IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Níl ~ aici ar fheoil a ithe, she can’t take meat.
Tá sé ar ~ aici, he is captivated by her.
Tá a máthair aici, she has her mother (staying with her, helping her).
Tá grá, gráin, aici air, she loves, hates, him.
Bhí mac óg inné aici, she had, gave birth to, a son yesterday.
Bhí sé ionann ~ (a bheith) caite aici, she had almost spent it.
1. Tá sé sa chéill is aigeantaí aici, he is crazy about her.
Tá ~ baintrí aici, she has cast off her widow’s weeds.
Dá mbeadh ~ aici ar na páistí, if she cared for the children.
Bean a bhfuil ~ aici, a woman who has a dowry.
Bhí an leanbh ina, ar a, ~ aici, she was carrying the child on her arm.
Bhí a lán ~í aici, she had a lot of rhymes and anecdotes.
An leanbh ar a ~ aici, carrying the child in her arms.
Bhí an leanbh ar a ~ aici, she was breast-feeding the baby.
Tá ~ i ndiaidh an linbh aici, she is pining after the child.
Tá an saol mór le ~ aici, she takes it on herself to discuss, gossip about, everybody’s business.
Ní thig léi ~ ar bith a bhaint den ógánach sin aici, she can get no good out of that young fellow of hers.
Saol ~ atá aici, she leads a miserable life.
Bhí sé sin sa chinniúint aici, that was fated for her.
Bhí an leanbh ina ~ aici, she had the child under her shawl, wrapped up in her arms.
Ba dheas an choiscéim siúil a bhí aici, léi, she stepped it out nicely.
Bó a mbeadh ~ bainne aici, a cow that would give a fair amount of milk.
Tá a ~ aici, she is light of heart.
Tá ~ maith aici, she is good at heart.
Tá ~ na seachtaine istigh aici, she has laid in provisions for the week.
Tá sin féin ina chuideachta aici, even that is company for her, occupies her mind.
Tá siad ~ aici, she is careful of, solicitous about, them.
Tá teanga dhíobhálach aici, she has a spiteful tongue.
Bhí duine clainne ar ~ aici, she had an illegitimate child.
Tá ~ deas aici, she has a nice singing-voice.
Bhí ~ clainne aici, she had a child.
Tá (an) ~ dhubh aici, she has black magic.
Tá croí ~ aici, she is light of heart.
Tá ~ lag aici, she has a helpless brood, family.
Tá a cuid ~ ar bharr an duáin aici, she is all out to hook a man.
D’fhág sé an áit aici, he bequeathed the place to her.
~ an focal deireanach aici, let her have the last word.
Bhí a cuid gruaige ina fáinní aici, she had her hair in ringlets.
Tá croí ~ aici, she is open-hearted.
Aici féin is fearr a fhios, she knows best herself.
Tá neart ~ aici, she talks a lot.
Cibé geasa a bhí aici air, whatever fascination she had for him.
Bhí ~ geab aici orm, she kept pecking at me.
Tá cuimhne ghlinn aici, she has a sharp memory.
An ~ a bhí aici ar a máthair, the love she had for her mother.
Bhí ~ phrátaí thíos aici, she was roasting a batch of potatoes in the ashes.
Is breá an ~ atá aici, she has a fine singing-voice.
Tá sé ar éill aici, she has him on a string.
Bhí ~ fada aici ar an anás, she had long forbearance in distress.
Tá ~ beag dá cuid féin aici, she has some means of her own.