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Definition of Turlough
1. a pond that dries up in summer [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Turlough
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Literary usage of Turlough
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Ireland by Thomas Moore (1846)
"turlough complied, it is added, with their request, and sent a prince of the blood-royal of Ireland, to be their regent.* As a slight, but additional proof ..."
2. The History of Ireland: Commencing with Its Earliest Period, to the Great by Thomas Moore (1843)
"turlough complied, it is added, with their request, and sent a prince of the blood-royal of Ireland, to be their regent.|| As a slight, but additional proof ..."
3. The Golden Treasury of Irish Songs and Lyrics by Charles Welsh (1907)
"... blossoming thorn, From the little green linnet whose plaining they sing, And the joy and the hope in the heart of the spring, O turlough MacSweeney ! ..."
4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1850)
"... and his sisters, Anne and Mary," descended from turlough More, the father of Roderic, the last Milesian Monarch of Ireland, Dr. O'Conor adds, ..."
5. Insula Sanctorum Et Doctorum: Or, Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars by John Healy (1890)
"CELTIC ART IN THE WESTERN MONASTERIES DURING THE REIGN OF turlough O'CONOR. ... WE have said that turlough Mor O'Conor was, if not the Augustus of Western ..."