Líon iontrálacha sa taifead staire: 2
ball sinsearach (stair)
2020-03-26 16:53
ceadaithe
diúltaithe
ag fanacht le cinneadh
(63) Mainicín
"My head isn't too good and I have to wear a mainicín
All the old women in this district wear a mainicín - a piece of beige cloth or flannelette and always red in colour.
A black open-knitted cap used be more generally worn by some old women than now-a-days.

(64) Lóipín
(i) "The LÓIPÍN of a goose, or a duck"
Here lóipín would mean [?]
(ii) "You may say but he left no LÓIPÍN in it."
(i.e. in the work[?]
Here lóipín would mean "a want".
(iii) "She used always wear LÓIPÍNS in the Summer"
Here lóipíns would mean sean-stocaí. It was customary of women some years ago to wear old socks or stockings in summer, of course shoes or boots would not be worn.

(65) Easnamh
"When I was talking to him I left no EASNAMH in him". i.e. I told him the whole story.

(66) Púicín
(I) "That cow is a great thief we must put a púicín on her"
púicín = píosa éadaigh a chuirtear ar na súilibh.
(II) A púicín is put on a young calf until he is [?], so that he wouldn't eat sops etc.
Púicín = ciseán nó sean stoca a chuirtear ar bhéal laoigh idtreo is ná íosfadh sé ribíní féir srl.
ball sinsearach (stair)
2018-11-20 12:01
ceadaithe
diúltaithe
ag fanacht le cinneadh
(63) Mainicín
"My head isn't too good and I have to wear a MAINICÍN
All the old women in this district wear a mainicín - a piece of beige cloth or flannelette and always red in colour.
A black open-knitted cap used be more generally worn by some old women than now-a-days.

(64) Lóipín
(1) "The LÓIPÍN of a goose, or a duck"
Here lóipín would mean (?)
(II) "You may say but he left no LÓIPÍN in it."
(i.e. in the work(?)
Here lóipín would mean "a want".
(III) "She used always wear LÓIPÍNS in the Summer"
Here lóipíns would mean sean-stocaí. It was customary of women some years ago to wear old socks or stockings in summer, of course shoes or boots would be worn.

(65) Easnamh
"When I was talking to him I left no EASNAMH in him".
i.e. I told him the whole story.

(66) Púicín
(I) "That cow is a great thief we must put a púicín on her"
púicín = píosa éadaigh a chuirtear ar na súilibh.
(II) A púicín is put on a young calf until he is (?), so that he wouldn't eat sops etc.
Púicín = ciseán nó sean stoca a chuirtear ar bhéal laoigh idtreo is ná íosfadh sé ribíní féir srl.