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

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Am Faclair Beag
earrach /jaRəx/ Listen
fir. gin. ⁊ iol. -aich
spring (season)
earrach /ɛRəx/
boir. gin. -aich
1 lower end 2 bottom of a dish 3 gutterway
earrach /ɛRəx/
bua. coi. -aiche
1 having a tail, tailed 2 limited, bound(ed)
as t-earrach /əʃˈdʲɛRəx/
in spring
anns an earrach
in spring
as t-earrach nuair bhios a' chaora caol 's am maorach reamhar
beggars can't be choosers (fig.)
geàrr-earrach
bua. coi. -aiche
short-tailed
fad-earrach
bua. coi. -aiche
long-tailed
cho craicte ri geàrr as t-earrach
as mad as a March hare (fig.)
uighean fhaoileag san earrach
1 completely out of season (fig.) 2 totally unbelievable (fig.)
bha Màiri aig baile a shamhradh is a dh'earrach Listen
Màiri was at home in spring and summer
thig earrach gun smeòrach!
waste not want not! (fig.)
's cruaidh an t-earrach anns nach cunntar na faochagan /s kruəj əNʲ tʲɛRəx ãũNs nax kũːNdər nə fɯːxagən/
every cloud has a silver lining (fig.)
dealan-gorm fad-earrach
fir.
long-tailed blue (lampides boeticus)
dealan-gorm geàrr-earrach
fir.
short-tailed blue (cupido argiades)
ceann nathrach is earball peucaige air an earrach
a cold start to Spring followed by sunny weather (fig.)
Dwelly
earrach
-aich, sm Spring (season). [Among the old Gaels it was divided into two parts, Earrach Geamhr...an còrr
earrach
-aiche, sf Bottom of a dish. 2 Lower extremity. 3* Chimb of a tub or cask.
earrach
** a. Tailed. 2 Having a long tail. 3 Limited, bounded. Am bradan earrach, the long-tailed...an còrr
earrach
sm Keel. An Iorram Dharaich.
beart-fhigheadaireachd
-airt-, sf Weaver's loom.
The parts of a weaver's loom are named as follows (see Illus...an còrr
bròg
-òige, brògan, sf Shoe. 2 Hoof 3 By a figure of speech, Foot. 4 Sorrow. 5(DU) Fish-roe...an còrr
cha
negative particle, Not. [Cha aspirates the fut. neg of a verb, also the initial...an còrr
cunnt
pr pt a' cunntadh, va Count, number, reckon, tell, calculate, compute. Am fear nach cu...an còrr
Inid
-e, sf Shrove-tide. DiMàirt na h-Inide, Shrove Tuesday. Inid bheadaidh, said wh...an còrr
Faoilteach
-tich, sm The last fortnight of winter and first fortnight of spring (Old Style), proverbial ...an còrr
math
pl. -a, a. 1st comp feàrr or feabha, 2...an còrr
as
prep (anns) In. [Generally used when speaking of the seasons as — as t-earrach, in t...an còrr
fuairead
-id, sm Coldness, degree of coldness. A' dol am fuairead, growing colder and colder; a...an còrr