IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Téigh a chodladh, go to sleep.
Chlis sé suas, as a chodladh, as a shuí, he started up, out of his sleep, out of his seat.
Bhí sé ag ~ ina chodladh, he was starting in his sleep.
Dul a chodladh, to go to sleep.
Duine a chur a chodladh, to put s.o. to sleep.
An lá a chodladh, to sleep away the day.
Bheith i do chodladh, to be asleep.
Thit a chodladh air, thit sé ina chodladh, he fell asleep.
Oíche gan chodladh, a sleepless night.
Tá mé ó chodladh na hoíche aige, I can’t sleep at night on account of it.
Ná cuireadh sé ó chodladh na hoíche thú, don’t lose your night’s sleep over it.
Tá sé thar a chodladh, he is past his sleep.
Ag caint trína chodladh, talking in his sleep.
Tá sé idir a chodladh is a dhúiseacht, he is half asleep.
Duine a mhúscailt as a chodladh, to rouse s.o. from sleep.
As do chodladh go dtuga tú do shláinte, may your sleep be a healthy sleep.
Bheith i do chodladh ar do ghnó, to be unaware of what concerns you.
Bhí an bás ina chodladh ina clár, death was lurking in her timbers.
An uile thairne ina chodladh, every nail driven home.
Tá sé ag corraí ina chodladh, he is disturbed in his sleep.
Chuir sé ó chodladh na hoíche mé, it kept me awake at night.
~ a chodladh, to sleep a while.
Idir chodladh is dhúiseacht, between sleeping and waking.
Duine a dhúiseacht as a chodladh, to wake s.o. from sleep.
Dúiseacht (as do chodladh), to awaken (from sleep).
A chodladh go h~! You sleepy-head!
Lig sé ~ as ina chodladh, he gave a groan in his sleep.
D’~ a chodladh air, he dropped off to sleep.
Éirí as do chodladh, as do leaba, to rise from one’s sleep, from one’s bed.
Bíonn sé ina chodladh ar ~, he is always asleep.
Tá an leanbh ag ~áil a chodladh, the child is going to sleep.
An bhfuil tú i do chodladh? Are you asleep?
D’~ sé ina chodladh, he passed away in his sleep.
Duine a ~ean abhaile, a chodladh, to let s.o. go home, to sleep.
Leanbh a mhealladh le dul a chodladh, to induce a child to go to sleep.
1. ~t (as do chodladh), to awaken (from sleep).
Duine a mhúscailt (as a chodladh), to wake s.o. (from sleep).
Bhí ~ agam aréir i mo chodladh, someone appeared to me last night in my sleep; I had a premonition while asleep last night.
~ a chodladh, to take a nap.
Tá sé ag ~ ina chodladh, he is raving in his sleep.
Dul a luí, a chodladh, to go to bed, to sleep.
Thit sé dá chodladh, he fell asleep.
~im i do chodladh, to fall asleep.
Trí thráth gan chodladh, three days and nights without sleep.
Bhí sé ag éagaoineadh ~na chodladh, he was moaning in his sleep.