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TUITEÁL [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

TUITEÁL
stammering, stuttering (for -EAIL;
-AIL seerns to become -ÁL in parts of {Regional:Connaught}). TUITIM, -E, -Tme, {plural} {idem}, {feminine}, act of falling, stumbimg, declining, drooping, settling, subsiding;
faiimg, tending or turning to (CHUM or AG), losing, suffering by or having the trouble of, hence, tending, fostering, fosterage;
a fall, collapse or stumble, reduction in price, subsidence, decline;
TUITEÁL OIDHCHE, nightfall;
AR SIOR-THUITEÁL OIDHCHE, just at nightfall (poet.);
TUITEÁL AN DUILLEABHAIR, the fall of the leaf,.autumn;
TUITEÁL AN CHEARNABHAIN (CHARLA MAIN, CHEARL-, -RNAMÁIN), the fall of the hornet, twilight;
TUITEÁL SAESAR, the fail of Caesar;
TUITEÁL CHLOICHE, a stone-fall or miss in jackstone playing;
TUITEÁL LAIMHE, fall of the trick, last play;
TUITEÁL SOCAIL, a verbal slip;
NÍ'{Regional:Leighin.} TUITEÁL SOCAIL AR AN CHOINNIGHEAR A BHÉAL DÚNTA, he Who keeps a closed mouth makes no slips of speech;
TUITEÁL GO LEISCE ÉIRIGHTHE, the worst fall is that which makes rising irksome (saying);
FUAIR TUITEÁL TAOBH LEAT, who was your companion in fosterage (O'Ra.);
IAR DTUITEÁL im' SHUAN, after my failing asleep;
AG TUITEÁL Do'N CHEANN, shedding (as corn);
AG TUITEÁL {le?} TRÁIGH, ebbing.
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