Monday Night Irish Class, April 9, 2012

Irish Class, April 9, 2012

Rang Gaeilge, 9ú lá mí Aibreáin 2012

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Fadas: áéíóúÁÉÍÓÚ

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cócaireacht cooking
píosa piece m4i>
dóigh burn, sear, scorch v
dóigh way, manner, state, condition; hope, expectation f2
poll hole
uan lamb [young sheep]
uaineoil lamb [meat] f3
iarr ar … ask for …, request …
lionn melancholy
lionn dubh the blues
d’éiríodh used to rise, used to become p hab of éirigh
théadh used to go p hab of téigh
tanaí
go ceann, i gceann, faoi cheann with time for expressions in the future

Dúnmharú ar an Dart

Mapa DART

Zurich
óstán hotel
compórdach comfortable
an-chompórdach very comfortable note lenition
an-deas very nice not lenited because of dental d
turasóirí saibhre rich tourists
lánsásta happy “full happy”
taisceán safe n
las light v
iarr ask, request, demand, seek
luach value
céad hundred, first
sona happy
inti in her i
eagla fear
dúnadh closing
dáinséar danger
timpeall
cúinne corner m4
tamall while, spell m1
snámh swimming
linn pool
álainn beautiful
ceap shape, invent, think, intend
acu at them, they had ag
ag socrú settling
taitneamh liking, enjoyment, shine
fanacht stay, waiting
go deo forever
luí lying (down), state of rest m4
ciúin quiet
cúramach careful
go ceann tamaill for a while
end p. 27
cuntas account
éasca easy
lasmuigh outside
báite we
allas sweat
buartha troubled
ball organ [of body], part, member
crith tremble, shiver, quake m3
bog soft
Tóg go bog é relax
sceon terror
fág leave
suíochán seat
cuntas account
uimhrithe numbered
a fháil to get
end p. 28
mícheart wrong
fós still
neirbhíseach
sroich reach
lasmuigh outside
ag dul isteach dó as he was going in
seoladh direction, address
tugadh isteach taken into [?] tabhair “give”, “take”
beagnach almost
taisteal travel m1
teacht come
uaim on me, I must ó
pas pass, passage, passort m4
ionadh wonder, surprise m1
ar fad whole, complete
seicleabhair checkbooks
seic check (money) pl seiceanna
taistil travel v
deich ten
difriúil different
end p. 29
ag gach ceann acu
riachtanach necessary
fan wait v
eitilt flight f2
eitleán airplane m1

In weak plurals the genitive plural is the same as the nominative singular. In strong plurals the genitive plural is the same as nominative plural.

Weak

Singular Plural
Nominative banc “bank” m1 bainc
Genitive bainc banc
Strong

Singular Plural
Nominative bainisteoir “manager” m3 bainisteoira
Genitive bainisteoirí bainisteoirí

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