IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
úd1, m. (gs. & npl. úid, gpl. ~). 1. (a)Cards:Bheith ~ i gcluiche, to be within one trick of winning a game. (b)Fig:Bheith ~ san obair, to have the work nearly completed. (c)Tá an coirce in ~ a bhainte, the oats are ready for reaping. 2. Rugby: Try. ~ a ghnóthú, a shlánú, to get, convert, a try.
úd2, dem. a. Yon, yonder; that (with implication of distance in space or time). 1. An teach ~ thíos, that house down below. An cnoc ~ thall, that hill beyond. Cois na carraige ~, beside that far rock. An abhainn ~ a thrasnaíomar, that river we crossed earlier. An fear ~ a rabhamar ag caint leis inné, that man we spoke to yesterday. An gnás ~ a bhí ag ár sinsir, that custom which our ancestors had. Cá hainm ~ a thug sé air? What was that name he called it? 2. (Deprecatory use) Ná bac leis an diúlach ~, don’t mind that fellow. (Var:ud, udaí, ~aí, ~an)