IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
cathaoir, f. (gs. ~each, pl. ~eacha). 1. Chair. ~ uilleach, uilleann, arm-chair. ~ bhog, shócúil, easy-chair. ~ luascáin, othair, rothaí, rocking-, invalid, wheel-, chair. ~ shúgáin, sugan chair. Dul sa chathaoir, to take the chair, preside (at meeting). Fear ~each, chairman. S.a. naipcín. 2. Seat, throne. ~ ríoga, royal seat, throne. ~ easpaig, bishop’s throne. ~ bhreithiúnais, seat of judgment. Tá an ghaoth sa chathaoir chéanna i gcónaí, the wind is still in the same point. 3. Stool, stump (of tree). ~ ghiúise, pine log.
IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ cathaoireach, a place in which to put a chair.
~ de chathaoir, de ghort, corner, edge, of chair, of field.
Cathaoir bhog, easy-chair.
Leaba, cathaoir, champa, camp-bed, camp-chair.
Cathaoir chaolaigh, wicker chair.
Clann Chathaoir ~ an chogaidh, Clann Chathaoir, the fomentors of war.
~ boird, cathaoireach, leabhair, table-, chair-, book-, cover.
Bord, cathaoir, a chlúdach, to cover a table, a chair.
Cathaoir, cailleach, na ~e, the chair, the old woman, in the (fireside) corner.
Má tá cathaoir faoi mo choinne, if there is a chair (set aside) for me.
Tá ~ sa chathaoir seo, this is a comfortable chair.
~ tábla, cathaoireach, corner, edge, of table, of chair.
Cathaoir chorraiceach, rickety chair.
~ boird, cathaoireach, leg of table, of chair.
~ ar chathaoir, as an díon, é, hang it on a chair, from the roof.
~ cathaoireach, scátháin, back of chair, of mirror.
~ cathaoireach, covering, upholstering, of chair.
Culaith, cathaoir, inneall, gunna, a dhéanamh, to make a suit, a chair, an engine, a gun.
Tú féin a dheasú i gcathaoir, ar chapall, chun boird, to settle oneself in a chair, on horseback, at table.
Dhírigh sé aniar (sa chathaoir, sa leaba), he sat up straight (in the chair, in the bed).
~ cathaoireach, leapa, the uncomfortableness of a chair, of a bed.
~ cathaoireach, back of chair.
~ cathaoireach, chair rail.
Éirí ó do ghlúine, ó bhord, as cathaoir, to rise from one’s knees, from table, from a chair.
Éirí sa leaba, sa chathaoir, to sit up in bed, in the chair. (Of resurrection)
D’~ sé aniar sa chathaoir, sa leaba, he sat up in the chair, in the bed.
D’~ an leanbh le cos na cathaoireach, the child got up with the aid of the chair leg.
~ na cathaoireacha, an bord, set the chairs, the table.
Cliabh, cathaoir, mata, a fhí, to weave a basket, a chair, a mat.
~a Chathaoir Mhóir, (the various branches of) the descendants of Cathaoir Mór.
~ sé é féin anuas sa chathaoir, he lowered himself into the chair.
~ sé é féin siar sa chathaoir, he leaned back in the chair.
Capall, cathaoir, luascáin, rocking-horse, -chair.
~ cathaoireach, antimacassar.
Phreab sé den chathaoir, he sprang from the chair.
~ na cathaoireacha dóibh, arrange the chairs for them.
~ cathaoireach, rung, tie, of chair.
Cathaoir ~e, swivel-chair.
Suí, luí, ~ sa chathaoir, to sit, to lie, back in the chair.
Shocraigh sé é féin sa chathaoir, he settled himself in the chair.
Ná bí ag ~ sa chathaoir, don’t throw yourself about in the chair.
Shuigh sé ~ sa chathaoir, he sat up in the chair.
Suí ar chathaoir, to sit on a chair.
~ cathaoireach, seat of chair.
aníos do chathaoir in aice na tine, bring up your chair close to the fire.
~ boird, cathaoireach, side of table, of chair.
~ ort an chathaoir sin, pull up that chair for yourself.
~ isteach do chathaoir, pull in your chair.
Tá an seomra ~te le cathaoireacha, the room is cluttered with chairs.
Thug sé ~ aniar sa chathaoir, he jerked himself forward in the chair.