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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
caiseal, m. (gs. & npl. -sil, gpl. ~).1. (Ancient) stone fort. 2. Unmortared stone wall. ~ uchta, breastwork. 3. (Of church, cemetery) Boundary wall. 4. ‘Clamp’, built-up sods, on stack of turf. Ag cur caisil, clamping sods. 5. Chess: Castle. 6. Nau:~ tosaigh, forecastle. 7. (Of column) Cincture. 8. Spinning-top. 9. (In phrase) Mo ghrá i g~ tú (agus meadar bhainne agat)! Good for you! S.a. cornán 2, lus.
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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ór ~adh Caiseal, from whom Cashel was named.
~ leacáin, caisil, navel-wort, pennywort.
~ (caisil), peg (of top).
Caiseal a chur ag ~, to spin a top.
~ caisil, asphodel.
2. ~ caisil, pellitory-of-the-wall.
Caiseal a phéirseáil, to flog a top.
Caiseal ag ~e, a top spinning.
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