MacFarlane's Dictionary - Section 10

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putag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, oar pin, thowl
putan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a button
puth
nf.ind. pl.+an, a puff
puthag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a little puff

R

'r
for : ar, our; after prep. ending in vow.
'r
for : ur, your; after prep. ending in vow.
r'
for ri, to, towards; before poss.pron. beginning with vowel
ra
for ro, q.v.
rabhadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, a warning, advertisement
rc
nm. g.v. ric; pl.+an, rake
rc
nm. g.v. ric, the call of a duck, quack
rach
va.irr. go, proceed
radan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, rat
rdh
nm. g.v. ridh; pl. ridhean, saying, word, adage
radharc
nm. g.v. -airc, sight, power of vision, view, prospect
ra-dorcha
nm. the time of the moon's being in the wane
rag
a. stiff, rigid, benumbed, obstinate, inflexible, disinclined
ragaich
va. and vn. stiffen, make stiff, become stiff
raineach
nf. g.d. -ich, fern, brackens; also, roineach
rinig
va.irr. reached, arrived, came
rith
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, quarter of a year
ritheil
a. quarterly
rmh
nm. g.v. rimh, pl.+an, oar
rmhach
a. oared, fitted with oars
rmhachd
nf.ind. rowing
rmhair
nm. pl.+ean, rower
rn
nm. g.v. rin; pl. rin, roar, loud cry
rn
va.+aich, roar, cry out
rnaich
nf. roaring
rann
nf. g.d. roinn; pl.+an, part, portion, division, section, verse
rannsaich
va. search, scrutinize, examine minutely
ranntachd
nf.ind. poetising, versification
raoir
in : an raoir, last night (L.Sc. yestreen)
raoitearachd
nf.ind. carousing
raon
nf. g.d. raoin; pl. raointean, field, plain, a green
Raonall
pnm. g.v. -aill, Ronald
rsdail
va. -aladh, rake, harrow
rsdal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, rake
rath
nm. g.+a; v. raith, prosperity, luck, advantage
rth
nm. g.+a; v. rith; pl.+an, raft
rathad
nm. g.v. -aid; pl. -aidean, road, way, direction
rathail
a. prosperous
rthan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, surety : chaidh e an rthan air, he became surety for him
Rath-thuaidhe
pnm. Rahoy
r
nm. time, season, space of time, duration of time, lifetime; during
r
nf.ind. the moon
reabhairt
nf. pl.+ean, the time of spring-tide
reachd
nm. pl.+an, law, statute, ordinance, act, regulation
reamhar
a. fat, plump, thick, gross
reamhraich
va. and vn. fatten, become fat
reannag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, star; also, rionnag
reasd
nm. arrestment
reasgach
a. stubborn, perverse, irascible, restive
reic
va. reic, sell
reic
nm. sale, selling
reiceadair
nm. pl.+ean, seller, vendor, salesman
ridh
a. plain, level, smooth, uninterrupted, ready, arranged
ridheachd
nf.ind. plainness, state of being level, smoothness, readiness, state of being arranged
ridhlean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, a green, level plain
rir
in : do rir, a rir, according to, as, like as : ma rir, free
ris
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a race
ris
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a span
risimeid
nf. pl.+ean, regiment
rite
nf. pl.+an, concord, agreement, reconciliation, marriage contract
riteachd
nf.ind. state of being reconciled, disentangled or settled
reithe
nm. pl.+achan, a ram
ritich
va. and vn. reconcile, conciliate, ratify, set in order, disentangle, settle, settle terms of marriage
reodhadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, frost, freezing, or causing to freeze
reodh
va. and vn. freeze, become frozen
reub
va. tear, rend, mangle, abuse
reubainn
nf. rapine, robbery
reubair
nm. pl.+ean, robber, violent person, despoiler
reubal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -ail, rebel
reubalach
a. rebellious
reudan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, timber moth
reul
nf. g.d. ril; pl.+tan, star
reul-iil
nf. guiding star; inflected on the first element
reultair
nm. pl.+ean, astronomer
reusan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a reason, cause
reusanta
a. reasoned, reasonable
ri
prep. to, towards, against, engaged at : cho math ri sin, as good as that, as well as that
riabhach
a. brindled, grizzled
riabhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, woodlark, hedge sparrow
riach
va. cut the surface, graze the skin
riadh
nm. g.v. ridh, interest of money
riaghail
va. -ladh, rule, govern, regulate
riaghailt
nf. pl.+ean, a rule, regulation
riaghladh
nm. ruling, governing, regulating
riaghlair
nm. pl.+ean, ruler, governor
riamh
ever, before, always; used only of past time : bha e riamh mar sin, he was ever so : cha robh mi riamh an so, I was never here before
rian
nm. pl.+an, order, arrangement, mode
rianaich
va. arrange, distribute
riar
nm. g.v. rir, pleasure, will, inclination, desire
riaraich
va. satisfy, distribute, share
rib
va. ensnare
ribe
nm. pl.+achan, a tatter, rag, snare
ribeag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, little tatter, rag, or bunch of hair; tassel
ribheid
nf. pl.+ean, reed of a musical instrument
rbhinn
See rghinn
ridir
nm. pl.+ean, knight
rgh
nm. pl.+rean, king
rgh-chathair
nf. -rach; pl. -raichean, throne
righe
nm. pl.+an, the forearm
righil
va. dance, reel; nf. g. -le; pl. -leachan, a dance, reel; also, ruidhle
righinn
a. tough, elastic, adhesive, flexible; dilatory, pliant, tenacious
rghinn
nf. g. -ne; pl. -nean, nymph, young lady
rghnich
va. and vn. make tough, become tough, make adhesive, become adhesive, prolong the time
rinn
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, point, sharp edge
rinn
va.irr. did, made
riob
nm. g.+a; pl.+achan, a rag, tuft of hair
riochd
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, likeness, form, appearance, state, condition
riochdaich
va. personate, represent
roghachd
nf. pl.+an, kingdom
roghail
a. royal, kingly
roghalachd
nf.ind. royalty
romhach
a. richly adorned, fine, costly, handsome, elegant
romhadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, finery, richness of raiment
rionnach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, mackerel
rreadh
in : da rreadh, truly, actually, indeed
ris
prep. to, towards; see ri; precedes the art.
ris
prep.pron. towards him : a chasan ris, his feet exposed : leig ris e, expose it, discover it, lay it open
rs
for : rithis, a rithis, again
rithe
prep.pron. towards her
rithis
again. See rs
ri
for riutha, prep.pron. towards them
riut
prep.pron. towards you : c bha riut, who was meddling you?
ro ro-
very, rather, exceedingly : ro mhaith, very good; precedes adj. mostly, and aspirates con. following it
Rob
pnm. for Roibeart, Robert
robair
nm. pl.+ean, robber
robh
sv.irr. was, were; = ro-bha, and is the form which follows verbal part. and prep. : cha robh, was not : an robh, was ...? : nach robh, was ... not?
rcas
and rcais nf. g.d. -ais; pl.+an and +ean, rook, a crow
ro-chlireach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, over-learned person
roghainn
nm. pl.+ean, choice, selection, choosing, the best of anything
roghnaich
va. choose, select
Roibeart
pnm. g.v. -eirt, Robert
ric
va. tear
ric
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, a rough, unrefined feast
riceach
a. given to rough feasting
roid
nf. g.+e, bogmyrtle
roid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, short race, such as that before a leap
roimh
prep. before (in respect of place, or position), before (in respect of time); in preference to : roimh limh, before-hand
roimhe
prep.pron. before him; before, before now, formerly, previously
Rimh
pnf. g.+e, Rome
roimpe
prep.pron. before her
rin
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a hair
rineag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a little hair
roinn
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a share, portion, division, section : air an aon roinn, in the same category
roinn
va. roinn, divide, impart, distribute
rmach
a. hairy, towsy
romhad
prep.pron. before you, s.
romhaibh
prep.pron. before you, pl.
romhainn
prep.pron. before us
romham
prep.pron. before me
rompa
prep.pron. before them
rn
nm. g.v. rin; pl. rin, a seal or sea-calf
ronn
nm. g.v. roinn; pl.+an, slaver, spittle
ronnach
a. viscous, glutinous, slimy
rpa
nm. pl.+n, rope
rs
nm. g.v. ris; pl.+an, a rose
ros
nm. g.v. rois; pl.+an, promontory or isthmus
rosg
nm. g.v. ruisg; pl.+an, eyelid, eyelash
Ros-neothaich
pnm. Roseneath
roth
nm. g.+a; v. roith; pl.+an, a wheel
r
nm.ind. the plant rue
ruadh
a. reddish, red-haired
ruadhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, young hind or roe
ruadh-bhoc
nm. g.v. -bhuic; pl.+an and -bhuic, roebuck
ruadh-dhonn
a. reddish brown
ruag
va. pursue, put to flight
ruagadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, chasing, pursuing
ruaidh
See ruadh
ruaig
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a pursuit, a flight, defeat
ruaimleach
a. muddy, as water (L.Sc. drumlie)
ruamhair
va. ruamhar, delve, dig with a spade
ruathar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, violent onset, fierce attack
rubha
nm. pl.+chan, point of land jutting into the sea, promontory, cape, headland
ruc
nm. g.v. ruic; pl.+an and +annan, rick of hay or corn
rud
nm. g.v. ruid; pl.+an, thing, matter, circumstance : rudeiginn, something : rud beag, somewhat
rdan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a knuckle
rudha
See rubha
rudha
nm. g.v.+idh; a blush, bloom, ruddiness of complexion
rdhraich
va. search for, grope
rug
va.irr. caught, bore
rugadh
va.irr. was born, was caught
ruideas
nm. g.v. -eis, frisking, capering
ruig
va.+heachd and +sinn, reach, extend to, arrive at, attain to : cha ruig mi leas, I need not
ruig
in : gu ruig, to, so far as, until
ruigheachd
nf.ind. reaching, extending to, arriving at, attaining to
ruigsinn
nf.ind. same meaning as ruigheachd
rin
See rn
ruinn
prep.pron. towards us
risg
va. rsgadh, bare, strip, peel, bark, shear, disclose
ruiteach
a. ruddy
ruith
va. ruith, run, flow as a stream : 'na ruith, running
rm
nm. g.v. rim; pl.+annan, room, place, space; a room, chamber
rn
nm. g.v. rin; pl. rintean, intention, purpose, secret, love : sgeul rin, secret story : tha rn orm, I purpose or intend
rnaich
va. and vn. resolve, purpose, incline, wish
rnair
nm. pl.+ean, secretary
rn-chlireach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, secretary
rn-domhair
nm. g.v. rin-; pl. rintean-, secret purpose, mystery
rraich
va. search diligently, rummage
rsg
nm. g.v. risg; pl.+an, external covering, rind, skin, husk, fleece, bark of tree

S

's
for : is, it is
's
for : is, and
-s'
for : -sa and -se
-sa
emph. postfix
'sa
for : anns a', in the
sbaid
nf. pl.+ean, the Sabbath
sabaid
nf. pl.+ean, brawl, fight, tussle
sbh
nm. g.v. sibh; pl.+an, a saw
sbh
nm. g.v. sibh; pl.+an, salve
sbh
va. saw
sbhadair
nm. pl.+ean, sawyer
sbhail
va. save, rescue
sbhailte
a. safe, rescued
sabhal sabhull
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. saibhlean, barn
sac
nm. g.v. saic; pl.+an and saic, sack, bag
sacaich
va. load, lay on as a burden
sad
nm. g.v. said; dust shaken out of anything, smart blow
sad
va. shake, thump, or brush off dust
sagart
nm. g.v. -airt; pl.+an, priest
sibhir
a. rich, wealthy
sibhreas
nm. wealth, opulence, affluence, riches
saidh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, upright beam; the part of a blade which is inserted into a handle
saidhe
nf. hay
saighdear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, soldier
saighead
nf. g. saighde; d. saighid; pl. saighdean, arrow, dart
sail
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, beam
sil
nf. g. slach; pl.+tean, heel
silean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, little inlet or arm of the sea
saill
nf. g.+e, fat, fatness, blubber
saill
va. salt, season, cure, pickle
saillear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, salt cellar; cask
saillte
a. salted, pickled
siltean
See sil
sl
nm. g. sile; v. shil, the sea as salt water
sal
nm. g.v. sail; filth, dross, refuse, scum
salach
a. sailche, dirty, filthy, foul, nasty, unclean
salachar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, filth, nastiness, impurity
salaich
va. defile, pollute, sully, render dirty
salann
nm. g.v. -ainn, salt
salm
nf. g.d. sailm; pl. sailm, psalm
saltair
va.+t, tread, trample
saltairt
nf.ind. treading, trampling
'sam
for : anns am, in whom, in which : 'sam bith, at all; literally, in the world
smhach
a. quiet, still, calm, peaceful
samhach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, wooden haft or handle, as of a hammer or axe
samhail
nf. g. samhla; pl.+ean, likeness, image, copy
smhchair
nf. quietness, tranquility
samhladh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, likeness, resemblance, example, pattern, copy
samhlaich
va. compare, liken
samhainn
nf. g. samhna, Hallowtide
samhradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, summer
'san
for : anns an, in the
-san
emph. postfix
sanas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, hint, warning
sannt
nm. g.v. sainnt, desire, covetousness, greed
sanntach
a. covetous, greedy, desirous
sanntaich
va. covet, desire, long for
saobh
a. foolish, wrong, silly, erroneous : saobh-chreideamh, superstition
saod
nm. g.v. saoid, care, attention, state, condition, journey; also : seud for journey
saodaich
va. drive flocks or cattle to pasture, tend, take care of
saoghal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, world, an age, lifetime
saoghalta
a. worldly, penurious
saoi
nm. pl. -dhean, good, worthy person; magnanimous man; learned man, warrior, scholar
saoil
vn.+sinn, think, suppose, imagine, deem
saoilsinn
nf. thinking, supposing, imagining, deeming
saoire
a. more free, cheaper, etc. See saor
saor
a. free, unrestrained, gratuitous, cheap, frank, easily split or broken as wood or stone
saor
va. free, deliver, rescue, save, redeem, set at liberty, cheapen
saor
nm. g.v. saoir; pl. saoir, wright, carpenter
saorsa
nf.ind. liberty, freedom, deliverance, redemption
saothair
nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, labour, toil, work, pains, trouble
saothraich
va. labour, work, toil, bestow pains
sr
excellent; used mostly as a pref. to n. and adj. : sr-mhath, exceedingly good
sr
nm. g.v. sir; pl. sir, hero
sraich
va. oppress, harass, fatigue, wrong, injure, tire
ss
nm. g. sis, straits, difficulties, restraint, grasp : an ss, in custody
ssaich
va. satisfy, satiate
Sasunn
pnm. g. -uinn, England
sth
nm. g.v. sith; plenty, satisfaction, fill
sth
va. thrust, insert, transfix
sthach
a. satiated, causing satiety
's e
for : is e, 'tis he, it is : 's , it is, in answer to a question
-se
emph. postfix
s
num. six
sab
See sap
seabhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a hawk
seabhaid
nf. pl.+ean, error, wandering, going astray
seac
va. and vn. wither, cause to wither; scorch, parch, fade, decay
seach
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a turn, alteration : fa seach, mu seach, alternately, by turns, time about
seach
a. past, gone by, away, aside
seachad
by, along, forward, onward, aside, past : seachad air, past him
seachainn
va. -nadh, shun, avoid, dispense with
seachd
num. seven
seachdain
nf. pl.+ean, week
seachdnar
nm. and f. g. -nair, seven persons collectively
seachnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, shunning, avoiding
seachran
nm. g.v. -ain, wandering, going astray : air seachran, astray
seadh
yes, it is so, just so
seadh
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, meaning, sense, understanding, esteem
seal
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a while, space of time, a spell
sealbh
nm. g.v. seilbh; pl. seilbhean, possession, luck
sealbhadair
nm. pl.+ean, possessor, owner, proprietor
sealbhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, wood sorrel
sealbhaich
va. and vn. possess, enjoy, acquire
sealbhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, the throat
sealg
nf. g. seilge; d. seilg; pl.+an, a hunt, hunting, the chase
sealgair
nm. pl.+ean, hunter
seall
va.+tainn, look, see, behold
sealladh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, a sight, spectacle, view, power of vision
sealltainn
nm. looking
seamrag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, shamrock, trefoil, clover
seamsan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, hesitation, delay
sean
a. sine, old, aged, ancient : o shean, of old, anciently : seann, before t,d,s,n,l,r
seanadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, synod
seanair
nm. g. -ar; pl.+ean, grandfather
sanar
nm. and f.g. -air, six persons collectively
seanchaidh
nm. pl.+ean, reciter of tales, antiquarian, historian
seanchas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, tale, story, conversation, discourse, history, relation, narrative
seanfhacal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -lan, old saying, proverb
sean-mhaighdean
nf. g.d. -inn; pl. -dnean, old maid
seang
a. +a, slender, slender-waisted, lean
seangan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, ant
sean-ghille
nm. pl.+an, old bachelor
seanmhair
nf. g. -ar; pl.+ean, grandmother
seann
a. for sean before t,d,s,l,n,r
seann-sgeul
nm. g.v. -sgeil; pl. -sgeil, old tale, legend
sap
va. and vn. sneak, slink away, draw off privately
sapair
nm. pl.+ean, sneaking, slinking fellow
searadair
nm. pl.+ean, towel
sear
nm. the east
searbh
a. bitter, disagreeable, sour, pungent, acrid
searbhanta
nf. pl.+n, servant maid
searg
va. and vn. dry, wither, fade; cause to dry, wither or fade; pine away
searmon
nf. g.d. -oin; pl.+an, sermon
searmonaich
va. preach
searrach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, foal, colt
searrag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, bottle
seas
va. and vn.+amh, stand, support, endure, last
seasamh
nm. g.v. -aimh, standing, posture of standing, state of enduring : 'na sheasamh, standing
seasg
a. barren, unprolific, dry, not giving milk, farrow
seasgair
a. comfortable, snug, sheltered, at ease, cosy
seasmhach
a. firm, lasting, enduring
seic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, skin, hide; enveloping membrane
seic
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, stable rack (L.Sc. heck)
seiceal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl. -clean, instrument for dressing flax (L.Sc. heckle)
seiche
nf. pl.+annan, a hide
seid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, bed-spread on the floor, a truss of hay or straw
sid
va. blow as wind, breathe upon or into, pant, puff, inflate, swell by flattery
seilbh
See sealbh
seilcheag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, snail
seile
nm. pl.+an, spittle, saliva
seileach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, willow
seilisdear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, the plant yellow iris, or water-flag
seillean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, bee
simh
mild, peaceful, tranquil, placid, still
seinn
va. and vn. seinn, sing, play upon an instrument, ring as a bell
seinn
nf. singing, playing upon an instrument, ringing
seinneadair
nm. pl.+ean, singer
seirbh
See searbh
seirbhis
nf. pl.+ean, service, advantage, use
seirbhiseach
a. serviceable, advantageous, useful
seirc
nf. g.+e, love, affection, charity, benevolence
seirceil
a. charitable, affectionate
seirm
nf. g.+e, musical noise (L.Sc. chirm)
seirmeil
a. buzzing, humming
sis
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, tune; tune of chorus when the same as that of the verse
sisd
va. besiege, invest (as in warfare)
seise
nm. pl.+an, one's match
siseach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, wooden bench or couch (L.Sc. settle)
seisear
nm. and f. g. -eir, six persons collectively
seisreach
nf. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, a plough team
sed
nm. g.v. seid; pl. seid, jewel, valiant man; generally used in the plural
sel
nm. g.v. siil; pl. siil, a sail
sel
nm. g.v. seil; pl.+an, method, mode, manner, way, opportunity, means
sel
va. guide, direct, instruct, point out, show; sail, navigate
seladair
nm. pl.+ean, sailor
sel-mara
nm. g.v. seil-mhara; pl. selan-mara, a tide
selta
a. cunning, crafty, wily, skilful, ingenious, wise
seltachd
nf.ind. skill, ingenuity, cunning, craftiness, wiliness
semar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -raichean, chamber
sersa
nm. pl.+chan, a sort, kind, genus, species
sersaich
va. arrange, classify
seud
nm. g.v. seid; pl.+an, jewel, precious stone; darling; also, journey
seul
and seulaich va. seal; usually pronounced with broad (low) s
Seumas
pnm. g.v. -ais, James
seun
va. charm, defend by charms
seun
va. avoid, refuse, deny, shun
seun
nm. g.+a; pl.+tan, a charm for protection, prosperity; denial
seunain
in : breac-sheunain, freckles
seusdar
nm. g.v. -air, acme, perfection : 'na sheusdar, at its height
's fheudar
it behoveth, it must be, it is necessary
sgabh
nm. g.v. sgaibh, sawdust


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