Aimsíodh breis is 50 alt. Níl á liostú anseo ach an 30 ceann is fearr a fhreagraíonn do d'iarratas.
Owen Lloyd’ an chaoi ar shínigh sé a ainm ach chuir ‘Eugene’ in éineacht leis ··· The fact that the above couple were not recorded as having a son Owen/Eugene would not necessarily mean that they did not have a son of this name in that it is possible that his birth/ baptism went unrecorded’ ··· Bhí ceolchoirm ar siúl ar 12 Márta 1896 ag an gConradh i gCorcaigh agus thuairiscigh Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge, Aibreán 1896: ‘Mr Owen Lloyd, the celebrated harpist, contributed prominently to the success of the entertainment’ ··· Pearse, of Dublin, and Miss Nora Twemlow, of Dalkey, both of whom are pupils of the eminent harpist, Mr Owen Lloyd’ ··· Sa pháipéar céanna tá tagairt dó in imeachtaí Choiste na bhFoilseachán den Chonradh: ‘The committee have in contemplation the publication, at a popular price, of a collection of harp music, the editing of which will be undertaken by Mr Owen Lloyd’
Chaitheadh Owen laethanta saoire an tsamhraidh ag obair leis i leabharlann Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann agus lean air nuair a d’éirigh sé as an ollúnacht ··· In innéacs uachtanna 1871 sa Chartlann Náisiúnta tá an cur síos seo: ‘Owen Connellan, late of Emor Street, South Circular Road, Dublin, Professor of the Irish Language, Queen’s University, Cork, deceased, who died 4 August 1871 ··· In Alumni Dubliniensis tá Thomas Connellan liostaithe, mac léinn darb aois 29 a chuaigh isteach i gColáiste na Tríonóide 1 Bealtaine 1854, ‘Son Of Owen, Professor of Celtic, Queen’s College, Cork’ ··· Tá nóta ar chaidreamh Owen le Lord George Hill[q.v.] sa réamhrá le List of Irish MSS in Cambridge Library (1986) le Pádraig de Brún agus Máire Herbert
Owen in Studia Celtica 22-23, 1987/8, mar aon le leabharliosta; ag Kenneth W ··· Deir Owen gur cuireadh meánoideachas uirthi sa Chlochar Ursalach i mBré ach ní raibh a léithéid de chlochar sa bhaile sin riamh; b’fhéidir gurbh i gClochar Loreto, Bré, a bhí sí ··· Quin[q.v.] must have given Neans and her colleagues an almost unrivalled knowledge of the Irish language’ (Owen) ··· and indeed without her help it is unlikely that it would have been published when it was’ (Owen) ··· She kept up with fellow-students from Paris and Scandinavia, students like myself whom she befriended in Dublin in the early sixties and the friends of students’ (Owen)
Owen); Éigse XXIV, 1990 (P.A ··· Owen:The Welsh Law of Women ··· D’oiriúnaigh a inniúlacht sa Ghearmáinis é don bpost taidhleora agus deir Owen: ‘His international academic career had equipped him well for such a post ··· ‘Beautifully written, this work was the result not only of research in written sources but also the result of interviews held with people up and down Italy’ (Owen) ··· Deir Owen: ‘He spent much of the war years working for the allied cause in England
Deir Mhág Craith: ‘He may be among the following McAwards pardoned on 26 February 1603: Owen Roe, William oge, Owen and Conor Roe... ··· For the Owen Roe in question was a chronicler from Kilbarron.’ D’imigh sé thar sáile leis na hiarlaí i Meán Fómhair 1607
Owen McCarthy, otherwise Owen a Vereen; an eminent Poet, Historian, and Herald, in which his superior knowledge and singular Talents had rendered him very agreeable to such as had the Happiness of his Company; and his Death is very much lamented by his acquaintances'
Chorcaí, a rugadh é (‘Owen’) ar 13 Nollaig 1891 ··· Owen McKenna, sáirsint sa Chonstáblacht Ríoga, a athair agus ba í Hannah Mary Kelly ó Dhrom Sceiche, Mala, a mháthair
Ba é Owen Young agus Olivia Bell a thuismitheoirí ··· Réice ba ea Owen; bhochtaigh sé a chlann agus níl sé luaite fiú in iontráil Mhaitiú in Alumni Dubliniensis
Ba bheag aird a thabharfaí ar an leabhar murach gur cháin sé in 1833 leabhar urnaí a bhí tagtha ó Owen Connellan[q.v.] agus gur ionsaigh sé Thady Connellan[q.v.] ag an am céanna ··· Liostaigh Owen na botúin go léir a bhí ina ghraiméar agus san eagrán póca de Bhíobla William Bedell a raibh lámh ag Mason ann
Meastar gur shagart ba ea Eoghan agus gurbh é an duine é a ainmníodh i liosta sagart 1704: Owen Donnelly, 55 bliain d’aois, a d’oirnigh Oilibhéar Pluincéad i 1672 i mBaile Bhalraic in aice le Dún Dealgan, áit a raibh séipéal dóibe ag an bPluincéadach ··· He must have been a pupil at the schools in Drogheda, and after his ordination may have gone abroad for some years.’ Sa chuntas céanna deir sé: ‘It is interesting to note that Dr Patrick O’Donnelly who registered in 1704 had the same guarantor as Owen O’Donnelly i.e
Scríobhaí é a bhfuil a shaothar luaite faoin ainm ‘Mr Owen Kiph’ ag Lhuyd [q.v.] in Archaeologia Britannica, 1707
Bhí a athair agus uncail leis i bpríosún in Wormwood Scrubs, in Wandsworth agus in Frongoch i ndiaidh 1916: tá Owen Hughes, Achadh Ghobhair, agus Charles [Cathal/Cormac] Hughes, Cathair na Mart, liostaithe ag Seán O Mahony in Frongoch: University of Revolution, 1987; toisc a óige a bhí sé is go dtí Bellini in Albain a cuireadh a uncail Pádraig ··· Out of this simplicity grew a strength which formed the monument we knew as Owen Hughes
Aistriúcháin eile leis is ea: An Dá Theaghlach, 1955 (Straeon y Pentan le Daniel Owen); Féin-Scríbhinn Mhinistéara, 1960 (Rhys Lewis le Daniel Owen)
Dar le litir a scríobh an Cláraitheoir i Leitir Ceanainn 27 Samhain 1995 gurbh iad a thuismitheoirí James Columb agus Mary Columb agus gur Owen an t-ainm a tugadh air
D’aistrigh sé In Aimsir Eoghain Ruaidh, 1935 (In the Days of Owen Roe le James Murphy)
Ar an gCarraig i nGaoth Dobhair a rugadh é (Owen McBride) 1 Eanáir 1898 agus ba é an dara mac é ag Conal Anna Mac Giolla Bhríde (cé gur ‘Colum McBride’ atá sa teastas breithe) agus Máire Nic Ghiolla Easbuic (Máire Eoghain Rua nó Mary Gillespie)
Geraghty a d’fhoilsigh The Annals of the Four Masters, 1846 le Owen Connellan[q.v.]
Déantóir múnlaí sna longcheártaí a athair Owen
Tá cuntas gearr ag Owen O’Byrne air in Irish Book Lover, Márta 1913
Leagan Béarla is ea Waterford and Lismore diocese, (c.1953), Scríobh sé freisin: Seanphaidreacha na nDéise, (c.1954); History of Waterford City 853-/1170, 1953; Fr Owen Duffy, parish priest of Tubrid [gan dáta]
Ar 4 Samhain 1996 tiomnaíodh suíochán dá chuimhne i gceann de pháirceanna Dhún Éideann agus ba é an tOllamh Owen Dudley Edwards a thug óráid na hócáide sin
Tá cuntas air in Inis-Owen and Tirconnell, being some account of Antiquities and Writers of the Co
Tá luaite ag Owen Connellan [q.v.] in imleabhar a cúig d’imeachtaí an chumainn go raibh an saothar seo á ullmhú dóibh
Ón gcruitire dall Owen Keenan a d’fhoghlaim sé ceol
Deireadh Fómhair agus Nollaig 1793 in éineacht le haistriúchán ar an ‘Seachrán’; Philip McKiernan a bhailigh iad an uair sin ó ‘Owen McIntire, an intinerant poet, piper and antiquarian’
Bhí feirm bheag ag a athair Owen, agus Mary Andy a thugtaí ar a mháthair, ar de mhuintir Bhaoighill í féin freisin
D’éag sé 24 Eanáir 1969 i dteach a iníne, Mrs Owen McHugh, sa Mhuileann gCearr
Is mar seo a líonadh isteach foirm 1911: Denis (49); Bridget (40); Patrick (18), siúinéir; John (17), siúinéir; Dan (14); James (12); Brian (10); Kate (8); Denis (6); Owen (4); Condy (mí d’aois)
Tá cuntas air ag Owen Dudley Edwards in Portraits: Belvedere College Dublin 1832-1982, 1982 in eagar ag John Bowman agus Ronan O’Donoghue
Owen ab ainm dá sheanathair agus is dóigh gurb in an fáth a d’úsáideadh sé Eoghan mar dhara hainm
Faoi a fágadh na socruithe ginearálta ceoil le haghaidh Oireachtas 1901 a dhéanamh; bhí sé ina mholtóir ar amhránaíocht agus, in éineacht le Owen Lloyd [q.v.], ar cheol uirlise
Ba í Caitlín an aintín ab ansa le Owen Sheehy-Skeffington
Faoi Dhaonáireamh 1901 bhí an t-athair marbh agus sa teach ag 16 An tSráid Mhór sa Chaisléan Riabhach bhí Bridget Forde, baintreach, ceannaí ginearálta (50); a mac Francis (24), cúntóir siopa a raibh Gaeilge aige; a mac John (20), cúntóir siopa a raibh Gaeilge aige; Michael, dalta scoile (15); Owen (12), dalta scoile a raibh Gaeilge aige
4860], (b) “Morris McDa Duff, of Pallice, Ellean ny Owen, his wife, John Mc Da Duff of same,..
Doherty in Inis-Owen and Tirconnell, 1895 (athfhriotal ag Simms)
It runs thus: Peter, the son of Luke, who was the son of William the son of Luke, who was the son of John, who was the son of Donnell, the son of Donogh, who was the son of Owen More, head of the O Dalys of Kilconnell in 1656, and relative of Colonel Dermot O Daly, who fought against Cromwell at the battle of Kilconnell
In The Sword of Light, 1939 deir Desmond Ryan: ‘Owen Connellan [q.v.] described this now forgotten book very charitably, as written with too much haste, under adverse circumstances, but abounding in brilliant passages of great spirit and beauty, with many powerful invectives against anti-Irish writers.’ Deir Ryan freisin: ‘This quaint character lived in miserable lodgings and dined on penny rolls and glasses of buttermilk.’ Bhí sé ar dhuine de bhunaitheoirí an Gaelic Society in 1806—deir an Casaideach gurbh é an chéad rúnaí é ach b’fhéidir nár chaith sé ach tamall an-ghairid sa phost—agus iarradh air ‘dissertations illustrative of those subjects more intimately connected with the language and antiquities of Ireland’ a ullmhú don chumann
The sale-catalogue of the contents of his library, auctioned in Dublin in 1902, listed 21 manuscripts, several of them now in learned institutions here and in England.’ Tá cuntas ar a lámhscríbhinní agus ar a chaidreamh le scríobhaithe agus scoláirí mar Owen Connellan[q.v.] sa réamhrá le List of Irish MSS in Cambridge Library, 1986 le Pádraig de Brún agus Máire Herbert
Thug Owen Connellan[B6] ar iasacht dó cóip a bhí leasaithe agus ceartaithe ag Peadar Ó Conaill[B6]; i seilbh an Tiarna George Augusta Hill[B6] a bhí an bhunscríbhinn
Phós sé Mary Simms in 1956 agus bhí ceathrar páistí acu, Owen, Úna, agus Brigid, chomh maith le Conor, a cailleadh in 1986 agus é 22 bliain d’aois
I gCorcaigh ní raibh aon ollamh le Gaeilge ná múinteoirí Gaeilge sa choláiste ó d’fhág Owen Connellan [q.v.] a phost in 1862 go dtí gur tugadh obair d’Osborn Bergin [B2] in 1897
Labhair sé go searbhasach i dtaobh Owen Connellan [q.v.] agus Ó Donnabháin a bheith ceaptha mar ollúna i gCorcaigh agus i mBéal Feirste; don Athair Domhnall Ó Súilliobháin [q.v.] a thabharfadh sé féin post Chorcaí
Bhí obair á fáil aige le tamall san Acadamh, ar chuid di an t-inneács céadlínte agus an t-innéacs ginearálta do chláir na lámhscríbhinní Gaeilge i gcomhar le Owen Connellan [q.v.] agus Pól, agus ceapadh ina scríobhaí ann é in 1865 tar éis bhás Eoghain Uí Chomhraí [q.v.] agus lean sé leis an obair sin go deireadh a shaoil
In Nua-Léamha deir Ó Muraíle faoina dhiscréidí a bhí Cathal Ó Conchubhair faoin gcéad chuntas ar an dúnmharú: ‘Tharlódh go raibh cúis aige leis an discréid a léirigh sé: ó mo thaighde féin, measaim go bhfuil seans láidir ann gur gharmhac é Thomas Crofton le duine de ghaolta Chathail – gur cosúil go raibh bean darbh ainm Onóra, iníon Ruaidhrí Uí Chonchubhair Dhoinn, ina seanmháthair aige.’ Ach is é focal scoir Uí Mhuraíle: ‘In the end, when all possible avenues have been explored, we are compelled to confess that the precise identity of Thomas Crofton who murdered Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh and the precise circumstances that provoked the crime are likely to forever remain a mystery.’ Scríobh scoláire eile Thír Fhiachrach, Owen Connellan[B6], gur i gCill Ghlas, Co
Nuair a bhí an raic faoi James Owen Hannay [B4] ar siúl thuairiscigh Sinn Féin 6 Deireadh Fómhair 1906: ‘A Gaelic League organiser—Mr Fitzhenry—then proposed an amendment, the effect of which was to exclude Mr Hannay and the chairman supported the amendment, giving as his reason for doing so that it excluded the Rev
Saolaíodh deichniúr páistí don lánúin seo, Mary Anne, Margaret, Elizabeth, Patrick, Owen, Thomas, Peter, Brigid, Conchúr agus Constantine (Conn)
In 1846 foilsíodh aistriúchán Beárla le Owen Connellan[B6]