IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
draid, f. (gs. ~e, pl. ~eanna).1. (a) Mouth (showing teeth); grin, grimace. ~ a chur ort féin le duine, to make a mouth, to grimace, at s.o. ~ gháire, broad grin; derisive laugh. Chuir an madra ~ air féin, the dog bared his teeth, snarled. Bhí a phíopa ina dhraid aige, he had the pipe stuck in his mouth. Buille sa ~, a blow on the mouth. Abair lena dhraid é, cast it in his teeth. (b) Open mouth, opening. Lán go ~, full to the brim. Ag dul thar ~, overflowing. 2. Coll: Teeth; set of teeth. ~ íochtair, uachtair, lower, upper, teeth. ~ bhreá fiacla, fine set of teeth. ~mhantach, gapped teeth. ~ sáibh, teeth of saw. ~ bíse, jaws of vice.