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DUAL [dWl] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

DUAL
{adjective} right, proper, becoming, inherent, natural;
CÉILE DUAL NA BANBAN, the true spouse of Banha.
DUAL
-AIL, {masculine} that which is natural, hereditary, bounden, expected, {et cetera};
toll, custom, fee ({Citation:O'Neachtan's MS Irish-English Dictionary});
ba DHUAL É DHÉANAMH, it was according to his kind to do it;
BHA DHUAL ATHAR DUIT BEITH GO FIAL, generosity should be thine, inherited from thy father, and it is thine;
SLÁN {Regional:Donegal} DÁR DHUAL AN BAINCHNEIS, farewell to him who is wedded to the fair lady;
IS É BA DHUAL IS ba
DUAL
{genitive}, -AIL, {plural} {idem}, {genitive plural} DUAL, -LACH ({genitive singular} {also, alias} {Citation:Comeragh word list by Fr. McGrath of Ring and Riobard Ueldon}), {masculine} a loop, a ply, a fold (of cord, {et cetera}), an interlacement;
a strand of cord;
a tress or lock of hair, the hair;
a sheaf, the green sward of lea;
a knot in wood;
{also, alias} a peg, a pin;
DUAL CINN, the tresses of the head;
GO NDUALAIBH AIRGID, with silver loops;
DUAL LÍN, a sheaf of green flax;
AG BHAINT AN DNALACH De'N MBÁN, taking off the sward from the lea ({Citation:Comeragh word list by Fr. McGrath of Ring and Riobard Ueldon}).
DUAL
-CHOCÁN, in., a curl, a plait, as of the hair.
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