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!
leum-fada
fir. gin. -a-fhada, iol. -an-fada
long jump
steòpag /ʃdʲɔːhbag/
boir. gin. -aige, iol. -an
girl in a dress/skirt which is too long
riadh long
charter a ship!
Port nan Long
ainm-àite
1 Portnalong (Highld) 2 Newtonferry (Highld)
air a' char bho dheireadh Listen
at long last, in the very end
long-chogaidh
boir. gin. luinge-cogaidh, iol. -an-cogaidh
battleship, warship
tha siùil ris an long
the ship is under sail
tha sraon air
he's in a headlong rush
ann an ùine nach bi fada
soon, before too long, shortly
long-smùide
boir. gin. luinge-smùide, iol. -an-smùide
steamboat
ri mo bheò /rʲi mɔ vjɔː/
as long as I live, in my lifetime
urchair an doill ris an abhainn
1 a long shot 2 a shot in the dark
o chionn fhada an t-saoghail
1 for a very long time 2 since long long ago
dé an t-astar a tha air an long?
how fast does the boat go?
aig a' cheann thall
ultimately, in the long run/end
(chan eil ann ach) bó mhaol odhar no bó odhar mhaol
it's six and two threes, it's as broad as it's long, it's six (of one) or half a dozen (of the other) (fig.)
mu dheireadh is mu dhiù
at long last, finally
mar cheum bà caoile gu buaile feasgar luaineach earraich
unhurried like a languid river, lasting a long time (fig.)
fad o
a long time ago
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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.
trian
sm ind Third part. 2 Particle. 3 Ray. 4 District. Trian a chliù, the third of his fame; ...an còrr
draoidh
-ean, sm Druid, magician. 2 Conjurer. 3 Philosopher. 4†† Morose person.
No direct native ...an còrr
brang
sm Horse's halter. This consists of two bars of wood 12 inches long, connected at one end by ...an còrr
taibhsearachd
sf ind Second sight. 2* Bewildered conduct. [The following is from Armstrong]. At the sight o...an còrr
gealtair
-ean, sm Coward, timid fellow. 'S tric a bha claidheamh fad an làimh gealtair, oft has a l...an còrr
aois-dàna
** s pl Bards, poets. 2 Rehearsers of ancient poetry. 3 Genealogists. 4 Soothsayers. The aois...an còrr
leadan
-ain. -an, sm Teasel — dipsacus sylvestris. 2 Notes in music. 3 Head of ...an còrr
beò
a Alive, living. 2 Quick, lively, sprightly. Am beò e? is he alive? tha e gu math beò,...an còrr
spàg
-àig, -an, sf Claw. 2 Paw. 3 Clubfoot. 4 Limb of an animal. 5** Foot of a cloven- foot...an còrr
muinealach
-aiche, a. Necked. 2 Long necked. 3 Having large jaws.
diù
sm Long time. 2 see diùbhaidh. 3(DU) Care. 4(DU) Sense of shame, modesty, worth. Duine gun di...an còrr
ceann
cinn, sm Head. 2 Point. 3 Hilt. 4 Top. 5 End. 6 Chief, commander. 7 Headland, promontory. 8 E...an còrr
fada
faide, a Long, of great length, the opposite of short. 2 Of long continuance, for a lo...an còrr
acainn
-e, -ean, sf Apparatus, implements, utensils, tackle, tools, appendages of any kind. 2 Salve,...an còrr
srùb
pr pt a' srùbadh, va & n. Suck in or drink any liquid with the teeth set. 2...an còrr
spàgach
-aiche, a. Uttering words indistinctly. 2†† Having a long chin. 3** Folded up, ...an còrr
cead
sm ind Leave, permission, license. 2 Farewell, adieu. Iarr cead, ask liberty or lea...an còrr
partan
-ain, -an, sm Small edible sea-crab of a black colour and 3 or 4 in. long and 2 or 3 in. broa...an còrr
gean
-a, sm Good humour, cheerfuluess. 2 Mood or frame of mind. 3 Favour, love, fondness. 4 Approb...an còrr
cian
adv As long as, while, whilst. An cian, long since, long ago; an cian a bhitheas mi be...an còrr
soirbheas
-eis, sm Prosperity, success. 2 Gentleness, docility. 3 Fair wind on the sea — Skye. 4...an còrr
caladh
-aidh, -aichean [calaidh & calachan] sm Harbour, port, haven, road for ships. 2 Shore. 3 ...an còrr
cian
céine, a Long, tedious, lasting. 2 Vast. 3 Far, distant, remote, foreign, 4** Causing ...an còrr
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