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BHÁRR [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

BHÁRR
-, BARRA-, BÁIRR-, TOP-, -headed, -topped;
-haired : -TIPPED;
over-;
superficial, light, excellent.
BHÁRR
(BARRA), {genitive}, BHAIRR (and BARRA), {plural} BÁIRR, BARRAÍ, and -AIDHEACHA, {masculine} TOP;
{Regional:Tipperary};
ANADDITION;
beginning;
a branch;
ACROP;
profit, advantage, superiority;
rneans;
BEIRIM BHÁRR AR {Anglo-Irish} I overcome {Anglo-Irish};
BEIRIM BHÁRR FILIDHEACHTA Ó {Anglo-Irish} I excel {Anglo-Irish} in poetry;
ni'{Regional:Leighin.} AON NÍDH BHÁRR AGAT, you have gained nothing by it;
DE BHÁRR CLAIDHIMH, by means of the sword (E. R.);
DHÁ BHHÁRR? for what, why? ({Regional:Connaught});
BHAINIM BHÁRR DE, I excel;
DE BHHÁRR AR, in addition to, {also, alias} in preference te;
CUIRIM BHÁRR AR, I add to;
BHÁRR AR, excess over;
RUG BÁRR, he excelled;
TAR BHÁRR, exceedingly;
TAR BHÁRR AINACH, completely;
AR BHHÁRR AMHÁIN CREATHA, all a-tremhle;
MAR BHHÁRR DONAIS, as a crowning misfortune (T. {genitive});
{le?} BHARRA (---BÁRR) BAOISE, through excess of folly, through sheer folly ({idem});
{le?} BHÁRR FEIRGE CHUM, by dint of rage against;
{le?} BHÁRR FAINNTE, through sheer avarice;
{le?} BHÁRR EAGLA, through sheer fear;
{le?} BHÁRR GAEISE, through sheer cleverness;
DO THUG BHÁRR MAISE, who excelled in beauty ({Citation:Poems of Carolan}) : BHÁRR SCÉIMH (BHHÁRR SEÉIMHE), the crown of beauty, any crown;
BHÁRR SCÉIMH AN GHRÁIDH, the crown of love (O'Doirnin);
RUG R. BHÁRR SEÉIMH Ó MHNÁIBH LÉI (Munst, song);
Ni'{Regional:Leighin.} A BHHÁRR SAN CÍR, nothing to beat it in the country;
BHÁRR ÁIGH, superiority, triumph;
AG BREITH BHÁRR ÁIGH ({genitive} hard) AR A CHÉILE, surpassing each Other (by.);
AG BREITH BHÁRR NA H-ÁILNE Ó CHÉILE, surpassing One another in beauty;
cream, flower, choice, best of;
surface, scum, {corruption} tion, oo:re;
the head, the hair of the head;
BHÁRR NA COIRCE ({Regional:Derry}), oat shells;
BHÁRR ÁITHE, kiln east ({singular} {oir});
BUN IS BHÁRR AN SEÉIL, the whole or essence of the matter;
NI'{Regional:Leighin.} BUN BHÁRR LEIS, it has neither head nor tail;
BHÁRR GACH SCÓLA, extreme torture;
BHÁRR CIOSA , {et cetera}, a higher rent than, {et cetera};
I MBHÁRR A AN AM {Anglo-Irish} making his best effort ({Regional:North Connaught});
'BHFUIL AON BHHÁRR NUAIDHEACHTA AGAT? have you any strange news? ({Inishmaan} );
i MBHARRA BLÁTH, in bloom;
TEACH THAR N-A BHARRA AMACH, a house bought out;
a CROP;
BHARRAÍ, crops, {also, alias} stalks, leaves, {et cetera} of crops APPEARING over the surface
BHÁRR
-CHAOL, -CHAOILE, {adjective} slender, tepped, tapering.
BHÁRR
-CHAR, -CHAISE, {adjective} having ringleted hair;
as {singular} plaited hair.
BHÁRR
-MHAISE, {feminine}, a cornice.
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