfibfTedne/d^ 

To ailment ieinds 

To disjoin Cbnrcl^s^ &c. 

PabnSimditf 

Ever lofting Damnation 

Raca 

UnfearcbM 

AnIdU 

To him is due 

Anxiety 

A ParaUe 

ADm. 

Deilf 



( 

DdigioboU 

Diabheim, no Blasbheini 
VDraoi 
- Dplas 

Duiichill, no Comrig 

Dui liias, no Diruidh 

iDiolibiche 



169 ) 

A Bifciple 
A Blafpbemj 
A Charmer 
Defolation 
A SanUuary 
Afcenjion 
A Legator 



The Refurrelfien 

Efficacy 

Hebrew 



E 

Eileirigh, aifqrigh^ 

Eifeachd 

Eabhra 

Eaglais an Easbuid, am o 

bi a Chathair Eaabuic,> A Cathedral 

no Cathedra ^ 

Edirmhinachadh 
^;Eaglais an ComJJhear- > 
mcnich Eaglaifaich J 
£a&ontas 



Edirmheadhonair 
Edirghuighoir 
Einccachd 
Eagal urramach 
Eagal trajUeamhuil 
Eiftachd cogaifach 
Eidirdhealuighte 
Eaglais chothuighe 
Eaglais neamchdha 
Eaglais Phroteftanach 
Eaglais Romhanach 
Eilighdieoir 
Eifdachd 

Errun deachamha 
dorduigh lagh do 
Bhann Mhinifter an 
deis a Bhais 
Eigfc 



An Interpretation 

A Collegiate Church 

A I'ranfgrejjion 

A Mediator . 

An Inter ce£or 

Herefy 

Reverence 

Slannfh Fear , 

A conpAonabk Hearing 

Diftin^ 

"The ASlitant Church 

The Triumphant Church 

The Proteftant Church ' 

The Roman Church 

A Creditor 

Attention 

The Amat^ of a half Tear^s 

Stipend du^ iy Law to aMs- 

nifter^s JVidow^ or neareji 

of Km 

An Art or Science 

£,aiordugh 



Eafirdugh 
£u|;mhuis 
Bakmoir 
EibUt 



( 



Salanuifaiir 

Eaiampbur 

Eafaonds 

Eashaloid 

EafxTBuin 

Eric 

Eadulabhra , 

Eaglamhias 

Eaglais, noParraifte 

gan Mhiniftdr 
Eaglais «r g^urm fas 

Foirm 

Fircunnachadh 

Fioghuir na n OxAfc 

Forchinntachd 

Foillfiughadh 

Freafdil 

Faoilid^ no Aidmhail 

Foirfeachd 

Fad-fhulange 

Fcar-laoradh 

Feolghabhail 

Feartin 

Fritheoladh 

Fiiltann 

FoUUiughadh 

Foghlum 

Fath 

FKl'cainhachd 

Fcin*f hoghaintacfe 



170 ) 

Confiffim 
ADefaa 

An InterjeSkH 
the tml^bi 
A Paitem or SampU 
An Exatf^k 
ADiffiMim 
-An Mphttim 
ATmuh 
Kindred Money 
A Sokcifin 
A Variety 

> A vacant CbiO^cb ef Parifii 

A Cburcb deckred 'Oacane 



yj rortn 

Juftification 

fbe Sign of the Crojs 

Predeftinaiim 

A Bjevekaion 

Prowdetiti 

AC(nf^lSon 

PerfeSion 

A Redeemer 

Incarnation 

Vertues 

A Difpenfation 

Implied 

A Mdnif elation 

Difcipline 

An Opporimiityi 

ihe Original 

Seffufficieni 



iPcar 



Fear con^hail fiias A Sufimur 

Faifttneach^ A Dtviner 

Hneamhuin A Vnieymri 

Foirbhaildfflu gincamhuil AcceptaUe 



Foiriomalach 
Fioi^bioine 
Fonnin fiiadha 
FreamhaA)huil 
Feillire, no Cailidalr 
Fath&rfobbadh 
Foirdhealbh 
Freamhfhocull 



Formal 0rmti% 
SimeriPjf 
Hymns 
Radical 
AKakttdar 
An Append 
A Scheme 
An Efimahigf 
A Pr&d^ 
ftkdimetiis 



Foriongantas 

Fortheagafi: 

Fuagradh, no Rabhadh? ^ ^^ 



Fearuinn Eaglais 

Gloir 

Gras 

Grafinhar 

Geurleanbhuinn 

A Ghairm cifeachdach 

Gath an Bhais 

Gairm-pofaidh 

Genteilich 

Gcrr-fhbirm 

Greigis 

Galiff Albanach 



Galig Erinjich ^ibe ^ 
Giobht, noTiodhlacadhV 

2tr aihimnogbiid do > Carbon. 

Dhia > 

Gujklhad¥ui Imprecaims 

Qeaidoir An Exorct/i 

Grianchrio$ ne Zodiaek 



KirkLandf 

Gbry 

Grace - 

Gracious 

Perfecution 

^e EffeSual CaBng 

^ Stim of Deaib ^ 

A Procbmuum of Btum 

GetUiks 

ASwmwy 

Greek 

ne old Scots iMguqgo 

The Ir^ iMffioge 



Gradh 



( 1/2 ) 

Gradh lafamhuil, no 7 ^^^ 

Dealis J / 

Gairm Minifteir A Mnifter^s Call 

Gibht, no Prefan a 7 ,<,» ^,/>-, 
thabhairt fcchad S ^"M^^ 
Gealldaingnighe ^ Eameft 

I 
Inid(do rcir toacmenmna 7 
Ronihanach) ina > 

chomhnuith anamuinn, Vy •, 

na n athrach oaomhtha > ^f^^^^ fMrftm 

&naoidhegan bhaif- 
tadh go teachd Chrioid 
Irifluighadh 
Idholadhradh 
larritas, no Achongith 
Imrcufon 
Inbhear 
Ice 
• Imadughadh 
Inid uimith do naomh, O 
no Ceis go ngleid- ^ 
hadh Relig naoimh V^ 

L 

Ladh ti^ Heaglais 



Humiliatitm 

Idolatry 

A Petition 

A Contraoerff 

APafture 

Balm 

A MultipHcation 

A Shrine 



Ladh na modhannan 
La na Saboide 
Leadan, no Liottan 
Leadan na NaoimI> 

Leadan Mhuire OidI| 



{^e Canonical Law^ or 
Law of the Church 
^the moral Law 
TJye Sabbath 
A Litany 
The Litany of the Saints 

{ne Litanf of fbe f^n 
Marf 



( 

Litir, no Epioftil 

Lein Aifrionn 

Laidduinn 

Luidhach 

La NoUig 

La Caifgce 

La cead Fheill Muire 

Erraich 
- Ul FheUl Briode 
"/.LaBeltinn • 
La Luaniftain 
r La Samhna 
, Ul na 3 Riogh 
La na Nuile Naoimh 
La ioQtadh an Abfdail 

Phoil 



173 ) ^ 

AnE0h 

A Swrflice 

Latin 

A Reward 

Ckriftmafs Dofj Decern. 2§. 

Eqfter "Day 

J" ^e Purification^ Feb. zd. 

The Jji of Feb. 
ihe iji of May 
Lammas Dojf^ or Augtfi ifi. 
Hallowmas Baylor Nov. i. 
^e Epiphany J 6th January 
All Saints J November ift. 

}S'The Cowoerfwn of St. 
' C Paul^ January 2$tb. 



La Mhartiorachd Righ 7 J King Charles Martyrdom^ 



Tcirluigh ift 
La Naoimh Mhatt. 
La dara Fheill Muire 

Erraich 
La Naoimh Marc an 

Soifgeulaich 
La Phjlip & Jacob 
La Fhaotinn amach na 

Croife 
La ailaig Righ 

Teirluigh 2d. 
La Naoimh Barnabas 

Abfdail 

La Fheill Eoin Baifduigh St. John Baptijl^ June 24th. 
La Fheill Pedir Abfdail St-. Peter Apojile^ June 2 gtb. 



J L January gotb. 
St. Matthew^ Feb. 2 $tb. 

Hi be Annunciation^ 
March 2gtb. 
HSt. Mark the Evangeliftj 
April 2 ^tb 
St. Phil, and Jacobs May i. 

HThe Invention of the Crofs^ 
May ^d. 
HK. Ch. 2d's Rejioratumy 
May %otb. ^ 

J St. Bam. Apojile June i itb. 



La Mari Magdalin 
La Naoimh Shemuis 
La an Chruthatharruigh . 
La an ainim lofa 



Mary MagdaUn^July 2 \fi. 
St. Jamesy July 2 <ytb. 
Transfiguration^ Augi^ 6tb. 
Name of Jefus^ Augufl jtb. 

La 



( »74 ) 
Laubhruinn Si. Launme^ A^fuf^ 



La nacMmh Barcholcmi 
Lii Breth Maire 
La na Croife naoimhtha 
La fheUl Mhfchdl 
naoimh Luc 



I^ Siiimoin agas Jaide 
Li fiieill Marcuinn 
La fhdll Ainndne 
La Torruciiuighachd 

Muire Oigh 
La naoimh Thomais 
La naoimh Sceiphain 
La fheill Eoin 
I^thin feiUe' 
Litir dhomhnuich 
lathadh, no 

Maitheamhnas 
I^eannan Siothe 
Leac, no Tuam 
Lethiomalach 
Laimhdeachas 
Lu'ighachd, Cluain 
Lan Ghuin, no Pone 
Leafughadh 
Leacencachd 
L6n, no biadh fiubhuil 
Lamhcheardamhuii 
Leabhar Plhalm 



Leabhar Uirnith 

Leabhar L^mhe na Uirni A Mmaud 

M 
Meflia, no Ar Ungcadh, 1 

ioninn e agqs an > 7Z« Mi^iah 

Focull Criofd J^ 

I^fifil^ri AMjtlUfy 



St. Bartbokmcw^ .Jug. 24/^. 
MtrfsNdiiviiy^ Stptr. 9ib. 
Hofy Crafs^ Sept. i^tb. 
St. Mchaels^ Sept. 2qfb. 
St.Luki^Oaober iHtb. 
St. Simon 0HdJude^Q£i. zZ. 
St. Martins^ Nov. ivb. 
St. Andrews J Nw. sotb. 

Htbe Coneeptian of the Vir^ 
mMnrjy Decern, ttb. 
St. fhomas tbe jI^U 
St.Stepbensy Decern. 26tb. 
St. Jobn'sj Decern. 2jtb. 
Feftmds • 
The Dominical Later 

r Fardon 

A FamHiar Spirit 

AGrave-ftom 

Outward or formal 

Ci^ivity 

An ArAufh 

AVaini 

An Jfypendiit 

Precifenefs 

A Viaticum 

Mechanical 

APfalmBook 

A Prater Book 



M^uthcuniinas 



( 

MaitheamhMis 

Moralachd 

Muinghin 

Muir-oigh 

Moid 

Mkmnin geallaidh 

Mallochd 

Mardor 

Marbhdhraoithachd 

Minifteir a chur as a 

Bheathughadh 
A^bhrinn 
Minifteir a thabhairt o 

oile '_ 

{A Pari/b Mincer or Ittr 
cnmbeM 

Minifteir tha a fethamh \ m r^ j.j , 
re Bcathughadh J ^ Cdndfdflfe 

MoUuighte go teachd 7 

N 



A Mgefy 

Qmfidence 

StbcVirgmMsry 

AVtm 

A pnm^arf 0(Ub 

ACurfe 

A Martyr 

Ifecramafuy 

\ To depofe a ABmJier 
An Ekgie 



A 



Minifteir Parraifte 



an ligheama 



Anathema Maranatha 



Keamhthachd 
Nt amVthudmachd 
Neamh-mhio(arrdhachd 
Keamh'fhaicfionachd 
Neamlwrhriochnuighte 
*thuigfeai 



Heavenlinefs 

tnfalUmty 

Immenjenejs 

InoffibiUfy 

Iffidte 

Incmfrehififibk 



Neamh^chiaochladbachd ImmutoHUty 



Neamh-chiontais 
Naomh-thugliadh 
Neamh-icartfaamhuil 
Nadur eidardhealuighte 
NaduffSirfe 
Nadur Diadha 
N^duir Spioradoil 



Innocence 

SanSification 

Inftparable 

A difima Nature 

AperfeS Nature 

Divine Natmt 

A fifirHutd Naiur 



Nadur 




: ( 176 ) 

Nadur Amgli An angelical Nature 

Nadur Daonna Human Nature 

Naomhdiachd Holmefs 

Neamh-churam fcolmhQr Camd Security 

Neamh-chreidamh Infidelity 

rannfuiffhte ^ } Unfearcbabk 
Neamh-mheadhonach Immediate 
NeanA-chrochtc, no \ r j j 

Neamh-cheanguilte ris J I^^^ependent 

Neamh-rannphartuighte Incommunicabk 

Nuadh-bhric^hughadh, "} ^^^nc k. ^^a. t 
no Tarlhufban- ^ Tranfaijiantiation 

tuighadh 3 

Neach da fcidair c fein a7 ^ p , ,. 
dhcibhodh in a fhoJumI ^ Probatwner 

O 

Ordugh A Decree 

Obair na Heginn agus 7 Storks of Neceffity and 

na Trocaire J C Mercy 

Oifig An Office 

Orduisha Ordinances 

Oilbhcim An Offence 

Qirchifeachd Gifts of Bounty 

Oide Muinte ^ A Scboolmafier 

Oilidire A Pilgrimage 

Ola Bhaisy no Ola 7 r? ' rr a- 

Leafuighe S ^^^^'^ ^"^''^ 

Ofchomaifgthe A Meteor 

Ofcriobhadh A Superfcription 

Oibrigh-bharrachd, no 7 .. . , ^ « 

OlSif is anabharr J ^^*^ ^/ 5i^W^tfftc« 

Oran Moluidh do Dhia Halekjab 
OranSabhalaidh doChriofd Hofamm . 

Peacsu^ 



Peacadh 
PobaU 



Fian, D6bhruinn 
Feaaulh geine « 
Peacadh gniomha 
Peacadh marbhtha 
Peacadh folagha 
Peacadh beg 



( J77 ) 
P 

A Sm 

Paffion 
A torment 
Original $m 
ABiud Sin 
A mortal Sin 
A venial Sin 
A Peccadilh 



A 



adhaighl 
an Spioraid naomhtha J iL Gboft 



An inceftmus Sin 
An inceftuous Marri^e 
Purgadoir, no Furncis 7 . p._^,_ 



Peacadh colnach 
Poladh colnach 



Pearfil 

Pcrfon 

Pofadh diomhair mi- 

. laghoil 

Pofadh 

Pfailm 

A Phriomhcaglaas 

A Phaidir 

Painteir, lUb, no Dul 

Parthais 

Portos 

Priomhughdar 

Pnomhachd 

Plantadh paglaifin 

]^us Eaglais Cburcihcenfure 

Run-diomhair A Msftety 

Riaghail Eaglais AQmm 

Z 



AVer/on 

A Par fin or Mmfier 

\ Clandeftine Marriage 

Matrimony 

Pfalms 

ne Primitive Cburcb 

^e Lord's Prayer 

A Snare or Ginn 

^arddifi ^ 

^e Mafs Book 

An original Author 

A Source 

Plantation of Kitks 



Rchis 



Reihte 

Run-fiorruigke 

Reumh-ordughadh 

Run 

Run-phartuighce 

Roimh-raite 

Rinn, 

Relicy na Cladh • 

Reach dtiaingnaidh 

Reachd, no Bith 

'A.Ci\ui» C\rcci'J 
Scannail f holluifach 

A Soiigcul 

Solumnachadh 

Scriobtur 

A Seintiomna 

Soidhach creaghadh gp 
n congbhail luacha rlo 
Cnamhaii na iharbh an j Uh^ 
deis an lofgaidh (a C 

^meafg na Romhanach^S 



f I7M 

ji Reconciliation 
An eternal Purpofe 
Afore-ordaining 
An Intention 
' CommunicdM^ 
A Preface 
A Point 
ACburclhyard 
A Decree or SentenCt 
A Law enaBed \ 

ne Gofpel 

A SqUnmizdti&H 

9%e ScHptiite 

^QldTeftmeni 



Slanuchadh 

Seachadaighte 

Sothuigfthe 

A Spiorad diomhalr 

SeacUi 

Staid na.nGras 

Saoirfe 

Siorgheanmnachd 

Sochat* 

Solus nadiirdha 

Slighe reidhe 



Solvation 

ji Tradition 

Intelligible 

The prinutte S^ 

Senfe 

The State of Grace 

Freedom 

Perpetual Chaftiti 

A Benefit 

Natural U^t 

Free Accefs 



Samhlughadh faicfibnach A vi/ible Reprefentatidn 

Saboid ' The Sabbath 

Saobhchrabhadh Superjiition 

SmuaadghQ Thoughts • 



S61a3 



iSoIas 

Slairite 

So-reite 

Soifgeiilaich 

Slanufghoir 

Seirbheis Diadha, no 

Adhradh ' . 
Staid 

Seach-labhradh 
Seanfir 
Simanachd, no &. c- 

Naomhcheannthachd J ^'^'^ 
Sior-chlcachdadh jdn Mxercifi 



( 179 ) 

QmJoMm 

j$, Pr^piHation 
An Evangelifi 
4 Sannowr 

A State 
An Jliegwy 
A Presi 



Snas 

Sifma, no Sgaradh 

Siorrbhuanas 

Staid Patruin 

Sealbhughadh 

Saoldair 

Soidhach go loigadl^ 
Neithe deadhbholtrach 
ann an Onoir Diadha 



Mlegance 

4 Schifm 

A Perfevn'oncit 

A Patron^e 

Infiitution 

AChiOder 

ACenfir 



Toil fhaor 

Tiodil onorach a 
bhoinadh do Dhpfiioir 
rin teagaifc Lagh no 
Jpiduigh 

Togha 

Teiftas 

Teagaig 

Tobair-baifdidl) 

Tubaiff^ . 

Trebh.dhini6b4 

TruaUkdh 



Frei-mU 

Rabbi 

AnEk^kB 
ATefiisnotPf 
Apocrine 
A Font 
Adverfitf 




Cvrtftim 



^Tta%a& 



( i8o ) 

Tiolg^dh Facing 

Tadhordughadh . Preieftination 

Tiomnthoir JTefiator 

Treoiruighthbir -^ Guide 

Teanga choitchionn ^ vulvar Tongue 

Tiomchuillghearradh Circumcijwn 

Tiichdadh, no Beutoidis A Tradition 
Tairigfheah P^tnuii do "> 

inaGhiftdo " J 

Tha an Eaglak fas Tie Church vmh 

Tigh comhni Miniftdr ^ Manfe 
Teiiiunnis A Certificate 

U 
Uan Cafgca T^ P.affover 

Uchdnihacachd Adcptwn 

Uchdmhac An adapted Sm 

Ughdar An Author 

Ughdarrach Authoritative^ oj^ authentick 



gghdarras Authority 

flc radharcach, no 7 '^,7 y. .^ 
. Uadcirfinnach f ^H^^^ 

^'ISm^^ ~ } °^"*' "• '^*<' 

Uilcfhiofiich Qmnifcient 

Uilelathair Onndprefent 

Uilcionidacb VUjuity 

tJiledhiongbhal^ All-fifficieni ■ 

Uachdaran iaoghalta A Civil Mag^ei^ 

tJimith an Tio|||i«HlMJ ^^ lard^i Fraver . 

fi^irmt^ Maidnc '^ * ^fim, 9r A1mMttL:B^it^i^ 



"• » ^.4>iM'V '»'4 



%,-«.s »^.'.>* 



\ 



Uimith Nona Vejpers^ er Evening Tra^ 

Uimithe na Hinntine Mmtal Ejaculations 

Uile bhith AlUbeing 

Uathbha&ch Terrible 

Uamhuinn Horror • 

Ungcthe Anointed 

U^^^d choit- j. y^^^j.^ ^^.^ 

Urchofe A Vrefervative 

Urchoid Hurt 

Uilge coifrichte ^. Holy Water 

An Uibhair Oir • iTJ^ goUm Number 

An Uile Chleir a ^ 

bheanas do aon > A Chapter 
Chathair Ealbuig 5s 
Umpair, no Fear da } 
ndabhrair commas Cuisr 
chonfpoid a reicach no ^ ^ Moderator 
an Forfhuighdioir ian 
Phrefbitri 
An Uine a bhios an 

Eaglais, &c. gan ^ ^e Vacancy 
Mhimfteir 



i t . 



CLAR Oifi^e agus Chailidheachta Daoine. 

Pi^TRIARCA, no PATRIARCHS, or 

Aithremuihrirc,nurdobhi Fathers of Families, fucb as 
Abraham, Ilaac, Jacob, Abraham^ Ifaac and Jacoby 
agus 12 Mhic. and bis 12 Sons. * 

. 5rcitheamhuin,Arduach-. Judges temporary, fupreme 
taruin aimfiorrdha, ordu- Governors, immediately ap^ 
Sghte, re Beu] De oigionn pointed by God over the Chit- 
gWpinn liraej, dren of Ifrael. 

Righthe, 



( l82 J 

Righthe,donRigheachd ISngSy and tbi^ either cf 
uile (no deis Claonadh no ike wbok Nation^ or^ after 
ID Treabha;) ar Judah no the fating of the ten Trtbn 
IfraeL of Judah or Ifrael. 

SeannoireyComhairligh, Elders^ Senators^ the 70, 
na Hard Chomhdhala, an or Sanhedrin. 
JO Sean, no Sanhedrin. 

Oifigigh, Cinn Caithrea- Officers^ Provojis^ Sbf* 
cha» Siorram, Luchd-ba- riffs^ or Executioners. 
fiiighte. 

Breidieamhuinoile,Ria- Judges^ inferior Rulers ^ 
ghlorighi lochtracha do fucb as determined Contro* ^ 
reitighadh imrcfoin na verges in pqrticular Cities, 
Mbailte ar kith. • 

Ifraelitigh, Eabhruighe, IJraeliteSy Hebrews^ De^ 
do Ghincadh o Jacob. fcendants from Jacob. 

Eabhruidh na n Eabh- An Hebrew of fiebrewsy 
ruighcach, Kraeliteach o an IJr^Ute by an origini^ 
Shinnfiorachd, do thaobh ExtraSion. 
Atluur agus Mathair. 

ProfelitighanChunradh AProfeliteof the Cove- 
Eachtmnnaigh timchill- nant^ who was circumcifedy 
ghearrtha, agus cenguike and Jiibmitted to the wbok 
re Reachd Mhaoife uile. Law of Mofes. 
■^ Pfofelitigh an Dorais, A Profelite tf the G^te^ 
Goigrigh daghair an aon or Stranger y who worfixped 
Dia, ach gan bheidi tim- one God^ but remained stn- 
chillghearrtha. circumcifed. 

Otfigigb fo Mbonarcichachh AU^i^ <?. Pberfi^ 
Otficers under the Aflyrian pr Pisr^an Jwlor 
u^rcbs. 

Tirihatha, Uachtaran ^irjhatbay or Governor 
ordoighteleisnaRightbibh appott^ed by the Kings of 
fin. /^iaandPerM 

^. Clod 



{ ih ) 

Cinii an Bhraighdion- Heads of the Ci^Hvity^ 
iHtis, dinn-fheaghna gacK the Ckif tf Meb fHk if 
Treabh, no Muintite do Familf who exerci/ed apn^ 
riaghluigh orra, gan a n- carious Government during 
togha re am no Bruid. ibe CdpHvity. 

Oifigigh Uachtaracb fo Mhonarcaibh fia Grii^e. 
Superior Officers under the Grecian Monarch!. 

Maccabeigh, Uachtar- Maccabees^ tbc Succefor^ 
iih thanig an Lorg Judas of Judas Maccabeus^ . Higb 
Mhaccabeus ; Ard-fhagart Priefts^ who prejidtd with 
ag a raibh Cumhachd rio- kingly Power. ' 
ghamhail. 

faoi na Nimptri Romhanach. Under the R(3^ 

man Emperors. 

Prefidentigh, no Riagh- FrefidentSy or Governors ^ 
lorigh, do chuiridh on fent from Rome witb impi^ 
Roimh iad le Cumhachd rial Power. 
impiri. 

Tetrarc, ag a raibh Tetrarcbsy who had king'^ 
Cumas Ri ar 4 Chuigibh iy Power in four Provinces. 
Fcrainn. * . 

Procon(uJ> Biocair no Proconfulsy or Depttiids of 
Deapoid na Ccuigeadh. Provinces. 

Oifigigh iocbtaracb. Inferior OjSicers. 

Putblicanigh; no lucht Publicans^ or ^ax-gi- 
togbhail Chiofa & Ghana- tberers. 
chuis. 

CehturiOjCaiftin ar ched Centurion^ . a Capthin of 
Fcr. 100 Men. . ^ 

Le^idn^Battba, no 6666 A Legion fir Smdy 6666 
Peirfe. P^rfohs 

Oifigigh 



( iH ) 

^ifigigb na Seagkife & Sltgbeacha Crabhdidb. 
Eccleiiaftical Officers, or Sedts of Mem 

Ardlhagairt, reachadh High Prieftsy ivbo ofiff 
amhain afteach do Nlonad mgbt enter the tiify df 
to Naomhtha. Holies. 

AthfhagaJTt^ no Sagan, Second Priefts or Sagan^ 
Fear ionaid an Ardfhagairt wbofi^tied the tSgh Priefis 
da mbiadh Eugcruas air. Office^ in cafe be were difatied. 
Priomh-fliagairt ar ion an High Priejts for the IVoTy 
chogaidhdo flicithniheadh fet upart for the Occqfion of 
ar an Tfluddh. an Expedhiqn. 

Sagairt, Lcbhitich do Priejis,^ Levitsof the Sons 
Shiiochd Aaroin, roinnte of Aaron^ divided into 24 
an 24 Sealanaibh) gach Ranks^ each Rank ferving 
curfaagfrichealodhieuchd- weekfy in the Temple. 
mhuin fan Teampuil. 

Lebhirigh do Threibh Levits of the Tribe of 
Ldbhi, ach ni do Siol Levij but not of Aarorfs 
Aaroin ; do bhadar 3 Uird Family \ tbefe were of three 
dhiobh, Tigh Ghcrfon, Orders^ Gerfomts^ Kaba- 
Chohath, Mhcrari, triur tbits^ Merarits^ three Sons 
Mhac L6bhi. of Levi. 

Nerinimigh, nir budh Netbimn^s^ inferior Ser* 
Lebhidch iad, ach lucht vants to the Priefts and he- 
fritheoilte na Nfalgairt, & vits {not of their Tribe) to 
naNlebluteachangearradh draw Water andcleaive Woody 
Gonnsddh & a ntarranig &^« 
Uifce. 

Faigh, no I^euchadoire Prophets^ ancientfy called 
an Alk)d, lucht taiirgKire SeerSy who foretold future 
& foUlfiughadh Bhreithe- £<z;^/j, and denunced Go^s 
amhnufla De. Judgments. 

Qann naBfagha^Difcio- Children of the Propbits^ 

'' no Scolaire na Biagh« tbeir Difci^ or Scbobrs. 

]>aoithe 



Draoithe, Daoine-glic, Wlfi-inen, called fi in 
Ainm Magi, no Fhcall- Imitation of the eaftern Ma- 
lamhna foglumtha chine- gi^ or Gentile thikfopbers. 
adhach an Airdlhoir. 

Scriobuighc, Scriobhno- Scrihes^ ff^riters and'Ex-^ 
irigh, & lucht minuighadh pounders of the Law. 
an DHghc. - • ' 

< EHofboirighe, do thog Difputers^ that rdifed and 
& a chriochnuigh Ceai- determined ^Jiions out of 
tahna as an Reachd. the Law. 

Rabbi,DoftuirnaCeann- A Rabbit a DoSlor 9r 
teagaifg an Ifracl, Bolllaire Teacher of IfraeL 
Sermonrigh. • 

Libertinigh,Daoine faor Libertins, Free-men of 
na R6imhc, Juduighc, na Rome^ who beit^ Jews or 
lucht ta thuighe an Crcid- Projelytesjf had a Synagogue 
amh,agaraibhCilldhoibh or Oratory for themfelves. 
fein chum cminnuighadh 
& Ufrnithe. 

Gaulonitigh no Gall- Gaulonits or Galileans^ 
leanuigh, domheasUmh- who pretended it unlawful 
lachd do Uachtaran An- to obey an Heathen Magp^ 
Greidfnheach a bhith ain- Jlrate. 
dligheach. 

Herodianichjdodheilbh Herodians, who fhapei 
an Creidamh reir na their Religion to the Timts^ ' 
Haimfire, gu hairighe ag and particularly fiattirti 
dheananih Spleadachus re Herad. 
Hioruacth. 

. Epicureanuigh,dochufr EpicurianSy who placed 
an Sonas uije an anamianna all Happinefs in Pleafure. 
fcolmhdr. 

Stoicigh, do fhean toil Stoicksy who deified the 
fliaoir an Duine, & mheas Uberty of the Willi *and i 
gacli ni do bhi an dan" re pretended all Events deter- 
jtciachd Ic heigin ncamh- mined iy fatal K^c^ty. 
<atthruighte. A a Simion^ 



( i86 ) 

Siomon, an Draoi,' Simon Magus ^ Atuher of 
,Ccann ar Eiriceachd na the Uerefy of the Gnofticksj 
nGnofticeagh, a theaguiig who taught that Mm, how- 
ga fiioradh an deaghthuigfe ever vitious their PraSice 
.paoinc, gc gu biodh ar waSjJhouMbefan)ed by their 
Dhrochghniomh. Knowledge.. 

Nicolaitanigh,. Difcio- NicokutanSj theDifiiples 
buil Nicolais, aon do na of Nicolas y one of the firfi 
fcachd Deachanoimh, do feven Deacons^ who taught 
thcaguifcCoitchennisBhan. the Community of Wives. 

Nafarcnigh, Judigh ag Jews profeffmg Chrijli'- 
aidmhail a Chreidamh anity. 
Chriolduighe. 

Nafaritigh, Daoine ai- NazariteSy akjlemious 
reach, Geanninaidh, nach People who drank no Wine^ 
olfa deochanna miofgam- &c. 
hail, Itfr. 

Selotcs, Sladmhoirc fuil- Zealots , Sicariiy or Mur- 
tcacha, do mheas ( fa derers^ wbo^ under Pretence 
Lcithfgcul an Dlighc) go of the Law^ thought them- 
raibh aite aca ar Mhigh- felves authorifed to commit 
niomharbithdodheanamh any Outrage. 

Pharifinigh,Daoinc fgcar- Phdrifees^ Separatifts^ 
tha o chach, thaoibh a who^ upon Opinion of their 
moiraiheasaranCrabhaidh own Godtinefsy defpifed aU 
fcin, & dimeas ar an uiligh others. 
oile. 

3adduccigh,dofhcunan Saducees^ who denied the 
Eifcirghc o Mharbhuibh, Refurre£lion of the Dead^ 
Aingil & Spioraid- Angels and Spirits. 

Samaritanighjlucht aid- Samaritans^ mongrel Pro- 
mhaii bhrcac-chreidcamh fejfors^ partly Heathen and 
aihifcnighte, cuid ]\Ji6i\i' partly Jews y the Off-fpring 
ighe, cuid Gentllgb, Siol of the Adrians Jent to Sa- 
oaNaflirianichdodiuiradh imria. 
doShamaria, 

. . Eafbuii, 



( i87 ) i 

Easbuil, Tcachdairigh, Apjiles^ Miffionaricsy ir 

do chuiradh o ar Sla- Perfons fent^ they who we^e 

naighthcpra Ic glan pcagafc fent h our Saviour^ from 

ar feadh an Domhain, dp their Numbet^ were called 

\ bbadar 12. the Twelve. 

JElsbuig, na Daoinc a Bifl90p5^ Succejfors of the 
thanig a haithle na Nabf- j4poJlles tn the Government 
dail ag riaghladh & ag '^ the Church. 
' tcagafc na Heaglaife. 

Deacbanna, Oifigigh Deacons^ Officers chofen 
thoghtalcisnaHeasbuilibh, ly the Apqftles to take Ca^e 
do ghabhail Curam na of the Poor. ' ' ^ 
inBochd. 

C/ar na n T'omhas agus na Miafuir ainmnighie 
fa n s Scrioptuir. A Table of Weights and 
Meafures mentioned in Scripure. 

Miofi^r an Choimhfhineadh. Meafures of Application. 

Leud Roinne, an 48 cuid *? A Hair* s Breadth ^ 48 Part 

Doirluigh S of an Inch 

Mcur, beagan, ni is \ A Finger^ fomewhat lefs 

lugha na Ordlach S than an Inch \ 

-i ^ A i> -r ^rs..Au^r.u S-^^^^*^ Breadth J three 
Lcud na Boifc, 3 Ordlaigh ^ ^^^^^^ 

Reife, 9 Ordlaigh . A Span, nine Inches 

Troigh, 12 Qrdlaigh A Footy twel^ Inches 
Cubaid, Lamhchoille, p ' 

no Bannlamh, Troigh S. A Cakty a Foot and an half 

go leath b 

Cubaid naomhtha. Slat An holy Cubits a Tard 

Cubaid an Righ, Troigh 7 ^e King^s Cubit ^ a Foot 

gfgus 9 Oirdlaigh J and nine Inches • 

Slait giolcaidh, 6 Cubaid 7 A Reed^ fix Cubits and an 
, '4gus leud Bois S Handls Breadth ^ - 

^ Cfim 



(■88) 

Mile, looo Coil-cncime A NUle^ tooo Paces 
. Aftar La Sabboide, 600 ? A Sakbatb Dafs. youmiy^ 
Coitccime J 600 Iraces 

Miojuir na Congmhala do Neithibh tirim. Mca- 
fures of Capacity, or of Things that art diy. 

Cab, Seapan Albanach A Kab^ a ^mrt 

Omer, Seapan, agus 7 An Omer^ three Pints and 

Bodach go Icth J an half 

Miofur na Seah, Oalon \ jk n 1 y l /r 
golcth ^ AGalmandan,M' 

Leth Homer,no Lethec, 7 Half Omer or hethec^ feveH 

7 Buifeil agus Scapain J Bufhels and a ^jfart, 

Omer no Cor, 14 Buifeil? An Omer or Cor ^4. Bih 

agus Piond j Jhels one Bottle: 

Miojuir na n Lionradh. ]Vfcafures of Liquids* 

Log, leth Bhodach Al-? ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ 

bannach J &^ j 

jHin, 3 Cairt An Hin^ three Quarts 

Fircin, 9 Piond A Firkin^ nine Pints 

Bat, 2 Ghalon 3 Piond 7 -/f 5^/&, two Galons three 

agus I Seapain S Pints one Chopin. 

Tomhas na nComhchotbrom croichte. Weights 
of Appenfion, or countert oife. 

Cudrum %ceil, ceath- 7 A Shekel^ in JFeigbt Or ^gar- 
ramh an Unfa J ter of an Ounce 

^el no Sanftora, Ic^th? A Shekel of the SanSutfy^ 
U/iJk S ha^an Ounce. 



( i89 ) 

Tallan, 61 Poind A falenij 62 Pounds 

r-' TviT 11 ti • J S^ Mde^s Burden^ 200 

Eire MuiUc, 200 Pumd ^ Jfreight. 

Ckr an AirgiJ. A Table of Money. 
Pios bheag, minutum 7 

teruncmSj attimchu y r 
Phighin Alb. Mite fe ^ ^• 
Bheurla Shafgunnich 

Ge.*. ,8Kgh,„Alb. {^^^'h^;^- 
Mdr Phighin, IWimp J jj„^; ^ p ^^ 

Ciofchan,Secel,Didrach-') A Didrachm^ or Shekel^ one 
ma, 15 Scill Alb. 3 Shilling Three-pence 

Pios Airgrd, Stater, Sc- ^ A Stater^ or Shekel of. the 
eel na Sanftora, leath^ SanSlmrj^ two Shillings 
Unfa, no 30 Scill Alb. >^ Six-pence 

Mor PhiosAirgid, Mina^ ^ j^ ^^ p^ ^^^ 
12 qnfa go l^th noj- pounds two Sbillims Six- 

if ich f ^"^^ 

Tallan, 187 Puint 10 1 ^ talent of y Sihery 187, 
Sceall Sa%utuch J Pounds 10 Shillhigs. 

Cuinne Oire. Gold Coins. 

SecelOir, PiQsaDarion,7 S-^ Shekel of Go^ Piete, 

Darius J (. a Damn 

PramOir, 15 §cill 7 S Darius, or Dracbtt at 

S\ GoUy i^Sm.Sterl 

Fund 




( 19° ) 

PijndOir,7?PuindSha%. A Pound cf Gold, 75 ShiU., 

Tallan CHr, 2250 Puind I KATalent of Gold, 2250 
SMgunich J \ Pounds 

CUr Chinneadh agus Chleamhnuis^ Iton da bhfuil 
po/adby Toirfntjchte edtorra tre Fhocal De & 
Reacbd na Rigbeacbta. A Table of Confan- 
guinity and Affinity, cx)iitaining thofc Degrees 
who, by the Word of God and Laws of the 
Kingdom, are prohibited to be married. 

Ni heidir le Daine iad fo7 ^ ,^ / 
dophofadh • S ^ Man cannot tnamy 

1 A Shean^mhath^ir His Grandmother 

2 Bean Sean-athair j4 Grandfather^ s Wife 

3 Sean-mhathair a Mhni His Wife^s Grandmother 

4 Piur Athair His I'atber^s Sifter 

5 Rur Mathair His'' Mother* s Sifter 

6 3can Bhrathar Athar His Father's Brother's Wife 

7 Bean Bhrathar Mathar His Mother's Brother's Wife 

8 Piur Athar a Mhria His Wife's Father^ s Sifter 

9 Piur Mathar a Mhna His Wife's Mother* s Sifter 

10 Mathair A Mother 

11 Leas Mhathair, no \ His .Father^ s Wife ^ or Step- 
Bean Athair j mother 

1 2 Mathair a Mhna His Wife's Mother 

13 Inghcan His Daughter 

14 Inghean a Mhna A Wife's Daughter 

15 Bean Mic ^ASon'sWife.orDaughter^ 

16 Piur J Sifter 

17 Piur a Mhna A^''^'f'\^'fi"'- "^ 
^ ' L Sifter-tn-Law 

I*- Bean a dhear Bhr^thair Bis Brother-germarf s W^t 

^ 19 Ingi^n 



( 191 ) 

ig Inghcan a Mhic His Son*s Daughter 

20 Inghean Inghin His Daughter's Dat^bter 

21 Bean Mica Mhic His Son^s Son'i mfe 

22 Bean Mic Inghin His Daughter's Son's fP^fe 
2 3 Inghean Mic a Mhna His fVife's Soffs Daughter 
24 Jnghean Inghin a 7 SHis Wife's Daughter's 

Mhna J C Daughter 

,25 Inghean Brathair A Brother's Daughter 

26 Ingheah dheirbh Phiur A Silier-germaffs Daughter 

27 Bean Mic a Bhrathar His Brother's SoffsWife 

28 Bean Mic a dheirbh 7 A Sifter-german^ s Son's 
Phiur; S fVife 

'9 JjS|;^^ B*hax a } A mfe's Br other^s Daughter 

NI heidir le Mnaoi iad7 ^/^^;^;, camot marry 
fo do pholadh J 

1 A Seari-athair tier Grandfather 

2 Fear a Sean-mhathair Her Grandmother's Husband 

3 Sean-athair a Fir Her Husband's Grandfather 

4 Brathair Athar A Father's Brother 

5 Brathair M athar A Mother^ s Brother 

6 Fear Dheirbh-phiur 7 Her Father's Sijler's Huf 

a Athar J hand 

7 Fear a Dheirbh -phiurT. H(?r Mother's Sijier^s Huf 

a Mathair J ^W 

8 Brathair Athair a Fir, {%f^,^f'' ^^'^' 

9 Brathair Mathar » Fir {^'^^2'^'*"'^'' ^'^"'*' 

10 Athaif ^ Ftf/^^r 

»i Oidc, na C£ile a 1 J"^ Step- father or Mo- 
, Mathair J 7. /kr'j Husband 

X 2 Athair a Fir ; fJtr Husbands s Father . 

13 Mac 



\ 



( 192 ) 

15 Mac A Son 

14 Mac a Fir Her Husbands Sm 

15 Fear a Hinghinne . Her Daugbier*s lUtsiottd 

16 Brathair A Brother 

17 Brathair a Fir Her Husbands s Brother 

18 Fear a Dheirbh.phiur ^^r^^^'g^rmates Huji 

19 Mac a Mic /i?r 5(?»V iS^» 

20 Mac a Hinghin -fifer Daughter's Son 

21 Fear Inghin a Mic {^'J^"'' ^'^^^'"*-' ^"^^ 

22 Fear Inghean a 7 S Her Daughter's Daughter's 
Hinghinne St HuslStnd 

2 3 Mac Mic a Fir Her Husband's Son's Son 

24 Mac Inghin a Fir |^^^^^^^^«^*^ ^ 

25 Mac Brathar ^ Brother's Son 

26 Mac Dheirbh- 1 ^ 072 , c 
pheathair / ^ Sffier-german's Son 

27 Fear Inghin a 7 iff^r Brother's Daughter'^ 
Brathar J c Husband 

28 Mac Brathar a Fir j^'^/'"*'''^' '^'■''*"^'. 

29 Mac Dheirbh- 1 i^^*^ Husbands s Sifter- 
pheathair a Fir J . C german^s Son 



.r 



Ainimne agusOrdughadhLfabbairan do Tbiomnag 
k Vibbir na n Caibidlfacb. ' The Names and 
Order of the Books of the Old and New 
Teftament, with the Numbers of the Chapters. 

Ledbhair m Seintionma. ^ Books of the Old Teftament. 

> Caib. 

Ag Leabhar GhcrtefiS i 50 Gen^ bath Cbifters $0 

Exodus 40 J^odus 40 

JLebhiticus 27 Leviticus • 27 



■ 'J 



tJibhreach^ 

Deuttonomi 

ItMTua 
. Brdthealtihuin 

Ruth; 
' t Samuel 

2 Samuel 

1 Riogh 

2 Riogh 

. I Croinice 
2 Cix>inic^ 
Eihi . 
Neheamia 
Eftcr 
Job 

- Pfailiri 

, deanraitd 

Ecdeliaftes 
: Laoidh Sholaiittk 
f^Ifaiah 

Jeremiah 

Triabhuiii 

Eleciel 

Daniel 

Hofea 

Joel 
. Amos 

Obadiah 

Jonah 

Micah 

Nahuni 

Habaccuc 

Sephaniah 

Haggai . 
^ Sechariah 

- ^alachi 



( *9?, ) 

36 Numbers jft 

37 Deuter0imy 3^ 
24 Jojlkua 24 
2 1. Judges 21 

4 ^^. 4 
31 I Samuei 31 

. .24 2 Saniuel 24, 

^4\ i Kings 22 

25: 2- Kings ig 

29 I Cbrmcks' 2^ 

36 2 Gbrmticks ^6 

10 ^y?'^^ 16 

J3 Nebemid ^i 

IQ i^ir^ Id 

42 7^iJ 4i 

150 J^i^/iw^ 156 

31 Prtfoeris Z^ 

12 EccUJtafies - f: 

8 ?Jtf S^ ^/ ^hmii 
66 Ifaiah 
52 Jeremiah 

5 Lameniafions 

48 jS2:^feV/ 
12 jD^;//>/ 
i^ i?^^ 

3 7^^/ 

1 Oiadiai 
4 7«»76 
7 ikSf ^ 
3 Nabunt . 
3 Habakim 
3 Zepbaniah 

2 Haggai 
14 Zecbaridi "" 



4 MalOcJg 



6d 

48 
li 

14 

J' 

9 
i 

4 
1 

'4 

iiedbhrnf 



9. 






( '94 ) 



/IT 



.H 



Books of the. 



Leaffhdir na ^iomna ISfuatdhe. 

New Teflamcnt. 

Caib. Chap* 

Ag Soifgeul Mhatha 28 Mmtbew 28 

Mnarcuis 16 ikferi i6 

Lucais 24 Zi^^ . 24 

Eoin 21 y(?fo^ 21 

Gniomhartba na Neaf- - 

bal 28 "The j£Is 

Epftleacha Ph^l chum The Epiftle to the Ro- 

~ """"*" *" t6 mans 



na Romhanach 

1 Corinthianach 

2 Corinthianach 
Galatianach 
£pbe(ianach 
Bphilippenicach 
CColoflenfeaCh 

1 Ttcflaloniccnfeach 

2 Tteilalonkenfeadlk 

1 Timoteus 

2 Timoteus 
Titus 
Philemon 

Na Neabhruidheach 
Epiftic Shemuis 

1 Epiftle Phcadair 

2 Epiftle Pheadair 

1 Eoin 

2 Eoin 

3 Eoin 

Epiftle Judaic 
Taisbcanadh Eoin 



16 X Corinthians 

i^ 2 Corinthians 

6 Galatians 

6 Ephefians 

4 Philimans 

4 Coloffians 

• 5 I Thejfalonians 

3 2 Tbeffahnians 
6 1 timothy 

4 a ^motbf 
3 Titus 

I Philemon 

1 3 31? /i&^ Hebrews 

$ The EpiJIle of James 

5 I P^/^r 
.32 P^/^r 

5 ^ 7^^» 

I 2 J^i?» 

I 3 >^;r 

22 Revelation 



28 

iff 

iff 

iff 

6 

6 

4 
4 
5 

ff 

4 

3 

7 

ij 

5 

5 

3 

3 
t 

I 

I 
22 



F I N I D. 



FINIS.