MacFarlane's Dictionary - Section 6

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figh
va.+eadh, weave
fileanta
a. eloquent, fluent, ready of speech
filidh
nm. pl.+ean, poet. Better file
fill
va. +eadh, fold
filleadh
v.n. folding
fine
nf. pl.+achan, clan, tribe, kindred
fneachd
nf.ind. fineness
fnealta
a. -eilte, elegant, fine
fnealtachd
nf.ind. elegance, fineness
fiodh
nm. g.+a, timber, wood
fodhlair
See fdhlear
fiodhull
See fidheall
Fofa
pnm. Fife
fon
nm. g.+a, wine
fionn
a. -a, white, fair
Fionn
pnm. g.v. Fhnn, the principal leader of the Fianns. See Finn
fionnar
a. cool
Fionnlairig
pnf. Finlarig
fionnsgeul
nm. and f. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, fable, romance
for
a. true, genuine, pure : foruisge, pure spring water
forair
nm. cultivated inhabited land
for-eun
nm. eagle. See freun
fios
nm. g.+a, knowledge, information, notice, message
fiosachd
nf.ind. foretelling, divination, fortune-telling
fiosrach
a. well-informed, intelligent
fiosraich
va. inquire, investigate, examine
fir
See fear
fireach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, hill ground, moor, mountain
fireann
a. male, masculine
freantachd
nf.ind. righteousness
freun
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -ein, eagle
frinn
nf. pl.+ean, truth
fitheach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, raven
fi
a. worthy, estimable
fiughair
nf. pl.+ean, earnest expectation, hope : tha fiughair agam ris, I expect him
firan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, straight young tree, a youth
Flnras
pnm. g.v. -ais, Flanders
flapraich
nf. flapping
flath
nm. g.v. flaith; pl. flaithean, chief, prince, noble
flathail
a. noble, stately
fleadh
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, feast, banquet, entertainment
fleasgach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, young man, bachelor
flichneachd
nm.ind. sleet
fliodh
nm. g.+a, chickweed
fliuch
a. fliche, wet
flr
nm. g.v. flir, flour
fo
prep. under, beneath, below, at the foot of
focal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -ail and -lan, word. See facal
fochaid
nf. mocking, scoffing, deriding
fochaideach
a. mocking, scoffing, deriding
fochair
nm. vicinity, presence : am fochair, in the vicinity of
fochann
g.v. -ainn; first shoots of corn (L.Sc. braird)
foclair
nm. pl.+ean, dictionary, vocabulary. See faclair
fodha
prep.pron. under him
fodhad
prep.pron. under you, s.
fodhaibh
prep.pron. under you, pl.
fodhainn
prep.pron. under us
fodham
prep.pron. under me
fodhpa
prep.pron. under them
fgair
va.+t and -radh, expel, banish, chase
fgarrach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, exile
foghainn
vn. -nadh, suffice, serve the purpose
foghainteach
a. sufficient, fit, brave, valorous
foghar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, a tone, vowel
foghar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -aran, autumn, the harvest time
fghluim
vn. -um, learn
fghlum
nm. g.v. -uim, learning, acquired knowledge; teaching, instructing
fghnadh
v.n. serving the purpose, sufficing; also subjunctive mood of foghainn : na dh' fhghnadh dh, what would serve for him
fid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, clod, peat, turf, sod
foidhidinn
nf.ind. patience
foidhidneach
a. patient
foidhpe
prep.pron. under her
foighnich
va. inquire, ask. See faighnich
fil
a. slow, stately; calm, tranquil, gentle, mild
filidh
a. same meaning as fil. See filidh
foill
nf. g.+e, treachery, fraud, deceit
foilleil
a. -eala, treacherous, fraudulent, deceitful
foillsich
va. reveal, publish, disclose, make manifest, declare
foillsichear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, publisher
foinne
nm. pl. foinnean, wart
foinnich
va. temper, as iron
fireigneadh
nm. g.v. -idh, violence, oppression
foirfe
a. perfect
foirfeach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, an elder of the church
firneart
nm. g.v. -eirt, oppression, violence, force
fois
nf. g.+e, leisure, rest, peace
foiseil
a. -eala, restful, peaceful
follus
nm. g. -uis, publicity : am follus, into notice. Also follais
folluiseach
a. public
fonn
nm. g.v. fuinn; pl. fuinn, a tune, an air, good humour
fonn
nm. g.v. fuinn, land
Forchu
pnf. Abhainn Fhorchu, the river Forth
forasach
a. assuming, forward
Forfhair
pnf. Forfar
forfhais
nf. pl.+ean, inquiry, tidings
fortan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, fortune
fortanach
a. fortunate
fosgail
va. -ladh, open
fosgailte
a. opened
fosgladh
v.n. opening
fradharc
nm. g.v. -airc, vision, view, eyesight, sight
fraoch
nm. g.v. fraoich, heath, heather
fras
nf. g. froise; d. frois; pl.+an, shower
freagair
va. +t and -radh, answer
freagairt
nf. pl.+ean, an answer, answering
freagarrach freagrach
answering, suitable; liable
freagradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl.+aidhean, an answer
freasdail
va. -al, attend, wait on
freasdal
nm. g.v. -ail, serving, attending, waiting on
freiceadan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, watch, guard : Am Freiceadan Dubh, the Black Watch
freumh
nm. g.+a; v. fhrimh; pl.+an, root, stock, lineage
frde
nf. pl.+an, animalcule
frioghan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, a bristle
frionas
nm. g.v. -ais, anger, rage
frth
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, forest, deer forest
frith
a. small, trifling; also a prefix meaning `of a lower degree'
frith-bhaile
nm. village, suburb; inflected on the second element
fritheil
va. -ealadh, attend, minister
frithir
nm. rough uninhabited land
frith-rathad
nm. g.v. -aid; pl. -aidean, byeway
frg
nf. g. frige; d. frig; pl.+an, hole, cranny, chink, den, crevice, recess
frgag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, little hole, etc., dim. of frg
froise
See fras
fuachd
nf.ind. cold, coldness
fuadaich
va. expel, drive away
fuadan
nm. g.v. -ain, expulsion, exile
fuaigh
va. +eal, sew, stitch, knit, connect
fuaigheal
v.n. sewing, stitching
fuaighte
a. sewed, stitched
fuaim
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, sound, noise
fuaimneach
a. sounding, sonorous
fuaimneachd
nf.ind. noisiness, sonorousness
fuaire
a. colder
fuar
a. cold
fuaradh-froise
nm. the breeze which precedes a shower; inflected on the first element
fuarag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, meal and water drink
fuaraich
va. and vn. cool, become cool, make cool
fuaran
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, spring well
fuasgail
va. -ladh, untie, loose, free, liberate
fuasgladh
v.n. untying, loosing, freeing, liberating
fuath
nm. g.+a, hatred, aversion, abhorrence, hate
fuathach
a. hateful, abhorrent
fuathas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl. -ais, a fright, a ghost, a great quantity
fuathasach
a. horrible, dreadful, terrible; prodigious
fdar
nm. g.v. -air, powder, gunpowder
fuidh!
fie! shame!
fuigheall
nm. g.v. -ill, remainder
fuighleach
nm. g. -ich; pl. -ichean, leavings, remains, refuse
fuil
nf. g. fola or fala, blood
fuileachd
nf.ind. blood feud, bloodshed
fuileachdach
a. bloody
fuilear
in the phrase : cha'n fhuilear dhomh, I must
fuiling
See fulaing
fuilt
See falt
fuilteach
a. bloody, cruel
fuiltean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, a single hair
fuin
va. bake
fuireach
nm. g. -ich, staying, waiting
fuirich
va. -each, stay
fulaing
va. and vn. suffer, endure, allow, permit
fulang
nm. g.v. -aing; pl.+an, suffering, forbearance, patience, bearing
fulangas
nm. g.v. -ais, suffering, endurance
furan
nm. g.v. -ain, welcome reception, kindly recognisance
furas
nm. g.v. -ais, patience
furasda
a. fusa, fhusa, fasa and fhasa, easy of accomplishment

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g'
for : gu, to
'g
for : ag, at
'ga
for : ag a, at his, at her
g'a
for : gu a, to his, to her
gab
nm. tattling mouth (L.Sc. gab)
gabh
va.+ail, take, receive, admit of, accept, go, proceed : na gabh ort, never let on : ghabh e eagal, he took fright : gabh air t' aghaidh, go on : gabh romhad, get you gone : gabh air, beat him : gabh beachd, take note : ghabh an teine, the fire began to kindle
gbhadh
nm. g. -aidh; pl. -aidhean; danger, peril
gabhail
v.n. taking, receiving, accepting, going, proceeding
gabhar
nf. g. gaibhre; d. -air; pl. -air, goat
gabhar
va. will be taken, etc. See gabh
gach
each, every
gad
nm. g.v. goid; pl. goid, withe, switch, twisted twig
gd
nm. g.+a; v. ghid; pl. gdaichean, iron bar, bar of metal
gadaiche
nm. pl.+an, thief
gadhar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -air, grey-hound, lurcher dog
gg
nf. g.d. gig; pl.+an, cleft, chink, fissure
Gaidheal
pnm. g.v. -eil; pl. -eil, a Gael; Ban-ghaidheal, a Gaelic woman
Gaidhealach
a. Gaelic by race
Gaidhealtachd
nf.ind. Gaeldom, the name of the country occupied by the Gaels, usually termed the Highlands of Scotland
Gidhlig
nf. the language of the Gaels
gidsear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, gauger, excise officer
gailleann
nf. g.d. -inn, wintry weather, storm, tempest
gaineamh
nf. g.d. -imh, sand
gainmheach
nf. g.d. -ich, sand
gainne
nf.ind. want, scarcity
gir
nm. g.+e, outcry, shout, din
gairbh
See garbh
gairbhe
nf.ind. roughness; a. rougher
girdeachas
nm. g.v. -ais, rejoicing, joy
girdean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, arm, fore-arm
gire
nf.ind. a laugh
gireachdaich
nm.ind. laughing
gairge
nf.ind. ferocity, fierceness
gairisinn
nf. detestation, revulsion
gairm
va. call, crow as a cock, proclaim
gairm
nf. g.+e; pl.+eannan, call, proclamation
gaisge
nf.ind. valour, bravery, feats of arms
gaisgeach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, champion, hero, warrior
gaisgeil
a. heroic, valorous
gaithean
See gath
gal
nf.ind. weeping
galar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, disease
Gall
nm. g. Goill; pl. Goill, foreigner, a Scottish Lowlander
galla
nf. pl.+chan, bitch, female dog
gallda
a. foreign, belonging to a strange land, belonging to Lowland Scotland
Galldachd
nf.ind. the country occupied by the non-Gaelic speakers of Scotland, usually termed the Lowlands of Scotland : air a' Ghalldachd, in the Lowlands
gamhainn
nm. g. -na; pl. -na, year-old calf, stirk
gamhlas
nm. g.v. -ais, hatred, spite
'gan
prep.pron.poss. at their
gann
a. scarce, scarcely, rare : mu'n gann, ere scarce
gaoid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, blemish, defect
gaoil
See gaol
gaoir
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, loud noise
gaoisneach
a. hairy, shaggy
gaoith
See gaoth
gaol
nm. g.v. gaoil, love, fondness, beloved object
gaolach
a. loving, beloved, fond
gaoth
nf. g. gaoithe; d. gaoith; pl.+an, wind : gaoth tuath, north wind : gaoth deas, south wind : gaoth an ear, east wind : gaoth an iar, west wind
gaothmhor
a. windy; also, gaothar
gar
va. warm at a fire
gar
proximity : an gar, near
gar
= ged nach, although not : gar an till e, although he should never return
garadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, den, cave
garbh
a. thick, rough, coarse, hoarse, harsh
garbh-chnmhach
a. big-boned
garbh-litir
nf. g. -litreach; pl. -litrichean, capital letter
garg
a. fierce, bitter, tart, acrid, pungent, wrathful
grradair
nm. pl.+ean, gardener
grradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, wall, garden
grradh-droma
nm. march dike; inflected on the first element
grradh-ploc
nm. turf wall; inflected on the first element
gart
nm. g.v. gairt; pl. gairt, enclosure; standing corn
gartan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, garter
grthaich
nf. shouting, roaring, crying
gas
nf. g. gaise; d. gais; pl.+an, stalk, stem of a herb, bough, twig
gasda
a. excellent, splendid, good, first rate
gasg
nm. g.+a; v. ghaisg; pl.+an, tail, appendage
gath
nm. g.+a; v. ghaith; pl.+an or +annan, sting, dart
ge
though, although
ge
for ce, in the phrase : ge b'e, whoever he was, or whatever it was
gadh
nf. g.d. geidh; pl. geidh, goose
geal
a. gile, white
gealach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aich, the moon
gealag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, salmon trout
gealaich
va. whiten
gealbhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, little fire
geall
va. +tainn, promise, pledge
geall
nm. g.v. gill; pl. gill, pledge, bet, wager
geall
nm. desire, love : an geall air, with the mind set upon
gealltainn
v.n. promising
gealtach
a. cowardly
gealtachd
nf.ind. timidity, cowardice
gealtair
nm. pl.+ean, coward
geamhradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, winter
gean
nm. g.+a, good humour, mood, humour
gean-math
nm. good-will; inflected on both elements
gearain
va. gearan, complain
gearan
nm. g. -ain; pl.+an, complaint, discontent, grumbling
gearasdan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, garrison, fort
Gearasdan
in : An Gearasdan pnm. Fort William; contraction for : Gearasdan Ionbhar-lchaidh, the garrison of Inverlochy
gard
nm. g.v. gaird; pl. gaird, guard, defence
Gearmailt
nf. in : A' Ghearmailt pnf. Germany
Gearmailteach
pnm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, a German; a. German, of or belonging to Germany
garr
va. gearradh, cut : gearradh leum, making leaps, cutting capers
garr
a. giorra, short
garr
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, hare
gearran
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, a gelding, garron
geata
nm. g.+idh; pl.+chan, gate
ged
although, though
gig
See geug
gill
vn. yield, submit, obey
geilt
nf. g.+e, fear, terror, dread
geimheal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl. -lean, fetter, chain
geinn
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, wedge
geir
nf. g.+e, tallow, grease, suet
giread
See geurad
gecair
nm. pl.+ean, glutton
gela
nf. pl.+chan, yawl, ship's boat
geug
nf. g.d. gig; pl.+an, branch, bough
geum
nm. g. geuma; pl.+an, low of a cow
geumnaich
nf. lowing of a cow
geur
a. gire, sharp, sharp pointed, acute, shrewd; acrid, bitter, tart, acid, sour
geurad
nm. g. -aid, sharpness, sourness; also giread
geur-inntinneach
a. sharp-witted
geur-leanmhuinn
nf. persecution; inflected on second element
geur-shuileach
a. sharp-eyed
gheibh
va.irr. will get, will find
gibeach
a. rough, hairy, fringed, shaggy
gidheadh
nevertheless, yet; accented on second syllable
Ggean
pnm. g.v. -ein, meaning `dwarfish one'
gil
See geal
gilb
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, chisel
gile
nf.ind. whiteness, fairness
gille
nm. pl.+an, lad, youth, man-servant
gille-carbaid
nm. coachman. Inflected on the first element
gille-mirein
nm. teetotum. Inflected on the first element
gille-ruadh
nm. name for a fox; inflected on both elements
gille-ruith
nm. runner, forerunner; inflected on the first element
gin
va. +tinn, beget
gin
nm. any one; with the negative, no one, nobody, none : gin 'sam bith, any one
gineal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, offspring, race, breed
ginealach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -achan, generation, offspring
gogan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, thistle
giomach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, lobster
giorag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, fear, dread, noise
giorrad
nm. g. -aid, shortness
gilain
va. -an, carry, bear, endure, behave
gilan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, carrying, bearing, enduring, behaviour, conduct; a corpse and its bier
giuthas
nm. g.v. -ais, fir
glac
va. take, seize, catch hold of
glac
nf. g.d. glaic; pl.+an, hollow, valley; hollow of the hand
glacadh
v.n. taking, seizing, catching hold of
glag
nm. g.v. glaig, the noise of anything falling, thud; horse laugh
glag-gire
nm. horse laugh, guffaw; inflected on first element
glaic
nf. g.+e; pl. glacan, valley, hollow; the palm, a grasp
glainead
nf. g.d. -id, cleanness, purity
glais
va. glasadh, lock, secure
glan
a. glaine, clean, clean-limbed, pure
glan
va. clean, cleanse, purify, wipe clean
glaodh
va. +aich, cry, shout, proclaim
glaodh
nm. g.v. glaoidh; pl. glaoidh, a cry, shout
glaodh
nm. g.v. glaoidh, glue, bird-lime
glaodhaich
nm.ind. crying, calling, proclaiming
glas
nf. g. glaise; d. glais; pl.+an, lock, fetter : glas-lmh, handcuff
glas
a. grey
glas
va. and vn. turn grey
Glascho
pnm. Glasgow
gl
very; precedes adj. and asp.con.; gl thric, pretty often
gleac
va. gleac, fight, strive, struggle, wrestle
gleac
nm.ind. fight, strife, struggle, wrestling
gleadhraich
nf. noise, din, rattling
gleann
nm. g. glinne; v. ghlinn; pl.+tan, glen, valley
Gleann-airtnidh
pnm. Glenartney. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-cirn
pnm. Glencairn. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-comhann
pnm. Glencoe. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-dochairt
pnm. Glendochart. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-ite
pnm. Glenetive. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-falach
pnm. Glenfalloch. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-freothainn
pnm. Glenfruin. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-goill
pnm. Glengyle. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-lobhann
pnm. Glenlyon. Inflected on the first element
Gleann-urchaidh
pnm. Glenorchy. Inflected on the first element
glidh
va. keep, retain, preserve, depend
gleus
nm. g. gleis or +a; pl.+an, readiness or preparation, condition, trim; key in music
gleus
va. make ready, put in tune, put in trim, adjust, prepare
gleusda
a. prepared, clever, expert, well-exercised, tidy, trim, attuned, diligent
gleusdachd
nf.ind. preparation, readiness, expertness, alacrity, diligence
glb
nf. g.+e, sleet
glic
a. glioca and glice, wise, prudent
glice
a. wiser, more prudent; also glioca
glinn
See gleann
glioca
a. See glice
gliocas
nm. g.v. -ais, wisdom, prudence
gliog
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, clink, tinkle
gloc
nm. g.v. gloic, clucking, as of a hen
gloine
nf. pl.+achan, glass, a glass
glir
nf. g.+e, glory
glmanaich
nf. dusk of eve (L.Sc. gloamin)
gluais
va. gluasad, move, stir, agitate, put in motion, affect
gluasad
nm. g.v. -aid; pl.+an, moving, movement, motion
glug
nm. g.v. gluig; pl.+an, noise of liquid in a vessel (L.Sc. clunk)
gln
nm. g.v. glin; pl. glinean and glintean, knee, joint of a plant stem, a generation in genealogy
gnth
nm. g.+a; pl.+an or +annan, manner, fashion, custom : mar is gnth, as is customary, according to custom : is gnth leis, it is usual for him
gnthaich
va. practice, use
gnthfhacal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -lan, proverb, a saying
gnths
nm. g.v. gniths, custom, habit; for gnthas
gn
nf.ind. a kind, a sort; nature, quality
gnomh
nm. g.+a; pl.+annan or +arran, deed, action
gnob
nm. g.v. gnoib; pl.+an, hillock, knoll, knob, tumour
gnog
nm. g.v. gnoig; pl.+an, a knock with the knuckles
gnos
nm. g.v. gnois; pl.+an, snout
gnothuch
nm. g.v. -uich; pl. -uichean, business, affair, a matter, circumstance, errand : cha dean e an gnothuch, it won't serve the purpose
gn
a. forbidding, repellant, surly
gnis
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, face, countenance
g
nm.ind. lie, deceit, fault
gob
nm. g.v. guib; pl. guib, beak, bill of a bird
gobach
a. beaked, garrulous, talkative
gobair
nm. pl.+ean, talker, babbler (L.Sc. gabber)
gobha
nm. g.+inn; pl. goibhnean, smith, blacksmith
gobhal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. goibhlean, fork, a forked object, a forked support; the space between the legs
gobhar
See gabhar
gobhar-athair
nm. snipe; inflected on first element
gbhlach
a. forked
gobhlan-gaoithe
nm. g.v. -ain-gh-; pl. -ain-gh-, swallow; inflected on the first element
goc
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, cock of a vessel
godadh
nm. nodding
gog
nm. a. cackle
gogail
nf. cackling
gogan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, small cogue (L.Sc. coggie)
goid
va. steal, pilfer, slip away by stealth
goid
nf. g.+e, stealing, pilfering, slipping away by stealth : air an goid, stolen


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