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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ró-3, pref. 1. (With adjective) Too, most, very. 2. (With verb) Over-. 3. (With noun) Excessive.
1, m. (gs. ~, pl. ~nna).Row. ~ plandaí, crann, tithe, row of plants, of trees, of houses. Déan ~ díobh, place them in a row. Sheas siad ina ~, they stood in a row.
2, m. (gs. ~).1. Lit: Too much, excess. ~ molta, exceeding praise. Saint thar ~, excessive greed. A rá ní ~, it is not too much to say it. 2. Prosperity, success. Bheith faoi ~, to be in a prosperous state. Tá an ~ linn, we are in luck. 3. (Of weather)(a) Mildness, balminess. An samhradh fada ~, the long pleasant summer. (b)~ samh, heat haze.
4 :roithleagán 1.
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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ beag ró-ard, a little too high.
Bhí mé ró-~ aige, I was too quick for him.
Tá do ghúna ró-~, your dress is too low, too long.
Bhí sé ró-~ lena dhéanamh, he was too honourable to do it.
~ ró, whirligig.
Tá tú ró-thais leo, you are too lenient with them.
An ~ (Ró-Naofa), the (Most Holy) Trinity.
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