Definition of Comarbs
1. comarb [n] - See also: comarb
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comarbs
Literary usage of Comarbs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Annals of Loch Cé: A Chronicle of Irish Affairs from A.D. 1014 to A.D. 1590 by Brian MacDermot, William Maunsell Hennessy (1871)
"21; comarbs of, ii. 279, 613; the Book of, ii. 399, n. ... 145 ; comarbs of, L 15; and lee Abbots ... Dorm), comarbs or successors of, i. 141, 143. ..."
2. The Story of Ireland by Standish O'Grady (1894)
"The comarbs were weak and depended on the kings. They were weak, and they looked to the Popes for succour and countenance. In fact, they were so weak and ..."
3. On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish by Eugene O'Curry (1873)
"... to the comarbs of the Flaut in case that he lias never given any ... [ie the comarbs of a Jin-. I in: must pay in the same way to the ..."
4. Ireland and the Celtic Church: A History of Ireland from St. Patrick to the by George Thomas Stokes (1907)
"It does not profess, therefore, to give a list of archbishops, but of the comarbs, or successors of St. Patrick, who were not necessarily bishops. ..."
5. Notes on the Early History of the Dioceses of Tuam, Killalla and Achonry by Hubert Thomas Knox (1904)
"Without tithes the foreign abbots like the comarbs of Patrick and Columcille ... But I take it that the great comarbs had not been in the habit of drawing ..."
6. Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores: Or, Chronicles and Memorials of by Great Britain Public Record Office (1871)
"21; comarbs of, ii. 279, 513 ; the Book of, ii. 399, n. ... 145 ; comarbs of, L 15 ; «id tee Abbots of ... Down), comarbs or successors of, i. 141, 143. ..."