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A collection of phrases and idioms used by Ó Grianna (1889–1969) arranged alphabetically by main word; with English-Irish index. Rev. by Johan Corthals, in ZCP 46 (1994), pp. 308-310. Dónall P. Ó Baoill, in Éigse 28 (1994-1995), pp. 218-220
A collection of phrases and idioms used by Ó Grianna (1889–1969) arranged alphabetically by main word; with English-Irish index. 218-220. Pádraig Ó hÁdhmaill, in SAM 14/1 (1990), pp. 257-258.
This paper examines the evolution of aspectual formations in Insular Celtic. A Concordance of Idiomatic Expressions in the Writings of Séamus Ó Grianna. It is argued that the emergence of these formations and their unusual morphosyntactic structure have been determined by internal systemic factors. Proceedings of the Third Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica Held in Oslo 1-2 November 1991.
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A Concordance of Idiomatic Expressions in the Writings of Seamus O Grianna. Deals with the life and works of the influential novelist and short story writer Seamus O Grianna who published under the pen-name 'Maire'. Перфектные конструкции в островных кельтских языках (Perfect Constructions in Insular Celtic).
Here's an example of an idiomatic expression: Hold your tongue. This idiom doesn't actually mean that you should stick your fingers in your mouth and grab a hold of your tongue. It means that you shouldn't talk. People "hold their tongues" when they're in situations where they want to talk, but it would be better if they didn't.
Guess what the idioms on these papers mean. Categorize into KNOW, DON’T KNOW columns. blessing in disguise It's not rocket science. miss the boat no pain, no gain pull yourself together so far so good speak of the devil That's the last straw! Your guess is as good as mine. Actions speak louder than words. Don't count your chickens before they hatch. Don't cry over spilt milk Every cloud has a silver lining. give someone the cold shoulder Have bigger sh to fry. It takes one to know one. a piece of cake take a rain check watch one's step.
Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible is a concordance to the Bible compiled by Robert Young first published in 1879.