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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
iomaire, m. (gs. ~, pl. -rí). Ridge. 1. Agr:~ treafa, ridge in ploughing. ~ bán, untilled strip, balk. ~ cinn, críche, headland, boundary, strip. ~ prátaí, glasraí, ridge of potatoes, of vegetables. Rudaí a chur in iomairí; iomairí a dhéanamh de rudaí, to sow things in ridges. An t-~ atá romhat a threabhadh, to face the task confronting you. Is é a ~ é, it is his line of work. Níl sé ar aon ~ leat, he is not to be compared with you. Ní chuirfinn ar an ~ le fear é go fóill, I wouldn’t expect him to do a man’s work, consider him a man, yet. Fig:Ag treabhadh an ~ fhada, ‘ploughing the long ridge’, dying. S.a. roinn11, slán15, sraith11. 2. ~ i ngaineamh, ridge in sand. ~ sliogáin, rib of shell. Iomairí a dhéanamh i rud, to raise ridges on, to furrow, sth. 3. Meteor:~ ardbhrú, ridge, wedge, of high pressure. (Var:pl. ~acha; f)
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ cruaiche, iomaire, open end of stack, of ridge.
~ iomaire, side of cultivation ridge.
Táimid in ~ an iomaire deiridh, we have made a start on the last ridge.
~ agus iomaire, furrow and ridge (in ploughing).
~ in iomaire, bend in ridge.
Iomaire a fhódú, to earth a ridge.
~ an iomaire, the edge of the ridge.
~ iomaire, trace of ridge.
Ag ~an talún, bord, iomairí, levelling ridges (in potato field).
Iomaire loirg, fallow ridge.
Is deas uaidh iomaire a dhéanamh, he can make a nice ridge.
Iomairí a rianú, to mark out ridges.
~ iomairí, rundale.
Cuir ~ beag ar an iomaire, put a little soil on top of the ridge.
Iomaire a shioscadh, to trim the sides of a ridge.
~ iomaire, red valerian.
Tá na seacht ~ ar an iomaire aige, he is up to his ears in work.
Tá seacht ~ ar gach iomaire aige, he is a man of great prosperity.
~ d’iomaire, long straggling ridge.
Iomaire a ~, to score a ridge (for sowing).
Níor mhaith liom dul ar iomaire an earraigh leis, I wouldn’t like to compete with him at tilling the land in spring.
~ plandaí in iomaire, closeness of plants in ridge.
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