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LAG [lag] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

LAG
in {phrase} OCH A LAG Ó AGUR A LEATH-LAG EILC, woe! oh woe! OCH A LAG ÓN, {idem} ({South} N.);
{confer} OLAGÓN.
LAG
{genitive singular feminine} LAIGE, {adjective} weak, feeble, sick;
dilute, tender, gentle;
little, mean, low;
poor, faint (as a mark);
loath, unenthusiastic;
FEIRMEOIR LAG, a small farmer;
MHEARA LAGA. slender fingers;
AGHAIDH NA LAIGE {le?} FÁNAIDH, the sick cow looks down;
LAG LÁIDIR (with {negative}), not at all;
LAG ÓG, young and tender;
LAG SLÁN, convalescent, as a wo, man after child-birth, {et cetera};
la LAG AN IONGNADH, it was little wonder;
BA LAG LEIS É DHCHANAMH, ho considered it raean, or was loath to do it;
IS LAG DO BHI ANN É DHÉANAMH, he was scarcely able to do it;
IS LAG IS CÓIR Ó MHAOIDHEAMH OST, you can hardly be congratulated on it;
IR LAG DO MHEASAS GO, I little thought that;
IS LAG AN T-ÁTHAS SOIN, that is hut little satisfaction to him ({confer} OLE).
LAG
{genitive} LAIG (LUIG), {plural} {idem} -GA and -GRACHA, {masculine} a weak person or thing;
a hollow, cavity or sag;
a pool, in a river, {et cetera};
LAG NA LÁIMHE, the hollow of the hand;
LAG SALAINN, a salt, pan, for making salt from sea-water ({Citation:Antrim -- mostly word list by Aoidhmhín Mac Gréagóir});
LAG MARA, a low tide;
LAG TRÁGHA, {idem};
i (or AG) LAG NA H-OIDHCHE, in the depth of night;
AN LAG IS AN LÁIDIR, the strong and the weak;
dims, LAGAN (LAIGEÁN), LAIGÍN (LUIGÍE);
{confer} LOG.
LAG
-, LAIG-. in {compounds}, weak, unsustamed, casual, low;
hollow;
LAG-FHUAR, halfcold;
LAG-LÚBH, a languid curl, a raald (poet,);
LAG-RADHARC, weak sight;
LAGRADHARCACH, short- or weak-sighted;
LAGTHEINC, a slow-fire;
LAG-ANÁLACH, short of breath, consumptive, weak;
LAGBHÁS, weak death, death;
LAG-BHRÍGHI weakness, impotence;
LAG-BHRÍOGHACH, impotent, exhausted, LAG-BHRIOGHMHAR, {idem};
LAG-BHEART, a mean or deceitful act;
LAG-BHCARTACH, weak in action, mean, deceitful;
LAG-CROIDHE, lack of courage;
LAG-CHROIDHEATH, faint-hearted, {substantive masculine} a coward;
LAG-CHUISLEANNACH, weakpulsed, nervous;
LAG-GHLÓRACH, weakvoiced;
LAG-LÁMHACH, feeble, handed, helpless;
LAG-PHOLL, the worked-out part of a bog;
LAG-PHAGHI small pay LAG-SHEANS, a poor chance;
LAGSPIORAID, lowness of spirit;
THÁINIG LAG-SPIORAID ORM, I became downhearted;
LAG-SPIORAIDIGHE, down, heartedness, depression;
LAG-THRÁGHADH, low water. LAG-ÁGHACH, -AIGHE and -AICHE, {adjective} pleasant, LAG- jolly, courteous, obliging;
neat, pretty, decent;
DUINE LAG-, a pleasant, obliging person. THAGATHAR, -AIR, -IS weakness, falntness;
THÁINIG LAG- ORM, I became faint;
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