1504 English verbs and 824 Irish verbs conjugated and translated
  1. ciap verb
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease (unkindly)
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  2. ciaptha Verbal Adjective
    1. annoyed
    2. harassed
    3. teased
    4. hounded
    5. besieged
    6. plagued
  3. ag ciapadh Verbal Noun
    1. annoying
    2. harassing
    3. teasing
    4. hounding
    5. besieging
    6. plaguing
present
  1. ciapaim me irish present
    1. I annoy
    2. I harass
    3. I tease
    4. I hound
    5. I besiege
    6. I plague
  2. ciapann you
    1. you annoy
    2. you harass
    3. you tease
    4. you hound
    5. you besiege
    6. you plague
    1. he annoys
    2. he harasses
    3. he teases
    4. he hounds
    5. he besieges
    6. he plagues
  3. ciapann she
    1. she annoys
    2. she harasses
    3. she teases
    4. she hounds
    5. she besieges
    6. she plagues
    1. we annoy
    2. we harass
    3. we tease
    4. we hound
    5. we besiege
    6. we plague
  4. ciapann sibh you plural
    1. you annoy
    2. you harass
    3. you tease
    4. you hound
    5. you besiege
    6. you plague
  5. ciapann siad they
    1. they annoy
    2. they harass
    3. they tease
    4. they hound
    5. they besiege
    6. they plague
  6. ciaptar autonomous present
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  7. chiapann negative present he
    1. he does not annoy
    2. he does not harass
    3. he does not tease
    4. he does not hound
    5. he does not besiege
    6. he does not plague
  8. an gciapann ? question present he
    1. does he annoy?
    2. does he harass?
    3. does he tease?
    4. does he hound?
    5. does he besiege?
    6. does he plague?
past
  1. chiap me irish past
    1. I annoyed
    2. I harassed
    3. I teased
    4. I hounded
    5. I besieged
    6. I plagued
  2. chiap you
    1. you annoyed
    2. you harassed
    3. you teased
    4. you hounded
    5. you besieged
    6. you plagued
  3. chiap he
    1. he annoyed
    2. he harassed
    3. he teased
    4. he hounded
    5. he besieged
    6. he plagued
  4. chiap she
    1. she annoyed
    2. she harassed
    3. she teased
    4. she hounded
    5. she besieged
    6. she plagued
    1. we annoyed
    2. we harassed
    3. we teased
    4. we hounded
    5. we besieged
    6. we plagued
  5. chiap sibh you plural
    1. you annoyed
    2. you harassed
    3. you teased
    4. you hounded
    5. you besieged
    6. you plagued
  6. chiap siad or chiap siad they
    1. they annoyed
    2. they harassed
    3. they teased
    4. they hounded
    5. they besieged
    6. they plagued
  7. ciapadh autonomous past
    1. annoyed
    2. harassed
    3. teased
    4. hounded
    5. besieged
    6. plagued
  8. níor chiap negative past he
    1. he did not annoy
    2. he did not harass
    3. he did not tease
    4. he did not hound
    5. he did not besiege
    6. he did not plague
  9. ar chiap ? question past he
    1. did he annoy?
    2. did he harass?
    3. did he tease?
    4. did he hound?
    5. did he besiege?
    6. did he plague?
future
  1. ciapfaidh me irish future
    1. I will annoy
    2. I will harass
    3. I will tease
    4. I will hound
    5. I will besiege
    6. I will plague
    1. you will annoy
    2. you will harass
    3. you will tease
    4. you will hound
    5. you will besiege
    6. you will plague
    1. he will annoy
    2. he will harass
    3. he will tease
    4. he will hound
    5. he will besiege
    6. he will plague
    1. she will annoy
    2. she will harass
    3. she will tease
    4. she will hound
    5. she will besiege
    6. she will plague
    1. we will annoy
    2. we will harass
    3. we will tease
    4. we will hound
    5. we will besiege
    6. we will plague
  2. ciapfaidh sibh you plural
    1. you will annoy
    2. you will harass
    3. you will tease
    4. you will hound
    5. you will besiege
    6. you will plague
    1. they will annoy
    2. they will harass
    3. they will tease
    4. they will hound
    5. they will besiege
    6. they will plague
  3. ciapfar autonomous future
    1. will annoy
    2. will harass
    3. will tease
    4. will hound
    5. will besiege
    6. will plague
  4. chiapfaidh negative future he
    1. he will not annoy
    2. he will not harass
    3. he will not tease
    4. he will not hound
    5. he will not besiege
    6. he will not plague
  5. an gciapfaidh ? question future he
    1. will he annoy?
    2. will he harass?
    3. will he tease?
    4. will he hound?
    5. will he besiege?
    6. will he plague?
past habitual
  1. chiapainn me irish past habitual
    1. I used to annoy
    2. I used to harass
    3. I used to tease
    4. I used to hound
    5. I used to besiege
    6. I used to plague
  2. chiaptá you
    1. you used to annoy
    2. you used to harass
    3. you used to tease
    4. you used to hound
    5. you used to besiege
    6. you used to plague
    1. he used to annoy
    2. he used to harass
    3. he used to tease
    4. he used to hound
    5. he used to besiege
    6. he used to plague
    1. she used to annoy
    2. she used to harass
    3. she used to tease
    4. she used to hound
    5. she used to besiege
    6. she used to plague
    1. we used to annoy
    2. we used to harass
    3. we used to tease
    4. we used to hound
    5. we used to besiege
    6. we used to plague
  3. chiapadh sibh you plural
    1. you used to annoy
    2. you used to harass
    3. you used to tease
    4. you used to hound
    5. you used to besiege
    6. you used to plague
    1. they used to annoy
    2. they used to harass
    3. they used to tease
    4. they used to hound
    5. they used to besiege
    6. they used to plague
  4. chiaptaí autonomous past habitual
    1. used to annoy
    2. used to harass
    3. used to tease
    4. used to hound
    5. used to besiege
    6. used to plague
  5. chiapadh negative past habitual he
    1. he used to not annoy
    2. he used to not harass
    3. he used to not tease
    4. he used to not hound
    5. he used to not besiege
    6. he used to not plague
  6. an gciapadh ? question past habitual he
    1. did he used to annoy?
    2. did he used to harass?
    3. did he used to tease?
    4. did he used to hound?
    5. did he used to besiege?
    6. did he used to plague?
conditional
  1. chiapfainn me irish conditional
    1. I would annoy
    2. I would harass
    3. I would tease
    4. I would hound
    5. I would besiege
    6. I would plague
  2. chiapfá you
    1. you would annoy
    2. you would harass
    3. you would tease
    4. you would hound
    5. you would besiege
    6. you would plague
    1. he would annoy
    2. he would harass
    3. he would tease
    4. he would hound
    5. he would besiege
    6. he would plague
    1. she would annoy
    2. she would harass
    3. she would tease
    4. she would hound
    5. she would besiege
    6. she would plague
    1. we would annoy
    2. we would harass
    3. we would tease
    4. we would hound
    5. we would besiege
    6. we would plague
  3. chiapfadh sibh you plural
    1. you would annoy
    2. you would harass
    3. you would tease
    4. you would hound
    5. you would besiege
    6. you would plague
    1. they would annoy
    2. they would harass
    3. they would tease
    4. they would hound
    5. they would besiege
    6. they would plague
  4. chiapfaí autonomous conditional
    1. would annoy
    2. would harass
    3. would tease
    4. would hound
    5. would besiege
    6. would plague
  5. chiapfadh negative conditional he
    1. he would not annoy
    2. he would not harass
    3. he would not tease
    4. he would not hound
    5. he would not besiege
    6. he would not plague
  6. an gciapfadh ? question conditional he
    1. would he annoy?
    2. would he harass?
    3. would he tease?
    4. would he hound?
    5. would he besiege?
    6. would he plague?
subjunctive
  1. go gciapa me irish subjunctive
    1. that I annoy; may I annoy
    2. that I harass; may I harass
    3. that I tease; may I tease
    4. that I hound; may I hound
    5. that I besiege; may I besiege
    6. that I plague; may I plague
  2. go gciapa you
    1. that you annoy; may you annoy
    2. that you harass; may you harass
    3. that you tease; may you tease
    4. that you hound; may you hound
    5. that you besiege; may you besiege
    6. that you plague; may you plague
    1. that he annoys; may he annoy
    2. that he harasses; may he harass
    3. that he teases; may he tease
    4. that he hounds; may he hound
    5. that he besieges; may he besiege
    6. that he plagues; may he plague
  3. go gciapa she
    1. that she annoys; may she annoy
    2. that she harasses; may she harass
    3. that she teases; may she tease
    4. that she hounds; may she hound
    5. that she besieges; may she besiege
    6. that she plagues; may she plague
    1. that we annoy; may we annoy
    2. that we harass; may we harass
    3. that we tease; may we tease
    4. that we hound; may we hound
    5. that we besiege; may we besiege
    6. that we plague; may we plague
  4. go gciapa sibh you plural
    1. that you annoy; may you annoy
    2. that you harass; may you harass
    3. that you tease; may you tease
    4. that you hound; may you hound
    5. that you besiege; may you besiege
    6. that you plague; may you plague
  5. go gciapa siad they
    1. that they annoy; may they annoy
    2. that they harass; may they harass
    3. that they tease; may they tease
    4. that they hound; may they hound
    5. that they besiege; may they besiege
    6. that they plague; may they plague
  6. go gciaptar autonomous subjunctive
    1. that annoy; may annoy
    2. that harass; may harass
    3. that tease; may tease
    4. that hound; may hound
    5. that besiege; may besiege
    6. that plague; may plague
  7. nár chiapa negative subjunctive he
    1. that he does not annoy; may he not annoy
    2. that he does not harass; may he not harass
    3. that he does not tease; may he not tease
    4. that he does not hound; may he not hound
    5. that he does not besiege; may he not besiege
    6. that he does not plague; may he not plague
  8. an gciapa ? question subjunctive he
    1. may he annoy?
    2. may he harass?
    3. may he tease?
    4. may he hound?
    5. may he besiege?
    6. may he plague?
imperative
  1. ciapaim me irish imperative
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  2. ciap you
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  3. ciapadh she
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
    1. let's annoy
    2. let's harass
    3. let's tease
    4. let's hound
    5. let's besiege
    6. let's plague
  4. ciapaigí you plural
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  5. ciapaidís they
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  6. ciaptar autonomous imperative
    1. annoy
    2. harass
    3. tease
    4. hound
    5. besiege
    6. plague
  7. ciap negative imperative
    1. don't annoy
    2. don't harass
    3. don't tease
    4. don't hound
    5. don't besiege
    6. don't plague