Does mhóra lenite because the syllable preceding it is slender?
It seems so. See mór
Can this mean both "The men..." (e.g., the men in that village), or can it also mean "Men" in general? If I wanted to say, "Men have big bodies", would it be said the same way?
It specifically means “the men”, i.e. a specific group of men, rather than men in general. Tá coirp mhóra ag fir would be the general case of “Men have big bodies”.
Ah, great! GRMA!
I guess once you're talking about the whole body and not just a part, you use ag and not ar?
I guess this means they are corpulent.
This pun would never work in either English or Irish alone!
real men have curves?
Sin é a dúirt sí
Reported this answer:
“The men have GOT large bodies.”
“Got” in that sentence is unnecessary (and arguably grammatically incorrect).