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FIOGHA [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

FIOGHA
{indeclinable}, the windward side ({Regional:Kerry}), FIOGACH, -AIGH, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} dog-fish;
NÁR CHLEACHTAF im NAOIDHIN FÍOGAIGH, that I was not used to dog-fish as a child (O'Ba.);
MAR RCÉITHFEADH FIOGHA FIOGHA EILC, as like as two dog-fishes;
BAINFEADH AN GHAOTH AN CROICEANN D'S., the Wind would skin a dogfish;
{also, alias} FÍOGADHI FÍOGADÁN, -ÁIN, {masculine} chamoraile, PLOGHAR, -AIRE, {dative} -AIR, {plural} -GHRAÍ, -GHRACHA, FIOGHA, a figure, outline or diagram;
a mark or sign;
a figurative reference or metaphor;
shape, appearance, fashion;
A FIOGHA IS A CLÓ, her figure and form;
verge, border or sky-line;
FIOGHA GÁIRE, a smiling look;
FIOGHA FUATHA AGUS SEIRGE. a look of hatred and anger;
FIOGHA IIA CROISE, the sign of the Cross;
FIOGHA AN GHLEANNA the verge of the valley;
FIOGHA NA SSÉIRE. the horizon;
AR FHÍOGHAIR A BHUILG, on the verge of his stomach;
FÍOGHRAÍ MHUISIRE, the Munst, heights;
AN {South} IS AOIRDE AR CHNOC BHRÉANAINN, the highest ridge of mc. Brandon;
{also, alias} FIOGHAIR, {genitive} -GHRACH,;
{also, alias} HI.;
ÍOGHAR, (FIOGHA), FIORADH, {idem} {South}IOGHARDHACHC, -A FIOGHA. figurative language. I-ÍOGHARTHA, {indeclinable} {adjective} figurative;
outlined, shapely;
{also, alias} ÍOGHARTHA. PLOGHRADH, -GHARTHA, {masculine} a figuring, a pre monition or omen.
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