IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Rith sé lena ~; rith sé i mbarr, i dtánaiste, ar theann, a ~a, he ran for his life.
Idir dhá theann, between two forces.
Tá sé ar theann a dhíchill, he is doing his very best.
Theann mé na snaidhmeanna, I tightened the knots.
Theann sé mo lámh, he pressed my hand.
Theann sí an leanbh lena croí, she pressed the child to her heart.
Theann siad a dtroithe le talamh, they planted their feet firmly on the ground.
Theann sé a ghialla, he tightened his jaws.
Theann na súile air, his eyes strove to keep back the tears.
Theann an tóir air, the chase closed in on him.
Theann siad aníos in aice na tine, they drew up close to the fire.
Theann sí an leanbh lena h~, she pressed the child to her bosom.