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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Rug sé an ~, he won the match, the day.
Chuaigh, rug, an ~ air, he lived to be baptized.
Rug an bhó, the cow calved.
Rug sí mac óg; rugadh mac óg di, she had a baby boy.
Rug sé a mbua, he defeated them, got the better of them.
Rug sé barr orthu, uathu, he surpassed them.
Rug sí barr áille orthu, she excelled them in beauty.
Rug sé an chraobh leis, he won (the match, etc.).
Rug siad an lá uainn, they defeated us.
Rug sé na cosa, na sála, leis, he took to his heels; he got away.
Rug siad as an oíche mar sin, in that way they passed the night.
Rug sé ar lámh, greim láimhe, orm, he caught, gripped, me by the hand.
Rug na gardaí air, the guards caught him.
Rug an oíche orainn, the night came on us.
Rug an baisteadh air, he lived to be baptized.
Rug sí ina ~ air, she caught it in her lap.
Rug sin ~ ar a bhfaca mé riamh, I have never seen the like of that.
Rug sé ~ ar mo chuid cainte, he made unfair use of, was unduly critical of, what I said.
Rug sé greim ~ orm, he seized me by the collar.
Rug siad an chaid leo, they won the (football) game.
Rug sí ar chéas a cinn uirthi, she caught her by the hair of the head.
Rug ~ orm, I got into difficulties.
Rug sé thar mo chorp orm, he caught me round the body.
Rug sé a chosa leis, he made his escape.
Rug an seabhac leis ina chrobh é, the hawk carried it off in its talons.
Rug, tháinig, an ~ orm, I was caught out late.
B’fholláin Dé duit nár rug sé ort, you were lucky (it was God’s will) that he did not catch you.
Rug sé ar dhiúlfaíoch air, he caught him by the throat.
Rug, tháinig, ~ air, he came to a bad end.
Rug sé ~ gaisce ó gach aon, he surpassed everyone in feats of arms.
Rug an ~ orainn, we were caught in the storm.
Rug sé ~ gualainne orm, he caught me by the shoulder.
An ~ is mó a rug riamh orm, the greatest predicament I was ever in.
Rug sé ar leith iad, he brought them aside.
Rug sé an mhír, he bore the palm.
Rug sé greim mullaigh (cinn) air, he caught him by the hair of the head.
Rug an ~ orainn, night overtook us.
Rug sé greim píobáin orm, he gripped me by the throat.
Rug sí barr ~e léi, she was exceedingly beautiful.
Rug mé ar ~ chinn air, I caught him by the hair of the head.
Rug sé ~ agus abhus orm, he caught me suddenly with both hands.
Rug sí ~ na scéimhe léi, she was the fairest of the fair.
Rug siad ar ~ ar a chéile, they caught each other by the hair.
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