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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
An fear atáthar a dhaoradh, the man who is being condemned.
An fear a chuireann síol, the man who sows seed.
An fear a bhfuil a mhac ag imeacht, the man whose son is going away.
Ní deir sin nach fear maith é, that does not mean that he is not a good man.
Fear ~, an able-bodied man.
Ná déan ~ ar sheanóir, don’t make fun of an old man.
~ dea-dhuine, the makings of a good man.
Tá an t-~ ann, he is a man of action.
~ an duine, man’s mind, way of thinking.
~ fir, craggy, powerful, man.
2. Fear ~, undressed, unarmed, man.
Leanbh, seanduine, ~, a peevish child, old man.
Fear darb ~ Brian, a man named Brian.
Fear (de) d’~, a man of your name; your namesake.
Duine nó ~, man or beast.
Níl ann ach ~, (i) it is only a makeshift, (ii) he is a man in name only.
Fear de d’~, a man of your inches.
Tá ~ cinn san fhear sin, that man is clever.
Fear airgid, a rich man.
Fir agus mná agus ní áirím páistí, men and women, not to speak of children.
Níl a fhios ag duine cad é atá in ~ dó, no man knows what is in store for him.
An fear sin go h~, that man in particular.
An fear ab ~e liom, the man I liked best.
Fear ~, well-acquainted, well-known, man.
Fear (atá) ar m’~, a man I know.
Ní aithníonn fear an tsaibhris leath a ghaolta, the rich man does not acknowledge acquaintance with half his relatives.
Fear (atá) ar m’~, a man I know.
Buachaillí ~e dom, young men of my acquaintance.
Fear ~, well-known man.
Tá sé ina fhear ~ anois, he is a full-grown man now.
An fear ~, the man who is going, has just gone, out.
Fear breá ~ é, he is a fine man altogether.
~, a dhuine! Nonsense, man!
An fear ~, the man without; the man next door.
Tá fear an tí ~, the man of the house is out, not at home.
An fear, the man.
An duine, man(kind).
Is breá an fear é, he is a fine man.
An fear seo, this man.
Chonaic mé an fear romham, I saw (to my surprise) a man in front of me.
Deoch an fear, a drink for each man.
Fear gan anam gan ~, a man without spirit or strength. (Of horse)
An fear ~, the man who is coming across.
An fear ~, the man (approaching) from the west.
An fear ~, the man who is coming up.
Bhí fear ~ fadó, there was a man long ago.
~ fhear déag, eleven men.
Fear ó ~, man far from friends; stray person.
Duine ~ gan léann, a simple unlettered man.
Cuid an ~ fear déag, an ~ fir déag, the eleventh man’s share.
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