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
rinn /RiːNʲ/
boir. gin. -e, iol. -ean
1 headland, promontory, r(h)inn 2 acumen 3 apex, vertex, point (also of a fishing hook)
ri /rʲi/ Listen
roi. (ris; rium, riut, ris, rithe, rinn, ribh, riutha)
1 against 2 busy with, engaged in 3 to 4 than
rinn snàthaid
point of a needle
dèan /dʲian/ Listen
gn. ag. -amh
1 do, make! 2 equal! (in maths)
rinn an ruisg
eyebright (euphrasia officinalis)
's math a rinn thu!
well done!
cha d'fhuair mi sibhin airson na rinn mi dha
I didn't get anything for what I did for him
cha b' e ceannach a rinn i
she inherited that (fig.)
chan eil dì-rinn de dh'fheum ann
it's completely useless, it has no use whatsoever
carson a rinn thu sin? airson siud fhéin!
why did you do that? just because!
cha do rinn sin sibhin a dh'fheum do Chalum /xa də rɤiNʲ ʃin ʃifin ə ʝeːm də xaLəm/
that hasn't done Calum one bit/iota of good
cha do rinn theab càil a-riamh
near enough is not good enough (fig.)
rinn an crodh cnàmhag dheth
the cattle damaged the crops
cha duirt e hum no ham rinn
he didn't speak a syllable/word to us
tha e a' tàmailteachadh an dìol a rinn e orra
he's ashamed about what he did to them
Siorrachd Rinn Friù
ainm-àite
Renfrewshire
rinn mi poidhleachan de bhiadh
I made a hastily done meal, I threw a meal together
maille ri /maLʲə rʲɪ/
roi. (maille rium/riut/ris/rithe/rinn/ribh/riutha)
together with, alongside
cha do rinn e fiach hó-ró
he did absolutely nothing, he did zilch
rinn i sgaimichd dheth
she made a mess of it, she botched it up
thig cuide rinn
come along with us!
rinn e iochdladh turaidh
there was a really short dry spell
ma rinn thu an dàrna cuid, faodaidh tu an rud eile a dhèanamh
if you did that, you might as well do the other thing
cha do rinn i ach fiach a tòn a thachas
she did bugger/fuck all (fig.)
neo-dhèan
gn. ag. -amh
1 annul! 2 undo! (also in computing)
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Toraidhean Dwelly
rinn
past ind of dèan, rinn iad sinn, they did that; is olc a rinn thu! how badly you ac...an còrr
rinn
-e, -ean, sf Acumen, acumination. 2 Promontory, point. 3 Planet (reann). 4** Music. 5** Barb....an còrr
rinn
prep pron see ruinn.
ach
conj But, except, besides. Ach mise, but me; cha do rinn neach ach thusa e, none bu...an còrr
aifreann
-rinn or -rinne, sm Mass in the Church of Rome. 2 Chapel. MacEachen gives -ean ...an còrr
cuid
irreg. sf Declined thus:— ...an còrr
deasachadh
-aidh, sm Preparation, dressing. 2 Act of preparing or dressing. 3 Baking. 4 Batch of bread. ...an còrr
fuil
gen sing fala, dat. fuil, voc. 'fhuil! sf Blood. 2 Family, tribe, kindre...an còrr
dìg
-e, -eachan, sf Ditch, drain. 2 Mound to keep out an inundation. 3 Wall of loose stones, dike...an còrr
bàsaich
pr pt a' bàsachadh, vn Die (as an animal), perish. 2 Starve. 3 Wither, as a plant. 4 G...an còrr

sf irreg. Cow. 2** rarely fawn. Declined thus: —...an còrr
uasal
uaisle, a Noble, gentle, well-born. 2 Genteel, polite. 3 Proud. 4 Elegant, fine. 5 Precious, ...an còrr
dùsal
-ail, sm see dùiseal. 2(AC) Quirk. 3 Dust, dustiness. Rinn iad dùsal, they slept.
gàradh
-aidh, pl. -aidhean, -aidhnean, & garachan, sm Garden. 2 Wall, dyke. 3 Mound. 4** ...an còrr
bothan
-ain, sm Cottage, hut, tent, booth, bower, bothie. Bothan am fasgadh nam fuar-bheann, a hu...an còrr
buidheann
[-einn &] buidhne, pl. buidhnean [& buidhnichean], sf Company, troop, band, pa...an còrr
lùbadh
-aidh, sm Act or state of bending, bowing or inclining. 2 Winding, meandering. 3 Yielding, ac...an còrr
caigeann
-inn, -an [& caignichean,] sf Pair, couple, brace, (used only of animals and when bound t...an còrr
sùil
gen sing sùl & sùla, dat. sùil, voc. a shùil! npl sùilean, genpl ...an còrr
ultach
-aich, -aichean, sm Burden carried within the fold or grasp of the arms, armful. 2 Lap...an còrr
ùmhlachd
sf Obedience. 2 Humility, obsequiousness. 3 Meekness. 4 Obeisance, salutation, homage. 5** Su...an còrr
eòlach
-aiche, a. Knowing, acquainted, cunning, skilled, expert. 2* Intelligent. Tha mi eòlach air, ...an còrr
cheana
adv. Already, before now. 2 Indeed — W. of Ross. Rinn e sin a cheana, he ha...an còrr
deòin
-e, sf Accord, assent, will, purpose. A dheòin, willingly; 'am (= do m') dheòin...an còrr
còir
irreg. s declined thus: —...an còrr
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