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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
dea1, s. (In phrase) Mar dhea (go) : mar 4(c).
dea-2, hyphenated pref. 1. Good. 2. Well-. (a)~ -araíonach, well-favoured. (b) (Approvingly) ~-líonta, well-filled.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ dea-dhuine, the makings of a good man.
Ar an dea-uair, at a fortunate time; fortunately.
~ an drochmhadra agus ní heagal duit an dea-mhadra, mollify the wicked and you need not fear the strong.
Duine a bhfuil an dea-cháilíocht aige, a person of good qualities, character.
~ agus dea-lá, a calm and pleasant day.
Fuair sé dea-lá chun na ~e, he had good weather for his funeral.
~ fearthainne, dea-aimsire, sign of rain, of good weather.
~ a thabhairt don dea-rún, to take the will for the deed.
~ a bheith agat do dhuine, to be well-disposed towards s.o.
~ an duine, a person’s good name.
Ní hé an ~ a thug sé orm, he called me an impolite name, miscalled me.
~ a bheith agat ar dhuine, to have an agreeable acquaintanceship with s.o., to know and esteem s.o.
~ agus dea-lá chun na cille, a good death and a good day on one’s last journey.
~ a chaitheamh, to lead a good life.
~ a fháil ar bhia, to relish food.
~ a bheith ort, to be of good repute.
Tá ~ oibrí air, he is esteemed as a workman.
~eanna, witticisms.
Beagán de do chuid ~e(anna) uait! Let us have less of your smart talk!
Tá ~ air, he, it, looks good, promising.
~ a chur ar rud, to bring sth. to a happy conclusion.
~ ort! May you come to a good end; may you do well for yourself.
Lucht ~, kind-hearted people.
Na dea-dhaoine, men of good will.
Beannaigh don ~ agus lig an drochdhuine thart, ‘salute the good person and let the bad person pass’, cherish your friends and avoid your enemies.
Slua dea-eagair, well-ordered host.
Bíonn an ~ i gcónaí aige, ina bhéal, he speaks well of everyone.
Ní mhilleann ~ fiacail, a kind word is always welcome.
Níl an ~ air, he looks surly.
~ chun na cille, a good day for one’s last journey.
Le ~, respectfully.
Fear ~ air féin, a self-respecting man.
~ a bheith agat do dhuine, to be well-disposed towards s.o.
Le ~, with kind regards.
Lucht ~e, men of goodwill.
Le ~ an aire, with the minister’s compliments.
Tá an ~ ann, he is mettlesome, spirited.
Níl ~ agam astu, I don’t really trust them.
Bheith ~ (le chéile), to be good friends.
Urnaithe agus dea-oibreacha, prayers and good works.
Níl (aon) ~ ar an lá, an duine sin, the day, that person, has a threatening appearance.
Aithint idir an ~ agus an drochrud, to distinguish between what is good and what is bad.
An ~ a dhéanamh, to do what is good.
Ní hé an ~ a thug anseo é, he hasn’t come here for any good purpose.
~ a bheith agat (do dhuine), to be well-intentioned (towards s.o.).
Rud a dhéanamh le ~, to do sth. with good intent.
Níor chuala mé an ~ riamh aige, he never has a good word to say.
Tá ~ leis chugainn, he brings us good news.
~ a thabhairt, to give good example.
Duine ~, one who gives good example.
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