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
long /Lɔuŋg/
boir. gin. luinge, iol. -an
ship
fada /fadə/
bua. coi. fhaide
1 long 2 far 3 lanky, tall
domhan-fhad
fir. gin. -fhaid, iol. -an
longitude
sìneadh fada
long vowel/consonant
miannaich /miəNɪç/
gn. ag. -nnachadh
1 desire, long for! 2 wish for!
ionndraich /jũːNdrɪç/
gn. ag. -rainn
long for, miss!
sìneadh meadhanach
mid-long vowel or consonant
long-smùide
boir. gin. luinge-smùide, iol. -an-smùide
steamboat
fad-shaoghalach
bua. coi. -aiche
long-lived
gu ceann fada
for a long while
fad-shaoghal
fir. gin. -ail
1 long life 2 longevity
long-lann
boir. gin. -lainn, iol. -an
dockyard
dé cho fad 's a tha d' anail?
how long does your breath last, how much breath have you got?
o chionn beagan ùine
not long ago, recently
rugaid /Rugadʲ/
boir. gin. -e, iol. -ean
long scrawny neck
neach-cuir
fir. iol. luchd-cuir
generic term for someone who puts or places something habitually (esp. sower and person who feeds out/drops a long-line)
an geall air Listen
1 committed/pledged to 2 hanker after, long for
cha robh fad-saoghal an dàn dha
he was not destined to live long
saoghal mór
1 a big world 2 long life
long-bhriste
boir. gin. luinge-briste, iol. -an-briste
shipwreck
cian /kʲian/
bua. coi. céine
1 distant, far off, faraway 2 long, tedious, weary
an aghaidh a bha san ursainn!
yay, you're back, long time no see! (fig.)
fad fuain na h-oidhche
all night long
mu dheireadh thall
at long last, finally, eventually
bruannalach /bruəNəLəx/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aich
long-poled fowling/bird net (attached to a hoop and pole, sometimes known in English by the Faroese name fleygastong or the Icelandic fuglaháfur)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
long
gen luing & luinge, pl. -an, sf Any kind of ship. 2 Three- or four-masted b...an còrr
long
va Destroy, devour. 2 Worry.
caladh
-aidh, -aichean [calaidh & calachan] sm Harbour, port, haven, road for ships. 2 Shore. 3 ...an còrr
fadaich
pr pt a' fadachadh, va Lengthen, extend, stretch out, prolong. 2 Grow long.
cian-fhulangach
-aiche, a Long-suffering. 2** Persevering.
crò
-òtha, -òithean [& -òitean,] sm Circle. 2 Sheep-cot, pen or fold, wattled fold. 3 Stall, ...an còrr
àitich
pr pt ag àiteachadh, va & n Inhabit, dwell, settle. 2 Cultivate, till, improve. 3*...an còrr
foighidneach
-aiche, a Patient, enduring, forbearing, long-suffering.
muinealach
-aiche, a. Necked. 2 Long necked. 3 Having large jaws.
leibideach
-eiche, a. Trifling, mean, worthless, contemptible. 2 Accidental. 3 Awkward. 4 Avaricious. 5 ...an còrr
deargann
-ainn, -nnan, sf Flea. Rinn e luath is deargannan ann, he made ashes and fleas ther...an còrr
dòrn
dùirn, sm Fist. 2 Blow or box with the fist, buffet. 3 Hilt, haft, handle. 4* Hold of an oar....an còrr
bàta
-aichean, sm on land f on sea. Boat, pinnace, barge. Fear bàta, a boatman; bàta...an còrr
beart
beairt, pl beairt [& bearta] sf Machine, engine. 2 Loom, frame. 3 Deed, work, expl...an còrr
rùdhrach
** a. Searching, groping. 2 Scrambling. 3 Long, straight.
galar
-air, pl. -a & -an, sm Disease, distemper, malady. Galar fada is eug 'na bhun, ...an còrr
linn
-ean, -te & -tean, sm Age. 2 Century. 3 Generation. 4 Race, offspring, family. 5 M...an còrr
tarraing
pr pt a' tarraing, va & n. Draw, pull. 2 Draw, attract, allure, lead. 3 Take the l...an còrr
spàg
-àig, -an, sf Claw. 2 Paw. 3 Clubfoot. 4 Limb of an animal. 5** Foot of a cloven- foot...an còrr
céilidh
-ean, sf [m. in some places]. Gossiping, visiting, visit. 2 Sojourning. 3 Pilgrimage. ...an còrr
céin
(an ~) ** adv Far off, far away, afar. 2 Long since. 3 From afar. An céin tha madainn na h-ua...an còrr
driamlach
-aich, -aichean, sf Fishing-line, line for a fishing-rod, made of old from the long hairs of ...an còrr
cas-chrom
cois-chruim, sf The crooked spade, an implement of tillage peculiar to the Highlands, used fo...an còrr
tulg
va & n Rock, toss, roll, oscillate, wave, fluctuate, jostle, swing, jolt, push. 2 Make a ...an còrr
gòbhlachan
¶ -ain, -an, sm Person sitting astride. 2 Crane-fly, daddy long legs. 3 Earwig. 4 Shad (fish)...an còrr
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