IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ léinn, scrúdaithe, educational, examination, subject.
Tá ~ an léinn air, he is reputed for learning.
An A~; A~ an Léinn, the Renaissance.
2. ~ léinn, branch of learning.
Tá ~ an airgid, an léinn, air, he is reputed to be wealthy, learned.
~ann sé gur fear léinn é, he conceives himself to be a learned man.
~ léinn, thirst for learning.
~ (beag) léinn, a (little) smattering of learning.
Ceist a chuaigh i n~ ar mhic léinn, a question which proved crucial with students.
Ba dhíth léinn a bhás, his death was a loss to learning.
Feidhmeannach, cléireach, mac léinn, ~, law-officer, -clerk, -student.
Deir ~ de lucht léinn (go), a body of, some, learned people say (that).
Le ~ an léinn, an eolais, with the growth of learning, of knowledge.
~ léinn, learned man, scholar.
~ an léinn, the spread of learning.
~eadh chun na hEaglaise, chun an léinn, air, he was called to the Church, to be a man of learning.
~thaí léinn, learned matters.
~ na fírinne, an léinn, love of truth, of learning.
~í léinn, halls of learning.
~ léinn, centre of learning.
~ mac léinn, students’ hostel.
Fear labhartha na mac léinn, the spokesman for the students.
Sháraigh air lena chuid léinn, he failed for all his learning.
Cúrsa léinn, course of studies.
Ag deanamh léinn, learning, studying.
Aos, lucht, léinn, learned people, students, scholars.
Tuigeann fear léinn leathfhocal, a word to the wise is sufficient.
~ léinn, learned persons.
Mic léinn ollscoile, university students.
~ airgid, oibre, léinn, a fair amount of money, of work, of learning.
Tá ~ an léinn ann, he has an aptitude for learning.
Ábhair léinn a mhúineadh, to teach educational subjects.
~ eolais, léinn, sharing of knowledge, of learning.
~ lucht léinn, academic life.
Ag ~adh an léinn, devouring knowledge.
Tá ~ léinn aige, he has a smattering of learning.
~ an léinn, reputation for learning.
~ léinn, pursuit of learning.
~ léinn, rudiments of learning.