Am Faclair Beag

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

Cuir a-steach am facal a tha thu a' lorg:
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 toraidhean air an aon duilleag

Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
dannsa /dãũNsə/
fir. iol. -ichean
1 (act of) dancing 2 dance
bròg-dhannsa
boir. gin. bròige-dannsa, iol. -an-dannsa
dance shoe
corrachag-cagailt /kɔRəxaˈkagɪldʲ/
boir. gin. -aige-cagailt, iol. -an-cagailt
1 someone hugging the warmth/fireplace all the time 2 flickering/dancing flames over embers
damhasadh /davəsəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh
(act of) dancing
dannsadh /dãũNsəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh
(act of) dancing
sgoil-dannsa
boir. gin. -e-dannsa, iol. -tean-dannsa
dance school, dancing school
steapadh /sdɛhbəɣ/
fir. gin. -aidh
1 (act of) stepping 2 (act of) step-dancing
chan fhiù leam dannsa
I don't approve of dancing
cailleach-chagailte
boir. gin. -lliche-cagailte, iol. -an-cagailte
flickering/dancing flames over embers
corra-chagailte
boir. iol. -chan-cagailt
1 someone hugging the warmth/fireplace all the time 2 flickering/dancing flames over embers
taigh-ciùil
fir. gin. -e-chiùil, iol. -ean-ciùil
1 dancing saloon 2 music house
solasan leumnach
dancing lights
a' mirean san adhar Listen
dancing in the air
dannsadh ribeanan
ribbon dancing
thoir gu dannsadh
take to dancing!
dannsa Gàidhealach
Highland Dancing
tha Calum a' smùideadh air dannsa
Calum is busy dancing
gun luaidh air dannsa
not to mention/let alone dancing
dannsa-croitse
fir. neo-ath.
1 lap-dance (colloq.) 2 lap-dancing (colloq.)
dannsa-uchd
fir. neo-ath.
1 lap-dance 2 lap-dancing
dannsa-ceum
fir. neo-ath.
step dance, step dancing
tha iad air am bonnaibh ris a' cheòl Listen
they're on their feet, dancing to the music
Toraidhean Dwelly
dannsaireachd
** sf ind Dancing.
sgoil-dannsaidh
sf Dancing-school.
dannsadh
-aidh, sm Dancing, act of dancing. 2** Ball. A' dannsadh, pr pt of danns...an corr
ceòl-beag
sm The music of marching and dancing, the time being strictly rigid in unison with the...an corr
gibeag
-eig, -an, sf Rag. 2 Bundle, bunch, particularly of flax. 3 Little sheaf. 4 Fringe, flounce. ...an corr
bròn
-òin, sm Sorrow, grief. 2 Mourning, wailing, weeping. 3* Mourning dress or habiliments. 'S e ...an corr
cailleach an dùdain
(lit. carlin of the milldust) AC Curious character dance, described as follows in Carmina Gadelic...an corr
pìob
-a, pl. –an & -achan, sf Pipe, bagpipe. 2 Pipe, tube, syphon. 3 figuratively...an corr
car
cuir, sm Twist, bend, turn. 2 Winding, meandering, as of a stream. 3 Trick, fraud. 4 Way, cou...an corr
comh-dhannsadh
sm Dancing in company. 2 Mixed or promiscuous dancing.
maighstir-dannsaidh
sm Dancing-master.
oide-dannsaidh
sm Dancing master.
béic-leumnachd
sf Dancing, skipping, hopping.
teud-chleasachd
** sf Rope-dancing.
righleadh
-eidh, sm Reeling, dancing reels. 2* Floundering. A' righleadh, pr pt of righil...an corr
teud-chleas
** sm Feat in rope-dancing.
dannsail
** a Fond of dancing.
ringeadh
** -eidh, sm Tearing. 2 Hanging. 3 Dancing, dance.
ringeach
** -eiche, a. Tearing. 2 Pulling. 3 Parting. 4 Dancing.

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