Irish Adjectives

This is a list of adjectives in Irish. This can enable you describe different sizes and a variety of qualities such as (easy, difficult...).

Big: mòr
Small: beag
Long: fada
Short: goirid
Tall: àrd
Thick: tiugh
Thin: caol
Wide: reamhar

This table provides a list of adjectives of quality shown below. These are some of the most used adjectives in Irish.

Bad: dona
Good: math
Easy: furasta
Difficult: doirbh
Expensive: daor
Cheap: saor
Fast: luath
Slow: slaodach
Old: seann
Old: aosta
Young: òg
New: ùr
Heavy: trom
Light: aotrom
Empty: falamh
Full: làn
Right: ceart
Wrong: ceàrr
Strong: làidir
Weak: fann

These samples show how adjectives are used in Irish. Used in these examples with nouns, prepositions and pronouns.

Is this a new or old book?: An e leabhar ùr no aosta a th' ann an seo?
Is the test easy or difficult?: A bheil an deuchainn furasta no doirbh?
Am I right or wrong?: A bheil mi ceart no ceàrr?
This is very expensive: Tha seo glè dhaor.
Is he younger or older than you?: A bheil e nas òige no nas sine na thusa?
Is she tall?: A bheil i àrd?

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