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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
earrach, m. (gs. & npl. -aigh, gpl. ~). (Season of) spring. 1. Teacht an earraigh, the coming of spring. Bláth an earraigh, spring flowers. Bradán earraigh, spring salmon. Scéal earraigh, April-fool prank, baseless rumour. S.a. amadán 1. 2. Spring work. An t-~ a dhéanamh, to do the spring work, sow crops. 3. Fig:~ an tsaoil, the springtime of life.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bíonn uain ag na caoirigh san earrach, the sheep have lambs in the spring.
~ an earraigh, an fhómhair, spring-time, harvest-time.
~ Aibreáin, earraigh, April fool.
An t-earrach, spring.
Tá an t-earrach ~, it is spring.
I m~ earraigh, at the beginning of spring (work).
I m~ an earraigh, at the beginning of spring.
~ an earraigh, the life, breath, of spring.
I m~ an earraigh, at the beginning of spring; with the spring (work) coming on.
An t-earrach a bhí chugainn, the following spring.
~ an earraigh, an fhómhair, spring, autumnal, equinox.
~ earraigh, gheimhridh, spring, winter, wheat.
A chuirfeadh ~a an earraigh ar gcúl, which would bring dead things to life in the spring.
Fómhar féarmhar agus earrach ~, a good autumn makes for a lean spring.
Ag ~acht leis an earrach, waiting for spring.
~ earraigh, purple moor-grass.
~ an earraigh, spring-cleaning.
Go teacht an earraigh, until the coming of spring.
Le h~ an earraigh, with the passing of Spring.
~ an earraigh, (i) Easter lily, madonna lily, (ii) daffodil.
Is é ~ an earraigh is cúis leis, the early coming of spring has caused it.
Earrach ~, an early spring.
1. ~ gheimhridh, earraigh, a winter, spring, morning.
Aimsir mhaith earraigh, good spring weather.
~ mhaidin earraigh, like a morning in spring.
~ earraigh, thalmhaíochta, spring, agricultural, work.
~ mór an earraigh, na Féile Pádraig, na n-éan, spring equinoctial tide.
~ an earraigh, the spring quarter; the season of spring.
Níl ann ach ~ den earrach go fóill, there is only a semblance of spring yet.
~ liath an earraigh, the grey days of March.
~ an earraigh, na curadóireachta, spring, sowing, season.
S~ an Earraigh, the Spring Show.
~ an earraigh, the coming of spring.
Níor mhaith liom dul ar iomaire an earraigh leis, I wouldn’t like to compete with him at tilling the land in spring.
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