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fairsinge could be a grammatical form of: fairsing »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
fairsinge. 1. f. (gs. ~).(a) Width, extent; amplitude, spaciousness. ~ a dhéanamh (do rud), to make room (for sth.). ~ a chur le rud, to widen sth. ~ éadaigh, fullness of cloth. ~ críche, breadth of territory. ~ ciorcail, extent of circle. Tabhair ~ slí duit féin, allow yourself freedom of movement. Mar fhairsinge dó féin, to give himself scope. Tá fad is ~ ann, it is long and spacious. (b) Breadth, generality, comprehensiveness. ~ intleachta, dearcaidh, smaointe, breadth of intellect, of vision, of ideas. ~ cumhachta, extent of power. (c) Wide area, open space, expanse. Amuigh ar an bh~, out in the open. Ar fhairsinge na farraige, an tsléibhe, on the open sea, mountain. (d) Plenty, abundance. ~ féir, éisc, maoine, plenty of grass, of fish, of wealth. Tá ~ de gach ní acu, they have plenty of everything. An té nár chleacht an fhairsinge, he who is not used to abundance. Altú do Dhia ar son na ~, thank God for His bounty. (e) Liberality, lavishness. Bean na ~, bounteous woman. A féile agus a ~ do na boicht, her generosity and liberality towards the poor. 2. gsf., npl. & comp. of fairsing. (Var. of 1:~ ach(as)m, ~acht f)
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Is fairsinge an fheoil ná an t-iasc, meat is more plentiful than fish.
Tá ~ fairsinge againn, we have room to spare.
Bhí ~a fairsinge ar a chorp, there were gaping wounds in his body.
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