IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá mála mine air, he is carrying a bag of meal.
~ mála, gunna, mouth of bag, of gun.
~ síos sa mhála é, press it down in the bag.
~ amach an mála, beat out the (contents of the) bag.
Mála dhá chéad, two-hundredweight bag.
Mála ocht g~, eight-stone bag.
Chorn sé i mála iad, he wrapped them in a bag.
An ~ críon, the old bag of bones.
~ choirce, phrátaí, stolen bag of oats, of potatoes.
Rud a chur i mála, i gcomhad, i do phóca, to put sth. in a bag, in a file cover, in one’s pocket.
~ maith do mhála plúir, the greater part of a bag of flour.
~ isteach sa mhála é, pack it into the bag.
Chomh nimhneach le mála ~, as vicious as a bag of weasels.
Ciseán, mála, a fholmhú, to empty a basket, a bag.
Lucht gaoithe móire, windy speakers, gas-bags.
Mála, múnla, glóthaí, jelly-bag, -mould.
Chomh ~ le plúirín, le mála an ghoirm, as blue as indigo, as a blue-bag.
~ beart, málaí, the carrying of parcels, of bags.
Bhí an mála ar ~ leis, he was carrying the bag.
Éadach, mála, leathair, leather cloth, bag.
Tá na málaí ina ~ sa scioból, the bags are lying (unused) in the barn.
~ plúir, bag of flour; flour-bag.
~ fuála, (sewing) work-bag.
~ scoile, school-bag, satchel.
~ síothlaithe, straining-bag.
~ taistil, travelling-bag.
~ mála, saic, apron of bag or sack material.
Do mhálaí a phacáil, to pack one’s bags.
Mála a phlucadh le holann, to stuff a bag with wool.
~ milseán, ‘poke’, bag, of sweets.
~ barraigh, hempen (money-)bag.
Rud a phulcadh isteach i mála, to stuff sth. into a bag.
Ag ~eadh breac, driving trout (into bag-net).