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CAITHIM
-THEAMH,CAITHEACHTA1N,CAITH ({Inishmaan}). p, {adjective} CAITHTE, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I pass (as a day, my life, a place, {et cetera}), practice, make a custom of;
use (as tobacco, {et cetera});
wear (as clothes, {et cetera});
carry (as a stick, {et cetera});
consume, waste, wear away;
spend;
eat, drink;
take part in (as a festival, {et cetera}) : {Regional:Leighin.} shed : I throw, hurl, fiing, cast : shoot ({Regional:Uladh}, {Regional:Connaught}( : Ó CHALCH AN LONG AN T-OILEAN, as soon as the ship cleared the Island )Aran) : AG CAITHEAMH NA HOCHTMHADH BLIADHNA. he is in his eighth year;
CAITHIM SÉIR SUAS AR, I threw myself on the mercy of;
CAITHIM CORP CHRÍOST, I receive holy CORARAUNION ({feminine} {feminine}) S CAITHIM AR MO CHEANN, I give up thinking about;
CAITHIM THARAM, I throw away, give up (Conem.);
CAITHIM UAIM ({Regional:Mumhan}),{idem};
CAITH THARAD AN CAOINEADH, give up lamenting;
CAITHIM {le?} I behave towards (Munst. {Regional: the Barony});
MAR CAITHEADH LEO, how they were treated ({idem});
CHAITH AN OBAIR BHLIADHAIN AR BUN (AR SIUBHAL, {et cetera}), the work lasted a year ({Regional:Connaught} Munst. {Regional: the Barony}, {et cetera});
CAITHIM ÉADACH, I wear clothes;
CAITHIM BIADH, I take food;
CAITHIM MO SHAOGHAL, , AIMSEAR, I pass my life, a day, time, {et cetera};
CAITHIM AIRGEAD, I spend money;
I give premature or still-born birth to;
CAITHIM GAMHAIN, I give birth to a still-born Calf;
CHAITH LEANBH MIC, she gave birth to a still-born boy;
CAITHIM AMACH, I throw out, evict, I throw out of the mouth;
CAITHIM SUAS, I throw up, I vomit, {also, alias} I estimate, tot up, calculate;
CAITHIM CHLOTH. {et cetera}, {le?} I hurl a stone, {et cetera} at CAITHIMLS UAINN É, let us change the subject of conversation (see under CLEAMHNAS);
NÁR CHATHAIR DO GHOL, may you never cease crying;
CAITHIM CIALL {le?} {Regional:Leighin.} deal sensibly with;
CAITHIM TUAIRIMI, I advance opinions, guesses, {et cetera};
CAITHIM, {idem}. CAITHIM FOCAL, TAINNS, {et cetera}, I speak a word, a speech, {et cetera};
I must, I ara obliged to;
CAITHIM BHEITH IM FHUIDHE GO MOTH. I am obliged habitually to be up early (more common in future than in present) CAITHSIDH GUR, Slc., it must be that, {et cetera} ({Regional:Connaught}).
CAITHIM
-ÁTHADH, p, {adjective} CAITHTE and CAITE, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I winnow, pour forth (as tears);
MO CHREACH CÁITHEANN SNEACHTA 'GUS SIOC, oh, would that it snowed and froze;
I throw off, spray, shower.
CAITHIM
-THEAMH,CAITHEACHTA1N,CAITH ({Inishmaan}). p, {adjective} CAITHTE, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I pass (as a day, my life, a place, {et cetera}), practice, make a custom of;
use (as tobacco, {et cetera});
wear (as clothes, {et cetera});
carry (as a stick, {et cetera});
consume, waste, wear away;
spend;
eat, drink;
take part in (as a festival, {et cetera}) : {Regional:Leighin.} shed : I throw, hurl, fiing, cast : shoot ({Regional:Uladh}, {Regional:Connaught}( : Ó CHALCH AN LONG AN T-OILEAN, as soon as the ship cleared the Island )Aran) : AG CAITHEAMH NA HOCHTMHADH BLIADHNA. he is in his eighth year;
CAITHIM SÉIR SUAS AR, I threw myself on the mercy of;
CAITHIM CORP CHRÍOST, I receive holy CORARAUNION ({feminine} {feminine}) S CAITHIM AR MO CHEANN, I give up thinking about;
CAITHIM THARAM, I throw away, give up (Conem.);
CAITHIM UAIM ({Regional:Mumhan}),{idem};
CAITH THARAD AN CAOINEADH, give up lamenting;
CAITHIM {le?} I behave towards (Munst. {Regional: the Barony});
MAR CAITHEADH LEO, how they were treated ({idem});
CHAITH AN OBAIR BHLIADHAIN AR BUN (AR SIUBHAL, {et cetera}), the work lasted a year ({Regional:Connaught} Munst. {Regional: the Barony}, {et cetera});
CAITHIM ÉADACH, I wear clothes;
CAITHIM BIADH, I take food;
CAITHIM MO SHAOGHAL, , AIMSEAR, I pass my life, a day, time, {et cetera};
CAITHIM AIRGEAD, I spend money;
I give premature or still-born birth to;
CAITHIM GAMHAIN, I give birth to a still-born Calf;
CHAITH LEANBH MIC, she gave birth to a still-born boy;
CAITHIM AMACH, I throw out, evict, I throw out of the mouth;
CAITHIM SUAS, I throw up, I vomit, {also, alias} I estimate, tot up, calculate;
CAITHIM CHLOTH. {et cetera}, {le?} I hurl a stone, {et cetera} at CAITHIMLS UAINN É, let us change the subject of conversation (see under CLEAMHNAS);
NÁR CHATHAIR DO GHOL, may you never cease crying;
CAITHIM CIALL {le?} {Regional:Leighin.} deal sensibly with;
CAITHIM TUAIRIMI, I advance opinions, guesses, {et cetera};
CAITHIM, {idem}. CAITHIM FOCAL, TAINNS, {et cetera}, I speak a word, a speech, {et cetera};
I must, I ara obliged to;
CAITHIM BHEITH IM FHUIDHE GO MOTH. I am obliged habitually to be up early (more common in future than in present) CAITHSIDH GUR, Slc., it must be that, {et cetera} ({Regional:Connaught}).
CAITHIM
-ÁTHADH, p, {adjective} CAITHTE and CAITE, {transitive verb} and {intransitive}, I winnow, pour forth (as tears);
MO CHREACH CÁITHEANN SNEACHTA 'GUS SIOC, oh, would that it snowed and froze;
I throw off, spray, shower.
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