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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
éirí, m. (gs. ~). 1. vn. of éirigh. 2. Rising, rise. (a)Tráth, am, éirithe, time to get up. ~ luath, early rising. An chéad ~ dó le mí, the first time he has been on his feet in a month. Slán faoi d’~, it is good to see you on your feet again. S.a. luí 2(a).(b)~ (na) gréine, (na) gealaí, sunrise, moonrise. Le h~ (na) gréine, na maidine, at sunrise, at dawn. (c)~ na tuile, na gaoithe, na stoirme, the rising of the flood, of the wind, of the storm. ~ an tsúlaigh sa phlanda, the rise of the sap in a plant. (d) (In jumping) An t-~, the take-off. Tá ~ ar an iasc, the fish are rising. (e)~ i mbóthar, i dtalamh, rise in a road, in ground. (f)~ a dhéanamh sa saol, to rise in the world. Níl ~ an tsaoil leis, he is not getting on in the world. (g) Sexual excitement. (h) (In phrases) ~ amach, outing, pleasure-trip; first visit of bride to old home; muster, levy; up-rising, insurrection, revolt. An tÉirí Amach, the (Easter Week) Rising. ~ in airde, high spirits, exuberance; airs, uppishness. Tá ~ in airde ann, he puts on airs. ~ ó thalamh, spring, start; exuberance; uppishness. ~ croí, elation, excitement; palpitation (of the heart). ~ bealaigh, slí, waylaying, hold-up, highway robbery; cheating, robbery. ~ slí a dhéanamh ar dhuine, to waylay s.o.; to rob, cheat, s.o. (Var:éirghe, éirghiú)
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ éirí, siúl, able to rise, walk.
Tá a gclann ag éirí ~, their children are growing up.
Ag éirí chun aonachais, becoming infuriated.
Ar éirí dom, when I get, got, up.
Ag éirí ~, diminishing.
Tá na páistí ag éirí sa bhéal orm, the children are clamouring at me.
Tá an bheatha ag éirí daor, the cost of food is rising.
Tá sé ag éirí ~ leis an aois, his senses are being dulled with age.
Tá sé éirithe amach ón g~, he has gone off his rocker.
Ag éirí ~, getting thin.
Éirí ~ a chéile, to rise up against each other.
Bheith, éirí, ~a ar, le, rud, to be, to get, accustomed to sth.
Tá sé ag éirí clóite leis an tír, he is getting acclimatized to the country.
Tá siad ag éirí ~ le chéile, they are ready to come to blows.
Éirí cortha de rud, to become tired of, fed up with, sth.
Éirí os cionn na ~a, to rise above the ordinary level of the people.
Tá sé ag éirí ~, he is getting restless.
Éirí, titim, de rud, to rise, fall, from sth.
Éirí de léim, to jump up.
~ ag éirí as uisce, vapour ascending from water.
Bhí siad go ~ ag éirí, they were just getting up.
An rud is dóiche éirí dó, the likeliest thing to happen to him.
Éirí ~, to get dark.
Bheith, éirí, ~ de rud, to be, become, fed up with sth.
Ní ligfeadh an ~ dó éirí, he was too lazy to get up.
Éirí i do shuí, to sit up, to rise.
Éirí ó do ghlúine, ó bhord, as cathaoir, to rise from one’s knees, from table, from a chair.
Éirí as do chodladh, as do leaba, to rise from one’s sleep, from one’s bed.
Ag éirí dom ar maidin, when I get up in the morning.
Is fusa titim ná éirí, it is easier to fall than to rise, easier to get into difficulties than to get out of them. (Of sitting position)
Éirí sa leaba, sa chathaoir, to sit up in bed, in the chair. (Of resurrection)
Éirí ó mhairbh, to rise from the dead.
Nuair a bhí an mhaidin ag éirí, as dawn rose.
Éirí de léim (san aer), to jump up (into the air).
Tá toit ag éirí as na tithe, there is smoke rising from the houses.
Bhí an ceo ag éirí de na cnoic, the mist was lifting from the hills. (Of surfacing)
Tá an t-iasc ag éirí, the fish are rising (to the bait).
Tá an oíche ag éirí, the night is growing wild.
Tá an abhainn, an tuile, ag éirí, the river, the flood, is rising.
Bhí an carn ag éirí, the mound was piling up.
Tá an talamh ag éirí as seo isteach, the ground rises from here inwards.
Bhí na sléibhte ag éirí romhainn, the hills were rising in front of us.
Tá luach earraí ag éirí, the price of goods is rising.
Tá an gála eile den chíos ag éirí, the other gale of the rent is falling due.
Tá sé ag éirí na trí scór, he is rising sixty.
Ag éirí a seacht, coming up to seven.
'Conas taoi?' 'Ag éirí a trí,' 'How are you?' 'Like a three-year old'.
Éirí mór, láidir, aosta, to grow big, strong, old.
Éirí fuar, dorcha, to get cold, dark.
Éirí tuirseach, míshásta, to become tired, dissatisfied.
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