Am Faclair Beag

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

Dèan lorg airson
Roghainnean an luirg
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  Cuir an òrdugh a-rèir
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 toraidhean air an aon duilleag
Clas an fhacail
Àrainnean

Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
fiamh /fĩãv/ Listen
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
1 tinge, tint 2 trace 3 awe 4 trepidation 5 expression, look
fiamh /fĩãv/ Listen
bua. coi. -a
ugly, disgusting
dèan fiamh-ghàire
smile!
fiamh-ghàire
boir. neo-ath.
smile
fèath nan eun
calm of the birds (between 1st of November and Martinmas when birds are said to be unusually quiet)
rinn e fiamh-ghàire
he grinned
tha fiamh a ghàire air Màiri /ha fiəv ə ɣaːrʲə ɛrʲ maːrʲɪ/
Màiri is smiling
mìnich le fiamh d' aodainn
indicate with facial expressions!
fiamh-dhath
fir. gin. -a, iol. -an
(colour) tint
cuir fiamh air
cast a shadow on it, tarnish it! (fig.)
fiamh a ghàire
hint of a smile
fèath /fia/ Listen
fir. iol. -an
1 calm (Beaufort 0 in metereology) 2 tranquillity (of weather)
fiamh buidhe
a hint of yellow
fiamh air òran
a variation of a song
fiamh-ghorm
bua. coi. -ghuirme
1 hue/tinge of blue 2 tinge of fear
tha fiamh de gach taobh air Màiri
Màiri has/gets looks from both sides
Na Biodh Fiamh Oirbh!
Dread Naught/Timor Omnis Abesto! (Clan MacNab motto)
fiamh-ghàireach
bua. coi. -riche
smiling
fiamh-dhathadh
fir. gin. -aidh
(act of) tinting
tha fiamh air ron eaglais
he is in awe of the church
tha fiamh an òir air tunnag nam mandarain
mandarin ducks are golden-hued
fiamh an airgid
silver-hued
tha fiamh is fraoch gu trod air
he is spoiling for a fight (fig.)
Toraidhean Dwelly
fiamh
-a, sm Fear, awe, reverence, trepidation. 2 Hue, colour, aspect, tinge. 3 Chain. 4 Trace. 5 T...an còrr
fiamh
a Ugly, disgusting, horrible.
gàire
sf ind Laugh, laughter, smile. Dèan gàire, laugh; gàire fanaid, a scornful laugh;...an còrr
fèath-ghàire
see fiamh-ghàire.
fiamh-ghàire
†† sm Smile.
tais
-e, a. Moist, damp, dank. 2 Soft, not tempered, as metal. 3 Faint-hearted, timid, not hardy. ...an còrr
gu
conj. That, to the end that. Used to signify a wish or idea, and implies that a sentence whic...an còrr
òrensin
Moladh Mórag, 100. for “orange-an,” oranges, in 'Phoebus 'dath nan tonn ...an còrr
faith-bheadh
† see fiamh.
fèith-ghàire
sf see fiamh-ghàire.
fia-ghàire
see fiamh-ghàire.
fiamh-bhothan
-ain, sm Tent, hut, booth, cottage.
fiamh-ghàireach
-iche, a Smiling.
fiamh-lochd
-an, sm Heinous crime. 2 Fear.
fo-ghàire
sm see fiamh-ghàire.
sgreamh
-eimhe, & -a, sm Loathing, abhorrence, disgust, nausea. 2** Disgusting sight. 3* Thin scu...an còrr

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