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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
éide, f. (gs. ~, pl. -dí).1. Clothes, clothing; garment(s). 2. Distinctive dress; vestment(s), livery, uniform. ~ baiste, baptismal robes. ~ bróin, mourning (clothes). ~ sagairt, Aifrinn, priest’s, Mass, vestments. Sagart a cuireadh as a ~, an unfrocked priest. ~ easpaig, pontificals. ~ Mhuire, scapular (of B.V.M.). In ~ banaltra, garda, saighdiúra, in nurse’s, garda, soldier’s, uniform. Faoi ~, dressed in uniform. In ~ fir tíre, in plain clothes. S.a. arm12. 3. Hist: Armour, panoply. ~ chatha, battle armour. ~ phláta, plate-armour. I dtruaill ~, encased in armour. (Var:m)
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Faoi ~ agus éide, in ~ is in éide, armed and equipped.
~ airm agus éide, (outfit of) arms and uniform.
Dheasaigh siad iad féin in éide órshnáithe, they arrayed themselves in cloth of gold.
Airm agus ~ agus éide, arms and equipment and uniform.
~ éide, issue of uniform.
An ~ san éide, the chink in the armour.
Ghabh sé éide sagairt, he took clerical garb.
In éide ghiortach, in scant attire.
Ghléas sé é féin in éide sagairt, he dressed himself in priest’s clothes.
In éide ghlas, in a green uniform.
Éide ~, outlandish dress.
Éide lena hórshnáithe, a uniform with its gold braid.
Éide ~, drab clothing.
Tá ~ ar an éide a chaitheann siad, they wear the most peculiar clothes.
Éide ~a, chest-armour.
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