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
feamainn /fɛmɪNʲ/
boir. gin. feamad
1 seaweed, sea algae (in general) 2 seaweed used as fertiliser 3 marsh plant(s)
feamainn /femɪNʲ/
gn. ag. feamnadh
1 fertilize with seaweed! 2 harvest seaweed!
's math am biadh feamainn aran-seagail is saill ròin 
rye bread and seal fat make good food for harvesting seaweed
feamainn-chìrein 
boir. gin. feamad-cìrein
channelled wrack (pelvetia canaliculata)
feamainn-chìreanach 
boir. gin. feamad-cìreanaiche
channelled wrack (pelvetia canaliculata)
feamainn-chìreagach 
boir. gin. feamad-cìreagaiche
channelled wrack (pelvetia canaliculata)
feamainn-chìre 
boir. gin. feamad-cìre
channelled wrack (pelvetia canaliculata)
feamainn-bhuilgeanach 
boir. gin. feamad-builgeanaiche
bladderwrack (fucus vesiculosus)
feamainn-bhuidhe 
boir. gin. feamad-buidhe
rockweed, Norwegian/knotted kelp, egg/knotted wrack (ascophyllum nodosum)
feamainn-bhuiceanach 
boir. gin. feamad-buiceanaiche
horned wrack (fucus ceranoides)
clais feamainn 
seaweed pit (stone-lined pit used at the shieling to store seaweed to supplement cattle grazing)
feamainn-dearg 
boir. gin. feamad-deirge
red algae/seaweed (rhodophyta phylum)
feamainn-dubh 
boir. gin. feamad-duibhe
toothed/serrated/saw wrack (fucus serratus)
feamainn-shiabaidh 
boir. gin. -ad-siabaidh
seaweed cast ashore
feamainn-gheamhraidh 
boir. gin. feamad-geamhraidh
tangle, cuvie (laminaria hyperborea)
feamainn-bhulgach 
boir. gin. feamad-bulgaiche
bladderwrack (fucus vesiculosus)
sitig feamad 
seaweed pit (to let it rot)
feamainn-phlucach 
boir. gin. feamad-plucaiche
bladderwrack (fucus vesiculosus)
feamainn-chìreag 
boir. gin. feamad-chìreag
channelled wrack (pelvetia canaliculata)
ortha-fheamainn 
boir. iol. -chan-feamainn
seaweed charm
feamainn-donn 
boir. gin. feamad-duinne
brown seaweed/algae (phaeophyceae class)
an fheamainn-bhalgain 
boir. gin. feamad-balgain
rockweed, Norwegian/knotted kelp, egg/knotted wrack (ascophyllum nodosum)
feamainn-ghropach 
boir. gin. feamad-gropaiche
bladderwrack (fucus vesiculosus)
feamainn gheàrrta 
cut/harvested seaweed (as opposed to seaweed cast ashore)
feamainn-ghearraidh 
boir. gin. feamad-gearraidh
cut/harvested seaweed (as opposed to seaweed cast ashore)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
feamainn
pr pt a' feamnadh, va Manure with seaweed. 2(DMC) Carrying the seaweed from the shore ...an corr
feamainn
§ feamnach, sf Seaweed of all kinds, cast ware, whether growing on the rocks or cast ashore. ...an corr
feamainn
(DJM) Cut or gather seaweed. Tha iad anns an fheamainn, they are cutting or gathering seaweed....an corr
aon-chasach
§ -aich, sm Serrated seaweed, {toothed wrack} (fucus serratus), see feamainn...an corr
sreath
-a, -an, sm Series, class, order, row, rank, stratum, layer. 2 Issue. 3 Round, circle....an corr
brùchd
-a, -an, sm Sudden rushing forth, as of a multitude, sally, any sudden burst or disruption. 2...an corr
bun-feamainn
see bun-feann.
dùn-feamainn
‡‡ sm Dunghill of seaweed.
feamainn-bhalgainn
§ sf Knotted seaweed, bladder-wrack — fucus nodosus.
feamainn-chìrean
sf Channelled fucus — fucus canaliculatus. The short crisp seaweed near high-wat...an corr
feamainn-chura
sf Seaweed cast ashore when ripe, ripe seaweed.
feamainn-dearg
sf All the red kinds of seaweed.
feamainn-dubh
§ sf Serrated seaweed —fucus serratus. 2 All the dark green kinds of seawee...an corr
feamainn-phuil
sf Decomposed seaweed, used to manure the ground after it had been rotten.
siùrra-feamainn
s. Wrack along the watermark, mistranslated “seaweed seekers” in WH Tales.
feamnach
gen sing of feamainn
buidheagach
sm see feamainn bhuidhe and feamainn bholgainn.
feamainn-bhuilgeanach
see feamainn-bhalgainn.
feamainn-cheilp
(AH) sf see feamainn-bhuidhe.
feamainn-chìr
see feamainn-chìrean.
feamainn-chìreag
see feamainn-chìrean.
feamainn-chìreineach
see feamainn-chìrean
feamrach
Arran for feamainn.
feamuinn
see feamainn.
feamainn-bhuidhe
§ see feamainn-bhalgainn. 2 Applied to all olive-coloured kinds of seaweed.
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