IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
fóill, a1. 1. Lit: Light, slight, subtle, tenuous. 2. (a)Lit: Easy, gentle, quiet, still. (b)(As int.)~! (~!) Easy! Gently! (c)(As vb.)~ ort! Go easy! Wait. ~ ar do lámh, stay your hand. 3. (In adv. phrase) Go ~, yet, still. Tá sé anseo go ~, he is still here. Níor imigh sé go ~, he hasn’t left yet. Tá sé le déanamh go ~, it has yet to be done. An bhfaca tú go ~ é? Have you seen it yet? Is cuimhin liom go ~ é, I remember it yet. Fan go ~, wait a while; just you wait. Fan againn go ~ beag, stay with us for a little while yet. Íocfaidh tú go ~ é, you will pay for it yet. Riamh go ~, never yet. (Var. of 3:~each)
IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Gnás atá ~ go fóill, a custom that still survives.
Tá sí ag brath ar na fir go fóill, she still has expectations of a husband.
Tá sé ina bhrín óg go fóill, he still looks young and gay.
Ná déan ~ go fóill, don’t shout victory yet.
Níl ~ aige go fóill, he hasn’t learned sense yet.
Tá sé i mo chluasa go fóill, it is still ringing in my ears.
Tá siad ina g~ ann go fóill, they are still living there.
Níl sé i g~ fir go fóill, he hasn’t reached man’s estate yet.
Tá ~ acu le hÉirinn go fóill, they have still got a warm spot in their heart for Ireland.
Níor dhealaigh an slaghdán liom go fóill, the cold hasn’t left me yet.
Níl ~ a gcoda iontu go fóill, they are not able to make out for themselves yet.
Níl ~ againn leis na bithiúnaigh sin go fóill, we haven’t rid ourselves of those scoundrels yet.
~ go fóill liom, hear me further.
~ (ort) go fóill, hold on a bit.
Tá an áit ~ go fóill, the vacancy is still unfilled.
Tá ~ go fóill ann, he is still active.
Tá sé ~ go fóill, he is young yet.
Is beag an ~ atá sa ghasúr sin go fóill, that boy is not fit to do much yet.
Níl mé ag ~aidh éirí go fóill, I don’t want to get up yet.
Ná h~ go fóill, don’t go yet.
Níl ~ ar bith sa ghasúr sin go fóill, that boy has no strength in him yet.
Ní chuirfinn ar an ~ le fear é go fóill, I wouldn’t expect him to do a man’s work, consider him a man, yet.
Tá an obair ~ aige go fóill, the work is strange to him yet.
Níor chuir sé ~ ar an bhféar go fóill, he hasn’t had the grass grazed yet.
Mura raibh spórt ann ní ~ go fóill é, you never saw such sport.
Tá siad ina ~ go fóill, they are still in bed.
Gnás a mhaireann go fóill, a custom that still survives.
Níl ~ ar bith go fóill ort, you haven’t failed a bit.
Ní ~ gur imigh siad go fóill, they are probably not gone yet.
Fan sa ~ go fóill, stay in bed for a while yet.
Tá ~ aige do na mná go fóill, he is still fond of the women.
Tá mala mhór romhainn go fóill, there is a steep incline still ahead of us.
Níl ann ach ~ den earrach go fóill, there is only a semblance of spring yet.
Glúin nár saolaíodh go fóill, a generation yet unborn.
Níl mé ~ ón tinneas go fóill, I haven’t quite got over my illness yet.
Tá sí ~ go fóill, she is still free of marriage ties.
Ná lig an ~ ort féin go fóill, don’t let yourself drift into old age yet.
Tá an teach ina sheasamh go fóill, the house is still standing.
Tá ~ beo go fóill ach níl seisean, she (the wife) is still alive but he (the husband) is not.
Níl an tír ~ go fóill, the country is not settled yet.
Tá siad ~ le chéile go fóill, they are still unaccustomed to one another.
Beidh mise ~ leat go fóill, I’ll be even with you yet.
Bíonn siad ag taisteal ar an oileán go fóill, they still make journeys to the island.
Níl siad i d~ na hoibre go fóill, they are not familiar with the work yet.
Tiocfaidh mé ar cheart an scéil go fóill, I will get at the rights of the matter yet.
Tiocfaidh an tromobair sin romhat go fóill, that heavy work will tell on you yet.
Bainfear an ~ as go fóill, he will get a cooling yet.
Rachaidh siad chun troda go fóill, they will start to fight yet.
Tá ~ an tí le cothromú go fóill, the place round the house has still to be levelled.
Níor thosaigh an séasúr go fóill, the season hasn’t opened yet.