Am Faclair Beag

Faclair Gàidhlig is Beurla le Dwelly 'na bhroinn
An English - Scottish Gaelic dictionary incorporating Dwelly

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 toraidhean air an aon duilleag
Clas an fhacail
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Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
cas /kas/ Listen
boir. gin. coise, iol. -an
1 foot, trotter 2 leg 3 handle, shaft 4 shank (of a fishing hook)
cas /kas/ Listen
bua. coi. caise
1 steep 2 rapid, sudden 3 hasty, headlong, impetuous, rash 4 fast-flowing, precipitous 5 irritable, quick-tempered
càs /kaːs/
fir. gin. càis, iol. -an
1 difficulty 2 dilemma, predicament 3 emergency
cas /kas/ Listen
gn. ag. -adh
1 oppose, turn against! 2 twist, bend! 3 wind (up)! 4 gnash!
cas-bhacaidh
boir. gin. coise-bacaidh, iol. -an-bacaidh
impediment, hindrance
casruisgte /kasruʃdʲə/
bua. neo-ath.
1 barefoot(ed) 2 barelegged
cuir cas-bhacaig air Calum
1 trip Calum! 2 frustrate Calum!
cas mu seach
co-ghn.
1 heads and thraws 2 crosswise 3 head to foot
cas-ruamhair
boir. gin. coise-ruamhair, iol. -asan-ruamhair
foot-plough, Highland spade
cas-sgeine
boir. gin. coise-sgeine, iol. -an-sgeine
knife handle
castluth /kasLu/
fir. gin. -a
stopping of all notes (with none left ringing; in harping)
cas-leathann
bua. coi. -leatha
1 broad-footed 2 webbed, web-footed
cas-bhrat
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
carpet
cas-thoisich
boir. gin. coise-toisich, iol. -an-toisich
front leg, foreleg
cas-leacach
bua. coi. -aiche
pertaining to or abounding in steep rock slabs
faigh cothrom nan cas
get back on your feet, get on your feet, get to your feet!
cas-fhalt
fir. gin. -fhuilt
curly hair
cas-dheiridh
boir. gin. coise-deiridh, iol. -an-deiridh
hind leg
cas-mhaide
boir. gin. coise-maide, iol. -an-maide
1 stilt 2 wooden leg
cas-chairbe
boir. gin. coise-cairbe, iol. -an-cairbe
sunshaft, shaft of sunlight (said to portend rain when it disappears into the sea)
cas-shiubhail
boir. gin. coise-siubhail, iol. -an-siubhail
ranger
cas air a' chaorach
close to the sheep (esp. of a sheepdog)
gille cas-fhliuch
sidekick
cas-bheinn
boir. gin. -e, iol. -bheanntan
steep mountain
chan eil aige ach cas a' falbh is cas a' fuireach
1 he can't make up his mind whether to stay or go 2 he's undecided/indecisive/dithering (fig.)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
cas
gen coise, dat. cois, pl. casan, sf Foot. 2 Leg. 3 Shaft, haft, handle. ...an còrr
càs
-àis, -an, sm Difficulty, emergency, hardship. 2 Plague. 3 Distress. 4 Case. 6 Trying or diff...an còrr
cas
caise, a Steep. 2 Wreathed, curled, twisted. 3 Sudden, quick, rapid 4 Hasty, irritable...an còrr
cas
sf Case. 2 Hair of the head.
cas
pr pt a' casadh, va Gape. 2 Gnash. 3 Turn against. 4 Be angry with. 5 Oppose, thwart. ...an còrr
cas-mhaide
(DU) sf Wooden leg.
comharradh
-aidh, -aidhean, sm Mark, impression, token, sign. 2 The sexual mark. 3 Banner. 4** Print. 5*...an còrr
cas-rùisgte
a Bare-footed. 2 Bare-legged. Lomnochd is cas-rùisgte, naked and bare-footed.
cas-chrom
cois-chruim, sf The crooked spade, an implement of tillage peculiar to the Highlands, used fo...an còrr
sàthadh
-aidh, sm Thrust. 2 Push. 3 Stab. 4 Pierce. 5 Act of thrusting, pushing or stabbing. 6 Pierci...an còrr
molach
-aiche, a. Hairy, rough. 2 Stormy. 3 Hoarse. Cas mholach Bhrain, Bran's rough leg; a' ...an còrr
beart-fhigheadaireachd
-airt-, sf Weaver's loom.
The parts of a weaver's loom are named as follows (see Illus...an còrr
ròp
-a, -an, sm Ropy. 2 Tow. 3 Collection of seaweed floated along for convenience of landing. 3*...an còrr
caiste
a & past. part of cas. Twisted, curled, twined. Snàth caiste, sewing thread...an còrr
fras
froise, -an, [pl. frastan — Arran]. sf Shower of rain or hail. 2 Small shot. 3 ...an còrr
dèan
v. irreg. Do, make, act, work, perform. 2* Suppose, imagine, think.
Conjugated thus - ...an còrr
praiseach
-eich, -eichean, sf Pot. 2 Crucible. 3 Broth. 4 Pottage, gruel. 5 see prasach. 5(DC) Corn-bin...an còrr
cas-ruisg
va Make bare the feet or legs, put off one's shoes and stockings.
bonn
-uinn, pl. -uinn & bonnan, sm Heel. 2 Sole. 3 Foundation, found of house. 4 Pedest...an còrr
cas-cheum
sm Foot-path. 2 Steep, or difficult way. 3** Stride, lone pace. Cas-cheum nan gann, a gre...an còrr
lùbag
-aig, -an, sf dim of lùb. Little bend, bow or curvature. 2 Little loop. 3 Curved stake used i...an còrr
cairt
cartach [& cairte; cairteach in Lewis] pl. cairtean, sf Bark. 2 Cart...an còrr
goirt
-e, a. Sore, painful. 2 Mournful. 3 Sour 4 Acid, bitter 5 Salt, salted. 6 Hard, sad. 7 Poor-s...an còrr
maide
-an & -achan, sm [** f]. Wood, timber. 2 Stick. 3 Staff, cudgel. Cas mhaide, a ...an còrr
cas mu seach
adv Heads and thraws.
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