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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
seacht, num. s. & a. Seven. 1. m. (gs. ~, pl. ~anna).(a) (In counting; usually preceded by particle a. See a3)A ~, seven. A ~ déag, seventeen. Fiche a ~, a ~ is fiche, twenty-seven. Céad is a ~, one hundred and seven. A ~ is a ~, seven and seven. (A) ~ nó (a) hocht de leathanaigh, seven or eight pages. Uimhir a ~, number seven. (b)Ceithre sheacht, four sevens. Faoi sheacht, seven times, sevenfold. (c) (Of figure, series) Tá an ~ agam, I have the seven. An ~ máite, the seven of trumps. Fág an ~ ar lár, omit the seven. 2. (Followed by sg. or pl. of noun and pl. of adjective; eclipses) ~ gcaora, ~ n-uan, seven sheep, seven lambs. ~ mbliana déag, seventeen years. ~ n-uaire fichead, twenty-seven times. ~ gcéad punt, seven hundred pounds. ~ n-oileán uaigneacha thréigthe, seven lonely and deserted islands. 3. (Used as intensifying adjective) Rinne mé mo sheacht ndícheall leis, I did the very best I could with it. Tá do sheacht ndóthain le déanamh agat cheana féin, you have much more than enough to do already. Go mba ~ bhfearr a bheidh siad bliain ó inniu, may their prosperity increase sevenfold in the coming year. S.a. aithne11, anam 1, síon.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bus a seacht, the (number) seven bus; the seven (o’clock) bus.
Tá ~ mhaith, na seacht n-~, agam air, I know him well, intimately.
(Mo) sheacht mh’~ thú! Bravo! Well done!
Fuair mé na seacht m~ le pianta i mo ghoile, I suffered untold agonies with stomach pains.
Mo sheacht m~ ort! Bravo! Good for you!
~, mo bheannacht, mo sheacht m~, leat, farewell; my blessings go with you.
Claíomh seacht mbrutha, seven times tempered sword.
Seacht mba fionna ina gcarcracha, seven white cows in their pens.
~ tar éis, i ndiaidh, a seacht, a quarter past seven.
~ (dearg, na seacht n-easna), small scallop.
Le ~ na seacht nduine, na seacht sinsear, from time immemorial.
A trí i g~ a seacht, i g~ n, three to the seventh, to the nth, power.
Tá seacht gcúraimí an tsaoil air, he is carrying world on his shoulders.
Chuir sé ~anna, trí dhath, na seacht n~, de féin, he kept changing colour (repeatedly).
Seacht n~ (na Maighdine Muire), the seven dolours (of the Virgin Mary).
Tá a seacht n~ le rá acu, they talk far too much.
Ag éirí a seacht, coming up to seven.
A sé ~ a seacht, six by seven.
Seacht gcatha na Féinne, the seven warrior battalions commanded by Fionn.
Ní bhogfadh seacht gcatha na Féinne é, nothing could move him; he is adamant.
Mo sheacht n~ bheannacht ort! Good for you! I thoroughly approve of your action.
Tá seacht ngalair an tsléibhe air, he has every disease under the sun.
Seacht n~ eaglaise, seven ecclesiastical orders.
Tá seacht dtroithe ann, it measures seven feet.
Seacht n-iontais an domhain, the seven wonders of the world.
Seacht ~ na seachtaine, the seven days of the week.
Ghearr sé seacht dtroithe de ~ ard, he cleared seven feet in the high jump.
(Seacht) ~í an tsléibhe, skin irritations caused by exposure.
Ní thabharfá do sheacht ~ air, it is not worth a damn.
Seacht ~ de rud, seven ninetieths of sth.
Seacht n-~ de rud, seven-eighths of sth.
Seacht seachtaine ramhra, seven full, long, weeks.
~ a seacht (a chlog), before seven (o’clock).
Tá mo sheacht ~ agam, I have much more than enough.
Na seacht ~the, the seven wise men (of old).
(A) ~ nó (a) seacht de bhlianta ó shin, six or seven years ago.
Chuir sé (na seacht) ~ orm, he warned me (repeatedly) to be careful.
Seacht lá na ~e, the seven days of the week, all week.
Na seacht ~í, the seven wise men (of old).
Seacht ~ de rud, seven sixtieths of sth.
Mo sheacht ~, my forebears from time immemorial.
Lá na seacht ~, very stormy day.
Sheacht mh’anam do shliseog! Bravo! More power to your elbow!
Tá na seacht ~ ar an iomaire aige, he is up to his ears in work.
Tá seacht ~ ar gach iomaire aige, he is a man of great prosperity.
Thug na seacht bpunt anall mé, the seven pounds sufficed to bring me over.
Tá na seacht dteangacha aige, he is multilingual.
Seacht dtíolacthaí an Spioraid Naoimh, the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Seacht n-uaire níos fearr, seven times better.
Tá siad ina gcónaí in ~ a seacht, they live at number seven.
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