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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ceannaí, m. (gs. ~, pl. -aithe).1. Buyer, purchaser. 2. Dealer, merchant. ~ capall, bó, horse-, cattle-, dealer. ~ éadaigh, fíona, guail, clothes-, wine-, coal-, merchant. ~ éisc, fishmonger. ~ fionnaidh, fur-trader. ~ síoda, silk-mercer. ~ bratóg, ceirteacha, rag-merchant. ~ gearr, retailer. ~ mála, pedlar. S.a. punt11.
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé buí as a cheannaithe, he is yellow-featured.
Na ceannaithe, the features.
Ceannaithe snoite, clear-cut features.
Tá, is maith atá, sé ceannaithe agat, you have paid (well) for it, earned it (well).
~ cheannaithe, the teachings of experience.
Tá ~ cheannaithe aige, he has learned his lesson.
Ceannaithe, méara, ~, delicate features, fingers.
Ceannaí ~, sharp buyer.
Tá a cheannaithe ag géarú leis an aois, his features are becoming sharper with age.
Ceannaithe, fiacla, ~a, coarse features, teeth.
Ceannaí lóin, provision merchant.
~ an cheannaí, generous measure.
Ceannaí, siopa, ~aí, antique dealer, shop.
~ an Rí, an Bhodaigh, an Cheannaí, belt of Orion.
Tá a cheannaithe ag tanú, his features are getting thin.
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