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MALAIRT [mal_RT] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

MALAIRT
-E, -ARTA, {plural} {idem} and -TEACHA {feminine}, a change, alteration (as in a text), exchange, swop, barter, dealing, traffic, recompense;
difference, variety, OPPOSITE;
act of changing (as one's religion, {et cetera}), altering, alternating, {et cetera};
MALAIRT ÉADAIGH, a change of clothes;
A MHALAIRT, something different from it, something else, its OPPOSITE;
MALAIRT CHROTHA, a change of appearance;
MALAIRT NEAMH-GHNÁTHACH AR REANNAIBH NIMHE, an unwonted change in the stars of heaven ({feminine} {feminine});
MAR THÉID MALAIRT AR STAID NA CRÍCHE, according as the condition of the country changes ({ibidem});
MALAIRT BHÓTHAIR, a different road, BÓTHAR MHALAIRT, {idem};
I MALAIRT ÁITE GACH Aon , in a different place every day;
DOGHNÍM MALAIRT PHIOSTALLE, I make an exchange of pistols with, fight a duel with;
MALAIRT AR, a substitute or exchange for;
THUGAS PHLEANNC DO AR MHALAIRT AN TARNA FOCAIL, I struck him at the second repartee;
EARRAI AG IMTHEACHT AR MALAIRT goods being trafficked or bartered ({Réilthíní Óir});
TÉIGHIM AR MALAIRT LÁIMHE, I exchange hands;
NÍOR LÉIR DÓIBH AR I.I., they saw no monarch as substitute;
TUGABHAR BHUR GCEÁRDA DUTHCHAIS AR MALAIRT you have abandoned your native arts (or ways) for something else;
MALAIRT A MAOINE DO DHÉANAMH SEACH, to barter their goods with one another ({feminine} {feminine});
BÍONN MALAIRT ÉADAIGH AR SHAGAIRT {le?} DAOINO EILE, a priest is dressed differently from others;
AN BHFUIL A MHALAIRT SIN AGAT.
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