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Celtica — Journal of the School of Celtic Studies - Vol. 21 (Essays in honour of Brian Ó Cuív)

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ed. Pádraig de Brún and Máirtín Ó Murchú, assisted by Colin Ireland
Published: 1990
Format: pbk
Pages: x + 678
Reference: C.1.21
ISBN: 1 85500 139 X

Contents

  • Preface
    p. v
  • Two notes on Audacht Morainn
    Anders Ahlqvist
    pp. 1–2
  • A Scottish grammatical tract, c.1640
    Ronald Black
    pp. 3–16
  • Synge's Old Maurya and Old Irish imbas forosnai
    Birgit Bramsbäck
    pp. 17–27
  • An appeal for a guarantor
    Pádraig A. Breatnach
    pp. 28–37
  • Bunús an fhocail fresabra
    R. A. Breatnach
    pp. 38–39
  • Iduma (Idouma)
    Aidan Breen
    pp. 40–50
  • Fin as Oshin
    George Broderick
    pp. 51–60
  • Song and recitation in early Ireland
    Alan Bruford
    pp. 61–74
  • An Irish text on the `War of Jenkins' Ear'
    Cornelius G. Buttimer
    pp. 75–98
  • A note on the classification of some Old Irish verbs
    Enrico Campanile
    pp. 99–103
  • The ancestry of Fénius Farsaid
    John Carey
    pp. 104–112
  • Some observations on the versification of the rhymeless `Leinster poems'
    Johan Corthals
    pp. 113–125
  • Roinnt lusainmneacha as Foclóir an Phluincéadaigh
    Tomás de Bhaldraithe
    pp. 126–145
  • Two troublesome abbots
    David N. Dumville
    pp. 146–152
  • The deictic pronomial *kéy in Celtic
    Joseph F. Eska
    pp. 153–155
  • A death-bed poem ascribed to Muireadhach Albanach
    William Gillies
    pp. 156–172
  • Two etymologies
    Eric P. Hamp
    1. áu `away'
    2. `(any)thing'

    pp. 173–177

  • Retrieving the pronunciation of early Insular Celtic scribes: towards a methodology
    Anthony Harvey
    pp. 178–190
  • Verba Scáthaige
    P. L. Henry
    pp. 191–207
  • Carpet pages and Chi-rhos: some depictions in Irish early Christian manuscripts and stone carvings
    Michael Herity
    pp. 208–222
  • The stress system of the Hiberno-Latin hendecasyllable
    Michael W. Herren
    pp. 223–230
  • A note on Old Irish círmaire
    Fergus Kelly
    pp. 231–233
  • Old Irish gláoshnáthe `linea, norma'
    Pierre-Yves Lambert
    pp. 234–239
  • A new Hiberno-Latin hymn on St Martin
    Michael Lapidge
    pp. 240–251
  • A note on a difficult passage in Bretha Déin Chécht
    Fredrik Otto Lindeman
    p. 252
  • The prepositional relative in Irish
    Proinsias Mac Cana and Dónall Ó Baoill
    pp. 253–264
  • Historically-long stressed vowels in a south-east Ulster text
    Malachy McKenna
    pp. 265–272
  • On the semantics of Irish words derived from IE *guher- `hot'
    Liam Mac Mathúna
    pp. 273–290
  • The Irish affiliations of the Catechesis Celtica
    Martin McNamara, MSC
    pp. 291–334
  • The death of Diarmaid in Scottish and Irish tradition
    Donald E. Meek
    pp. 335–361
  • Further speculation on marginal .r.
    Daniel Frederick Melia
    pp. 362–365
  • The herons of Druim Ceat revisiting, and revisited
    Joseph Falaky Nagy
    pp. 368–376
  • Person-shifting in Gaelic verse
    Colm Ó Baoill
    pp. 377–392
  • Lia Fáil: fact and fiction in the tradition
    Tomás Ó Broin
    pp. 393–401
  • Cúlra is tábhacht an dáin A leabhráin ainmnighthear d'Aodh
    Breandán Ó Buachalla
    pp. 402–416
  • A reading in the Cambrai Homily
    Próinséas Ní Chatháin
    p. 417
  • On the Early-Irish prepositional relative without antecedent
    Tomás Ó Cathasaigh
    pp. 418–426
  • Echtrae Nerai and its analogues
    Seán Ó Coileáin
    pp. 427–440
  • The textual tradition of Compert Con Culainn
    Tomás Ó Concheanainn
    pp. 441–455
  • Cead pleanála á lorg ag file
    Dáibhí Ó Cróinín
    pp. 456–460
  • Focail i saothar Dháibhidh Uí Bhruadair
    Cáit Ní Dhomhnaill
    pp. 461–464
  • Scéal Soiscéil
    Pádraig Ó Fiannachta
    pp. 465–469
  • The Pater noster in Irish: the pre-Reformation period
    Cathal Ó Háinle
    pp. 470–488
  • Beatha Eustasius agus Beatha Mhuire Éigiptí
    Diarmuid Ó Laoghaire, SJ
    pp. 489–522
  • Ilfhás ar ainm clúiteach (Cnogba > Knowth, Craud, Ballinacrad, Crewbane)
    Art Ó Maolfabhail
    pp. 523–532
  • A page from Mac Fhir Bhisigh's `Genealogies'
    Nollaig Ó Muraíle
    pp. 533–560
  • A misunderstood annal: a hitherto unnoticed cáin
    Pádraig Ó Riain
    pp. 561–566
  • Gairmeacha beatha roinnt scríobhaithe ón 18ú agus ón 19ú céad
    Nessa Ní Shéaghdha
    pp. 567–575
  • Hiberno-English: empirical model of a phonemic substratum
    Herbert Pilch
    pp. 576–587
  • The list of sureties in Cáin Éimíne
    Erich Poppe
    pp. 588–592
  • On the prehistory of aspect and tense in Old Irish
    Karl Horst Schmidt
    pp. 593–603
  • Maghnus Ó Domhnaill's source for Adomnán's Vita S. Columbae and other uitae
    Richard Sharpe
    pp. 604–607
  • Images of warfare in bardic poetry
    Katharine Simms
    pp. 608–619
  • Cú Chulainn in Wales: Welsh sources for Irish onomastics
    Patrick Sims-Williams
    pp. 620–633
  • Prepositional pronouns in a transitional dialect
    Nancy Stenson
    pp. 634–641
  • Topographia Hiberniae
    James Stewart
    pp. 642–657
  • More talk of Alexander
    Hildegard L. C. Tristram
    pp. 658–663
  • On the development of the group -rt in Scottish Gaelic
    Seosamh Watson
    pp. 664–669
  • Wysg (river-name), wysg, hwysgynt, rhwysg
    J. E. Caerwyn Williams
    pp. 670–678

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