IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
An bhean is breátha a chuir a haghaidh le h~, the most beautiful woman ever born.
An bhean bheag, the little woman.
An bhean sin, that woman.
An bhean is ~ leis, the woman he loves best.
A bhean chóir, chléibh, my dear woman.
A chéad bhean, his first wife.
Cé hí an bhean eile? Who is the other woman?
Cérbh í an bhean óg? Who was the young woman?
An chéad fhear, bhean, duine, uimhir, the first man, woman, person, number.
6. ~ (de dhuine, de bhean), feather-weight.
A dhuine, a bhean, chléibh, man, woman, dear.
Bhí a bhean chóir leis, his good lady accompanied him.
A bhean chóir! My dear lady!
~ de bhean mhór, a big broad-built woman.
An bhean a chráigh mo chroí, the woman who broke my heart.
A dhuine, a bhean, chroí, my dear man, woman.
Bhí a bhean ar a chúla leis, his wife was riding pillion with him.
~ bhean an tí ag an gcat, the cat benefits by the housewife’s negligence.
An bhean a ~ dó a phósadh, an bhean a ~ a phósfadh sé, the woman he nearly married.
An bhean atá ~ is furasta a cóiriú, [’a handsome woman is easily dressed’, good wine needs no bush.
Múinteoir is ea an bhean, an fear, the wife, the husband, is a teacher.
Más ea, is breá an bhean í, as to that, she is a fine woman.
Tá sé ag ~ lena bhean, le fir eile, he is jealous of his wife, of other men.
Éirí i d’fhear, i do bhean, to become a man, a woman.
D’fhág a bhean é, his wife left him.
Is breá ~ an bhean í, she is a fine woman indeed.
An bhean a bhí i n~ aige, the woman who was betrothed to him.
Is é an ~ do bhean óg é, he is quite a catch for a young woman.
An bhean is fearr ~, the best-looking woman.
Is breá an bhean í, she is a fine woman.
Ba bhreá an bhean í, nár bhreá? She was a fine woman, wasn’t she?
Ba í an bhean ab áille acu uile í, she was the most beautiful woman of them all.
Fágadh an bhean sin go ~, that woman was left with a young family.
An bhean bhocht atá léi féin, the poor woman who is by herself.
An bhean ba bhreátha lena ~, the finest woman of her time.
An bhean is breátha dár ~ súil uirthi, the finest woman that eye ever rested on.
Lena fáil ~ bhean, to get her as a wife.
An bhean is fearr ~, the best-natured woman.
An ~ is a mháthair; an ~ mór is a bhean, all the world and his wife.
An bhean a sheas leis an leanbh, the woman who stood sponsor for the child.
A bhean ~, my dear woman.
Is ~ an bhean í, she is such a frugal woman.
Is í an bhean ~ í, she is such a calm and prudent woman.
Tá an bhean a bhí i laige ag teacht thart, the woman who swooned is coming round.
An bhean is teo le mo chroí, the woman dearest to my heart.
Ar bhean an tí a théann sin, that is the responsibility of the woman of the house.
Thréig sé a bhean agus a chlann, he deserted his wife and children.