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Monday Night Irish Class, April 22, 2013
Irish
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Rang Gaeilge, 22ú lá mí Aibreáin 2013

An mhí seo i Minnesota

  • Níl féar a ghearradh ann.

  • Am maith leat éin? Is féidir leat go héasca a féachaint ar na spideoga dorcha ar an sneachta bán.

  • Cealaitear comhdhláchta deacair.

  • Má bhainann tú ag obair amach, is laoch tú ansin. Beidh oibrithe eile ag fanacht sa bhaile.

  • bialanna don séasúr ann.

comhdháilmeetingf pl comhdhláchta
cealaighcancel

Cré na Cille

Earrach 1947: Bás an Fhir Óig
stócachyoung man, youthm1
ceirdtrade, craft, occupation
ráithesaidva of abair
éagoine
eitinnconsumption, tuberculosis
ramharfat, thick
aospeople, folkm3
clocharstony place; conventm1
éadanfront, face, forehead
amhasmercenary, hooliganm1
greimgrip, hold, bitem3
smidbreath, puff, workf2
Séard = Is éard = Is é an rudwhatstatement "the thing is"
Céard = Cé hé a rud?What?
magarlachworthless, silly
gaschlochlimestone
cleachtbecome, accustomed to
faltanasspite, grudgem1
scólachánscold
gránnaugly
aerair
bealaighgrease, lubricate
tuilleadhaddition, increasem1
fónamhservice, usefulness, benefit, validitym
fíbíngadding, excitementm4
bothánshanty, cabin
Mo chuach í!I love her!
mullachtop, summitm1 gs mullaigh
fíortrue
cosaintprotection, defensef3
súailcejoy, pleasuref4
tuairiscinformation, tidings
ardaighraise, increase
ceirtlínballm4
troidfight, quarrel
tromasoppression, distressm
comhairleadvice, counsel
liobarthing, limp object
falagrudge, spitef gs fala, falach
éadachcloth, clothes
gréitheornaments, trinkets
iompaighturn, reverse, change over
steig, meigfragments
taispeáintshow, exhibition
cá'ilwhere bhfuil
clogclock
bronngrant, bestow
smúitsmoke, mist, dust; gloom
siúráilteconfident
Samhradh 1947: Bás Mháirtín
faraorwoe
faitíosfear, apprehensionm1
cocáilcock, pointv
cnapán a glúnkneecap
baclainnbent arm
plandógwench
gadaíthief
óltachdrunk
bacachlame
bodarlín bíogachhorny lout[per subtitles]
siúráilteconfident
cocbhodaláncocky little prick[per subtitles]
scólachánscold
gránnaugly
ariamh = riamhbefore
bréaglie

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