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
gaoth /gɯː/
boir. gin. gaoithe, iol. -an
1 wind 2 (with def. art.) flatulence
gaoth /gɯː/
fir. gin. gaoith, iol. -an
1 shallow (esp. estuarine) stream 2 marsh
gaoth chuairteanach
whirlwind
gaoth a tuath, fuachd is feannadh
wind from the North, cold and lashing (weather)
gaoth chothromach
fair/favourable wind
gaoth a deas, teas is toradh
wind from the South, warmth and harvest
a' gearradh le gaoth
cutting and floating seaweed (i.e. so the wind and tide bring it to shore from the skerries)
gaoth a tuath, fuachd is gailleann
wind from the North, cold and storm
gaoth-chuairtein
boir. gin. gaoithe-cuairtein, iol. -an-cuairtein
whirlwind
gaoth pheithreach
hurricane
gaoth an ear, tart is crannadh
wind from the East, drought and withering
gaoth an ear, meas air na crannaibh
wind from the East, fruit on the trees
gaoth an iar, iasg is bainne
wind from the West, fish and milk
gaoth mhór
gale, strong wind
a' buain le gaoth
cutting and floating seaweed (i.e. so the wind and tide bring it to shore from the skerries)
meall gaoithe
gust of wind
chan eil gaoth a shéideas nach dèan feum do chuid-eigin
it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good (fig.)
seòl le gaoth air a tarsainn
reach! (in sailing)
gaoth fo sheòl is sròin coin, dà rud cho fuar 's a tha ann /gɯː fɔ hjɔːL ə sdrɔːN kɔNʲ daː rud xɔ fuər sə hãũN/
wind under sail and a dog's snout, two of the coldest things there are
chan eil ach gaoth ann
1 it's very light, it's light as gossamer (fig.) 2 it's only a bluff (fig.)
gaoth aiteimh
thawing wind
faigh gaoth dheth
catch a whiff of it!
gaoth an ear, teas is toradh
wind from the East, fruit and produce
gaoth-thalamh
fir. gin. -thalmhainn
ground with cavities in it
gaoth charach
whirlwind
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Toraidhean Dwelly
gaoth
gaoithe, pl. -an & gaoithean [Suth'd gaoitean,] sf Wind. 2§ Flatulen...an còrr
gaoth
a. Prudent.
gaoth
sf Dart. 2 Sea. 3 Theft.
àird an ear
-de an ear, sf The East, the east point. Gaoth na h-àirde an ear, the east wind; ...an còrr
àird an iar
-de an iar, sf The West, the west point. Gaoth na h-àirde an iar, the west, wind; a dh...an còrr
gaoth-mheidh
-e, -ean, sf Wind-gauge, anemometer, [better, meidh-ghaoithe].
ath
a Next, again. An ath-uair, the next time, or next hour; san ath-dhoras, in ...an còrr
ceò
gen ceò & ceòtha, pl. ceòtha, sm Mist, vapour, fog. 2* Amazement. 3** ra...an còrr
deas
deise, a South. 2 Right-hand (side). 3 Ready, prepared. 4 Dexterous, skilful, expert. 5 Prope...an còrr
luasgan
-ain, -an, sm Tottering. 2 Jolting or rocking a cradle. 3†† Heaving, tossing. 4...an còrr
stoirmeil
-e, a. Stormy, blowy, keen, tempestuous. 2** Manly. Gaoth stoirmeil, a stormy wind
tréig
pr pt a' tréigsinn, va & n Leave, quit, relinquish, desert, forsake, abandon. 2 Be...an còrr
tuath
a North, northern. An àirde tuath, the North; bhon tuath, from the North ...an còrr
ear
sf ind The East, eastward. Bhon ear, from the East; an ear-thuath, the North-East; ...an còrr
ath-thionndadh
-aidh, sm Second turning. 2 Returning a second time. 3 Causing to turn a second time, 4** Edd...an còrr
Màrt
-àirt, sm Month of March. 2 Tuesday. 3 Time suitable for agricultural work. 4* Busiest time a...an còrr
ainealadh
pr pt A variation of anaileadh. Breathing. Gaoth tuath cho cruaidh ri slait ag ainealadh os c...an còrr
geaslanachd
(DC) sf Divination, foretelling. Geaslanachd na Callainne, the divination of Hogmanay. The di...an còrr
gaoth-thomhaisear
sm Anemometer.
àird-deas
-e-deas, sf The South, the south point. Gaoth na h-àirde-deas, the south wind; a dh'io...an còrr
oiteagach
-aiche, a. Breezy, squally, windy. Gaoth oiteagach, a wind that comes in gusts or squalls....an còrr
soirbheasach
-aiche, a. Prosperous, successful, thriving. 2** Fair, as wind. 3 Breezy. 4 Favourable. Gaoth...an còrr
steud
pr pt a' steudadh, vn Run, run a race. Bu luaithe steudadh e na gaoth, he could run...an còrr
àird-tuath
-e-tuath, sf The North, the north point. Gaoth na h-àirde tuath, the north wind; a dh'...an còrr
taca
see tac. Arran. 2(DMy) Tack of a boat. Gaoth nan seachd tacanan — said of the so...an còrr
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