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
feadan /fedan/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain
1 (practise) chanter 2 spout 3 pipe, tube 4 channel, runnel 5 gap through which the wind whistles/howls etc
fead /fed/ Listen
boir. iol. -an
1 whistle 2 hiss
fead /fed/
boir. iol. -an
soft/common rush (juncus effusus)
fead-ghlaice
boir. iol. -an-glaice
hand whistle/flute
feadan-àtha (feadan na h-àtha)
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-àtha
kiln flue (B)
feadan beag
practice chanter
feadan nam beann
the whistle of the wind on a mountain
tha e ann am feadan
it's in an exposed (windy) place
feadan-fasgnaidh
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-fhasgnaidh
winnowing hole (airhole to allow wind into a barn for winnowing)
feada-coille
boir. iol. -n-coille
wood sorrel (oxalis acetosella)
tha feadan eadar do chluasan
you're an airhead, you've got nothing between your ears (fig.)
feadan-clàirneid
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-chlàirneid
clarinet
feadan-sìolaidh
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-shìolaidh
drainage tube
feadan-uisge
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-uisge
1 small waterfall 2 narrow streamlet 3 down/waterspout, downpipe, drain spout/pipe, rone
bha mi ann am boglach 's thuit mi ann am feadan
I was in a bog and fell into a water channel
feadan-srùbaidh
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -ain-shrùbaidh
siphonal canal
Toraidhean Dwelly
feadan
-ain, -an, sm Fife, flute. 2 Chanter of the bagpipe. 3 Reed. 4 Spout. 5 The calibre of a gun....an còrr
stail
-e, -ean, sf Bandage, strap. 2 Still. 3†† Whisky-pot. [stal — Gairloch & Lochbr...an còrr
pìob
-a, pl. –an & -achan, sf Pipe, bagpipe. 2 Pipe, tube, syphon. 3 figuratively...an còrr
leag
pr pt a' leagail & a' leagadh, va & n. Throw down. 2 Demolish. 3 Lay, lay down...an còrr
poit-dhubh
(a' phoit-dhubh), sf The “sma'” still. We are indebted to DMK for the following names of its ...an còrr
feadain
gen sing & npl of feadan.
feadaine
(AC) prov. pl. of feadan (crevice).
feadan-uisge
** sm Water-pipe, gutter or rone of a house. 2(AH) Small cascade or waterfall.
iorailteach
a. Ingenious, inventive, well-contrived. Am feadan iorailteach, the well-contrived flute....an còrr
feadan na h-àth
(DMK) sm Narrow passage leading from the fire to the pit of a kiln. Caithness.
feadan-uisge
(DJM) sm A streamlet in a narrow channel.

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