IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ba bhocht an t-~ é, it was a sad sight.
Tá dóigh bheag bhocht orthu, they are in a poor way.
Fáilte roimh bhocht is nocht, everybody is welcome (regardless of circumstances).
Áit bhocht, poor place; unattractive place.
Aimsir bhocht, miserable weather.
Culaith bhocht, shabby suit.
Obair bhocht, poor work; disagreeable work.
Pian bhocht, bad, distressing, pain.
Tá cos bhocht air, his leg is in a bad state (with injury).
Tá ~ bhocht ort, you are very restless.
A chabhail bhocht! My poor fellow! My poor old friend!
Ba bhocht an chinniúint a bhí roimhe, an ill fate awaited him.
Beatha bhocht dhearóil, poor miserable life.
Tá ~ bheag bhocht air, he has a very poor appearance; he looks sickly.
An ~ bheag bhocht, the poor little thing.
Ba bhocht an ~ iad, they were a sorry spectacle.
Ba bhocht an ~ a fuair siad, a d’imigh orthu, they were left in a poor plight, came to a sorry end.
Fuair sé ~ bhocht, he was sadly abused.
An bhean bhocht atá léi féin, the poor woman who is by herself.
Thug siad bail bhocht air, they ill-treated him.
Tá ~ bhocht orthu, they are in a terrible mix-up.
An ~ bhocht, the poor wretch.
Thug siad ~ bhocht orthu féin, they left themselves in a sorry state of bedragglement.