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See also Aire, and -aire

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Singular
Aire

Plural
Aires

Aire (plural Aires)
  1. Patrono:Obsolete spelling of

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Latin āēr

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Aire m. (plural Aires)

  1. air (mixture of gases)

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Aire f. (plural Aires)

  1. Patrono:Geometry area

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Aire m. (plural Aires)

  1. air

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aire f.; genitive singular aire

  1. attention

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aire m.

  1. minister

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Fourth declension
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Bare forms

Case Singular Plural
Nominative aire airí
Vocative a aire a airí
Genitive aire airí
Dative aire airí

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Forms with the definite article

Case Singular Plural
Nominative an t-aire na hairí
Genitive an aire na n-airí
Dative leis an n-aire

don aire

leis na hairí
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Latin āēr

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Aire m. (plural Aires)

  1. air (mixture of gases)

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Patrono:Gd-noun

  1. mind
    tha rudeigin air a h-aire - there's something on her mind
  2. attention, heed, notice
  3. care, regard
    thoiribh an aire oiribh! - take care of yourselves!

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Latin aer, aĕris, from Greek ἀήρ.

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Aire m. (countable and uncountable; plural aires)

Singular
Aire m.

Plural
aires m.

  1. air
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Aire m. (plural Aires)

Singular
Aire m.

Plural
Aires m.

  1. solenodon
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