IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
slad1, m. (gs. ~a, pl. ~anna).1. vn. of slad2. 2. Plunder, pillage; spoil, loot. Rinneadh ~ orainn, we were plundered, deprived of all our possessions. Rinne siad ~ ar na cathracha, they pillaged the cities. D’imigh siad lena ~, they made off with their booty. 3. Devastation, havoc. Rinneadh ~ ar na barra, the crops were devastated. Rinne an sioc mór ~ ar na caoirigh, the great frost wreaked havoc among the sheep.
slad2, v.t. & i. 1. Plunder, pillage, loot. Shlad siad ár maoin shaolta, they robbed us of our worldly goods. 2. Devastate, destroy. ~adh na coillte, the forests were devastated.