Ille-et-Vilaine, Ctes-du-Nord, Finistre,Loire Infrieure, Maine-et-Loire, Mayenne, Mor bihan.
The name is derived from the Gaelic lios mor, " great garden."
Neill Mor's great-greatgrandson, Henry O'Neill, was created baronet of Killeleagh in 1666.
Through an elder line from Neill Mor was descended Brian Mac Phelim O'Neill, who was treacherously seized in 1573 by the earl of Essex, whom he was hospitably entertaining, and executed together with his wife and brother, some two hundred of his clan being at the same time massacred by the orders of Essex.
The .modern "balm of Gilead" or "Mecca balsam," an aromatic gum produced by the Balsamodendron opobalsamum, is more likely the Hebrew mor, which the English Bible wrongly renders "myrrh."
Prince Windischgratz, who had received orders to reduce Hungary by fire and sword, began his advance on the 15th of December; opened up the way to the capital by the victory of Mor (Oct.
Chelard, La Hongrie millenaire (Paris, 1896); Mor Gelleri, Aus der Vergangenheit and Gegenwart des tausendjahrigen Ungarn (Budapest, 1896); Jozsef Jekelfalussy, The Millennium of Hungary (Budapest, 1897) E.
This page gives an overview of all articles in the 1911 Brittanica which are alphabetized under Moo to Mor.
According to Plutarch (Mor.
He did not found a school, simply because ht had nothing new to teach, and the fact that a modern ware goes b~ the same name as his productions is simply because his sealth inscription on which (banko, everlasting) suggested the name oi the waresubsequently (1830) fell into the hands of one Mor Yusetsu, who applied it to his own ware.
M?[aughfin .. ?Mor ° D Ao,;?:,K Frederick.
See Posthumous Writings and Correspondence of Arany, edited by Lhszlo Arany (Hung.), (Budapest, 1887-1889); article "Arany," in A Pallas Nagy Lexikona, Kot 2 (Budapest, 1893); Mor Gaal, Life of Jdnos Arany (Hung.), (Budapest, 1898); L.
During the winter campaign of 1848-49 he commanded, under Windischgratz, the Austrian right wing, capturing Magyar-Ovar and Raab, and defeating the Magyars at Mor.
ARMORICA (AREMORICA), the Roman name, derived from two Celtic words meaning the "seaside" (ar, on, and mor, sea), for the land of the Armorici, roughly the peninsula of Brittany.
The Ajai, Bakheswar and Mor or Maurakshi, are the principal rivers of the district, but they are merely hill streams and only navigable in the rains.
Mor, the sea - Brynmor, Glanymor.
He reinstated Pedro Annes, made Vicente chancellor, and appointed Martim Annes chief standard-bearer (alferes mor).
The largest and most important of these documents is the Senchus Mor or "Great Old Law Book."
In the Annals of the Four Masters it is said: "The age of Christ 438, the tenth year of King Laeghaire (Lairy), the Senchus MOr and Feineachas of Ireland were purified and written."
Although we find in the poems of Dubhthach, written in the 5th century and prefixed to the Senchus Mor, the sentences, "Let every one die who kills a human being," and "Every living person that inflicts death shall suffer death," capital punishment did not prevail in Ireland before or after.
3922) who established the meeting of Tara, Cimbaeth (c. 305 B.C.) the reputed founder of Emain Macha, Ugaine Mor, Labraid Loingsech, and Eochaid Feidlech, who built Rath Cruachan for his celebrated daughter, Medb queen of Connaught.
A grandson of Tuathal's, the famous Conn Cetchathach (" the hundred-fighter "), whose death is placed in the year 177 after a reign of about twenty years, was constantly at war with the Munster ruler Eogan Mor, also called Mog Nuadat, of the race of Eber Find.
In this connexion it may be noted that practically all the Milesian pedigrees converge on three ancestors in the 2nd century - Conn Cetchathach king of Tara, Cathair Mor of Leinster, and Ailill Aulom of Munster, - whilst in scarcely any of them are mythological personages absent when we go farther back than A.D.
Dyma ardal Jemima Niclas, a Dewi Emrys, y mor ar mynydd, yr Adar ar blodau gwylltion.
The sheltered anchorage inlet on the north side of Eilean Mor.
Perhaps it's too MOR, too clean-cut, too caucasian male, to attract hype.
dykeny readers will be familiar with the superbly built drystane dike on the Bealach Mor, lowest point of the ridge of Suilven.
isotope systematics will be compared to current knowledge of MOR hydrothermal fluids.
Heathland (User Rating: 1.00 | Length: 2.3 Pages) Heathland Heathlands have a mor (acid) soil.
mor hawdd cael gafael arnynt ar ein strydoedd, er gwaethaf ymdrechion ein heddlu ardderchog.
mor wir ar Ar Behind the Witchtower.
mor fawr yn cael eu hystyried.
Mae llawer o'r canlyniadau gofal iechyd sydd gennym mor dda am fod ein sector sylfaenol mor gryf.
Gwn nad yw hynny'n wir ar hyn o bryd, ond dylai fod yn ofynnol cael caniatÃ¢d cynllunio, waeth pa mor uchel ydynt.
Fodd bynnag, mae yr un mor berthnasol i'r ddadl hon.
It is believed that of the ceol mor or piobaireachd that Iain Dall wrote, twenty-four works survive.
spitting vitriol toward MOR safety in his " James Taylor Marked for Death " piece.
The trace elements and isotope systematics will be compared to current knowledge of MOR hydrothermal fluids.
Certainly in the 16th century Eilean Mor provided shelter to the houses and barns of a farming township.
Yet I think of Lester Bangs, spitting vitriol toward MOR safety in his " James Taylor Marked for Death " piece.
Contemporary with him was Neill Mor O'Neill (see below), lord of Clanaboy, from whose son Brian was descended the branch of the O'Neills who, settling in Portugal in the 18th century, became prominent among the Portuguese nobility, and who at the present day are the representatives in the male line of the ancient Irish kings of the house of O'Neill.
The Clanaboy (or Clandeboye) branch of the O'Neills descended from the ancient kings through Neill Mor O'Neill, lord of Clanaboy in the time of Henry VIII., ancestor (as mentioned above) of the Portuguese O'Neills.
(From de Rossi.) drunk in the chapels of the martyrs, placing their excesses to the score of religious reverence for the dead " (August., De Mor.
A number of trials of skill between the Christian missionary and Loigaire's Druids ensue, and the final result seems to have been that the monarch, though unwilling to embrace the foreign creed, undertook to protect the Christian bishop. At a later date the saint was probably invited by Loigaire to take part in the codification of the Senchus Mor in order to represent the interests of the Christian communities.
M?[aughfin .. ?Mor Ã‚° D Ao,;?:,K Frederick.
MORMAOR, or Mormaer (from two Gaelic words mor, great, and maor, a steward or bailiff), a title used to designate the rulers of the seven provinces into which Celtic Scotland, i.e.
Neither did wee thinke much to consult the Translators or Commentators, Chaldee, Hebrewe, Syrian, Greeke, or Latine, no mor the Spanish, French, Italian or Dutch [German]; neither did we disdaine to reuise that which we had done, and to bring back to the anuill that which we had hammered: but hauing and vsing as great helpes as were needfull, and fearing no reproch for slownesse, nor coueting praise for expedition, wee haue at the length, through the good hand of the Lord vpon vs, brought the worke to that passe that you see."
Gyro- phora), and even After Schwendener, from De Bary's Vergleichende Mor s t i p i t a t e (e.g.
The first chieftain of mark in the family was Goffraidh (Godfrey), son of Donnell Mor O'Donnell (d.
It combines with the Swedish word mor, meaning earth, to add a touch of sacred ground to the winery.
Torii Mor is located in Dundee, smack dab in the middle of Oregon Pinot Noir country.
His wines express the Burgundian style that Oregon is noted for and the Torii Mor Pinot Noir 2003 fits the mold.
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