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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
eallach, m. (gs. -aigh, pl. -aí).1. Lit: Chattels, goods. 2. Cattle. ~ a thógáil, to rear cattle. ~ óg, seasc, ramhar, young, dry, fat, cattle. ~ bainne, milch cows. ~ agus caoirigh, cattle and sheep. 3. (a) Livestock. (b) Poultry. (Var:pl. eallaigh)
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá an t-eallach daor, cattle are dear.
Tá luach an eallaigh ~, the price of cattle is down.
~ beithíoch, eallaigh, stoic, cattle fair.
~ daoine, eallaigh, too many people, cattle.
Ag beathú eallaigh, feeding, fattening, cattle, rearing cattle.
~ eallaigh, head of cattle.
~ eallaigh, animal food.
Tá ~ ar luach eallaigh, there is an increase, an improvement, in the price of cattle.
~ daoine, eallaigh, surging mass of people, cattle.
~ eallaigh, daoine, butchering of cattle, of people.
Dá cheann eallaigh, two head of cattle.
~ eallaigh, curaíochta, cattle-, tillage-, watching.
Ag cothú eallaigh, feeding, fattening, cattle.
~ beithíoch, eallaigh, veterinary surgeon.
~ eallaigh, caorach, driving, chasing, of cattle, of sheep.
~ a chur faoi eallach, chapaill, to bed down cattle, horses.
Eallach a chur ar ~, to put cattle out to grass.
Eallach ~a, bloodstock.
Eallach, earraí, a ghabháil, to seize, confiscate, cattle, goods.
~ a dhéanamh ar bharra, ar eallach, to attend to crops, to cattle.
I g~ na bpáistí, an eallaigh, minding the children, the cattle.
Bhí an-~ ar eallach seasc, dry cattle were selling fast.
Tá an t-eallach ~ aige, he has put in the cattle.
~ eallaigh, stock-whip.
Eallach a ~ean ar thalamh, to let cattle enter upon land.
~ chaorach, eallaigh, property in sheep, in cattle.
~ eallaigh, beithíoch, cattle-market.
~ maith ar eallach, a good judge of cattle.
Tá an t-eallach in ~ maith aige, he has the cattle in good condition.
~ caorach, eallaigh, breed of sheep, of cattle.
Leag sé an bhearna ~ an eallach, he lowered the gap to let the cattle through.
~ eallaigh, (herd of) scrawny cattle.
~ eallaigh, capall, cattle, horse, show.
Níl ~ fodair againn don eallach, we haven’t a blade of fodder for the cattle.
Ní raibh ~ ar eallach óg, young cattle were not in demand.
~ a chur faoin eallach, to bed down the cattle.
3. Eallach stóir, store cattle.
Eallach, caoirigh, a thiomáint, to drive cattle, sheep.
~ eallaigh, cattle-driving.
~ earraí, eallaigh, ola, trade in goods, in cattle, in oil.
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