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
being /beiŋʲgʲ/ Listen
boir. gin. -e, iol. -ean
1 bench 2 form
siorraireachd /ʃuRɛrʲəxg/
boir. neo-ath.
(act of) being in and out of houses
/tʲiː/
fir. iol. -thean
1 being 2 he 3 she 4 (with def. art.) God 5 square (on a chessboard etc)
fògarrachd /fɔːgəRəxg/
boir. neo-ath.
1 exile 2 state of being fugitive/refugee
tha a' chaora miadhail dhan uan
the sheep is showing affection to the lamb, the sheep is being affectionate towards the lamb
bànag /baːnag/
boir. gin. -aige, iol. -an
unspecific term referring to a variety of white objects/beings/animals (e.g. sea trout, grilse, sanderling, white-faced female etc)
taitneadh /tahdʲNʲəɣ/
fir. gin. -nidh
1 (act of) pleasing, satisfying, giving pleasure 2 (act of) being agreeable to 3 (act of) approving
nigheadaireachd /Nʲi.ədɪrʲəxg/
boir. neo-ath.
1 (act of) washing 2 articles being washed
rudhag /Ru.ag/
boir. gin. -aige, iol. -an
unspecific term for a red/ruddy object/animal/being/plant (e.g. roe deer; robin; crab etc)
deargan /dʲɛrɛgan/
fir. gin. -ain, iol. -an
unspecific term for a red object/animal/being/plant (e.g. red-eye; red stain; rouge; kestrel; redstart; bream; rockling...)
ruadhag /Ruə.ag/
boir. gin. -aige, iol. -an
unspecific term for a red/ruddy object/animal/being/plant (e.g. roe deer; robin; crab etc)
teireachdainn /tʲerʲəxgɪNʲ/
boir. neo-ath.
1 (act or state of) wearing out, running out, ceasing to work, being exhausted/spent 2 (act of) dying (euphemism)
sgunndraigeadh /sgũːNdrɪgʲəɣ/
fir. gin. -gidh
scunnering, state of being fed up
eadar dhà thaigh
being in and out of houses (fig.)
fidreadh /fidʲrʲəɣ/
fir. gin. -ridh
1 (act of) feeling, experiencing 2 being aware of 3 examining closely, exploring
tha a' bhó a' leigeil foidhpe
the cow is showing signs of being pregnant
co-chreutair /kɔ xrʲiadɛrʲ/
fir. iol. -ean
fellow human being
uaineachadh /uəNʲəxəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh
1 (act of) turning green 2 (act of) being humbled
taitinn /tahdʲɪNʲ/
boir. gin. -e, iol. -ean
1 (act of) pleasing, satisfying, giving pleasure 2 pleasure, delight, satisfaction 3 (act of) being agreeable to 4 (act of) approving
tàbharnadh /taːvəRNəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh, iol. -aidhean
1 (act of) haunting 2 state of being haunted 3 ghost, apparition
cha ghlan bùrn no sàl bhuam
I'm afraid I can't deny I'm related to him/her, I'm ashamed to admit being related to him/her (fig.)
donnag /dɔNag/
boir. gin. -aige, iol. -an
unspecific term for a brown object/animal/being/plant (e.g. rockling; dunnock; sparrow; brown-haired female; brown butterfly...)
tha na meanbh-chuileagan 'gam léireadh
I'm being tormented by midges, midges are tormenting me
cruthachadh /kruhəxəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh, iol. -aidhean
1 (act of) creating 2 creation, created being 3 (act of) forming 4 formation
gòbhlachan /gɔːLəxan/
fir. gin. -ain, iol. -an
any object or being with a noticeable fork (esp. a person sitting astride; birds such as the great crested grebe or turnstone; various species of fish; insects such as centipedes, crickets, craneflies, earwigs...)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
being
-e, -eannan, sf Bench. 2 Side bench or plank of a bed. 3** Bank — Islay.
dùil
-e, n pl dùilidh, dùil, dùilinn, dùiltean & dùilean, genpl dùl, sf Element....an còrr
losgadh
-aidh, -aidhean, sm Burning, act or state of burning, combustion. 2 Firing, as soldier...an còrr
stéidheachadh
-aidh, sm Act of laying a foundation, grounding, establishing. 2* Piling peats. A' stéidheach...an còrr
àireamh
pr pt àireamh, va Number, count, compute. 2 Reckon, think. Có a dh'àirmheas dùslach Ia...an còrr
beathach
-aich, sm Beast, animal. 2** strictly speaking any living animal. 3 Never applied, but...an còrr
iteodha
§ & ‡ -oidhe, s. Hemlock. Cameron (§) suggests a derivation from ite...an còrr
maois
-e, -ean, sf Large basket or hamper, now used principally as a measure for herrings. 2 Certai...an còrr
freumhachadh
-aidh, sm Taking root, rooting. 2 Propagating. 3 Derivation in grammar. A' freumhachad...an còrr
brà
gen bràthan, pl. bràthntan, sf Quern, handmill 2† Brow. 3(AC) Anything round an...an còrr
culaidh
-e, -ean, sf Garment. 2 Suit of clothes, dress, apparel. 3 Accoutrements. 4 Armour. 5 Protect...an còrr
creutair
-ean, sm (& f). Creature, being, person. 2 Body. An creutair truagh, the poor b...an còrr
òrdag
-aig, -an, sf Thumb. 2 Great toe. Air òrdaig an làimhe deise, on the thumb of their...an còrr
dathadair
-ean, sm Dyer. Fitheach dubh air mullach an taighe, fios gu nighean an dathadair, a black ...an còrr
saorsainneachd
sf Carpentry, joinery. 2 Office of a deliverer or redeemer. 3 State of being redeemed ...an còrr
car-tuathal
-ail, sm Wrong turn. 2 Turn to the left or contrary to the sun's course.3 Ill-chance, mishap....an còrr
gad
gen gaid & goid, pl. gaid, goid & gadan, sm Withe, twisted twig. 2 Swit...an còrr
dùbailte
a & pt pt of dùbail. Doubled. 2 Ambiguous. 3 Double-minded. 4** Cunning, false. 5...an còrr
bochd
-a, [AC gen sing & npl — Isles]. sm The poor, the parish poor. 2 Poor person...an còrr
fuasgladh
-aidh, -aidhean, sm Loosing, untying, act of loosing. 2 Relief, assistance, redemption. 3 Gue...an còrr
gille-pìobair
** sm Piper's attendant, who carried the pipes when not being played upon. He formed one of a...an còrr
dolaidh
sf Harm, loss, injury, damage, defect. 2 Detriment. 3* Mischief. Cuir a dholaidh, ruin, sp...an còrr
buarach
-aich, -aichean, sf Cow-fetter, shackle bound round the hind legs of cows when being milked. ...an còrr
eathar
-air, -thraichean, sm [Always f. in Gairloch and the gen sing frequently...an còrr
gleò
pl. -than, sm ind Dazzling kind of haziness about the eyes, as of a person losing sigh...an còrr
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