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Sun Aug 10 2008

Qs: Cite in Meyer's Contributions to Irish Lexicography

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        1.    John Lord, Cite in Meyer's Contributions to Irish Lexicography

Message 1: Cite in Meyer's Contributions to Irish Lexicography
Date: 08-Aug-2008
From: John Lord <jwljohnlord.com>
Subject: Cite in Meyer's Contributions to Irish Lexicography
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In Kuno Meyer's Contributions to Irish Lexicography (vol 1, part 1, page
186) he attributes a quotation to ''Aisl. Tund. VIII''. Unfortunately, he
does not identify this source in his list of sources. The ''Aisl'' is
clearly Aislinge; does anyone have an idea what work the ''Tund.'' refers to?

Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography

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