IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ag ~ orainn, gazing (in wonder) at us.
Tá an bháisteach san ~ orainn, the rain is in our faces.
Ná tabhair ~ an phobail orainn, don’t draw everybody’s attention to us.
Ná bí ~ orainn inár ngníomhartha, do not punish us for our deeds.
Tháinig siad ~ agus aniar orainn, they took us front and rear.
Bheadh na comharsana ~ orainn, the neighbours would be down on us.
Bhí an sagart ~ orainn faoi na damhsaí, the priest was giving out to us about the dances.
Beidh costas na scéime orainn, we will have to bear the cost of the scheme.
Tá obair mhaslach orainn, we are doing fatiguing work.
~ ó Dhia orainn, God save us.
Ag ~ orainn, watching us closely.
Ná bí i gcónaí ag ~ orainn, don’t be for ever correcting, criticizing, us.
Rug an oíche orainn, the night came on us.
Gach lá dá mbeireann orainn, every day we live.
Fágadh an bheith sin orainn, we are fated to be like that.
Ag biathú na gcloch orainn, showering stones at us.
Tá, tháinig, ~ orainn, there is an increase in our family.
Tús na ~e ag Dia orainn, God is our principal judge.
Cén bhrí ach gur tháinig an fhearthainn orainn? What matter but that we were caught in the rain?
Bhí ~ orainn as a n-éachtaí, we were proud of their achievements.
Tá siad ag brú aniar orainn, they are pressing in on us from behind.
Déanfaidh sé ~ orainn, he will knock spots off us.
Fágadh an ~ sin orainn, we can’t help being like that.
Buadh glan orainn, we were well beaten.
Bhí sé ag breathnú orainn i g~ na faide, he kept looking at us all the time.
Ag ~ ár gcoda orainn, grabbing our portion.
Tá ~ mhaith orainn, we are in a good way, well off.
Níor chas sé orainn ó shin, he hasn’t come back to us since.
An té is ~ orainn, linn, the person we are concerned about.
Níl aon cheal orainn, we want for nothing.
Tá siad (i bhfad) chun cinn orainn, they are (far) ahead of us.
Cheil sé a intinn orainn, he disguised his intention from us.
~ do ghreann orainn, keep your jokes to yourself, stop teasing us.
Cuireadh ~eanna staire orainn, we were asked questions in history.
An méid is ~ orainn, all who concern us.
Is iomaí lá ag an g~ orainn, we will be dead long enough.
Bhí ~ orainn, war was being made on us.
Tá siad ag ~ orainn, they are watching, looking at, us.
Nuair atá an tsláinte againn níl ~ orainn, while we have our health we are not too badly off.
~ Dé orainn! God bless us!
Is beag an ~ atá orainn, we have little comfort; we are not much at ease.
Ag déanamh concais orainn, crowing over, tantalising, us.
Rinne siad é mar choncas orainn, they did it to annoy us.
Go bhfairsingí Dia na cóngair orainn, God grant us an abundance of material comforts.
Ag teacht ~ ar aghaidh orainn, coming full at us.
Tá fear ~ agaibh orainn, you have a man more than we have.
Chros sé an bia orainn, he forbade us to take the food.
Chruaigh an cás orainn, our position became (more) difficult.
Ag crústach cloch orainn, pelting us with stones.
Bhí sé ag cur cúinsí orainn, he was enquiring about our affairs.