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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
thee, pers. pron. 1 . a We adore thee, adhraimid tú. b (After simple prep. which has no pron. form) Without thee, gan tú. Between thee and the wall, idir tú is an balla. 2 (Prep.pron. in Irish) a (Direct or indirect obj.) He trusts thee, tá muinín aige asat. He loves thee, tá grá aige duit. He will give thee one, tabharfaidh sé ceann duit. b (After prep.) He got a present from thee, fuair sé bronntanas uait. 3 Poss.a. in Irish. a (With v.n.) He was praising thee, bhí sé do do mholadh. b (With compound preps.) Above thee, os do chionn. Behind thee, ar do chúl. 4 Tusa; -sa -se. a He deserted thee and me, thréig sé mise agus tusa. There is room for thee and me, tá slí ann duitse agus domsa. Anybody but thee, aon duine ach, seachas, tusa, b (Stressed) He saw thee, chonaic sé tusa. It is about thee he spoke, is ortsa a labhair sé. She was praising, following, thee, do do mholadhsa, do do leanúintse, a bhí sí. It was behind thee, ar do chúlsa a bhí sé.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
I adjure thee, (i) cuirim faoi bhrí na mionn thú; (ii) impím ort.
I adjure thee by the living God, cuirim ort as ucht Dé.
Fare thee well! go n-éirí do bhóthar leat!
v.tr.Get thee gone! scrios leat! gread leat! buail as sin!
A: (Get thee) hence! amach as seo leat! sín leat!
To thee and thine, duitse agus do do mhuintir, do do shliocht.
Hail to thee! is é do bheatha!
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