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" O'Gibelan, Master of art, one exceeding well learned in the new and old laws, civille and cannon, a cunning and skillfull philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, an eloquent and exact speaker of the speech, which in Irish is called Ogham... "
A Grammar of the Irish Language: Pub. for the Use of the Senior Classes in ... - Page xlvii
by John O'Donovan - 1845 - 459 pages
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1908
...siuill (civil) and canon, a cunning and skilful! philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, and excellent, eloquent and exact . speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham.' We nlso recollect that floating scraps of vocabularies exist containing mysterious words derived by...
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Lectures on Welsh Philology

Sir John Rhys - Welsh language - 1877 - 458 pages
...of Clonmacnoise to the following effect, as translated, in 1627, by Connell Mageoghegan : — •" AD 1328. Morish O'Gibelan, Master of art, one exceeding...was well seen in many other good sciences : he was a canon and singer at Twayme, Olfyn, Aghaconary, Killalye, Enaghdown, and Clonfert ; he was official...
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The Antiquary, Volume 37

Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson - Archaeology - 1901
...Irish scholar who died in 1328, and who, in addition to many other accomplishments, was " an elegant and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called 'Ogham.'" Mr. Alexander Carmichael, known to all lovers of Gaelic lore ever since the publication of Campbell...
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The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

Ireland - 1903
...law, civil and canon, a cunning and skilful philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, and an excellent, eloquent and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham, in sum, one that was well seen in many other good sciences. He was a canon and singer in Tuam, Elphin,...
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Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness, Volume 24

Inverness Gaelic Society - Celts - 1904
...laws, civillo and canon, a cunning and skillful philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, an elegant and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham, and in some [sum], one that was well seen in many other good sciences.' C1 Now, a number of Shelta words,...
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Transactions, Volume 24

Gaelic Society of Inverness - Scottish Gaelic language - 1904
...laws, civille and canon, a cunning and skillful philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, an elegant and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham, and in some [sum], one that was well seen in many other good sciences.' " Now, a number of Shelta words,...
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Transactions, Volume 24

Gaelic Society of Inverness - Scottish Gaelic language - 1904
...laws, civille and canon, a cunning and skillful philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, an elegant and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham, and in «ome [sum], one that was well seen in many other good sciences.' " Now, a number of Shelta words,...
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The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach, Commonly Called O ...

Ireland - 1993 - 530 pages
...translated by Connell Mageoghegan, is curious as throwing some light upon this subject: " AD 1 328 Morish O'Gibelan, master of art, one exceeding well...one that was well seen in many other good sciences. Ho was a cannon and singer at Twaynie, Olfyn, Aghaconary, Killalye, Enaghdown, and Clonfert. He was...
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Celtic Tree Mysteries: Practical Druid Magic & Divination

Stephen Blamires - Body, Mind & Spirit - 2013 - 278 pages
...art, one exceedingly well learned in the new and old ways, civil and cannon, a cunning and skillful philosopher, an excellent poet in Irish, an eloquent...Ogham, and one that was well seen in many other good sciences.13 Finally, we can say the original Ogham, which has always been linked to the champion Oghma,...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 20

John Telford, Benjamin Aquila Barber - 1863
...exceeding well learned in the new and old laws, civil and canon, a cunifiug and skilful philosopher, and excellent poet in Irish, an eloquent and exact speaker of the speech which in Irish is called Ogham.' All this is only so much evidence in favour of Dr. Ledwich's opinion, that ' the Northerns wrote their...
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