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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tit ar, v.i. 1. Fall on. Thit sé ar a ghlúine, he fell on his knees. Thit cloch orm, a stone fell on me. 2. Fall to lot of. Thit an oidhreacht orthu, the inheritance fell to them. Is orm a thit an obair, it fell to me to do the work. Dá dtitfeadh an spéir orm, even if the sky should fall on me. S.a. crann 8(a).3. Decline, drift, towards. Bhí an bád ag ~im ar an trá, the boat was drifting towards the strand. 4. Descend on. Thit néal orm, I dozed off. Thit an aicíd ar na prátaí, the blight came over the potatoes. 5. Occur on. Thit Lá Nollag ar an Aoine, Christmas Day fell on a Friday. 6. (With isteach) Thit sé isteach ar fheirm bheag, he fell in for a small farm.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé ag titim ar a bhata, he is becoming stooped with age, decrepit.
Titim ~ ar bhonn le chéile, to fall side by side; to get old together.
Titim siar ar do chúiléith, to fall on the back of one’s head.
Titim ar ~, to fall to the ground.
Titim de phlab san uisce, ar an urlár, to plash down in the water, flop down on the floor.
Tá mo shúile ag titim ar a chéile, I can’t keep my eyes open.
Ag ~im ar gcúl, chun deiridh, falling behind.
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