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Song-bird, éan ceoil.
Orn: Cardinal (-bird), éan cairdinéalach.
It changed into a bird, rinne éan de; rinneadh éan de.
To clip the wings of a bird, na sciatháin a bhearradh, a chiorrú, ag éan.
To keep early hours, luí leis an uan agus éirí leis an éan.
To fatten (up), (caora, éan, etc.) a ramhrú.
To be in full feather, (i) an chluimhreach a bheith curtha ag (éan); (ii) (of pers.) bheith gléasta gan cháim.
A queer fish, éan corr.
A bird that fluffs up its feathers, éan a thógann a chleití, a chluimhreach.
To set a bird free, éan a scaoileadh amach.
This bird differs from the others, tá an t-éan seo difriúil leis an gcuid eile.
The bird got out of its cage, d'éalaigh an t-éan as an gcás.
Green goose, éan m.
Animal, vegetable, bird, life, an t-ainmhí, an planda, an t-éan.
To lime birds, éin a cheapadh le glae glas.
Bird lore, seanchas m na n-éan.
A migratory bird, éan m imirce.
Nictitating membrane, scannán súile (éin).
Bird of ill omen, éan mí-áidh.
Social outcasts, éin mpl scoite.
Bird of paradise, éan parthais
Bird of passage, éan eachtrainn.
Birds of prey, éin chreiche.
To shoot a bird on the rise, éan a chaitheamh ag éirí dó.
The bird ruffles (up) its feathers, cuireann an t-éan colg air féin.
To shoot a bird, éan a chaitheamh, a chur anuas.
To take a (flying) shot at a bird, scaoileadh le héan (agus é ar eitleog).
To shy stones at birds, éin a chrústáil.
To shoot a bird sitting, éan luite a chaitheamh.
To fire at a sitter, scaoileadh le héan luite.
To throw stones at a bird, éan a chrústáil.
Sweeping flight, eitilt fhaoileanda (éin).
A tame bird, éan tí.
Bird's-foot trefoil, crobh m éin.
Young turkey, éan m turcaí.
Bird-watcher, fear m faire éan.
To shoot a bird on the wing, éan a chaitheamh agus é ar eitleog.
To wring a bird's neck, muineál éin a chasadh.
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