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
earball /ɛrɛbəL/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aill
1 tail 2 tail of beef (Scottish and English cut) 3 stem (music)
tha earball sgiobalta a-staigh
he's holding his tail in neatly
earball-sàile
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aill-shàile
blade/frond of badderlocks (alaria esculenta)
earball-làir
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aill-làir
mares' tail cloud (cirrus uncinus)
earball an eich
horsetail (genus equisetum)
earball-each
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aill-each
cirrus uncinus, mares' tails (cloud)
sleamhainn an greim air an easgainn an t-earball
there are plenty of fish in the sea (fig.)
earball gòbhlach
dovetail (joint)
earball-seasg
fir. gin. -aill-sheisg, iol. -aill-sheasga
the two rope ends of the rope tied around a stone anchor (one of which is tied to the mainline, the other to the downline)
earball-capaill
fir. gin. -aill-chapaill
(common) mare's tail (hippuris vulgaris)
fear ann an earball (a' bhàta)
a man in the stern (of the boat), sternsman
earball a' phuill
tail of a peat bank/hag (facing the peat bank, the side on the left where the peats have not been cut yet)
b' e sin "seachain mo cheann is glac m' earball"
that was a Parthian shot by him (fig.)
feumaidh fear na h-aon bhà car de h-earball a bhith mu dhòrn
he who has but little must guard it well (fig.)
ceann coin agus earball feucaige air an latha
a rough start to the day and a beautiful evening (fig.)
chan eil 'ga dhìth ach an t-earball
he's such a dumb-ass (fig.)
cha robh aig Calum air ach an t-earball a leigeil leis a' chraiceann
there was nothing for it (for Calum) but to let go completely/give up (fig.)
earball san deigh
stranded (fig.)
fàg an t-earball is an déidh aig cuid-eigin
leave someone stranded! (fig.)
faodaidh tu an t-earball a leigeadh leis a' chraiceann
you might as well bow to the inevitable/accept the inevitable (fig.)
ge be a bhios 'na fhear muinntir aig an t-sionnach, feumaidh e earball a ghiùlan
his trumpeter is dead, he must blow his own trumpet (fig.)
glac air a h-earball i
catch it by its tail
leig an t-earball leis a' chraiceann
let the tail follow the skin
cuir smùid ás an earball aig Calum /kurʲ smuːdʲ as ə NʲɛrɛbaL ɛgʲ kaLəm/
beat up Calum, give Calum a sound thrashing! (fig.)
tha dà bhall dubh air an adaig is earball fada air a' chuiteig
the haddock has two black spots but the cuddy has a long tail
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Toraidhean Dwelly
earball
-aill, sm Tail. 2* Ludicrous name for the train of a dress. Earball an eich, paddock-pipe,...an còrr
cuiteag
-eige, -an, sf Whiting (fish). Tha dà bhall dubh air an adaig is earball fada air a' chuiteig...an còrr
geall
gill, sm Pledge. 2* Mortgage. 3 Bet, wager. 4 Prize, reward. 5 Desire, love. 6 Notch. Thoir d...an còrr
muileann
-inn, pl. -an & muilnean, sm Mill. Air cùl a' mhuilinn, behind the mill. Al...an còrr
closach
-aich, -aichean, sf Carcase. 2 Dead body, corpse. Closach fiadh-bheathaich, a wild ...an còrr
mòine
gen mòna [& mòine, ] sf ind Moss, mossy place, morass, bog. 2 Peat, turf. Cruach m...an còrr
cliob
pr pt a' cliobadh [& a' cliobaidich,] va & n. Stumble, slip. 2‡...an còrr
ealabar
Laggan for earball.
earball-eich
§ Plants of the order equisetaceae growing in the drier places.
earball-iasaid
‡‡ sm Affix.
earball-rìgh
§ sm The herb Robert, see righeal-cùil.
earbull
see earball.
iorball
-aill, -an, see earball.
mircean
sm * Certain part of seaweed called “badderlocks” (alaria esculenta)....an còrr
sgathachan
sm Tail. Feumaidh fear na h-aona bhà car d' a h-earball no a sgathachan m' a dhòrn, ...an còrr
urball
see earball.
geàrr-earball
-aill, sm Bobtail.

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