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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
críon1, m. (gs. -ín, pl. ~ta).1. Anything old or withered. An ~, the old, the aged. Is maith a úr is a chríon, it is good when new or old. 2 = críonach.
críon2, a. (gsm. -ín, gsf. & comp. -íne, npl. ~a). Old; withered, decayed. S.a. míol 2.
críon3, v.t. & i. Age; wither, decay. (Var:~aigh)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Críon ~, old and mis-shapen.
Daoine a scar críne le ~, people who freed their old age from wickedness.
~ críon, disgruntled old man.
An ~ críon, the old bag of bones.
~ críon, dry-rot.
~ críon, (i) larva, moth; wood-worm, teredo, (ii)
An t-~ is an críon, the fresh and the sere; the young and the old.
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