Definition of Ollamhs

1. Noun. (plural of ollamh) ¹



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Definition of Ollamhs

1. ollamh [n] - See also: ollamh

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ollamhs

olivopontocerebellar
olivopontocerebellar atrophy
olivopontocerebellar degeneration
olivospinal tract
olkhonskite
olla
olla podrida
olla podridas
ollalaberries
ollalaberry
ollaliberries
ollaliberry
ollalieberries
ollalieberry
ollamh
ollamhs (current term)
ollas
ollav
ollave
ollaves
ollavs
ollied
ollieing
ollier disease
ollies
olly olly oxen free
ollying
olm
olms
olmsteadite

Literary usage of Ollamhs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Ireland by Emily Lawless, Arthur Bronson (1908)
"When, too, we turn from the legends themselves to the legend-makers, everything that we know of the position of the bards (ollamhs or ..."

2. The History of Ireland by Geoffrey Keating (1906)
"It -was also ordained that a common estate should be set apart for the ollamhs where they could give public instruction .after the manner of a University, ..."

3. The History of Ireland by Geoffrey Keating (1908)
"It was also ordained that a common estate should be set apart for the ollamhs where they could give public instruction after the manner of a University, ..."

4. The History of Ireland: From the Earliest Period to the English Invasion by Geoffrey Keating (1866)
"For, if these ollamhs and bards did innovate, how is it that, isolated, ... Are we to suppose that these ollamhs and bards, whose education was purely local ..."

5. Lectures on the Manuscript Materials of Ancient Irish History: Delivered at by Eugene O'Curry (1878)
"LEGT xi. portance, is that the ollamhs were in the habit of teaching- the ~ facts of history to their pupils in verse, probably that they might thus be the ..."

6. On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish by Eugene O'Curry (1873)
"For this purpose, the three most distinguished ollamhs (or doctors) in Poetry, ... This committee consisted of three kings, three learned ollamhs, ..."

7. The Brehon Laws: A Legal Handbook by Laurence Ginnell (1894)
"In giving judgment in this second trial the judge would, of course, have regard to what was done under the first judgment. Sub-Section 5.—The ollamhs. ..."

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