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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
buinne1, m. (gs. ~, pl. -nní).1. (Of plant) Shoot. Dul i m~, to shoot up; to sprout. 2. (a)(Of water, etc.) Torrent, spout. ~ díleann, spate, torrent; racing tide. S.a. léim12 (e).(b)Vet:~ dearg, red murrain. 3. Mus: Reed. 4. Fig:(a)~ feirge, wave of anger. Bhí ~ mór faoi, he was in a great rush, all excited. (b)(Of person) Scion.
buinne2, m. (gs. ~, pl. -nní). 1. Basketry: Course of interwoven rods, wale. ~ béil, rim-wale. ~ láir, táise, central wale. ~ cúil, íochtair, bottom wale. ~ (dín), line of twigs binding eaves (of thatched roof). Cliabh a líonadh go ~ béil, go ~ bruach, to fill a creel to the very top. Lán go ~ (béil), (of vessel, etc.) full to the brim. Tá an ~ béil agat air, you have laid the framework for the job. S.a. fál11. 2. Hoop. ~ bairille, hoop of barrel. 3. Ridge. ~ sliasta, ridge of thigh-bone. 4. (Of shoe) Welt. 5. (Of vessel) Projecting lip, flange. 6. Band, bracelet. 7. Mec.E: Shroud.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Buinne ~ díleann, rushing torrent of water.
~ buinne, enclosing hedge.
~ buinne, gush of water.
2. ~ (buinní), scour, diarrhoea.
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