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cleamhnas = by marriage / arranged marriage

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cliamhain = (son) in law


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fonnadóir = singer

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pisreoga(í) = superstitions

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leibide = careless person; softy; fool

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fuil = blood
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ag cur fola = bleeding

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Jul 2012 2:16 am 
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sionnach = fox

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mad(r)a rua = fox

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cogar = whisper


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béal = mouth

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adharc = horn

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amharc = sight
standard spelling but Conamara pronunciation :)

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