IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tháinig sé a iarraidh iasachta orm, he came to ask me for a loan.
3. Níor tháinig sé ~ leis é a dhéanamh, it is not in his nature to do it.
Tháinig sé ~ uaidh féin, he conformed of his own accord.
Tháinig siad aniar ~ orm, they took me unawares.
Is iontach an ~ a tháinig dó, he took such a peculiar notion.
Is beag acu a tháinig, few of them came.
Tháinig sé ag iarraidh airgid orm, he came to ask me for money.
A fhad ~ nár tháinig sé chomh fada linn, so long as it did not come near us.
Tháinig ~ orm gur labhair mé, I felt ashamed that I had spoken.
Tháinig ~ air, he became cheerful.
Tháinig ~ orm, something queer came over me.
Tháinig sé in ~ dom, he came near enough for me to recognize him.
Tháinig ~ orm gur labhair mé, I regretted that I had spoken.
Tháinig an t-~ dóibh ciall a bheith acu, it is time they learned sense.
Nuair a tháinig a n-~, when their time came.
Nuair a tháinig an dlí nua ~, when the new law was introduced.
Tháinig Brian an treas ~ orthu, Brian came at them for the third attack.
Aon) lá ~ tháinig sé isteach anseo, one day, on a certain day, he came in here.
Is ~ a tháinig sé agus gan an leabhar leis, actually he came without bringing the book.
Nuair a tháinig an mhaidin, when morning came.
Tháinig an t-~ orthu, they were stricken with poverty.
~ aduaidh a tháinig an scéala, the news came from an unexpected quarter.
Tháinig sé ~ go maith le bliain, he has come on well during the past year.
Nuair a tháinig ~ dó, when he grew up.
Tháinig siad ~ agus aniar orainn, they took us front and rear.
Tháinig ~ air, he brightened up.
Tháinig, tiocfaidh, sé Dé hA~, he came, will come, on Friday (last, next).
Níor tháinig an t-~ fós air, he has not yet reached the critical stage (of his illness).
Ar an triúr a tháinig aréir, among the three who came last night.
Bhí sé ar an dara fear a tháinig isteach, he was the second man who came in.
Tháinig teachtaire chugam ar a cheann, a messenger came to me for it.
Bhuail ~ mé, tháinig ~ ionam, I got a sudden pain in my side.
As a chéile tháinig siad uile, one by one they all came.
Tháinig siad ar ais ar a n-~, they retraced their way back.
Tháinig an t-~ ar an ~ (agus tháinig mo chuid féin ormsa de), the times have changed utterly (and I have changed along with them).
Tháinig ~ mór ort le bliain, you have greatly altered in the past year.
Níor tháinig sé chun ~ chugat, duit (a leithéid sin a rá, a dhéanamh), you had no right (to say, do, a thing like that).
Ní ~ a bhí tú imithe nuair a tháinig sé, you had only just left when he arrived.
Tháinig an ~ ar an leanbh, the child became convulsed.
Tháinig an ~ air; bhuail an ~ é, he became fatally ill.
As sin a tháinig a bhás, that is what brought about his death.
Tháinig sé ón m~, he recovered from, escaped, death.
Is ~ a tháinig, few came.
Tháinig ~ orm, I lost heart.
Tháinig sé chun an bhéil chugam (a rá leis), it occurred to me (to say to him).
Labhair mé mar a tháinig chun an bhéil chugam, I spoke at random.
Tháinig siad ina mbeirteanna, they came in twos, in pairs.
Tháinig ~ ar a shúile liom, his eyes flashed anger at me.
Tháinig ~ air le gairid, he has improved of late.
Tháinig sé anuas ar a bhoinn, ar bhoinn a chos, he fell on his feet.