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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
arm1, m. (gs. & npl. airm, gpl. ~).1. (a) Weapon. ~ géar, faobhair, sharp, edged, weapon. ~ diúractha, missile. ~ tine, firearm. Le tine is le h~, with fire and sword. (b) Implement, tool. 2. Coll: Arms. Lucht airm, armed men. Faoi ~, under arms. Faoi iomlán airm, fully armed. Faoi ~ agus éide, in ~ is in éide, armed and equipped. 3. Army. Dul san ~, to join the army. ~ a thógáil, to raise troops.
arm2 = armáil2.
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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ a bhfuil, a place where there is.
Airm a aisiompú, to reverse arms.
Ach nach raibh ~ airm acu, but that they had no arms, that they were unarmed.
Airm a ardú, to trail arms.
Ag iompar airm in ~ an diabhail, bearing arms in the service of the devil.
~ airm, weapon-play.
Cath a bhriseadh ar arm, to defeat an army in battle.
Arm ~, defeated army.
Arm a bhualadh, to defeat an army.
~ a bhriseadh ar arm, to defeat an army in battle.
~ airm, army commander.
I g~ airm, in command of an army.
~ airm, body of troops in close formation.
Airm ar ~, arms at slope.
Airm a chlaonadh, to slope arms.
~ airm, gaile, feat of arms, of valour.
~ airm, catha, flank of army, of battle.
~ airm, armlóin, eitilte, faisnéise, leighis, taidhleoireachta, army, army service, flying, intelligence, medical, diplomatic, corps.
~ airm a chur ar áit, to put an armed guard on a place.
Arm cosanta, defence force.
~ airm, stack of arms.
Duine a chur i bpost, san arm, to place s.o. in a job, in the army.
~ airm, court-martial.
~ airm agus éide, (outfit of) arms and uniform.
~ airm, withdrawal of army.
~ (airm), cadet.
Ní dheargfadh arm air, he was invulnerable.
~ airm, the bloodying of weapons; armed attack. (Of horse)
Arm déise, pointed weapon.
Arm a dhíothú, to wipe out an army.
Arm diúractha, missile.
Airm agus ~ agus éide, arms and equipment and uniform.
Bhí ~ ar fhir óga san arm, young men were wanted in the army.
Thug sé ~ aimsire san arm, he gave long service, stayed a long time, in the army.
Airm a fhódú, to ground arms.
Airm a ghabháil, to take arms.
Ní ghabhfadh arm é, no weapon could injure him.
Ag ~áil ar scoil, san arm, chun farraige, going to school, into the army, to sea.
Arm ~, professional army.
Ghéill an t-arm, the army surrendered.
~ airm, armour-bearer.
Airm a chur le ~, to shoulder arms.
I gceannas an airm, in command of the army.
Chuaigh an dá arm i g~ a chéile, the two armies engaged each other.
Imeacht sna saighdiúirí, san arm, to (go off to) join the army.
Arm a ~t, to ply a weapon.
~ airm, the employment of a weapon.
~ arm, plying of weapons.
Arm, scáth fearthainne, a iompar, to carry a weapon, an umbrella.
~ arm, carrying of arms.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá a lámh in ~ leis, he has lost the use of his arm.
Airm a aisiompú, to reverse arms.
Cuir do lámh ~ tharam, put your arm over me (from behind).
Ach nach raibh ~ airm acu, but that they had no arms, that they were unarmed.
Airm a ardú, to trail arms.
Lucht airm, armed men.
Faoi ~, under arms.
Faoi iomlán airm, fully armed.
Faoi ~ agus éide, in ~ is in éide, armed and equipped.
Ag iompar airm in ~ an diabhail, bearing arms in the service of the devil.
Long ~te, armed ship.
Bhí beart faoi m’~ liom, I had a bundle under my arm.
Cuir do lámh i m’~, faoi m’~, take my arm (for support).
~ mhara, an arm of the sea.
Rud a iompar ar bhacán do láimhe, to carry sth. on one’s bent arm.
~ cromáin, crank-arm.
Bhí an leanbh ina, ar a, ~ aici, she was carrying the child on her arm.
~ idir do lámha air, take it in your hands, arms.
An leanbh ar a ~ aici, carrying the child in her arms.
Bhí sé ag ~eamh na ngéag, he was flinging his arms about.
Chas sí a dhá lámh thairis, she wound her two arms round him.
~ uilleach, uilleann, arm-chair.
Cheangail siad a lámha dá thaobhanna, they pinioned his arms to his sides.
~ ghaisce, profession of arms.
Airm ar ~, arms at slope.
Airm a chlaonadh, to slope arms.
~ airm, gaile, feat of arms, of valour.
Bhí an leanbh ina ~ aici, she had the child under her shawl, wrapped up in her arms.
~ airm a chur ar áit, to put an armed guard on a place.
Acastóir, bacán, cás, pionna, cromáin, crank-axle, -arm, -case, -pin.
Is maith do bhuille tua i g~, I admire your work, your strength of arm.
Bhí a lámha ~ ar a chéile aige, he had his arms crossed.
Bhí a lámha i g~ aige, he had his arms extended.
~ airm, stack of arms.
Chuach sé faoina ascaill é, he bundled it under his arm.
~ do lámh tharam, put your arm round my shoulders.
Bhí a chasóg ar a chuisle aige, he had his coat on his arm.
4. ~ farraige, narrow arm of sea.
~ airm agus éide, (outfit of) arms and uniform.
~ airm, the bloodying of weapons; armed attack. (Of horse)
~ a láimhe uaidh, at arm’s length from him.
Airm agus ~ agus éide, arms and equipment and uniform.
Chomh ~ le mo lámh, le mo sciathán, as long as my arm.
~ ar lámh, bracelet on arm.
Do lámha a fhilleadh ar a chéile, to fold one’s arms (together).
Airm a fhódú, to ground arms.
Ar ~, standing by, standing to (arms).
Airm a ghabháil, to take arms.
~adh a lámha agus a chosa air, he was deprived of the use of his arms and legs.
Tá sé ina ghabháil aige, he is carrying it in his arms, in front of him.
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