IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Thug mé arán dó ach níor mhian leis a ithe, I gave him bread but he did not want to eat it.
(Of shoes) Thug na cosa ~ iad, the feet moulded them.
Thug sé ~ leis é, it is natural to him, he inherited it.
Thug sé na haenna leis, he escaped with his life.
Thug sé ~ ar na cnoic, he set out for the hills.
Thug sé ~ chomhrá orm, he turned to speak to me.
Thug sé ~ a chraois, a chaoraíochta, orm, he abused, reviled, me.
Thug sé a oiread dó ~ a shásaigh é, he gave him enough to satisfy him.
Thug sé ~ dó féin, he committed suicide.
Thug siad ~ na hoíche dó, they entertained him for the night.
Thug sé ~ dá chuid airgid, he saved his money.
Thug sé ~ mór air, he paid a lot of money for it.
Níorbh áirithe ar thug sé dúinn, what he gave us was not worth mentioning.
Thug an madra ~ orm, the dog made a snap at me.
Thug siad ~ crua dó, they made things hard for him.
Thug siad ~ ar na hairm, they tried to grab the weapons.
Thug, chuir, mé in ~ labhairt leis, I felt like speaking to him; I was about to speak to him (but didn’t).
Thug sé ~ géar orm, he gave me a sharp look.
Thug sé a ~ slán leis, he escaped unharmed.
Thug sin an tsúil ~ aige, that enabled him to look forward with confidence.
Is fada ~ a thug do chosa thú, you are intruding where you are not wanted.
Thug sé ~ dó féin, he exposed himself to hardship.
Thug sé ~ mhaith leis, he lived to a good old age.
Thug sé ~orm, he came to my rescue.
Thug sé na boinn as, he ran off.
Is ar éigean a thug siad as an ~ í, they were hardly able to free her from her entanglement (in bog, cleft).
Thug sé ~ na madraí orm, he treated me like a dog, roundly abused me.
Thug mé iarraidh ~t faoi, I tried to calm, pacify, him.
Thug mé ~ dó, I made a guess at it.
Thug tú ~ dom, you gave me too much.
Thug mé ~ aithne dó, I guessed his identity.
Thug sin ón m~ é, that saved his life.
Thug siad mo bhás leis an ocras, they starved me to death, famished me.
Thug sé a bhás féin leis an ól, he drank himself to death.
Thug sé lán an bhata dó, he laid into him with the stick; he was quite a match for him.
Thug sé eolas an bhealaigh dom, he put me on the right road, showed me where to go.
Thug sé na ~a leis, he escaped unharmed.
Thug sé aiseag beatha dom, it gave me a new lease of life.
Thug siad ~ agus sláinte dá chéile, they welcomed each other warmly.
Thug tú lán na ~e dó, you gave him a good belting.
Thug sé do na boinn é; bhain sé as na boinn é, he made off (on foot); he walked, ran, as fast as his legs could carry him.
Thug mé ó bhonn dó é, I beat, scolded, him thoroughly.
Thug sé a ghlao churaidh as a bhráid, he gave his deep-throated war-cry.
Thug sé ~ ar an mbaile, he took a quick run home.
Thug sé ~ dom, he called me a liar; he contradicted me.
Thug siad dhá bhréagach dá chéile, they contradicted each other.
Thug sé as ~ leis é, he was born with it.
Níor thug Dia ciall don bhrúid, God did not grant reasoning powers to the brute beasts.
Thug sí an damhsa ó bhuaile léi, she was well schooled in dancing.
Thug sé ~ éadain do na tithe, he visited each house in succession.