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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
mil1, f. (gs. meala). Honey. ~ bheach, bees’ honey. ~ chíre, chuasnóige, comb honey. ~ shilte, run honey. Blas meala, taste of honey; delicious taste. Lá meala, delightful day. Briathra meala, honeyed words. Bhí ~ ar gach focal aici, she spoke ever so sweetly. ~ a chuimilt de dhuine, to soft-sawder s.o. Tá ~ ar an mbia aige, he relishes his food. S.a. cith, cuiseogach, díol2, lus, mí1.
mil2. (In phrase) ~ mhear = moing mhear :moing 5.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ bhaile, fhiáin, mheala, oibre, hive-, bumble-, honey-, worker-, bee.
~ meala, honey-cake.
2. ~ meala, honey dew.
~ mheala, honey-comb.
~ meala, soft, fragrant, shower.
Duine a chlúdach le mil, to shower kindnesses on s.o.
2. ~ meala, honeycomb.
~ meala, jar of honey.
~ mheala, honeycomb cell.
Tá mil ar chuiseogach acu, they have a delightful time of it.
Ag ~ meala is ag ceannach milseán, [’selling honey to buy sweets’, carrying coals to Newcastle.
~ mheala, honeycomb.
2. ~ mheala, nectary.
~ na meala, balm.
~ na meala, honeymoon.
Chomh ~ le mil, as sweet as honey.
Mil ar mhilseacht, sweet as honey.
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