School: Ballinafad

Location:
Ballinafad, Co. Galway
Teacher:
Mrs Ruane
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    1 Cupógh crúdh Pádhraigh
    É a ghearradh suas agus im uair a chur tridh tá sé maith le h-aghaidh gearradh.
    2 Slándus
    É a changhailt agus é a chur ar áith ar bhith a bheith bristhe amach.
    3 Fleadh
    É a bhruith agus é a chuir ar cloigheann duine a beith briste amach.
    Tá léigeas ag an seachtmadh mach.
    Deireann na sean daoine le pian i do druimh seo é an chaoí a dhéanann sé é, tú féin a shíneadh siar é a riubhail ar do dhruimh.
    Tá leigheas ag mach nach bfacha athair riamh.
    Le h-aghaidh pian i do chliabhrac.
    Tá pútaí na reathnaigh go maith le purtóidh do bhó, iadh a bhaint agus iad a nigheadh agus á bhruith, á thógáíl annsin agus e shéaladh siucra a chur air annsin agus sin é an purgoidh is fearr a fuair bhó a riamh.
    Léigheas truich
    Bainne láir bhán a ól.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    Topics
    1. activities
      1. medical practice
        1. folk medicine (~11,815)
    Language
    Irish