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O'Rahilly (Thomas F.)

  • d. 1953
  • (agents)
Mulchrone, Kathleen, Thomas F. OʼRahilly, Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, and A. I. Pearson, Catalogue of Irish manuscripts in the Royal Irish Academy, 8 vols, Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1926–1970.  
8 volumes: Vol. 1, pp. 1–654 (fasc. 1-5) -- Vol. 2, pp. 655–1294 (fasc. 6-10) -- Vol. 3, pp. 1295–1938 (fasc. 11-15) -- Vol. 4, pp. 1939–2578 (fasc. 16-20) -- Vol. 5, pp. 2579–3220 (fasc. 21-25) -- Vol. 6, pp. 3221–3500 (fasc. 26-27) -- Vol. 7 (index 1) -- Vol. 8 (index 2).
Bergin, Osborn, T. F. OʼRahilly, and Eleanor Knott (eds), Ériu 17 (1955), Dublin: Royal Irish Academy.
OʼRahilly, Thomas F., “Buchet the herdsman”, Ériu 16 (1952): 7–20.
Bergin, Osborn, T. F. OʼRahilly, and Eleanor Knott (eds), Ériu 16 (1952), Dublin: Royal Irish Academy.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Gnó, gnóaigh, gnóughadh”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 322–327.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Varia: [1] puisdian, [2] piléar, [3] magadh, [4] mar bharr draoille, [5] ar aon-shiubhal, [6] eathar, [7] bóthar”, Celtica 1:1 (1946, 1950): 158–160.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Varia II [1-25]”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 328–386.  

1. A line in Aogán Ó Rathile; 2. Ó Gnímh's alleged visit to London; 3. A tract ascribed to Keating; 4. O.Ir. dia dam; 5. ar mhaithe le, ar olca le; 6. The prefix ad-; 7. fochair; 8. éiligh; 9. faoidheach; 10. éagm(h)aiseach; 11. cruimther; 12. ní has dó; 13. do chóir, i gcóir; 14. comhra, cófra; 15. trícha, triúcha; 16. earball; 17. ósta; 18. rámha, ruamh, rómhar; 19. Ir. fial, gaol, Welsh gwyl, annwyl; 20. coinneamh, coinne; 21. dámh; 22. cuilche; 23. guardal, guairneán, etc.; 24. Cnoc an Áir; 25. Lost legends of Mis and Dubh Ruis

OʼRahilly, T. F., “Francis Keane’s list of Irish technical terms”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 303–307.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Notes on Early Irish history and mythology: [1] The five provinces, [2] Additions and corrections”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 387–402.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Tomás Ó Dúnlaing and Seán Ó Braonáin”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 308–312.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Cúán Ua Lothcháin and Corcrán Clérech”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 313–317.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Do-ním, déanaim, ‘I proceed, go’”, Celtica 1:2 (1950, 1950): 318–321.
Bergin, Osborn, T. F. OʼRahilly, and Eleanor Knott (eds), Ériu 15 (1948), Dublin: Royal Irish Academy.
OʼRahilly, T. F., Early Irish history and mythology, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1946.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Ir. aobh, aoibheall, etc. W. ufel, uwel. Gaul. Esus”, Ériu 14 (1946): 1–6.
Bergin, Osborn, Thomas F. OʼRahilly, and Eleanor Knott (eds), Ériu 14 (1946), Dublin.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “On the origin of the names Érainn and Ériu”, Ériu 14 (1946): 7–28.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “iarann, lárag, etc.”, Ériu 13 (1942): 119–127.
Bergin, Osborn, T. F. OʼRahilly, and Eleanor Knott (eds), Ériu 13 (1942), Dublin.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “A phonetic development in Munster Irish”, Ériu 13 (1942): 135–139.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “-genn for -chenn”, Ériu 13 (1942): 140–143.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Notes, mainly etymological”, Ériu 13 (1942): 144–219.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “Some instances of vowel-shortening in Modern Irish”, Ériu 13 (1942): 128–134.
OʼRahilly, T. F., “A poem by Piaras Feiritéar”, Ériu 13 (1942): 113–118.
OʼRahilly, Thomas F. [ed.], Desiderius, otherwise called Sgáthán an chrábhaidh, by Flaithrí Ó Maolchonaire (Florence Conry), Mediaeval and Modern Irish Series, 12, Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1941.


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