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dúiseacht could be a grammatical form of: dúisigh »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
dúiseacht, f. (gs. ~a).1. vn. of dúisigh. 2. State of being awake, aroused. Bheith i do dhúiseacht, to be awake. Idir chodladh is dhúiseacht, between sleeping and waking. Duine a chur ina dhúiseacht, to waken, rouse, s.o. ~ a bhaint as duine, to rouse, stir up, startle, s.o. ~ a bhaint as rudaí, to make things go, hum. ~ a bhaint as giorria, to start a hare. Le ~ an lae, at daybreak. S.a. madra11(a).(Var:dúisceadh m, ~áil f)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé idir a chodladh is a dhúiseacht, he is half asleep.
~ a dhúiseacht, to arouse passion.
Duine a dhúiseacht as a chodladh, to wake s.o. from sleep.
Dúiseacht (as do chodladh), to awaken (from sleep).
Giorria, sionnach, a dhúiseacht, to start a hare, a fox.
Taibhse a dhúiseacht, to raise a ghost.
Inneall a dhúiseacht, to start an engine.
Seanchuimhní a dhúiseacht, to evoke old memories.
Léann a dhúiseacht, to inspire learning.
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