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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
cíoch, f. (gs. cíche, npl. ~a, gpl. ~). 1. Breast, pap. An chíoch a thabhairt do leanbh, to give the breast to, to suckle, a child. Leanbh ar an g~, leanbh cíche, child at the breast. Leanbh a bhaint den chíoch, to wean a child. Bainne cíche, breast milk. S.a. bainne 3. 2. ~ (sléibhe), conical hilltop, pap. 3. Papilla, protuberance (as on a potato). 4. ~ charraige, sea-anemone.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhain sí an leanbh den chíoch, den diúl, she weaned the child.
~ cíche, breast milk.
~ cíche (na n-)éan, ~ clog, juice of dandelion.
~ chíche, wet-nurse.
~ cíche, nurseling.
Ag ~ cíche, buidéil, oráiste, na méar, sucking a breast, a bottle, an orange, one’s fingers.
Dhiúl sé an chíoch bhradach, he inherited his bad qualities from his mother.
~ cíoch, breast-milk.
Leanbh a ~eadh (den chíoch), to wean a child.
~ na cíche, breast-milk.
~ cíche, suckling.
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