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I that he did not"^know the meanUt the ReV< g P ? ^ M OBrien, gical vision T whose ; nothing lightest difficulty, etymolopresented makes it in and the inven matters of such Besides I have the aihpachol (Grammar, p. 210), which he forces to signify witch hazle bein S deriv d according to him from am pa, vision the first [although portion of the word a m an, not ampa] and is col, hazle. xxxiii Introduction, authority of the above cited poet, Forchern, in favour of my * The book of Forchern begins.
C " Certe si Bollandus Hibernos antiquitatum suarum peritos consuleret, facile in ferrent, medium pro- scriptorum nomenclatu- ram qui ante S. " Ogyg. Part d iii. No Ogham c. 30. inscriptions have, however, as yet been found on any of the monuments ascribed Irish writers to the Tua tha De Dananns, excepting the cave in the mound at New Grange, which exhibits a few Ogham cha- by the XXV 111 Introduction. tioned as of the Tuatha Ogma Mac rest De Danann Elathaln, who colony ; to is said one of the species of virgular characters called and among the have invented Ogham 6 ; and who was worshipped by the Brigid, daughter of the Dagda, the Scotic poets of after ages as the goddess of poetry.
Xxxviii, xxxix. , pp. 330, 331, xliv Introduction. The pagan antiquity of the Irish cannot be Oghams established, to the satisfaction of the learned, except ing monuments. It must be first proved that the monuments are undoubtedly pagan, and secondly, are cotemporaneous with such tions of after ages. The inscription yet discovered, by that the inscriptions monuments, and not only now exist monument which exhibits with an fabrica Ogham the apparent an artificial cave near the features of a pagan monument, is castle of Dunloe, in the county of Kerry.
A grammar of the Irish language by John O'Donovan