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
can /kan/ Listen
gn. ag. -tainn
say!
an urrainn dhut coiseachd? 's urrainn
can you walk, are you able to walk? Yes, I can, I am able to walk
chan eil duine air thalamh a tha comasach air
there's no man alive who can do that
cuiridh Donnchadh a' chlach a-mach air Dòmhnall
Duncan can put the stone further than Donald, Duncan can beat Donald at shot put/putting the stone
a bheil bruidhinn agad? Listen
can you speak?
cuiridh Donnchadh a' chlach ann an Dòmhnall
Duncan can put the stone further than Donald, Duncan can beat Donald at shot put/putting the stone
olagan /ɔLagan/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain
oil can
sileadh e a-nis!
home and dry, now it can rain! (fig., used esp. when finishing a peat-stack)
tràigh-mhuirsgian
boir. gin. -ghad-mhuirsgean, iol. -ean-mhuirsgean
beach where razor shell clams can be found
cha mhór gu bheil ceum aca
they can barely walk
gille luideagach 's loth pheallagach, dithis air nach bu chòir dìmeas a bhith
looks can be deceiving, don't judge a book by its cover (fig.)
's urra dhomh
I can (colloq,)
gabhaidh seo a dhèanamh slighe SMS
this can be done by/via SMS
tha snàmh agam
I can swim
tha seinn agam
I can sing
tràigh-ghiomach
boir. gin. tràghad-ghiomach, iol. -ean-ghiomach
beach where lobsters can be found
can beag riut fhéin
say quietly to yourself!
aithnichidh tu có an taobh tha a' ghaoth a' séideadh
you can tell which way the wind is blowing (fig.)
na can an còrr!
don't say any more, say no more!
millidh aon leibeadag a' chuinneag
one little thing can spoil everything (fig.)
tràigh-mhaoraich
boir. gin. tràghad-maoraich, iol. -ean-maoraich
beach where shellfish can be found
na can guth dona mun mharbh
don't speak ill of the dead!
Am Fear nach Can Mi
He Who Must Not Be Named (i.e. the Devil)
ghabhainn air do chuideachadh thu a' fuireach bhuam
you can help me by staying/keeping away
chan eil rabhas agam air
I can find no trace of him
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Toraidhean Dwelly
can
pr pt a' cantainn, [& cantail] va Sing, rehearse, say, name, call. Can òran, si...an còrr
can
a White
can
adv Whilst, when.
can
† -a, sm Moth. 2 Lake. 3 Whelp, puppy.
càn
(AC) see càin.
can
(CR) sm Business — Perthshire. Tha e air a chan féin, he is in business on hi...an còrr
cladach
-aich, -ean, sm Shore, beach, coast, stony beach. 2* Anything scattered. 3** Sandy plain. 4††...an còrr
ma
conj. If. Mas àill le neach sam bith tighinn 'nam dhéidh-sa, if any man will come after me...an còrr
mam
-aim, -an, sm Hill of a particular form, slowly rising and not pointed, large round hill. 2 H...an còrr
glac
glaice, -an, sf Hollow valley, defile, narrow valley. 2 Hollow of the hand. 3 Bosom. 4 Embrac...an còrr
bàirneach
-ich, sf Limpet. 2(AF) Barnacle 3 Cunner. Chan fhaighinn òrd air bàirnich air, he was too ...an còrr
bann
bainne [& boinne] pl bannan, banntan [& boinn,] (dat pl bannaibh & -taibh,...an còrr
bàta
-aichean, sm on land f on sea. Boat, pinnace, barge. Fear bàta, a boatman; bàta...an còrr
sporan-feannaig
(DC) sm Mermaid's purse — egg of the skate or dogfish. It is enclosed in a tough...an còrr
leam
prep pron With me. 2 By me. 3 In my favour, on my side. 4 In my opinion or estimation. 5 Alon...an còrr
de
prep. Of, off. According to MacBain, the peculiar custom of confusing this word with do, t...an còrr
làmh
làimh (gen. làimheach in Skye), pl. -an, sf Hand. 2 Arm. 3 Handle of a t...an còrr
eisimeil
eisimealach, [eisimeil — NGP] pl. eisimealaichean, [‡‡ gives gen e...an còrr
dealbh
a [& deilbh,] -an, sm Image. 2 Statue. 3 Picture, delineation. 4 Photograph. 5 Appearance...an còrr
do-
negative initial particle of the same import as Latin and English in-, or Engli...an còrr
feum
va & n. Be in want of, be in need of, must, needs must. Feumaidh mi falbh, I must go; ...an còrr
do
prep. To (i.e. unto). [Aspirates word following and governs the Dative case. It is often dh',...an còrr
canntaireachd
sf Chanting, singing, warbling. 2** Melodiousness. 3** Song-singing. 4** Merriment. 5(a) The ...an còrr
sealladh
-aidh, -aidhean, sm Sight, spectacle, view. 2 Compass of vision, extent to which one can see....an còrr
seachain
pr pt a' seachnadh, va Avoid, shun. 2 Spare, dispense with. 3 Want. 4 Lend. 5 Abstain....an còrr
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