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                                                  ag foghlaim vb learning
A                                                 ag lorg vb looking for
                                                  ag rith vb running
a aithint vb to recognise                         ag súil le vb expecting
a dó nm two                                       ag tumadh vb diving
ab nm3 abbot                                      agall nf2 exclaimation, interjection
abair vb recite [prayer], say, suppose            agallamh nm1 interview
[mathematics]                                     aghaidh nf2 facade, face, front
abairt nf2 phrase, sentence                       agóid nf protest
ábalta vb able                                    aguisín nm appendix [document]
ábaltacht nf3 ability                             agus and
abhac nm dwarf                                    áibhéal exaggeration
abhaile adv home, homewards                       áibhéil nf2 exaggeration
abhainn nf river                                  Áibhirseoir nm3 Devil
ábhar nm subject, topic                           aibhléis nf2 electricity
abhatár nm4 avatar                                aibigh vb mature, ripen (of cheese)
abhlann nf2 host [religion]                       Aibreán nm1 April
acadamh nm1 academy                               aiceann nm accent
ach but                                           aicearra nm4 abridgement, short-cut
achainí nf petition                               aicíd nf disease
achar nm1 area (maths), distance, duration,       aicme nf4 class (of society), denomination
extent, period                                    (maths)
achoimre nf summary, synopsis                     aicmiú nm classification
achomharc nm1 appeal (legal); vb appeal (legal)   aidhm nf2 aim, goal
achrannach adj confrontational, quarrelsome       aidiacht nf3 adjective
aclaí adj agile                                   aiféala nm regret
aclaigh vb exercise, flex, limber                 áiféiseach adj absurd, ridiculous, senseless
acmhainn nf2 capacity, endurance, equipment,      aifir vb punish, rebuke
means, resources                                  aigéad nm1 acid
acmhainní nf2 capabilities, resources             aigéad líseirgeach dé-eitiolaimíde nm1
acra nm4 acre                                     diethylamide lysergic acid
adamh nm1 atom                                    aigéan nm ocean
adamhach adj atomic                               aigeantach adj gay, vivacious
ádh nm fortune, luck                              aill nf cliff
adhain vb ignite, inflame, kindle                 áilleacht nf beauty
adharc nf2 erection, horn                         ailléirge nf4 allergy
adhlaic vb to bury [after death]                  ailléirgeach adj allergic
adhmad nm timber, wood                            ailp nf2 gulp, large bite of food, large portion of
ádhúil adj fortunate, lucky                       something
admhaigh vb acknowledge, admit, confess           ailse nf3 cancer
admháil nf3 acknowledgement,                      ailtire nm architect
acknowledgment, receipt                           ailtireacht nf3 architecture
aduain adj apart, strange, unfamiliar             aimhleas nm3 damage
ae nm4 liver                                      aimhréidh nf2 entanglement
aer nm air                                        aimsigh vb find, hit
aerach adj gay                                    aimsir nf weather
aerfort nm airport                                aimsiú n discovery
aeríontóir nm3 air freshner                       aindiathaí nm4 atheist
aerlíne nf4 airline                               ainéimiméadar nm anemometer
aeróg nf2 aerial, antenna                         aingeal nm angel
Aetópach adj Ethiopian                            ainm nm name
áfach adv however                                 ainm cleite nm4 pen-name
ag prep at, by, with                              ainm sráide n street name
ag caoineadh vb crying                            ainmfhocal nm noun
ag dul vb going                                   ainmhí nm animal, creature
ag fanacht vb waiting                             ainmnigh vb assign, designate, identify, name,

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nominate                                          allasúil adj sweaty
ainneoin prep despite, in spite of                allmhairigh vb import
ainnis adj awful, miserable                       allta adj wild (animals)
aintéine nf4 antenna [biology]                    almóinn nf2 almond
aintín n aunt                                     alp vb devour, swallow
aipindic nf appendix [biology]                    Alpach adj Alpine
air prep on him                                   alt nm article, joint [biology], knuckle,
airde nf4 altitude, height                        paragraph
aire nf4 attention, minister                      altóir nf3 altar
aireagóir nm3 inventor                            altú nm grace (before meals)
áireamh nm count [enumeration]                    am nm time
áireamhán nm calculator                           amach adv aloud, forth, out; adj outward, sheer,
airgead nm money, silver [metal]                  utter
airgeadas nm1 finance                             amadán nm fool, idiot [man], sucker
airgeadra nm4 currency                            amaideach adj foolish, idiotic
aischothú nm feedback                             amaidí nf4 folly, nonsense
áiseanna nf facilities                            amárach n tomorrow; adv tomorrow
áisíneacht nf3 agency                             amas nm1 aim [of gun], attack, hit (web site),
aisíoc nm3 refund                                 shot [sport]
áisiúil adj convenient                            ambasáid nf2 embassy
aisling nf daydream, fantasy, vision              amh adj crude, raw
aiste nf4 essay                                   amhail prep like; like
aisteach adj odd, peculiar, strange, weird        amháin adj exclusively, only [one], solely
aistear nm journey, trek                          ámharach adj lucky
aisteoir nm3 actor                                amharc vb look, view; nm sight [vision], view,
aisteoireacht nf3 acting                          vision
aistrigh vb migrate, remove, shift, transfer,     amharclann nf2 theater
translate                                         amhlaidh adv so, the same, thus
aistriú nm shift, transfer                        amhrán nm1 song
aistriúchán nm1 translation                       amhránaí nm4 singer
ait adj comic, eccentric, odd, strange            amhras nm1 doubt, suspicion
áit nf2 place, position, room                     amhrasach adj debatable, dubious,
aiteann nm1 gorse                                 questionable, suspicious
aiteas nm1 fun, pleasure                          amú adv astray
aitheantas nm identification, recognition         amuigh adv outside
aithin vb distinguish, identify, recognize        an art the; pref very
Aithin nf2 Athens                                 An Afraic Theas nf2 South Africa
aithis nf2 disgrace, slur                         An Áis nf Asia
aithne nf4 awareness                              An Albáin nf2 Albania
aithris nf2 imitation, mimicry                    An Astráil nf2 Australia
áitiúil adj local                                 An Bhealarúis nf2 Belarus
ál nm1 brood (of animals), litter                 An Bheilg nf2 Belgium
alabhog adj lukewarm                              An Bhrasaíl nf2 Brazil
áladh nm1 grab, lunge, snap                       an Bhreatain Bheag nf2 Wales
álainn adj beautiful                              an Bhruiséil nf2 Brussels
Albain nf Scotland                                An Bhulgáir nf2 Bulgaria
albam nm1 album                                   An Cabhán nm1 Cavan
Albanach nm1 Scot, Scottish person; adj Scotch,   An Chéadaoin n Wednesday
Scots, Scottish                                   An Chipir nf2 Cyprus
alcaileach adj alkaline                           An Chróit nf2 Croatia
alcól nm1 alcohol                                 an Cúpla nm4 Gemini
alcólach nm1 alcoholic; adj alcoholic             An Danmhairg nf2 Denmark
alcólacht nf3 alcoholism                          An Déardaoin n Thursday
alfa-gha nm4 alpha ray                            an domhain nm Earh
allas nm1 perspiration, sweat                     an domhan nm the earth, the world
allasaigh vb sweat                                An Domhnach nm1 Sunday

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an duine nm4 human, human being, man,     An Tuirc nf2 Turkey
mankind                                   An Ungáir nf2 Hungary
An Eastóin nf2 Estonia                    anagram nm1 anagram
An Eilvéis nf2 Switzerland                anáil nf3 breath
An Eoraip nf3 Europe                      análaigh vb breathe
An Fhionlainn nf2 Finland                 anall adv hither
An Fhrainc nf2 France                     anallód adv in ancient times, long ago
an Gabhar nm1 Capricorn                   anam nm soul
An Ghailís n Galicia                      anamchara nm confessor, spiritual advisor
An Ghearmáin nf2 Germany                  anann nm1 pineapple
An Ghinéiv nf2 Geneva                     anás nm destitution, poverty
An Ghréig nf2 Greece                      Andóra nm Andorra
An Iaráic nf2 Iraq                        Andraiméide nf4 Andromeda
An Iaráin nf2 Iran                        andúil nf2 addiction, craving
An Iarmhí nf4 Westmeath                   andúileach nm addict
An India nf4 India                        anlann nm1 dressing, relish, sauce, trimmings
An Iodáil nf2 Italy                       anlann soighe nm1 soya sauce
An Iordáin nf2 Jordan                     ann prep in, there
An Iorua nf4 Norway                       annamh adj rare, seldom
An Íoslainn nf2 Iceland                   anocht tonight
An Ísiltír nf2 Holland, The Netherlands   anois adv now
An Laitvia nf4 Latvia                     anord nm1 chaos
an Leon nm1 Leo                           anraith nm4 broth, soup
An Liotuáin nf Lithuania                  ansa adj favourite
An Luan nm1 Monday                        anseo adv here
an Mhaighdean nf2 Virgo                   ansin adv then, there
An Mháirt n Tuesday                       ansmachtaí n slave driver
an Mheá nf4 Libra                         antasubstaint nf anti-substance, antibody
An Mholdóiv nf2 Moldova                   antraipeolaíocht nf3 anthropology
an mhórchuid pron most                    anuasal adj ignoble; nm1 ignoble, low-born
An Nua-Shéalainn nf2 New Zealand          person
An Ostair nf2 Austria                     anuraidh adv last year; adj last year's
An Phacastáin nf2 Pakistan                aoibh nf2 mood, smile, temper
an Pháil nf2 the Pale                     aoibh mhaith nf2 good humour
An Pholainn nf Poland                     aoibhinn adj glorious, very nice
An Phortaingéil nf2 Portugal              aoibhneas nm1 bliss, enjoyment
An Phrúis n Prussia                       aoire nm4 herdsman, shepherd
an Portán nm1 Cancer                      aois nf age, century
an Reithe nm4 Aries                       aolchloch nf2 limestone
an Róimh nf2 Rome                         aoluisce nm4 limewater
An Rómáin nf2 Romania                     aon nm1 ace, one, unit
An Rúis nf2 Russia                        aonach nm fair
an Saighdeoir nm3 Sagittarius             aonad nm1 unit
an saol mór nm1 everybody                 aonarach adj alone, one, single
An Satharn nm1 Saturday                   aonaracht nf3 singularity, solitude
an Scairp nf2 Scorpio                     aontacht nf unison, unity
An Spáinn nf2 Spain                       aontaigh vb agree
An tAontas Eorpach nm1 European Union     aontas nm1 union
an Tarbh nm1 Taurus                       aontú nm agreement
An tSeapáin nf2 Japan                     apaigí nm4 apogee
An tSeirbia nf Serbia                     ár pron our; nm1 havoc, slaughter
An tSín nf2 China                         ar prep on
An tSionainn nf2 River Shannon            ar a fhad adv lengthwise
An tSlóvaic nf Slovakia                   ar a laghad at least
An tSlóvéin nf2 Slovenia                  ar aghaidh adv next; prep forward
An tSualainn nf2 Sweden                   ar an taobh side order

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ar buile adj angry, crazy                        athaithne nf4 renewal (of acquaintance)
ar éigean adv barely, hardly                     athaontaigh vb reunite
ar fad altogether; adj fully, outright           athartha adj fatherly, paternal
ar feadh prep during, for, for the period of,    áthas nm1 happiness, joy
throughout                                       áthasach adj happy, jolly
ar meisce drunk                                  athbheochan nf3 renaissance, revival
árachas nm insurance                             athbheoigh vb resuscitate, revive
Araib Shádach nf2 Saudi Arabia                   athbhliain nf new year
araid nf2 bin [rubbish or coal], closet, press   athbhreithnithe adj revised
araíonacht nf3 disciplinary, restraint           athchóirigh vb refurbish
arán n bread                                     athfhilleadh nm reflex
arán sinséir nm1 gingerbread                     athlíon vb refill, replenish
árasán nm1 apartment, flat                       athnuachan nf refreshing, rejuvenation,
arbhar nm1 cereal, corn                          renewal
ard adj high, tall                               athnuaigh vb refresh, renew
ardaigh vb elevate, increase, raise              athrá nm4 repetition
ardbhrú nm4 high pressure                        athraigh vb change, reduce
ardleibhéal n high level [advanced exam]         athraithe adj changed, transformed
Ardteistiméireacht n Leaving Certificate         athrú nm alteration, change, conversion
ardteistméireacht nf3 leaving certificate        atmaisféar nm atmosphere
aréir adv last night
arís adv again                                   B
arm nm1 army
ársa adj ancient, old                            b'fhéidir maybe, perhaps
artaire nm4 artery                               bá nm4 inundation, sympathy
artola nf4 gasoline, petrol                      babhla nm4 bowl [eating]
as from, off, out                                babhta nm bout, round [sport]
as an nua adv afresh                             bábóg nf2 doll
asal nm ass, donkey                              babún nm1 baboon
asfalt nm1 asphalt                               bacach nm beggar, cripple; adj lame
aslonnaigh vb evacuate                           bácús nm1 bakery
aslonnú nm evacuation                            bád nm boat
asma nm4 asthma                                  badmantan nm1 badminton
aspairín nm4 aspirin                             bádóir nm3 boatman
aspal nm1 apostle                                bagair vb threaten
aspalóid nf2 absolution                          bagrach adj threatening
asphrionta nm4 print-out [computers]             bágún nm bacon
astitim nf2 (radioactive) fallout                báicéir nm3 baker
Astrálach nm1 Australian; adj Australian         baicle nf4 clique, group of people
astralaíocht nf3 astrology                       báigh vb drown, wreck
at nm1 swelling [medical]; vb swell              baile nm home
atáirg vb reproduce                              Baile Átha Cliath nf Dublin
atáirgeach adj reproductive                      baile fearainn nm townland
atáirgeadh nm reproduction                       baile mór n town
atarlaigh vb recur                               baileabhair [to make a] fool [of a person]
atarlú nm recurrence                             bailigh vb to collect, to gather
ateangaire nm4 interpreter                       bailíochtú nm validation
atéigh vb reheat, warm up                        bailiúchán nm collection, whip-around
áth nm3 ford                                     bain vb harvest, mow, reap
ath- pref former, old, re-, rejected, retired    bainbhín nm Piglet
ath-inúsáidte adj reusable                       baincéir nm3 banker
athaimsigh vb relocate                           baineann adj female
athair nm father                                 baineannach nm female [zoology]
athair baiste nm godfather                       bainis nf2 wedding
athair céile nm father-in-law                    bainise adj bridal
athair mór nm grandfather                        bainisteoir nm3 manager

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bainne n milk                                     básaigh vb die
bainniúil adj milky                               basal nm4 basil
bainseo nm4 banjo                                 basún nm1 bassoon
baint nf2 association, digging, relationship,     béabhar nm1 beaver
removal                                           beacán nm1 mushroom
baintreach nf2 widow, widowed parent              beach nf2 bee
báire nm4 contest, game of hurling, goal, match   beacht adj exact
bairille nm4 barrel                               beag adj little, minor, small
bairneach nm1 limpet                              beagán nm1 a little
báisín nm4 basin                                  beagnach adv almost, nearly
báisteach nf rain                                 béal nm brim, mouth, opening
baisteadh nm baptism                              Béal Feirste nm Belfast
báistiúil adj rainy                               bealach nm direction, way
baitín nm4 baton                                  bealach isteach nm access
baitsiléir nm3 bachelor                           béaldath nm3 lipstick
balbh adj dumb, mute                              béalmhír nf2 bit (tool)
ball nm1 member                                   béaloideas nm folklore
balla nm wall                                     Bealtaine nf4 May
ballnasc nm1 ligament                             bean n woman
ballóg nf2 ruin                                   bean chéile nf wife
ballóid nf2 ballot                                bean cleamhnais n matchmaker [woman]
ballstát nm1 member state                         bean rialta nf nun
balscóid nf2 blister, blotch, smudge              beann nf2 antler, horn, peak
bán adj blank, white                              beannacht nf benediction, blessing
banaltra nf4 nurse                                beannaigh vb bless, greet
banana nm4 banana                                 beannaithe adj blessed, holy, sacred
banbh nm piglet                                   beannú nm blessing, greeting
bánbhuí adj cream [colour]                        béar nm1 bear
banc nm bank                                      beár nm1 bar
banchliamhain nm4 daughter-in-law                 béar bán nm1 polar bear
banda adj feminine                                Béarla nm English [language]
bándearg adj pink                                 béarlachas nm1 Anglicism
bandia nf goddess                                 béarlagair nm jargon, slang [incomprehensible]
banlaoch nm1 heroine                              bearna nf gap
banna nm4 band [of musicians]                     bearr vb shave
banna práis nm4 brass band                        bearradh nm shave
banóstach nm1 hostess                             béasach adj polite
banphrionsa nm4 princess                          beatha nf life [duration of a person's life]
banríon nf queen                                  béic nf2 outcry, roar, scream, shout, yell; vb
bánú nm dawn; daybreak; brightening               roar, yell
baois nf2 vanity (futility)                       beidh vb will be
baolach adj dangerous, unsafe                     béile nm4 meal
baoth adj daft, silly                             Beilgeach nm1 Belgian; adj Belgian
baraiméadar nm1 barometer                         béilín amach nm4 take-away
barántúil adj authentic                           beilt nf2 belt
bard nm1 poet                                     béim nf blow, emphasis, stress
bardas nm1 corporation (of a town or city),       beir vb bear, bring, catch, give birth to, lay
council, municipality                             [egg], take, win
barra seacláid nm4 chocolate bar                  beir barróg ar vb hug
barraicín nm1 toe                                 Beirlín nf4 Berlin
barraíocht nf excess                              beith nf2 being, birch, entity
barróg nf2 embrace, hug, wrestling grip           beo adj live; nm4 life
barúil nf comment, feeling, idea, observation,    beoir nf beer
opinion                                           beola n lips
bás nm death                                      bheith nf existence
basadóir nm matchmaker                            bheith suite i to be located in

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bhí sé vb it was                              bogha báistí n rainbow
bhuel                                         boghdóireacht nf3 archery
bhur adj your                                 boglach nm1 thaw, wet weather
bí vb be                                      bogshodar nm1 jogging
bia nm food                                   boige nf4 softness
bia coisir adj kosher food                    boilgeog nf2 bubble
biachlár nm1 menu                             bóín Dé nf4 ladybird
bialann nf2 restaurant                        boladh nm smell
biatas nm1 beet, beetroot                     bolaigh vb smell
bídeach adj minute, tiny                      bolb nm1 caterpillar
bileog nf2 flyer, leaflet, page, sheet        bolcán nm1 volcano
bille nm4 bill                                bolcán beo nm1 active volcano
binid nf2 rennet                              bolcán marbh nm1 extinct volcano
binn nf2 cliff, gable; adj melodious, sweet   bolcán suanach nm1 dormant volcano
binse nm4 bench                               bolg nm1 abdomen, belly (of fish)
Bíobla nm4 Bible                              bolgán nm1 bubble, [lamp] bulb
biogóid nm4 bigot                             bollán nm1 block of stone, boulder
biongó nm4 bingo                              bollóg nf Loaf
biorach adj pointed, sharp                    bolta nm4 bolt
bioróir nm3 pencil sharpener                  bomaite minute [time]
biseach nm improvement, recovery              bómánta adj stupid
bitheolaíocht nf3 biology                     bonn nm basis, coin, medal, sole (of shoe or
bithiúnach nm scoundrel, villain              foot), tyre
bláithín nm4 little flower                    bonnachar nm1 basal area, ground
blaosc nf2 shell, skull                       bord nm table
blas nm accent, flavor, flavour, taste        bord iarnála nm1 ironing board
blasta adj savoury, tasty                     borróg nf2 bun, cake
bláth nm flower                               bos nf2 base, blade, fluke, palm of hand
bláthadóir nm3 florist                        bosán n scrotum [slang]; purse
bláthaigh vb flower                           bosca nm4 box
bleacht nm3 milk                              bosca bruscair nm4 rubbish bin
bleachtaire nm detective, private eye         bosca ceoil nm4 accordion
bléin nf2 groin                               bósón nm1 boson
bliain nf3 year                               both nf3 kiosk
bliantúil adj annual, yearly                  bothán nm1 cabin, hut, shed
bligh vb milk                                 bóthar nm road
bliosán nm1 artichoke                         bóthar iarainn nm1 railway
bloc nm1 block                                botún nm blunder, mistake
blúisléine nf4 blouse                         brabach nm1 gain, profit, spin-off
blús nm1 blouse                               brabhsáil vb browse [computers]; nf3 browsing
bó nf cow                                     brabhsálaí nm browser
bob nm4 hoax, trick                           brabhsálaí Gréasáin n Web browser
bobchat nm1 bobcat                            brabús nm1 profit
bocht adj poor; nm1 poor person               brach nm3 pus
bochtaineacht nf3 poverty                     bradán nm1 salmon
bochtanas nf3 poverty                         brádán nm1 drizzle
bod nm penis                                  braich nf2 malt; vb malt
bodach n bloke, guy                           bráillín n sheet
bodhar adj deaf                               bráisléad nm1 bracelet
bodhraigh vb deafen                           bráithreachas nm1 brotherhood
bodhrán nm1 bodhrán - Irish frame drum        braon nm drop
bodhránacht an lae nm dawn                    Brasaíleach nm1 Brazilian; adj Brazilian
bog vb move; adj soft                         brat nm1 blanket, broth, coat, cover, flag
bogásach adj smug                             (computers), layer (of paint), sheet
bogearraí n software                          bratach nf flag
bogha nm4 bow                                 brathadóir nm detector, informer

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bráthair nm brother [religious]                buaiteoir nm3 winner
breac nm1 fish, trout                          bualadh nm beat, hit
breacadh an lae nm1 dawn                       bualadh bos n applause
bréag nf lie [not the truth]                   buan adj constant, continual, fixed, permanent,
bréagán nm1 toy                                perpetual
bréan adj fetid, foul, rancid                  buatais nf2 boot [footwear]
breathnaigh vb consider, examine, observe      buí adj yellow; nm4 yellow
breathnú nm consideration, examination,        buicéad nm1 bucket
observation                                    buidéal nm bottle
breithlá nm birthday                           buidéal te nm1 hot-water bottle
Breithlá sona duit! Happy birthday!            builín nm4 loaf
breosla nm4 fuel                               buille nm beat, hit
brí nf4 meaning, sense, significance           buille an chroí heartbeat
briathar nm1 verb, word                        buime nf4 nanny, nurse
bríce nm4 brick                                buinneach nf2 diarrhoea
bríceadóir nm3 bricklayer                      buinneán nm1 bunion, sapling, shoot
bricfeasta nm breakfast                        buíocán nm1 primrose, yolk
brídeach nf2 bride                             buíoch adj appreciative, grateful
Brídíní n Brownies                             buíochas nm thanks
brionglóid nf dream, vision                    buirgléir nm3 burglar
briosca nm4 biscuit, cookie                    búistéir nm3 butcher
bríste nm4 trousers                            Bulgáiris nf2 Bulgarian language
briste adj broken                              bullaí nm bully
bríste géine nm4 jeans                         bultúr nm vulture
broc nm1 badger                                bumbóg nf2 bumblebee
brocailí nm4 broccoli                          bun nm base [mathematics and science], basis,
bród nm pride                                  bottom, foot [of slope], origin, original
bródúil adj proud                              bunachar nm1 base, foundation, origin
bróg nf2 shoe                                  bunachar téarmaíochta nm1 terminology
brógaí n shoes                                 database
broid vb goad, nudge, prod; nf2 captivity,     bunaigh vb establish
distress, misery                               buncar nm1 bunker
brón nm sorrow                                 bunchóip n original copy
brónach adj sad, unhappy                       bunchuarc nm1 bottom quark
bronnadh céime nm1 graduation (with degree)    bunreacht nm3 constitution
bronntanas nm gift, present                    bunscoil nf2 grade school, primary school
brostaigh vb hasten, urge                      buntús nm1 basics, rudiments
brothallach adj sultry                         bunús nm1 basis, most, origin
brú nm pressure, push                          bunúsach adj basic, fundamental
brú óige nm4 youth hostel                      bus nm4 bus
bruach nm bank [water], brink, raised ground
[Monaghan]                                     C
brúigh vb press, push
bruith vb boil                                 C.L.G. G.A.A.
brúitín nm4 mashed potatoes, pulp              cá pron how, what, where
bruitíneach nf2 measles                        cab nm4 mouth [pejorative], muzzle [of animal]
bruitíneach dhearg nf2 german measles,         cabáiste nm4 cabbage
rubella                                        cábán nm1 cabin
bruscar nm1 garbage, rubbish, trash            cabhail nf5 body, hull
bua nm ability [talent], victory               cabhair nf help
buachaill nm boy, boyfriend, lad               cabhalra nm4 bodywork
buaf nf2 toad                                  cabhlach nm1 fleet, navy
buaigh vb to win                               cabhrach adj helpful
buail vb hit                                   cabhraigh vb help
buail le vb meet with                          cábla nm4 cable
buairt nf3 sorrow, vexation                    cac n bad, crap, useless; dung, excrement, shit

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cac capaill horse dung (an insult)                 campáil vb camp
cáca nm cake                                       canablach nm1 cannibal; adj cannibal
cáca milis nm4 cake                                canadh nm singing
cách nm4 everybody, everyone                       canáil nf3 canal
cad what                                           canáraí nm4 canary
cadás nm1 cotton                                   canna nm can
Caerdydd nm4 Cardiff                               cannabas nm1 cannabis
caibidil nf2 chapter                               canta nm4 stave
caibinéad nm1 cabinet                              cantalach adj fractious, grumpy
caife nm café, coffee                              canúint nf3 dialect
caife gan chaiféin nm4 decaffeinated coffee        caoga fifty
caighdeán nm norm, standard                        caoi nf4 manner, way
cailc nf2 chalk                                    caoin vb cry, mourn
cailín nm girl, girlfriend, lass                   caoineadh nm lament, lamentation
cailín coimhdeachta nm4 bridesmaid                 caoineog nf smoothie
cáilíocht nf qualification                         caoinfhulaingt nf tolerance
cáiliúil adj famous                                caoireoil nf3 mutton
caill vb to lose                                   caol adj narrow, shrill (music), slender
cailleach nf hag, witch                            caolsráid nf2 alley
caillte adj lost                                   caomhnóir nm guardian
cáin nf fine, penalty, tax                         caonach nm moss
caint nf dialogue, speech, talk [with an           caora nf ewe, sheep
audience]                                          caorán nm1 bog, heath, moor
cainteach adj chatty, talkative                    capall nm1 horse
cairde n credit, respite                           cara nm friend
cairdeagan nm1 cardigan                            carachtar nm character
cairdeas nm amity, friendship                      carbón nm1 carbon
cairdín nm4 accordion                              Carghas nm1 Lent
cáirdiúil adj friendly                             carr nm1 car
cairéad nm1 carrot                                 carraig nf rock
cairéal nm1 quarry                                 carráiste nm4 carriage
cáiréas nm caries                                  carrchlós nm car park
cáiréiseach adj tactful                            cárta nm card
cáis nf cheese                                     cárta aitheantais nm4 identity card
Cáisc nf3 Easter, Passover                         cártaí nm4 cards
caisearbhán nm1 dandelion                          carthanach adj charitable, kind
caisleán nm castle                                 carthanacht nf3 charity, friendliness
caismirt nf2 commotion, conflict, disorder, fray   cartlann nf2 archives
caith vb spend, throw, toss, wear [clothes]        cartún nm1 cartoon
caitheamh nm (use) wear, consumption,              cás nm affair, case
spending, throw                                    cás peann luaidhe nm1 pencil case
cáithnín nm4 particle                              casacht nf3 cough
Caitliceach adj Catholic; nm1 Catholic             cásmhar adj thoughtful
cál nm1 cabbage                                    casóg nf jacket
calaois nf2 deceit, foul, fraud                    casta adj complicated, elaborate, knotty,
callán nm racket [noise]                           winding
callánach adj loud, noisy                          castán nm1 Spanish chestnut
calma adj brave, fine, splendid, strong            casúr nm hammer
calóg nf2 flake                                    cat n cat
calóg shneachta n snowflake                        catach adj curly-haired
calóga arbhair nf2 corn flakes                     cath nm3 battle
cam adj bent, crooked, dishonest, gay, wry         cathain when
cam an ime n buttercup                             cathair nf city
camán nm1 camomile, hurling stick                  cathaoir nf chair
camóg nf2 camogie stick, comma                     cathaoir rotha nf5 wheelchair
camógaíocht nf3 camogie                            cathaoirleach nm chairman

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cé nf pier, quay, wharf; pron who                 ceathrú nf5 quarter
ceacht nm3 exercise, lesson                       ceil vb conceal, disguise
cead nm clearance, permission, permit             céile nm4 mate
[document], sanction                              céilí nm social gathering involving traditional
céad nm century, hundred; adj first               dancing
céadchosach nm1 centipede                         ceiliúradh nm celebration
ceadúnaigh vb to license                          Ceilteach adj Celtic
ceadúnas nm license                               céim nf2 degree
cealgach adj deceitful, deceptive                 ceimic nf2 chemistry
ceallalós nm1 cellulose                           ceimiceach adj chemical
Ceanada nm4 Canada                                ceimiceoir nm3 chemist
Ceanadach nm1 Canadian; adj Canadian              céir nf5 wax
ceangail vb connect, join                         ceird nf2 craft, occupation, trade
ceangal nm1 attachment                            ceirmeacht nf3 ceramics
ceann nm head                                     céislín nm4 tonsil
ceann ar aghaidh adj headlong                     ceist nf2 question
céanna adj same, very                             ceistigh vb question
céannacht nf3 identity                            ceithre adj four [quantity of something]
ceannaí nm4 buyer                                 ceo nm4 fog
ceannaigh vb buy, purchase                        ceobhrán nm1 light drizzle, mist, misty rain
ceannairc nf2 conspiracy, coup d'etat, mutiny,    ceobhránach adj drizzly
rebellion                                         ceoch adj foggy
ceannairceach adj rebellious                      ceol music
ceannaire nm4 leader                              ceolchoirm nf concert
ceannaitheoir nm3 buyer                           ceoldráma nm4 opera
ceannas nm authority, dominance                   ceolsiamsa nm4 musical
ceanncheathrú nf headquarters                     ceoltóir nm3 musician, singer
ceannlíne nf4 headline                            cheana adv already
ceansa adj meek, tame                             choíche ever, never
ceant nm4 auction                                 chomh adv as [comparison]
ceantar nm area [geographical], district sector   chonaic vb saw
[of city], locality                               chun in order to, to
ceanúil adj fond                                  ciall nf meaning, sense
ceapach nf2 tillage plot                          ciallaigh vb explain, interpret, mean, signify
ceapachán nm appointment (job)                    cianrialtán nm remote control
ceapadóireacht nf3 composition                    ciap vb hound
ceapaire nm4 sandwich                             ciaróg nf beetle
ceapairí nm sandwiches                            Ciarraí nf4 Kerry
ceapann sé vb he thinks                           Ciarraíoch nm1 person from Kerry
cearc nf fowl, hen, poultry                       ciclipéid nf2 encyclopaedia
ceardaí nm craftsman                              cigire nm inspector
ceardchumann nm trade union                       ciliméadar nm1 kilometre
ceardlann nf craft shop, shop, workroom,          cill nf2 cell, churchyard
workshop                                          Cill Chainnigh Kilkenny
cearnóg nf2 square                                cillín nm4 cell
cearr adjf wrong                                  cime nm4 captive, inmate, prisoner
cearrbhach nm1 gambler                            cine nm4 race [peoples]
ceart adj correct, right                          cineál nm type, variety
ceárta nf4 hotbed [figurative]                    cineáltas nm kindness
ceartaigh vb accommodate, correct                 cinedhíothú nm genocide
ceartúchán nm correction                          ciniceas nm1 cynicism
céas vb hound                                     ciníochas nm1 racism
céasadh nm1 agony, crucifixion, torture           cinn vb decide, determine
ceathach adj showery                              cinneadh nm1 decision
ceathair n four [numeric]                         cinniúint nf chance [fate], destiny, fate, fortune
ceathrair nm1 cousin                              cinnte adj certain, definite, stingy

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cinntigh vb confirm                                   clogad nm1 helmet
cinsireacht nf3 censorship                            clogad rialaithe círéibe nm1 riot control
cíoch nf2 breast                                      helmet
cíochbheart nm1 bra                                   clogáil amach vb clock out
ciombal nm1 cymbal                                    clogáil isteach vb clock in
ciontach adj guilty                                   cloigeann n skull; head
ciontacht nf3 guilt                                   cloigeann ramhar nm1 hangover
cíor nf comb                                          cloígh vb conquer, defeat, subdue
ciorcal nm1 circle                                    clois vb to hear
ciorcalach circular                                   clóraform nm1 chloroform
cíos nm3 rent, rental, tribute (tax)                  clú nm4 fame, reputation
ciotach adj awkward, clumsy, left-handed              cluain nf meadow
ciotóg nf left-handed person                          Cluain Meala Clonmel
círéib nf2 riot, uproar                               cluaisín nm tab
ciseán nm1 basket                                     cluas nf ear
cispheil nf basketball                                clúdach nm cover
císte nm cake                                         clúdaigh vb cover
cistin nf kitchen                                     cluiche nm4 game, match
citeal nm1 kettle                                     cluiche táiplise n checkers, draughts
cith nm shower                                        clúidín nm4 nappy
ciúin adj quiet, silent                               cluimhreach nf2 feathers, plumage
ciúnas nm1 calm, hush, quiet, silence                 cluimhrigh vb pluck (feathers)
cladhaire nm4 coward, rogue, villain                  cluin vb hear
cláirseach nf harp                                    clúiteach adj famed, renowned
clamhán nm1 buzzard                                   clúmh nm1 coat [of animal], down [fur],
clampar nm1 commotion, disturbance, rumpus            feathers, hair [on body]
clann nf children, descendants, followers             clutharaigh vb comfortable, keep secret, make
claonadh nm bias, inclination                         warm, shelter
claonta adj biased, partial, prejudiced               cnádánach adj disagreeable
clár nm1 board, counter, flat surface, index, list,   cnáfairt nf2 bones, remains
table                                                 cnagaire nm4 woodpecker
clár bán nm1 white board                              cnagbheirigh vb parboil
clárú nm registration                                 cnaipe nm4 button, key [computers], know [of
clárúchán nm1 registering, registration               radio etc.]
clé adj left                                          cnámh nf2 bone
cleachtas nm1 practice                                cnámharlach nm1 skeleton
cleachtóir nm3 practitioner                           cnapánach adj gnarled, lumpy, rugged
cleamhnas nm1 marriage, match                         cneá nf4 sore, wound
cleas nm1 joke, prank, trick                          cneasaigh vb heal [wound]
cleasach adj cute [cunning], shifty, tricky           cneasta adj honest, kind
cléir nf2 band, clergy, company                       cniogaire nm4 knacker
cléireach nm clerk                                    cniotáil vb knit; nf3 knitting
cleithiúnach adj dependent                            cnó capaill nm4 horse chestnut
cleithiúnaí nm4 dependant                             cnó coill nm4 hazelnut
cleithiúnas nm1 dependence                            cnoc nm1 hill, mountain
cliamhain nm4 son-in-law                              cnocach adj hilly
clib nf2 tag [computers, argiculture]                 cnuasach nm1 accumulation, collection,
clibirt nf2 scrum, scrummage                          portfolio
cliceáil vb click                                     cnuasaigh vb collect, gather, store
cliobóg nf2 filly                                     Cóbanhávan nm2 Copenhagen
clis vb to breakdown, to fail                         cócaire nm4 cook
cliste adj brainy, intelligent, smart                 cócaireacht nf3 cooking
cloch nf2 stone                                       cócaireán nm1 cooker, stove
cloch chora nf2 stepping stone                        cócaireán leictreach nm1 electric cooker,
clódóir nm3 printer                                   stove
clog nm bell, clock                                   cóch nm1 squall

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cochall nm hood                                   coisíocht nf3 footwork, walk
cochán nm1 straw                                  cóisir nf party
cócó nm4 cocoa, coconut                           coiste nm4 board, committee, jury
cód nm1 code                                      coitianta adj colloquial, common, usual
cód poist nm1 zip code                            coitiantacht nf generality
codail vb sleep                                   coitinne general
codán nm1 fraction                                col nm col
codarsnacht nf contrast                           col ceathar nm1 cousin
codladh nm sleep                                  col ceathrar first cousin
codlatach adj sleepy                              col seisir n second cousin
cófra nm4 chest, cupboard, press, trunk           coláiste nm4 college
cogadh nm war                                     coláisteánach nm1 student (college)
cogadh cathartha nm1 civil war                    coll nm1 hazel
cogain vb chew                                    colm nm1 dove, scar
cógaiseoir nm3 pharmacist                         colmán nm1 dove
cógaisíocht adj pharmaceutical                    colpa nm4 calf (part of leg)
cogal nm corncockle                               colscaradh nm divorce
cogar nm1 whisper                                 colún nm1 column, pillar
cógaseolaí nm4 pharmacologist                     colún veirteabrach nm1 vertebral column
cógaseolaíocht nf3 pharmacology                   colúr nm1 pigeon
cógaslann nf2 pharmacy                            combhrón nm1 sympathy
coicís nm fortnight                               comhábhar nm ingredient
coileach nm1 cock, fowl, rooster                  comhad nm file [computer; paper]
coileán nm puppy                                  comhair vb count
coilíneacht nf3 colony                            comhaireamh nm count [enumeration]
cóilis nf2 cauliflower                            comhairle nf4 advice, council
coill nf2 forest, wood; vb castrate, geld, spay   comhairleoir nm counsellor, mentor
coimeád vb keep, retain                           comhairleoir croí chráite nm agony aunt
coimeádach adj conservative                       comhairleoireacht nf counselling
coimhdeach adj accompanying, ancillary,           comhairligh vb advise
assisting, attendant, auxiliary                   Comhaontas Glas n Green Party [political]
cóimheáchan nm1 counterbalance                    comharba nm4 successor
coimhéadaí nm4 observer                           comhardaigh vb balance, equalize
coimpeart nf3 conception, procreation             comharsa nf neighbor, neighbour
coincheap nm3 concept                             comharsanacht nf3 neighbourhood, vicinity
coincleach nf2 mildew                             comhartha nm4 emblem, sign, signal, symbol,
coincréit nf2 concrete                            token
coinín nm4 rabbit                                 comhbhá nf4 empathy
coinne nf4 appointment, engagement                comhbhailigh vb aggregate
coinneáil ort vb persevere                        comhchiallach nm1 synonym
coinneal nf2 candle                               comhchosach adj isosceles
coinnealbhá nm4 excommunication                   comhchuibheacht nf harmony
coinnigh vb hold, retain                          comhdaigh vb file [documents]
coinníoll nm condition                            comheagraí nm co-ordinator, coordinator [of
cóipleabhar nm copy book, copybook                subjects]
coir nf2 crime, fault, offence                    comhfhuaim nf2 assonance, consonance
cóir nf3 equity, justice                          comhghairdeas nm1 congratulations
coirce nm4 oats                                   comhionannas nm1 equality
coireanna cogaidh war crimes                      comhlach adj associate, valvular
coiriúlacht nf criminality                        comhlíon vb fulfil, fulfill
coirne nf4 cornea                                 comhluadar nm company [social]
coirnéal nm1 corner                               comhoibriú nm collaboration (including with
cois prep beside                                  enemy), cooperation
cois farraige on the sea-shore                    comhrá nm4 chat, chatting, conversation,
coiscéim nf step                                  dialogue
coiscín nm condom                                 comhroinn vb share

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comhthéacs nm context                              craiceann nm skin
comóir vb commemorate, convene, summon             cráifisc nf2 crayfish [freshwater]
comóradh nm anniversary [celebration]              cráigh vb hound
comóradh dhá chéad bliain bicentenary              cráin nf5 sow
comórtas nm1 competition, contest, tournament      cráitéar nm1 crater
compás nm1 compass                                 crann n tree
comrádaí nm4 comrade                               crann castán nm1 chestnut tree
cónaigh vb live (place)                            crann coill nm1 hazel tree
conas how                                          crann Nollag nm1 Christmas tree
cónasc nm1 conjunction [ling]                      crann úll nm1 apple-tree
cóngarach adj near                                 crannóg nf pulpit
conradh nm contract                                craobh nf bough, branch, stick
consairtín nm4 concertina                          craol vb broadcast
consan nm consonant                                creachadóireacht nf3 vandalism
conspóid nf2 argument, controversy, dispute        créacht nf3 wound
constaic nf obstacle; barrier                      créachtaigh vb wound
contae nm county                                   creathán bainne nm1 milk shake
Contae Dhoire n County Derry                       creid vb believe, guess, suppose
contúirteach adj dangerous                         creideamh nm belief [religion], faith [religion]
copar nm1 copper                                   críochnaigh vb accomplish, finish
cor nm1 eventuality, turn, twist                   críochnú nm end, finish, termination
córas nm system                                    crios nm belt, zone
córas na gréine n solar system                     Críost nm Christ
corcra adj purple                                  Críostaí adj Christian
corcscriú nm4 corkscrew                            criostal nm1 crystal
corda nm4 chord, cord, string                      crith talún nm3 earthquake
corn beaker, cup [sport], horn [music]             cró nm enclosure, hut
corn na flúirse nm1 cornucopia                     crobh nm1 paw
cornfhoiche nf4 hornet                             croch vb hang, lift, suspend
coróin nf5 crown                                   crochadh nm hang up, hanging, suspension
corónaigh vb crown                                 crochta adj hung
corp nm body                                       cróga adj brave, hardy
corr éisc nf2 heron                                crógacht nf3 bravery
corrabhuaiseach adj abashed, ill-at-ease           croí nm heart
corrach adj erratic, shifty, uneven, unreliable,   croith vb shake, sprinkle
unstable, wavy                                     croitheadh nm shock
corradh le adj more than                           cróm nm1 chrome
corruair adv occasionally                          crom vb bend, crouch, droop
corruimhir nf5 odd number                          cromán nm1 crank, hip
cos nf foot, leg                                   cronaigh vb miss
cosaint nf3 defence, protection                    crónghiúis nf2 redwood
cosán nm path                                      cros nf2 cross
cosán sráide n footpath, sidewalk                  crosfhocal nm1 crossword
cosanta adj guarded, protected                     crosóg mhara nf2 star fish
cosc nm1 ban, inhibition, prohibition              crú capaill nm4 horseshoe
coscair vb disintegrate, hack, mangle, shatter,    crua adj difficult, hard, solid; nm4 difficult
thaw                                               circumstances, hard state, hardness
cosnochta adj barefoot; adv barefoot               cruach nf steel
cósta nm4 coast                                    cruachan nf hardening, hardening off, set,
costas nm cost                                     setting
cosúil adj alike, similar                          cruálach adj cruel
cosúlacht nf3 appearance, similarity               cruan nm1 enamel
cóta nm coat                                       crúigh vb milk
cothrom adj equal, even                            cruinn adj accurate, exact, precise, round
craic n enjoyment, fun                             [shape], rounded
craiceáilte adj crazy, loony, zany                 cruinnigh vb collect, gather

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cruinniú nm meeting                                cumadóireacht ar an láthair nf3 improvisation
cruiscín nm4 jug                                   cumann nm association, club, society
cruithneacht nf3 wheat                             cumarsáideach adj communicative
cruth nm shape                                     cumas proficiency
cruthaigh vb create, prove                         cumasach adj capable, powerful
cruthaitheach adj creative                         cumasc nm compound
cruthanta adj unmitigated                          cumascóir nm3 blender
cú nm4 greyhound                                   cumha nm4 nostalgia
cuach nf2 cookie [computers], cuckoo               cumhacht nf authority, power, strength
cuaille nm4 pole, post, stake                      cúnamh nm1 aid, assistance, help
cuainín nm4 cove                                   cúng narrow
cuairt nf visit, visitation                        cuntar nm1 (shop) counter
cuairteoir nm3 visitor                             cuntas nm1 account, record
cuan nm bay                                        cuntasóir nm accountant
cuán mara nm1 sea-urchin                           cúntóir nm3 assistant
cuarán nm1 sandal                                  cupán nm cup
cuarc nm1 quark                                    cupard nm1 cupboard
cuardach nm search, seek                           cúpla nm couple [of things], several, twins
cuardaigh vb search, seek                          cur ar ceal vb to abolish
cuas nm1 cavity, sinus                             cur i láthair nm1 presentation
cúcamar nm1 cucumber                               cúram nm care
cuí nm direction, way                              cúramach adj careful, cautious
cuibheasach adj reasonably, so-so                  curfá nm chorus
cuid nf3 part, portion, section, share             cúrsa n course, route
cuidigh vb help                                    cúrsaí nm affairs
cuidiú nm assistance                               cuspóir nm3 objective, target
cúig five                                          cúthail adj shy
cuil nf bug, fly [insect]                          cúthaileacht nf3 shyness
cuil tí nf2 house fly
cuileog nf fly [insect]                            D
cuimhne nf memory
cuimhnigh vb bear in mind, recall, remember        dá bhrí sin therefore
cuimsitheach adj comprehensive, inclusive          dada nm nothing
cuir vb bury, lay, plant, put, send, sow           daichead nm1 forty
cuir i gcomparáid vb compare                       daid nm4 dad, father
cuir i gcomparáid le vb compare to                 daideo nm4 grandad
cuir in ord tosaíochta vb prioritise, prioritize   daidí dad, daddy
cuireadh nm1 invitation                            Daidí na Nollag nm Santa Claus
cúirséid nm1 zucchini                              dáil nf3 assembly, circumstance, condition,
cúirt nf2 court                                    convention, encounter, meeting, parliament; vb
cuirtín nm4 curtain, drape                         bestow, distribute, give out, serve
cúis nf2 reason                                    dáilia nf4 dahlia
cúisín nm4 cushion                                 daingean adj secure
cuisle nf4 pulse                                   dainséar nm1 danger
cuisneoir nm fridge                                dair nf oak
cúiteamh nm1 compensation, recompense;             dáiríre adj serious
restitution                                        daite adj colored, coloured, dyed
cúl nm back, behind                                dall adj blind; vb blank; nm1 blind person
culaith nf2 dress, suit                            dalta nm student [school]
cúlra nm4 background                               damanta adj confounded, damned
cúlráideach adj quiet, secluded, secret            damh nm1 ox
cúlsruth nm3 slip-stream                           damhán alla nm spider
cúlú nm recession                                  damhsa nm4 dance
cum vb compose, invent, make up                    damhsoir nm3 dancer
cuma nf appearance, condition                      dán nm art, destiny, faculty, fate, poem
cumadóir nm3 composer                              dána adj audacious, bold, confident, daring,

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

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faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty                     domhantarraingt nf gravity
dílseánach nm1 holder, proprietor                   donn nm1 brown
dílsithe adj proprietary, vested                    doras nm door, doorway
dinnéar nm dinner                                   dorcha adj dark, murky, obscure, shadowy
díochlaonadh nm declension                          dorchadas nm darkness
díog nf2 drain, trench                              dord nm double bass [instrument], hum
díograis nf2 zeal                                   dordán nm1 buzz, hum
díol vb sell; nm3 sale, selling                     dorn nm1 punch [fist]
díoltas nm reprisal, retribution, revenge,          dorú nm fishing line
vengence                                            dóthain nf enough
dioltóir leabhar nm3 bookseller                     draein nf5 drain
díomá nf disapointment, dismay                      dragan nm1 dragon
díomách adj disappointed, sorry                     draíocht nf3 charm, magic, romance, spell,
díon nm1 roof                                       witchcraft
diongbháilte adj determined, resolute               draíochtach adj enchanting, fascinating
díorma nm4 band, troop                              draíodóir nm3 magician, wizard
díosc vb creak, grate, grind                        dráma nm4 drama, play
díospóireacht nf3 debate, discussion                drámata adj dramatic
dírbheathaisnéis nf2 autobiography                  drandal nm gum [anatomical]
díreach nm straight                                 draoidín nm4 prawn, shrimp
dísle nm dice                                       drár nm1 drawer
diúc nm1 duke                                       dream nm3 group (of people), set, tribe
diúltach adj negative; nm1 negative                 dreancaid duine nf2 human flea
dleacht nf3 custom, dues, duty, fee, right (law),   dreap vb climb
royalty (on books), toll                            dreapadh nm climbing
dlí nm4 law, rule                                   dréim nf2 conation
dlíodóir nm3 lawyer, solicitor                      dreoilín nm4 wren
dlús nm1 compactness, density, intensity            dreoilín teaspaigh nm4 grasshopper
do prep for                                         driseacha n brambles
dobhareach nm1 hippopotamus                         driseog nf2 briar
dobhriathar nm1 adverb                              driuch nm3 angry appearance, creepy feeling,
dócha adj likely, probable                          fretfullness
dochar nm1 damage, harm                             droch pref bad
dóchas nm hope                                      drochíde nf4 abuse, mistreatment
dochrach adj harmful                                drogall nm1 reluctance
dochreidte adj incredible                           droichead nm1 bridge
dochreidthe adj unbelievable                        drong nf2 gang
dochtúir nm doctor                                  dronuilleog nf2 rectangle
doghrainn nf2 affliction, difficulty, distress      drugaí nm drugs
doicheall nm1 inhospitality, reluctance,            druid nf2 starling; vb close, shut
resentment                                          druidte adj closed, shut
doicheallach adj grudging, reluctant,               druma nm4 drum
unwelcoming                                         drúthlann nf2 brothel
doiciméadúchán nm1 documentation                    duais nf2 prize
dóideacaihéadrán nm1 dodecahedron                   dualgas nm1 duty, obligation
dóigh nf2 condition, confidence, expectation,       duán nm kidney
hope, manner, state, way                            duanaireacht nf3 recitation
doiléir adj ambiguous, dim, obscure, vague          dúbalta adj double
doiligh adj difficult, hard, tough                  dubh adj black, dark
doire nm oakwood                                    dúch nm ink
doirteal nm1 kitchen sink                           dúchan nf3 blackening, blight, crowd,
dóite adj burned                                    darkening, great number, throng
domhain nf2 deep; adj deep                          dúchas nm1 heritage, instinct
domhan nm1 earth, world                             dufair nf2 jungle
domhanda adj global, terrestrial, worldly,          dufal nm1 duffel
worldwide                                           dúghorm adj dark blue, navy blue

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dúiche nf district, locality                       eagna nf4 wisdom
dúil nf desire                                     eagnaíocht nf3 learning, skill, wisdom
duille nm leaf                                     éagobhsaí adj unstable
duilleog nf leaf                                   éagóir nf3 injustice, wrongdoing
duine nm4 human being, person                      éagórach adj unfair, unjust, wrong
duine uasal n sir                                  eagraíocht nf organization
dúisigh vb boot up, evoke, flush, start, wake up   eagrán nm edition
(imperative)                                       eagras nm body, organisation, organization
dul chun cinn n progress                           éagsúil adj different, diverse, unlike
dul i bhfeidhm ar dhuine vb to impress a           éagsúlacht nf3 diversity, variety
person                                             eala nf4 swan
dúlamán nm seaweed [a common type]                 éalaigh vb abscond, elope, escape
dumhach nf sand dune                               ealaín nf art
dún vb close; nm fort                              ealaíona cruthaitheacha nf2 creative arts
dúnmharaigh vb murder                              ealaíonta adj artistic, skilful, tricky
dúnmharú nm murder                                 ealaíontóir nm artist
dúnta adj closed                                   éalang nf2 defect, weak spot
durdáil vb coo                                     éalangach adj debilitated, defective, weak
dúshlán nm challenge                               eallach nm1 cattle
dusma nm4 blur, haze                               éamú nm4 emu
dúthracht nf3 zeal                                 éan nm bird
                                                   éanadán nm1 bird cage
E                                                  Eanáir nm January
                                                   éaneolaíocht nf3 ornithology
é féin himself                                     éanlaith nf2 birds, fowl
ea pron is                                         éanlann nf2 aviary
each nm1 horse                                     eantrópacht nf3 entropy
each-chumhacht nf3 horsepower                      éar vb deny, refuse
éacht nm accomplishment, achivement, feat          earnáil nf area, category, part, sector
eachtra nf4 adventure, affair, tale                earra nm good [product], ware
eachtrannach nm1 alien, foreigner; adj alien,      earrach nm1 spring (season)
foreign                                            eas nm waterfall
eacnamaíoch adj economic(al)                       easaontú nm disagreement
eacnamaíocht nf3 economy                           éasc nm1 fault, flaw, palpitation, weak spot
eacstais nf2 ecstasy                               éasca adj easy
éad nm3 envy, jealousy                             eascair vb shoot, spring, sprout
éadach nm1 cloth                                   eascann nf2 eel
éadach boird nm1 tablecloth                        eascra nm4 beaker
éadach soithí nm1 teatowel                         easlán nm1 invalid, sick person; adj infirm,
éadaingean adj insecure, irresolute, unstable      invalid, morbid, sick, unhealthy
éadálach adj acquisitive, profitable, rich         easpag nm1 bishop
éadan nm1 face, forehead                           Eastóinis nf2 Estonian language
éadmhar adj envious, jealous                       Eastónach adj Estonian; nm1 Estonian
éadóchas nm1 despair                               éiceolaíocht nf3 ecology
eadra nm4 interval, morning milking-time, noon     éide scoile nf4 school uniform
éadrom adj delicate [of tone], light [weight]      éifeacht nf effect, impact, significance
éadromaigh vb lighten                              éifeachtach adj effective, efficient
éadromchroíoch adj light-hearted                   éigean nm1 compulsion, necessity
éag vb die                                         éigeandáil nf3 crisis, emergency
éaganta adj giddy, silly                           éigh vb cry, scream
éagaoin vb complain, lament, moan                  éiginnte adj indecisive, indefinite, indistinct,
eagarthóir nm3 editor                              obscure, unsure, vague
eagla fear                                         éigríoch nf infinity
eaglach adj afraid, fearful, timid                 éigríochta adj infinite
eaglais nf church [building or organisation]       eile adj other
eaglaiseach nm1 churchman, clergyman               éileamh nm demand, plea

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eilifint nf2 elephant                                 fáilteoir nm3 greeter, receptionist
éiligh vb claim, demand                               fáinleog nf2 swallow [bird]
Eilvéiseach nm1 Swiss (person); adj Swiss             fáinne n ring
éinín n little bird                                   fáinne gealltanais nm4 engagement ring
éinstéiniam nm4 einsteinium                           faire nf4 watch (visual)
Éire nf5 Ireland                                      fairsingiú nm expansion (of the universe)
eireaball nm1 tail                                    fairtheoir nm3 look out, sentinel, sentry
Éireannach nm1 Irishman; adj Irish                    fáisc vb brace, extort, squeeze
[nationality]                                         faisean nm1 fashion
éirí nm4 erection, rising                             faiseanta adj chic, popular, stylish
éirí na gréine nm4 sunrise                            faisnéis nf2 information
éiric n2 revenge                                      faisnéisíocht nf3 informatics
éirigh vb rise                                        faiteach adj fearful, shy, timid
éirigh amach vb rebel                                 faitíos nm1 fear, shyness
éirim nf aptitude, gist, intellect                    fál nm1 hedge
eisceacht nf exception                                falla n wall [Munster dialect]
éisealach adj fastidious                              fan vb stay, wait
éist vb hear, listen                                  fána nf incline, slope
éisteacht nf3 hearing                                 fánach adj occasional, trivial, wandering
eitigh vb reject                                      fanacht nm waiting
eitil vb fly                                          fánaí nm nomad
eitleán nm airplane, plane [aviation],                faocha nf5 periwinkle
shuttlecock                                           faofa adj very poor
eitleog nf2 kite                                      faoi prep about, below, beneath, under
eitlíocht nf3 aviation                                faoi dheireadh adv finally
eochair nf5 key (on keyboard)                         faoileán nm1 seagull
eochairfhocal nm1 keyword                             faoileoir nm3 glider
eolach adj aware, educated, informed, learned         faoisc vb parboil, shell
eolaí nm4 scientist, tutor                            faoiseamh nm1 relief, respite
eolaíoch adj scientific                               faoistin nf2 confession
eolaíocht nf3 science                                 faolchú nm wolf
eolas nm information, knowledge                       faon adj limp
eorna nf4 barley                                      farantóir nm3 ferryman
Eorpach adj European                                  fardoras nm1 lintel (of door)
eotanáis nf2 euthanasia                               fargán nm1 ledge
                                                      farraige nf sea
F                                                     fás nm1 growth; vb grow
                                                      fásach nm1 desert, overgrowth, wilderness
fabhal nf2 fable                                      fásán nm1 void
fabhcún nm1 falcon                                    fáscadh nm1 clasp, squeeze
fad nm distance                                       fáslach nm1 upstart
fada accent mark over vowel; adj long                 fásra nm4 vegetation
fadálach adj lingering, slow, tedious                 fásta adj adult
fadhb nf problem                                      fáth nm3 reason
fadó adv a long time ago                              fathach nm1 giant
fág vb leave to set, stand                            fáthchiall nf2 allegory, figurative meaning
faic nf nothing                                       fáthscéal nm1 allegorical tale, parable
faiche nf field [sports], green [grassy plot], lawn   feá nf4 beech
[grass]                                               feabhas nm improvement
fáidh nm4 prophet, sage, wise man                     Feabhra nf Febuary
faigh vb acquire, get, receive                        feabhsaigh vb improve, recuperate
faigh bás vb die                                      feac vb bend
faighin nf2 vagina                                    féach vb look, see, watch
fáilí adj friendly, furtive, pleasant, stealthy       feachtas nm campaign
fáilte nf welcome                                     fead nf whistle [sound]
fáilteach adj hospitable, welcoming                   feadaíl vb whistle

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feadh along, during                                    feoigh vb decay, wither
feadhain nf3 band                                      feoil nf3 flesh, meat
feadóg nf whistle                                      feoilséantach adj vegetarian
feadóg stáin nf2 tin whiste                            feoilséantóir nm3 vegetarian
feall nm1 deceit, foul, treachery                      fia nm deer
feallmharú nm assassination                            fiabhras nm1 fever
feamainn nf2 seaweed                                   fiabhras dearg nm1 scarlatina, scarlet fever
fear nm man                                            fiacail nf2 tooth
féar nm grass, hay                                     fiach nm1 chase, debt, duty, hunting; vb chase,
fear airgid moneyed man                                hunt
fear céile nm husband                                  fiaclóir nm dentist
féarach nm1 grassland, pasture                         fiafraí nm inquiry, question
fearastúil adj furnished, well-equipped                fiafraigh vb ask, inquire
fearb nf2 weal, welt                                   fiaile nf4 weed
fearg nf anger, exasperation, irritation, outrage      fiailí nm weeks
feargach adj angry                                     fiáin adj lawless, wild
fearmón nm1 fermion                                    fial adj hospitable
feart nm3 grave, miracle, mound, prodigy,              fianán nm cookie [computers]
tumulus                                                fiarlán nm1 zigzag
fearthainn nf rain                                     fiche twenty
féasóg nf2 beard                                       ficheall nf2 chess
féasta nm4 banquet, feast                              ficsean nm1 fiction
feic vb to see                                         fidil nf2 fiddle
féidearthacht nf3 possibility                          fige nf4 fig
feidhm nf function, purpose                            file nm4 poet
feidhmeannach nm officer, official                     filíocht nf3 poetry
féile nf feast [religious], festival, hospitality      filleadh nm1 bend, crease, fold, pleat, return
féileacán nm butterfly                                 filleadh beag nm1 kilt
feileastram nm1 iris [plant]                           fillteán nm folder
féilire nm4 calendar                                   fínéagar nm1 vinegar
feilt nf2 felt                                         finiúin nf3 vine
féin nm ego [individual self], I, self; pron actual,   finné nm4 best man
even, own, particular, self                            finscéal nm fable, legend
féin- pref auto-, self-                                finscéalach adj fabled, legendary, romantic
féinmharú nm suicide                                   fíon nm wine
féinriail nf autonomy                                  fíonchaor nf2 grape
féinsmacht nf3 self-control                            Fionlannach nm1 Finn; adj Finnish
feirm nf2 farm                                         Fionlannais nf2 Finnish language
feirmeoir nm3 farmer                                   fionn vb detect, discover; adj blond, blonde;
feirmeoireacht nf3 farming                             nm1 cataract
Feisire nm4 member of parliament                       fionnadh nm fur
Feisire Eorpach nm4 Member of the European             fionnrua adj sandy
Parliament                                             fionnuar adj cool
Feisire Pairliminte nm4 member of Parliament           fiontar nm1 adventure, enterprise, risk,
feisteas nm1 costume, dress, wardrobe                  undertaking, venture
feistigh vb arrange, dress, equip, fit, secure         fíor nf truth; adj true
féith nf2 vein                                         fíor- pref pure
feithealann nf2 waiting room                           fíoras nm1 fact
féitheog nf2 muscle, sinew                             fios nm knowledge
feitheoir nm3 supervisor                               fiosrach adj curious, inquisitive
feitheoireacht nf3 supervision                         fireann adj masculine
feithid nf2 insect                                     fírinne nf4 truth
feithidicíd nf2 insecticide                            firinscneach adj masculine [ling]
féithleog nf2 honeysuckle, vine                        fís nf2 vision
féithuar adj chilly                                    físeán nm video [video film]
feochadán nm thistle                                   fisic nf2 physics

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fisicí nm4 physicist                             foraoiseacht nf3 forestry
fithis nf2 orbit                                 foraoiseolaíocht nf3 siviculture
fithisigh vb orbit                               foras nm body, establishment, institute,
fiúntach adj generous, respectable, worthwhile   institution
flaitheas nm1 kingdom                            forás nm1 development, progress
flaithiúil adj generous, hospitable              forásach adj progressive
flaithiúlacht nf3 generosity, hospitality        forbairt development
flannbhuí adj orange; nm4 orange (colour)        forbartha adj developmental
flichshneachta nm4 sleet                         forc nm1 fork
fliuch adj wet                                   foréigean nm violence
fliúit nf2 flute                                 forfhocal nm1 byword
flosc nm3 zest                                   forhalla nm4 foyer
fobhríste nm4 underpants                         forlár nm1 epicentre
focal nm1 expression, word                       forleathan adj general, widespread
fochupán nm1 saucer                              formáid nf2 format
foclóir nm3 dictionary                           forneart nm violence
fód nm1 sod                                      fós nevertheless, still, yet
fógair vb announce, declare                      foscadh nm1 screen, shelter
foghlaí mara nm pirate                           foscríbhinn nf appendix [law], caption [image]
foghlaim vb learn                                fosta also, as well, too
foghlaimeoir nm3 learner                         fostaí nm employee
foghraíocht nf3 phonetics, pronunciation         fostaigh vb employ
fógra nm advert, advertisement, announcement,    fostaíocht nf employment
notice, placcard, sign                           fostóir nm employer
fógraí n advertisements, adverts,                fotháirge nm by-product
announcements                                    fotheideal nm1 subheading, subtitle
fógraíocht nf3 advertising                       fothoradh nm outcome, side effect, side-effect
foiche nf4 wasp                                  fothrach nm1 ruin
foighne nf patience                              Fraincís nf2 French language
foighneach adj patient                           francach nm rat
foilsigh vb publish, reveal, uncover             Francach nm1 French person; adj French
foilsitheoir nm3 publisher                       fraoch nm1 heather
foinse nf4 origin, source                        fraochán nm1 bilberry, blueberry, whortleberry
foirbhigh vb perfect                             freagair vb answer, correspond, reply
foireann nf staff, team                          freagairt nf3 response
fóiréinsic nf2 forensics                         freagra nm answer, reply
foirfe adj perfect                               freagrach adj accountable, answerable,
foirgneamh nm1 building, collection of           responsible
buildings, structure                             freagracht nf3 accountability, responsibility
foirm nf form                                    freastail vb attend, serve
foirmiúil adj formal                             freastal nm attendance
folach adj hiding, latent                        freastalaí n waiter; server [computers]
folaigh vb hide                                  freasúra nm4 (parliamentary) opposition
foláireamh nm1 command, notice, warning          freisin also, besides, too
folamh empty                                     fríd nf2 bug
folcadan nm1 bath                                frídín nm germ [micro-organism]
folcadh n bath                                   friochta adj fried
folláin adj fit, healthy, hearty, sound,         friochtán nm1 frying pan
wholesome [food]                                 frith-dhíbhunaíochas nm1
follas adj clear, evident, open                  antidisestablishmentarianism
folúsghlantóir nm3 vacuum cleaner                frog nm frog
fómhar nm1 autumn                                fuacht nm3 chill, cold
fónamh nm1 servicing                             fuadach nm hijacking
fonn nm enthusiasm, melody, tune, urge           fuadaigh vb abduct, hijack, kidnap
forainm nm4 pronoun                              fuadar nm1 commotion, fuss
foraois nf forest                                fuáil nf3 sewing, stitching

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fuaim nf noise, sound                         gairleog nf2 garlic
fuaimeolaíocht nf3 acoustics                  gairm nm occupation [job]
fuaimnigh vb pronounce                        gairmiúil adj professional
fuaimniú nm articulation, pronunciation       gaiscíoch nm1 hero, warrior
fuaite adj sewn, stitched                     gal nf2 steam, vapour
fual nm1 urine                                gála nm4 gale
fualán nm1 chamber pot, urinal                galar nm1 disease
fuar adj cold                                 galareolaíocht nf3 pathology
fuarchúis nf2 apathy, coolness, frigidity,    galbhánaiméadar nm1 galvanometer
indifference                                  galf nm1 golf
fuath nm3 hate, hatred, phantom, spectre      galfaire nm4 golfer
fuil nf blood                                 gallchnó nm4 walnut
fuilchill nf2 blood cell                      gallúnach nf2 soap
fuilteach adj bloody                          gamal nm1 fool
fuin vb knead                                 gamhain nm3 calf
fuineadh vb work [food]                       gan prep without
fuineadh gréine nm1 sunset                    gan mhaith adj useless
fuinneamh nm1 energy, power, vigour           Gána nm4 Ghana
fuinneog nf window                            gaofar adj breezy, windy
fuinseog nf ash [tree]                        gaol nm relationship
fuíoll nm1 residue, scrap, waste              gaolmhar adj cognate, related
fulaing vb suffer                             gaolmhara adj related
fulaingt nf suffering                         gaoth nf wind
furasta adj easy; adv easily                  gar adj near
                                              garáiste nm4 garage, service station
G                                             garbh adj coarse, rough
                                              garda nm gaurd, police woman, policeman
gabh vb arrest, capture, come, go, take       [member of An Garda Síochána], policewoman
gabh leithscéal vb apologise, apologize       gariníon nf2 granddaughter
gabha nm4 smith                               garmhac nm1 grandson
gabhal nm crotch, fork, junction              gás nm1 gas
gabhar nm goat                                gasta adj clever, fast, quick, smart
gach adj each, every                          gasúr nm boy
gach rud all, everything                      gé nf4 goose
gach uile adj every                           geadán nm1 bum, buttock, patch [of land], rump
gadaí nm4 thief                               géag nf arm
gadhar nm1 dog                                geal adj bright, light [colour], white
Gaeilge nm Irish Language                     gealach nf moon
Gael n Irish person [heritage]                gealbhan nm1 sparrow
gaelach adj Gaelic, Irish                     geall nm1 bet, promise
gafa vb captivated, obsessed                  geallta adj engaged [to be married]
Gailísis nf Galician                          geallta bád nm regatta
gailít nf2 evaporite                          gealltanas nm1 pledge, promise
gáilleach nm1 gills                           gealltanas pósta nm1 engagement
Gaillimh n Galway                             gealt nf2 lunatic, madman, maniac
gaimbín nm4 interest [commerce, banking]      gealtach adj lunatic
gainéad nm1 gannet                            geamhar nm1 braird, springing corn or grass
gaineamh nm sand                              geansaí nm4 jersey, jumper, sweater
gaineamhlus nm3 sandwort                      geansaí spóirt nm4 sports jersey
gáir nf2 cry, news, rumour, shout; vb laugh   geantraí nf4 lively music
gairbhéal nm1 gravel                          geanúil adj lovable, loving
gairdín nm4 garden                            géar adj acute, keen, sharp [knife], sour
gáire nm4 laugh, laughter                     géaraigh vb sharpen
gaireas nm1 gadget                            gearán nm complaint, protest
gairgeach adj abrupt, curt, terse             gearbóg nf1 scab
gairid adj short                              géarchéim nf2 crisis

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géarchúis nf2 keenness                               gleacaíocht nf gymnastics
gearg nf2 quail                                      gleann nm glen, valley
Gearmáinis nf German language                        gléas nm apparatus, device, dick [slang], gadget
Gearmánach nm1 German; adj German                    gléasta adj dressed
gearr vb charge [fee], cut; prep short               gleic vb check; nf2 tackle
gearradh nm cut, deduction, removal                  gleo nm4 babble, noise
(medicine), slit, snip, wound                        gleoite adj gorgeous, lovely
gearrscéal nm1 short story                           glic adj clever, sly
geata nm4 gate                                       gliondar nm euphoria, glee, joy
géibheann nm1 bond, fetter                           gliúáil vb glue
géibheannach adj critical, distressing               gloine nf4 drinking glass
géill vb obey, submit                                glóir nf2 glory, heaven
geilleagar nm1 economy                               glór nm1 sound, voice
geilleagrach adj economic                            glóthach nf2 gel, jelly [cooking]
géim nm4 game [hunting]                              glóthán nm1 jelly
geimhleach adj captive; nm1 captive                  gluais vb flow, move; nf2 glossary, vocabulary
geimhreadh nm1 winter                                gluaiseacht nf3 movement
géin nf2 gene                                        gluaisrothar nm1 motorbike, motorcycle
geiréiniam nm4 geranium                              gluaisteáin nm cars (plural)
geit nf2 fright, start                               gluaisteán nm1 car
geonaíl nf3 whimpering, whining                      glúin nf generation, knee
giall nm1 hostage                                    gnách adj normal, ordinary, usual
gin vb conceive [child], generate; nf embryo         gné nf aspect, feature, form
ginearálta adj general                               gnéas nm1 sex
ginmhilleadh nm abortion                             gnéasach adj sexual
gioblach adj ragged, unkempt                         gníomh nm act, action, deed
Giobráltar nm4 Gibraltar                             gníomhach adj active
gíog nf2 pip                                         gníomhaíocht nf3 activity
giorraisc adj abrupt, sudden, unforeseen             gníomhaire nm4 agent
giorria nn4 hare                                     gníomhú nm action [process], activity
giorrúchán nm1 abbreviation, contraction             [chemistry; biology]
giota nm bit, part, piece                            gnó nm4 affair, business, concern, dealings,
giotár nm1 guitar                                    trading
giotár clasaiceach nm1 classical guitar              gnóiteán nm1 benefit, result
giotár fuaimiúil nm1 acoustic guitar                 gnóthach adj busy
gircín nm4 gherkin                                   gnóthaigh vb earn, gain, get, obtain
glac vb accept, assume, receive                      gnóthas nm1 business, enterprise, firm
glacadh nm acceptance, admission, reception          gnúis nf2 face, facial expression
[phone]                                              go prep to, until
glaidiólas nm1 gladiolus                             go beo adv vividly
glan adj bright, clean, clear, well-made (person);   go deo adv forever
adv completely; vb clean, cleanse, clear             go fóill adv yet
(obstacle), open (road, view)                        go h-uathoibríoch adv automatically
glantóir nm3 cleaner, cleanser, cleansing agent      go híseal adv low
glao nm1 call, vocation                              go húrnua adv afresh
glaoigh vb call for, cry out, shout                  go luath shortly, soon
glár nm1 (soft) mass, silt                           go mall adv slowly
glas nm lock; adj green [colour of vegetation],      go minic adv often
grey                                                 go raibh maith agat thank you [to one person]
glas smaragaide nm1 emerald green                    go tapa adv quickly
glasáil vb lock; nf3 locking                         go tintrí adv hotly
glasán nm1 finch                                     go tobann suddenly
Glaschú nm4 Glasgow                                  gob nm beak, bill, spout, tip [of knife]
glasóg nf2 wagtail                                   goid vb steal; nf3 theft
glasra nm4 vegetable, vegetation                     goilliúnach adj sensitive, touchy [person]
glé adj bright, clear                                goirín nm4 pimple, spot

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goiríneach adj spotty                               grúm nm1 groom
goirmín nm4 delicate person, pansy [botany]         grúmaeir nm3 groom
goirt adj bitter, salty                             grúpa nm group
gol nm1 crying, weeping                             guais nf2 hazard
gonc nm1 rebuff, snub                               gual nm coal
gonta adj abrupt, hurt, hurtful (remark), pained,   gualainn nf2 shoulder
pithy, terse, wounded                               guarantee nf ráthaíocht
good day dia dhuit                                  guí nf prayer
gor vb heat; nm1 hatch                              guigh vb pray
goradán nm1 incubator                               guine nf4 guinea fowl
gorm adj blue                                       guma nm4 gum
gort nm1 field                                      gúna nm4 dress, frock, gown
gorta nm4 famine, hunger                            gunna nm4 gun
gortach adj barren, hungry, mean                    gúta nm4 gout
gortaigh vb harm, hurt, injure                      guth nm3 voice
gortaithe adj hurt, injured                         guthán nm phone, telephone
gortú nm injury                                     guthán póca nm cell phone, mobile phone
grá nm4 love, sweetheart
gradam nm prestige                                  H
graifítí nm4 graffiti
gráin nf disgust, distaste                          haca nm4 hockey
gráinneog nf2 hedgehog                              haemaifiliach adj haemophiliac; nm1
gram nm gram                                        haemophiliac
gramadach nf2 grammar                               Háig nf2 The Hague
grámhar adj affectionate, loving                    haingear nm1 hangar
gránna adj disagreeable, ugly                       hairicín nm hurricane
grásta n grace                                      haiste nm4 hatch
grástúil adj graceful                               halla nm4 auditorium, hall
gráta nm4 grate, hearth                             hamstar nm1 hamster
gread vb batter, beat (wings), bump, chatter        hanla nm4 handle, handlebar
(teeth), hammer [fig], pound, shove, smach,         hart nm1 heart (cards)
stamp (feet), swish, thump, wallop (tail), whisk    hata nm4 hat
(eggs)                                              hearóin nf2 heroin
greamaigh vb fasten, grip, stick, tape              héileacaptar nm1 helicopter
greamán nm1 sticker                                 héiliam nm4 helium
greann nm1 humour                                   héilics nm4 helix
greannach nm1 irritant; adj irritant, irritating    hi-fi nm4 hi-fi
greannmhar adj funny                                hiatas nm1 hiatus, interruption
greanta adj beautiful (literature), graven,         hidrigin nf2 hydrogen
incised, lapidary, polished, shapely                hidrileictreach adj hydroelectric
gréasaí nm4 cobbler, shoe maker                     hiéana nm4 hyena
greim nm bite, grip                                 híleantóir nm3 highlander
gréine adj solar                                    hiodrálach adj hydraulic
gréithe nf tableware                                hiodrant nm1 hydrant
grian nf sun, sunshine                              hiodróideach nm1 hydroid
grianán nm1 conservatory, summer house              Hiondúch nm1 Hindu
grianfhuinneamh n solar energy                      hiopnóisigh vb hypnotize
grianmhar adj bright, cheerful, sunny               hipeartrófacht nf3 hypertrophy
grianstad nm solstice                               hipitéis nf2 hypothesis
grinneall nm1 bed, bottom [of a river, valley],     histéire nf4 hysteria
floor                                               histéireach adj hysterical
groí adj robust, sturdy, vigorous                   hómaighnéasach adj homosexual; nm1
gruagaire nm hairdresser                            homosexual
gruaig nf hair                                      hopa nm4 hop (botanic)
grúdaigh vb brew                                    hormón nm1 hormone
grúdlann nf2 brewery                                huscaí nm4 husky

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                                                    imní nf anxiety, worry
I                                                   imníoch adj anxious, nervous
                                                    imprisean nm1 impression [mental image]
í pron her                                          imreasc nm1 iris [eye]
i prep in                                           imreoir nm player
i do aonar alone                                    imscríobh vb circumscribe
i gceannas ar in charge of                          imscrúdaigh vb investigate
i gcónaí adv always                                 in aghaidh prep against
i mbaol prep in danger                              in aice láimhe prep close by
iad pron they                                       in-athnuaite adj renewable
Iarácach nm1 Iraqi, Iraquian; adj Iraqi, Iraquian   in-bhithmhillte adj biodegradable
Iaránach nm1 Iranian; adj Iranian                   ina dhiaidh sin adv afterwards
iarann nm1 iron                                     inadhainte adj flammable, inflammable
iarchéimí nm postgraduate                           inathnuaiteán nm1 renewable
iargúltacht nf3 remoteness                          inbhear nm estuary, firth
iarmhairt nf consequence, consequent, effect,       inbhuanaithe adj sustainable
impact, ramification, repercussion, spillover       inchinn nf2 brain
iarmhír nf2 extension, suffix                       Indiach nm1 Indian; adj Indian
iarnáil nf3 ironing; vb iron                        indiúscartha adj disposable
iarnóin nf3 afternoon                               ingearán nm1 helicopter
iarr vb request, seek                               inghlachta adj acceptable
iarracht nf effort                                  inimirce nf immigration
iarraidh nf attempt, demand, request                iníon nf daughter
iarratas nm1 query                                  Iníon nf Miss [person's title]
iarrthóir nm3 candidate                             inis nf2 island; vb relate, reveal, tell
iarsmalann nf2 museum                               iniúch vb audit
iarthar nm1 west                                    iniúchadh nm audit, inspection
iasacht nf3 loan                                    iniúchóir nm3 auditor
iasc nm1 fish; vb fish                              inlasta adj flammable, inflammable
iasc órga n goldfish                                inlíon nm1 intranet
iascaire nm4 fisherman                              inné adv yesterday; n yesterday
iascaireacht nf angling, fishing                    inneall nm1 engine, motor
idéalach adj ideal, perfect                         inneall níocháin nm1 washing machine
idir prep about, between                            innealtóir nm3 engineer
idirbhliain nf3 transition year                     inní nm4 bowels
idirchontae adj inter county                        inniu adv today
idirdhealú nm differentiation, discrimination,      inscríbhinn nf2 inscription
distinction                                         insint nf2 narrative
idirlíon nm internet                                insligh vb insulate
idirmheánach adj intermediate                       insliú nm insulation
idirnáisiúnta adj international                     instealladh nm injection
idirspléachas adj interdependence                   intinn nf2 intent, intention, mind
ídiú nm consumption                                 íobairt nf3 sacrifice
ifreann nm hell                                     íobartach nm1 victim
ilchríoch nf2 continent                             íoc nm3 charge, pay, payment, rate; vb pay
ildaite adj multicolored, multicoloured             íochtarach adj bottom, inferior, lower, northern
ilphósadh nm polygamy                               íoctha adj paid
im nm butter                                        Iodáilis nf2 Italian language
imeachtaí nm proceedings                            Iodálach nm1 Italian; adj Italian
imeall nm border, edge, fringe, margin,             íogair adj delicate, sensitive
outskirts [of city]                                 iógart nm1 yoghurt, yogurt
imigh vb depart, deviate, take off                  íol nm1 idol
imir vb play; nf overtone, shade, tint              iolar nm1 eagle
imir bulaíocht ar vb bully                          iolra nm4 plural [ling]
imirce nf migration                                 iomaí adj many
imirt nf play                                       iomáin nf3 hurling; vb hurl, play hurling

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iomáint nf3 hurling                                  is fearr best
iomaíocht nf3 competition, rivalery                  is lú adj smallest
iomaire nm4 furrow, ridge                            íseal adj low
iomarca nf4 excess                                   ísligh vb depress, lower
iomard nm1 affliction, hardship, reproach            ispín nm4 sausage
iomchuí adj appropriate, fitting                     istigh adj inside
íomhá nf4 image                                      istír adv ashore
iomlachtadh nm1 ferrying, passage, transport         ith vb to eat
iomlán adv absolutely; adj all, complete, overall,   Iúil nf4 July
thorough, total, utter, whole; nm1 all, total,       iúl nm1 attention, knowledge
whole                                                Iúpatar nm Jupiter
iomlaoid nf2 change, fluctuation, shift
iomlat nm1 mischievousness                           J
iomluaigh vb agitate, exercise, mention, move,
propose                                              jab nm job
iompair vb carry
iompar nm behaviour, transport
iomparán nm van                                      K
Iompróir an Uisce nm3 Aquarius
iompú thart nm U-turn
íon adj pure                                         L
ionad nm center [e.g. touristic centre], centre,
venue                                                lá nm day
ionad vótála nm1 polling-booth                       lá breithe birthday
ionadaí nm representative, substitue [person]        Lá breithe sona duit Happy birthday
ionadaigh vb replace, represent, substitute          Lá Fhéile Pádraig n Saint Patrick's Day
ionadh nm surprise, wonder                           Lá Fhéile Vailintín n Valentine's Day
ionann adj equal, identical, same                    lá vótála nm polling day
ioncam nm1 income                                    labhair vb speak
ionchur nm input                                     labhairt nf3 manner of speech
ionfhabhtú nm infection                              lacáiste nm4 allowance, discount, rebate
ionga nf5 fingernail, nail [anat.]                   lách adj affable, friendly
ionracas nm honesty, integrity, sincerity            lacha nf duck
ionsá nm4 insertion, intrusion                       láchan nf3 dawning
ionsaí nm attack, attempt                            lachín nf4 duckling
ionsaigh vb attack                                   lachna adj drab, dull grey, dun
ionsaitheach adj aggressive                          lacht nm3 milk, yield of milk
ionstraim nf2 instrument                             lachtach adj lactic, milky, tearful
iontach adj amazing, wonderful                       lachtadh nm lactation
iontas nm1 amazement, suprise                        lád nm1 watercourse
ionúin adj beloved, dear                             ládáil nf3 cargo, lading; vb lade
iora rua nm4 (red) squirrel                          ládanam nm1 laudanum
iora talún nm4 chipmunk                              ladar nm1 ladle
íoróin nf2 irony                                     ládasach adj obstinate, self-willed
Ioruach nm1 Norwegian; adj Norwegian                 ladhar nf2 claw, fistful, fork, interdigital, prong,
Ioruais nf2 Norweigan language                       toe
Ioruas nf2 Norwegian (language)                      ladhrach adj clawed, forked, pronged, toed
Íosa nm4 Jesus                                       ladrann nm1 robber
íoslach nm1 basement                                 ladúsach adj pert, silly, wheedling
Íoslainnis nf2 Icelandic language                    laethanta nm days
Íoslannach adj Icelandic; nm1 Icelander              laethanta saoire nm holidays, vacation
íoslódáil vb download                                laethúil adj daily
Iosrael nm4 Israel                                   laftán nm ledge [geology]
Iosraelach nm1 Israeli; adj Israeli                  lag adj weak
iris nf2 journal, magazine                           lagachar nm1 faintness, weakness
iriseoir nm journalist                               lagaigh vb weaken

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lágar nm1 lager                                    leacht níocháin nm3 washing-up liquid
laghairt nf2 lizard                                leachtaigh vb liquefy, liquidate
laghdaigh vb decrease, diminish                    léachtóir nm3 lecturer, reader (at University)
laibhe nf4 lava                                    leadóg nf tennis
Laidin nf2 Latin (language)                        leadóg faiche nf2 lawn tennis
láidir adj strong                                  leadránach adj boring
laige weaknesses                                   leag vb demolish, knock down, lay, lower
láir nf5 mare                                      leagan nm1 version
láirinciam nm4 lawrencium                          leáigh vb dissolve, melt, thaw
láithreach adj immediate, present                  léamh nm1 read, reading
Laitviach nm1 Latvian; adj Latvian                 leamhachán nm1 marsh-mallow, marshmallow
Laitvis nf2 Latvian (language)                     leamhán nm1 elm
lámh nf hand                                       leamhan nm1 moth
lámhainn nf2 glove                                 lean vb continue, extend [mathematics], follow
lámhleabhar nm1 handbook, manual                   léan nm1 anguish, sorrow, woe
lamhnán nm1 bladder, cyst                          lean ort vb continue
lámhscríbhinn nf2 manuscript                       léana nm4 lawn
lampa nm lamp                                      leanbaí adj childish, childlike, infantile
lán pref full                                      leanbaíocht nf3 childhood, childishness,
lánaimseartha adj full-time                        puerility
lánchosc nm1 embargo                               leanbh nm baby, child
lándeic nf2 flush deck                             léanmhar adj agonizing, distressed, grievous,
lándeimhneach adj certain about something,         sorrowful
positive                                           léann nm1 learning, scholarship, study
lánstad nm4 full stop, period                      leannán nm lover
lántaca nm4 full-back                              leantóir nm3 fan, follower, trailer
lánteas nm3 total heat                             leaptón nm1 lepton
lántosaí nm4 full-forward                          léaráid nf2 diagram
lánúnas nm1 sexual union                           léargas nm insight, sight, visibility
lao nm4 calf                                       léarscáil nf2 map
laoch nm hero, warrior                             leas nm3 benefit, fertiliser, fertilizer, good,
laofheoil nf3 veal                                 interest
lapa nm flipper, paw                               léas nm1 blister, glimmer, radiance, ray of light,
lapadaíl vb paddle [shallow water]                 weal
lár nm1 centre, floor, ground, middle              leas- pref by-, deputy, step-, vice-
lardrús nm1 larder                                 leasathair nm step father, stepfather
láreasna nf4 midrib                                leasmhac nm1 stepson
lárinchinn nf2 mid-brain, midbrain                 leasmháthair nf5 stepmother
lárnach adj central                                leathan adj broad, wide
las vb fire, ignite, light                         leathanach nm1 page
lasair nf5 blaze, flame                            leathar nm1 leather
lasán nm1 flame, flash, match                      leathchapall nm1 cob
lasc nf2 beat, flog, lash, switch, trounce, whip   leathnú vb Extending
lastóir nm lighter                                 leathscoite adj semi-detached
láthair nf location, site                          leathstad nm4 semicolon
láthair na coire nm3 crime scene                   leatrom nm1 bias, inequality, injustice,
le prep against, by, for, to, with                 oppression
le do thoil please                                 léibheann nm1 level space, plateau, platform,
leaba nf bed                                       terrace
leabhal nm1 libel                                  leiceann nm cheek
leabhar nm book                                    leicneach nf2 mumps
leabharlann nf2 library                            leictreachas nm1 electricity
leabharlannaí nm4 librarian                        leictreoir nm3 electrician
leabhragán nm book case, bookcase                  leictreon nm1 electron
leacan nm1 tile                                    leid nf2 tip [pointer]
léacht nf lecture                                  léigh vb read

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leigheas vb heal [health]; nm cure, healing,         líonánach nf2 spiked water-milfoil
medicine [medicinal], medicine [practice],           líonléitheoir nm web browser
remedy [law]                                         líonmhar adj complete, full, numerous
léim vb jump, jump up                                lionn nm3 humour [bad]
léine nf shirt, tunic                                lionn dubh nm depression, melancholy
leipreachán nm1 leprechaun                           líonrith nm4 panic
léirigh vb demonstrate, depict, explain, graph       lionsa nm4 lens
[mathematics], illustrate, make clear, show          liopa nm4 lip
léiriúchán nm illustration                           Liospóin nf4 Lisbon
léirmheas nm3 review                                 liosta nm4 list
léirsteanach adj insightful, perceptive              liostáil vb enlist, subscribe [computers]
léirthuiscint nf3 appreciation                       Liotuánach nm1 Lithuanian; adj Lithuanian
leis nf2 thigh; adv also, exposed, uncovered         líreacán nm1 lollipop
leisce nf4 reluctance                                liteartha adj literal, literary, literate
leisciúil adj lazy                                   litir nf letter
leispiach nm1 lesbian; adj lesbian                   litrigh vb spell
leite nf5 porridge                                   litríocht nf3 literature
leithead nm1 breadth, cloth (sailing), fly (of       liú nm yell
flag), gauge, width                                  liúigh vb yell
leitheadach adj broad, prevalent, proud, wide;       liúntas nm1 allowance
nm1 spoonbill                                        lobh vb decay, rot
léitheoir nm reader                                  lobhar nm1 leper, weak person
léitheoireacht nf3 reading                           lobhra nf4 leprosy
leithinis nf2 peninsula                              loch nm lake
leithleach adj distinct, selfish, separate, unique   lochán nm1 pond, small lake
leithreas nm1 lavatory, toilet                       lochlannach n viking
leithscéal nm apology                                lóchrann nm1 lamp, lantern, light
leitís nf2 lettuce                                   lofa adj decayed, rotten
leochaileach adj frail, tender                       logall nm1 socket
leon nm1 lion; vb wound                              logánta adj local
leor adj ample, sufficient                           loiceadh nm failure, refusal
leoraí nm4 lorry                                     loighic nf2 logic
liach anraith nf2 soup ladle                         lóis nf2 lotion
liamhás nm ham                                       loisc vb burn, scorch, sting
liath adj grey                                       lóiste nm4 lodge
liathán nm1 spleen                                   lóistín nm accomodation, lodging
liathróid nf ball                                    loit vb damage, hurt, injure, spoil
Liatroim nm3 Leitrim                                 lom adj bare, close, flat (denial), thin; adv flatly;
lig vb let                                           vb denude, lay bare, mow, shear
ligean nm1 leak, leakage, let (sport), play          lomaire faiche nm4 lawn mower
lile nf4 lily                                        lomán nm1 log, tree trunk
limistéar nm1 area, district, territory              lomnocht adj naked
líne nf4 line, row (line)                            lomra nm4 fleece
líníocht theicniúil technical drawing                lón nm1 food, lunch, provision, repast, supply
linn nf2 pond                                        lon dubh nm1 blackbird
linn snámha nf2 swimming pool                        long nf2 ship
linntreog nf2 pothole                                lonnú nm settlement, stay
lintile nf4 lentil                                   lonrach adj luminous, shiny
liobrálach adj liberal                               lonraigh vb shine
liobrálaí nm liberal                                 lorg vb seek
líofa adj fluent                                     loscann nm frog
liom prep with me                                    luaidhe nf lead [metal]
líomh vb file [make smooth]                          luaidreán nm1 gossip, rumour
líomhán nm file [tool]                               luaigh vb cite, mention
líomóid nf lemon                                     luaith nf3 ash, ashes
líon vb fill; nm flax, linen, net [fishing]          luaithreadán nm1 ashtray

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luamh nm1 yacht                            maignéisiam nm4 magnesium
luamhaire nm4 yachtsman                    máinlia nm4 surgeon
luamhaireacht nf3 yachting                 mainséar nm manger
Luan nm1 Monday                            maíomh vb to claim; nm assertion, boast,
luas nm1 pace, speed, velocity             statement
luascadh suas nm upswing                   mair vb to live [exist], to survive
luath adj early, fast, quick               mairg nf2 sorrow, woe
lúbra nm4 maze                             mairnéalach nm1 mariner, sailor, seaman
luch nf mouse                              Máirt n Tuesday
lúcháir nf delight, glee, joy              mairteoil nf3 beef
lucharachán nm1 elf, leprechaun, pigmy     maisitheoir nm3 decorator
luchóg nf mouse                            maisiúchán nm1 decoration
lucht nm4 group (of people); charge        maistíneacht vb bully
Lucsamburg nm4 Luxembourg                  maith vb forgive, waive; adj good
lúfar adj agile, athletic                  maitheamh nm1 abatement, forgiveness,
luí gréine nm4 sunset                      remission
luibh nf2 herb                             maithiúnas nm amnesty, forgiveness
lúide prep minus                           máithreachas nm1 maternity, motherhood
Luimneach n Limerick                       mála nm bag
luimneach nm1 limerick [poetry]            mala nf4 eyebrow
luisne nf4 glow, glow, lustre              mála láimhe nm4 handbag
lúithnire nm athlete                       mála scoile nm4 schoolbag
Lúnasa nm4 August                          maláire nf4 malaria
lus nm3 herb, plant                        malartán nm1 job center, job centre
lus an chromchinn nm3 daffodil             mall adj slow
lus mic rí nm3 basil                       mallaithe adj damned
lus mín nm3 dill                           mamaí n mam, mammy, mom
lus míonla nm3 forget-me-not               mamó grandma, granny
lus na gloine nm3 glasswort                manach nm monk
lus na gréine nm3 sunflower                mangaire nm4 chapman, hawker
lus na mbrat nm3 thyme (wild)              maoin nf2 property, wealth
lúthcleasaiocht nf3 athletics              maoineach adj wealthy
                                           maoinigh vb endow, finance, fund
M                                          maol adj bald, blunt
                                           maor nm supervisor
má if                                      maorlathach nm1 bureaucrat
mac nm son                                 mapa nm4 map
mac léinn n student [college]              mar because; prep as, for, like
mac tíre nm wolf                           maraigh vb kill
macalla nm echo                            marbh adj dead
macántacht nf honesty, sincerity, [moral   marbhlann nf2 morgue, mortuary
soundess] integrity                        marcach nm1 horseman, rider
madra nm4 dog                              marcaíocht n ride [fair; carnival]; horse riding
madra rua fox                              marfach adj deadly, fatal, lethal, mortal
madra uisce nm otter                       margadh nm1 bargain, deal, market, market
magadh nm1 derision, mockery, ridicule     place
magairle nm testicle                       margaíocht nf3 marketing
maide nm4 stick                            marla nm4 marl, modeling clay
maidin nf morning                          marmar nm1 marble
Maidrid nf4 Madrid                         marmat nm1 marmot
maígh vb boast, claim, envy, state         maróg nf2 pudding
Maigh Eo nf Mayo                           Mars nm Mars
maighdean nf2 maiden, virgin               mart nm1 bullock, cow [slaughtered]
maighdeanas nm1 virginity                  Márta nm March
maighdeanúil adj virgin                    marthanóir nm survivor
maighdeog nf2 pivot                        marú nm killing, slaughter

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más nm1 buttock, thigh                          meathlaigh vb decay, decline, deteriorate, fail,
masc nm1 mask                                   sicken
masla nm4 insult                                méathras nm fat [culinary]
maslaigh vb insult                              Meicsiceach nm1 Mexican; adj Mexican
mata nf2 maths                                  Meicsiceo nm4 Mexico
matamaitic nf2 mathematics, maths               méid nf2 magnitude, size, value
máthair nf mother                               meidhreach adj frisky, jolly, perky
máthair shúigh nf squid                         meilteoir caife nm3 coffee grinder
mathshlua nm horde                              méin nf2 bearing, disposition, mind
mé pron I, me                                   méiniúil adj friendly, well-disposed, [of land]
meá nf4 balance, measure, scales                fertile
meabhrach adj conscious                         meirbh adj close, languid, sultry, weak
meabhrán nm1 memo, memorandum                   meirdreachas nm1 harlotry, prostitution
meacan nm1 root crop, tuberous root             meirge nm4 banner, standard
meacan bán nm1 parsnip                          Meiriceá nm4 America
meacan biatais nm1 beetroot                     Meiriceánach adj American
meacan dearg nm1 carrot                         meirleachas nm1 banditry, outlawry, villainy
meáchan nm1 weight                              meirtne nf4 dejection, weakness, weariness
méadaigh vb enlarge, increase                   meisce nm4 drunkeness, inebriation,
meadaracht nf3 metre (poetry)                   intoxication
meadhg nm1 whey                                 meisceoir nm3 drunk, drunkard
méadú nm enlargement, increase                  meitéar nm1 meteor
meafar nm1 metaphor                             méith nf2 fat, fat meat, fertility, richness; adj fat,
meáin chruthaitheacha nm creative media         fertile, rich
meáin chumarsáide n communications media        méithe nf4 fatness, richness
méala nm4 grief, sorrow                         Meitheamh nm1 June
mealbhacán nm1 melon                            meitiolamfaitimín nm4 methamphetamine
mealbhacán uisce nm1 water melon                meon nm1 attitude, character, disposition, mind,
meall vb charm, coax, deceive, delude,          temperament
disappoint, entice, persuade; nm1 ball, lump,   mí nf month
protuberance                                    mí na meala nf honeymoon
mealltach adj sexy                              mí- pref bad, dis-, evil, ill, mis-, un-
meán nm1 average, medium, middle; pref          mí-ionraic adj dishonest
average, mean, medium, middle                   mian nf2 desire, wish
Meán Fómhair nm September                       miangas nm1 concupiscence, craving, desire
meán oíche nm midnight                          mianra nm4 mineral
meancóg nf2 blunder, mistake                    mias phióige nf2 pie dish
méanfach nf2 yawn                               miasniteoir nm3 dishwasher
meangadh nm smile                               Mícheál nm Michael
meánscoil nf2 secondary school                  mícheart adj incorrect, wrong
méar nf2 finger                                 micrea pref micro
méar coise nf2 toe                              micreascóp nm1 microscope
méara nm4 mayor                                 micreathonn nf2 microwave
mearbhall nm dizzness                           micreathonnach adj microwave
mearcair nm mercury                             mídhleathach adj illegal
Mearcair nm Mercury                             mífheilteachas nm1 malapropism
meargánta adj foolhardy, reckless               mífhoighne nf4 impatience
méaróg chuimhne nf2 memory stick                mífhoighneach adj impatient
meas vb assess, estimate, evaluate, guess; nm   mígheanasach adj indecent
respect                                         mil nf3 honey
measc vb mix up, stir                           míle thousand; nm mile
meascán nm1 compound, mix, mixture              míleata adj military
meata adj gastly, gone bad, sick, spineless     milis adj sweet
meatacht nf3 cowardice, decay, decline          míliú nm4 thousandth; adj thousandth
meath nm decay, decline, fade, rot              mill vb destroy, ruin, spoil
meathán nm1 sapling, splinter, sucker           milliún nm1 million

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millte adj destroyed, ruined, spoiled         múin vb teach
milseáin nm sweets                            muince nf4 necklace
milseán nm candy, sweet                       múineadh nm politeness
milseog nf dessert, sweet                     muinéal nm1 neck, neckline
minc nf2 mink                                 muinín nf2 confidence, dependence, trust
míneas nm1 minus                              muiníneach adj dependable, trustworthy
minic adv frequently, often; adj frequent     múinte adj polite, well-bred
míol mór nm whale                             muintearas nf1 belonging, friendship,
mionchúiseach adj meticulous, minor           relationship [religion], sense of belonging
mionghearrthóir nm3 shredder                  múinteoir nm teacher
mionlach nm1 minority                         muintir n extended family, folks
mionn nm3 crown, oath                         muir nf sea
mionsonra nm4 detail                          muireitleán nm1 seaplane
mionsonraigh vb detail, specify               muireolaíocht nf3 oceanography
miontóir nm3 meat grinder, mincer             muirín nm4 scallop
mionúr nm1 minor                              muirnigh vb cherish
míorúilt nf miracle                           muirnín nm4 beloved, darling, sweetheart
mioscaiseach adj malicious, mischievous,      muisiriún nm1 mushroom
spiteful, wicked                              mullach nm1 ridge, summit, top
míosúil adj monthly                           mún vb piss, urinate; nm1 piss, urine
miotal nm1 metal                              muna if [negative: if you don't]
miotas nm1 myth                               mura unless
miotaseolaíocht nf3 mythology                 murnán nm1 ankle
mír nf2 item, part, portion, share            murtall nm obesity
mire adj angry, mad                           músaem nm1 museum
mírialta adj irregular, unruly
mise nm I, me                                 N
míshlachtmhar adj untidy
misneach nm courage                           ná do not, don't
misniúil adj brave, cheerful, courageous      na art the [plural]
mithid adj convenient time, due time          Na Bahámaí n Bahamas
mná nf ladies, women                          na healaíona nf2 arts
mo adj my                                     na hÉisc nf Pisces
mo bhreithlá nm my birthday                   Na Scigirí n Faroe Islands
modartha adj overcast                         nádúr nm nature
móide prep plus                               naimhdeach adj hostile
moill nf2 delay, hindrance, stop              naimhdeas nm1 hostility
móin nf3 peat, turf                           naíonán nm1 infant
móinéar nm meadow                             naíonra nm nursery school, play school,
mol vb advocate [put forward], applaud,       pre-school
commend, praise, propose, recommend,          náire nf4 shame
recommend submit, suggest                     náireach adj shameful
moladh nm applause, commendation,             náisiún nm1 nation
compliment, compliment, praise, proposal,     náisiúnta adj national, nationwide
proposition, suggestion                       náisiúntacht nf3 nationality
moncaí nm monkey                              namhaid nm5 enemy
mór adj big, great, large, large-scale        naofa adj divine, hallowed, holy, sacred
móramh nm1 majority                           naofacht nf3 holiness, sanctity
mórán adj many, much                          naoi nine
mórmheas nm3 high esteem                      naomh nm1 saint
muc nf pig                                    Naomh Bhríde nf St. Brigit
múch vb extinguish (flame), muffle, quench,   naoscaire nm sniper
shut down, stifle, switch off; nf2 fume       naprún nm1 apron, roach (sailing), skirt
muiceoil nf3 pork                             nasc nm connection, link; vb connect, link, tie
muid pron we                                  nathair nf5 serpent, snake
muiléad nm1 millet                            nathair nimhe nf snake

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neach nm being                                       Nua-Eabhrac nm4 New York
neacht nf3 niece                                     Nua-Shéalannach nm1 New Zealander
neachtlann nf laundry                                nuachtán nm1 journal, newspaper
nead nf2 nest                                        nuair nf when
neamh nf heaven                                      nuálach adj innovative
neamhaí adj celestial, heavenly                      núicléach adj nuclear
neamhchiontach adj innocent, not guilty              núicléas nm1 nucleas
neamhchoinníollach adj unconditional
neamhchoitianta adj extraordinary, unusual           O
neamhdhleathach adj illegal
neamhní nm4 nothing, nought                          ó prep from, since
neamhréadúil adj unrealistic                         obair nf labour, work
neamhshiméadrach adj asymmetric,                     obair bhaile n homework
asymmetrical                                         óbó nm4 oboe
neamhshonrach adj indefinite [grammatical]           obrádlann nf2 operating theatre
neamhshuim nf2 disregard, indifference,              obráid nf2 (surgical) operation
unconcern                                            ócáid nf2 incident, occasion
neamhspleách adj independent                         ócáideach adj occasional, opportune
neamhspleáchas nm1 autonomy, independence            ócar nm1 ochre
neantóg nf2 common nettle                            ochlán nm1 cause of sorrow, groan, sigh
néaróg nf2 nerve                                     ocht eight
neart nm strength                                    ócht nf3 virginity
neas-suigh vb juxtapose                              ochtach nm1 octave
neascóid nf2 boil                                    ochtapas nm1 octopus
Neiptiún nm Neptune                                  ochtó eighty
neodrach adj neutral                                 ocrach nm1 hungry person; adj hungry
neodrón nm1 neutron                                  ocras nm1 hunger, starvation
nia nm4 nephew                                       ocsaídeach adj oxidizing
niachas nm1 chivalry                                 ocsaigin nf2 oxygen
nialas nm1 zero                                      óg adj young
nigh vb wash                                         ógánach nm1 adolescent, juvenile, youth
nimh nf2 poison                                      ogham nm1 ogham [script, inscription]
nimhigh vb poison                                    ógra nm young people, youths
nimhiúil adj poisonous                               oibreoir nm3 actor, operator
nimhneach adj painful, sore, spiteful, touchy        oibrí nm4 worker
[person}                                             oibrigh vb work
nimhniú morgach septic poisoning                     oíche nf4 evening, night, night time; adj nightly
níos lú adj less; adv less; pron less                oíche mhaith good night, goodnight
níos mó more than; adj more                          Oíche Shamhna Hallowe'en, Halloween
níos mó ná adj bigger                                óid nf2 ode
nirbheána nm4 nirvana                                oide nm4 teacher, tutor
nítrigin nf2 nitrogen                                oideachas nm education
nó or                                                oideas nm prescription, recipe
nócha ninety                                         oideasra nm software [uncommonly used
nocht adj bare, nude; vb disclose, expose, reveal,   translation]
strip, uncover                                       oidhreacht nf3 heritage, inheritance, legacy
nod giorrúcháin nm1 abbreviation                     oifig n office
nóiméad n minute [time]                              oifigiúil adj civil, official
nóin nf3 noon                                        óige nf4 childhood, youth
nóinín nm4 daisy                                     oigheann nm oven
Nollaig nf5 Christmas, December, Yule                oigheann micreathonnach nm1 microwave
Nollaig Shona Happy Christmas                        oven
nós nm custom, habit, trend                          oighear nm ice
nóta nm4 annotation, note                            oigreach adj glacial
nua adj new                                          oil educate, nurture, rear
nua-aimseartha adj modern                            Oileáin Fharó n Faroe Islands

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Oileáin Fhidsí n Fiji Islands                     othar nm1 patient
oileán nm1 island                                 otharcharr nm1 ambulance
oileánach nm islander, islandman; adj insular     otharlann nf2 hospital
Oilimpeach nm1 Olympian; adj Olympic
oilte adj qualified, trained                      P
oinniún nm1 onion
óinseach nf fool [woman], idot [woman]            pá nm4 pay, wages
oir vb fit, suit                                  pábháil nf3 pavement, paving; vb pave
óir because, for                                  paca nm4 pack
oireachtas nm large gathering                     pacáil nf3 packing; vb pack
oiread n amount, quantity                         paidir nf2 prayer
oiriúnach adj suitable                            paidrín nm4 rosary, rosary beads
oirthear nm east                                  páil nf2 paling, stakes
oisre nm4 oyster                                  pailéad nm1 palette
ól vb drink                                       pailin nf2 pollen
olann nf wool                                     pailis nf2 fortress, palace, palisade
olc adj bad, evil                                 pailliún nm1 pavilion
olcas nm1 badness                                 pailm nf2 palm
Ollainnis nf2 Dutch [language]                    pailnigh vb pollinate
ollamh nm1 professor                              paimfléad nm1 pamphlet
ollmhargadh nm supermarket                        paincréas nm1 pancreas
ollmhór adj huge, massive                         painéal gréine n solar panel
ollscoil nf2 university                           páipéar nm paper
ólta adj drunk                                    páipéar vótála n ballot paper
ómós nm respect                                   páirc nf field, park, pitch
onnmhairigh vb export                             Páirc an Chrócaigh Croke Park
Onóir nf honour                                   páirt nf2 role
onóir nf honor, honour                            páirtaimseartha adj part-time
onórach adj honorable, honourable                 paisean nm1 passion [strong emotion]
ór nm gold                                        paiseanta adj passionate
ór Muire nm1 marigold                             paiste nm patch [computers]
óráid nf2 address, oration, speech                pálás nm1 palace
orainn prep on us                                 pancóg nf2 pancake
oráiste n [fruit] orange; adj orange              pápa nm4 pope
Oráisteach nm1 Orangeman                          paráid nf2 parade
ord nm1 order, procedure, sequence,               paraisiút nm1 parachute
sledgehammer                                      Páras nm4 Paris
ordóg nf thumb                                    parthas nm1 paradise
órga adj golden [colour], golden [made of gold]   pasáiste nm passage, passageway
orgánach nm1 organism; adj organic                patrarc nm4 patriarch
orm prep on me                                    patrún nm1 patron, role model
órshúlach nm1 golden syrup                        patuaire nf4 apathy, tepidity
os comhair prep before, in front of, opposite     patuar adj apathetic, lukewarm
oscail vb open                                    péacán nm1 shoot, sprout
oscailt nf2 opening                               péacóg nf2 peacock, peafowl
oscailte adj open                                 peaindí nm4 mashed potatoes with milk and
osna nf4 sigh                                     butter, tin mug
osnaigh vb sigh                                   peann nm pen [writing]
ospidéal nm1 hospital                             peann luaidhe n pencil
Osréalach adj surreal                             pearóid nf2 parrot
óstach nm1 host, hostess                          pearsa nf character, figure, person
óstán nm1 hotel                                   pearsanta adj personal
Ostarach nm1 Austrian; adj Austrian               peata nm pet
osteilgeoir n overhead projector                  peil nf2 football
óstlann nf2 hotel                                 peil gaelach nm gaelic football
ostrais nf2 ostrich                               peil Meiriceánach nf2 American football

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peilbheas nm1 pelvis                              pléascánta adj breezy, exuberant
péinteáil vb paint; nf3 painting                  pleidhce nm4 fool, simpleton
péintéir nm3 painter                              pluais nf cave
peirsil nf2 parsley                               plucach adj chubby
péist nf2 monster, reptile, worm                  plúch vb jam, muffle, suffocate, wreck
peiteal nm1 petal                                 pluid nf2 blanket
peitreal nm1 petrol                               pluiméir nm3 plumber
peitriliam nm4 petroleum                          plúirín sneachta nm snowdrop
péitseog nf2 peach                                pluma nm4 plum
pian nf pain                                      plúr nm1 flour
pianó nm4 piano                                   plus nm4 plus
piardóg nf2 crayfish [saltwater]                  plútóiniam nm4 plutonium
piasún nm1 pheasant                               Plútón nm Pluto
píb uilleann nf2 uilleann pipes, union pipes      pobal nm1 community, population, public
píceáil nf3 peek purchase                         pobalbhreith nf2 plebiscite, poll, survey
pictiúr nm1 picture                               poblacht nf republic
pictiúrlann nf cinema                             Poblacht na hÉireann Republic of Ireland
piléar nm1 bullet                                 Poblachtánaigh n Republicans
piliúr nm1 pillow                                 póca nm4 pocket
pingin nf2 penny                                  pócar nm1 poker
pinsean nm1 pension                               póg vb kiss; nf2 kiss
pinsinéir nm3 pensioner, senior citizen           poipín nm4 poppy
píobaire nm4 piper                                póit nf2 drunkeness, hangover
píobán nm1 hose                                   Pol Theas nm South Pole
píobán copair nm1 copper pipe                     Pol Thuaidh nm North Pole
píobán gairdín n1 garden hose                     polach adj polar
piobar nm1 pepper                                 Polainnis nf2 Polish language
pioc vb pluck                                     polaistiréin nf2 polystyrene
piongain nf2 penguin                              polaiteoir nm3 politician
pionna nm4 peg, pin                               polaitíocht nf3 politics
pionós nm1 penalty, punishment                    polaitiúil adj political
pionsúirín nm4 tweezers                           Polannach nm1 Pole; adj Polish
pionta nm4 pint                                   poll vb pierce; nm hole
píopa nm4 pipe, pipeline                          pónaí nm4 pony, ponytail
piorra nm4 pear                                   pónaire nf4 bean
píosa nm4 bit, coin, length, piece, section       ponc nm1 dot, point
píotsa nm Pizza                                   Poncánach adj Yank, Yankee; nm1 Yank,
pis nf2 pea                                       Yankee
pis thalún nf2 peanut                             popcheol nm1 pop music
piscín nm kitten                                  pór nm1 breed, seed, strain
piseán nm1 pea                                    póraigh vb breed
piseánach nm1 lentil                              port nm1 centre, harbour, haven, jig,
piseog nf superstition                            landing-place, mound, river-bank, seat,
piteog nf camp, effeminate man, homosexual        strong-hold, tune
man [slang], pansy, queer, sissy                  Port Láirge Waterford
pitseámaí nm4 pyjamas                             Portaingéalach nm1 Portuguese; adj
plaisteach nm1 plastic                            Portuguese
plait nf2 scalp                                   Portaingéilis nf2 Portuguese language
plámás nm flattery                                portán nm1 crab
pláta te nm4 hotplate [on cooker]                 pós vb marry
plean nm plan                                     pósadh nm marriage, matrimony, wedding
pléasc vb explode, shoot; nf2 blast, explosion,   post nm job, mail, post
shot                                              pósta adj married
pléascach adj explosive                           postáil vb mail, post
pléascadh nm blasting, explosion, shooting        postas nm1 postage
pléascán nm1 explosive                            pota nm4 pot

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pota caife nm4 coffee-pot                        rachmas nm1 wealth
potaire nm4 potter                               rachmasach adj wealthy
prae nf4 acquisition, prey                       racht nm3 a fit of anger, anger, passion,
praghas nm1 price                                violence
práinn nf emergency, urgency                     radaíocht nf3 radiation
práinneach adj imperative, pressing, urgent      radaíocht ultraibhialait nf3 ultraviolet
praiséidimiam nm4 praseodymium                   radiation
pram nm4 pram                                    radaitheoir nm3 radiator
prás nm1 brass                                   radathonn nf2 radio wave
práta n potato                                   radharc nm1 scene, sight, view, vision
preab vb bounce; nf2 bounce, twitch              radharceolaí nm4 optician
préachán nm1 crow                                rafar adj prosperous, thriving
préachta adj freezing, perished                  ráfla nm4 rumour
Preispitéireach adj Presbyterian; nm1            raic nf2 driftwood, racket, ruction, uproar,
Presbyterian                                     wreck, wreckage
printíseach nm1 apprentice                       raidis nf2 radish
príobháideach adj private                        raidis fhiáin nf2 horseradish
príomhchathair nf5 capital city                  rainse nm4 ranch
príomhchócaire nm chef                           ráiteas nm1 comment, statement
príomhoide nm4 headmaster, principal teacher     ramhar adj fat, plump, thick
príomhthéama n main theme                        rampa nm4 ramp
prionsa nm4 prince                               Rang nm class
priontáil nf3 printing; vb print, print off      rang teagaisc nm3 tutorial
príosún nm1 jail, prison                         rangú nm category
próca nm4 jar                                    rann nm1 rhyme, verse
profa nm4 proof [of alcahol; literature]         rannach adj departmental
próifíl nf2 profile                              rannóg nf2 section
proinn nf2 meal                                  raon reatha nm1 running track
proinnseomra nm4 dining room                     rapcheol nm1 rap
promhadh nm1 proof                               rás nm3 race
Protastúnach nm1 Protestant                      rásaíocht chapall nf3 horse-racing
prótón nm1 proton                                rásúr nm1 razor
Prúisis nf2 Prussian language                    rath nm success
puball nm1 tent                                  ráth nm3 guarantee, ring fort
púca nm4 ghost                                   rathaigh prosper
púdar níocháin nm1 washing powder                rathúnas nm fortune, prosperity
púic nf2 frown, scowl                            réab vb rip up, shatter, tear, violate
puifín nm4 puffin                                reachtaigh vb legislate
puimcín nm4 pumpkin                              reachtáil nf3 running (managing an event)
punt nm1 pound                                   reachtúil adj statutory
púróg nf2 pebble, round stone                    réadúil adj pragmatic, realistic
putóg nf2 gut, intestine                         réal vb develop [photography]; nm1 six pence
putóg dhubh nf2 black pudding                    piece [old money]
                                                 réalta nf star
Q                                                réaltacht nf3 clarity, reality
                                                 réaltbhuíon nf2 constellation
                                                 réalteolaíocht nf3 astronomy
                                                 réaltra nm4 galaxy
R                                                réamhaisnéis nf forecast
                                                 réamhaisnéis na haimsire nf2 weather
r-phost n email                                  forecast
rábaire nm3 active athletic person, big strong   réamhchlaonadh nm predjudice
man, dashing fellow, strong                      réamhfhocal nm1 preposition
rac nm4 rock                                     réamhrá nm4 introduction, preface, prologue
rac-cheol nm1 rock music                         reathaí nm4 runner
ráca nm4 rake                                    reibiliúnach nm rebel; adj rebel
racán nm1 brawl, racket, uproar

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réigiún nm1 region                                  time]
réigiúnach adj regional                             roimhe adv previous
reilig nf2 graveyard                                roinn vb apportion, divide, share; nf department
reiligiún nm1 religion                              roinnt several, some
réim nf2 career, course, range, regimen,            róisín n little flower, little rose
succession                                          rollóg nf2 roll
réimír nf2 prefix                                   Rómáinis nf2 Romanian (language)
réimniú nm conjugation [ling]                       Rómánach nm1 Romanian (person), Rumanian;
réir nf2 command, will, wish                        adj Rumanian
réiteach nm1 agreement, clearance, clearing,        romhat prep before you, in front of you
disentaglement, level space, preparation,           rón nm1 horse hair, horsehair, seal
settlement, solution                                ronnach nm1 mackerel, seerfish
reithe nm4 ram                                      rópa nm4 rope
réitigh vb prepare, solve                           ropaire nm4 rascal, scoundrel
reo nm4 freezing, frost                             rós nm rose
reoán nm1 icing                                     róst vb roast
reoigh vb freeze                                    roth nm wheel
reoiteoir nm3 freezer                               rothar nm1 bicycle, bike
reophointe nm4 freezing point                       rothlaigh vb gyrate, rotate, spin, twirl
rí nm4 king, sovereign                              rua adj red-haired, redheaded
rí- pref exceedingly, kingly, royal, ultra-, very   ruacan nm1 cockle
riabhach adj dismal, dull, streaked, striped        ruaille buaille nm commotion
riachtanas nm1 necessity, need, requirement         rud nm3 circumstance, matter, thing
riail nf authority, regulation, rule, ruler         ruga nm4 rug
rialtas nm1 administration [politics],              rugbaí nm4 rugby
government                                          rugbaí sraithe nm4 rugby league
rialtóir nm3 ruler, sovereign                       ruibh nf2 sting, sulphur, venom
rialú nm regulation, rule, ruling [law]             Rúiseach nm1 Russian; adj Russian
riamh always, ever, never [in the past]             Rúisis nf2 Russian language
ribe róibéis nm4 prawn, shrimp                      rúitín nm ankle
ridire nm4 knight                                   rún nm1 resolution [formal decision], secret
rinc vb dance; nf2 rink                             rúnaí nm4 secretary
rince nm4 dance, dancing                            rúnmhar adj secretive
rinceoir nm dancer                                  rutarfoirdiam nm4 rutherfordium
rinn nm3 planet, star
ríocht nf3 kingdom                                  S
ríog nf2 fit, impulse, spasm
ríoga adj regal, royal                              sa prep in
ríomhaire nm computer                               sábh nm1 saw
ríomhaire glúine nm4 laptop                         sábháil vb save
ríomhaireacht nf3 computer science,                 sábháilteacht nf3 safety
computing                                           sabhaircín nm4 primrose
ríomhchláraitheoir nm3 programmer                   sabhdán nm1 sultan
ríomheolaíocht nf3 computer science                 sacsafón nm1 saxophone
ríomhphost nm e-mail                                sadhlann nf2 silo
rís nf2 rice                                        sagart nm clergyman, priest
riteoga nf tights                                   saghas nm kind, sort, type
rith vb run                                         saibhir adj rich
robáil nf3 robbery; vb rob                          saibhreas nm riches, wealth
róbat nm1 robot                                     saicín nm4 sachet
rocach adj corrugated                               saighdeoir nm3 archer, inciter
rogha nf4 choice, option                            saighdeoireacht nf3 archery
roghnach adj elective, optional                     saighdiúir nm soldier
roghnaigh vb choose, select                         saighead nf2 arrow, bolt of lightning
roghnaitheach adj selective                         sail nf2 dirt
roimh ahead [position or place]; prep before [in    sáil nf2 heel; adj luscious, luxurious, pretentious,

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self-indulgent                                 sásta adj handy, pleased, satisfied, willing
sáile nf4 luxury                               sástacht nf3 contentment
saileach nf2 willow; adj salic                 satailít nf2 satellite
sailéad nm1 salad                              Satarn nm Saturn
sailéad torthaí nm1 fruit salad                scadán nm1 herring
saill nf fat [biology]                         scaif nf2 scarf
saineloaí nm4 expert, specialist               scaip vb disperse, scatter
saineolaí nm expert                            scairp nf2 scorpion
saineolas nm1 expertise                        scairt nf2 phone call, shout; vb burst out
sainmhínigh vb define                          (sudden laughter, or sun breaking through), call,
sainmhíniú nm definition, explanation          shout
sainordú nm mandate, mandatory instruction     scamall nm1 cloud, web [bird's toes]
saíocht nf3 accomplishment, learning, skill,   scamallach adj clouded, cloudy
wisdom                                         scamhóg nf lung
sáiste nm sage [herb]                          scamhóir nm3 potato peeler
saitleog nf2 satellite                         scannal nm1 scandal
saitleog chumarsáide nf2 communications        scannán nm1 film, membrane
satellite                                      scanraithe adj scared
saitleog gheochobhsaí nf2 geostationary        scaoil vb release
satellite                                      scaoll nm alarm, fright, panic
saitleog shaorga nf3 artificial satellite      scar vb detach, diverge, separate
salach adj dirty                               scaradh nm separation
salachar nm1 dirt                              scartha adj estranged, separate
salaigh vb mire                                scátáil nf3 skating
salann nm1 salt                                scáth nm3 shade, shadow
salm nm1 psalm                                 scáth báistí nm3 umbrella
samhail nf3 model, simile                      scáthaigh vb screen, shade, shadow
Samhain nf3 November                           scáthán nm1 mirror
samhlaigh vb imagine                           scáthlán nm1 open-ended shed, screen, shelter
samhlaíocht nf3 imagination                    sceach nf2 thornbush
samhradh nm summer                             scéal nm1 narrative, story, tale
sampla nm sample                               scéal grinn n joke
san áireamh prep including                     scéalaí nm narrator, storyteller
san uair adj hourly; adv hourly                sceallóga n chips, French fries
sanasaíocht nf3 etymology                      sceallóga prátaí n potato chips
santach adj greedy                             sceanra nm4 cutlery
saoi nm prophet, wise man                      sceartán nm1 tick
saoire nf4 holiday, leave, vacation            sceideal nm1 menu, schedule
saoirse nf freedom, freedom, liberty           scéim nf2 design, scheme
saoiste nm boss, foreman                       sceimhle nm ordeal, terror, trauma
saoithiúil bizzare, pleasant, skilled, wise    sceird nf2 fell
saol nm1 life, time, world                     sceitheadh nm eruption, overflow; vb erupt,
saonta adj innocent, naive                     overflow
saor adj cheap; prep cheap                     sceitimíní n excitement, flutter
saor in aisce adj free [of charge]             scí nm4 ski
saoránach nm1 citizen                          sciaitíce nf4 sciatica
saorstát nm1 free state, freestate [history]   scian nf2 knife
saothar nm1 labor, labour                      scian mhara nf2 razor shell
saotharlann nf2 laboratory                     scian phóca nf2 penknife
sáraigh vb negotiate (difficulty), overcome,   sciar nm portion, share
violate                                        sciath nf2 screen, shield
sárlaoch nm1 super hero                        sciathán nm1 wing
Sasana nm4 England                             scidil nf2 skittle
Sasanach adj English; nm1 Englishman,          sciorradh nm skid
Englishwoman                                   sciorta nm4 skirt
sáspan nm1 saucepan                            sciot vb snip

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scipéad nm1 cash register                                 seamlas nm1 slaughter-house, slaughterhouse
scíth nf rest [from work]                                 seampú nm4 shampoo
sciuird nf2 cut, dash, rush                               seamróg nf2 shamrock
sclábhaí nm4 slave                                        sean adj old; prep former
scliúchas nm brawl, dispute, disputing, riot,             séan vb deny, refuse
rumpus, shouting, yelling                                 seanad nm1 senate
scoil nf school                                           séanadh nm denial
scoilt nf2 cleft, crack, fissure, parting, rift, split;   seanadóir nm3 senator
vb cleave, split                                          seanathair nm grandfather
scoir vb break, detach, exit, quit, retire                seanda adj ancient
scoiteacht nf detachment, isolation                       seanduine nm4 old person
scoláire nm4 academic, scholar                            seanfhocal nm1 proverb
sconna nm4 faucet, water tap                              seangán nm1 ant
scornach nf2 gorge, throat                                seanmháthair nf grandmother
scréachóg nf jay [bird]                                   seanmóir nf3 sermon
scréachóg reilige n barn owl                              seanmóireacht nf3 preaching, sermonizing
scríbhneoir nm3 writer                                    seans nm chance, possibility
scríob nf2 score, scrape, scratch                         Seapáinis nf2 Japanese language
scríobach adj abrasive                                    Seapánach nm1 Japanese; adj Japanese
scríobadh nm scratch                                      searc nf love
scríobh vb write                                          seargaithe adj withered
scrios vb destroy, zap                                    searrach nm1 foal
scriú nm screw                                            searradh nm1 stretch, stretching (of limbs)
scriúáil vb screw; nf3 screwing                           seasca sixty
scriúire nm4 screwdriver                                  seasmhach adj stable
scroid nf2 snack                                          seasta adj fixed, permanent, standing
scroidchuntar nm1 snackbar                                [permanent], static
scrúdú nm exam, examination, test                         séasúr nm1 season
scrúdú béil nm oral test                                  seic nm check [money], cheque
scrúdú iarbháis nm autopsy; post mortem                   seiceáil vb check, verify
scuab nf brush                                            Seicis nf2 Czech (language)
scúnc nm1 skunk                                           seift nf2 device, plan, resource
scúp nm1 scoop                                            seilf nf4 shelf
sé six; pron he, him, it                                  seilide nm4 snail
seabhac nm hawk                                           séimh adj gentle, mellow, mild, smooth
séabra nm4 zebra                                          seinn vb play [music]
seachain vb avoid, beware, elude, evade                   séipéal nm church [building]
seachaint nf3 avoid, avoidance, evade,                    Seirbiach adj Serbian
prevention                                                seirindipíocht nf serendipity
seachmall nm1 illusion                                    Seisniach nm1 Chechen (person); adj Chechen
seachród nm1 bypass                                       Seisnis nf2 Chechen language
seacht nf seven                                           seithe nf4 hide, skin
seachtain nf2 week                                        seo adj this
seachtó seventy                                           seodóir nm3 jeweler, jeweller
seacláid nf2 chocolate                                    seodóireacht nf3 (act of) jewelling, jewellery
seadóg nf2 grapefruit                                     seodra nm4 jewelry
seafóideach adj daft                                      seoid nf jewel, precious object
seagal nm1 rye                                            seol nm1 sail
sealadach adj provisional, temporary                      seoladh n address
séalaigh vb seal                                          seomra nm room
sealán nm noose                                           seomra codlata nm4 bedroom
sealbhú nm acquisition, occupancy [tenancy],              seomra folctha nm4 bathroom
occupation                                                seomra leapa n bedroom
sealgaire nm hunter                                       seomra ranga n classroom
sealla nm4 chalet                                         seomra suí nm sitting room
seamair nf2 clover                                        shroich vb arrived

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siad pron they                                        síntiús nm1 donation, subscription
siadsan pron they                                     síntiúsóir nm3 subscriber
siamsaíocht nf3 entertainment                         síob nf2 drift, gust, lift, ride; vb blow up, blow
siansa nm4 symphony                                   [away], drift, drive [along]
siar adv back, west                                   síobadh nm blow, drift
sibh pron you [plural]                                síobadh sneachta nm blizzard
síceolaíoch adj psychological                         síobaire nm4 hitch-hiker
síceolaíocht nf3 psychology                           síobhais nm1 chives
sicín nm chicken                                      síobhas nm1 chive
síl vb suppose, think                                 sioc nm3 frost; vb congeal, freeze, set, stiffen
sil vb drip, ooze, run [nose], seep, shead [tears],   siocair nf occasion, pretext, [immediate] cause
strain [vegetables], trickle                          siocaire nm4 chicory
sileacan nm1 silicon, silicone                        siocán nm1 chilly substance, frost, frozen
síleáil nf3 ceiling                                   person
siléar nm1 cellar                                     síocanailís nf2 psychoanalysis
silín nm4 cherry                                      siocánta adj chilled, congealed, frosted, stiff
siméadrach adj symmetric, symmetrical                 siocdhó nm4 frostbite
siméadracht nf3 symmetry                              síocháin nf3 peace
simléar nm1 chimney                                   síochánachas nm1 pacifism
simpeansaí nm4 chimpanzee                             síochánta adj pacific, peaceful
simpleoir nm3 simpleton                               siochta adj fossilised, fossilized, frosted [glass],
simplí adj simple, simple-minded                      iced, icy, petrified
simpligh vb simplify                                  siocúil adj frosty
simplíocht nf3 simple-mindedness, simplicity          síoda nm4 silk
sin adj that                                          síodúil adj courteous, silky, urbane
sín vb extend, hold out, lenghten, stretch            siofón nm1 siphon; vb siphon
sin-seanathair nm great-grandfather                   síofra nm4 changeling, precocious child, sprite
sin-seanmháthair nf great-grandmother                 sióg nf2 fairy
sinc nf2 zinc                                         síog nf2 seam, streak; vb cancel, streak, stroke
sincigh vb galvanize                                  out
sindeacáit nf2 syndicate; vb syndicate                síogach n zebra crossing
sine nf4 nipple, teat                                 síogaí nm4 elf, fairy, gossip, know-all, weakling
sineach nf2 mastitis                                  síol nm1 bean [of coffee], offspring, pip, seed,
Síneach nm1 Chinese; adj Chinese                      semen
síneadh nm1 extension, gratuity, stretch,             síol ainíse nm1 aniseed
stretching, tip                                       siolla nm4 syllable
síneadh fada nm1 length accent [accent mark           siolla ceoil nm4 musical note, note of music
used in Irish language]                               síolraigh vb breed
singil adj meagre, single, slender, tenuous           siombail nf symbol
sínigh vb sign                                        siondróm nm1 syndrome
Sínis nf2 Chinese language                            sionnach nm fox
sínitheoir nm3 signatory                              siopa nm shop
síniú nm autograph, signature                         siopadóir nm3 shopkeeper
sinn pron us, we                                      siopadóireacht nf shopping
sinsear nm1 ancestor, elder, senior                   síoraí adj endless, eternal, perennial, timeless
sinséar nm1 ginger                                    síoraíocht nf3 eternity
sinsearach adj ancestral, senior; nm1 ancestor,       siorc nm3 shark
senior                                                síos adv down
sinsearacht nf3 ancestry, seniority                   sioscadh nm clip
sinseartha adj ancestral                              siosúr nm1 (a pair of) scissors
sínteach adj drawn-out, extending, liberal,           sip nf2 zip
stretching                                            síscéal nm1 fairytale
sínteán nm1 stretcher                                 siúcra nm sugar
sintéis nf2 synthesis                                 siúil vb tread, walk, wander
sintéiseach adj synthetic                             siúl nm walk, walking
sínteoireacht aimsire nf3 procrastination             siúlóid nf2 hike, walk

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siúr sister [religious]                              snas nm3 accent, good appearance, lisp, polish
slacán nm1 bat                                       snasán nm1 polish
slachtmhar adj finished, polished, tidy              snasta adj finished, glossy, polished
slaghdán nm1 cold [illness]                          snáthaid nf2 needle
sláine nf4 healthiness, wholeness                    snáthaid mhór nf2 dragonfly
sláinte cheers; nf health                            snáthaidpholladh nm acupuncture
sláintiúil adj healthy                               sneachta nm4 snow
slán bye, farewell, goodbye; adj safe [unharmed];    sneachtúil adj snowy
nm1 challenge, health, healthy person                sní nf4 flow, permeation, pouring
slán go fóill goodbye (for now)                      snigh vb flow, pour
slán tamall goodbye (for now)                        sniodh nf nit
slánaigh vb complete [fill in missing parts],        snua nm4 appearance, colour, complexion
redeem, round, round off [number], save              snúcar nm1 snooker
[religious]                                          só nm4 comfort ease, enjoyment, luxury,
slánaitheoir nm3 saviour                             prosperity
slándáil nf3 security                                so- pref easy to, good
slat n penis [slang]; cane, pointer, rod, sapling,   sobalchlár nm1 soap opera
stick, wand, yard [measurement]                      socair adj quiet
sleamhain adj sleek, slippery, slippy                sochaí nf4 society
sleamhnaigh vb slide, slip                           sochar nm1 benefit, gain, profit, welfare
slí nf4 direction, road, space, way                  socheolaíocht nf3 sociology
slí bheatha nf4 career, occupation                   sochraid nf2 funeral
sliabh n mountain                                    socraigh vb arrange, settle
Sligeach Sligo                                       socrú nm arrangement
sliocht nm3 breed, offspring, passage [text],        sofaisticiúlacht nf sophistication
stock                                                sóid nf2 soda
sliogán nm1 shell (explosive), shell (on beach)      soighe nm4 soya, soya bean
sliotar nm1 hurley ball                              soilbhir adj cheerful
slisín nm4 rasher                                    soiléirse nf4 axiom
slog vb swallow                                      sóilipseachas nm1 solipsism
sloinne nm4 surname                                  soilire nm4 celery
Slóivéanach adj Slovene, Slovenian; nm1              soilseán nm1 light, torch
Slovene                                              soilsigh vb enlighten, illuminate, reveal, shine
Slóivéinis nf Slovene [lang], Slovenian [lang]       soinéad nm1 sonnet
Slóvacach adj Slovak, Slovakian; nm1 Slovak          soiscéal nm1 gospel
slua nm4 crowd                                       sóisear nm1 junior
sluaíocht nf3 campaign, [military] expedition        sóisearach adj junior [in hierarchy]
sluasaid nf2 shovel                                  sóisialta adj social
smacht nm control, discipline                        soith nf2 bitch
smál nm1 stain                                       soitheach nm1 container, dish, ship, vessel
smaoineamh nm1 thought                               sól nm1 sole [fish]
smaoinigh vb contemplate, reflect, think             solaid Phlatónacha nm1 Platonic solids
smaointeachas nm1 body of thinking, idea,            solas nm light [visual]
reflection, thought                                  sólás nm1 comfort, consolation
smaragaid nf2 emerald [stone]                        solas ultraibhialait nm1 ultraviolet light
sméar nf2 blackberry                                 soláthar nm1 provision, supply, supplying
sméar dhubh nf2 blackberry                           sollúnta adj solemn
smig nf2 chin                                        sómas nm1 comfort
smuga nm4 mucus, snot                                sona adj happy
smuilc nf2 snout, surly expression                   sonas nm happiness
smúit nf2 dust, gloom, mist, smoke                   sonasach adj happy
smúr nm1 ash, dust, grime, rust, soot; vb sniff      sonite adj washable
snagcheol nm1 jazz                                   sonra nm4 detail, specification
snaidhm nf2 brace, knot, tie                         sonrach specific
snámh nm3 swimming; vb swim                          sonraí nm data
snámhán nm1 float                                    sonrú nm detail, notice, specification

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sor nm1 tick                                     srian nm constraint, restraint
során nm1 wireworm                               sroich vb attain, come up to, reach
sorcha nf4 brightness; adj bright, cheerful      srón nf nose
sorn nm1 stove                                   srónach adj nasal
sos nm3 pause, rest [from work]                  srónbheannach nm1 rhinoceros
sotal nm1 arrogance                              sruth nm current, flow, river, stream
sotalach adj arrogant, insolent                  sruthán nm brook, stream
spád nf2 spade                                   stábla nm stable
spadal nm1 spatula                               stádas nm1 status
spaga nm4 pouch, purse (for tobacco, money)      staidéar nm study
spaigití nm4 spaghetti                           staighre nm4 stairs
spailpín nm migrant worker                       stail nf2 stallion
Spáinneach nm1 Spaniard; adj Spanish             stailc nf2 strike
Spáinnis nf2 Spanish language                    stair nf2 history
spall vb shrivel                                 stairiúil adj historic, historical
sparán nm billfold [US], purse [for money]       stáisiún vótála nm1 polling station
spás nm1 space                                   staitistic nf2 statistic
spéaclaí nm4 glasses, spectacles                 stáitse nm4 platform, stage
spéaclaí gréine nm sunglasses                    stalla leabhar nm4 bookstall
speiceas nm1 species [biology]                   stampa nm4 stamp
spéir nf sky                                     stán nm1 can, tin
spéireata nm4 spade [cards]                      stánosclóir nm3 tin opener
speisialta adj special                           stápla nm4 staple
spideog nf2 robin                                staraí nm4 historian, historiographer
spionáiste nm4 spinach                           steallaire nm syringe
spíonta adj exhausted, worn out                  stéig nf2 intestine, slice, steak, strip
spiorad nm spirit                                stíl nf2 style
spioróg nf sparrowhawk                           stiogma nm4 stigma
spíosra nm spice                                 stiúideo nm4 studio
splanc nf2 flash, spark                          stiúir nf5 rudder
spóla nm4 joint of meat                          stoc nm1 trumpet
spór nm1 spore                                   stoca gearr nm4 sock
spórt nm1 sport                                  stócach nm1 boy, boyfriend, youth
spórtúil adj sporty                              Stócólm nm4 Stockholm
spota nm4 spot                                   stoidiaca nm4 zodiac
spraoi nm4 fun, play, sport, spree               stoirm nf storm
spréach nf2 spark                                stoirmiúil adj stormy
spreag vb encourage, inspire                     stól nm1 stool
spreagadh nm encouragement, impulse,             stop vb stop; nm4 stop
inspiration                                      stór nm1 hoard, precious [lovingly], store,
spréigh vb disperse, spatter, spread, sprinkle   treasure
sprús nm1 spruce                                 storc nm1 stork
spuaic nf2 spire, steeple                        striapach nf2 loose woman, prostitute, whore
spuinse nm4 sponge                               striapachas prostitution
spúnóg nf2 spoon                                 strus nm stress
spúnóg adhmaid nf2 wooden spoon                  strusmhar adj stressful
spúnóg bhoird nf2 tablespoon                     stua nm arc, arch
spúnóg milseoige nf2 dessert spoon               stuaic nf2 peak, pinnacle, vertex
sráid nf2 street                                 stuama adj level-headed, responsible, solemn
sráidbhaile nm village                           sú líomóide nm4 lemon juice
sraith nf league, line, ply, row, run, series    sú talún nf strawberry
sraoill vb trail                                 sú úill nm4 apple juice
sraoth nm3 snort                                 suaimhneach adj peaceful, relaxing, serene
sreabh nf2 flow, flow, stream, trickle           suaimhneas nm calm, relaxation, serenity,
sreabhán idéalach nm1 perfect fluid              tranquillity
sreang nf string                                 suairc adj merry

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suaite adj upset                                 tacsaí nm4 taxi
suaith vb massage, mix, shuffle (cards)          tae nm tea
suaitheantas nm1 badge                           taespúnóg nf2 teaspoon
Sualainnis nf2 Swedish language                  tafann nm1 bark
Sualannach adj Swedish; nm1 Swede                tagairt nf3 mention, reference
suan nm1 sleep, slumber                          taibhreamh nm dream [in sleep]
suanach adj apathetic, dormant, lethargic        taibhse nf ghost, phantom
suantraí nf4 lullaby                             taiceon nm1 tachyon
suarach adj dirty, light, mean, petty, sickly,   taifead nm1 record, recording
trivial                                          taifí nm4 toffee
suas adj upward                                  taighde nm research
subh nf2 jam                                     táille nf4 charge, entrance fee, fare, fee, tally
súgach adj merry, tipsy                          táiplis nf2 checkers, draughts
súgánach adj chequered, confused                 tairbhe nf4 benefit, profit
súgrach adj playful, sportive                    tairg vb bid, offer, propose
suigh vb place, position, set, sit               táirgiúlacht nf3 productivity
súil nf expectation, eye, hope                   tairiscint nf3 bid, offer, proposition, tender
súil sprice nf2 bull's eye                       tairne nm4 nail
suim nf calculation, curiosity, disjunction,     tais adj clammy, damp, humid, moist
interest, sum                                    taisce nf hoard, resevoir, treasure
suimint nf2 cement                               taisceadán nm1 locker, safe
suimiúil adj interesting                         taiscthéitheoir nm3 storage heater
suíochán nm chair, seat                          taiscumar nm1 reservoir
suíomh idirlín nm1 website                       taisdíonach adj damp-proof
suipéar nm1 supper                               taispeántas nm demonstration, display,
súitín nm tampon                                 exhibition, indication, show
súlach nm1 gravy, sap                            taisteal nm travel
sulfar nm1 sulphur                               taistealaí nm traveler, traveller, traveller
sult nm enjoyment                                [member of the Travelling Community]
súmhar adj juicy, luscious                       taistil vb travel
súmóg nf2 sip                                    taithí nf experience, practice
súnás nm1 orgasm                                 taithí oibre nf4 work experience
suntas nm1 attention                             táithín nm4 swab
suntasach adj impressive, noticeable,            taitneamh nm1 enjoyment, pleasure
outstanding                                      taitneamhach adj enjoyable, pleasant
súraic vb suck                                   talamh n earth, ground, land
sursaing nf2 corset                              Talamh an Éisc Newfoundland
súsa nm4 blanket, rug                            tallann nf2 impulse, whim
súsán nm1 bog moss, peat moss                    tallannach adj impulsive, temperamental
suth nm3 embryo                                  talmhaíocht nf3 agriculture
suthaineacht nf3 perpetuity                      tanaí adj slim, thin
svaeid nf2 suede, swede, turnip                  tanaigh vb dilute, slim, thin
                                                 taobh nm1 aspect, flank, side
T                                                taobh istigh nm1 inside
                                                 taobh leis prep beside
T-léine nf4 T-shirt                              taobh thiar prep behind
tábhachtach adj consequential, important,        taobhroinn nf2 aisle
industrious, significant                         taoide nf4 tide
tabhair vb bring, give                           taoiseach nm chief; prime minister
tabhair amach vb give out, hatch, scold          taom nm3 fit, seizure; vb teem (potatoes)
tabhair óráid vb speak [to audience]             taom croí nm3 heart attack
tábhairne nm tavern                              taos nm1 dough, paste
tabhall nm1 catapult, sling                      taos fiacla nm1 toothpaste
taca nm4 point (in time), rest, support          taoscadh nm drainage
tacaigh vb back, support                         taoschnó nm4 donut, doughnut
tacaíocht nf3 support                            tapa adj fast, quick

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tapaidh adj fast, quick                               teilgean nm1 projection
tar vb approach, come, move towards, reach            teilifís television, tv
tar a éis sin adv afterward                           teip vb collapse, fail, miss; nf2 failure
tar éis prep after                                    teiripe nf therapy
tarbh nm bull                                         teiscinn nf sea
targaid nf2 target                                    teith vb flee, run away
tarlaigh vb happen, occur                             téitheoir nm3 heater
tarr nm1 belly                                        teochriosach adj tropical
tarracóir nm tractor                                  teocht nf3 heat, temperature
tarraiceán nm1 drawer                                 teolaí adj comfortable, delicate, fond of comfort,
tarraing vb drag, draw, draw on, extract [tooth],     warm
pull, tow                                             teorainn nf5 boundary, frontier, limit
tarraingt nf draw, drawing, traction                  teoranta adj limited
tarrtháil nf3 help, rescue, salvage; vb help,         thairis sin adv furthermore
rescue                                                thar prep above, by, over, past
tart nm thirst                                        thart adv about, by, past, round
tathagach adj solid, substantial, well-built          thíos staighre adv downstairs
tatú nm tattoo                                        thit vb fell
te adj hot [heat]                                     thuas adj above; adv above
teach nm house [home]                                 thuas staighre upstairs
teach allais n sweathouse                             thuasluaite adj above-mentioned, as above
teach gloine nm conservatory                          tiarna nm lord
teach ósta nm hostel                                  tibia nf4 tibia
teach tábhairne n pub, public house                   tigh n house
teachta nm4 delegate, deputy                          tím nf2 thyme
teachta dála nm4 member of parliament                 timpeall nm around, circuit, circumference
teachtaire nm4 courier, messenger, runner             timpeallach adj surrounding
teachtaireacht nf3 message                            timpeallaigh vb encircle, surround
téad nm rope                                          timpiste nf accident
teagasc nm doctrine, instruction                      tine nf fire
teagascóir nm3 instructor, tutor                      tine chnámh nf bonfire
teaghlach nm family                                   tinn adj sick, sore
teagmháil nf contact                                  tinneas nm1 ailment, illness, sickness
teampall nm1 church, temple                           tinte ealaíne nf fireworks
teanga nf language, tongue                            tinteán nm1 fireplace, hearth
teangeolaíocht nf3 lingustics                         tintreach nf lightning
teann adj tense, tight                                tintrí adj hot, hot-headed
teannáin n tendon                                     tíogar nm tiger
tearc adj rare, scarce                                tiomáin vb drive
téarmaíochta terminology                              tiomáint nf drive
tearmann nm1 asylum, refuge, sanctuary                tiománaí nm4 driver
teas nm3 heat                                         tiomna nm4 testament, will
teasaí adj hot-headed                                 tiompán na cluaise n eardrum
teasaíocht nf hot temper, passion                     tiomsaigh vb accumulate, collect
teasc nf2 disc, discus; vb amputate, cut off, hack,   tionchar nm1 impact, influence
hew, lop, sever                                       tionscadal nm1 project
teastas nm1 certificate                               tionscnamh nm1 initiative
Teastas Sóisearach Junior Certificate                 tíreolaíocht nf3 geography
teibí adj abstract                                    tírghráthóir nm3 patriot
teicneoir nm3 technician                              tirim adj dry
teicneolaíocht nf3 technology                         tit vb fall
teicníc nf2 technique                                 titim nf decline, drop, fall, height [of fall]
teicstíl nf2 textile                                  tiubh adj thick
teicteonach adj tectonic                              tiúilip nf2 tulip
teideal nm1 title                                     tiúin nf2 tune; vb tune
téigh vb to go                                        tiúnadóir nm3 tuner

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tlás nm1 feebleness, gentleness, mildness,          tosaíocht nf priority
weakness                                            tosaithe adj started
tnúth vb envy; nm3 envy, expectation, longing,      toscaireacht nf3 delegation
vying                                               tost nm3 silence
tobac nm tobacco                                    tósta nm4 toast
tobán nm1 tub, tubby person                         tóstaer nm1 toaster
tobar nm1 well                                      tóstáil vb toast
tochail vb burrow, dig, excavate, root              tosú nm beginning, start
tochailt nf2 digging, excavation                    trá nf4 beach, ebb, recession, strand
tochais vb scratch                                  trach nm4 trough
tochaltach adj burrowing, digging, excavating,      trácht vb comment, discuss, mention; nm3
rooting                                             comment, discussion, instep (of foot), traffic,
tóchar nm1 causeway, culvert                        tread (of tyre)
tochas nm1 itch                                     tráchtáil nf3 commerce, trade
tochrais vb wind, wind up                           tráchtaire nm4 commentator, narrator
tocht nm3 deep emotion, emotional catch,            tráchtaireacht nf3 commentary
mattress, obstruction, stoppage                     tráchtála adj commercial
tocsaineach adj toxic                               tráchtas nm dissertation, thesis
todhchaí nf future                                  traein nf train
todóg nf2 cigar                                     traenáil vb coach
tóg vb build, construct, hold, lift, pick up,       traicé nf4 trachea
remove, take                                        tráidire nm4 tray
tógáil nf3 building, construction, upbringing       tráidire bácála n baking tray
toghchán nm1 election                               traochta adj exhausted, exhausting
togra nm proposal                                   trasna adv across
toilleadh nm content, storage                       trasrian nm1 zebra crossing
tóin n3 arse, bottom, bottom [of boat], bum, butt   tráta nm4 tomato
tóin poill bottom [of sea]                          tráthchlár nm1 timetable
tóir nf chase, pursuit                              tráthnóna nm afternoon, evening
toirmeasc nm1 dissuasion, mishap, prohibition       trealamh nm1 equipment, gear, kit
toirneach nf2 thunder                               tréanlus nm1 water-hemlock
toirtín nm4 cake, tart                              trédhearcach adj diaphanous, transparent
toise nm4 dimension, measurement, size              tréibh nf2 people, tribe
toit nf2 smoke                                      tréidlia nm4 vet, vetinary surgeon
toitín nm cigarette                                 tréig vb abandon, desert, evacuate
tolg nm1 couch, sofa; vb catch, contract,           tréigean nm1 abandonment, abdication, exodus
develop                                             treisigh vb boost, reinforce, strengthen
tolglann nf2 lounge                                 tréith nf attribute, character, trait
tollán nm1 tunnel                                   treo nm4 direction
tomhais vb gauge, measure                           treoluas nm1 velocity
tomhas nm1 gauge, guess, measure, puzzle,           treoraí nm4 director, guide
riddle                                              treoraigh vb direct, lead
tonn nf inc. radio wave, wave                       trí three; prep through
tonn ultraibhialait nf2 ultraviolet wave            triail nf test; vb experiment, test, try
tonnmharcaíocht nf3 surfing                         triantán nm1 triangle
tor nm1 bush, shrub                                 tríd adv through
toradh nm1 attention, fruit, heed, product,         trioblóid nf2 distress, trouble
result                                              tríocha thirty
tóraí nm outlaw                                     triomach nm1 drought
torbán nm1 tadpole                                  triomadóir nm3 drier, dryer
tormán nm1 boom, noise                              triomadóir gruaige nm3 hair dryer
tornapa nm4 turnip                                  triomaigh vb beach (of ship), dry, dry out,
torrach adj pregnant                                strand
torthaigh vb fructify, fruit                        triuch nm3 whoop, whooping cough
torthúil adj fertile, fruitful, rich                trócaire nf mercy
tosaigh vb begin, incept, start                     trócaireach adj compassionate, lenient,

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trodaí nm fighter                                  U
troid vb fight; nf fight
troimpéad nm1 trumpet                              uachtar nm1 cream
trom adj bold (typeface), heavy, severe; nm1       uachtar reoite n ice cream
elder tree                                         uachtarach adj superior, upper
tromlach nm majority                               uachtarán nm1 president
tromluí nm4 nightmare                              uafás nm1 horror, outrage, terror
trosc nm cod                                       uafásach adj awful, horrible, terrible
troscán nm1 furniture                              uaigh nf2 grave, plot
trua nf pity                                       uaigneach adj creepy, lonely, spooky
truailliú nm pollution                             uaigneas nm lonliness
truamhéalach adj pathetic                          uaim nf seam, suture; prep from me [literal]; nf3
truicear nm1 trigger; vb trigger                   alliteration
trumpa nm4 trumpet                                 uaimh nf2 cave
truslóg nf2 hop                                    uaine adj green
tú pron you [singular]                             uaineoil nf3 lamb
tua nf4 axe, hatchet                               uair nf2 hour, season, time
tuáille nm4 towel                                  uaireadóir nm watch [time piece]
tuairim nf guess, idea, perspective                ualach nm load
tuairisc nf2 account, description, log, report,    uan nm1 lamb
return, returns (accounts), work record            uan Cásca nm1 paschal lamb
tuaisceart nm1 north                               uanach adj foaming, frothy
Tuaisceart Éireann n Northern Ireland              uanán nm1 froth
tuar nm1 forecast, omen, sign; vb bleach, dry,     uasal adj noble
season                                             uaschamóg nf apostrophe
tuar ceatha n rainbow                              uatha nm4 singular [ling]
tuarastal nm1 salary                               uathachas nm1 autism
tuarthóir nm3 bleach                               uathoibríoch adj automatic
tuaslagán nm1 solution                             uathriail nf autonomy
tuí nf4 straw, thatch                              uatuairisciú airde nm automatic altitude
tuig vb understand                                 reporting
tuilí nm4 bastard                                  ubh nf2 egg
tuill vb command, deserve, earn                    ubh scrofa nf2 scrambled egg
tuilleadh nm1 addition; adv further; adj further   ubhchruth nm3 oval
Tuircis nf2 Turkish language                       údar nm1 author
tuirling vb descend                                údarás nm1 authority, jurisdiction, mandate
tuirse nm fatigue, tiredness                       uibheacha nf eggs
tuirseach adj tired                                uigeacht nf3 texture
tuirsiúil adj tiring                               uilechumhachtach adj almighty
tuiscint nf3 comprehension                         uillinn nf elbow
tuismitheoir nm parent                             uimhir nf number, numeral
tuismitheoirí nm parents                           úir nf2 soil
tumadh nm diving, immersion                        úire nf4 freshness, novelty
turas nm trip                                      uirísligh vb abase, humiliate
turasóir nm3 tourist                               uirlis nf2 tools
Turcach nm1 Turk, Turkish (person); adj            uisce nm water
Turkish                                            uisce beatha nm whiskey, whisky
turcaí nm4 turkey                                  uisce súilíuneach nm4 sparkling water
turgnamh nm1 experiment                            uisceadán nm1 aquarium
turscar nm1 spam [computers]                       uiscigh vb irrigate, water
turtar nm1 turtle                                  uisinn nf2 temple [anat.]
tús nm beginning, start                            Ulaidh n Ulster
tusa pron you [singular; emphasised]               ulchabhán nm1 owl
                                                   úll nm1 apple
                                                   úllagán nm1 dumpling

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ullamh adj prompt, ready, willing                   vása nm4 vase
ullmhaigh vb prepare                                vata nm4 watt
úllord nm1 orchard                                  veain nf4 van
ulpóg nf a serious cold, influenza                  véarsa nm4 verse
ultraibhialait adj ultraviolet                      veidhlín nm4 violin
umar nm1 tank (water)                               vicí nm wiki
umha nm4 bronze, copper, copper alloy               vióla nf4 viola
umhlaigh vb bow                                     vitimín nm4 vitamin
uncail nm uncle                                     vodca nm4 vodka
ung vb anoint                                       vombat nm wombat
Ungáiris nf2 Hungarian language                     vóta nm4 vote
Ungárach nm1 Hungarian; adj Hungarian               vótáil nf3 poll
úr adj fresh, new                                   vótálaí nm4 voter
uraigh vb eclipse
Úránas nm Uranus                                    W
urla nm4 butt, lock of hair
urlacan nm1 vomit
urlaic vb vomit
urlár nm1 floor, ground                             X
urlios nm3 forecourt
urraim nf2 honour, respect, reverence               x-gha nm X-ray
urramaigh vb respect, revere                        x-ghathach adj x-ray; nf2 radio wave
ursal nm1 firetongs                                 xeanón nm1 xenon
úrscéal nm1 novel                                   xileafón nm1 xylophone
úsáid vb deploy, use, utilise, utilize; nf2
consumption, usage, use, utilisation, utilization   Y
úsáideoir nm3 user
                                                    yóyó n yo-yo
V
                                                    Z
vacsaín nf2 vaccine
vaigín nm4 wagon                                    zú nm4 zoo
vardrús nm1 wardrobe




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