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
cat /kahd/ Listen
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. cait
cat (genus felis)
cat-grìosaich
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. cait-ghrìosaich
1 cat that sleeps by the fire 2 person who likes to be warm 3 firebug, slightly pyromaniac child
miamh miamh! /mjãũ/ Listen
fuaim.
mew, miaow! (sound of a cat; onomat.)
meannt nan cat
catmint, catnip (nepeta cataria)
fionnadh a' chait
1 cat fur 2 cirrus clouds
cat fireann
1 tomcat, he-cat, male cat 2 bossy child
tha an cat 'na spleuchd air an rathad
the cat is flat as a pancake on the road, the cat got flattened on the road
cut, a chait!
shoo, cat!
cat-fiadhaich /kahd'fiə.ɪç/
fir. iol. cait-fh.
wildcat (felis silvestris)
's ann dhut a rug an cat an cuilean /sãũN ɣuhd ə rug əŋ kahd əŋ kulan/
1 you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth (fig.) 2 lucky you (fig.)
easair cait
cat litter
fiadh-chat
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -chait
wildcat (felis silvestris)
cat-sìthe
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. cait-shìthe
fairy/elfin cat (black with a white spot on the chest)
slìob cat
stroke a cat!
coit /kɔhdʲ/
boir. gin. -e, iol. -ean
cat (cargo boat)
cullach /kuLəx/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aich
mature male (unneutered) animal (especially larger animals such as boars, hogs, stallions, seals, goats, cats etc)
taigh gun chù, gun chat, gun leanabh beag, taigh gun ghean gun ghàire /tɤj gən xuː gən xahd gə Lʲɛnəv beg tɤj gəNʲ ʝɛn gən ɣaːrʲə/
a house without a dog, a cat or a small child is a house without affection and happiness
cat-a-bat
cat and bat (game)
mial a' bhìgis
don't be a nosey parker, curiosity killed the cat! (fig.)
tha an ceòl air feadh na fìdhle
cat has been set among the pigeons, the shit has hit the fan (fig.)
chuir Calum an ceòl air feadh na fìdhle leis na thuirt e
Calum put the cat among the pigeons with that comment (fig.)
collach /kɔLəx/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aich
mature male (unneutered) animal (especially larger animaly such as boars, hogs, stallions, seals, goats, cats etc)
banais-chullaich
boir. gin. bainnse-cullaich, iol. bainnsean-cullaich
congregation of animals (esp. caterwaul/cat concert/cats' chorus)
tadhlair de chat
a wandering/roaming cat
ubhal a' bhìgis
don't be a nosey parker, curiosity killed the cat! (fig.)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
cat
cait, sm Cat. Faodaidh cat amharc air an rìgh, a cat may look at the king.
cat
(CR) s Heap of potatoes, corn, cat eòrna, cat sìl, cat buntàta, a heap of barley, corn, po...an còrr
cat-cnaige
* sm Mousetrap.
piseag
-eig, -eigean, sf Kitten, young cat. 2 Sorcery, witchcraft, divination.
breugach
-aiche, a. Lying, false, deceitful. 2** Flattering, cajoling, soothing. 3** Deceived. Is breu...an còrr
burraidh
pl. -nean, sm Fool, blockhead, simple, foolish person. 2‡‡ Surly, morose...an còrr
lìon
-ìn, pl. lìontan, [lìn — DMy] sm Lint, flax — linum usitatissimum. 2 Linen. 3 N...an còrr
sgiamhail
** a. Squally 2 Squeaking. 3 Mewing, as a cat. 4* Seemly, decent.
craiceann
-inn [& -cne], -cnean, sm Skin. Craiceann caorach, a sheepskin; craiceann coin, ...an còrr
caochan
-ain, pl. caochanan, sm Eddy of air. 2 Whisky in its first process of distillation (Sc...an còrr
caolan
-ain, sm Small gut, tripe, entrail. Caolan-cait, cat-gut. The plural in Gairloch ...an còrr
bròg
-òige, brògan, sf Shoe. 2 Hoof 3 By a figure of speech, Foot. 4 Sorrow. 5(DU) Fish-roe...an còrr
glanadh
-aidh, sm Cleaning, cleansing, act of cleaning, purifying. 2 Weeding. 3 Washing. A' glanadh, ...an còrr
tàmh
-àimh, sm Rest, quiet, ease, quietness. 2 Delay. 3 Sleep. 4 Dwelling, abode, act or state of ...an còrr
crònan
-ain, sm Dull note. 2 Mournful tune. 3 Any low murmuring sound. 4 The buzzing of a fly. 5 The...an còrr
fiadhaich
-e, a Wild, untamed, savage. 2 Fierce. 3 Tempestuous, boisterous. 4** Uncultivated, in...an còrr
cat-fiadhaich
sm Wild cat.
cullach
-aich, sm Boar. 2 Yearling calf. 3 Impotent man, eunuch. 4 Polecat — Mull. 5(AF) Fat h...an còrr
beagan
-ain, sm & a Little. 2 Few, small number, small quantity. Air bheagan chéille, with...an còrr
caogad
-aid, a Fifty. Thill iad 'nan caogadaibh, they returned in their fifties. Trì mìosan cù, cóig...an còrr
ainle
sf Wild cat (felis sylvestris). (?)2 Greenfly, {aphid} (aphididae).
breòinn
(AF) s. Cat.
meaghal
-ail, sm Barking of a dog. 2 Mew of a cat. 3(AC) Bleating of a lamb. 4 Alarm.
cad-luibh
see cat-luibh.
purraghlas
-ais, sm Cat (felis catus).
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