IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
gion1, m. (gs. & pl. geana).Lit:1. Mouth. I ngeana na bhfilí, in the mouths of the poets. ~ an ghleanna, the mouth of the glen. Ó aon ghion, with one voice. 2. (Of weapon) Edge, point. Éire a chur faoi ghion claímh, to conquer Ireland with the sword.
gion2, conj. Lit:~ go, gur, though not. ~ go bhfeadar có tú, although I know not who you are. ~ gur cóir é, though it is not just.