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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhí na scaotha ~ na scaotha éan ag dul ó dheas, there were flocks and flocks of birds going south.
San ~ ó dheas, in the south, southwards.
Tá an ghaoth ag athrú ó dheas, the wind is veering south.
Ba dheas an choiscéim siúil a bhí aici, léi, she stepped it out nicely.
Ó dheas, southwards.
Dul ó dheas, to go south.
Ó dheas siar ó dheas, ó dheas lámh siar, (to) south-south-west, south by west.
Ó dheas soir ó dheas, ó dheas lámh soir, (to) south-south-east, south by east.
San aird ó dheas, in a southerly direction.
An bóthar ó dheas, the road to the south.
An taobh ó dheas, the southerly part.
Tá an ghaoth ó dheas, the wind is in the south, has veered south.
De dheas, i n~, do, near, close, to.
De dheas, i n~, don áit, near the place.
Tá amharc de dheas dó aige, he is near-sighted.
An lámh dheas, the right hand.
An bhróg dheas, the right shoe.
Ba dheas liom labhairt leo, I’d like to speak to them.
Ba dheas uaidh beannú dúinn, it was nice of him to salute us.
Ba dheas mo ghnó ar aonach! What business would I have at a fair?
Ó dheas deasaítear! Right dress!
Tá ~ dheas chainte aige, he has a nice way of speaking.
Ba dheas an ~ dom é, it would have been much to my benefit.
Ar an ~ (dheas, chlé), on the (right, left) flank.
An ~ dheas, chlé, the Right, Left, wing.
Tá an ghaoth ag fréamhú ó dheas, the wind is settling in the south.
Bóthar atá ag ~áil ó thuaidh agus ó dheas, a road that runs north and south.
1. Iompú thart, ar clé, ó dheas, ar ais, isteach sa pháirc, to turn round, left, south, back, into the field.
~ dheas, ~ chlé, right, left, hand.
~ dheas le Bóinn, with the Boyne on the right.
Tá ~ ó dheas leis an talamh anseo, the land here slopes southwards.
Ba dheas do mhargadh fanacht sa bhaile, it would have been much better for you to stay at home.
Nár dheas uainn labhairt leo? Wouldn’t it be nice of us to speak to them?
Ó thuaidh, ó dheas, northwards, southwards.
Taobh ó thuaidh, ó dheas, de, north, south, of.
Rachadsa ~am ó dheas, I will go on southwards.
Ba dheas a ~ i mbróga, she carried herself beautifully.
~ ó thuaidh, ó dheas, (to) north-west, south-west.
~~ ó thuaidh, ó dheas, (to) west-north-west, west-south-west.
~ lámh ó thuaidh, lámh ó dheas, (to) west by north, by south.
~ ó dheas lámh ó dheas, lámh ~, (to) south-west by south, by west.
Níor dheas an ~ cainte uait é, it was not very nice language for you to use.
~ ó thuaidh, ó dheas, (to) north-east, south-east.
~~ ó thuaidh, ó dheas, (to) east-north-east, east-south-east.
~ lámh ó thuaidh, lámh ó dheas, (to) east by north, by south.
~ ó dheas lámh ó dheas, lámh ~, south-east by south, by east.
Tá na bóithre ag dul ó thuaidh agus ó dheas, the roads run north and south.
Thogh sí culaith dheas di féin, she picked out a nice dress for herself.
Ba dheas suí anseo ar an ~ tamall, it would be nice to sit here in seclusion for a while.
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