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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ordaigh, v.t. 1. Order. (a) Command, prescribe. Rud a ordú do dhuine; ordú do dhuine rud a dhéanamh, to order s.o. to do sth. D’~ sé an obair a dhéanamh, he ordered the work to be done. Na cógais a d’~ an dochtúir dó, the medicine prescribed for him by the doctor. ~amach as an áit iad, order them out of the place. Ná bí ag ordú mar sin orm, don’t order me about like that. (b) Ask to be supplied. Earraí a ordú as siopa, to order goods from a shop. (c) Ordain. Mar a d’~ Dia, as God ordained. An rud atá ordaithe do dhuine, what is ordained for s.o. Rud nach bhfuil ordaithe a dhéanamh, sth. that is forbidden to be done, that shouldn’t be done. (d) Recommend. Ní ordóinn duit a leithéid a dhéanamh, I think you should do no such thing. Ní ordóinn duit é, I wouldn’t recommend you to do it. (e)Lit: Put in order. Ár mbeatha a ordú mar is cóir, to order our lives properly. 2. Lit: Institute, found. D’~ sé ord manach, he founded an order of monks. Sacraimint a d’~ Críost, a sacrament instituted by Christ.
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Níor ordaigh Dia béal gan bhia, God made food for everyone.
Tá an t-ordú curtha ar ~, the order has been cancelled.
D’ordaigh ~ cúnamh, God helps those who help themselves.
D’ordaigh Dia ~; is maith le Dia (féin) ~, God helps those who help themselves.
~ d’ordaigh Dia, as God ordained.
Ó tháinig an t-ordú i bh~, since the order came into effect.
~eadh d’ordú, to comply with an order.
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