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PostPosted: Fri 18 Jan 2013 1:17 am 
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meabhair = mind / memory /awareness (of mind)

chur go glan mheabhair = memorize

as do mheabhair = insane




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PostPosted: Mon 21 Jan 2013 12:49 am 
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laidhricín = little finger / little toe

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ladhar = space between fingers / toe / claw / prong

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PostPosted: Mon 21 Jan 2013 12:54 am 
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crap = pull in / fold sail / shrink



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PostPosted: Fri 25 Jan 2013 2:01 am 
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seanchas = folklore


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PostPosted: Sun 27 Jan 2013 12:24 am 
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A few T words -

taithí = experience
as taithí = out of practice

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tais = damp
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taisce = store / treasure
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tairiscint = offer
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táille = fee
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PostPosted: Sun 27 Jan 2013 10:03 pm 
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A few words beginning with O -

obair = work
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ócáid = occasion
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ofráil = offering
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óg = young
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ola = oil
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olann = wool
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ómós = respect / homage
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onóir = honour
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ór = gold
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osna = sigh
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othar = patient / invalid
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PostPosted: Thu 07 Feb 2013 11:15 pm 
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faic = nothing

No it's not a swearword :D
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PostPosted: Sun 03 Mar 2013 11:53 pm 
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maith / Tá mé go maith.

Good OR well / I am well.


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PostPosted: Sat 09 Mar 2013 12:24 am 
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gorm = blue
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glas = green / grey / blue (in the old days)

glas = lock (Bhí glas ar an doras glas= the green door was locked)
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liath = grey
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PostPosted: Sat 09 Mar 2013 1:03 am 
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ACHOIMRE / SUMMARY

abhaile
abhainn
adharc
aireachtáil
aiteall
amadán
amharc
anam
ann
bácús
bád
bád
baile
báinín
bainne
balla
béal
binn

boladh
bos
bréidín
breosla
brónach
buatais
cailín
caoch
cara
carabad
cas
cat
ceal
ceol
ciall
cladhaire
cleamhnas
cliamhain
cliste
cluife
cniotáil
cnoc
cogar
cogar
coinníoll
crann/croinnte
craol
crap
creamhaire
cruachan
cruachán
cruatan
crúca
cúng
cúntach
currach
dab
daitheachaí
dall
dallamullóg
damhán alla
dealbhóireacht
dealg
dearg
dea-scéal
deatach
deireaball
domhain
domhan
dona
dorcha
dream
dreoilín
drochshaol
drogall
éadan
eascaine
eascann
easna
easóg
eitleán
Eochaill
eochair
faic
feamainn
feamainn
fear
féar
fearr
feilméara
fiúntach
fliuch
fola, ag cur
fonnadóir
fraoch
fuil
Gaillimh
gairdín
gal
gar
garbh
géarchúiseach
geonaíl
gíoscán
glas
goilliúnach
goirín
gorm
gorta
gréasaí
gruaig
guna
gúna
húicéir
i ndán
iasc
ím
in ann
ionga
lách
lacha
ladhar
laidhricín
laidhricín
lao
leaba
leas
leath-bhád
leibide
leis
liath
liathachán
long
lorga
luath
madra
madra rua
maith
mala/malaí
mallacht
mantach
meabhair
meall
méaracán púca
meigeall
Meireacá
milleán
min
mionn
monarcan
muir
múr
naomhóg
nead
neascóid
Nollaig shona/Nollaig mhaith
obair
ócáid
ocras
ofráil
óg
oibliogáid
Oíche Shamhna
óinseach
ola
olann
ómós
onóir
ór
osna
othar
peictiúr
pingin
pisreoga(í)
pleota
pluic
pluid
pota
réamhrá
rósamh
sagart
salach
scaitheamh
sceach
scéiniúil
scian
scoil
scóladh
scríobadh
seabhac
séanas
seanchas
seangán
searrach
seilide
síneadh láimhe
sioc
sionnach
siosúr
siotach
slabhra
snáthaid
sneachta
sop
stoirm
suantraí
tá ocras orm
táille
tairiscint
tais
taisce
taithí
talamh
taosc
tarbh
téagarthacht
teaghlach
teallach
tinn
tirim
tochais
togair
toirneach
tom
tráithnín
trap
trom
tuirseach
tur
tútach
uaidh
uaigh
ubh
urlár

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