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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
nod1, s. 1 a Sméideadh m, claonadh m cinn. He answered with a nod, chlaon sé a cheann mar fhreagra. b Bagairt f cinn (ag tabhairt ordaithe). She has him at her nod, tá sé ar teaghrán aici. 2 He gave me a nod, chroith sé a cheann orm. 3 He is in the land of nod, tá sé ina chnap chodlata, ar mhargadh na holla.
nod2, v.tr. & i. 1 To nod one's head, do cheann a chlaonadh. To nod to s.o., (i) comhartha cinn a dhéanamh le duine; (ii) beannú do dhuine leis an gceann. He nodded to me to do it, sméid sé orm ag iarraidh orm a dhéanamh. To nod assent, aontú le claonadh den cheann. 2 He was nodding asleep, bhí a néal ag titim air. Even Homer sometimes nods, ní bhíonn saoi gan locht.
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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Toys: Nodding mandarin, mandairín maigeach.
I have a nodding acquaintance with him, tá smear-aithne agam air.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To give, to drop, s.o. a hint, leid, nod a thabhairt do dhuine.
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