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
briste /brʲiʃdʲə/
bua. neo-ath.
1 broken, out of order 2 broke, bankrupt
bris /brʲiʃ/
gn. ag. -eadh
1 break, fracture, smash, stave (in)! 2 rupture! 3 go bankrupt! 4 disrupt! 5 contravene! 6 stave (in music)! 7 violate! 8 breach!
brist /brʲiʃdʲ/
gn. ag. -eadh
1 break, smash, fracture, stave (in)! 2 rupture! 3 go bankrupt! 4 disrupt! 5 contravene! 6 stave (in music)! 7 violate! 8 breach!
monadh briste
jagged moorland
cadha briste
1 craggy/rocky ravine 2 craggy/rocky pass
long-bhriste
boir. gin. luinge-briste, iol. -an-briste
shipwreck
bha mi air a dhèanamh nuair a thàinig Calum a-steach ach gun robh an gunna briste Listen
I would have done it when Calum came in it but the gun was broken
briste brùite
utterly (heart)-broken
briste-analach
bua. coi. -aiche
broken-winded
Camas na Luinge Briste /kaməs nə Lɯiŋʲgʲə brʲiʃdʲə/
ainm-àite
Wreck Cove (NS; Canada)
cridhe briste
1 broken heart 2 broken spirit
Achd Dìon nan Longan-briste
Protection of Wrecks Act
oifigeach nan longan-briste
receiver of wreck
dath briste
broken colour
banca-briste
bua. neo-ath.
bankrupt
Achd Dìon air Longan Briste
Protection of Wrecks Act
comhardadh briste
imperfect rhyme
tha i briste 'na cridhe
she is broken-hearted
airgead briste
loose change
feur briste
broken soum (i.e. livestock below the number a crofter is entitled to graze)
léibhidh bhriste
broken stock (i.e. livestock below the number a crofter is entitled to graze)
sumachadh briste
broken soum (i.e. livestock below the number a crofter is entitled to graze)
lus nan cnàmh briste
(common/true) comfrey (symphytum officinale)
bainne briste
milk at the stage of turning (e.g. into buttermilk or whipped cream)
Eilean Druim Briste
ainm-àite
Bottle Island (Highld)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
briste
a. & past part of bris. Broken. 2* Made a bankrupt, insolvent. 3 Bruised. 4 Wounded. 5** ...an còrr
briste
for bristeadh, see briseadh.
aiseag
-eig, -an, sm Ferry. 2** Deliverance. 3** Return. 4** Vomit. Fear aiseig, a ferryman; ...an còrr
spiorad
-aid, -an, sm Spirit (ghost). 2 Spirit, mind, vigour, heart, animal spirits. 3* Spirituous li...an còrr
bainne
sm Milk, milky juice. †2 see boinne. Bó-bhainne, a milch-cow; crodh-bhainne, milch-...an còrr
bainne briste
sm Whipped cream with oatmeal - Caithness, Lewis and Sutherland, (C. Rev., Ill,...an còrr
aos-chrann
-ainn, sm Aged tree, trunk. Aos-chrann briste, an aged broken trunk.
biadh-briste
** sm Fragments. 2 Crumbled food.
brisde
see briste.
'g a
(for aig a) With whom, with which, to whom, to which. 'G am bheil an cridhe briste, who ha...an còrr
maide-briste
sm Broken stick. 2 Pair of tongs formed of a broken stick.

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