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Draíocht: Is geinid í. She is a small potato – She is a sprite, goblin or genius / It is the little finger. (An bhfuil draíocht sa lúidín?)
Seanfhocal: Ag ithe na gcreathán is ag díol na bhfadhbhán. Eating the small potatoes and selling the large ones.
Mallacht: Staimpí chugat. Mashed potatoes to you – Bad luck to you
Moladh: Is gilín í. She is a large bright-skinned potato – She is a bright little thing / a darling.
Maslaí: Is lobhar é. He is a miserable potato – He is a weakling/ sick or leprous
Is stagún é. He is a frost-bitten potato – It is a stubborn horse
Is scráidín é. It is a small potato (or herring, unripe apple, or small portion of food). – He is a runt.
Is clamhrán é. He is a small potato – He is a scabby wretch / an insignificant fellow / a peevish child.
Mórán: Maiseog. A heap (of stored potatoes) Maiseog óir = A heap of gold.
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