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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
scoláire, m. (gs. ~, pl. -rí). Scholar. 1. (a)~ (scoile), schoolgoing child. Scoil chéad ~, school of one hundred pupils. Tá scoláirí maithe aige, he has apt scholars. Nuair a ligeadh amach na scoláirí, when the school-children were let out. (b)Hist:~ bocht, ‘poor scholar,’ (itinerant) student-teacher dependent on hospitality. (c)F: Person able to read and write. 2. Learned person. ~ Laidine, Latin scholar. ~ agus staraí, scholar and historian. (Var:scoláir m)
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ file, scoláire, the makings of a poet, of a scholar.
Páiste, scoláire, ~, a clever child, pupil.
Scoláire ~ as, a middling scholar.
~ de scoláire, a kind of scholar, a scholar of sorts.
An ~ agus na scoláirí, the master and the pupils.
Na scoláirí ~a, the senior pupils.
An máistir, na scoláirí, ~, the new master, pupils.
~ de na scoláirí, some of the scholars.
Thóg sé cuid mhaith ó na scoláirí, he learned a lot from the scholars.
Scoláirí an ~ bliain, na ~ bliana, the third-year scholars.
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