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
ceum /kʲeːm/ Listen
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
1 step, footstep, pace 2 tread 3 path 4 degree (in education) 5 degree (temperature) 6 measure
ceum /kʲeːm/
gn. ag. -adh
1 step, pace! 2 measure in steps! 3 move step by step!
tha cois-cheum coilich a' tighinn anns an latha
the days are lengthening/getting longer (fig.)
bha ceum bà air a h-eòlas aig Calum
Calum was walking like he knew the area well/knew where he was going
ceum leum
stepping stones
ceum-coise
fir. gin. -a-choise, iol. -an-coise
1 footstep 2 footpath
dannsa-ceum
fir. iol. -ichean-ceum
1 step dance 2 (act of) step dancing
ceum gàise
fossilized footprint
thoir ceum leatha
exaggerate! (fig.)
tha ceum leatha innte
she's inclined to exaggerate
tha ceum crùbaicheid aice
she has a limp
ceum-adhairt
fir. iol. -an-adhairt
forward step
cais-ceum
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
step, pace
ceum is greim
1 eat on the move, eat while walking 2 graze on the move
ceum air cheum
1 step by step, incremental(ly), in/by increments 2 turn-based
ceum na mòrlanachd
dragging your heels (over an unattractive task, fig.)
ceum-uisge
fir. iol. -an-uisge
1 step (of a waterfall) 2 lock (of a canal)
tha ceum crùbaiche ann Caoimhe
Caoimhe has a limp
cha mhór gu bheil ceum aca
they can barely walk
bha ceum na mòintich aice
she had a slow and steady gait with long strides (fig.)
cois-cheum
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
step, pace
ceum-coilich
fir. gin. -a-choilich, iol. -an-coilich
short step
léideag is ceum is leum
hop, skip and jump
ceum-monaidh
fir. gin. -a-mhonaidh, iol. -an-monaidh
(beaten) path
tha ceum-coilich a' tighinn anns an latha
the days are lengthening/getting longer
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Toraidhean Dwelly
ceum
[-a &] céim, pl. ceuman, -a, & -annan, sm Step, as of a stair or ladder. 2 Foo...an còrr
ceum
pr pt a' ceumadh, va Step, measure by steps, pace. 2 Move step by step. Cheum e gu mór...an còrr
aonach
-aich, -aichean, sm Hill, steep, height. 2 Heath, moor. 3 Desert place. 4* Meeting. 5‡‡ Fair,...an còrr
ceumadh
-aidh- sm Stepping, pacing, measuring. 2 Walking slowly, strutting, striding. A' ceumadh, ...an còrr
fàs
-a, a Empty, vacant, hollow, void. 2 Waste. 3 Laid waste, desolate. 4* Unoccupied. 5 U...an còrr
flathail
-ala & -e, a Princely, stately. 2 Showy, gay. 3 Elegant. 4 Victorious. 5 Illustrio...an còrr
gàg
-àig, -an, sf Cleft, chink. 2 Chap or fissure on the skin, caused by heat. 3 Painful hack on ...an còrr
socrach
-aiche, a. Easy, quiet, comfortable, at rest. 2 Affording ease or comfort. 3 Not easily moved...an còrr
thoir
irr v Give, grant, deliver, bestow on. 2 Take. 3 (with prep air) Persuade, compel. 4 (...an còrr
acainn
-e, -ean, sf Apparatus, implements, utensils, tackle, tools, appendages of any kind. 2 Salve,...an còrr
eu-
neg particle, also eug-, ea-, ei-, and a-. The following remarks about the distinguishing fea...an còrr
toirsgian
-sgéin, sf Peat spade, peat-cutter or peat-knife.
Parts of a Peat-spade (DMy):
...an còrr
spaistearachd
sf Walking, act of walking strolling, sauntering, promenading, parading for pleasure. 2** Air...an còrr
ceim
** gen sing of ceum.
céim
va see ceum.
céimich
va see ceum.
ceumanna
npl of ceum.
ceum-cille
sm Bier-balk.
ceum-inbhe
sm Degree in rank or dignity. 2†† Promotion.
ceum-tuislidh
sm False step.
dàicheil
-eala, a Handsome, graceful. 2 Genteel. 3 Majestic, stately, dignified. 4 Haughty, proud. 5 S...an còrr
diùnlaoch
* -aoich, see diùlannach. Ceum air adhart aig gach diùnlaoch (diùlannach), each hero marching for...an còrr
docair
-ean, sf Trouble, uneasiness, agitation of mind, affliction, restlessness. 2* Annoyance. Ceum...an còrr
faicear
fut. interr. & neg and imperf. pass. of faic. Faicear d' obair, let thy work be...an còrr
gnàithseach
-aich, sm Arable land under crop. 2(DC) Cultivator of the soil, tanner. Ceum a' ghnàit...an còrr

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