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bogadh could be a grammatical form of: bog »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
bogadh, m. (gs. -gtha).1. vn. of bog3. 2. Softening, easement. ~ croí, softening of heart. ~ ar phian, allaying of pain. ~ smachta, luacha, easing of control, of price. Ba mhór an ~ an t-airgead, an deoch, air, the money, the drink, softened, sweetened, him a lot. 3. Movement, stir. Níl ~ ann, he is unable to move. Níl ~ le baint as, nothing will move him. Ní thabharfadh sí ~ ná sá uaithi, she wouldn’t budge an inch. ~ téide, slackening of rope. ~ lasta, shifting of cargo. ~ fiacla, loosening of teeth. ~ baile, local sensation. Gan bhogadh, still, impassive. 4. Ar ~, (Of nail, etc.) loose, (of clothes) steeping. S.a. bláthach1, tonn12(b).
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ag bogadh na bláthaí do dhuine, humouring, tipping, s.o.
Tá an aimsir ag ~adh, the weather is getting mild(er).
Tá an sioc, an leac oighir, ag ~adh, the frost, the ice, is yielding.
Tá sé ~tha ag an ól, he is half-drunk, mellow.
~adh as áit, to move out of a place.
Níl cnámh le ~adh aige, he is unable to move.
Ag ~adh amach, thart, moving out, about.
Ag ~adh chun siúil, making a move to go.
ach) Ach ~ bogadh, but not to move.
Ní féidir bogadh ná ~ a bhaint as, nothing can budge him.
~ ar bogadh, ~ chrithir, quaking sod.
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