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Thesaurus Palaeohibernicus, Volume II  (1903) 
Whitley Stokes and John Strachan, eds.
Index of Persons

[ 379 ]II. INDEX OF PERSONS.

Aaron, i. 471, 496, 567; ii. xxii, 301
Abdinago, ii. 303
Abel II., 300; Abial, i. 505
Abimelech, i. 164
Abisolon, i, 38, 39, 44, 125, 130, 293
Abraani, i. 71 ; Abracham, i. 434, 506, 623, 624,
625, 627, 712; Abarcham, i. 623; Abraham, i.
496; II. 300; Abram, i. 67; ii. 302; Abrache,
gen. sg., I. 520, 625; ii. 248
Accius, II. 141
Achab, II. 304
Achitophel, i. 3; Achitofel, i. 38, 39; Agitofel,
I. 44
Acrisione, n. 85
Adam, i. 485, 496, 509, 514, 588; gen. Adim, 588;
dat. Adam, 589, 633 ; ii. 300; ace. Adam, i. 613
Adamnan,H. xxxi, xxxii, xxxvii, 24, 46, 306 ; Adom-
nan, ii. 272, 277, 283; his prayer, ii. 195 n.
Adrocht f. Talain, ii. 266; later Adracht
Aed, II. X, xxxiv, 270, 286; voc. Aido, ii. 271;
gen. Aido, ii, 274, 278; Aldus, abl. ii. 271
Aed of Slebte, ii. xiv, 242
Aed m. Ainmerech, ii. 323
Aed m. Bricc, ii. 415
Aed m. Diarmata, ii. 295; m. Dermato, n.
xxxiii n.
Aed Slane, ii. 298; Aidus Slane, ii. 274
Aedan, gen. Aedain, ii. 288; v. Aidan
Aelfric, ii. 43
Aemilius, n. 83, 87
Aeneas, ii. 83, 98, 121, 125
Aetemus, ii. 262
Aethnea, ii. 272
Aganon, ii. xxxiv
Aidan, ii. 258, 279, 282; Aidanus, u. 272, 273,
281
Aidan ra. Fergnoi, ii. 275
Aido Draigniche gen. sg., ii. 272
Aigide, ii. 287
Ailbe, II. 284, 297, 364; Ailbeus, ii. 262, 265
Ailene, ii. 272, 276
Ailill m. Cathbad, ii. 365; gen. Ailello, ii. 263,
265, 286
Ailill m. Dunlinge, ii. 327; Elill, ii. 335; A.
m. Dunlaing, ii. 341
Ainmorius f. Setni, ii. 273
Ainmure, gen. Ainmureg, ii. 279; Ainmurech,
II. 277
Albericus, n. xxvi n.
Alexander, i. 680
Al-Hariri, ii. xxx
Alither ii. 273
Alti, gen. sg., ii. 280
Amathus, ii. 304
Amatorex, ii. 313
Ambaucu, i. 623
Ambrois, ii. 314
Ambrosius, ii. xxiii
Amirgen, ii. 262; Amargen, ii. 316
Ammon i. 51
Amolngid, gen. sg., ii. 263, 264, 267
Anchises, ii. 84
Anfolmithe, ii. 238
Angelbert, ii. xxxiv
Anicius, ii. 262
Annanias, ii. 303
Anselm, i. 605
Antias, ii. 119
Antichrist, i, 663, 665, 666
Antipater, ii. 304
Apollo, n. 83, 235
Apollonius, II. 49, 165
Aquil, I. 54
Aquille, gen., i, 541
Aran, i. 51; ii. 302; Aram, ii. 302
Arathas (Aretas), i. 615
Argus, II. 137
Aridi, gen. sg., ii. 280
Aristobulus, i. 541
Aristophanes, i. 599
Aristotle, ii. 87
Aron, I. 471
Arphanaz, ii. 303
Artbranan, ii, 272, 275
Arthri, ii. 286
Artur, II. 273

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Asacus, 11. 262; Assicus, Asicus, ii. 265
Ascoli, Prof., I. 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19,
20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 33, 35, 36, 37,
39, 40, 43, 47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 65, 68, 70, 71, 72, 75, 77,
79, 80, 81, 84, 85, 87, 89, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, 99,
100, 101, 102, 104, 105, 107, 108, 112, 117, 119,
121, 122, 125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 135, 141,
143, 144, 145, 148, 150, 151, 155, 157, 160, 161,
163, 165, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 173, 174,
175, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 184, 185,
186, 189, 190, 191, 192, 196, 198, 199, 200,
201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 209, 210, 212, 214,
217, 221, 222, 224, 225, 231, 233, 234, 235,
237, 239, 240, 243, 245, 247, 248, 249, 250,
251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 260,
261, 262, 264, 267, 272, 273, 274, 275, 277,
278, 279, 280, 282, 283, 285, 286, 287, 289,
290, 292, 294, 295, 297, 298, 299, 300, 306,
309, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 318, 319,
321, 324, 326, 327, 328, 329, 332, 334, 339,
340, 341, 345, 346, 347, 351, 352, 358, 360,
369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 376, 377, 381, 383,
385, 386, 387, 389, 390, 393, 400, 402, 403,
405, 407, 410, 418, 419, 420, 421, 423, 424,
426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 432, 434, 435, 438,
439, 441, 442, 447, 451, 452, 454, 458, 459,
460, 469, 470, 472, 477, 480, 481, 482, 519,
520, 522, 700, 716, 718, 719, 720, 721, 722,
723, II. viii, xl, 52, 53, 59, 60, 64, 68, 83, 84,
87, 88, 89, 108, 113, 117, 119, 120, 136, 144,
157, 167, 182, 208, 219, 415, 416, 419
Atkinson, Prof., i. 127,538, 629; ii. xxxv, xxxvi,
xxxviii, xxxix, xl, 301, 343
Augustin, II. 241
Augustinus, i. 681; ii. 21, 26, 284, 302, 415;
Glosses on his Soliloqnia, ii. 1 — 9 ; Enarra-
tiones in psalmos, ii. 21 ; De Trinitate, ii. xii
Auxilius, II. 262, 269
Azarias, ii. 303

Badb, 11. 233 n.
Bachal, i. 526
Bairche, ii. 315
Baitan, ii. 270, 274, 278; Baitanus, ii. 272
Baithene, ii. 274, 275, 278; Baithine, ii. 279, 281,
283; Baitheneus, ii. 273, 280, 282
Bannister, Eev. H. M., ii. xxix, 419
Barabas, i. 492
Barnaip, i. 563, 620
Beda, ii. x, xxiii, xxv, 148, 312 ; de rerum natura,
II. 10 — 13 ; de temp, ratione, ii. 14 ; Hist.
Eccl. II. 330
Belzefuth, i. 523
Benedictus, abb., ii, 283
Beniamin, ii. 248
Benignus, ii. 238, 262, 265, 266
Benineus, ii. 260
Beognae, ii. 273; Beogno, ii. 282; gen. Beogni,
II. 278
Berach, ii. 274, 282, 365
Berchan, ii. 280
Berecynthia, ii. 125
Bernard, Dean, ii. xxxiv, xxxvi, xl, 296
Bernicius, ii. 262
BUe, m. Breguin, ii. 316
Binean, Bineanus, ii. 271
Bitheus, ii. 262 ; Betheus, ii. 265 ; Bitteus, ii. 265
Blai, gen. sg., ii. 280
Blaithmac, ii. 298
Blathnat, ii. 334
Boetius, II. xxiii, 110
Boidmal, gen. , Boidmail, ii. 264
Bosworth-ToUer, ii. 34
Bradshaw, H. ii. 269
Bran, ii. 281, 287
Bran ailither, ii. 286
Brandub, ii. 281
Br^al, Prof., i. 722
Brecan, (leg. Breccan), ii. 273; lat. gen. Brecani,
11. 286
Breccan m. Aido, ii. 364
Bregan, ii. 307
Brenaind, ii. 335 ; Brenainn, ii. xxxviii, 324
Brenden, ii. 277, 279, 281, 284; Brenden Mocu
Alti, II. 275; latinised Brendinus, ii. 324,
gen. Brendini, ii. 280, 283
Bresal, ii. 281, 287; Bressialus, ii. 262
Brethan, ii. 239
Brig, II. 365
Brigit, II. 235, 283, 284, 295 n., 306, 323, 324,
325 ; latinised Brigita, ii. xxi, xxii ; gen. sg.
Brigtae, ii. xxi, 264; Brigdae, i. 337; ace.
Brigtse, ii. 336
Britti, gen. sg., ii. 308
Brocan, ii. 263; Broccan, ii. xxxix, 270, 365;
B. cl6en, ii. xxxix, 323, 327
Broccaid, ii. 45, latinised Broccidius, ii. 270;
Brocidius, 262, 266, 271
Broichan, ii. xxxi, 279
Broicsech, ii. 325
Bron, lat. Bronus, ii. 262, 265, 266; Broonus, ii.
268
Bronach, ii. 266
Broscus, II. 262; Bruscus, ii. 264
Brotar, dat. Brotur, ii. 287
Bruide, ii. 279
Burton, Sir E. F., ii. xl, 247

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Bury, Prof., il 262, 420, misreads Lib. Arm.
12" 2, 11. 266 n.

Cae, II. 365
Caeta sive Cata, n. 267
CaetiacuB, ii. 262
Cai gen. sg., ii. xx
Caichan, ii. 238
Cailtan, ii. 272, 275
C&imin, psalter of, i. xiv
Cain, I. 496
Cainnech, ii. 277, 278, 284; gen. Cainnich, ii.
271, 283
Cairnaan, ii. 281
Caitne, gen. sg. Caitni, n. 268
Caleph, I. 708; Calef, i. 4
Calgach, ii. 272; gen. Calchaich (rectius Cal-
gaich), II. 281
Calmaan, ii. 281
Calpurn, ii. 308, 309, 320
Calvus Patricii = Mail Patrie, ii. xx
Calypso, II. 136
Camau, ii. 282
Camulacus, ii. 262, 264
Cancen, ii. 262
Caplit, n. 265, 266
Cartenus, ii. 262
Carthach, n. 365 ; lat. gen. Carthaci, n. 263
Carthegi voc, ii. 284
Cas, gen. Cais, n. 267
Cascene, ii. 281
Cased, ii. 302
Cassan, ii. 262, 264, 266
Cassianus, n. xxiii, 95, 150
Castor, II. 129
Catan, ii. 262
Cathacheus, ii. 263
Cathair M6r, ii. 307
Cathalan, n. 287
Cathasacb, n. 235
Cathbad gen., ii. 240, 365; Cathboth, ii. 240
Cathir, gen. sg., ii. 274
Cathlaid, n. 270
Cathurus, ii. 263
Catideus, ii. 262
Catnea, ii. 263
Catneus, n. 263
Cat6cc, II. 241
Cato, II. 140
Catullus, n. 59
CatuluB (Catuldn), ii. 100
Catus, 11. 262
Cecrops, n. 83
Cein, gen. sg., ii. 281
Celestinus, ii. 308, 312, 313
Cellach, ii. 277
Cellachdn, ii. 365
Celsus, II. 117
Cennanus, ii. 262
Cennfindan, ii. 364
Censorinus, ii. 222
Ceran, n. xxxii, 263, 266, 273
Cerbulis, gen. sg., ii. 275; Cerbaill, ii. 345
Ceres, ii. 113
Ceretic, ii. 271
Ceriani, Monsignore, i. xv
Cerpan, ii. 263; Cirpanus, ii. 269
Cerrigi, gen. sg., ii. 266
Cessair, gen. sg., i. 653
Cetgen, ii, 265, 364
Cetherni, gen. sg., ii. 276
Cethiacus, ii. 262, 266; Cethacus, ii. 268;
Cethecus, ii. 266
Cham (Cam?), i. 336
Chenery, T., ii. xl
Chirine, i. 466 ; gen. Chirini, i. 352, 423 ; Cirini,
I. 430
Christ, headship of, i. 531 ; hymn to, ii. xxxvii ;
mothers of, ii. 342. See Crist
Chroust, Prof., i. xii, xxv, 665, 667, 673, 674,
675, 684, 706, 707, 710, 725, 726, 727
Ciannan, ii. 310, 311; C. Daimliac, ii. 283
Ciaran, ii. 283, 284; gen, Ciarain, ii. 283
Cicero, ii. 8 ; the grammarian, ii. xxiii, 141, 142,
152, 231
Cilian, ii. x, 283
Cinnenae, gen. sg., ii. 264, Cinnenum, ii. 309
Cipia, II. 205
Cirine, i. 256; gen. sg., i. 352
Clemens Scotus, ii. 52
Cluasacb, ii. 298
Cobthach, ii. xxii, 281, 287; C. c6el, ii. 340
Coemgen, ii. 283, 284, 331, 332
Cogitosus, II. xxxix, 334, 337
Coilboth m. Ferguso, ii. 364
Coiliud, II. 267; (leg. Culaid?)
Coimman, ii. 263; Coiman, n, 266; Coiraan, ii.
365
Coirbre, i. 233, 318; ii. 365; Coirbbre, ii. xxi ;
dat. Corbriu, ii. 287
Coirpre, ii. 239
Coirpre Nia-fer, gen. Coirpri Nioth-fer, ii. 267
Coirpriticus, ii. 263
Coirtheeh, ii. 271
Colcen, gen., ii. 272 ; Colgen, ii. 276, 288 ;
Colgion, II. 275
Colcius, II. 275; Aido Draigniche, ii. 274; Colcio,
dat., n. 272

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Colgan, II. XXXV
Colgu, II. 277 ; Colggu, ii. 235 ; mac CoUaich, n.
280
Coll, gen. Cuill, ii. 364
CoUan, II. 286
Colman, ii. xxxvi, 287
Colman Alo, ii. 269, 283
Colman bocht, ii. 286
Colman canis, ii. 276
Colman epscop., ii. 271, 272, 273
Colman lector of Cork, ii. xxxvi
Colman na mBretan, ii. 240
Colman mac hui Cluasaig, ii. 298, 299
Colombcille, ii. xxxi, xxxviii, 258, 265, 269, 289,
305, 306, 323, 416
Colpde, II. 259
Colptha, 11. 316
Colum mac Gr..., ii. 288
Columb Coilrigin, ii. 289
Columb Crag, ii. 272, 273; Columbus, ii. 277
Columban, i. xv; ii. 278, 287
Columban m. Beognai, ii. 273
Columm Crag, ii. 272
Comgan, ii. xxxiv, 235, 287
Comgell, II. xxxi, 276, 284 ; Comgill, ii. 280, 282
Comgella, ii. 266
Comman, ii. 280
Comminian, ii. 139
Comocan, ii. 288
Conall, II. 267, 268, 270; C. epscop,, n. 277; Lat.
gen. Conallis, ii. 278
Conall Cernach, ii. 52
Conall m. Comgill, ii. 273; m. Neill, ii. 269
Conan, ii. 267, 365
Concess, ii. 309
Conchad, ii. 242
Conderc, ii. 239
Conin, ii. 281
Conindri, ii. 260
Conlae, ii. 364; maicc Conli, ii. 365
Conlaed, ii. 346, 347; gen. Conlaid, ii. 267, 271
Conleug, II. 265; Conlang, ii. 262
Conn, dat. Cunn, ii. 287
Connan, ii. 262
Conrii, ii. 281
Consentius, i. 588; ii. 184
Constantine, ii. 420
Coonu, II. 266; later C6ana
Cooper, C. P., ii. xxvi
Corbriu, see Coirbre
Cormac, ii. 235, 249, 252, 287
Cormac m. CuUinain, ii. 112, 417, 418, 420
Cormac ua Lethain, ii. 272, 273, 279
Cormacan, ii. 287
Cornelius, ii. 82
Coroticus, II. 271
Cothirbi, gen., ii. 264
Cothirthiacus, ii, 262
Cothraige, Codrige, ii. 241, 309; Ail Coithrigi,
II. 264
Craseni, gen., ii. 272, 273
Crebriu, ii. 313
Cremthand, ii. 306
Crimthan m. Endi, ii. 240, 241; Crimthann, ii.
242
Crist, I. 4, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 125, 126, 133,
220, 221, 290, 318, 435, 485, 562, 622, 627,
645, 672, 673, 674, 676; ii. 248, 351, 353, 357,
358, 359. See Christ
Critan, ii. 282
Cronan, ii. xxxi, 272, 276, 278, 282
Cronan m. Feradig, ii. 270
Cronan m. Lugsedon, ii. 256
Crowe, II. xl
Cruithnechan, ii. 279
Cruth, II. 263
Cii-huidir, gen. Con-huidir, it. 286
Cuimne, ii. 281
Cuindless, ii. 286
Culene, ii. 262
Cumenen, ii. 282
Cummascach, ii. 286
Cummen, ii. 239
Cummdne, ii. 270, 279
Cu-mursce, dat. Coin-mursce, ii. 287

Daall, II. 239
Daigre, gen., ii., 262; gen. Dagri, ii. 263
Daimene, gen., ii. 262; gen. Daimeni, ii. 277
Daire, gen. Dairi, ii. 260, 271 ; law of Dare, ii.
306
Daire Barrach, ii. 307
Dairenne, ii. 269
Dalila, i. 492
Dallbronach, ii. 325; gen, Dallbronig, ii. 264
Dalon, gen., ii. 280
Danae, ii. 85
Daniel, ii. 244, 303, 364; dat, Daingil, ii. 287
d'Arbois de Jubainville, i, xxiii ; ii. xii, xxxii, 415
Darerca, ii. 309
Dau mac Briiiin, ii. 365
Dauid, I. 3; ii. 301, 303; Duid, i. 369. See
Duaid
Declan, ii, 297
Degen, ii, 287
Delbaid, gen., ii, 287
Derclaid (leg. Derclam?), ii. 267
Dermit, ii. 273, 274

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Dermait ua Tigem&in, n. xxxvii, 305
Devil (diahul), i. 638, fi41, 648, 665, 682; ii. 29,
294, 316, 317; demun, r. 607, 663; ii. 7,
gen. Demuin, i. 380
De Vries, Dr, ii. vii, xxiv
Diabulus, i. 647
Diancecht, ii. 249
Dianchride, ii. 257, 416
Diarmait, i. xv; ii. 241; v. Dermait, Diormitius
Diarmait m. Aedo Slane, n. 298
Diarmait m. Delbaid, ii. 287
Dichu, dat., ace. Dichoin, ii. 259; geu. Dichon,
II. 261
Dicul, dat., ii. 287
Dimmae m. Nathi, n. xxix, 257
Dionysius Thrax, ii. xxiii, 68
Diormitius, ii. xxii, 275, 278, 281
Diuni, gen., ii. 275
Doath, gen., ii. 271
Dobran Dub, ii. 287
Doec, I. 244
Doirine, u. 365
Domingart, ii. 273
Domnall, 262 ; geu. Domnail, ii. 279 ; lat. gen.,
Domnallis, ii. 278; D. Aidi f., ii. 277
Domnall Brecc, ii. 279
Domnall m. Erce, ii. 273
Donatus, u. xxv
Donn, 11. 316
Donnacanus, ii. 10
Donngus, Dongus, n. xxi, xxii, xxxiv
Doraid, dat., ii. 287
Dorbbune, n. xxxi, 280
Dorthim, gen., ii. 270
Driver, Canon, i. xv
Druidi, gen., ii. 276
Duaid, I. 464, 465, 481
Dub-aed, ii. 365
Duban, ii. 365
Dub-inse, n. 286
Dub-liter, n. 287
Dubthach, n. xxxiv, 235, 260, 289, 336, 365; maccu
Lugir, II. 241, 271, 307 ; maccu Lugil, n. 260
Ducange, i. 459, 565, 722 ; ii. 10, 90, 123, 137,
241
Duid, I. 369, see Dauid
Dunchad, ri. 287
Dungal, n. 235
Dangalach, ii. 365
Dunling, n. 240; gen. Dunlinge, ii. 263
Duvau, L., II. vii, xvii
Dziobek, ii. xii

Ebel, I. xii, 85, 467, 612, 689, 691
Eber, ii. 316
Eckkart, i. xxiii
Echach, gen., ii. 263
Echodius Buide, ii. 273; E. filias Domnail, ii.
274
Echodius Find (Fint), n. 273
Echodius Laib, n. 273
Echoid, II. 281; Echudi, gen., ii. 279
Echredd, ii. 259
Effraim, i. 338, 342, 343
Eithne, ii. 281
^ladach, n. 240
Elcanna, ii. 303
Eldefonsus, ii. 254, 255
Eleseus, i. 493
Elill m. Dunlaing, n. 335; v. Ailill
Eman, i. 363
Emchat, ii. 280
En&n, 11. 281, 364
Endae Cennsalach, ii. 240
fende, n. 267, 268; lat. Endeus, ii. 263, 264; gen,
Endei, ii. 281
Enoc, I. 505 ; ii. 300 ; Enoch, i. 496
Eogan i Fid Mor, ii. 364
Eoin, gen., n. 327
Epaphus, II. 83
Ere, II. 272, 365
Ercc m. Dego, ii. 259; gen. Eire, ii. 271
Erchanbertus, ii. xxv
Erclach, ii. 364
Ercleng, ii. 265; Erclang, ii. 262
Erimon, ii. 316 ; gen. Er[e]moin, ii. 314
Ernaan, ii. 281; Ernan, ii. 273, 274
Ernasc, ii. 271
Ernene, ii. 239, 272, 280; E. m. Craseni, ii. 273
Ernin, ii. 239
Erodes, see Herodes
Eseminus, ii. 269
Essau, I. 51
Essu, I. 212, 496; Esu, ii. 320
Esu Naue, i. 4
Ethne, ii. 264, 265; Eithne, ii. 281
Etich, dat., ii. 287; gen., ii. 288
Eua, I. 613
Eugenius, ii. 263
Euripides, n. xix, 83, cited, ii. 298
Euseph, I. 283
Eutychius, glosses on, ii. 42
Ezechiel, i. 316; ii. xxiv

Fachtne, ii. 272, 275, 284
Fail4n m. Sar4in, ii. 270
Failarti, gen., ii. 267
Failbe, ii. 272, 273

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Failgnad, m. Fdilain, ii. 270
Falert, ii. 262
Farao, i. 417 ; ii. 316; Faron, i. 5 ; gen. Foran, 316
Farrar, Dean, i. 511 n.
Fatosus (Toicthech), u. xvii
Feachna, dat. Fechno, ii. 272, 275
Feccol Ferchertni, gen., ii. 259
Fecc, II. 262; later Fiacc
Fechach, gen., ii. 264; later Fiachach
Fechin Fabair, ii. 298
Fechno, ii. 281
Fechrach, gen., ii. 263; Fechureg, ii. 274;
Fechreg, ii. 280
Fechtnach, n. 287
Fedelm, ii. 264, 265, 365
Fedelmid, ii. 241, 270; Fedilmith, ii. 272; Fedel-
mith, II. 281; gen, Feidilmedo, ii. 269; Fe-
deilmtheo, Fedelmedo, Fedelmtheo, ii. 270
Feec, gen. sg., ii. 259, 260; Feicc, ii. 263
Fdlart, II. 265, 266
Fenius Farsaid, ii. 316, 317
F^radacli, ii. 261, 278; m. Ferguso, ii. 270
Ferchomus, ii. 286
Ferdomnach, ii. xiii, 286
Fergnous, abl., ii. 280; gen. Fergnoi, ii. 275
Fergus, ii. xxxiv, 235, 286 ; latinised Fergussus,
11. 268; gen. Ferguso, ii. xx, 272, 281
Fergus, m. Eogin, ii. 364
Fergus m. Fedelmtheo, ii. 270
Fergus Mor, ii. 364
Ferini, gen., ii. 308
Festus, I. 605
Fiac, II. 344; v. Feec
Fiacc Find, ii. 241, 242; Feccus Albus, ii, 269;
Fiacc S16ibte, ii. xxxvii, xxxviii, 307
Fiechrach, gen., ii. 271; (later Fiachrach), dat.
Fiachraich, ii. 286
Finan, ii. 277
Findan, ii. 258, 287
Findbarr, ii. 272, 277, 284
Findchan, ii. 275, 276
Findlugan, ii. 278
Finguine, ii. xxi
Finnachtu, dat., ii. 287
Finnio, ii. 284; lat. ace. Finnionem, ii. 279
Fintan, ii. xxix, xxx, xxxi, 262, 422
Finten, ii. 272, 273, 278
Fintenan, ii. 282
Fircetea, gen., ii. 281
Fisalogus (for Philologus), i. 541, 28
Fith Fio, II. 238, 239 ; epscop Fith, ii. 45, 238,
240
Flaithbertacb, ii. 287
Fland Feblae, ii. 242
Fland m. Mailsechnaill, ii. 289
Flannchad, ii. 287
Flithais, ii. 249
Foirtchernn, ii. 270, 422, gen. Foirtgirni, ii. 276
Foraind, gen., ii. 316
Forat, gen. sg., ii. 365
Forcus f. Maic Erce, ii. 273
Forfailid m. Failgnaith, ii. 270
Fotid, II. 309
Foto m. Forat, ii. 365
Froech gen. Fruich, ii. xv, note 4
Fuirg, II. 365

Gabran, ii. 278
Gaidoz, Prof. H., ii. xii, xxxvi
Gall, II. 283
Gallan, ii. 272, 275
Gamalial, i. 549
Gartne, ii. 365
Gas mace Airt, ii. 365
Gaudentius, ii. xxiii
Geintene, ii. 364
Gelasius, Pope, ii. xxvii
Gemman, ii. 278
Gengen, ii. 263
Germanus, ii. 240, 283, 308, 311 ; Germanius,
311
Giallan, ii. 235
Gilbert, Sir J., ii. 415
Giles, Dr P. ii. viii, 38
Gilla Ciarain, ii. xxxii, 287
Glas, gen. Glais, ii. 267
Glasderc, n. 274
Glerand, ii. 313
Gligerium, Glycerium, ii. 115, 117
Gobban saer, ii. 294
God, knowledge of, 1. 12; providence of, i. 27, 29|
30, 156, 182, 196, 389 ; hearing of, i. 28 ; wor
ship of, I. 34; glory of, i. 610; righteousnesi
of, I. 359 ; praise of, i. 41 ; ears of, i. 42 ; ii. xl
356; judgment of, i. 43; blasphemy of, i. 61,
147; trust in, i. 62; tabernacle of, i. 89
clemency of, i. 137; commandments of, i. 139
216, 425, 461 ; power of, i. 146 ; excellence of,
I. 161; mystery of, i. 165; prayer to, i. 167,
210; hope in, i. 170, 210; thanks to, i. 177
610; forgiveness of, i. 183; light of, i. 183
help of, I. 186, 189, 280, 297 ; Law of, i. 215
dignity of, i, 327; glory from, ii. 50; strength
eye, hand etc. of, ii. 356
Godiscalcus (Gottschalk), ii. xxxiv
Goedel Glas, ii. 316, 317
Goetz, Prof., ii. xxiii
Goibniu, ii. 248

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Golai, gen., ii. 303
Goldast, n. xxx
Gollit, gen., ii. 270
Gonthar, $ee Ganthar
Gore, II. 276
Gorniad, gen., ii. 308
Gosacht, n. 262, 264, 269
Gottlieb, II. XXV
Graff, II. xiii
Grassmann, ii. 295
Graves, Bp, ii. xiv
Gregorius, i. 570, 647; u. 284, 415
Grillaan, ii. 281
Gruthriche, gen. sg., ii. 272, 276
Guare, dat. Gnariu, ii. 287; see Gore
Gunthar of Cologne, ii. xxiii, xxxiv
Giiterbock, i. xiii, xxi, 3, 714; n. xii, xix, xxii
Gwynn, Prof., i. xxiii n.; ii. xiii
I Gwynn, Mr E., ii. vii, xvii, 45, 250, 251, 253,
' 255, 257, 260, 262 n., 266, 267

Haddan and Stubbs, n. xi
Hagen, H., n. xvii, xviii, xxv, 235, 415
Haimo, i. xiii; Haymo, ii. xxiv
Hart, Prof., ii. 420
Hartgar, n. xxxiv
Heiric of Auxerre, i. xiii
Hele, II. 300; Helias, n. 304
I Hencreti, gen., ii. 308
Hercaith, n. 261
Here II. 263; gen. Heric, ii. 266
Hemicius, n. 262 ; Emicius, ib.
Herodes, ii. xxxviii n., 140, 804
Herodianus, ii. 49
I Hertz, II. xviii, 132, 144, 163
I Hieronymus, i. xv, xxii, 548, 567, 572, 620; n.
xxiii, 116, 244, 302; Hironimus, ii. 284
Hilarius, i. 503; n. xxxviii, 284,415; hymn of,
n. 21
Hilduin, n. xxxiv
Hinu vel Ineus, n. 268
Hogan, Rev. E., i. xxii; ii. 238, 241, 263,
266
Holder, Dr A., n. vii, xxix, xxx, 18, 225, 226, 229,
230, 256, 416
Holy Spirit, i. 218, 389, 490, 491, 516, 518, 520,
546, 554, 581, 594, 595, 691; n. 359
Hono", n. 265
Horace, ii. xxv
Hosea, i. 522
Huidrine, n. 287
Homail, gen., n. 267

laccas, II. 235
Jacob, I. 67, 619; gen. laooib, i. 283; lacobas,
II. 304
lamasc, n. 266
Ibor, II. 262
Icne, gen. Icni, ii. 265, 268
lessa, 11. 801
lessu m. Niin, i. 708, 709
Ignatius, ii. 301
Imchad, n. 365
Inachns, ii. 83
InaepiuB, n. 262
loan, iL 278
lochim, II. 303
logen, II. 281
Iogenan = Eugenan, ii. 277
lohain, i. 486, 487, 619 ; Baptaist, n. 301, 304
Johannes, ii. 248, 301
lohannes Erigena, i. xii
losafad, i. 193
lostus, II. 266; Justus ib.
It, n. 316
Isac, I. 67, 71, 434; ii. 300, 302
Isaias, i. 81, 614; ii. 248
Isau, I. 521
Isidorus Hispalensis, i. 515 ; ii. xxiii, 101, 103,
106, 107, 112, 113, 126, 137, 144, 161, 166,
226, 227, 302, 415
Ismail, I. 520
Israhel, i. 77, 471, 630; Israel, ii. 308
Isserninus, Iserninus, ii. 45, 240, 241
fsu, I. 675; II. 324, 391, 583; Issu Crist, i. 486;
Coimdiu Isu Crist, i. 554
Ita, II. 284
Ith, n. 265
lulia, 1. 541 ; lulius, il xxii
luostus, II. 263
lupiter, II. 59, 139, 312
lustianus, u. 262
luuencus, n. xiii

Jacob Bongars, i. xiii
Jerome, ii. 116, 415, 485. See Cirine, Hierony-
mus
Job, n. xxii, 301
Jonas, II. 304
Jonas of Bobbio, i. iv
Joseph, I. 295, 338, 417; n. xxxvi, 288, 300,
301
Josephus, I. 6; n. 302
Joyce, Dr P. W., n, 242
Judas, I. 519 ; ii. 254 ; Judas Machabeus, i. 351

Eannan, i. 263
Keil, II. XXV

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Kellach, i. 492
Keller, ii. xxvii
Kemble, J. M., i. 5n.; ii. 239
Kenyon, Dr, i. xv ; n. xxvii, xxviii
Kern, Prof., ii. vii
Kershaw, ii. 415
Kurze, F., ii. x

Laban, i. 416
Lactantius, ii. xxiii
Lacten, ii. 284
Laisran, ii. 272, 274 ; L. mac Feradaig, ii. 274
Laithphi, gen., ii. 263
Laloca, ii. 266
L^m des, ii. 278
Lamech, i. 496
Lamnid, ii. 365 •
Lanu, n. 263
Lassar, ii. 238
Lathron, gen., ii. 268
Latinus, ii. 86, 91
Lauinia, ii. 86 n.
Laurentius, ii. 261
Leathan, ii. 280
Lebedan, i. 316, 412
Lebi, I. 249; Leui, i. 6, 471, 484
Leo, II. 28, 308
Lesru, ii. 313
Leucothea, ii. 90
Levi, I. 471
Leviathan, see Lebed&n
Liamain, ii. 309
Liber, ii. 279
Libran, ii. 279
Ligu cen[n]calad, ii. 277
Loarn, ii. 271
Locharnach, ii. 260
Lochleth, ii. 263
Lochru, II. 259, 260
Loegaire m. N6ill, ii. 307 ; Loigaire, n. 259, 260,
263; Loiguire, Loigure, ii. 262, 269
Loern, 271; ii. 279; v. Loarn
Lombchu, ii. 365
Lomman, n. 262, 266, 269, 270
Lonan, ii. 365
Longecnan, ii. 280
Longinus, ii. 254
Losca, II. 263
Loth, I. 51, 435; ii. xiii, 302
Lothroch qui et Lochru, ii. xiv, 259
Lowe, I. xiii
Lucas, I. 609
Lucetma61, ii. xiv, 259 ; Lucetmail, ii. 260 ; later
Lucat mael, n. 314
Luchte, n. 267
Lucifer, i. 614
Lucru, II. 314
Lugaid, II. 275, 277, 344
Lugaid Lditir, ii. 279
Lugaid m. Loegairi, ii. 308, 327 ; Lugid, ii. 272,
284
Lugaith, gen., ii. 271
Lugar, gen. Lugir, ii. 267; Lugil, ii. 276
Lugbe, II. 276
Lugbe MocuMin, ii. 274
Lugil, for Lugir, ii. 260
Lugne, n. 278; L. Tudida, ii. 279; gen. Lugni,
II. 271
Lugthech, gen. Luthig, ii. 365
Luguaedon, gen., ii. xxxii, 288
Lugudius, II. 276, 280
Luguid mocu Themne, ii. 281
Lupait, II. 309
Lyccius, for Ai^/cetos, n. 231

Mabillon, ii. xxx
Mac caerthinn, ii. 238; Mac cairthin, ii. 264
Mac caille, ii. 264, 329, 330
Mac Carthy, Dr B., ii. xxvii, xxxii n., 285 n.
Mac Ciallain, ii. 235
Mac con, ii. 267
Mac cuill, II. 271
Mac Decuil, n. 281
Mac Dregin, ii. 268
Mac Ercae, ii. 268, 269, 307
Mac hui Lugair, ii. 307
Mac laisre, ii. 282
Mace Long&in, ii. 235
Mac Midrui, ii. 332
Mac Naue, ii. 272, 281
Mace N6tach, ii. 271
Mace Nise, n. 365
Mac rimae, ii. 239, 268
Maccu Boin, ii. 262 ; Maccu Buain, ii. 269 ;
mac hui Buain, ii. 310
Maccu chor, ii. 262
Mace hu Daim6ne, ii. 262
Maccu Greccae, ii. 260
Maccu Machth^ni, ii. xiv, 271
Maccu N6is, ii. 283
Maceleus, ii. 262, 269
Macet, II. 265; Machet, ii. 364
Machabdae, i. 252; Machabdi, i. 342, 348; pL
gen. Machabdae, i. 353; dat. Machabdib, 353
Mac-taleus, ii. 262, 269
Macuil, (Maccuil, Maccuill), maccu Greccas, ii.
260
M4elan, ii. 287

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M&el Brigte, n. xxi, 287
Mael Chiaran, n. 287
Mael cluchi, n. 288
MAel diiin, n. x, 283; Mailduin, ii. 286
Mael Finnia, ii. 288
M4el-hamai, gen. Maile hnmai, ii. 286
M4el Isu, II. xl, 350
Maellecan, n. xxii
Mael Maire, ii. 288
Mael OdrsB, ii. 240
Mael-Odran, ii. 287; Mailodran, ii. 274
M^l Oena, ii. 286
Mael Patric, ii. 288
Miiel Quiarain, ii. 287
Mael-tuili, n. 286
Magonius, n. 262, 308
Mail-gaimrid, i. xviii, 137, 185, 235, 285; n.
xxiii, 177
Mainach, n. 287
Maine, ii. 267, 288, 364; Maneus, n. 265
Maine mac Cais, n. 365
Maire, Virgo, ii. 299, 301, 349, 353; Maria, n,
239, 283
Maling, n. 294
Manchan, n. 242
Mannasse, i. 342
Marcellus, n. 82
Marcus Monachus, ii. xxxiv
Mars, n. 80, 86
Martan, gen., ii. 288, 309; Martain, n. xx
Martanan, ii. 288
Martinus, n. 284
Mary the Virgin, n. xxxix, 33, 252, 353
Mathona, n. 265, 267
Matoc, II. xxxix, 350
Matthaei, ii. xxxiv
Maucteus, n. 272
Maugina, ii. 277
Maury, A., n. xl
Maxim, n. 308
Maximianus, n. xxiii, 151
Mechar, ii. 365
Medartus, ii. 283
Medb presb., n. 271
Medba, n. 266
Meilge, ii. 281
Meillet, Prof. A., i. 722
Mel, bp, n. 329; Melus, ii. 262, 264
Melchisidech, i. 712; n. 302
Meldal, n. 281
Meldan, n. 274
Menathns, ii. 262
Menb, gen. Menueh, n, 288
Mercati, i. xv n.
Mercuid, gen., ii. 308
Mernooc, (m'Ern6c), n. 281
Mess-buachaille, ii. 280
Mess-gegra, n. 280
Methbrain (leg. Nieth- Brain?), n. 264, 420
Meyer, Miss A., ii. xxxvi
Meyer, Prof. K., i. 615, 627, 658, 722. See
AisUnge, Hibernica minora
Meyer, W., n. xl
Michael, n. 310; Michel, u. 318
Migne, i. xvi, 500, 501 ; ii. xxxii
Mil, gen. Mlled, ii. 316, 320
Miliuc, n. 262, 310 ; Miliucc, ii. 269 ; gen. Milcon,
n. 264, 269, 271, 310; ace. Milcoin, ii. 259
Miled, gen. Milid, n. 314
Min, gen. sg., n. 278
Mincholeth, ii. 281
Misac, n. 303
Misael, ii. 303
Miserneus, ii. 262
Moab, I. 51
Mocabe, gen., ii. 301
Mo-choe, II. xxii
Mo-chonne, ii. 284
Mo-chua, n. 256
Mo-chuaroe, n. 285
Mo-chutu, n. 420
Mocu-Alti, n. 275, 280 (where o = unaccented a)
Mocu-Aridi, n. 280
Mocu-Blai, ii. 276
Mocu-Curiu, II. 274
Mocu-Dalon, n. 280
Mocu-Druidi, ii. 276, 280
Moccu-Echach, ii. xiv, 260
Mocu-Fir-roide, n. 280
Mocu-Loigse, ii. 280
Mocu-Min, n. 274, 275
Mocu-Moie, ii. 273, 274
Mocu-Neth-corb, ii. 273
Mocu-Euntir, n. 274
Mocu-Sailni, n. 273
Mocu-Sogin, n. 277
M6el caich, ii. xxviii
Mogin, iL 365
Moie, see Mocu Moie
Moisi, Moysi, i. 8, 212, 278, 374, 417, 481, 567,
599, 695, 707, 709; ii. 300; Mosi, i. 515
Moling, St, n. xxxiii
Mo-Lua, II. XXX, 278
Mone, II. ix, x, xxx
Moneisen, gen., ii. 271
Mordochei, i. 276
Mo-Sinu, 11. 285
Moysi, see Moisi

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Muadan, ii. 364
Mucneus, ii. 264, 268; Mucnoi, gen., n. 268
Mu-Dubai, ii. 364
Mu-Genoc, n. 270
Mugron, ii. xxxvii, 305
Muindech, ir. 365
Muirchath mac M4ile duin, ii. x, 283
Muirchu, ii, xiv, 271
Muiredach, ii. 274, 289; Muredach, n. 288;
Muirethchus, ii. 262; Muirethachus, ii. 268
Muirgal, ii. 286
Muirgus, II. 364
Mulciber, ii. 117
Mu-Lomm£e, ii. 365
Munis, II 270
Muratori, i. xv; ii. xxxii
Muredach Muinderg, ii. xxxix
Muric, gen., ii. 308
Mureth, ii. 344; (leg. Murethach?)
Muru, II. 365
Muscan, ii. 365

Nabcodon, i. 384; Nabcodonozor, i. 5; ii.
303
Nachor, ii. 303
Nad-fraich, ii. 340, 341
Naeman, ii. 257
Nai, II. 239
Naindid, ii. 241, 364, 365
Nao, II. 239
Nat-fraich, ii. 320; see Nadfraich
Nathan, i. 369
Nazarus, Nazarius, ii. 262
Neel, II. 263; N61, ii. 316, 317; gen. Nell, ii. 264;
lat. gen. Nellis, ii. 277
Neil, B. A., I. vii, ii. 422
Neit, n. 233
N6m, II. 364
Nem-aidon, gen., ii. 277
Neman, n. 272, 274, 276
Nemon, Nemain, ii. 233 n.
Nena, n. 365
Nene, ii. 313
Nessan, n. 284; Nesan, ii. 278
Neth-corb, gen., ii. 273
Niae, gen., ii. 364; gen. Nioth Fraich, ii. 269
Niall, Nial, ii. 365; gen. N6ill, ii. 259, 262, 263,
264; Neil, ii. 281
Niall mac Giallain, n. 235
Niath-Taloirc, gen., ii. 274
Nigra, Count, i. xv, xxii, 76, 104, 172, 179, 255,
493, 615, 716, 719; ii. viii, xii, xix, xxii,
xxiii, XXV, 189, 235, 415, 418
Ninine, n. xxxviii, 322
N6e, I. 505; ii. 248, 300, 302
Nothi, gen., ii. 261
Nuadu (Cymr. Nudd), ii. 44 n.
Niin, I. 709; n. 319

Obbarius, n. 233
O'Clery, i. 530, 645, 689; ii. xxxv, 52, 63
Ocmuis, gen. eg., ii. 309
O'Conor, Dr, ii. xxvii
Octavianus, ii. 83
O'Curry, ii. xxvi, xxix, xxxv, 294, 420
Odissi, gen. sg., n. 309
O'Donovan, i. 294, 501 ; Three Fragments, n. 235;
Suppl. to O'Reilly, i. 485, 501, 670, 719; n.
10; Battle of Moira, n. 10, 294
Odran hua Eolais, ii. 288
O'Dugan, ii. 10
Oengus the Culdee, ii. 256, note a; martyrology
of, I. 542
O'Grady, S. H., i. 726, 727; ii. 32
Oidacan, ii. 288
Oingus, II. 267, 365
Oingussius Bronbachal, n. 274
Oiss6ne, ii. 273
O'Laverty, ii. xxxii
Olcan, II. 262, 263, 268, 364
Olden, Eev. Thomas, i. 503, 509, 550, 588, 614,
615, 646, 666, 677, 726
Onessimus, i. 703, 704
Orcan, ii. 364
Ordius, II. 262
Oric, gen., ii. 308
Oriens, a name for God, i. 285, 286
Origen, i. 534; ii. 302, 415
Orosius, n. xxiii, 72 '
Orthanach, n. 286 ]
Ossae, L 522 1
Ossan, II. 270 ^
Ossuald, II. 272 J
Ota, gen., n. 308 *
Otto, II. 227 j
Ovid, II. XXV I

Pacovius, n. 135, 141
Palladius, ii. 312, 313
Pan, II. 138
Pangur Ban, n. xxxii, 293
Panthous, ii. 121, 144
Papirinus, ii. xxiii, 53
Patriarchs, i. 71
Patric, II. xl, 241, 307, 308, 854; of Ardmagh,
II. 258: na nD^ise, ii. 297
Patricius, ii. 238, 240, 283, 284
Paul, I. 519

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Paulus, I. 498; ii. xxii, 248, 261
Pedersen, Dr Holger, i. 263, 517, 520, 528, 633,
540, 543, 546, 551, 566, 697, 600, 625, 635,
638, 659, 674, 687, 715, 721, 723, 724; ii. xxiii,
xxvi, 52, 78, 416
Pelagius, i. xxiii, 501, 508, 509, 517, 519, 533,
541, 644, 646, 548, 650, 552, 553, 557, 670,
571, 605, 619, 621, 681, 683, 693, 697; ii.416;
Pelaig, II. 311
Peleides, ii. 226
Peleus, n. 84, 226
Pelias, II. 226
Pelides, ii. 84, 226
Penelope, ii. 80
Pertz, II. X
Petar, i. 100; ii. 328; Petur, i. 491, 621; ii. 204;
gen. Peter, ii. xxxii, 289; Petir, i. 651; Petair,
II. 308; ace. Petor, i. 621; Petnis, ii. 261, 801,
304
Petrie, Dr George, n. xxxii, xl
Petrus Daniel, i. xiii
Peyron, i. xv, xxii; ii. xxxii
Pheton, n. 84
Pliilargyrius, n. xvii, 46 — 48, 360—363, 418
Philologus, I. 641
Philom6in, i. 703
Pilu Saxo, 11. 280
Plautus, n. 175, 224
Pledius, II. 312
Pliny, n. 12, 13, 26
Plummer, Eev. C, ii. xxvii, 254, 255
Poimp, n. 89
P61, I. 83, 524, 581; il 241; Pool, i. 597;
gen. Poil, I. 526, 696, 703 ; dat. Pol, i. 436
PoUux, n. 129
Polybius medicus, ii. xxiii, 103
Pontfelait, i. 125
Potide, II. 308
Pott, II. xxiii
Prescella, i. 590
Primasius, i. 585, 593, 694, 595, 612, 643, 649,
650, 656, 665, 671; ii. 415
Priscian, ii. 78, 115, 117; glosses on, ii. 49 —
232; codices of, ii. xviii
Priscill, I. 541
Probus, II. xxiii, 163, 176
Prosper Aquitanus, ii. 28
Prudentius, glosses on, n. 233
Pryderi, ii. 311
Pudicitia, ii. 80
PuUux, II. 129
Pyrrhus, ii. 212

Quiaran, n. 287
Quintinus, ii. x

Rabsac^n, i. 79, 149
Kebeca, i. 488; gen. Bebicas, i. 434
Recradus, ii. 267
Reeves, Bishop, i. 494; n. xxxi, 261, 265, 276,
277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 306, 315, 341
Reifferscheid, ii. xii
Renter, n. xxv
Rhiannon, n. 311
Rh^s, Prof., II. 236
Rigbard, gen. Rigbairt, ii. 268
Bobartach, ii. 235
Eodan, ii, 265, 266; Roddan, ii. 259, 263; gen.
Rodain, ii. 281
Roderc, ii. 274
Rodwell, J, M., II. xl
Romulus, II. 83, 225
Ronan, ii. 272, 276; gen. Ronain, n. 286; Ronan,
II. 306
Ronat, II. 306
R6nchenn, ii. 347
Ross Rigbuide, ii. 315
Ruadan, n. 284
Ruadri, n. xx
Ruarcan, ii. 288
Ruidgal, II. 235, 419
Rumili, II. 260
Runter, ii. 274
Bus, II. 281

Sachell, ii. 261, 262, 266, 271
Sadb, presb., n. 271
Sallustius, II. 222
Salomo, n. 248
Samdine, n. 284
Samnis, ii. 140
Sams6n, i. 492
Samuel, ii. 303
Sanctan, ii. xxxix, 350
Sanday, Prof., ii. 285
Sannan, deacon, ii. 309
Sannuch, ii. 263
Saran, n. 364
Sar4n m. Cronain, n. 270
Sarauw, Dr Chr., i. xxiii, 430, 433, 445, 447, 448,
459, 462, 506, 515, 526, 528, 530, 534, 535, 645,
548, 562, 553, 561, 586, 588, 589, 590, 591,
592, 594, 602, 607, 615, 632, 636, 651, 652,
665, 669, 676, 678, 680, 685, 691, 693, 694,
700, 701, 704, 705, 715, 716, 717, 718, 719,
720, 721, 722, 723, 724; ii. 78, 116, 119,
133, 134, 241, 315, 416, 416
Sarra, i. 488, 627 ; ii. 302

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Satan, i. 542, 551, 597
Sathel, I. 5; Sathiel, i. 5
Saturnus, ii. 312
Saul, I. 63, 64, 113; Saiil, i. 454
Saulus, afterwards Paulus, ii. xxii
Scandal, ii. 281
Scandlan, n. 287; S. mac Colmain, ii. 274
Scaton, II. 175
Scetha, ii. 284
Schepss, Dr, ii. 285
Scilla, II. 361
Scipio, II. 78, 83
Scoth noe, ii. 270
Scotta, II. 316
Sechnall, ii. 242
Sechnasach, ii. 286; Sechnassach, n. 270
Sectmaide, ii. 309
Secundinus, i. 563, 630, 662; n. 262
Sedrac, ii. 303
Sedulius, n. xxxiv
Seebohm, ii. xi
Segan, ii. 282
S6g6ne, II. 242, 270, 273
Segestus, ii. 313
Segine, ii. 272, 277
Sem filius Noe, ii, 302
Seman, ii. 262
Semblan, ii. 288
Semei, i. 193
Senach, ii. 262, 267
Seneaticus, ii. 262
Senmeda, ii. 267
Sen-Phatraic, ii. 320, 321
Servius, ii. xvii, xxv, 54, 139; glosses on, ii.
235
Sescene, ii. 262
Sescnan, ii. 262
S^th, I. 505
S^tne, n. 273, 364
Siggeus, II. 259, 262
Silnan, ii. 276, 277, 278
Silvestre-Madden, ii. ix, xxiv
Siluister, ii. 365
Simmach, gen. Simaich, i. 397 ; Simmaig, i. 285
Sinech, ii. 281, 284
Sinichiriph, i. 4; Sinchirib, 5; Sennachrib, 76,
77; Senachrib, 77, 78
Sinlan, ii. 282: (for Silnan?)
Slanan, ii. 364
Snedgus, ii. 286
Socrates, ii. 87
Sogen, gen. Sogin, ii. 277
Solman, gen., i. 300, 302, 338; Solmon, 303;
dat. Solmuin, Solmain, 302
Sommer, Prof. F., i. 89, 386, 543, 590, 631,
720, 722, 723
Son of God, I. 20, 21, 22; Godhead of, i. 45, 46;
generation of, i, 285; >see Crist
Sorbabel, i. 17
Statins, ii. 93
Stefanus, ii. 261; Stephanas, ii. 284, 301
Steinmeyer, n. 233
Stern, Prof. L. C, ii. xxiv, xxv, 235
Stevenson, H. junior, i. xiv
Stocklin, 11. XXX
Stokes, Miss Margaret, ii. xxxi
Stuart, Dr John, ii. xxx
Suadbar, ii. 235
Succat, Sucat, Succet, n. 308; Succetus, ii. 262,
269
Suibne, ii. 286; m. Golmain, ii. 325; m. Colum-
bain, n. 274
Suibne Geilt, ii. xxxiii, 294
Susthenes, i. 543
Swete, Dr, i. 659
Sybilla, ii. 235
Symmachus, see Simmach

Tailchan, ii. 272, 273, 280
Taircheltach, ii. 235
Talan, ii. 266
Tarain, ii. 278
Tassach, ii. 261, 319; see Asacus
Tawney, C. H., i. 656
Tea, II. 314
Tecan, ii. 241
Telamon, ii. 196
Tematbeus, ii. 248
Temoreris, ii. 262
Tenme, gen., ii. 281
Terminus, ii. 34
Ternohc m. Ceran Bic, ii. xxxii, 289
Tertius, i. 539, 542
Thara, ii. 302
Theodore of Mopsuestia, i. 659
Theodosius, ii. 313
Theodotio, i. 7
Thetis, II. 148
Thilo, II. xvii n.
Thompson, Sir E. M., i. xiv
Thorpe, i. 636
Thurneysen, Prof., i. xxiii, xxiv, xxv, 45, 51, 66,
74, 83, 90, 91, 96, 97, 98, 100, 105, 106, 107,
112, 121, 155, 230, 232, 237, 260, 319, 320,
323, 335, 341, 344, 866, 382, 390, 400, 402,
409, 410, 428, 448, 451, 455, 457, 459, 518,
522, 557, 562, 576, 582, 586, 593, 594, 639,
652, 654, 665, 715, 717, 725; ii. vii, xvii.

[ 391 ]xix, XXV, xxxviii, 24, 51, 53, 57, 64, 67, 68,

74, 79, 81, 87, 89, 96, 112, 116, 167, 220, 236, 237, 248, 315, 415, 417 Tiamthe, i. 621, 648 Tigemach, ii. xl ; see Annals Tigerndn, ii. 305 Tigris, n. 309 Timotheus, i. 591 ; see Tiamthe Tinne, ii. 306 Tirechan, ii. 262 Tit, I. 597, 607, 608, 620, 621 Tithis, for Thetis, n. 123 To-channu, ii. 281 To-churami, ii, 281 Todd, Dr J. H., i. xxii, 630, 662; n. xxvii, xxxiv, 241, 242 Toicthech, Toictheg, ii. xvii, 286 Tomas, aps., n. 286 Torbach, ii. xiv Torpaith, dat., ii. 288 Totmael, n. 45 Traiauus, n. 301 Traube, Dr, i. xxiii; ii. xix, xx, xxiii, xxv, xxxiv Trenan, n. 274 Trian, n. 262, 365 Trivia, n. 119 Tuathal, ii. 287 Tnathcharan, n. 287 Tnathgel, n. 286 Turcain, n. 289 Turtre, n. 275

Uada, dat., n. 288 Uallach, dat. Uallaig, u. 288 Ulcain, n. 117 Ultan, I. 649 ; n. xxxv, xxxviii, xxxix, 262, 264, 289, 323, 325 Ussher, ii. xxxv, 297

Vallarsi, i. xv, xxii, 485, 486, 487, 490, 492 Van der Meer, ii. xxx Varro, n. 137 Vergil, I. 605; n. xxv, 80, 163, 225, 413. See Aeneis, Bucolics, Georgics. Victor, II. 310, 311, 318, 319 Victorious, ii. 262, 269 Vinniau, n. 277, 283 Virgilius, ii. xxiii Virgnouus, ii. 280 Virolecus, n. 280 von Arx, ii. xxvii

Ware, Sir James, ii. xxxv Warren, Kev. F. E., ii. xxvii, xxviii, xxxii Wasserschleben, n. xi, xii, xxv Westwood, I. xxii Whitney, Skr. Boots, ii. 420 Windisch, Prof., i. 9, 12, 14, 26, 82, 119, 151, 161, 225, 345, 348, 430, 468, 475, 525, 539, 578, 583, 586, 684, 688, 701, 706, 718; ii. vii, xxxii, xxxiii, xxxviii, 48, 55, 64, 73, 82, 87, 129, 191, 193, 215, 248, 418 Winnefeld, n. xxv

Zebedeus, ii. 304 Zeuss, J. C, I. xi, XV, 501, 575, 638, 684, 701; II. xviii, XXV, xxxii, 291, 292; see Grammatica celtica Zimmer, Prof., i. xiii, xiv, xxii, xxiii, xxv, 135, 167, 209, 226, 255, 332, 492, 493, 501, 507, 515, 517, 520, 526, 542, 567, 597, 635, 639, 673, 677, 684, 706, 707, 715, 727; n. x, xii, xxiv, xxix, XXX, xxxii, xxxiii, xxxvi, 228, 231, 233, 248, 250, 415, 416