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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
com1, m. (gs. coim, pl. ~anna). 1. Coomb, cirque, mountain recess. 2 = coim1. (Var:gs. ~a)
com2, m. (gs. coim, pl. ~anna).Knot on rope, etc., to prevent ravelling.
com3 = cam1.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Coim chaol, slender waist.
Do lámh a chur faoi choim duine, to put one’s hand round s.o.’s waist.
Bhí an t-uisce go ~ air, the water came up to his middle.
~ cláirsí, body of harp.
~ gan mhuinchillí, sleeveless garment.
Bhí scian faoina choim leis, he had a knife under his cloak, concealed on his person.
Faoi choim, under cover, in secret.
Rud a dhéanamh faoi choim, to do sth. on the quiet.
Cuairt, comhrá, faoi choim, secret visit, conversation.
Thug sé leis faoi choim é, he took it on the sly.
Faoi choim na hoíche, under cover of night.
Le ~ na hoíche, at nightfall.
~ faoi do choim é, put it round your waist.
Bhí crios ~na choim, there was a belt round his waist.
Com, taobh, ~, slender waist, side.
Ceangail ~ thar do choim é, tie it back round your waist.
Coim shingil, slender waist.
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