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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
cuan1, m. (gs. -ain, pl. ~ta). 1. Haven. (a) Harbour. ~ a ghabháil, a bhualadh, a dhéanamh, to make harbour, port. S.a. caladh11, cloch11(p).(b) Place of refuge. ~ aoibhnis, síochána, haven of delight, of peace. Chuir sé go ~ na marbh mé, it nearly killed me. 2. Bow, curve. ~ i mbata, i lorga, bend in a stick, in a shin. Tháinig ~ ina chosa, he became bow-legged. 3. Bowed, stooped, person.
cuan2, f = cuain1.
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~nna agus cuanta, bays and harbours.
~ cuain, poirt, harbour town, port.
~ gleanna, cuain, entrance to glen, to harbour.
Cuan, port, a bhualadh, to make harbour, port.
~ cuain, wharf, jetty.
Cuan agus ~ a bhaint amach, to arrive safely in port.
Mar a gcaolaíonn an cuan, where the harbour narrows.
2. ~ bóthair, cuain, edge of road, of harbour.
~í cuain, harbour bearings.
Cois abhann, cladaigh, cuain, beside a river, a shore, a harbour.
~ coileán, litter of pups.
~ uisce, cuain, water, harbour, channel.
~amh ceann ar aghaidh, chun cuain, to make straight ahead, for harbour.
Cuan, port, a ghabháil, to make harbour, port.
~ abhann, coille, cuain, river, forest, harbour, guard.
Ag siúl láimh le cuan, walking along by the harbour.
Bád a ~an ar bhéal cuain, ar oileán, to steer a boat towards a harbour mouth, towards an island.
Is minic a bádh, a cailleadh, ~ láimh le cuan, there’s many a slip between the cup and the lip.
~í cuain, harbour rates.
Soilse cuain, harbour-lights.
Thug sé an long chun cuain, he brought the ship to harbour.
Cuan ~, pleasant harbour.
Ag ~t chun cuain, making for harbour.
Is ~ fear curaigh le cuan, enforced idleness is wearisome.
2. ~ (cuain), coastguard.
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