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
doras /dɔrəs/ Listen
fir. gin. -ais, iol. dorsan
1 door 2 valve
doras teinntidh Listen
a fiery/burning doorway
doras a-muigh
front/outer door (of a blackhouse)
doras-aghaidh
fir. gin. -ais-aghaidh, iol. -rsan-aghaidh
front door
doras-iadhta
fir. gin. -ais-iadhta, iol. dorsan-iadhta
windward door (of a shieling hut, sealed off with turfs or a wooden door)
doras-cléibhe
fir. gin. -ais-chléibhe, iol. dorsan-cléibhe
door (of a creel)
doras a-mach
1 exit, way out (the actual exit) 2 front/outer door (of a blackhouse)
tha an doras a' sgreadail
the door is creaking
doras na cruaiche
door of a peat-stack (i.e. the side from which peats are taken for burning)
is sleamhainn an leac a tha an doras an taighe-mhóir
the powerful make fickle friends (fig.)
cha do dhùin doras nach do dh'fhosgail doras
God never shuts one door without opening another, as one door closes another one opens (fig.)
doras-cadha
fir. gin. -ais-chadha, iol. dorsan-cadha
inner door (of a blackhouse)
doras an t-sorain
winnowing hole shutter
doras-glaine
fir. gin. -ais-glainne, iol. dorsan-glainne
door with glass panel(s)
ath-dhoras
fir. gin. -ais, iol. -rsan
1 next door 2 next doors
doras a' dìosgail
a creaking door
doras-fosglaidh
fir. gin. -ais-fhosglaidh, iol. dorsan-fosglaidh
door of a creel (for baiting/cleaning)
doras-toisich
fir. gin. -ais-thoisich, iol. dorsan-toisich
front door, main entrance
doras-cùil
fir. gin. -rais-chùil, iol. -rsan-cùil
back door
fàg an doras reub a' chraois
leave the door thrown wide open! (fig.)
o dhoras gu doras
from door to door
thoir geòbadh air an doras
open the door wide!
fiaclan doras a' bheòil
front teeth
doras-giomaich (doras a' ghiomaich)
fir. gin. -ais-ghiomaich, iol. dorsan-giomaich
entrance funnel (of a lobster creel)
geàrr cruinn-leum air an doras
leap out the door!
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Toraidhean Dwelly
doras
-ais, dorsan, sm Door. 2 Wicket gate. 3 Opening. 4 Orifice, as of a wound. 5 Tail-board of a ...an còrr
doras-mór
sm Front door of a house.
doras-cùil
sm Back of a cart. 2 Back door of a house.
cadha
sm Narrow pass at the side or foot of a mountain. 2 Narrow ravine. 3 Porch, entry. 4 (CR) Pas...an còrr
àrd-doras
-ais, -orsan, sm Lintel.
thoir
irr v Give, grant, deliver, bestow on. 2 Take. 3 (with prep air) Persuade, compel. 4 (...an còrr
bàthaich
-ean, sm Byre, cowhouse.
Parts of a Byre (see Illustration):
1 Balla, Wa...an còrr
buail
pr pt a' bualadh, va Strike, beat smite, thrash. 2 Thresh, as corn; beetle, a lint. 3 ...an còrr
crann
[-ainn &] -oinn sm Plough. 2 Bar, bolt. 3 Tree. 4 Beam. 5 Mast. 6 Shaft. 7 Lot. 8 Measure...an còrr
cairt
cartach [& cairte; cairteach in Lewis] pl. cairtean, sf Bark. 2 Cart...an còrr
cathadh
-aidh, sm Snowdrift, snow driven about by the wind. 2 Sea-drift. Tha cur agus cathadh ann, ...an còrr
cha
negative particle, Not. [Cha aspirates the fut. neg of a verb, also the initial...an còrr
clab
-aib, -an, sm Open mouth, gaping garrulous mouth. 2 Thick-lipped mouth (a ludicrous familiar ...an còrr
dùin
pr pt a' dùnadh, va Shut, close. 2 Enclose, surround. 3 Lace or button, as boots or sh...an còrr
mu choinneamh
prep. phrase. Opposite, over, against. Bha doras mu choinneamh a h-uile latha anns a' bhliadh...an còrr
craos
-aois [& -ach], -an, sm Wide mouth. 2 Ludicrous term for the human mouth. 3 Mouth of a be...an còrr
inbhe
-ean, sf Quality, dignity, rank. 2 Eve. 3 Condition, maturity, state of advancement or progre...an còrr
seach
prep. Past, beyond, farther than. 2 More than, rather than. Seach an doras, past the door;...an còrr
de
prep. Of, off. According to MacBain, the peculiar custom of confusing this word with do, t...an còrr
snag
-eachan, sf Latch of a door. Cuir an t-snag air an doras, latch the door.
taigh
-e, -ean, sm House. 'S e 'ainm aoibhneach taigh na féile, its joyful name is the house of ...an còrr
math
pl. -a, a. 1st comp feàrr or feabha, 2...an còrr
àrdorus
see àrd-doras.
ànrach
-aich, * sm Wanderer, stranger. 2 Weather-beaten person. 3 Distressed person. Tha doras Fhinn...an còrr
crann
pr. pt. a' crannadh, va Bar, bolt, barricade, as a door. 2 Wind about a beam, a...an còrr
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