Definition of Ardrigh
1. ardri [n -S] - See also: ardri
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Literary usage of Ardrigh
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General History of the Christian Era: For Catholic Colleges and Reading by Anthony Guggenberger (1900)
"After the death of Brian at Clontarf, the supreme office of ardrigh reverted ... Each king ruled his own tribal kingdom but no ardrigh ruled over the whole, ..."
2. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin by Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (1901)
"Der Hill of Tara war auch der Mittelpunkt des ganzen politischen Lebens des alt-irischen Volkes, indem alle drei Jahre auf ihm unter dem Vorsitz des ardrigh ..."
3. Scotland Under Her Early Kings: A History of the Kingdom to the Close of the by Eben William Robertson (1862)
"The power of the ardrigh over the provincial kings must have depended upon his ability to enforce it, and to exact the hostages which were invariably ..."
4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1858)
"At ardrigh, same Barony, is an “eel weir in which salmon are caught in the season,” in the parish of Timahoe. Claine Barony is an old church and castle in ..."
5. The Irish Rebellion of 1916 and Its Martyrs: Erin's Tragic Easter by Padraic Colum, Maurice Joy (1916)
"It was ardrigh, the home of Mr. Francis Joseph Biggar, another Ulster ... Casement was standing on the steps of ardrigh that quiet, sunny morning when I saw ..."