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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ín3 = inn2.
-ín1, suff. (gs. ~, pl. ).Little, tiny. 1. (Used as simple diminutive: corresponds in gender to the original word, but is always min gs.) (a) (With m. noun) An firín feosaí, the wizened little man. An t-éinín bíogach, the chirpy little bird. (b) (With f. noun) An bheainín ghleoite, the charming little woman. An choisín chomair, the neat little foot. Ag cur ort do bhróigín bhig, putting on your tiny little shoe. 2. (Forming distinct term: m)An paidrín páirteach, the family rosary. An méirín púca, the foxglove. An ceirtlín snátha a chasadh, to wind the ball of thread.
-ín2, suff. m. (gs. ~, pl. ).Ch: -ine.
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