IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tar i, v.i. 1. Come into, reach, attain. (a)Teacht i láthair, to present oneself. Teacht i gcomhluadar, to enter company. Teacht i ndáil chomhairle, to meet in council. (b)Teacht i mbláth, to flower. Teacht in aois, to come of age. Ag teacht i méid, getting big, growing up. Ó tháinig ann (dó), since he grew to manhood. S.a. críoch13(c), tír 4(b)(c)Tháinig ann, it shrank; it (cloth) thickened. 2. Come into, take possession of. Teacht i gcoróin, to come to the throne. Tháinig sé in oidhreacht, he came into an inheritance. An té a tháinig ina áit, the person who took his place. 3. Come to for purpose of. Teacht i gcabhair ar dhuine, to come to s.o.’s help. Tháinig siad ina araicis, they came to meet him. 4. Become. (a) (With poss. pron.) Tá sé ag teacht ina bháisteach, it is beginning to rain. Tháinig sé ina stoirm, it became stormy. Tháinig an fhearg ina rabharta air, anger surged up within him. (b)Tháinig anam sa chuideachta, the company became lively. Tháinig neart ionam arís, I got strong again. Tá ciúnas ag teacht sa spéir, the sky is becoming calm.
IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
4. Ní raibh an teacht ~ ann, he had not the strength to recover.
Tá sé ag teacht i m’~, he is coming to replace me.
Nuair a tháinig ~ dó, when he grew up.
Bhuail ~ mé, tháinig ~ ionam, I got a sudden pain in my side.
Má thagann sé i do bhealach gar a dhéanamh dom, if you get an opportunity to do me a favour.
Bheith, teacht, i m~ duine, sa bhealach ar dhuine, to be, get, in s.o.’s way.
Céim a bhreith (thar, i gcoinne), to take a step (over, towards).
Tháinig sí chugam i m~, she appeared to me in a dream, in my dreams.
Dul, teacht, i g~ ar dhuine, to go, come, to s.o.’s assistance.
2. Tháinig sé i g~ fir, he came to man’s estate.
Tháinig sé i mo cheann, it occurred to me.
~ tar éis, i ndiaidh, a seacht, a quarter past seven.
Tháinig sé i g~, the question arose.
Teacht i g~, to take flesh, be born.
Teacht i g~, to take human form.
Ag teacht i g~ an bhaile, coming near home.
Teacht i g~, to come to the crown, accede to the throne.
Níl mé in ann ~ a chur thar an g~ eile, I am completely exhausted.
Teacht i g~, to grow to maturity.
Tháinig sé i gcrích, chun críche, it came to pass.
Tá an scéim ag teacht i gcrích, the scheme is coming to fruition.
Tagann an ~ i ndiaidh an chaite, waste makes want.
Teacht i g~, to take shape.
Dul, teacht, i g~, to come into power.
Tháinig siad i n~ a chéile, they came together, assembled.
Bó ag teacht ar ~, faoi dháir, i n~, chun dárach, a cow coming in heat.
I n~ a chos a tháinig sé, he came unwillingly, dragging his feet.
Tháinig ~ agam ann, I got to like it.
Ag teacht i bh~, coming into fashion.
Teacht i bh~, to come into operation.
Ó tháinig an t-ordú i bh~, since the order came into effect.
Tháinig an aimsir mhaith go ~ i mbliana, the good weather came at the proper time this year.
Teacht, dul, i bh~ ar dhuine, to come, go, to the aid of s.o.
Teacht, dul, i bh~ ar áit, to encamp against, lay siege to, a place.
Ná tar i mo, ar mo, ghaire, don’t come near me.
Bheith, teacht, i n~ áite, duine, to be, to come, near a place, a person.
Ó tháinig do ghar i mo chosán, since I am in a position to be of service to you.
Bheith, teacht, i n~ do rud, to be, to come, close to sth.
An ghlúin atá anois ann, a tháinig romhainn, atá ag éirí aníos, the present, preceding, rising, generation.
agus, is) Nuair a tháinig sé isteach is go bhfaca sé cé a bhí ann, d’imigh sé leis, when he came in and saw who was there, he went away.
Níl ann ach cneasú thar ~, things may appear to be all right on the surface but there is venom underneath.
Féachaint thar do ghualainn, i ndiaidh do ghualainne, to look over one’s shoulder.
Éadach a bhfuil teacht aniar ann, cloth that can take hard wear.
Tháinig siad i dtír, they came ashore.
Tá airde ag teacht iontu, they are getting very tall.
Tháinig an t-anam ann, he came to life, revived.
Tháinig siad i g~ a chéile, they came together, assembled.
Tháinig ~ óir ann, it became tinged with gold.
Ó tháinig ~ ann, since he grew in strength.