IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
éard, combined form of é rud used pronominally with copula. Is ~ a deir sé (go), what he says is (that). Is ~, ba ~, a bhí mé a rá (go), what I was saying was (that). An ~ a thit tú? Was it that you fell? Dá mba ~ a chaillfí iad, if they had (in fact) been lost. Ní h~ a roistear an olann ach is ~ a spíontar í, it is not that the wool is ripped but that it is teased.