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TALAMH [tal_v] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

TALAMH
{genitive} -AIMH, -AILIMH, -LMHAN, -LAMHNA, {dative} -LAMH, -LMHAIN, {plural} -LAIMH, -LAMHNA, -LAMHAINTE (-), -LTA, -AILTE, {masculine} sometimes {feminine}, land, ground, soil or earth (in limited sense), a stratum, a country, an estate, territory (THIS. a territory);
AN TALAMH, the earth, the land (as distinct from sea);
TALAMH BÁN, lea;
TALAMH BOG, productive land : TALAMH BRIOSC, friable land;
TALAMH DEARG, ploughed land, TALAMH TREABHTHA, {idem};
DUBH-THALAMH, black earth or clay;
TALAMH NOCHT, bare land (unafforested, {et cetera});
TALAMH TANAIDHE, land with thin soil;
TALAMH TIRIM, day land, terra firma;
TALAMH CUIR, tillage or cropping land, TALAMH LUIRG, TALAMH BRISTE, {idem};
TALAMH na CURADÓIREACHTA, the fertile soil, below which are GAOIDHEAN and GRINNEALL;
TALAMH DOMASAIGHE, recovered bogland;
TALAMH BHEATHADH (or na {Regional: the Barony}), arable land, TALAMH MÍN-TÍRIGH (or -REACH), {idem};
TALAMH LEIDHBE. See LEADHB;
TALAMH OIREACHTAIS, conacre, TALAMH SCÓIS. TALAMH LEASUIGHTHE (by, i the workers in such are known as carbury men), {idem};
TALAMH RONNDÁLA rundale land;
TALAMH COIMÍN, commonage land;
TALAMH SAOR, land rent free;
TALAMH EAGLASTA, ecclesiastical land;
TALAMH An.-.ISC, newfoundland;
TALAMH na BHSANN, elysium;
TALAMH NA H-ÉIR EANN, Ireland, Irish soil;
TALAMH NA SPÁINNE,.:lpain;
AN TALAMH NAOMHTHA, the holy Land;
LEIS TALMHAINTHI na H-ÁITE SEO? who owns the lands round here? COLUR TALMHAN, a wild pigeon;
POLL TALMHAN, a hole in the ground, an earth house TIGHEARNA TALMHAN, a landlord;
CLOCH THALMHAN, a stone fast in the earth;
EIDHNEÁN TALMHAN, ground ivy;
bid. FEIRM TALAIMH (TAILIMH, THAILIMH, TALMHAN), a farma of land;
RÁMHAN TALAIMH ({et cetera}), a spade-length of ground;
THALAMH, under the ground, buried, {also, alias} all over the ground, on earth;
AG IMTHEACHT THALAMH, going for nought;
NÍ'{Regional:Leighin.} THALAMH AN DOMHAIN DUINE NIÍOF SEÁRR, there is no better man in the world;
FHÓD AN TALAIMH Seo, beneath the soil;
AR TALAMH, on the ground, on earth;
AR TALAMH NA H-CHIREANN, in Ireland;
IS MAITH AN MARCACH BHIOS AR TALAMH, the man on the ground is a good rider (saying);
AR DHRUIM NA TALMHAN, on the face of the earth, in the world, AR DHRUIM TALAIMH ({et cetera}), {idem};
GO TALAMH, to the ground;
BEIDH NA DEORA LEAT GO TALAMH, you will shed many tears;
LÍON STAR GO TALAMH É, fill it up (a pipe);
Ó MHULLACH (Go) TALAMH, from {Regional:Tipperary} to toe;
DE THALAMH, by land;
CHUM TALAIMH, towards the ground;
A DHÁ CHEANN CHUM TALAIMH, he is bent in two (of a very stooped old person);
Ó THALAMH, from the ground, radically, intensely;
DHÍOLAS Ó THALAMH ASTA, I paid for them in entirety;
GAEDHEAL Ó THALAMH, an Irishman through and through THUG Ó THALAMH É, he gave hima a thorough rating, {et cetera};
AG CRITH Ó THALAMH, trembling all over;
ÉIRGHÉ Ó THALAMH, elation;
FHEADAR Ó (or SAOI, {Regional:Connaught}) THALAMH AN DOMHAIN, I do not know at all, cannot imagine;
'S AG AN DTALAMH ÓS É ATÁ BALBH, the dumb ground knows, goodness knows;
AG FREACAR or AG SAOTHAR (-THRUGHADH) AN (or NA) TALMHAN, cultivating the soil;
DO-GHNÍM TALAMH, I make ground, progress, leave an impression on (AR), get a grasp of (AR), succeed with (AR, DE);
DHÉANSADH AN GRÁN Aon TALAMH AR RON, shot will not kill a seal ({Réilthíní Óir});
FCHIDIR Aon TALAMH DO DHÉANAMH DE, one can make nothing of him ({Regional:Donegal});
AN TALAMH DÉANTA GO LUATH AIGE INDIU, he has got through with his work ({et cetera}) early to-day;
DÉANSAIDH AN TALAMH, it will serve;
DO-GHNÍM TALAMH SLÁN DE, I accept as a fact;
BUAILIM TALAMH I, I land at.
TALAMH
-, TALAIMH-, in {compounds}, land., earth- TALAMH-CHRIOTH, an earth tremor;
TALAMHCHUMHSCUGHADH, an earthquake;
TALAMHFHUAR, earthy cold, stiff, gruff.
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