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Faclair Gàidhlig is Beurla le Dwelly 'na bhroinn
An English - Scottish Gaelic dictionary incorporating Dwelly

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Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
darach /darəx/
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aich
1 oak (genus quercus) 2 oak (various members of the Australian casuarina) 3 (in adj. usage) oaken, made of oak 4 ship (poetic)
bàta-teasairginn Listen
fir. iol. -ichean-teasairginn
1 lifeboat 2 rescue ship
long-chogaidh
boir. gin. luinge-cogaidh, iol. -an-cogaidh
battleship, warship
cuir àird air
get it (into) shipshape, put it in good order!
long fo aodach
a ship under sail
bàta-carago
fir. iol. -ichean-carago
cargo ship
gaiseadh na làimhne agus mùthadh a' chorrain
false economy, spoil the ship for a ha'porth of tar (fig.)
riadh long
charter a ship!
long /Lɔuŋg/
boir. gin. luinge, iol. -an
ship
long-fhànais
boir. gin. luinge-fànais, iol. -an-fànais
spaceship
bàta-smùide (bàta na smùide) Listen
fir. iol. -ichean-smùide
steamship
seann-strìopach de bhàta
rustbucket, coffin ship (fig.)
chan fheàrr an gèadh na a shailleadh
a ship is no better than its crew (fig.)
's mi gun darach
and I without a ship (poetic)
tha siùil ris an long
the ship is under sail
neach-bhàtaichean
fir. iol. luchd-bhàtaichean
shipowner
bàta-cruidh
fir. iol. -ichean-cruidh
cattle ship, livestock carrier
bàta-cogaidh
fir. iol. -ichean-cogaidh
battleship, warship
soitheach /sɤ.əx/
fir. gin. -thich, iol. -thichean
1 container, vessel 2 pitcher 3 dish 4 ship, vessel 5 (in pl.) cruets
's olc an comharra air a' chreig na h-eòin a bhith a' falbh aiste /sɔLxg əŋ kohəRə ɛrʲ ə xrʲegʲ nə hjɔːNʲ ə vi faLav aʃdʲə/
the rats leaving the sinking ship is a bad sign (fig.)
thoir long gu port
take a ship to port!
tilg long an ceann
heave a ship to!
long-thogail
boir. gin. -galach
shipbuilding
leig ri cuan ann an long
set sail in a ship!
long na h-éideadh slàn
a fully rigged ship
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Toraidhean Dwelly
abhsadh
-aidh, -ean, sm Down-haul or slackening of a sail. 2 Jerk. 3 The whole canvas of a boat or sh...an còrr
tulg
va & n Rock, toss, roll, oscillate, wave, fluctuate, jostle, swing, jolt, push. 2 Make a ...an còrr
deireadh
-ridh, -ridhean, sm End, conclusion. 2 The end, rear, hindmost part of anything. 3 Stern of a...an còrr
àitich
pr pt ag àiteachadh, va & n Inhabit, dwell, settle. 2 Cultivate, till, improve. 3*...an còrr
aon
aoin, a One. 2 Alone. 3 Same. 4 Only. 5 Ace. [Aspirates noun following except one beginning w...an còrr
clàr
-àir, pl. clàir and clàran, sm Any smooth surface or plane. 2 Stave, in music. ...an còrr
gabhail
-alach, -alaichean, sf & sm Portion of work performed by cattle at one yoking. 2 Lease, f...an còrr
cuir
pr pt a' cur [& a' curadh, **] va Put, place. 2 Lay. 3 Send. 4 Invite. 5 Sow. 6 Ac...an còrr
iadhadh
-aidh, sm Surrounding, act of surrounding, enclosing. 2 Binding. 3 Overtaking. 4 Meandering, ...an còrr
beart
beairt, pl beairt [& bearta] sf Machine, engine. 2 Loom, frame. 3 Deed, work, expl...an còrr
toiseach
-sich, -sichean, sm. Beginning, the beginning, origin, source. 2 Front, van. 3 Precedence, pr...an còrr
bheir
fut aff of tabhair or thoir. Có a bheir còmhrag? who will give battle? b...an còrr
fuar
va Get ahead, get before the wind of another ship or boat. 2 Get to windward of a point. Feuc...an còrr
long
gen luing & luinge, pl. -an, sf Any kind of ship. 2 Three- or four-masted b...an còrr
srann
-ainn & -a, pl. -an, sf Snore, snorting. 2 Whizzing or whistling sound. 3 Whistlin...an còrr
gabh
pr pt a' gabhail, va & n.
Some idiomatic connections of
gabh grouped under ...an còrr
gaoth
gaoithe, pl. -an & gaoithean [Suth'd gaoitean,] sf Wind. 2§ Flatulen...an còrr
eadar
prep. [Governs a substantive in the nominative. Combined with the personal pronouns thus:...an còrr
soitheach
-ich, -ichean, sm Vessel of any kind in which meat, liquors.or anything is placed. 2 Ship of ...an còrr
crannag
-aig, -an, sf Pulpit. 2 Round top of a Mast. 3 Cross-trees of a ship. 4 Hamper. 5 Fillet used...an còrr
caladh
-aidh, -aichean [calaidh & calachan] sm Harbour, port, haven, road for ships. 2 Shore. 3 ...an còrr
thuige
prep pron To him, towards him. Thàinig i thuige, (as a ship) she came to, (as anything els...an còrr
ceàrn
-a, -an, sf Corner, quarter, region. 2 Kitchen. 3‡‡ Man. †4‡‡ Victory. 5‡‡ Expense. 6‡‡ Hold ...an còrr
caith
pr pt a' caitheamh & caitheadh, vn & a Spend, wear, consume, exhaust. 2...an còrr
calpa
pl. -an [& -annan] sm Calf of the leg. 2 Pillar. 3 Tier or ply of a rope or cable....an còrr
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