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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
native. I s. Dúchasach m, tíreach m. He speaks English like a native, tá Béarla aige mar a bheadh sé ó dhúchas aige. A native of this place, duine de thógáil na háite seo. II native, a. 1 (Of qualities, etc.) Nádúrtha, dúchasach. Native to s.o., sa nádúr ag duine. He spoke with native ease, bhí sé solabhartha ó dhúchas. 2 a (Of place) Dúchais. Native language, teanga dhúchais. My native land, mo thír dhúchais. b Native customs, dress, gnás, éadach, na tíre. 3 (Of mineral) Glan. 4 (Of plant, pers.) Dúchasach. A native rising, éirí amach ag tírigh.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
They were so named from their native parish, sloinneadh amhlaidh óna bparóiste dúchais iad.
He went back to his native land, d'fhill sé ar a thír dhúchais.
A native of the place, duine de thógáil na háite; duine as an áit.
My native shores, mo thír dhúchais.
One's native soil, an fód dúchais.
Tang of the soil, native tang, lorg m na tuaithe.
A native of Ulster, Ultach m.
He yearned for the sight of his native land, b'fhada leis go bhfeicfeadh sé a thír dhúchais.
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