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GAathléasóirfir3
gu athléasóra, iol athléasóirí
athmháistirfir4
gu athmháistir, iol athmháistrí
tiarnafir4 beag gnáthúsáid/common usage
aibhéardaífir4 in úsáid/in use
gu aibhéardaí, iol aibhéardaithe
(eachtrannach, gan stádas dlíthiúil dá chuid féin aige)
('grey dog', exile from overseas)
SGAcús glas
GAdearbhfhinebain4
gu dearbhfhine, iol dearbhfhinte
SGAderbfines
Family group of four generations comprising one person, ie. the grandfather of the individual, and his father, his brothers, their children, his paternal uncles, and their children and grandchildren.
GAfionaílbain3
gu fionaíola
SGAfingals
Often translated as 'fratricide' or 'parricide', but is wider in meaning to include wounding or slaying of any relative.
GAfionaíolachfir1
gu fionaíolaigh, ai fionaíolaigh, gi fionaíolach
(Sean-Ghaeilge)
(Old Irish)
GAfrith-chríochdheighiltí fir4
gu frith-chríochdheighiltí, iol frith-chríochdheighiltithe
GAgealltóirfir3
gu gealltóra, iol gealltóirí
(of business venture)
SGAdíbads
Inheritable property of a deceased person, according to Brehon Law.
GAmeirdreachbain2
gu meirdrí, ai meirdreacha, gi meirdreach
striapachbain2
gu striapaí, ai striapacha, gi striapach
(bean choiteann nó scaoilte)
(prostitute, loose woman)
(nuair is í an fhine seachas an duine an t-aonad)
(meaning society in which the family, not the individual, is the unit)
GAmurchoirthefir4
gu murchoirthe, iol murchoirthí
One come form overseas; a foreigner, often distinguished from a deoraid (who has been exiled).
GAóglachfir1
gu óglaigh, ai óglaigh, gi óglach
A spouse, according to Brehon Law, but a term which most usually denoted the chief wife; wife of highest legal standing.
GAriailbain5 dhíreach in úsáid TÉ/in use NI
(tuaisceart Éireann faoi riail Westminster)
ENdirect rules in úsáid TÉ/in use NI
(Northern Ireland under rule of Westminster)
A technical term for the hereditary serf or villain who holds a parcel of land in return for uncertain services and is adscriptous glebae, passing as an appurtenance should the land be alienated.
SGAfuidirs
A 'tenant at will' is settled by the lord (flaith) on a portion of the latter's land; his services to the lord are always undefined. Although his condition is semi-sevile, he retains the right to abandon his holding on giving due notice to the lord and surrendering to him two thirds of the produces husbandry.