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Irishionary.com is a free online collaborative dictionary. It's written, edited and moderated by the online Irish language community. That's you! And me! This PDF, generated on 2010-12-18, features the validated contents of the online dictionary so far. The content is provided as-is. Email Eoin at [email protected] with any comments or corrections. Create an account on the site if you would like to add another word to the dictionary. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA.

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a aithint vb to recognise a dó nm two abair vb recite [prayer], say, suppose [mathematics] abairt nf2 phrase, sentence ábalta vb able abhac nm dwarf abhaile adv home, homewards abhainn nf river ábhar nm subject, topic abhatár nm4 avatar abhlann nf2 host [religion] acadamh nm1 academy ach but achainí nf petition achar nm1 area (maths), distance, duration, extent, period achoimre nf summary, synopsis achomharc nm1 appeal (legal); vb appeal (legal) achrannach adj confrontational, quarrelsome aclaí adj agile aclaigh vb exercise, flex, limber acmhainn nf2 capacity, endurance, equipment, means, resources adamh nm1 atom adamhach adj atomic ádh nm fortune, luck adhain vb ignite, inflame, kindle adharc nf2 erection, horn adhlaic vb to bury [after death] adhmad nm timber, wood ádhúil adj fortunate, lucky admhaigh vb acknowledge, admit, confess admháil nf3 acknowledgement, acknowledgment, receipt aduain adj apart, strange, unfamiliar ae nm4 liver aer nm air aerach adj gay aerfort nm airport aerlíne nf4 airline aeróg nf2 aerial, antenna Aetópach adj Ethiopian áfach adv however ag prep at, by, with ag caoineadh vb crying ag dul vb going ag fanacht vb waiting ag foghlaim vb learning ag lorg vb looking for ag rith vb running ag súil le vb expecting ag tumadh vb diving

agall nf2 exclaimation agallamh nm1 interview aghaidh nf2 facade, face, front agóid nf protest aguisín nm appendix [document] agus and áibhéal exaggeration áibhéil nf2 exaggeration aibhléis nf2 electricity aibigh vb mature, ripen (of cheese) Aibreán nm1 April aiceann nm accent aicíd nf disease aicme nf4 class (of society), denomination (maths) aicmiú nm classification aidiacht nf3 adjective aiféala nm regret áiféiseach adj absurd, ridiculous, senseless aifir vb punish, rebuke aigéad nm1 acid aigéad líseirgeach dé-eitiolaimíde nm1 diethylamide lysergic acid aigéan nm ocean aigeantach adj gay, vivacious aill nf cliff áilleacht nf beauty ailléirge nf4 allergy ailléirgeach adj allergic ailp nf2 gulp, large bite of food, large portion of something ailse nf3 cancer ailtire nm architect ailtireacht nf3 architecture aimhleas nm3 damage aimhréidh nf2 entanglement aimsigh vb find, hit aimsir nf weather aimsiú n discovery aindiathaí nm4 atheist ainéimiméadar nm anemometer aingeal nm angel ainm nm name ainm cleite nm4 pen-name ainm sráide n street name ainmfhocal nm noun ainmhí nm animal, creature ainmnigh vb assign, designate, identify, name, nominate ainneoin prep despite, in spite of ainnis adj awful, miserable aintéine nf4 antenna [biology] aintín n aunt aipindic nf appendix [biology] air prep on him aire nf4 attention
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aireagóir nm3 inventor áireamh nm count [enumeration] áireamhán nm calculator airgead nm money, silver [metal] aischothú nm feedback áiseanna nf facilities aisíoc nm3 refund aisling nf daydream, fantasy, vision aiste nf4 essay aisteach adj odd, peculiar, strange, weird aistear nm journey, trek aisteoir nm3 actor aisteoireacht nf3 acting aistrigh vb migrate, remove, shift, transfer, translate aistriúchán nm1 translation ait adj comic, eccentric, odd, strange áit nf2 place, position, room aiteann nm1 gorse aiteas nm1 fun, pleasure aitheantas nm identification, recognition aithin vb distinguish, identify, recognize aithis nf2 disgrace, slur aithne nf4 awareness aithris nf2 imitation, mimicry áitiúil adj local ál nm1 brood (of animals), litter alabhog adj lukewarm áladh nm1 grab, lunge, snap álainn adj beautiful Albain nf Scotland albam nm1 album Albanach nm1 Scot, Scottish person; adj Scotch, Scots, Scottish alcaileach adj alkaline alcól nm1 alcohol alcólach nm1 alcoholic; adj alcoholic alcólacht nf3 alcoholism allas nm1 perspiration, sweat allasaigh vb sweat allasúil adj sweaty allmhairigh vb import allta adj wild (animals) almóinn nf2 almond alp vb devour, swallow Alpach adj Alpine alt nm article, joint [biology], knuckle, paragraph altóir nf3 altar altú nm grace (before meals) am nm time amach adv aloud, forth, out; adj outward, sheer, utter amadán nm fool, idiot [man], sucker amaideach adj foolish, idiotic amaidí nf4 folly, nonsense

amárach n tomorrow; adv tomorrow amas nm1 aim [of gun], attack, hit (web site), shot [sport] ambasáid nf2 embassy amh adj crude, raw amhail prep like; like amháin adj exclusively, only [one], solely ámharach adj lucky amharc vb look, view; nm sight [vision], view, vision amharclann nf2 theater amhlaidh adv so, the same, thus amhrán nm1 song amhránaí nm4 singer amhras nm1 doubt, suspicion amhrasach adj debatable, dubious, questionable, suspicious amú adv astray amuigh adv outside an art the; pref very An Afraic Theas nf2 South Africa An Áis nf Asia An Albáin nf2 Albania An Astráil nf2 Australia An Bhealarúis nf2 Belarus An Bheilg nf2 Belgium An Bhrasaíl nf2 Brazil An Bhulgáir nf2 Bulgaria An Cabhán nm1 Cavan An Chéadaoin n Wednesday An Chipir nf2 Cyprus An Chróit nf2 Croatia An Danmhairg nf2 Denmark An Déardaoin n Thursday an domhain nm Earh an domhan nm the earth, the world An Domhnach nm1 Sunday an duine nm4 human, human being, man, mankind An Eastóin nf2 Estonia An Eilvéis nf2 Switzerland An Eoraip nf3 Europe An Fhionlainn nf2 Finland An Fhrainc nf2 France an Gabhar nm1 Capricorn An Ghailís n Galicia An Ghearmáin nf2 Germany An Ghréig nf2 Greece An Iaráic nf2 Iraq An Iaráin nf2 Iran An Iarmhí nf4 Westmeath An India nf4 India An Iodáil nf2 Italy An Iordáin nf2 Jordan An Iorua nf4 Norway An Íoslainn nf2 Iceland
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An Ísiltír nf2 Holland, The Netherlands An Laitvia nf4 Latvia an Leon nm1 Leo An Liotuáin nf Lithuania An Luan nm1 Monday an Mhaighdean nf2 Virgo An Mháirt n Tuesday an Mheá nf4 Libra An Mholdóiv nf2 Moldova an mhórchuid pron most An Nua-Shéalainn nf2 New Zealand An Ostair nf2 Austria An Phacastáin nf2 Pakistan an Pháil nf2 the Pale An Pholainn nf Poland An Phortaingéil nf2 Portugal An Phrúis n Prussia an Portán nm1 Cancer an Reithe nm4 Aries An Rómáin nf2 Romania An Rúis nf2 Russia an Saighdeoir nm3 Sagittarius an saol mór nm1 everybody An Satharn nm1 Saturday an Scairp nf2 Scorpio An Spáinn nf2 Spain An tAontas Eorpach nm1 European Union an Tarbh nm1 Taurus An tSeapáin nf2 Japan An tSeirbia nf Serbia An tSín nf2 China An tSionainn nf2 River Shannon An tSlóvaic nf Slovakia An tSlóvéin nf2 Slovenia An tSualainn nf2 Sweden An Tuirc nf2 Turkey An Ungáir nf2 Hungary anagram nm1 anagram análaigh vb breathe anall adv hither anallód adv in ancient times, long ago anam nm soul anamchara nm confessor, spiritual advisor anann nm1 pineapple anás nm destitution, poverty Andóra nm Andorra Andraiméide nf4 Andromeda andúil nf2 addiction, craving andúileach nm addict anlann nm1 dressing, relish, sauce, trimmings anlann soighe nm1 soya sauce ann prep in, there annamh adj rare, seldom anocht tonight anois adv now anord nm1 chaos

anraith nm4 broth, soup ansa adj favourite anseo adv here ansin adv then, there ansmachtaí n slave driver antasubstaint nf anti-substance, antibody anuasal adj ignoble; nm1 ignoble, low-born person anuraidh adv last year; adj last year's aoibh nf2 mood, smile, temper aoibhinn adj glorious, very nice aoibhneas nm1 bliss, enjoyment aois nf age, century aonach nm fair aonarach adj alone, one, single aonaracht nf3 singularity, solitude aontacht nf unison, unity aontaigh vb agree aontú nm agreement ár pron our; nm1 havoc, slaughter ar prep on ar a laghad at least ar aghaidh adv next; prep forward ar an taobh side order ar buile adj angry, crazy ar éigean adv barely, hardly ar fad altogether; adj fully, outright ar feadh prep during, for, for the period of, throughout ar meisce drunk árachas nm insurance araid nf2 bin [rubbish or coal], closet, press araíonacht nf3 disciplinary, restraint arán n bread arán sinséir nm1 gingerbread árasán nm1 apartment, flat arbhar nm1 cereal, corn ard adj high, tall ardaigh vb elevate, increase, raise ardbhrú nm4 high pressure ardleibhéal n high level [advanced exam] Ardteistiméireacht n Leaving Certificate ardteistméireacht nf3 leaving certificate arís adv again arm nm1 army ársa adj ancient, old artola nf4 gasoline, petrol as from, off, out as an nua adv afresh asal nm ass, donkey asfalt nm1 asphalt aslonnaigh vb evacuate asma nm4 asthma aspairín nm4 aspirin aspal nm1 apostle aspalóid nf2 absolution
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asphrionta nm4 print-out [computers] astitim nf2 (radioactive) fallout Astrálach nm1 Australian; adj Australian astralaíocht nf3 astrology at nm1 swelling [medical]; vb swell atáirg vb reproduce atáirgeach adj reproductive atáirgeadh nm reproduction atarlaigh vb recur atarlú nm recurrence ateangaire nm4 interpreter atéigh vb reheat, warm up áth nm3 ford ath- pref former, old, re-, rejected, retired ath-inúsáidte adj reusable athaimsigh vb relocate athair nm father athair baiste nm godfather athair céile nm father-in-law athair mór nm grandfather athaithne nf4 renewal (of acquaintance) athaontaigh vb reunite athartha adj fatherly, paternal áthas nm1 happiness, joy áthasach adj happy, jolly athbheochan nf3 renaissance, revival athbheoigh vb resuscitate, revive athbhliain nf new year athbhreithnithe adj revised athfhilleadh nm reflex athlíon vb refill, replenish athnuachan nf refreshing, rejuvenation, renewal athnuaigh vb refresh, renew athraigh vb change, reduce athraithe adj changed, transformed athrú nm alteration, change, conversion atmaisféar nm atmosphere

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b'fhéidir maybe, perhaps bá nm4 inundation babhla nm4 bowl [eating] babhta nm bout, round [sport] bábóg nf2 doll bacach nm beggar, cripple; adj lame bád nm boat badmantan nm1 badminton bádóir nm3 boatman bagair vb threaten bagrach adj threatening bágún nm bacon báicéir nm3 baker baicle nf4 clique, group of people báigh vb drown, wreck

baile nm home Baile Átha Cliath nf Dublin baile fearainn nm townland baile mór n town baileabhair [to make a] fool [of a person] bailigh vb to collect, to gather bailíochtú nm validation bailiúchán nm collection, whip-around bain vb harvest, mow, reap bainbhín nm Piglet baincéir nm3 banker baineann adj female baineannach nm female [zoology] bainis nf2 wedding bainise adj bridal bainisteoir nm3 manager bainne n milk baint nf2 association, digging, relationship, removal baintreach nf2 widow, widowed parent báire nm4 contest, game of hurling, goal, match báisín nm4 basin báisteach nf rain baitín nm4 baton balbh adj dumb, mute ball nm1 member balla nm wall ballóg nf2 ruin bán adj blank, white banaltra nf4 nurse banana nm4 banana banbh nm piglet bánbhuí adj cream [colour] banc nm bank banchliamhain nm4 daughter-in-law banda adj feminine bándearg adj pink bandia nf goddess banlaoch nm1 heroine banna nm4 band [of musicians] banna práis nm4 brass band banóstach nm1 hostess banphrionsa nm4 princess banríon nf queen bánú nm dawn; daybreak; brightening baois nf2 vanity (futility) baolach adj dangerous, unsafe baoth adj daft, silly barántúil adj authentic bard nm1 poet bardas nm1 corporation (of a town or city), council, municipality barra seacláid nm4 chocolate bar barraicín nm1 toe barraíocht nf excess barróg nf2 embrace, hug, wrestling grip
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barúil nf comment, feeling, idea, observation, opinion bás nm death basadóir nm matchmaker básaigh vb die basal nm4 basil béabhar nm1 beaver beacán nm1 mushroom beach nf2 bee beacht adj exact beag adj little, minor, small beagán nm1 a little beagnach adv almost, nearly béal nm brim, mouth, opening Béal Feirste nm Belfast bealach nm direction, way bealach isteach nm access béalmhír nf2 bit (tool) béaloideas nm folklore Bealtaine nf4 May bean n woman bean chéile nf wife bean cleamhnais n matchmaker [woman] bean rialta nf nun beann nf2 antler, horn, peak beannacht nf benediction, blessing beannaigh vb bless, greet beannaithe adj blessed, holy, sacred beannú nm blessing, greeting béar nm1 bear beár nm1 bar Béarla nm English [language] béarlachas nm1 Anglicism béarlagair nm jargon, slang [incomprehensible] bearna nf gap bearr vb shave bearradh nm shave béasach adj polite beatha nf life [duration of a person's life] béic nf2 outcry, roar, scream, shout, yell; vb roar, yell beidh vb will be béile nm4 meal Beilgeach nm1 Belgian; adj Belgian beilt nf2 belt béim nf blow, emphasis, stress beir vb bear, bring, catch, give birth to, lay [egg], take, win beir barróg ar vb hug beith nf2 being, birch, entity beo adj live; nm4 life beoir nf beer beola n lips bheith nf existence bheith suite i to be located in bhí sé vb it was

bhuel bhur adj your bí vb be bia nm food bia coisir adj kosher food biachlár nm1 menu bialann nf2 restaurant biatas nm1 beet, beetroot bídeach adj minute, tiny bileog nf2 flyer, leaflet, page, sheet bille nm4 bill binid nf2 rennet binn nf2 cliff, gable; adj melodious, sweet binse nm4 bench Bíobla nm4 Bible biogóid nm4 bigot biongó nm4 bingo biorach adj pointed, sharp bioróir nm3 pencil sharpener biseach nm improvement, recovery bitheolaíocht nf3 biology bithiúnach nm scoundrel, villain bláithín nm4 little flower blaosc nf2 shell, skull blas nm accent, flavor, flavour, taste blasta adj savoury, tasty bláth nm flower bláthadóir nm3 florist bláthaigh vb flower bleacht nm3 milk bleachtaire nm detective, private eye bléin nf2 groin bliain nf3 year bligh vb milk bliosán nm1 artichoke bloc nm1 block blúisléine nf4 blouse bó nf cow bob nm4 hoax, trick bocht adj poor; nm1 poor person bochtaineacht nf3 poverty bochtanas nf3 poverty bod nm penis bodach n bloke, guy bodhar adj deaf bodhraigh vb deafen bodhrán nm1 bodhrán - Irish frame drum bodhránacht an lae nm dawn bog vb move; adj soft bogásach adj smug bogearraí n software bogha nm4 bow bogha báistí n rainbow boglach nm1 thaw, wet weather boige nf4 softness boilgeog nf2 bubble
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bóín Dé nf4 ladybird boladh nm smell bolaigh vb smell bolb nm1 caterpillar bolcán nm1 volcano bolcán beo nm1 active volcano bolcán marbh nm1 extinct volcano bolcán suanach nm1 dormant volcano bolg nm1 abdomen, belly (of fish) bolgán nm1 bubble, [lamp] bulb bollán nm1 block of stone, boulder bollóg nf Loaf bolta nm4 bolt bomaite minute [time] bómánta adj stupid bonn nm basis, coin, medal, sole (of shoe or foot), tyre bord nm table borróg nf2 bun, cake bos nf2 base, blade, fluke, palm of hand bosán n scrotum [slang]; purse bosca nm4 box bosca bruscair nm4 rubbish bin both nf3 kiosk bothán nm1 cabin, hut, shed bóthar nm road bóthar iarainn nm1 railway botún nm blunder, mistake brabach nm1 gain, profit, spin-off brabhsáil vb browse [computers]; nf3 browsing brabhsálaí nm browser brabhsálaí Gréasáin n Web browser brabús nm1 profit brach nm3 pus bradán nm1 salmon brádán nm1 drizzle braich nf2 malt; vb malt bráillín n sheet bráisléad nm1 bracelet bráithreachas nm1 brotherhood braon nm drop Brasaíleach nm1 Brazilian; adj Brazilian brat nm1 blanket, broth, coat, cover, flag (computers), layer (of paint), sheet bratach nf flag brathadóir nm detector, informer bráthair nm brother [religious] breac nm1 fish, trout breacadh an lae nm1 dawn bréag nf lie [not the truth] bréagán nm1 toy bréan adj fetid, foul, rancid breathnaigh vb consider, examine, observe breathnú nm consideration, examination, observation breithlá nm birthday

Breithlá sona duit! Happy birthday! breosla nm4 fuel brí nf4 meaning, sense, significance briathar nm1 verb, word bríce nm4 brick bríceadóir nm3 bricklayer bricfeasta nm breakfast brídeach nf2 bride Brídíní n Brownies brionglóid nf dream, vision briosca nm4 biscuit, cookie bríste nm4 trousers briste adj broken bríste géine nm4 jeans broc nm1 badger brocailí nm4 broccoli bród nm pride bródúil adj proud bróg nf2 shoe brógaí n shoes broid vb goad, nudge, prod; nf2 captivity, distress, misery brón nm sorrow brónach adj sad, unhappy bronnadh céime nm1 graduation (with degree) bronntanas nm gift, present brostaigh vb hasten, urge brothallach adj sultry brú nm pressure, push brú óige nm4 youth hostel bruach nm bank [water], brink, raised ground [Monaghan] brúigh vb press, push bruith vb boil brúitín nm4 mashed potatoes, pulp bruitíneach nf2 measles bruitíneach dhearg nf2 german measles, rubella bruscar nm1 garbage, rubbish, trash bua nm ability [talent], victory buachaill nm boy, boyfriend, lad buaf nf2 toad buaigh vb to win buail vb hit buail le vb meet with buairt nf3 sorrow, vexation buaiteoir nm3 winner bualadh nm beat, hit bualadh bos n applause buan adj constant, continual, fixed, permanent, perpetual buatais nf2 boot [footwear] buí adj yellow; nm4 yellow buidéal nm bottle buidéal te nm1 hot-water bottle builín nm4 loaf
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buille nm beat, hit buille an chroí heartbeat buime nf4 nanny, nurse buinneach nf2 diarrhoea buinneán nm1 bunion, sapling, shoot buíocán nm1 primrose, yolk buíoch adj appreciative, grateful buíochas nm thanks búistéir nm3 butcher Bulgáiris nf2 Bulgarian language bullaí nm bully bultúr nm vulture bumbóg nf2 bumblebee bun nm base [mathematics and science], basis, bottom, foot [of slope], origin, original bunachar nm1 base, foundation, origin bunachar téarmaíochta nm1 terminology database bunaigh vb establish buncar nm1 bunker bunchóip n original copy bunreacht nm3 constitution bunscoil nf2 grade school, primary school buntús nm1 basics, rudiments bunús nm1 basis, most, origin bunúsach adj basic, fundamental bus nm4 bus

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C.L.G. G.A.A. cá pron how, what, where cab nm4 mouth [pejorative], muzzle [of animal] cabáiste nm4 cabbage cábán nm1 cabin cabhair nf help cabhlach nm1 fleet, navy cabhraigh vb help cac n bad, crap, useless; dung, excrement, shit cac capaill horse dung (an insult) cáca nm cake cách nm4 everybody, everyone cadás nm1 cotton Caerdydd nm4 Cardiff caibinéad nm1 cabinet caife nm café, coffee caighdeán nm norm, standard cailc nf2 chalk cailín nm girl, girlfriend, lass cailín coimhdeachta nm4 bridesmaid cáilíocht nf qualification cáiliúil adj famous caill vb to lose cailleach nf hag, witch caillte adj lost cáin nf fine, penalty, tax

caint nf dialogue, speech, talk [with an audience] cainteach adj chatty, talkative cairde n credit, respite cairdeagan nm1 cardigan cairdeas nm amity, friendship cairdín nm4 accordion cáirdiúil adj friendly cairéad nm1 carrot cairéal nm1 quarry cáiréas nm caries cáiréiseach adj tactful cáis nf cheese Cáisc nf3 Easter, Passover caisearbhán nm1 dandelion caisleán nm castle caismirt nf2 commotion, conflict, disorder, fray caith vb spend, throw, toss, wear [clothes] caitheamh nm (use) wear, consumption, spending, throw Caitliceach adj Catholic; nm1 Catholic cál nm1 cabbage calaois nf2 deceit, foul, fraud callán nm racket [noise] callánach adj loud, noisy calma adj brave, fine, splendid, strong calóg nf2 flake calóg shneachta n snowflake calóga arbhair nf2 corn flakes cam adj bent, crooked, dishonest, gay, wry cam an ime n buttercup camán nm1 camomile, hurling stick camóg nf2 camogie stick, comma camógaíocht nf3 camogie campáil vb camp canadh nm singing canáraí nm4 canary canna nm can cannabas nm1 cannabis canta nm4 stave cantalach adj fractious, grumpy canúint nf3 dialect caoga fifty caoin vb cry, mourn caoineadh nm lament, lamentation caoineog nf smoothie caoinfhulaingt nf tolerance caoireoil nf3 mutton caol adj narrow, shrill (music), slender caolsráid nf2 alley caomhnóir nm guardian caonach nm moss caora nf ewe, sheep capall nm1 horse cara nm friend carachtar nm character
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Carghas nm1 Lent carr nm1 car carraig nf rock carráiste nm4 carriage carrchlós nm car park cárta nm card cártaí nm4 cards cartún nm1 cartoon cás nm affair, case cás peann luaidhe nm1 pencil case casacht nf3 cough cásmhar adj thoughtful casóg nf jacket casta adj complicated, elaborate, knotty, winding castán nm1 Spanish chestnut casúr nm hammer cat n cat catach adj curly-haired cath nm3 battle cathain when cathair nf city cathaoir nf chair cathaoir rotha nf5 wheelchair cathaoirleach nm chairman cé nf pier, quay, wharf; pron who ceacht nm3 exercise, lesson cead nm clearance, permission, permit [document], sanction céad nm century, hundred; adj first ceadúnaigh vb to license ceadúnas nm license Ceanada nm4 Canada Ceanadach nm1 Canadian; adj Canadian ceangail vb connect, join ceangal nm1 attachment ceann nm head ceann ar aghaidh adj headlong céanna adj same, very céannacht nf3 identity ceannaigh vb buy, purchase ceannairc nf2 conspiracy, coup d'etat, mutiny, rebellion ceannairceach adj rebellious ceannaire nm4 leader ceannaitheoir nm3 buyer ceannas nm authority, dominance ceanncheathrú nf headquarters ceannlíne nf4 headline ceansa adj meek, tame ceantar nm area [geographical], district sector [of city], locality ceanúil adj fond ceapach nf2 tillage plot ceapachán nm appointment (job) ceapaire nm4 sandwich

ceapairí nm sandwiches ceapann sé vb he thinks cearc nf fowl, hen, poultry ceardaí nm craftsman ceardchumann nm trade union ceardlann nf craft shop, shop, workroom, workshop cearnóg nf2 square cearr adjf wrong ceart adj correct, right ceárta nf4 hotbed [figurative] ceartaigh vb accommodate, correct ceartúchán nm correction céas vb hound ceathach adj showery ceathair n four [numeric] ceathrair nm1 cousin ceil vb conceal, disguise céilí nm social gathering involving traditional dancing ceiliúradh nm celebration Ceilteach adj Celtic céim nf2 degree ceimic nf2 chemistry ceimiceoir nm3 chemist céir nf5 wax ceird nf2 craft, occupation, trade ceirmeacht nf3 ceramics céislín nm4 tonsil ceist nf2 question ceistigh vb question ceithre adj four [quantity of something] ceo nm4 fog ceobhrán nm1 light drizzle, mist, misty rain ceobhránach adj drizzly ceoch adj foggy ceol music ceolchoirm nf concert ceoldráma nm4 opera ceolsiamsa nm4 musical ceoltóir nm3 musician, singer cheana adv already choíche ever, never chomh adv as [comparison] chonaic vb saw chun in order to, to ciall nf meaning, sense ciallaigh vb explain, interpret, mean, signify cianrialtán nm remote control ciap vb hound ciaróg nf beetle Ciarraí nf4 Kerry Ciarraíoch nm1 person from Kerry ciclipéid nf2 encyclopaedia cigire nm inspector ciliméadar nm1 kilometre
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cill nf2 cell, churchyard Cill Chainnigh Kilkenny cillín nm4 cell cime nm4 captive, inmate, prisoner cine nm4 race [peoples] cineál nm type, variety cineáltas nm kindness ciniceas nm1 cynicism ciníochas nm1 racism cinn vb decide, determine cinneadh nm1 decision cinniúint nf chance [fate], destiny, fate, fortune cinnte adj certain, definite, stingy cinsireacht nf3 censorship cíoch nf2 breast cíochbheart nm1 bra ciombal nm1 cymbal ciontach adj guilty ciontacht nf3 guilt cíor nf comb ciorcal nm1 circle ciorcalach circular cíos nm3 rent, rental, tribute (tax) ciotach adj awkward, clumsy, left-handed ciotóg nf left-handed person círéib nf2 riot, uproar ciseán nm1 basket cispheil nf basketball císte nm cake cistin nf kitchen citeal nm1 kettle cith nm shower ciúin adj quiet, silent ciúnas nm1 calm, hush, quiet, silence cladhaire nm4 coward, rogue, villain cláirseach nf harp clamhán nm1 buzzard clampar nm1 commotion, disturbance, rumpus clann nf children, descendants, followers claonadh nm bias, inclination claonta adj biased, partial, prejudiced clár nm1 board, counter, flat surface, index, list, table clár bán nm1 white board clárú nm registration clé adj left cleamhnas nm1 marriage, match cleas nm1 joke, prank, trick cleasach adj cute [cunning], shifty, tricky cléir nf2 band, clergy, company cléireach nm clerk cliamhain nm4 son-in-law clib nf2 tag [computers, argiculture] cliceáil vb click clis vb to breakdown, to fail cliste adj brainy, intelligent, smart

cloch nf2 stone clog nm bell, clock clogad nm1 helmet clogad rialaithe círéibe nm1 riot control helmet clogáil amach vb clock out clogáil isteach vb clock in cloigeann n skull; head cloigeann ramhar nm1 hangover cloígh vb conquer, defeat, subdue clois vb to hear clóraform nm1 chloroform clú nm4 fame, reputation cluain nf meadow Cluain Meala Clonmel cluaisín nm tab cluas nf ear clúdach nm cover clúdaigh vb cover cluiche nm4 game, match cluiche táiplise n checkers, draughts clúidín nm4 nappy cluin vb hear clúiteach adj famed, renowned clúmh nm1 coat [of animal], down [fur], feathers, hair [on body] cnagaire nm4 woodpecker cnaipe nm4 button, key [computers], know [of radio etc.] cnámh nf2 bone cnámharlach nm1 skeleton cneasaigh vb heal [wound] cneasta adj honest, kind cniotáil vb knit; nf3 knitting cnó capaill nm4 horse chestnut cnó coill nm4 hazelnut cnoc nm1 hill, mountain cnocach adj hilly cnuasach nm1 accumulation, collection, portfolio cnuasaigh vb collect, gather, store cócaire nm4 cook cócaireacht nf3 cooking cócaireán nm1 cooker, stove cócaireán leictreach nm1 electric cooker, stove cóch nm1 squall cochall nm hood cochán nm1 straw cócó nm4 cocoa, coconut cód nm1 code cód poist nm1 zip code codail vb sleep codán nm1 fraction codarsnacht nf contrast codladh nm sleep
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codlatach adj sleepy cófra nm4 chest, cupboard, press, trunk cogadh nm war cogain vb chew cógaiseoir nm3 pharmacist cógaisíocht adj pharmaceutical cogal nm corncockle cogar nm1 whisper cógaseolaí nm4 pharmacologist cógaseolaíocht nf3 pharmacology cógaslann nf2 pharmacy coicís nm fortnight coileach nm1 cock, fowl, rooster coileán nm puppy cóilis nf2 cauliflower coill nf2 forest, wood; vb castrate, geld, spay coimeád vb keep, retain coimeádach adj conservative cóimheáchan nm1 counterbalance coimhéadaí nm4 observer coimpeart nf3 conception, procreation coincheap nm3 concept coincréit nf2 concrete coinín nm4 rabbit coinne nf4 appointment, engagement coinneáil ort vb persevere coinneal nf2 candle coinnealbhá nm4 excommunication coinnigh vb hold, retain coinníoll nm condition cóipleabhar nm copy book, copybook coir nf2 crime, fault, offence cóir nf3 equity, justice coirce nm4 oats coireanna cogaidh war crimes coiriúlacht nf criminality coirne nf4 cornea coirnéal nm1 corner cois prep beside cois farraige on the sea-shore coiscéim nf step coiscín nm condom cóisir nf party coiste nm4 board, committee, jury coitianta adj colloquial, common, usual coitiantacht nf generality coitinne general col nm col col ceathar nm1 cousin col ceathrar first cousin col seisir n second cousin coláiste nm4 college coláisteánach nm1 student (college) coll nm1 hazel colm nm1 dove, scar colmán nm1 dove

colpa nm4 calf (part of leg) colscaradh nm divorce colún nm1 column, pillar colún veirteabrach nm1 vertebral column colúr nm1 pigeon combhrón nm1 sympathy comhábhar nm ingredient comhad nm file [computer; paper] comhair vb count comhaireamh nm count [enumeration] comhairle nf4 advice, council comhairleoir nm counsellor, mentor comhairleoir croí chráite nm agony aunt comhairleoireacht nf counselling comhairligh vb advise Comhaontas Glas n Green Party [political] comharsa nf neighbor, neighbour comhartha nm4 emblem, sign, signal, symbol, token comhchosach adj isosceles comhchuibheacht nf harmony comhdaigh vb file [documents] comheagraí nm co-ordinator, coordinator [of subjects] comhghairdeas nm1 congratulations comhionannas nm1 equality comhlach adj associate, valvular comhlíon vb fulfil, fulfill comhluadar nm company [social] comhoibriú nm collaboration (including with enemy), cooperation comhrá nm4 chat, chatting, conversation, dialogue comhroinn vb share comhthéacs nm context comóir vb commemorate, convene, summon comóradh nm anniversary [celebration] comóradh dhá chéad bliain bicentenary comórtas nm1 competition, contest, tournament comrádaí nm4 comrade cónaigh vb live (place) conas how cónasc nm1 conjunction [ling] cóngarach adj near conradh nm contract consan nm consonant conspóid nf2 argument, controversy, dispute constaic nf obstacle; barrier contae nm county Contae Dhoire n County Derry cor nm1 eventuality, turn, twist córas nm system córas na gréine n solar system corcra adj purple corda nm4 chord, cord, string corn beaker, cup [sport], horn [music]
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cornfhoiche nf4 hornet corp nm body corr éisc nf2 heron corrach adj erratic, shifty, uneven, unreliable, unstable, wavy corradh le adj more than corruair adv occasionally corruimhir nf5 odd number cos nf foot, leg cosán nm path cosán sráide n footpath, sidewalk cosanta adj guarded, protected coscair vb disintegrate, hack, mangle, shatter, thaw cosnochta adj barefoot; adv barefoot cósta nm4 coast costas nm cost cosúil adj alike, similar cosúlacht nf3 appearance, similarity cóta nm coat cothrom adj equal, even craic n enjoyment, fun craiceáilte adj crazy, loony, zany craiceann nm skin cráifisc nf2 crayfish [freshwater] cráigh vb hound cráitéar nm1 crater crann n tree crann castán nm1 chestnut tree crann coill nm1 hazel tree crann Nollag nm1 Christmas tree crann úll nm1 apple-tree crannóg nf pulpit craobh nf bough, branch, stick craol vb broadcast creachadóireacht nf3 vandalism créacht nf3 wound créachtaigh vb wound creathán bainne nm1 milk shake creid vb believe, guess, suppose creideamh nm belief [religion], faith [religion] críochnaigh vb accomplish, finish críochnú nm end, finish, termination crios nm belt, zone Críost nm Christ Críostaí adj Christian crith talún nm3 earthquake cró nm enclosure, hut crobh nm1 paw croch vb hang, lift, suspend crochadh nm hang up, hanging, suspension crochta adj hung cróga adj brave, hardy crógacht nf3 bravery croí nm heart croith vb shake, sprinkle

croitheadh nm shock cróm nm1 chrome crom vb bend, crouch, droop cromán nm1 crank, hip cronaigh vb miss crónghiúis nf2 redwood cros nf2 cross crosfhocal nm1 crossword crú capaill nm4 horseshoe crua adj difficult, hard, solid; nm4 difficult circumstances, hard state, hardness cruach nf steel cruachan nf hardening, hardening off, set, setting cruan nm1 enamel crúigh vb milk cruinn adj accurate, exact, precise, round [shape], rounded cruinnigh vb collect, gather cruinniú nm meeting cruiscín nm4 jug cruithneacht nf3 wheat cruth nm shape cruthaigh vb create, prove cruthaitheach adj creative cruthanta adj unmitigated cú nm4 greyhound cuach nf2 cookie [computers], cuckoo cuaille nm4 pole, post, stake cuainín nm4 cove cuairt nf visit, visitation cuairteoir nm3 visitor cuan nm bay cuarc nm1 quark cuardach nm search, seek cuardaigh vb search, seek cuas nm1 cavity, sinus cúcamar nm1 cucumber cuí nm direction, way cuibheasach adj reasonably, so-so cuid nf3 part, portion, section, share cuidigh vb help cuidiú nm assistance cúig five cuil nf bug, fly [insect] cuil tí nf2 house fly cuileog nf fly [insect] cuimhne nf memory cuimhnigh vb bear in mind, recall, remember cuimsitheach adj comprehensive, inclusive cuir vb bury, lay, plant, put, send, sow cuir i gcomparáid vb compare cuir i gcomparáid le vb compare to cuir in ord tosaíochta vb prioritise, prioritize cuireadh nm1 invitation cúirséid nm1 zucchini
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cúirt nf2 court cuirtín nm4 curtain, drape cúis nf2 reason cúisín nm4 cushion cuisle nf4 pulse cuisneoir nm fridge cúiteamh nm1 compensation, recompense; restitution cúl nm back, behind culaith nf2 dress, suit cúlra nm4 background cúlráideach adj quiet, secluded, secret cúlú nm recession cum vb compose, invent, make up cuma nf appearance, condition cumadóir nm3 composer cumann nm association, club, society cumarsáideach adj communicative cumas proficiency cumasach adj capable, powerful cumasc nm compound cumhacht nf authority, power, strength cúnamh nm1 aid, assistance, help cúng narrow cuntar nm1 (shop) counter cuntas nm1 account, record cuntasóir nm accountant cúntóir nm3 assistant cupán nm cup cupard nm1 cupboard cúpla nm couple [of things], several, twins cur ar ceal vb to abolish cur i láthair nm1 presentation cúram nm care cúramach adj careful, cautious curfá nm chorus cúrsa n course, route cúrsaí nm affairs cuspóir nm3 objective, target cúthail adj shy

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dá bhrí sin therefore dada nm nothing daichead nm1 forty daid nm4 dad, father daideo nm4 grandad daidí dad, daddy Daidí na Nollag nm Santa Claus dáil nf3 assembly, circumstance, condition, convention, encounter, meeting, parliament; vb bestow, distribute, give out, serve dáilia nf4 dahlia daingean adj secure dainséar nm1 danger

dair nf oak dáiríre adj serious daite adj colored, coloured, dyed dall adj blind; vb blank; nm1 blind person dalta nm student [school] damanta adj confounded, damned damh nm1 ox damhán alla nm spider damhsa nm4 dance damhsoir nm3 dancer dán nm art, destiny, faculty, fate, poem dána adj audacious, bold, confident, daring, naughty Danar nm1 Dane dánlann nf art gallery, gallery Danmhairgis nf2 Danish (language) daoine nm4 people daonlathaí nm democrat daonlathas nm1 democracy daoraí to be furious (with somebody) dara adj second dáta nm date dath nm3 appearance, color, colour dathaigh vb colour, dye, paint dátheangach adj bilingual dathúil adj good-looking, handsome, pretty de prep from, of Dé Céadaoin Wednesday Dé Chéadaoin adv Wednesday Dé Domhnaigh Sunday de ghnáth nm as a general rule, usually Dé hAoine Friday Dé Luain nm1 on Monday Dé Máirt Tuesday de rogha air sin adv alternatively Dé Sathairn Saturday dea prep good deacair nf difficulty, distress, hardship deacracht nf difficulty, problem déagóir nm3 adolescent, teenager dealg nf2 thorn dealrachán nm1 clavicle, collarbone dealramh na gréine nm sunshine déan vb do déan bulaíocht ar vb bully déan greanntaíocht vb joke, tell a joke déan idirbheartaíocht vb negotiate déanta adj complete dear vb design dearadh nm design dearbhú nm declaration dearcán nm1 acorn Déardaoin Thursday dearfach adj positive dearg red deargiomaíocht nf3 cut-throat competition
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dearmad vb forget; nm lapse, mistake, oversight dearóil adj bleak, cold, needy, poor, wretched deartháir nm brother dearthóir nm3 designer deas adj nice, right [side] deasc nf2 desk; vb deposit, precipitate deatach nm smoke deataigh vb smoke déchéileachas nm1 bigamy deich ten deifir nf2 haste, hurry, rush deighil vb segregate, separate deilf nf2 dolphin deimhnigh vb check, verify déirc nf alms, charity Deireadh Fómhair nm1 October deireadh seachtaine n week-end deireanach adj final, last, ultimate deirfiúr nf sister deis nf chance, opportunity deisceabal nm disciple deisceart nm1 south deisigh vb fix [something broken] déistineach adj disgusting deoch nf drink deonaigh vb consent, grant deorach adj tearful deoraí nm4 exile dhoirt mé vb I spilled dhúisigh vb woke dia nm god Dia daoibh hello [at more than one person] Dia duit hello [at one person] diabhal nm1 devil diabhlaíocht nf devilment, mischief [naughtiness] diafram nm1 diaphragm diaidh after, bit by bit dialann nf2 dairy, journal dian adj hard, intense, intensive, severe, strong díbhinn nf dividend díbir vb deport, drive out, expel díchéillí adj senseless dide nf4 nipple [anatomy], teat [on bottle] dífhabhtaigh vb debug [computer] dífhostaíocht nf3 unemployment dífhostaithe adj unemployed difríocht nf3 difference, discrepancy difriúil adj different, various díghalraigh vb disinfect díghalrán nm1 disinfectant dil adj beloved, dear díle nf deluge, flood, torrent díleá nm4 digestion, dissolution dílis adj faithful, genuine, loyal

dílleachta nm orphan dílse nf4 allegiance, loyalty, pledge dílseacht nf allegiance, commitment, faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty dílseánach nm1 holder, proprietor dílsithe adj proprietary, vested dinnéar nm dinner díochlaonadh nm declension díog nf2 drain, trench díograis nf2 zeal díol vb sell; nm3 sale, selling díoltas nm reprisal, retribution, revenge, vengence dioltóir leabhar nm3 bookseller díomá nf disapointment, dismay díomách adj disappointed, sorry díon nm1 roof díorma nm4 band, troop díosc vb creak, grate, grind díospóireacht nf3 debate, discussion dírbheathaisnéis nf2 autobiography díreach nm straight dísle nm dice diúc nm1 duke diúltach adj negative; nm1 negative dleacht nf3 custom, dues, duty, fee, right (law), royalty (on books), toll dlí nm4 law, rule dlíodóir nm3 lawyer, solicitor do prep for dobhareach nm1 hippopotamus dobhriathar nm1 adverb dócha adj likely, probable dóchas nm hope dochrach adj harmful dochreidte adj incredible dochreidthe adj unbelievable dochtúir nm doctor doghrainn nf2 affliction, difficulty, distress doicheall nm1 inhospitality, reluctance, resentment doicheallach adj grudging, reluctant, unwelcoming dóigh nf2 condition, confidence, expectation, hope, manner, state, way doiléir adj ambiguous, dim, obscure, vague doiligh adj difficult, hard, tough doire nm oakwood doirteal nm1 kitchen sink dóite adj burned domhain nf2 deep; adj deep domhan nm1 earth, world domhanda adj global, terrestrial, worldly, worldwide donn nm1 brown doras nm door, doorway
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dorcha adj dark, murky, obscure, shadowy dorchadas nm darkness dord nm double bass [instrument], hum dordán nm1 buzz, hum dorn nm1 punch [fist] dorú nm fishing line dóthain nf enough dragan nm1 dragon draíocht nf3 charm, magic, romance, spell, witchcraft draíochtach adj enchanting, fascinating draíodóir nm3 magician, wizard dráma nm4 drama, play drámata adj dramatic drandal nm gum [anatomical] draoidín nm4 prawn, shrimp drár nm1 drawer dream nm3 group (of people), set, tribe dreancaid duine nf2 human flea dreap vb climb dreapadh nm climbing dréim nf2 conation dreoilín nm4 wren dreoilín teaspaigh nm4 grasshopper driseacha n brambles driseog nf2 briar driuch nm3 angry appearance, creepy feeling, fretfullness droch pref bad drochíde nf4 abuse, mistreatment drogall nm1 reluctance droichead nm1 bridge drong nf2 gang dronuilleog nf2 rectangle druid nf2 starling; vb close, shut druidte adj closed, shut druma nm4 drum drúthlann nf2 brothel duais nf2 prize dualgas nm1 duty, obligation duán nm kidney duanaireacht nf3 recitation dúbalta adj double dubh adj black, dark dúch nm ink dúchan nf blight dúchas nm1 heritage, instinct dufair nf2 jungle dúghorm adj dark blue, navy blue dúiche nf district, locality dúil nf desire duille nm leaf duilleog nf leaf duine nm4 human being, person duine uasal n sir dúisigh vb boot up, evoke, flush, start, wake up

(imperative) dul chun cinn n progress dul i bhfeidhm ar dhuine vb to impress a person dúlamán nm seaweed [a common type] dumhach nf sand dune dún vb close; nm fort dúnmharaigh vb murder dúnmharú nm murder dúnta adj closed durdáil vb coo dúshlán nm challenge dusma nm4 blur, haze dúthracht nf3 zeal

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é féin himself ea pron is each-chumhacht nf3 horsepower éacht nm accomplishment, achivement, feat eachtra nf4 adventure, affair, tale eachtrannach nm1 alien, foreigner; adj alien, foreign eacstais nf2 ecstasy éad nm3 envy, jealousy éadach nm1 cloth éadaingean adj insecure, irresolute, unstable éadan nm1 face, forehead éadmhar adj envious, jealous éadóchas nm1 despair eadra nm4 interval, morning milking-time, noon éadrom adj delicate [of tone], light [weight] éadromchroíoch adj light-hearted éag vb die éaganta adj giddy, silly éagaoin vb complain, lament, moan eagarthóir nm3 editor eagla fear eaglais nf church [building or organisation] eagna nf4 wisdom eagnaíocht nf3 learning, skill, wisdom éagóir nf3 injustice, wrongdoing éagórach adj unfair, unjust, wrong eagraíocht nf organization eagrán nm edition eagras nm body, organisation, organization éagsúil adj different, diverse, unlike éagsúlacht nf3 diversity, variety eala nf4 swan éalaigh vb abscond, elope, escape ealaín nf art ealaíona cruthaitheacha nf2 creative arts ealaíontóir nm artist eallach nm1 cattle éan nm bird
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Eanáir nm January éaneolaíocht nf3 ornithology éanlaith nf2 birds, fowl éanlann nf2 aviary éar vb deny, refuse earnáil nf area, category, part, sector earra nm good [product], ware earrach nm1 spring (season) eas nm waterfall easaontú nm disagreement éasc nm1 fault, flaw, palpitation, weak spot éasca adj easy eascra nm4 beaker easlán nm1 invalid, sick person; adj infirm, invalid, morbid, sick, unhealthy easpag nm1 bishop Eastóinis nf2 Estonian language Eastónach adj Estonian; nm1 Estonian éide scoile nf4 school uniform éifeacht nf effect, impact, significance éifeachtach adj effective, efficient éigean nm1 compulsion, necessity éigeandáil nf3 crisis, emergency éigh vb cry, scream éiginnte adj indecisive, indefinite, indistinct, obscure, unsure, vague éigríoch nf infinity éigríochta adj infinite eile adj other éileamh nm demand, plea eilifint nf2 elephant éiligh vb claim, demand Eilvéiseach nm1 Swiss (person); adj Swiss éinín n little bird éinstéiniam nm4 einsteinium Éire nf5 Ireland eireaball nm1 tail Éireannach nm1 Irishman; adj Irish [nationality] éirí nm4 erection, rising éirí na gréine nm4 sunrise éiric n2 revenge éirigh vb rise éirigh amach vb rebel éirim nf aptitude, gist, intellect eisceacht nf exception éisealach adj fastidious éist vb hear, listen éisteacht nf3 hearing eitigh vb reject eitil vb fly eitleán nm airplane, plane [aviation], shuttlecock eitleog nf2 kite eitlíocht nf3 aviation eochair nf5 key (on keyboard)

eolach adj aware, educated, informed, learned eolaí nm4 scientist, tutor eolaíocht nf3 science eolas nm information, knowledge eorna nf4 barley Eorpach adj European

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fabhcún nm1 falcon fad nm distance fada accent mark over vowel; adj long fadálach adj lingering, slow, tedious fadhb nf problem fadó adv a long time ago fág vb leave to set, stand faic nf nothing faiche nf field [sports], green [grassy plot], lawn [grass] fáidh nm4 prophet, sage, wise man faigh vb acquire, get, receive faigh bás vb die faighin nf2 vagina fáilí adj friendly, furtive, pleasant, stealthy fáilte nf welcome fáilteach adj hospitable, welcoming fáinleog nf2 swallow [bird] fáinne n ring fáinne gealltanais nm4 engagement ring faire nf4 watch (visual) faisean nm1 fashion faiseanta adj chic, popular, stylish faisnéis nf2 information faisnéisíocht nf3 informatics faiteach adj fearful, shy, timid faitíos nm1 fear, shyness fál nm1 hedge falla n wall [Munster dialect] fan vb stay, wait fána nf incline, slope fánach adj occasional, trivial, wandering fanacht nm waiting fánaí nm nomad faofa adj very poor faoi prep about, below, beneath, under faoi dheireadh adv finally faoileán nm1 seagull faoileoir nm3 glider faoiseamh nm1 relief, respite faoistin nf2 confession faolchú nm wolf faon adj limp fargán nm1 ledge farraige nf sea fás nm1 growth; vb grow fásach nm1 desert, overgrowth, wilderness
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fáscadh nm1 clasp, squeeze fáslach nm1 upstart fásra nm4 vegetation fásta adj adult fáth nm3 reason fathach nm1 giant feá nf4 beech feabhas nm improvement Feabhra nf Febuary feabhsaigh vb improve, recuperate feac vb bend féach vb look, see, watch feachtas nm campaign fead nf whistle [sound] feadaíl vb whistle feadh along, during feadhain nf3 band feadóg nf whistle feadóg stáin nf2 tin whiste feallmharú nm assassination feamainn nf2 seaweed fear nm man féar nm grass, hay fear airgid moneyed man fear céile nm husband fearg nf anger, exasperation, irritation, outrage feargach adj angry fearmón nm1 fermion feart nm3 grave, miracle, mound, prodigy, tumulus fearthainn nf rain féasóg nf2 beard féasta nm4 banquet, feast feic vb to see féidearthacht nf3 possibility feidhm nf function, purpose feidhmeannach nm officer, official féile nf feast [religious], festival, hospitality féileacán nm butterfly feileastram nm1 iris [plant] féilire nm4 calendar feilt nf2 felt féin nm ego [individual self], I, self; pron actual, even, own, particular, self féin- pref auto-, selfféinriail nf autonomy féinsmacht nf3 self-control feirm nf2 farm feirmeoir nm3 farmer Feisire nm4 member of parliament Feisire Eorpach nm4 Member of the European Parliament Feisire Pairliminte nm4 member of Parliament feisteas nm1 costume, dress, wardrobe feistigh vb arrange, dress, equip, fit, secure féith nf2 vein

feithealann nf2 waiting room féitheog nf2 muscle, sinew feitheoir nm3 supervisor feitheoireacht nf3 supervision feithid nf2 insect feithidicíd nf2 insecticide féithleog nf2 honeysuckle, vine féithuar adj chilly feochadán nm thistle feoigh vb decay, wither feoil nf3 flesh, meat feoilséantach adj vegetarian feoilséantóir nm3 vegetarian fia nm deer fiabhras nm1 fever fiabhras dearg nm1 scarlatina, scarlet fever fiacail nf2 tooth fiach nm1 chase, debt, duty, hunting; vb chase, hunt fiaclóir nm dentist fiafraí nm inquiry, question fiafraigh vb ask, inquire fiaile nf4 weed fiailí nm weeks fiáin adj lawless, wild fial adj hospitable fianán nm cookie [computers] fiarlán nm1 zigzag fiche twenty ficheall nf2 chess ficsean nm1 fiction fidil nf2 fiddle fige nf4 fig file nm4 poet filíocht nf3 poetry filleadh nm1 bend, crease, fold, pleat, return filleadh beag nm1 kilt fillteán nm folder fínéagar nm1 vinegar finiúin nf3 vine finné nm4 best man finscéal nm fable, legend fíon nm wine fíonchaor nf2 grape Fionlannach nm1 Finn; adj Finnish Fionlannais nf2 Finnish language fionn vb detect, discover; adj blond, blonde fionnadh nm fur fionnrua adj sandy fionnuar adj cool fiontar nm1 adventure, enterprise, risk, undertaking, venture fíor nf truth; adj true fíor- pref pure fios nm knowledge fiosrach adj curious, inquisitive
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fireann adj masculine fírinne nf4 truth firinscneach adj masculine [ling] fís nf2 vision físeán nm video [video film] fisic nf2 physics fisicí nm4 physicist fithis nf2 orbit fithisigh vb orbit fiúntach adj generous, respectable, worthwhile flaitheas nm1 kingdom flaithiúil adj generous, hospitable flaithiúlacht nf3 generosity, hospitality flichshneachta nm4 sleet fliuch adj wet fliúit nf2 flute flosc nm3 zest fobhríste nm4 underpants focal nm1 expression, word fochupán nm1 saucer foclóir nm3 dictionary foghlaí mara nm pirate foghlaim vb learn foghlaimeoir nm3 learner foghraíocht nf3 phonetics, pronunciation fógra nm advert, advertisement, announcement, notice, placcard, sign fógraí n advertisements, adverts, announcements foiche nf4 wasp foighne nf patience foighneach adj patient foirbhigh vb perfect foireann nf staff, team fóiréinsic nf2 forensics foirfe adj perfect foirgneamh nm1 building, collection of buildings, structure foirm nf form foirmiúil adj formal folaigh vb hide foláireamh nm1 command, notice, warning folamh empty folcadan nm1 bath folcadh n bath folláin adj fit, healthy, hearty, sound, wholesome [food] follas adj clear, evident, open folúsghlantóir nm3 vacuum cleaner fómhar nm1 autumn fonn nm enthusiasm, melody, tune, urge forainm nm4 pronoun foraois nf forest foraoiseacht nf3 forestry foraoiseolaíocht nf3 siviculture foras nm body, establishment, institute,

institution forás nm1 development, progress forásach adj progressive forbairt development forbartha adj developmental forc nm1 fork foréigean nm violence forfhocal nm1 byword forhalla nm4 foyer forleathan adj general, widespread formáid nf2 format forneart nm violence fós nevertheless, still, yet foscríbhinn nf appendix [law], caption [image] fosta also, as well, too fostaí nm employee fostaigh vb employ fostaíocht nf employment fostóir nm employer fotháirge nm by-product fotheideal nm1 subheading, subtitle fothoradh nm outcome, side effect, side-effect Fraincís nf2 French language francach nm rat Francach nm1 French person; adj French fraochán nm1 bilberry, blueberry, whortleberry freagair vb answer, correspond, reply freagairt nf3 response freagra nm answer, reply freagrach adj accountable, answerable, responsible freagracht nf3 accountability, responsibility freastail vb attend, serve freastal nm attendance freastalaí n waiter; server [computers] freasúra nm4 (parliamentary) opposition freisin also, besides, too frídín nm germ [micro-organism] friochta adj fried frith-dhíbhunaíochas nm1 antidisestablishmentarianism frog nm frog fuacht nm3 chill, cold fuadach nm hijacking fuadaigh vb abduct, hijack, kidnap fuaim nf noise, sound fuaimeolaíocht nf3 acoustics fuaimnigh vb pronounce fuaimniú nm articulation, pronunciation fuaite adj sewn, stitched fual nm1 urine fualán nm1 chamber pot, urinal fuar adj cold fuarchúis nf2 apathy, coolness, frigidity, indifference fuath nm3 hate, hatred, phantom, spectre
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fuil nf blood fuilteach adj bloody fuin vb knead fuineadh vb work [food] fuineadh gréine nm1 sunset fuinneamh nm1 energy, power, vigour fuinneog nf window fuinseog nf ash [tree] fuíoll nm1 residue, scrap, waste fulaing vb suffer fulaingt nf suffering furasta adj easy; adv easily

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gabh vb arrest, capture, come, go, take gabh leithscéal vb apologise, apologize gabha nm4 smith gabhal nm crotch, fork, junction gabhar nm goat gach adj each, every gach rud all, everything gach uile adj every gadaí nm4 thief gadhar nm1 dog Gaeilge nm Irish Language Gael n Irish person [heritage] gaelach adj Gaelic, Irish Gailísis nf Galician gáilleach nm1 gills Gaillimh n Galway gaimbín nm4 interest [commerce, banking] gainéad nm1 gannet gaineamh nm sand gáir nf2 cry, news, rumour, shout; vb laugh gairbhéal nm1 gravel gairdín nm4 garden gáire nm4 laugh, laughter gaireas nm1 gadget gairgeach adj abrupt, curt, terse gairid adj short gairleog nf2 garlic gairm nm occupation [job] gairmiúil adj professional gaiscíoch nm1 hero, warrior gála nm4 gale galar nm1 disease galareolaíocht nf3 pathology galf nm1 golf galfaire nm4 golfer gallchnó nm4 walnut gallúnach nf2 soap gamal nm1 fool gamhain nm3 calf gan prep without gan mhaith adj useless

Gána nm4 Ghana gaofar adj breezy, windy gaol nm relationship gaolmhar adj cognate, related gaolmhara adj related gaoth nf wind gar adj near garbh adj coarse, rough garda nm gaurd, police woman, policeman [member of An Garda Síochána], policewoman gariníon nf2 granddaughter garmhac nm1 grandson gasta adj clever, fast, quick, smart gasúr nm boy gé nf4 goose geadán nm1 bum, buttock, patch [of land], rump géag nf arm geal adj bright, light [colour], white gealach nf moon gealbhan nm1 sparrow geall nm1 bet, promise geallta adj engaged [to be married] geallta bád nm regatta gealltanas nm1 pledge, promise gealltanas pósta nm1 engagement gealt nf2 lunatic, madman, maniac gealtach adj lunatic geansaí nm4 jersey, jumper, sweater geansaí spóirt nm4 sports jersey geantraí nf4 lively music géar adj acute, sharp [knife], sour géaraigh vb sharpen gearán nm complaint, protest géarchéim nf2 crisis gearg nf2 quail Gearmáinis nf German language Gearmánach nm1 German; adj German gearr vb charge [fee], cut; prep short gearradh nm cut, deduction, removal (medicine), slit, snip, wound gearrscéal nm1 short story geata nm4 gate géibheann nm1 bond, fetter géill vb obey, submit geilleagar nm1 economy géim nm4 game [hunting] geimhreadh nm1 winter géin nf2 gene geiréiniam nm4 geranium geonaíl nf3 whimpering, whining giall nm1 hostage gin vb conceive [child], generate; nf embryo ginearálta adj general ginmhilleadh nm abortion gioblach adj ragged, unkempt giorraisc adj abrupt, sudden, unforeseen
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giorria nn4 hare giorrúchán nm1 abbreviation, contraction giota nm bit, part, piece giotár nm1 guitar giotár clasaiceach nm1 classical guitar giotár fuaimiúil nm1 acoustic guitar gircín nm4 gherkin glac vb accept, assume, receive glacadh nm acceptance, admission, reception [phone] glaidiólas nm1 gladiolus glan adj bright, clean, clear, well-made (person); adv completely; vb clean, cleanse, clear (obstacle), open (road, view) glantóir nm3 cleaner, cleanser, cleansing agent glao nm1 call, vocation glaoigh vb call for, cry out, shout glár nm1 (soft) mass, silt glas nm lock; adj green [colour of vegetation], grey glas smaragaide nm1 emerald green glasáil vb lock; nf3 locking glasán nm1 finch glasóg nf2 wagtail glasra nm4 vegetable, vegetation glé adj bright, clear gleacaíocht nf gymnastics gleann nm glen, valley gléas nm apparatus, device, dick [slang], gadget gléasta adj dressed gleo nm4 babble, noise gleoite adj gorgeous, lovely glic adj clever, sly gliondar nm euphoria, glee, joy gliúáil vb glue gloine nf4 drinking glass glóir nf2 glory, heaven glór nm1 sound, voice glóthach nf2 gel, jelly [cooking] glóthán nm1 jelly gluais vb flow, move; nf2 glossary, vocabulary gluaiseacht nf3 movement gluaisrothar nm1 motorbike, motorcycle gluaisteáin nm cars (plural) gluaisteán nm1 car glúin nf generation, knee gnách adj normal, ordinary, usual gné nf aspect, feature, form gnéas nm1 sex gnéasach adj sexual gníomh nm act, action, deed gníomhach adj active gníomhaire nm4 agent gníomhú nm action [process], activity [chemistry; biology] gnó nm4 affair, business, concern, dealings,

trading gnóiteán nm1 benefit, result gnóthach adj busy gnóthaigh vb earn, gain, get, obtain gnúis nf2 face, facial expression go prep to, until go beo adv vividly go deo adv forever go fóill adv yet go h-uathoibríoch adv automatically go híseal adv low go húrnua adv afresh go luath shortly, soon go mall adv slowly go minic adv often go raibh maith agat thank you [to one person] go tapa adv quickly go tintrí adv hotly go tobann suddenly gob nm beak, bill, spout, tip [of knife] goid vb steal; nf3 theft goilliúnach adj sensitive, touchy [person] goirín nm4 pimple, spot goiríneach adj spotty goirmín nm4 delicate person, pansy [botany] goirt adj bitter, salty gol nm1 crying, weeping gonc nm1 rebuff, snub gonta adj abrupt, hurt, hurtful (remark), pained, pithy, terse, wounded good day dia dhuit gor vb heat; nm1 hatch goradán nm1 incubator gorm adj blue gort nm1 field gorta nm4 famine, hunger gortach adj barren, hungry, mean gortaigh vb harm, hurt, injure gortaithe adj hurt, injured gortú nm injury grá nm4 love, sweetheart gradam nm prestige graifítí nm4 graffiti gráin nf disgust, distaste gráinneog nf2 hedgehog gram nm gram gramadach nf2 grammar grámhar adj affectionate, loving gránna adj disagreeable, ugly grásta n grace grástúil adj graceful gráta nm4 grate, hearth gread vb batter, beat (wings), bump, chatter (teeth), hammer [fig], pound, shove, smach, stamp (feet), swish, thump, wallop (tail), whisk (eggs)