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ÓRDLATH [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

ÓRDLATH
-AIGHI -AIGHE, {masculine} an inch, a finger's breadth, {especially} a thurabis breadth, inches being roughly measured thus;
a bit or fragment, a moment of time, a step;
GAII SIOL AN ÓRDLAIGH, not having enough seed for a so, uare-inch;
FEARR MILE (or ÉIRE) 'NÁ ÓRDLATH, a miss is as good as a mile (saying);
IS FEÁRR {le?} DUINE ÓRDLATH DA THOIL 'NÁ BANNLÁMH LEAR, one preiers to have a little of one's way to ranch improvement;
RAGHAD ÓRDLATH, I will not budge an inch;
CHUADHAR I NGIORRACHT ÓRDLAIGH DO BHEITH BÁIDHTE, I went within an inch of being drowned;
'NA ÓRDLAIGHIBH. in or by inches;
'NA ÓRDLAIGHIBH TRÍD, mixed through it in small quantities;
ÉIRE SIUBHALTA 'NA H-ÓRDLAIGHIBH BEAGA AGAM, I have travelled Ireland inch by inch;
DOGHNÍM ÓRDLAIGHE DC, I smash him up : GACH Aon ÓRDLATH DC, every hit of it;
CHÓMH MAITH LEIS GACH AON ÓRDLATH, every hit as good as he;
NÍ'L ÓRDLATH DE GHNÓ {le?} DEANAMH, there is no business doing;
ÓRDLATH LUATH, a moment too soon;
GAU ÓRDLATH FÚITHE, lying on the bare ground;
{also, alias} ÓRLATH.
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