An Foclóir Beag - Ceartúcháin

FOILSITHE AG 'AN GÚM'

Dictionary Generator


Aimsigh focal

Scríobh focal Gaelige

Go díreach Mar tús Mar cuid Críoch Le Fuaimeanna cosúil le Breathnaíonn mhaith






 

Torthaí ón cuardach

RAMHÁN [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

RAMHÁN
-AIN, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} a burst of talk, music, {et cetera} a snatch of a song;
rhap, sody, song or ballad;
RAMHÁN CARACHTAIGHE, a fit of coughing;
RAMHÁN GÁIRC, a fit of laughter;
GACH RAMHÁN NDÉAN TO DE CHEOL, every bit of music you make : THÁINIG AN CHAINNT LEIS 'NA RAMHÁIN, be was talking torrential ly;
THA RAMHÁN SÚTH. you laugbs but you will cry yet (said re one laughing excessively, {Regional:Derry});
al RABHÁN, ROBHAN, HAINAN, -ALNNC {plural} {idem}, -AINNÍ and -NAÍ, {feminine}, a spale, a spade-length (5S feet or rwo paces(sa common unit of measure ment in tillage, {South} TALMHAN, {idem} : RAMHÁN CHRDH, a light spade, for clayey soils;
RAMHÁN BHOGAIGH, a heavy spade for boggy soils;
FEAC NA RÁMHAINNE, the SPADE.handle;
R NGIORRACHC TRÍ RÁMHAINNÍ DDH, three spade, lengths from him;
Ó RIGH GO RÁMHAINN, from prince to peasant;
){also, alias} see Hist, of Irish.-'.tate, Creen, P, 70);
{also, alias} RAMHAN, {genitive} -AININE, RAN, {genitive} RÁINE, {plural} -A;
{pronounced} RAN or RÚN, RÁMHAIIADÓIR, -ÓRA, -Í, {masculine} a spadesman.
[1]
Sínigh isteach