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- (ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)sure indication of rainy weather. When we hear a wild pigeon crooning on a tree top it is a sure omen of mild weather.
When the crows are soaring high overhead, it is a sign of fine weather, but if they are flying low and are noisy, the weather will be rainy. When the gulls come inland, it is a sure sign of rain and when they go out it is an omen of good weather. When swallows fly high in the air it is a sure indication of fine calm weather, but when they fly low, we may expect wet and stormy weather.
When all the cows lie down in the fields it is a sign of rain; when the midges pick them in the summer and they run off it is a sure sign of rain. When the cat sits with its back to the fire, it is a sure sign of rain. When the midges torment the men saving the hay it is a sure sign of rain.Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.