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halla could be a grammatical form of: alla »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
halla, m. (gs. ~, pl. ). Hall. 1. Mansion. (Usually pl.) ~í Choinn, the Halls of Conn. Ar ~í bána, in fair mansions. 2. Study-hall. ~í léinn, halls of learning. 3. Public building. ~ baile, cathrach, town, city, hall. H~ na Saoirse, Liberty Hall. 4. ~ cruinnithe, assembly hall. 5. ~ ceoil, damhsa, music-, dance-, hall. ~ billéardaí, billiard saloon. 6. Hallway. ~ tí, hall of house. Croch amuigh sa ~ é, hang it out in the hall.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhánaigh siad an halla, they put everybody out of the hall.
Bhí ~ daoine sa halla, the people were crushed together in the hall.
~ romhat isteach sa halla, go ahead into the hall.
Bainisteoir, comhairle, halla, líomatáiste, cathrach, city manager, council, hall, limits.
Halla ~e, banqueting hall.
Bhíomar ~ sa halla, we were gathered in the hall.
Halla, sáirsint, druileála, drill-hall, drill-sergeant.
Dhá ~ an halla, the two ends of the hall.
An halla a fhorlíonadh, to crowd the hall.
halla, halaigin, cohórt, hall, halogen, cohort.
Ná lig isteach sa halla iad, don’t let them into the hall.
~ suíochán an halla, the seating capacity of the hall.
Halla ~, parochial hall.
Bhí siad ag ~adh isteach sa halla, they were crowding into the hall.
~adh isteach i halla, to crowd into a hall.
D’éirigh an ~ ar fud an halla, pandemonium broke loose in the hall.
Bhí siad ina seasamh i d~ an halla, they were standing along the side of the hall.
~ i gceann an halla, down at the lower end of the hall.
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