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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
sliabh, m. (gs. sléibhe, pl. sléibhte). 1. Mountain. (a)Cnoc nó ~, hill or mountain. Lucht sléibhe, mountain dwellers. Bóthar, droim, sruthán, sléibhe, mountain road, ridge, stream. Thug sé an ~ air féin, he took to the hills, went on the run, absconded. S.a. galar 1, luan11, luch 1, máchail12, maidhm11. (b)Sléibhte mara, mountainous seas. 2. Moor. Talamh sléibhe, moorland. ~ gorta, quaking-grass moor. 3. (As euphemistic int.) Dar ~! By Jove! M’anam don ~! I declare to goodness!
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ na farraige, an tsléibhe, sea, mountain, air.
~ an sliabh, out over the mountain.
~ sléibhe, mountain view; mountain scenery.
In ~ an tsléibhe, high up on the mountain.
~ cnoic, sléibhe, top of hill, of mountain.
Dul ~ na farraige, an tsléibhe, to go by the sea, mountain, route.
~ sléibhe, mountain peak.
~ sléibhe, toinne, crest of mountain, of wave.
~ an tsléibhe, bog-cotton.
Chomh geal le ~ an tsléibhe, as white as cotton-down.
~tar na daoine ar a chéile (ach ní chastar na cnoic ná na sléibhte), it is a small world (if one moves around).
~ sléibhe, farraige, mountainy, coastal, district.
Bhí sé ceathach ~ an tsléibhe, it was showery towards the mountain.
2. ~ (sléibhe), conical hilltop, pap.
I g~ sléibhe, in a mountain recess.
~ sléibhe, mountain track.
~ sléibhe, overgrown mountain stream.
An mhuintir a raibh ~ isteach acu ar an sliabh, those who had the right to use the mountain.
Dá airde an sliabh, however high the mountain.
An talamh, an cladach thall, mullach an tsléibhe, a dhéanamh, to reach land, the far shore, the summit of the mountain.
As diamhra an tsléibhe, from the mountain recesses.
Is olc an ~ cruithneachta an sliabh, the mountain is not a very likely place for wheat.
I ndoimhneacha an tsléibhe, in the recesses of the mountain.
Dul ~ sa sliabh, to go far into the mountains.
~ sléibhe, mountain-climbing.
Dhreasaigh sé na ba siar an sliabh, he chased, drove, the cattle over into the mountain.
~ sléibhe, ridge of mountain.
~ na gcnoc, na mbánta, na sléibhte, na gcoillte, d’éanlaith, vast flocks of birds.
Thug an sliabh a n~, the mountain defied, withstood, their efforts.
~ luachra, sléibhe, newt, eft.
~ an tsléibhe, decayed mountain vegetation.
~ sléibhe, ambrosia.
Bhí na sléibhte ag éirí romhainn, the hills were rising in front of us.
Chuir mé an sliabh i bh~ ar a lorg, I searched, looked, all round the mountain for them.
Ar fhairsinge na farraige, an tsléibhe, on the open sea, mountain.
~ shléibhe, golden plover.
~ cathrach, sléibhe, farraige, city, mountainy, seafaring, man.
~ fiáin, sléibhe, wild, mountain, goat.
~ sléibhe, ruggedness of mountain.
Tá seacht ngalair an tsléibhe air, he has every disease under the sun.
~ sléibhe, mountain finch.
3. ~ (shléibhe), broom.
~ shléibhe, twite, mountain linnet.
Sliabh, aer, ~, hungry mountain, air.
2. ~ cnoic, sléibhe, shoulder of hill, of mountain.
~ tíre, mara, sléibhe, margin of country, of sea, of mountain.
~ sléibhe, bog-jelly.
Go h~ an tsléibhe, to the top of the mountain.
~ sléibhe, wood-sage.
~ an sliabh, the mountain blazed.
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