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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
cré1, f. (gs. ~, pl. ~anna). Clay; earth, dust. ~ bhrící, brick-earth. ~ bhuí, ghorm, yellow, blue, clay. ~ bholláin, boulder-clay. ~ phoircealláin, porcelain clay. ~ shlinneach, slate-clay. ~ shíneach, kaolin. ~ thine, fire-clay. ~ criadóra, potaire, potter’s clay. ~ úcaire, fuller’s earth. Pota, soitheach, ~, earthen pot, vessel. Earraí ~, earthenware. Ag caitheamh, ag cur suas, ~, earthing (plants). ~ an duine, human clay. Is tú ~ d’athar, you are the very image of your father. Tá ~ bhuí ann, there is a yellow streak in him. Tagann an chré bhuí aníos, bad qualities (in man, beast) are bound to show. Tá dath na ~ air, he looks ghastly, like death. Bheith, dul, i g~, to be laid in earth, buried. Go dté mé i g~, to my dying day. Ag déanamh ~, turning to clay, to dust. Ó chré go ~, dust to dust. S.a. cill 2, seamair.
cré2, f. (gs. ~, pl. ~anna).Creed. C~ na nAspal, C~ an Dáréag, the Apostles’ Creed. C~ Atanáis, Athanasian Creed. Níl paidir ná ~ aige, he is ignorant of the tenets of the faith.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
2. ~ creidimh, den Chré, article of faith, of the Creed.
~ cré, próca, earthenware vessel.
Rud a dhéanamh as cré, snáth, brící, píosaí adhmaid, to make sth. from clay, yarn, bricks, pieces of wood.
~ cré, bank of earth.
4. Cré bheatha, (fertile layer of) soil.
~ na cré, na húire, earthy smell.
Tá na barra ag ~eadh na cré, the tops are breaking through the soil.
Ag ~eamh aníos cré, throwing up earth.
Cré a chalcadh, to tamp earth.
Duine a chur i gcré na ~e, to lay s.o. in consecrated earth, to bury s.o.
Cré a chlúdach ar rud, to cover sth. with clay.
Dealbh, sciath, chré-umha, bronze statue, shield.
~ óraithe, gilt-bronze.
Cré a chriathrú, to sift soil.
Tá an chré ina ~, the earth is powdery, very fine.
An chré dá ndearnadh iad, the clay of which they were made.
~eanna cré, lumps of clay.
~eadh an chré leis, he was committed to the earth.
~ chré-umha, mharmair, bronze, marble, statue.
~ ainglí, chré, dhaonna, angelic, earthly, human, being.
~ cré, cloch, mound of earth, of stones.
Cré ~, light clay.
~í cré, cruachré, stáin, earthenware, stoneware, tinware.
~ chré, beneath the clay, buried.
1. Cré, éadach, do cheann, a fhliuchadh, to wet clay, a cloth, one’s head.
~ na cré, an tseaca, na cruach, the coldness of clay, of ice, of steel.
Tá an chré róghéar, there is too much acid in the soil.
Cré a leacú, to tamp down earth.
~ sé le cré a chneas, he laid himself bare on the earth.
Cré ag imeacht ina ~, clay turning to dust.
~ chré, earthenware dish.
~ cré-alcaileach, alkali-earth metal.
~~cailce, ~ cré, clay pipe.
~ cré, iarainn, earthenware, iron, pot.
~ cré, mianraí, richness of soil, of minerals.
Cré ~, scanty soil.
Cré, gual, a ~adh, to scoop up earth, coal.
~ chré, shovelful of earth.
Cré ~, loose earth.
~ (beag) cré, light covering of earth.
~ chré, a scraping of earth.
~ chré, speedwell.
Cré shlinneach, slate-clay.
~ an chré thart ar na plandaí, settle the clay around the plants.
~ cré, earthenware vessel.
~ cré an duine, man’s earthly body.
Cré ~, soggy clay.
~ cré, sprinkling of earth.
~ cré, lump of earth.
Cré thirim, dry clay.
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