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airgead (m) peníze
athair (m) otec, táta, tatínek, taťka, fotr (m) (pejorative)
bean (f); mná; ban (f) žena (f)
bia potrava (f); jídlo (n)
bláth; plúr (m) květ (m); květina (f)
buachaill (m); garsún (m) chlapec (m); hoch (m); kluk (m)
cailín (m) holka (f); děvče (n); dívka (f)
capall (m); each (m); capaill (m) kůň
cara (m) přítel (m); kamarád (m); přítelkyně (f)
cat (m) kočka (f); kocour (m)
cathair (f) město (n), velkoměsto (n)
crann (m) strom (m)
deartháir (m) bratr (m)
deirfiúr (m) sestra (f)
Dia dhuit; Dia is Muire dhuit; haileo ahoj; nazdar
éist poslouchat
fear (m); fir muž (m); pán (m)
go raibh maith agat (to one person), go raibh maith agaibh (to more than one person) děkuji; děkuji vám; děkuji ti
grá (m) láska (f)
lá (m) den (m)
leabhar (m) kniha (f)
leanbh děťátko (n); miminko (n)
léigh číst
madra (m); gadhar (m); madadh (m) pes (m); fena (f)
máthair (f) matka (f)
scoil (f) škola (f)
scríobh psát
síocháin (f) mír (m)
teach (m); tithe dům (m)
téigh jet ('by vehicle'), jít ('by walking')
tine (m) oheň (m)
toradh; meas (m) ovoce (n); plod (m)
uisce (m) voda (f)
úll (m) jablko (n)
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