IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Cuir an t-éadach leapa ~ air, cover him with the bedclothes.
Éadach leapa a athchóiriú ar dhuine, to readjust bedclothes over s.o.
~ staighre, leapa, foot of stairs, of bed.
~ boird, leapa, head of table, of bed.
~ cnis, leapa, bosom, bed, companion; spouse.
~ leapa, piliúir, bed-cover, pillow-case.
Córacha leapa, dorais, bed-, door-, fittings.
Ar cholbha na leapa, on the edge of the bed.
Ag ~ mo leapa, by my bedside.
~ leapa, uaighe, foot of bed, of grave.
Duine a chur chun leapa, to put s.o. to bed; to provide a bed for s.o.
~ cathaoireach, leapa, the uncomfortableness of a chair, of a bed.
Téigh i bh~ do chodlata, do leapa, take yourself off to sleep, to bed.
Faoi ~ na leapa, under the back of the bed.
~ (leapa, luí), concubine; paramour.
Níl uaidh ach ~ a leapa a fháil, all he wants is a place where he can lie down.
~ boird, leapa, table-, bed-, linen.
2. ~ leapa, sleeping-booth.
~ leapa, bed-post. (Of boat)
Shrac siad an t-éadach leapa de, they yanked the bedclothes off him.
~ (leapa), canopy over bed.