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IMEALL [iM_l] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

IMEALL
-MILL, {plural} {idem}, and INILE, {masculine} border, verge, or edge;
ambit, confines, boundary, coast;
an edging or ornamental border;
a minor asset or margin of profit;
IMEALL AN LOCHA, the lake's marge;
IMEALL A BÉIL, the verges of her lips;
i N-IMEALL S1IGHEADH, by the wayside;
AR IMEALL SLEASA NA MARA on the verge of the slope down to the sea;
TRÉ IMEALLAIBH CURRAIGHTHE, through the borders of marshlands;
GO N-IMLIBH ÓIR, with golden trimmings;
AR IMEALL, on the outside;
I N-IMEALL, at or on the verge;
i N-IMEALL A CHÉILC, verging on or closely following each other, consecutively;
TAGAIM I N-IMEALL, I set about, begin (with {genitive});
CAITHIM URCHAR IMEALL, I aim a shot at the verge of;
sometimes {pronounced} IOMAT and AMAL.
IMEALL
-, -IMEALL, in {compounds}, border, edge, side;
e, {genitive}, IMEALL--BHÓRD, IMEALL--CHAOIN (fair-rimmed), IMEALL--CHRION (having a decayed edge), FCIRI., LEITH-IMEALL-, CÚIL-IMEALL-, CATH-L,, ete.
IMEALL
-BHÓRD, {masculine} a margin, a verge;
Coast, boundary;
I N-IMEALL-BHÓRDAIBH AN TSROTHA, in the banks of the stream;
REACH IMEALL-BHÓRD TALMHAN, over the edge of earth. See BHDHRD.
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