IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Má tá i ndán ~ go saorfar é, if he happens to be set free.
Na ~a atá i ndán dúinn, the trials we must face, the crosses we must bear.
I n~ (do), fated, in store (for).
An rud atá i n~ dúinn, what is in store for us.
Bhí an bás i n~ dó, he was fated to die.
Ní hé a bhí i n~ dó, it was not to happen to him.
Bhí sé i n~ is i dtairngreacht (go), it was fated and foretold (that).
Má tá i n~ (is) go, if it turns out that.
Dá mba i n~ (is) go, if it should happen that.
Mura i n~ is nach bhfeicfinn arís é, in case I shouldn’t see him again.
Níl ~ i ndán dó, there is no hope for him.
~te i ndán, moulded into a poem.
Ní raibh an ghairm i ndán dó, he was not destined to be called.
Má tá an ~ i ndán dúinn, if there is fortune in store for us.