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boinn- could be a grammatical form of: bonn »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
boinn-. For words not found under boinn- see bonn-.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Thug sé na boinn as, he ran off.
Bhain sé as (amach); bhain sé na cosa as; bhain sé as na cosa, na boinn, é, he ran away as fast as he could.
Dul ar do cheithre boinn, to go on all fours.
Imeacht sna boinn, i do chosa boinn, to go barefoot.
Duine a bhaint, a chur, dá bhoinn; na boinn a bhaint ó dhuine, to knock s.o. off his feet; to trip s.o. up.
Na boinn a bhaint, a thabhairt, as, to take to one’s heels.
Thug sé do na boinn é; bhain sé as na boinn é, he made off (on foot); he walked, ran, as fast as his legs could carry him.
Teacht chun boinn, to come forward, to come up to scratch.
Ní raibh aige ach boinn, the trail led him nowhere.
boinn, groundsel.
Boinn a chur ar bhróga, to put soles on shoes.
~ boinn, basic colour.
~ boinn, face of coin.
~ (boinn), footing.
Boinn a ghreagnú le tairní, to stud soles with nails.
sé ar an boinn, he took to his heels.
~ boinn, foot-rope (of net, thatch).
Thóg na boinn giotaí de ghloine bhriste, the tyres picked up bits of broken glass.
~ (boinn), tread (of tyre).
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