Am Faclair Beag

Faclair Gàidhlig is Beurla le Dwelly 'na bhroinn
An English - Scottish Gaelic dictionary incorporating Dwelly

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Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
aire /arʲə/ Listen
boir. neo-ath.
1 attention, heed, regard, thought 2 intention 3 observation
aire /arʲə/
fir. gin. -reach, iol. -rich
free man/tenant (in medieval law)
air m' aire Listen
on my mind
àireamh na h-Aoine ort!
death to you, I hope you drown/die! (fig.)
sgarbh na h-aire
the lookout cormorant, the cormorant on watch duty
ar /ar/
bua. coi. aire
slow, sluggish
taigh-aire
fir. iol. -ean-aire
wake-house, watch-house
an aire nach … Listen
1 take care not to … 2 watch it so you don't …
an aire ort fhéin! Listen
watch out!
an aire! Listen
watch out!
ro-aire
boir. neo-ath.
circumspection
àr /aːr/
boir. gin. àire, iol. -an
ladder
cuir mun aire le Calum gun robh e tinn
suggest to Calum that he's ill!
thoir an aire
1 pay attention, look/watch out, take care! 2 notice!
thug mi an aire dhaibh
I noticed them
tarraing aire ort fhéin
draw attention to yourself!
cion aire
a lack of attention
thoir aire air beathaichean fiadhaich /hɔrʲ ə Narʲə ɛrʲ bɛ.ɪçən fiə.ɪç/
have regard for/to wildlife!
thoir an aire air do ghnothach fhéin /hɔrʲ ə Narʲ ɛrʲ dɔ ɣrɔ͂.əx heːn/
mind your own business!
thoir an aire do Mhàiri
pay attention to Màiri!
thoir an aire nach…
take care so you won't…
thoir an aire ort fhéin!
1 take care of yourself! 2 watch yourself!
cha robh e 'na aire
he wasn't paying attention
am fear nach doir an aire air a' bheagan, chan airidh air am móran
look after the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves (fig.)
thoir an aire nach tuit thu!
careful so you don't fall!
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Toraidhean Dwelly
aire
sf ind Notice, heed, attention. 2 Regard. 3 Caution, watching, watchfulness, observation. 4 M...an còrr
aire
sf In Arran, Tha e an aire dha, he intends.
àireach
-ich, sm Cattleman. 2 Grazier. 3 Dairyman. 4** Shepherd. 5 Bowman - Hebrides. There is...an còrr
blàr
-àire, a. White-faced, having a white forehead (applied to cows and horses). An t-each blàr, ...an còrr
sealladh
-aidh, -aidhean, sm Sight, spectacle, view. 2 Compass of vision, extent to which one can see....an còrr
sgeulachd
-an, sf Tale, fable, fiction, romance. 2 Tradition. 3 Telling or reciting of tales, fables or...an còrr
thoir
irr v Give, grant, deliver, bestow on. 2 Take. 3 (with prep air) Persuade, compel. 4 (...an còrr
coinneamh
-imh, -an, sf Meeting. 2 Assembly, convention. 3 Interview. 4 Facing. 5 Opposing. 6 Assignati...an còrr
taigh-aire
or taigh-air, sm Lykewake, a watch-house, house where vigils are held over a corpse. [...an còrr
fionnar
-aire, a Cool, fresh, cold. 2 Agued. Gu fionnar, coldly; with indifference.
fuar
-aire, a Cold, chilly. 2 Stinging.
seasgar
** -aire, a. Soft, effeminate. 2 Still, calm. 3 Comfortable. 4 Dry and warm, snug. [also seas...an còrr
seanagarra
-aire, a. Old, old-like. 2†† Sagacious, wise.
ro-aire
sf ind Great attention, care or diligence. Thoir an ro-aire air, take great care of him....an còrr
labhar
-aire [labhra & ** labhara] a. Loud, loudly sounding, noisy. 2 Boastful, clamorous. 3 Spe...an còrr
talachar
-aire, a. Complaining, murmuring. 2 Apt to complain.
mì-sheamhsar
† -aire, a. Unlucky, unfortunate. 2 Ominous.
ro
adv Very much, exceedingly. Used as a prefix to adjectives and supplying the place of a super...an còrr
miannar
-aire, a. (for miannmhor) see miannach.
tàr
-àire, a. see tàir, a.
meachar
†† -aire, a. Soft, tender, mild. 2 Kind.
othar
† -aire, a. Sick. 2 Wounded, mutilated. 3 Maimed. 4 Weak.
ceòthar
-aire, a see ceòmhor.
cuanar
-aire, a Soft, calm. 2†† Handsome, fine, trim.
mogar
-aire, a. Bulky, clumsy, corpulent.
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