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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
leabhair1, a1. Long and slender; lithe, supple, pliant. Lámh ~, long slender hand. Folt ~, long smooth hair. Long ~, long graceful ship. Géaga ~e, lithe limbs; limber branches. Rann ~, pliant, easy-flowing, verse. A shnámhfadh go ~ an sruth, who would nimbly swim the current. Tá tú ró~ leis, you are taking too long at it, drawing it out.
leabhair2 :leabhar1.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ leabhair, material, theme, for a book.
~ leabhair, name, title, of a book.
Dá mbeadh ceannach ar leabhair, if books were being bought.
~ crainn, leabhair, leaf of tree, of book.
~ díolaíochta ar leabhair, greater sale for books.
Tá ~ aige ar leabhair, ar an aimsir, he is a judge of books, of the weather.
Chaith sé suas a phost, na leabhair, he gave up his job, abandoned his books.
~ leabhair, the binding of a book.
Aon chineál scéil, leabhair, any kind of story, of book.
~ boird, cathaoireach, leabhair, table-, chair-, book-, cover.
~ leabhair, claímh, a guard, a covering, for a book, a sword.
2. ~ páipéir, leabhair, column of a paper, of a book.
~ ar leabhair, ban on books.
Tá na leabhair cuideachtaithe go deas agat, you have put the books nicely together.
~ leabhair, binding of book.
Na leabhair atá ar an g~, the books set for the course.
~ scéil, leabhair, aistir, the end of a story, of a book, of a journey.
~ leabhair, leaf of book.
~ leabhair, leaf of book.
~ leabhair, the argument of a book.
~ an leabhair, the man in charge of the (accounts, attendance) book.
Tá ~ ar na leabhair, the books are being snatched up.
Ag ~áil do na leabhair, don staidéar, occupied with books, studying.
~ an leabhair, ~ duilleach, (ruminant’s) third stomach, manyplies, psalterium.
I bhfoirm leabhair, sa chló rómhánach, in book form, in roman type.
Níl a ~ ar na leabhair, his mind is not on his books.
Tá (léann agus) leabhair air, one could write volumes about it; it is a remarkable thing.
~ amach cathrach, oifige, leabhair, the lay-out of a city, of an office, of a book.
Níl ~ sna leabhair air; níl ~ ná scríobh (ná insint béil) air, it passes comprehension, defies description.
~ leabhair, de pháipéar nuachta, page of a book, of a newspaper.
Leabhair nótaí agus a ~í, note-books and such.
~ an leabhair, omasum, manyplies.
~ an leabhair a thabhairt, to swear on the book, on the Bible.
Stair, leabhair, ~, sacred history, books.
Ó thosach an leabhair, from the beginning of the book.
Os cionn a chuid leabhair, (poring) over his books.
~ sé féin na leabhair orainn, he himself supplied us with the books.
Tabhair ar ais na leabhair sa ~ ina bhfuair tú iad, bring back the books in the same condition as you got them.
~ na leabhair sin ó chéile, put those books into separate lots.
~ scéime, leabhair, scope of scheme, of book.
Rinne sé ~ leabhair de, he gave a long sermon about it.
Sholáthair sé leabhair dúinn, he found books for us.
Litreacha, leabhair, a shórtáil, to sort letters, books.
~ an leabhair, reckless swearing.
~ amach na leabhair, distribute the books.
Thug sé mionn an leabhair leis, he swore to it.
~ amach leabhair, issue of book.
~ leabhair, dáin, title of book, of poem.
Ag dul ag obair, ag léamh leabhair, going to work, to read a book.
~ i ndeireadh an leabhair, back towards the end of the book.
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