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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ladhar, f. (gs. laidhre, pl. ladhracha). 1. Space between toes or fingers. Scaoil sé trína ladhracha é, he let it slip through his fingers. Bruith, dó, laidhre, inflammation of the toes. S.a. bruith15. 2. Toe. ~ mhór, bheag, big, little, toe. 3. Claw. (a)~ gliomaigh, claw of lobster. (b)~ ancaire, fluke of anchor. ~ casúir, claw of hammer. Bheith i ~ an chasúir, to be in a fix. 4. Prong. Píce dhá ~, two-pronged fork. 6. Fork, crotch. ~ bóthair, fork of road. 5. (a) (Clawed) hand. Do ~ a chur sa lathach, to dirty one’s hands, to engage in menial work. Ní raibh ~ ná lámh agam ann, I had nothing to do with it. (b) Handful. ~ mhine, handful of meal. Fuair sé lán na laidhre d’airgead air, he got a fistful of money for it. (Var:ladhair f, npl. ladhra, gpl. ~)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ laidhre, inflammation between the toes.
~ laidhre, inflammation between the toes.
~ gabhláin, laidhre, interdigital itch.
Ladhar gráige, root of decayed tree.
~ laidhre, coise, toe-nail.
Bhí sé sínte ó ~ (go) ladhar ar an urlár, he was laid flat out on the floor.
An ladhar mhór, the big toe.
Ná ~ ar mo ladhar, don’t stand on my toe.
~ mé mo ladhar air, I stubbed my toe against it.
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