Thursday, December 20, 2012
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
 croiceann : craiceann
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
teip : tiob v. 1. fail, ‘prove too much for’ (Mon., Om. Din.) (a.) dá dtiobfadh an iarracht ar an fhear if the man's attempt would fail (Ó Méith) LÓM2. (b.) thiob sé orm I failed (Ó Méith) LÓM1. (c.) thiob orm I failed (Ó Méith) LÓM2. (d.) gur thiob sé orthu uilig that they all failed (Machaire Rois) SÓCR1. (e.) dá dtiobfadh an buille orm if my blow should fail me (Domhnach Maighean) TÓC13. 2. stop. (a.) thiob sé mé gan a dhul he stopped me from going (Ó Méith) SNH1. (b.) thiob sé mé he stopped me (Ó Méith) LÓM1.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012
thar prep. (a.) thairis an choirp above/over the body (corpse) (Ó Méith) ENA2. (b.) tháinig sé thar n-ais he came back (Ó Méith) LÓM2. (c.) sin an buachaill a bhí ag tabhairt na cionnaí óga thar siúl that is the boy who was taking the young ones away (Ó Méith) BMC2.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
cosúil /kosəl/ [cf. Sc. G. cosail] a. 1. (a.) middling (Wag.), alright, fine. tá mé ~ I am middling (Ó Méith) AUA3. (b.) muise chan fheil mé ach ~ sure I am just alright (Ard Macha) PMCM. (c.) tá sé ~ it is fine (Ó Méith) ÉÓA1. 2. quite. (a.) tá sé ~ tirim It is quite dry (Ó Méith) AUA4. (b.) go raibh sé ag éirí ~ aosta he was becoming quite aged in appearance (Ó Méith) POA1. 3. reasonably. tá mé ~ saibhir I am reasonably rich (Ó Méith) BNC2. 4. comparable. chan fheil ins an Fheadh duine ar bith ~ leis there is no one in the Fews comparable to him (Na Feá) SÓH1.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
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