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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
bunadh, m. (gs. -aidh).1. Lit: Origin. ~ a chineáil, the origin of his people. Ba leo an áit de bhunadh, they had a hereditary right to the place. Gearr ré na beatha de bhunadh, life is essentially of short duration. Is ann a bhíos sé de bhunadh, he is usually there. 2. Stock, kind. Mo bhunadh féin, my own people, kindred. An fear deireanach dá bhunadh, the last man of his breed. ~ maith daoine, beithíoch, good breed of people, of animals. De bhunadh maith, of good stock. 3. Native inhabitants. ~ na háite, the local people. ~ an tí, the people of the house. ~ na gcladach, traditional shore-dwellers. Níor de bhunadh an tsaoil seo é, he was not of the people of this earth. ~ na gcnoc, (i) hill-folk, (ii) fairies. 4. (gs. as attrib. a.) Original, fundamental; basic, basal. Fíoch bunaidh, hereditary feud. An fhírinne bhunaidh, the essential truth. Mo chairde bunaidh, my original, life-long, friends. Ba mhaith liom fios bunaidh an scéil a bheith agam, I should like to get at the underlying facts of the story.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Saoirse ar bhuannacht bhunaidh ag lucht tí Uí Néill, O’Neill’s household to be free from prescriptive billeting.
Cuid dá chéad de bhuannacht bhunaidh orthu, the cost of billeting two hundred men to be a prescribed charge on them.
~ bhunaidh, bhunata, basic rock.
~ achomair, achomhairc, bhunaidh, chomhthráthach, tharchurtha, summary, appellate, original, concurrent, transferred, jurisdiction.
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