IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ Éireann, the face of Ireland; the Irish scene.
Ná déan ~ mhór Éireann de, don’t make a tissue of lies out of it.
~ fhear Éireann, a gathering of the men of Ireland.
D~ Éireann a thionól, a scor, to assemble, recess,
Plúr ban ~ann, the flower of Irish womanhood.
Dúshlán fhear ~ann, ar fhearaibh ~ann, a challenge to the men of Ireland.
I bhfad ~ann níos fearr, much better altogether.
Riamh ~ann nó go, until eventually.
Tá siad ar fheabhas Éireann, an domhain, they are extremely good; they are wonderfully well.
Fir Éireann, the men of Ireland, Irishmen.
~a (fear) Éireann, Alban, warrior-bands of Ireland, of Scotland.
Fianna Éireann, national insurrectionary scout body.
~ fear Éireann, the pick of the men of Ireland.
~ ban Éireann, the paragon of Irish womanhood.
Chuir siad ceithre cúigí Éireann ina cheann, they set the four provinces of Ireland against him.
~ Éireann, the West of Ireland.
~ (seirce) ban Éireann, the darling of the women of Ireland.
Bhí ~ Éireann acu ann, there was a vast number of them.
~ Éireann, the great circuit of Ireland.
Ríghe agus ~ Éireann, the kingship and sovereignty of Ireland.
In ~ Éireann, na hÉireann, in the east of Ireland.
~ ban Éireann, paragon of Irish women.
Is í ~ ban Éireann í, she is the flower of Irish women.
Fir Éireann uile d’aon ~, all the men of Ireland together.
T~ Éireann, Northern Ireland.