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Focail chosúla: bord · cord · dord · ford · lord
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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ord1, m. (gs. & npl. oird, gpl. ~).Sledge-hammer. ~ mór, heavy sledge-hammer. ~ lúdraí, tilt-hammer. ~ ceárta, smith’s heavy hammer. S.a. inneoin 1(a).
ord2, m. (gs. & npl. oird, gpl. ~).Order. 1. (a)Theol:~ aingeal, order of angels. (b)Ecc:~ crábhaidh, eaglasta, religious, ecclesiastical, order. ~ manach, bráithre, ban rialta, order of monks, of friars, of nuns. ~ déirce, mendicant order. ~ múinteoireachta, banaltrachta, foriata, teaching, nursing, enclosed, order. O~ San Doiminic, Loreto, the Order of St. Dominic, of Loreto. (c)Chivalry:~ ridireachta, order of knighthood. O~ na dTeamplóirí, the Order of Templars. (d)Lit:~ filí, éigeas, order of poets, of learned men. (e)O~ Ársa na nÉireannach, the Ancient Order of Hibernians. An tOrd Oráisteach, the Orange Order. 2. Arch:~ Corantach, Dórach, Iónach, Tuscánach, Corinthian, Doric, Ionic, Tuscan, order. 3. (a)Mth:Ph:Ch:~ méide, order of magnitude. Cuar den dara h~, curve of the second order. Díorthach den treas ~, derivative of the third order. (b)Biol:~ nádúrtha, natural order. 4. Sequence, arrangement. ~ aibítre, uimhreacha, alphabetical, numerical, order. In ~ máirseála, catha, in marching, battle, order. Rudaí a chur in ~, to put things in order. Ná lig as a n-~ féin iad, don’t let them get out of their proper order. 5. (a)Lit: Ordered manner, rule. ~ ár mbeatha, the ordering of our lives. ~ Cholm Cille, the (monastic) rule of Colmcille. Ba h~ san am sin (go), it was the rule at that time (that). (b)Lit: Function. Ní h~ aoire codladh, it is not for a shepherd to fall asleep. (c)Ecc: Prescribed form of service. ~ an bhaiste, an phósta, the order of baptism, of marriage. 6 = ordú 2(c), (d).
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ar an ord, working with the sledge-hammer.
Ord ~, holy orders.
~ cloiche, meáchain, oird, stone-, weight-, hammer-, throwing.
In ord ~a, in battle order.
Chaith sé a chloch is a ord leis, he gave it up as a bad job.
San ord ~, in the reverse order.
Ord a chur ar rudaí, to put things in order.
Rud a chur i gceart, in ord, i bhfeidhm, to put sth. right, in order, into effect.
In ord agus in ~, in orderly arrangement.
Gan ord gan ~, in disorder and confusion.
D’~ an t-aingeal air dul in ord manach, the angel instructed him to join an order of monks.
Ord foriata, enclosed order.
Ord beannaithe a ghabháil, to take holy orders.
Duine a ghlacadh isteach i dteaghlach, in ord, to receive s.o. into a family, into an order.
Ord beannaithe a ghlacadh, to take holy orders.
~ duine (isteach) in ord, reception of s.o. into an order.
In ord aibítre, in alphabetical order.
Sna gardaí, sna Doiminicigh, san Ord Oráisteach, in the guards, in the Dominicans, in the Orange Order.
~ n-ord, in (proper) order.
In ord agus in ~, in proper working order, in excellent condition.
Buille oird ar ~, the striking of a hammer on an anvil, a resounding blow.
Is tú is fearr againn leis an ord, you are the best of us with the sledge-hammer.
Ord ~, missionary order.
D’~ sé ord manach, he founded an order of monks.
~ oird, pick-hammer.
Ord ~, regular, religious, order.
Ord ~a, order of knighthood.
Ord rinnfheithimh, contemplative order.
1. ~ crábhaidh, ~ oird, regular priest.
Tá ~ in ord ar na seilfeanna, they are in order on the shelves.
Ord na Toirbhearta, the Presentation Order.
~ oird, the superior of an order.
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