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
tuath (a tuath) /tuə/
bua. coi. tuaithe
1 North 2 (as a tuath) northern
tuath /tuə/
boir. gin. -a
1 folk 2 peasantry, tenantry 3 laity, lay people 4 country(side) 5 farm
tuath 's an ear-thuath (TETh)
north-northeast (NNE)
tuath 's an iar-thuath (TITh)
north-northwest (NNW)
(gu) tuath air Barraigh /gə tuə ɛrʲ baRaj/
North of Barra
a' dol a tuath
going north
a' dol gu tuath
going north
tuagh /tuəɣ/
boir. gin. tuaighe, iol. -an
axe
gaoth a tuath, fuachd is feannadh
wind from the North, cold and lashing (weather)
An Taobh Tuath
ainm-àite
Northton (W Isls)
a' tighinn on tuath
coming from the north
tuath 's a bhith an ear
north by east
gu tuath
northward(s)
tuath chearc
hen/chicken farm
an iar 's a bhith tuath
west by north
Sgreapadal a Tuath /sgrʲɛhbədəL/
ainm-àite fir. gin. -ail
North Screapadal (Highld)
tuath-ghaoithe
boir. gin. -a-gaoithe, iol. -an-gaoithe
windfarm
gaoth a tuath, fuachd is gailleann
wind from the North, cold and storm
shuas aig tuath
up north
gaoth a tuath, fuachd is cranndachd
wind from the North, cold and withering cold
aiteamh na gaoithe tuath, a' cur gu luath air a muin
disimprove something, to make a bad situation worse (fig.)
aiteamh na gaoithe tuath, tuilleadh sneachda air a muin
disimprove something, to make a bad situation worse (fig.)
Siorrachd Àir a Tuath
ainm-àite
North Ayrshire
neach-tuatha (luchd na tuatha)
fir.
1 peasant 2 (in pl.) peasant folk, peasantry
An Cuan a Tuath
ainm-àite gin. a' Chuain a Tuath
The North Sea
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Toraidhean Dwelly
tuath
a North, northern. An àirde tuath, the North; bhon tuath, from the North ...an còrr
tuath
-a, sf coll Tenantry, peasantry, laity, country people, husbandmen, aggregate number of any l...an còrr
ás
prep Out of, from out. [Ás drops the s when followed by a consonant]. á taigh na daors...an còrr
beus
-a, -an, sf Moral qualities or manners, whether good or bad, virtue. 2 Behaviour, deeds, cust...an còrr
mu
prep. About, around. 2 Of. concerning. 3 On account of, for. Mun cuairt, about, round abou...an còrr
sgairt
-e, -ean, sf Loud cry, roar or shout. 2 Shriek. 3 Strength, vigour, activity, bustle. 4 The m...an còrr
sìos
adv Down, downwards (from one) —down towards one is a-nuas. 2 (shìos) Resting be...an còrr
gu
prep. To, towards. Cuiridh mi litir thugad, I will send a letter to you; thuige is bhu...an còrr
aiteamh
-eimh, sm Thaw, fresh weather. Tha an latha ris an aiteamh, it is thawing; aiteamh ...an còrr
ainealadh
pr pt A variation of anaileadh. Breathing. Gaoth tuath cho cruaidh ri slait ag ainealadh os c...an còrr
geaslanachd
(DC) sf Divination, foretelling. Geaslanachd na Callainne, the divination of Hogmanay. The di...an còrr
àird-tuath
-e-tuath, sf The North, the north point. Gaoth na h-àirde tuath, the north wind; a dh'...an còrr
bean-tuath
see ban-tuathanach.
cruithin-tuath
† ‡‡ s. The Pictish nation.
tuaith
inflection of tuath.
tuath-cheatharna
** sf Yeomanry. 2 Peasantry, common people. Neach dhen tuath-cheatharna, one of the common...an còrr
tuath-fhras
** -ais, sm Northern blast.
tuath-ghaoth
** -ghaoithe, sf North wind.
tuath-ghaothach
** a Aquilonial, {pertaining to the north wind}. Mìos tuath-ghaothach, an aquilonia...an còrr
uadh-
(tuath) prefix signifying dread.

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