Irish has a wordfor it! Aon fhocal amháin. Tá na focail seo le fáil in Foclóir Gaeilge-Béarla. Thóg mé gach sainmhíniú ón bhfoclóir céanna, focal ar fhocal gan athrú ar bith. aduantas -Strange feeling (of fear, loneliness) caused by unfamiliar surroundings. aimliú - Spoiling by exposure to weather.
ainbhlinn -Froth from mouth of decaying corpse.
áirí -Ground manured in previous year; ground from which potatoes have been cropped.
aiteall -Fine spell between showers.
amainiris -The second day after tomorrow.
amanathar - The day after tomorrow; the second day after.
anlann -Kitchen, tasty food (e.g. butter, meat, fish) taken with bread or potatoes.
athphrátaí -Land in which potatoes were grown in preceding year. barrchonlach - Seaweed growing on upper part of beach. [cf. cadamán]
béaláiste -Drink to seal bargain.
bearrthóir -Tail-chewing animal.
béillic -Flat stone with cavity underneath. beochaoineadh - Lament for a person who has gone away. [not died]
brach -Discharge from eyes during sleep.
bruán -Afterbirth of animal.
bruithleachán -Person who sweats profusely.
buadán -1. Stump of animal's horn. 2. Bandage on dehorned animal. 3. Bandage on head; kerchief boundabout head and forehead.
buaile -Milking-place in summer pasturage.
buaircín -Guard on tip of animal's horn.
cadamán - Seaweed growing on upper part of beach. [cf. barrchonlach]
cealdrach -Old burial ground; burial place for unbaptized infants.
cídeog - 1. Covering for head and shoulders against rain or cold. 2. Person who is easily imposed upon; spineless creature.
cinnire -Person leading an animal by the head.
codraisc - Collection of inferior objects. connchlann - Repetition of the last word of one stanza at the beginning of the next.
criathróir -Animal surefooted on boggy ground. cúbóg - Collection of Easter eggs. cúlaon - Deep shelf at side of chimney-piece. deán - Channel (in strand at low tide).
eadra -Spell of morning grazing (before milking). éadrá - Strand exposed by ebbing tide. fachlach - Cracked surface of parched bogland. fathmhainn - Lock of fine hair.
feimíneach -Tail-eating animal.
foiseach -Grass inaccessible to mowing machine; grass growing along margin of field.
fóisí - One who does things by fits and starts. fostúch - Boy of employable age.
fuarlach -Flooding from heavy rainfall, freshet.
fuathlainn - Thread used to secure bait to hook.
gormánach -Young seal after shedding white baby-coat. graifneach - Fond of horse-racing.
iarchomharc - Last word of poem repeating the first word.
iombhá -Place where there is danger of drowning.
ioscaid - Hollow at back of knee.
ithir -Land on which root crops have been grown in previous season. léinseach - Smooth tract (of water), flat stretch (of ground).
lópach - Wearing vampless stockings.
ladhar -Space between toes or fingers. lagpholl - Hollow in recently cut bog. maológ - Heaped load; part of contents heaped above rim of container. maoluimhir - Cardinal number not followed immediately by noun.
méidhe -Neck; stump of neck, neck of headless body. mua - Clouded apparition, mysterious figure.
múchán -Old ruin; (chimney-)stones marking site of former dwelling. muirbheach - Level stretch of sandy land along sea-shore.
ólaí - Long swelling wave,roller. ruamáile - Scum on water. rup rap - Diarrhoea with vomiting.
sabhsaí -Person who works in all weathers. sclimpíní - Dancing lights before eyes. scuaidreamh - Quick careless effort.
séanas -Gap between upper front teeth. sliopach - Inability to grasp (due to numbness of fingers). stadhan - Flock of birds over shoal of fish. stolpach - Dry windy weather (causing soil to harden).
suán -Drink of water in which oatmeal has been steeped. toiriall tairiall - Strip of skin from corpse (supposed to have magical properties).
tonach -Wash; washing the dead.
tráthaí -Person who keeps regular hours. úirín - House built by children in play.