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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
go ceann. 1. To the top of. 2. To the end of. 3. For the duration of. Fan go ~ seachtaine, wait for a week. Ní bheidh sé agam go ~ míosa, I won’t have it for a month yet. Go ~ tamaill eile, for another while.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ go ceann bliana, for a year from now.
Ó bhaithis (an chinn) go bonn (na coise), from head to foot, all over.
Is gairid go mbuaile sé a cheann ar an spéir, he is growing remarkably tall.
Ó cheann (go) ~ na tíre, from one end of the country to the other.
Chuirfinn mo cheann ar ~ (go), I’d bet my life (that).
Tá sé i gceann a chéile go maith, it is well put together. (Used with various prepositions)
Rudaí a chur i gceann a chéile go ~, to put things together neatly.
Go ~ istigh i mo cheann, firmly implanted in my mind.
Is fearr é go mór (is go) ~ ná an ceann eile, it is ever so much better than the other one.
Go ceann ~, for a long time to come.
Tá sé i g~ a chéile go maith, it is well put together; he is well built.
Thugamar an ~ linn go ceann scríbe, we reached our destination in daylight.
Go ceann dhá ~ go leith, for a very long time to come.
Ceann go leith, one and a half.
Go ceann dhá lá go leith, for a very long time.
Ní chíorfaidh sí ceann ~ go brách, she will never live to comb grey locks.
Is fearr go ~ an ceann seo, this one is much better. (Intensifying)
Ó cheann (go) ceann na tíre, from one end of the country to the other.
Chuamar go ceann sprice, go bun na sprice, leis an scéal, we pursued the matter all the way.
Tabharfaidh an cosán sin go ceann na trá sibh, that path will bring you to the head of the strand.
Fág agam é go ceann tamaill, leave it with me for a while.
Thar ~ go, notwithstanding.
Shíl mé go dtógfaidís an ceann den teach ag béicíl, I thought they would raise the roof off the house with their yelling.
2. Thóg sé ina cheann (go), he took it into his head (that).
Go ceann naoi d~, for nine days.
Ná ~ go bhfuil cead do chinn anseo agat, don’t get the idea that you can do as you please here.
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