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- proper n. The Irish language as attested from the sixth to the tenth centuries A.D.
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- n. Irish Gaelic up to about 1100
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Eriu, II (Dublin); MEYER, Old Irish Treatise on the Psalter,
Latin for "[the kiss] of peace", pac [is], Old Irish póc; the word for rain, báisteach, is from baptizare, and meant originally "the water of baptism".