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
buille /buLʲə/
boir. iol. -an
1 beat (also in music), box, blow, clap, hit, knock, punch, rap, thump 3 dint, tick 4 swipe 5 stroke 6 accent, emphasis, stress
faic le buille do dhà shùil
see with your own eyes!
tha an reothairt 'na buille
the spring tide is at its height
buille-trot
boir. neo-ath.
trot
air do bhuille-trot Listen
in spite of you(rself)
buille cridhe
heartbeat
faigh buille am beul na duilleige
get hit right on the sternum!
buille san aodann
a blow on/in the face
buille-thuige
boir. iol. -an-thuige
1 thrust 2 stubbing (e.g. of a toe)
buille-iomraidh
boir. iol. -an-iomraidh
oar stroke
buaileam ort!
1 may I pick first? (in picking a team) 2 I accept your challenge, challenge accepted!
buille air a' chlach
shot put, putting the stone
buille-bhàis
boir. iol. -an-bàis
death blow, mortal wound
cha digeadh e buille a-nuas dha
he wouldn't give/budge an inch (fig.)
buille-ghràin
boir. iol. -an-gràine
(intentional) offence
tha buille 's bualadh 'nam làmh
my hand is throbbing
buille-choilleige
boir. iol. -an-coilleige
hail (in shinty)
nas fheàrr na buille de bhata
better than a slap in the face (fig.)
buille fhuaimneach
echoing sound (in piping)
buille-léig
boir. iol. -ean-léig
jolt, crack, smack
buille air adhart
forward pass (in sports)
buille le ràmh
a rowing stroke
buille-pheanasachaidh
boir. gin. -peanasachaidh, iol. -an-peanasachaidh
penalty shot
buille bhàsmhor
a fatal blow
buille dhen a' bhroillein air a' mhaodal
they're both cut from the same cloth (fig. but negative connotation)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
buille
pl. -an & annan, sf Blow, stroke, strike, knock. Buille air son buille, blow fo...an còrr
baoghalach
-aiche, a Wild, furious, destructive. 2 Perilous, dangerous. 3** Adventurous. Roimh na gaotha...an còrr
beudach
-aiche, a Hurtful, iniquitous. 2 Blemished. 3 Mournful, dismal. 4** Guilty. 5** Fatal. 6** Gl...an còrr
coilleag
-eig, -an, sf Cockle. 2 Smart stroke. 3 Potato sprout. 4 Rural song. 5 Loud and cheerful note...an còrr
eadraiginn
-e, -ean, sf Act of interposing in order to separate two combatants. 2* Interference. Is mini...an còrr
mionad
-aid, sm Degree of minuteness or fineness. Is mionad a' chlach gach buille, the stone beco...an còrr
torrannach
-aiche, a Thunderous. 2 Making a loud or murmuring noise, noisy. 3** Sounding like thunder. L...an còrr
tarbhach
-aiche, a. Profitable, beneficial, gainful. 2 Substantial. 3 Important, of consequence. 4** E...an còrr
brisg-buille
sm Smart blow, sudden quick Blow. 2** Jerk.
eugach
* a. Death-like. 2 Deadly. 3** Ghastly. Buille eagalach eugach, a terrible deadly blow....an còrr
fa-thuaiream
prep. Towards. 2 About. Buille fa thuaiream, a chance trial.
buille-bhàraich
s First blow at shinty, given to a notability - JGC. W. 240.
buille-ghràinichidh
(DMK) s An intentional offence. One who wishes to get rid of an unwelcome visitor says, bheir...an còrr
buille-choilleag
sf Blow given to the ball in playing shinty, sending it beyond the goal and winning the game.
gòbhlaichid
comp of gòbhlach. Is gòbhlaichid e am buille sin, that blow has made it more forked.

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