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- v. To congeal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To congeal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To congeal.
- Of or pertaining to the earth; terrestrial.
- Produced by the attraction of the earth.
Go n-éirí an t-ádh agus an geal libh go deo, anois agus sna laethanta seo chugainn.
You need to find someone with whom you geal, so it ain't surreal.
Till you come back again to us a stor gra geal mo chroi
The Gaelic League, in great force, sang “Fainne geal an lae” between the acts, and “The Wearing of the Green” in Irish….
Ach thusa bhi 'm ghraidh's lamh geal thardam gu fial!
For example, there is Loch Borlan, close to the well-known little inn of Alt-na-geal-gach in Sutherland.
It will take time, perhaps a great geal of time, but it will change because those in power possess only power - they have no intelligence or foresight - and they will be replaced by people with larger brains.
The Obama administration is relying on sections of The Patriot Act to bolster its geal reasoning.
The Gaelic League, in great force, sang “Fainne geal an lae” between the acts, and “The Wearing of the Green” in Irish … The play hits so impartially all round that no one is really offended.’
(mountain ash) or more commonly whitethorn / sceach geal (hawthorn) which is in bloom at the time and is commonly called the 'May Bush' or just 'May' in Hiberno-English.
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