b. 1644–d. 1692

2 publications between 1690 and 1702 indexed
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Bedell, William [et al.], and Uillam Ó Domhnuill [et al.], An Biobla Naomhtha: iona bhfuil Leabhair na Seintiomna... / agus na Tiomna Nuaidhe..., ed. Robert Kirk, London: R. Ebheringtham, 1690.
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Kirk, Robert, and Edward Lhwyd [annotations], “A vocabulary of the Irish dialect, spoken by the Highlanders of Scotland”, in: William Nicolson, The Scottish historical library: containing a short view and character of most of the writers, records, registers, law-books, &c., which may be serviceable to the undertakers of a general history of Scotland, down to the union of the two kingdoms in K. James the VI, London: printed for T. Childe, 1702. 334–346.
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Ó Baoill, Colm, “Kirk’s Egerton glossary”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 14:2 (1986): 123–127..
Campbell, J. L., and Derick S. Thomson, Edward Lhuyd in the Scottish Highlands, 1699–1700, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963..
Campbell, J. F., “Scottish Gaelic translations of John Ray’s Dictionariolum trilingue”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 9:1 (1961, 1962): 89–90..
Campbell, J. F., “An early Scottish Gaelic vocabulary”, Scottish Gaelic Studies 5 (1938): 76–93..
Maclean, Donald, “The life and literary labours of the Rev. Robert Kirk, of Aberfoyle”, Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness 31 (1922–1924): 328–366..