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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
dú-2, pref. (Form of dubh- written before consonants, except fh). 1. Black, dark. 2. Great, intense. 3. Evil. 4. Dark, unknown.
1, m. (gs. ~). 1. Lit: Place, patrimony, inheritance, due. 2. (Used as a. with copula) Native, natural; proper, fitting (do, to). An rud is ~ do dhuine, what is natural, proper, for s.o. Is é is ~ agus is dual, is ~ agus is dúchas, dó, it is in his very nature. 3. Níl mé ~ na fáilte amuigh, I haven’t been away long enough to merit a welcome back.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Níl mé aga, dú, fad, na ~ amuigh, I haven’t been away long enough to merit a welcome back.
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