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tuil could be a grammatical form of: tul »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tuil1, v.t. & i. (vn. ~e).Flood, flow; fill to overflowing. Tá an abhainn ag ~e, the river is flooding. Tá an taoide ag ~e, the tide is flowing. An ag ~e nó ag trá atá sé? Is it ebbing or flowing? Bhí siad ag ~e isteach, they were pouring in. Tá an áit ~te díobh, the place is filled to overflowing with them. (Var:vn. ~eadh m)
tuil2, v.i. (vn. ~eadh m). Lit: Sleep, fall asleep.
tuil3 :tul.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ tuile, hydrant.
chun) Tá an tuile ag breith chuici, the flood is receding.
Tuile bhorb, raging flood.
Chart an tuile é, the flood swept it away.
Tuile a chosc, to stem, contain, a flood.
~ leis an tuile é, cast it into the flood.
Dháil an abhainn a tuile tharstu, the river poured its flood over them.
Tuile dhásachtach, raging flood.
~ tine, tuile, stoirme, intensity of fire, of flood, of storm.
Tuile dhian, strong flood.
Idir an tuile is an ~, between the deluge and the drought.
Tuile na ngrás gan ~, the flood of grace that never ebbs.
~ na tuile, na gaoithe, na stoirme, the rising of the flood, of the wind, of the storm.
Tá an abhainn, an tuile, ag éirí, the river, the flood, is rising.
1. ~ gaoithe, tuile, force of wind, of flood.
Tuile ~ trá, unebbing, never-ending, flood.
~ taoide, tuile, tide-, flood-, gate.
D’~ as an tuile, the flood subsided.
~ tuile, trá, flow, ebb.
D’~ an tuile, the flood dropped.
D’éirigh an tuile leis na bruacha, the flood rose against the banks.
~ aife, ~ tuile, half-ebb, half-flow.
Tuile ~, torrent, torrential rain.
Tuile mhear, rapid flood.
~ an ghaoth, an tuile, léi é, the wind, the flood, snatched it away.
Tháinig tuile san abhainn agus bháigh ~ an móinéar, the river flooded and submerged the meadow.
Tá an tuile ag spré, the flood is spreading.
~ líonta, ~ tuile, flood-tide.
Rachaidh na móinéir faoin tuile, the meadows will be submerged by the flood.
Fan go dtite an tuile, wait till the flood abates.
Tuile thiubh, dense flood.
~ taoide, ~ tuile, tidal wave.
~ tuile, swelling of flood.
~ agus tuile, ebb and flow.
~ tuile, abatement of flood.
Níl tuile dá mhéad nach dtránn, (i) nothing can last for ever, (ii) things will eventually settle down.
Thraoith an tuile, the flood subsided.
Ní ~ go titim tuile, there is nothing as strong as a cascading flood.
~ na taoide, the flow of the tide.
Tá ~ san abhainn, the river is in flood.
Tá ~ uisce os cionn na móinéar, the water has overflowed the meadows.
~ gan trá, endless flood.
~ bháistí, downpour of rain.
~ shléibhe, mountain flood; cloudburst.
~ dheor, flood of tears.
~ achasán, stream of abuse.
~ shí (chainte), spate of words.
Tá an ~ shí as a béal ar fad, she keeps babbling away all the time.
I d~ a ratha, in the flood-tide of his prosperity.
~ thalún, bulbous buttercup.
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