Scoil: Maoilinn (B.), Áth Treasna

Suíomh:
An Mhaoilinn, Co. Chorcaí
Múinteoir:
Diarmuid de Brún

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Maoilinn (B.), Áth Treasna | Bailiúchán na Scol

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0350, Leathanach 005

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(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

(24) Cníopaire

"You little CNÍOPAIRE". Often said to a child or youngster who does harmless mischief or tricks. When applied to an elderly person it conveys the idea of mean.

(25) Cnámhseálaidhe
Said of a person who is continually nagging or discontented. One who is always "chewing-the-rag".
What is the "CNÁMHSEÁL-ING" about now?

(26) Geab
"You have to much GEAB for your age" said to one who uses "short-talk" or impertinence.

(27) Clúracán
Often applied to a small person - a weakling. Very commonly applied to small potatoes or when the crop is bad.

(28) Créatur
"Ó Mhaise the poor CRÉATUR is perished with the cold"

(29) Crúcálaidhe
said of a person who trys to poke his way in the dark or who tries to find something without light by feeling his way

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