IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ na coille, the tangled undergrowth.
~ coille, standing timber.
~ coille, margin of wood.
I g~ na coille, na hoíche, in the depths of the wood, of the night.
~ casarnaí, cíbe, coille, garraí, giolcaí, sailí, grasshopper, sedge-, wood-, garden-, reed-, willow-, warbler.
~ na coille, the fringe of the wood.
I g~ na coille, in the margin of the wood.
~ coille, trá, gleanings of woodland, of seashore.
Chuirfeadh sé dhá cheann na ~e ar a chéile, ‘he would set both ends of the forest at each other’, he would cause a row in any company.
Lucht ~e, (i) wood-folk, (ii) outlaws.
~ coille, ring-dove, wood-pigeon.
~ (caoch, coille), woodcock.
~ coille, thinned-out, skeleton, forest.
I n~ na coille, in the security of the wood.
~ coille, forest entanglement.
~ báid, coille, guail, boatman, woodsman, coalman.
~ na coille, the forest foliage.
~ abhann, coille, cuain, river, forest, harbour, guard.
~ mór na coille, deadly nightshade, belladonna.
~ coille, uisce, wood, water, avens.
~ coille, stick of timber.
~ coille, ~ lathaí, marsh tit.
~ na coille, forest debris.
I d~ na coille, in the thickness of the wood.
In ~ na coille, in the solitude of the forest.
~ coille, verdant state of forest.