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
rathad /Ra.ad/
fir. gin. -aid, iol. -thaidean
1 road 2 way, route
rathad-iarainn
fir. iol. -thaidean-iarainn
railroad, railway
thig gu rathad
1 come to a road! 2 come to/around! (fig.)
leig an rathad le Murchadh
let Murdo go!
gabh rathad
take a road/route!
rach ás an rathad
1 go out of the way! 2 be lost! 3 die! (euphemism)
rathad-beinne
fir. gin. -aid-bheinne, iol. -an-beinne
mountain road
rathad-eigin
co-ghn. neo-ath.
1 some road 2 (adv.) somehow
thuit mi 'nam chlod air an rathad
I fell flat on my face on the road
rathad an isein
the bird walkway (3-4" gap left between bottom edge and the face of a peat bank to avoid the 'thrower' getting dirty)
rathad mór an Rìgh
toll road, tollway, turnpike
chaidh i ás an rathad 9/11
she was/got killed on 9/11
chan eil ràth na rathad air
there's no other way
rathad-mór
fir. gin. -aid-mhóir, iol. -an-móra
highway, major road, highroad
thuit mi 'nam phliachd air an rathad
I fell flat on my face on the road
studaig mi a dhol rathad eile
I considered going on/taking another road
rathad nan caorach
sheep track
mór-rathad
fir. gin. -aid, iol. -an
motorway, highway, expressway
thairis air an rathad
across/over the road
rach anns an rathad orm
get in my way!
tha rathad a' chladaich ann am bùrach
the coastal road is in a mess
tha e deiseil air rathad
it's close to a road
na rach 'na rathad
don't go near him!
thig 'nad rathad
come your way!
neach-rathad
fir. iol. luchd-rathad
road builder, builder of roads
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Toraidhean Dwelly
rathad
-aid, pl. -an & -aidean, sm Road, way, highway. 2 Path, track. 3* Method. Rathad m...an còrr
bochdainn
sf ind Poverty. 2 Trouble. 3 Mischief. 4 Bad luck. 5** Mishap. 6 The Devil. Chuir sin e gus a...an còrr
buan
buaine, a. Lasting, durable. 2 Long, tedious. 3 Hardy, tough. Cruaidh mar an fhraoch, buan ma...an còrr
seachranach
-aiche, a. Straying, going astray, wandering. 2 Apt to wander or go astray. 3 Misleading, cau...an còrr
còmhnard
-airde, a Level, plain, even, equal, smooth. Rathad còmhnard, a level road; siù...an còrr
seach-rathad
-aid, -an, sm Byway.
dealachadh
-aidh, sm Parting, separating. 2 Act of parting, separation, division. 3 Space. 4‡...an còrr
fada
faide, a Long, of great length, the opposite of short. 2 Of long continuance, for a lo...an còrr
frith-rathad
-aid, pl. -thadan & -aidean, sm Byroad. 2 Footpath. 3 Shortcut, near way.
seòl
pr pt a' seòladh, va Sail. 2 Navigate, guide a vessel. 3 Float. 4. Direct, guide, cond...an còrr
sìos
adv Down, downwards (from one) —down towards one is a-nuas. 2 (shìos) Resting be...an còrr
teann
pr pt a' teannadh, va & n. Move, stir, proceed, go, approach, come. 2 Fall ...an còrr
thug
past ind of tabhair. Gave. 2‡ Brought. Thug e dhomh e, he gave it to me; thug e...an còrr
soirbheas
-eis, sm Prosperity, success. 2 Gentleness, docility. 3 Fair wind on the sea — Skye. 4...an còrr
gabh
pr pt a' gabhail, va & n.
Some idiomatic connections of
gabh grouped under ...an còrr
gàd
-a, -aichean, sm Iron bar. 2 Large, thick piece of anything. 3* Stalk. 4 Inherent propensity,...an còrr
dèan
v. irreg. Do, make, act, work, perform. 2* Suppose, imagine, think.
Conjugated thus - ...an còrr
rathad-iarainn
sm Railway, railroad.
réitich
va & n. Reconcile, conciliate. 2 Agree upon, ratify. 3 Adjust, determine, regulate, set i...an còrr
coimhlion
adv As many as. 2 As often as. 3 Equal in number. [When aspirated it signifies “such a ...an còrr
cruaidh-rathad
-aid, sm Hard road. 2 Causeway.
frith-rod
see frith-rathad.
gorm-rathad
sm Green path. 2 Passage through the sea, track of a ship on the water.
gorm-ròd
prov. for gorm-rathad.
gròilleach
(DMu) a. Muddy. Tha an rathad glé ghròilleach, the road is very muddy — Black Isle....an còrr
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