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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
leiceann, m. (gs. -cinn, npl. -cne, gpl. ~). Cheek. 1. Leicne fada, plucacha, long, rounded, cheeks. Cló leicinn, side-view, profile. D’fhéach sé i ndiaidh a leicinn orm, he looked sideways at me. Bain an chluas ón ~ díom má tharlaíonn a leithéid, I’ll bet you anything that it won’t come to pass. 2. Cu:~ muice, pig’s cheek. 3. ~ cnoic, side, slope, of hill. 4. Rac:De ~, by a short head. (Var:f)
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ leicinn, hair parted to one side.
~ sa leiceann, sa bhéal, slap on the cheek, in the mouth.
~ sa leiceann, slap on the cheek.
Chomh ~ is atá tú beo, grian ar an aer, méara ort, cluas ar do leiceann, gob ar phréachán, púdar i nDoire, an Cháisc ar an Domhnach! As sure as anything!
~ grua, leicinn, cheek-bone.
Do bhéal, do leicne, a dheargadh, to rouge one’s lips, cheeks.
Leicne doimhne, sunken cheeks.
Bhuail sé ar fhad mo leicinn mé, he struck me across the cheek.
1. ~ leicinn, side-whiskers.
Chuir sí a lámh lena leiceann, she put her hand to her cheek.
~ sa leiceann, clout on the cheek.
Glan an ~ de do leiceann, wipe the tears off your cheek.
Tá ~ na ndeor ar do leiceann, your cheek is tear-stained.
Tá ~ ar do leiceann, there is a mark on your cheek.
Craiceann, leiceann, ~, smooth skin, cheek.
Do leicne a phlucadh, to puff one’s cheeks.
Leicne ~, thin cheeks.
Ar thaobh a chinn, a leicinn, on the side of his head, of his cheek.
Téifidh sé na leicne agat, it will make your cheeks glow.
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