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CAILLEATH [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

CAILLEATH
-LIGHE, -LEACHA, {feminine}, lit, a veiled woman, a nun, a woman celibate;
CAILLEATH DHUBH, a nun, {especially} of any order wearing black drapery (now {generally} BEAN RIAGHALTA);
an old woman, a hag;
REAN-CAILLEATH, an old hng;
CAILLEACHA CÁRTAÍ, women who tell fortunes by cards (CAILLEATH {Regional:Mumhan});
CAILLEATH AN TSÚSA, a bed-ridden hag;
CAILLEATH LIGHEOG, a doll;
{figuratively} a fir stump found in hogs, a stone boat-anchor, a hanging thatch- weight, a shrivelled or oversprouted potato;
APPLIED to insects, fishes, {et cetera};
CAILLEATH AN TRAILE, a seashore nymph, a dogfish ({dative} {Regional:Mumhan});
CAILLEATH BHREAC, grey seagull, {also, alias} a dogfish, {also, alias} the fish peter -nine -eyes, which is eel-like and found under strand stones, {also, alias} the red-shanker or chough;
CAILLEATH DHUBH, the cormorant;
CAILLEATH GHOILE, the tapeworra;
CAILLEATH (AN T-)SAGAIRT, the insect slater (isopoda);
CAILLEATH OIDHCHE, the owl ({Regional:Uladh}), {also, alias} the death-watch beetle;
CAILLEATH NA BHFLEADH, a large earthworm;
CAILLEATH RUADH, the loach;
CAILLEATH CRAINN, a woodiouse;
CAILLEATH NA FÉASÓIGE, the bearded hag, {figuratively} wild oats having awns;
CAILLEATH DHEARG, red poppy or corn-rose;
A CHAILLEATH, my lad or lass ({Regional:Donegal}).
CAILLEATH
-LIGHE, -LEACHA, {feminine}, lit, a veiled woman, a nun, a woman celibate;
CAILLEATH DHUBH, a nun, {especially} of any order wearing black drapery (now {generally} BEAN RIAGHALTA);
an old woman, a hag;
REAN-CAILLEATH, an old hng;
CAILLEACHA CÁRTAÍ, women who tell fortunes by cards (CAILLEATH {Regional:Mumhan});
CAILLEATH AN TSÚSA, a bed-ridden hag;
CAILLEATH LIGHEOG, a doll;
{figuratively} a fir stump found in hogs, a stone boat-anchor, a hanging thatch- weight, a shrivelled or oversprouted potato;
APPLIED to insects, fishes, {et cetera};
CAILLEATH AN TRAILE, a seashore nymph, a dogfish ({dative} {Regional:Mumhan});
CAILLEATH BHREAC, grey seagull, {also, alias} a dogfish, {also, alias} the fish peter -nine -eyes, which is eel-like and found under strand stones, {also, alias} the red-shanker or chough;
CAILLEATH DHUBH, the cormorant;
CAILLEATH GHOILE, the tapeworra;
CAILLEATH (AN T-)SAGAIRT, the insect slater (isopoda);
CAILLEATH OIDHCHE, the owl ({Regional:Uladh}), {also, alias} the death-watch beetle;
CAILLEATH NA BHFLEADH, a large earthworm;
CAILLEATH RUADH, the loach;
CAILLEATH CRAINN, a woodiouse;
CAILLEATH NA FÉASÓIGE, the bearded hag, {figuratively} wild oats having awns;
CAILLEATH DHEARG, red poppy or corn-rose;
A CHAILLEATH, my lad or lass ({Regional:Donegal}).
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