They lie in a line drawn from the north-west to the south-east from iar Connaught to the county of Clare.
And of the like import are the nouns, iar and aur, formed from it.
iar viind intru sine, a zis; kicĭ argacĭ aĭ tatluĭ mieŭ sint indestulacĭ de piĭne, iar eŭ pĭeiŭ de foame.
Ach′iar, or At′char, an Indian condiment made of the young shoots of the bamboo pickled.
iar is in common use in the Irish dialect, signifying after.
Jus′ticeship, office or dignity of a justice or judge; Justic′iary, Justic′iar, an administrator of justice: a chief-justice.
Killeany was the ancient capital, formerly the residence of the lords of the manor of iar Connaught.
iar viind intru sine, a zis: kicĭ argacĭ aĭ tatluĭ mieŭ sint indestulacĭ de piĭne, iar eŭ pĭeiŭ de foame.
Einer'iar, the hall of Odin, and asylum of warriors slain in battle.