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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
srón, f. (gs. -óine, npl. ~a, gpl. ~).1. Nose. Labhairt trí do shrón, to speak through one’s nose. Do shrón a shéideadh, to blow one’s nose. Chuir sé cor ina shrón chuige, he turned up his nose at it. Ná bíodh do shrón san aer agat chuig daoine, don’t look down with disdain on people. Tá a shrón sáite i ngach uile rud aige, he pokes his nose into everything. ~ gan urraim, disrespectful person. Bhris tú mo shrón, you put my nose out of joint; you overlooked me. Ná bain an t~ díom, don’t bite my nose off. Tabhair a shrón dó, let him pick his own way. Leanadh sé a shrón, let him follow his nose. Cuirfidh a shrón féin comhairle air, his own instinct will guide him; he will learn from his mistakes. Níor bhain sé méar dá shrón (go), he never let up (until). S.a. béal 1(a), gairleog1, poll111. 2. Sense of smell. Madra gan ~, a dog with a bad nose. 3. Prow; projection. ~ báid, nose of boat. ~ carraige, projecting part of rock. (Var:gs. ~a)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Thit sé ar a bhéal is ar a shrón, (a aghaidh, a fhiacla), he fell flat on his face.
~ na sróine, bridge of the nose.
Bíodh ~ a shróine aige, let him follow his nose.
~ sróine, long nose.
Chuir mé ~ ina shrón, I put a stop to his antics.
Súil, cluas, srón, a chocáil (ar, le), to cock an eye, an ear, a nose (at).
~ na sróine, nasal cavity.
~ coirp, sróine, body, nasal, cavity.
Tá ~ sróine air, he has a large thick nose.
~ sróine, bridge of nose.
Chuir mé ~ ina shrón, I put a ring in his nose, put a stop to him.
~ shróine, nose-bleeding.
~ shróine a chur le, a bhaint as, duine, to make s.o.’s nose bleed.
Shéidfeadh sé ~ shróine, he would fly into a violent rage.
Tá ~ ina srón, she turns up her nose (at things).
~ de shrón, prominent nose.
Chuir sé a shrón le gaoth, he put his nose to the wind.
Leacóidh mé do shrón, I’ll flatten your nose.
Srón ~, broad, flat, nose.
Níor bhain sé ~ dá shrón (go), he kept pressing on (until).
~ sróine, nostril.
3. ~ sróine, nostril.
Do shrón a shéideadh, to blow one’s nose.
~ sróine, nose-blowing.
~ sróine, running of nose.
~ sróine, snub nose.
5. ~ (sróine), snot.
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