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Irish glossary from TCD 1337, pp. 623-628

  • Irish
  • Irish glossaries, Glossary
Medieval Irish glossary in TCD 1337, pp. 623-628. Many of the entries are known from other works and learned compilations, such as Sanas Cormaic.
Title
No title seems to be in general use, but the compilation is edited by A. I. Pearson under the somewhat generic title ‘A medieval glossary’.
Manuscripts
Language
  • Irish

Classification

Irish glossaries
 Glossary

Sources

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[ed.] Pearson, A. I., “A medieval glossary”, Ériu 13 (1942): 61–83.
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Dennis Groenewegen
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