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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
náire1, f. (gs. ~). 1. Shame. (a)~ a bheith ort, to be ashamed. Tháinig ~ orm leo, I became ashamed of them. ~ a fháil, to suffer disgrace. ~ duine a thabhairt, ~ a thabhairt do dhuine, to shame s.o. Thug sé a ~ féin, he disgraced himself. Tá mo ~ tugtha acu, they have disgraced me. ~ a chur ar dhuine, to make s.o. feel ashamed. (b)Is mór an ~ é, it is a great shame. ~ shaolta iad, they are a public scandal. Do ~ a ligean leis na comharsana, to wash one’s dirty linen in public. Mo ~ thú! Shame on you! 2. Sense of shame, decency, modesty. ~ a bheith ionat, to be susceptible to shame, to have a sense of decency. Do ~ a chailleadh, to lose one’s sense of shame. A ~ a bhaint as duine, to put s.o. to shame. Bhainfeadh sé do ~ dhearg asat, it would make you blush for shame. Ní ligfeadh an ~ dom é, I’d be ashamed to do it. Dá mbeadh ciall do ~ aige, if he were not lost to shame. As ~ a chuidigh sé linn, he was shamed into helping us. Duine gan ~, shameless person. 3. Physiol: Private parts.
náire2, gsf., npl. & comp. of náir.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
D’anam, do náire, a anacal, to guard one’s soul, one’s honour.
Níl náire ná ~ ann duit, it is nothing for you to be ashamed of.
Bhí ~ feirge, náire, air, he was burning with anger, with shame.
Níor lig an náire dom a bheith ag brath orthu, á mbrath, I was ashamed to be dependent on them, asking favours of them.
(Is) ~ nach bhfuil náire ort! You ought to be ashamed of yourself.
Bhí mé bruite le náire, I was burning with shame.
Bhuail eagla, náire, é, he was struck with fear, with shame.
Níl ~ ná náire air, he is quite unashamed.
An té a chailleas a chlú cailleann sé a náire, he who becomes lost to honour becomes lost to shame.
Chrom sé a cheann le náire, he hung his head with shame.
~adh le náire mé, I was overcome with shame.
Mo náire dhearg iad, I am thoroughly ashamed of them.
~ náire, shamelessness.
~ náire, blush of shame.
Náire, aithis, a fháil, to incur shame, contumely.
Náire san áit nár fhás sí! Shame where it grew not (is not to be expected).
Le ~ na náire a chur orthu féin, in order to cover their nakedness.
~ gan náire an tart, thirst knows no shame.
Níl sa náire ach mar a ghlactar é, shame depends on one’s attitude.
Ghlac eagla, náire, trua, é, fear, shame, pity, seized him.
An áit a mbíonn náire bíonn ~, to have a sense of shame is a sign of grace.
Ní bhfaighidh tú ~ ná náire as, you will be neither reproached nor disgraced for it.
Ag ~adh le náire, blushing with shame.
~ feirge, náire, blush of anger, of shame.
Ní ~feadh an eagla, an náire, dom é, I would be too much afraid, ashamed, to do it.
Is fearr ‘A Mhuire mo thrua’ ná ‘A Mhuire, mo náire’, defeat is better than disgrace.
Bhí náire air ~ go mbéarfaí air, he was ashamed that he should be caught out.
Náire shaolta, public scandal.
Ní raibh ~ ná náire air, he wasn’t the least bit embarrassed.
Níl ~ ná náire air, he is quite unashamed.
~ sé le náire, he burned with shame.
Bhí ~ náire orm, I was burning with shame.
Gan ~ gan náire, as bold as brass.
Ná ~ ár náire, don’t shame us.
Ná ~ náire duit féin, don’t bring shame on yourself.
Theasairg Dia ar náire é, God delivered him from shame.
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