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
caol /kɯːL/ Listen
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. caoil
1 (sea) channel, kyle 2 narrows 3 narrow part (in general) 4 slender object (esp. osier, willow switch)
caol /kɯːL/ Listen
bua. coi. caoile
1 narrow, slender 2 slim, thin, lean, skinny 3 lanky 4 crowded
tha caol a' fàs aice
she grows osiers
as t-earrach nuair bhios a' chaora caol 's am maorach reamhar
beggars can't be choosers (fig.)
caol (na) coise
ankle
air a dhèanamh air caol beag
made from thin osiers
caol-fighe
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. caoil-fhighe
weaving willow (i.e. willow suitable for weaving the sides of a creel for example)
bainne caol
skim(med) milk, fat-free milk, nonfat milk
Caol Reithe
ainm-àite
Kylerhea (Highld)
Caol Rònach
ainm-àite
Kyle Rona (Highld)
caol-druim
fir. gin. -droma, iol. -dromannan
small of the back
Caol Loch Aillse
ainm-àite
Kyle of Lochalsh (Highld)
Caol Ìle
ainm-àite
1 Sound of Islay (Ag&B) 2 Caol Ila (Ag&B) 3 Caol Ila (whisky)
caoile an earraich
the leanness of spring (e.g. of animals)
cho caol ri clobha
as slender/thin as a pin/rake (fig.)
caol-mhala
boir. iol. -idhean
slender eyebrow, finely-arched eyebrow
cho caol ri stamh
as slender/thin as a pin (fig.)
caol seilich
osier (material)
muasgan-caol
fir. gin. -ain-chaoil, iol. -an-caola
prawn
caol-teàrnadh
fir. gin. -aidh, iol. -aidhean
1 (act of) escaping narrowly 2 narrow escape, close shave
ged a sheasadh tu air do cheann-caol, cha dèan e e
you can ask him till you're blue in the face but he won't do it, no matter what you do, he won't do it (fig.)
bha e caol an-seo
it was crowded here
lìon-caol
fir. gin. lìn-chaoil, iol. -tan-caola
small-line, short-line (in fishing)
Caol an t-Snàimh /kɯLəNˈtrɛːv/
ainm-àite
Colintraive (Ag&B)
Ruadhphort
ainm-àite fir. gin. -phuirt
Caol Ila (settlement; Ag&B)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
caol
caoile, a Small, slender, thin, lean, lank, attenuated, narrow. 2** Shrill-toned. Dh' fhighin...an còrr
caol
caoil, pl. caoiltean, sm [& -aoil,] Narrow strait, sound, firth. 2** Narrow part o...an còrr
amar
-air, n pl -an & amraichean, sm Trough. 2 Channel. 3** Ditch. 4 Mill-dam. 5 Hod. 6...an còrr
bac
-a & -aic, pl. -an, sm Stop, hinderance, restraint, delay, interruption, im...an còrr
bàta
-aichean, sm on land f on sea. Boat, pinnace, barge. Fear bàta, a boatman; bàta...an còrr
caoile
comp of caol.
mala
pl. -ichean [mailghean & malaidhean,] sf Brow, eyebrow. 2 Brow of a hill. Mala na ...an còrr
sail
-e, -ean & sailthean, sf Beam, joist, log of wood. Crùth sailthean, beams with engrave...an còrr
taigh
-e, -ean, sm House. 'S e 'ainm aoibhneach taigh na féile, its joyful name is the house of ...an còrr
sùgh
-a & -ùigh, pl. -an, sm Juice, sap, moisture. 2 Sense, meaning. 3 Wave, billow. 4 ...an còrr
each
eich, n pl eich, dat. pl. eachaibh, sm Horse, 2* Brute.
Parts of a Horse...an còrr
dèan
v. irreg. Do, make, act, work, perform. 2* Suppose, imagine, think.
Conjugated thus - ...an còrr
calpa
pl. -an [& -annan] sm Calf of the leg. 2 Pillar. 3 Tier or ply of a rope or cable....an còrr
claidheamh
-eimh, pl. claidhean [claidhmhnean *claidhmhichean & **cloidhean] sm Sword. 2 That...an còrr
caol-dùirn
s Wrist.
leathann
leithne & leatha, a. Broad. 2 Spacious. “Leathann ri leathann is caol ri cao...an còrr
coinneal
gen coinnle, pl. coinnlean, sf Candle. 2 Torch. 3(DC) Straight piece of wood on...an còrr
cullach
-aich, sm Boar. 2 Yearling calf. 3 Impotent man, eunuch. 4 Polecat — Mull. 5(AF) Fat h...an còrr
beum-solais
sm Beam of light. 2** Sunbeam. Feuch am beum-solais caol ud, behold that small beam of lig...an còrr
driodairt
(form of driod-fhortan) Trifling accident, mishap. Cha do dh'éirich driodairt do neach, no...an còrr
caoil
gen sing & npl of caol.
caol-mhiosachan
§ sm Fairy flax, see lìon na mna-sìth.
caol-chorpach
-aiche, a Slender-bodied.
lìonanach
sm Plumosa, a bright green alga in pools left on rocks by receding tide. 2 Seaweed of ...an còrr
caol-ghlòrach
see caol-ghuthach.
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