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IDIR
{preposition} with acc., sometimes with {dative}, sometimes {aspirates}, between, among;
including..., both... and (AGUR), Spron, combination : EADRAIN (obs., now IDIR ME), EADRAT (rare, {generally} IDIR THÚ), IDIR DH, EIDIRTHI ({generally} IDIR Í), EADRAINN, EADRAIBH ({often} IDIR SIBH), eatorthaj;
BA MHAITH LIOM BHEITH EADRAIBH ARÍR, I should like to be amongst you once more;
IDIR É SIN, between that;
IDIR A BHEAN AGUS A CHLANN, on account of both his wife and children;
STOLLADH IDIR CHAPALLAIBH, being torn asunder by horses;
IS EATORTHA ATÁ , it is between them the comparison lies;
IS BHEAG DUIT EACORTHA you may ignore the difference between them;
CUING AIRGID EATORTHA, a silver yoke binding them IDIR THÚ IS DLA 'OFUIL AN SCÉAL MAR SIN? tell mae truthfully, is the matter so? IDIR DHÁ CHÓMHAIRLE, of two minda;
IDIR DHÁ DHORAS GAOITHE, between two open doors, in a draught;
IDIR DHÁ THEINE LAE BEALTAINE, in a dilemma;
IDIR DHÁ NOIOLAIG, between Christmas and lspiphany;
IDIR GACH DHÁ DHORAS, between each pair of doors;
of space (time and place) : IDIR MHUIR IS GRIAN, on land or sea, anywhere;
IDIR TEINE IS FRAIGH, 'lwixt the fire and the wall;
IDIR CHALAINN IS INID, from new dear's day to throve : IDIR CAISC IS BEALTAINE, between IDIRaster-tide and may;
IDIR AN LAG IS AN LOM, in equilibrium, period of cessation between ebb and flow;
IDIR DÁIL IS PÓSADH, engaged (between betrothal and marriage);
IDIR BREITH IS BHAISTEADH, born and not yet baptised. See under DIA (day);
including, comprising : IDIR FEAR IS BEAN, men and WORAEN alike, all;
IDIR BEAG AGUS MÓR, both great and little;
IDIR CORP AGNS CLEITEACHA, body and bones (feathers);
AGUR (IS) -Imtomitted, e, {genitive}, IDIR CHORP ANAM, body and soul, wholly;
with vbs. : IDIR, there is difference between, differs;
A BHSUIL IDIR CRÉADH-UMHA AGUR FIONN-DRUINE ATÁ IDIR LAOGHAIRE AGUR CCNALL, as bronze and finndruine differ, so differ {Regional:Leighin.} and {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849};
TOGHAIM IDIR, I choose between;
AITHNIGHIM IDIR, I differentiate;
A BHEITH MAR ADÉARFA DLIGHE EATORTHA, to be as the law shall decide on either side;
with {adjective}'s and {adverb}Is. : IDIR BHEITH BHUIDHE AGUS DEARG, partly yellow and red;
IDIR BHEITH EATORTHA, betwixt and between, more or less;
SÍODHUIGHIM (RÉIDHTIGHIM) EATORTHA, I make peace between them;
CHUIREADAR CRANNA EATORTHA, they Cast lots amongst themselves;
{often} {pronounced} 'DIR;
{also, alias} EADAR, EADRA, EIDEAR, EIDIR and EAT- in Seme {pronoun} comb.'s.
IDIR
- (EIDIR-), EADAR- (EIDIOR-, IODAR-, IDIOR-), in {compounds}, between-, twi-, inter-;
sometimes IDIR- with broad sounds e, {genitive} IDIR-GHABHÁLAIDHE or EADAR-GH, IDIR, {adverb}, certainly, indeed;
after {negative}, at all.
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