Dillon (Myles)

(1900 – 1972)

9524.
Royal Irish Academy: Contributions to a dictionary of the Irish language.
Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1939–1976.
Complementing the Dictionary of the Irish language.

A. Arr. by Anne O’Sullivan & E. G. Quin. 1964-1967. 2 fascc. 484 + [10] coll.
B. General editor: E.G.Q. Arr. by Maura Carney and Máirín O Daly, 1975. 246 + [2] coll.
C. General editor: E.G.Q. Arr. by M. C., Próinséas Ní Chatháin, M.O.D. and Pádraig Ó Fiannachta 1968-1974. 3 fascc. 640 + [4] coll.
D [deagra - dúus]. Arr. by Mary E. Byrne & Maud Joynt. 1959-1960. 2 fascc. 460 + [6] coll. Prep. for the press, with adds., by A.O’S. & E.G.Q.
G. Arr. by M.E.B. 1955. 178 + [4] coll. Rev. and seen through the press by Myles Dillon.
H. General editor: E.G.Q. Arr. by M. C., 1976. 2 coll.
I. Arr. by M.O.D. & A.O’S. 1952. 2 fascc. 334 + [6] (= pp. i-iii) coll.
L. General editor: E. G. Q. Arr. by M.O.D. & P. Ó F. 1966. 252 + [6] coll.
M. Arr. by M. J. [1939]. 208 + [4] coll.
N, O, P. Arr. by M.J. [1940]. 212 + [4] coll.
R. Arr. by M.J. 1944. 124 + [4] coll.
S. General editor: E. G. Q. 1953. 434 + [6] coll. Arr. by M.J., Teresa Condon, M.O.D., A.O’S. & E.G.Q.
T. Arr. by David Greene & E.G.Q. 1943-48. 2 fascc. 394 + [6] coll.
U. Arr. by T. C. 1942. 98 + [4] coll. Seen through the press by Eleanor Knott.

Rev. by
Karl Horst Schmidt, in ZCP 36 (1978), p. 262 (C).

Byrne (Mary E.), Carney (Maura), Condon (Teresa), Dillon (Myles), Joynt (Maud), Knott (Eleanor), Ní Chatháin (Próinséas), O Daly (Máirín), Ó Fiannachta (Pádraig), O’Sullivan (Anne), Quin (E. G.) (gen. ed.)
16180.
Dillon (Myles) (ed.): Stories from the Acallam.
MMIS, 23. Dublin: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1970. xxv + 54 pp.
[= BILL 5221.]

Rev. by
Ruth P. M. Lehmann, in Speculum 47/1 (Jan., 1972), pp. 116-117.
8679.
Dillon (Myles): Bailte Árainn Mhóir, Co. na Gaillimhe.
In Dinnseanchas 5 (1972–1973), p. 3.
2994.
Dillon (Myles): The uses of the preverb to in Old Irish.
In Fs. Sommerfelt (1972), pp. 42–50.
251.
Dillon (Myles): The consecration of Irish kings.
In Celtica 10 (1973), pp. 1–8.
This includes, as in Vedic tradition, the recitation of poems in praise of his ancestors on the occasion of a king’s consecration.
252.
Dillon (Myles): A poem on the kings of the Eóganachta.
In Celtica 10 (1973), pp. 9–14.
The poems Énna, Labraid, luad cáich and Cú cen Máthair maith cland, which are almost identical from Míl to Adam, are recensions of Leinster and Munster genealogy respectively. The six short poems which follow the latter (Eóganacht) poem in all the manuscripts are supplementary quatrains for each branch of the Eóganachta.
253.
Dillon (Myles): Vestiges of the Irish dialect of East Mayo.
In Celtica 10 (1973), pp. 15–21.
Includes the phonetic transcription of five short texts (with transl.), recorded in 1949 from James Duffy (†1959), Sheheens, Kilmovee, Co. Mayo.
11448.
Dillon (Myles): Celt and Hindu.
Bergin lectures, 3. Dublin: University College Dublin, 1973. 19 pp.
1807.
Celtica 11 (1976): Myles Dillon memorial volume.
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
portr.

Rev. by
Édouard Bachellery, in ÉtC 16 (1979), pp. 309-314.
Conn R. Ó Cléirigh, in Éigse 17/2 (1977-1978), pp. 270-273.
Morfydd E. Owen, in StC 12-13 (1977-1978), pp. 492-497.
Dillon (Myles) (hon.)
289.
Dillon (Myles): The Irish settlements in Wales.
In Celtica 12 (1977), pp. 1–11 (= O’Donnell lecture, Oxford, 1971; prepared for publication by Rolf Baumgarten).
Baumgarten (Rolf) (ed.)
884.
Lindeman (Fredrik Otto): Varia: IV. 2. A note on Serglige Con Culainn.
In Ériu 35 (1984), pp. 204–205.
Takes -da- as an infixed pronoun in conda rucus ‘and I brought him’; vs. M. Dillon, SCC line 677.
Dillon (M.) (ref.)