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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
cáith1, f. (gs. cátha). 1. Chaff. 2. Waste, rubbish. S.a. barr112, coinlín 4, gealbhan 2.
cáith2, v.t. & i. (pp. -ite).1. Winnow. Coirce a cháitheadh, to fan oats. 2. Spray. Ag ~eadh báistí, pouring rain. Bhí sé ag ~eadh allais de, he was sweating profusely. Ag ~eadh piléar linn, spraying us with bullets. Farraige cháite, spumy sea. 3. Beat, exhaust. Bhíodar cáite againn, we had them beaten, we had exhausted their resources. Tá sé cáite ag an obair, he is worn out with work.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ cátha, oat-husks and water (drink).
Gaoth cháite, winnowing wind, light breeze.
~ farraige, mara, na dtonn, spindrift, spume.
~ sneachta, whirling snow-flakes, fall of snow.
2. ~ (cáite), winnowing fan.
~ cháite, winnowing wind.
~ cátha, ~ gleoránach, chaffinch.
bhuailte, cháite, chruaite, flat rock used as floor for threshing, winnowing, drying, grain.
~ cáite, flying spume.
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