MacFarlane's Dictionary - Section 12

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spaideil
a. -eala, swaggering, foppish, conceited as seen in gait
spaidsearachd
nf.ind. sauntering, slow walking, strolling
spailp
nf. g.+e, self-conceit, boldness, self-confidence
spailpean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, fop; vain, insignificant fellow
spailpeil
a. -eala, conceited, self-confident, vainglorious, swaggering
spÓin
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, spoon
spÓirn
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, effort, struggle, violent exertion, agony
spÓl
nm. g.v. spÓil; pl.+an, weaver's shuttle
spÓrr
va. sparradh, drive as a nail or wedge, induce by force, thrust, enforce by argument, inculcate, urge
speach
nf. g.+a; pl.+annan, wasp, any venomous insect, bite or sting of wasp, etc., stitch in the side
speal
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, scythe
speal
va. mow, cut down
spealadair
nm. pl.+ean, mower
spealg
nf. g. speilge; d. speilg; pl.+an, splinter, fragment
spealg
va. and vn. break with violence, fall into splinters
spÚil
va. and vn. slip, slide, skate
speil
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a drove or herd of swine
speir
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, the hough of a beast, hoof, claw, spur of cock, talon
speireag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, sparrow-hawk
spÚis
nf. g.+e, liking, regard, attachment, fondness, esteem
spÚiseil
a. fond, attached to, estimable, affectionate
speuclair
nm. pl.+ean, pair of spectacles
speur
nm. pl.+an, the sky, heaven, firmament
speuradair
nm. pl.+ean, astronomer
spýd
nf. g.+e, spite, hatred
spideag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, nightingale
spideal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, hospital
spilgean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, seedling, grain
spýoc
nf. g.+a, meanness, dastardliness, niggardliness
spýocach
a. mean, dastardly, niggardly
spýocair
nm. pl.+ean, mean fellow, dastard, niggard
spiol
nf. pl.+an, nibble, bite, snatch
spiol
va. pluck, snatch, nibble, pull asunder
spiolg
va. unhusk or shell
spýon
va. pull, pluck up, snatch, tear away
spionnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, strength, might, force
spýosradh
nm. g.v. -raidh; pl. -raidhean, spice
spiorad
nm. g.v. -aid; pl.+an, spirit, a spirit
spioradail
a. spiritual
spiris
nf. pl.+ean, hen roost, hammock
spitheag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a chip of wood, a small bit of stone or wood thrown by the hand
spleadh
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, romance, boasting, flattering, falsehood
spleuc
va. stare, squint, spread out by trampling
spli¨can
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, tobacco pouch
spliut
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a lame hand
spoch
va. address one quickly or angrily; intimidate
spoch
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, attack, assault
sp˛g
nf. g.d. sp˛ig; pl.+an, paw, claw, talon, the hand or foot in ridicule : sp˛gan toisich, fore paws
spong
nf. g.d. spuing; pl.+an, tinder (L.Sc. spunk), sponge
spor
va. incite, spur on, instigate
spor
nm. g.v. spuir; pl. spuirean, rider's spur, claw, talon, gun-flint
sporan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, purse : sporan molach, hairy purse worn with the kilt
spraic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, reprimand, severe reproof
spraiceil
a. reprimanding, given to severe reproofs, imperious
spraidh
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, any loud sudden sound, report of a gunshot
spread
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, splash. Also spriod
spreadh
va. burst, strike, sound : spreadhadh de'n bhata, a smart blow with the staff
sprÚidh
nf. g.+e, cattle of any kind
spreig
va. blame, chide, prompt, instigate, enforce
spreigeil
a. blaming, prone to blame, authoritative, undaunted
spre˛d
nm. g.v. spre˛id; pl.+an, a projecting beam : crann-spre˛id, bowsprit
spriod
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a splash. Also spread
sprochd
nm.ind. dejection, lowness of spirits. Better sproc
sprogan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, dewlap, the crop of a bird
sp¨ill
va. rob, plunder
sp¨inn
va. spoil, plunder, rob
spuir
See spor
spruan
nm. g.v. spruain; pl.+an, brushwood
spruidhleach
nm. g.v. -ich, fragments, crumbs, refuse
spull
nm. g.v. spuill; pl.+an, nail of a cat
sp¨t
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, spout
sp¨t
va. spout, squirt
srÓbh
nm. g.v. srÓibh; pl.+an, a straw
srac
va. and vn. tear, rend
srad
nf. g. sraide; d. sraid; pl.+an, spark of fire
sradag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, little spark of fire
srÓid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, street, a walk
srÓidimeachd
nf.ind. walking about, sauntering
sraigh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a sneeze
sramh
nm. g.v. sraimh; pl. sraimh, a jet of milk from a cow's udder
srann
nf. g. srainne; d. srainn; pl.+an, snore, snort, hum, buzz
srann
va.+adh and +ail, snore, snort, hum, buzz
sraointe
v.a. fallen, knocked over
sraon
vn. make a false step, stumble
sraon
nm. g.v. sraoin, offence, dudgeon
sraonas
nm. g.v. -ais, a huff, swell of anger or arrogance; also sraonais
srath
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, strath, low lying land by a riverside
srathair
nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, pack-saddle, cart-saddle
Srath-Chluaidh
pnm. Strathclyde
Srath-Fhaolain
pnm. Strathfillan
sream
va. and vn. wrinkle, become wrinkled, corrugate
sream
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, rheum
sreamach
a. wrinkled, corrugated, blear-eyed
sreamadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, wrinkle, corrugation, fold; wrinkling
sreang
nf. g. sreinge; d. sreing; pl.+an and +annan, string, line, cord
sreath
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a row, rank, series
sreathaich
va. set or place in rows, or ranks, or in series
srÚin
See srian
sreothadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, a sneeze
srian
nf. g. srŔine; d. srŔin; pl.+tan, bridle, rein
srideag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a drop, a spark
sriut
nm. g. sriuit, a torrent of quick sounds or words
sr˛in
and sr˛ine See sr˛n
sr˛l
nm. g.v. sr˛il; pl.+tan, gauze, crape, silk, satin, banner
sr˛n
nf. g. sr˛ine; d. sr˛in; pl. sr˛intean, nose, promontory, headland
sruab
va. and vn. drink up with noise, pull hastily out of water
sruth
nm. g.v. sruith; pl.+an, a stream, running water, current
sruth
vn. flow, stream, become liquid
sruthail
va. sr¨thladh, rinse with water
sruthan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little stream
sr¨thladh
nm. g.v. -aidh, rinsing
stÓ
nm.ind. use, advantage
stÓbull
nm. g.v. -uill; pl.+an, a stable
stac
nm. g.v. staic; pl.+annan, steep cliff or hill
stad
va. and vn. stop, cease, pause, hinder
stad
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a stop, cessation, pause
stÓdag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, galloping step
stadh
nm. g.+a; pl.+annan, a stay in ship's rigging
stadhadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, sudden lurch to one side
staid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, state, condition
stÓideil
a. -eala, stately, portly
staighir
nf. g. -reach; pl. -richean, stair
stailc
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, stubbornness, thump
stailc
va. drive, press forward, strike, knock against, stamp, put down the foot suddenly
stÓilinn
nf.ind. steel
stÓirn
nf. g.+e, noise such as the tread of horses' feet, violent push
stairsneach
nf. g.d. -ich; pl. -ichean, threshold
stalc
va. and vn. stiffen, tie a fishing hook
stall
nm. g.+a; pl.+achan, overhanging rock, craggy steep, precipice
stamh
nm. g.v. staimh, sea-tangle
staoin
nf. g.+e, tin
starbhanta
a. strong, powerful, robust
steach
for : a steach, into, to the inside; used with a v. of motion
steall
nf. g.d. still; pl. still, a spout of liquid
steall
va. and vn. spout, pour out, squirt
stŔarnal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, a bittern
stÚidh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, foundation, basis
stÚidhich
va. establish, found, lay a foundation
steud
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, a steed, warhorse
steud-each
nm. steed; inflected on second element
stiall
va. streak, mark with stripes
stiall
nf. g. stÚille; d. stÚill; pl.+an, a streak, stripe
stigh
for : a stigh, within, in, inside; used with a v. of rest
Sti¨bhart
surname, Stewart
Sti¨bhartach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, a Stewart; a. of or belonging to the Stewarts
sti¨ir
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, rudder
sti¨ir
va. sti¨radh, steer, guide, direct, manage
sti¨radair
nm. pl.+ean, steersman, helmsman
stob
va. thrust, fix in the ground, stab
stob
nm. g.v. stuib; pl.+an and stuib, a stake, prickle, thorn
stobh
va. stow, pack
stoc
nm. g.v. stuic; pl.+an and stuic, a stock, trunk, stock, store
stocaidh stocainn
nf. pl.+ean, stocking
stoirm
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean or +eannan, a storm
stoirmeil
a. stormy
st˛l
nm. g.v. st˛il; pl.+an, stool, seat
st˛lda
a. steady, sedate, quelled, staid
st˛r
nm. g.v. st˛ir, store, baggage
st˛ras
nm. g.v. -ais, store, abundance, wealth
stoth
va. lop off
strÓc
nm. g.v. strÓic; pl.+an, stroke, blow
strÓic
nf. g.+e, pride, a swell of anger
strÓiceil
a. arrogant, insolent
straighlich
nf. rattling noise, or bustle
strÓille
nf. pl.+an, carpet, rug, mat
strÓilleadh
nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, a loud stroke, thump or knock
streap
va. streap and +adh, climb, scale, strive against obstacles
streap
nm.ind. climbing, scaling, striving
strýoc
va. and vn. yield, submit
strýoch
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, streak, line
strýoch
va. draw lines, delineate
striopach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, harlot
strýth
nf.ind. strife, contention, endeavouring
strýtheil
a. contentious
str˛dh
nm. g.v. str˛idh, prodigality, extravagance
str˛ic
va. tear asunder
str˛ic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, long rag
str˛idh
va. squander, dissipate, waste
Struibhle
pnm. Stirling
struidhear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, a prodigal
struidheil
a. prodigal, wasteful
struth
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, ostrich
stuadh
nf. g. stuaidhe; d. stuaidh; pl.+annan, a wave, billow, gable of house
stuaim
nf. g.+e, temperance, modesty
stuama
a. stuaime, temperate, abstemious, sober, modest
stuamachd
nf.ind. temperance, sobriety, moderation, modesty
st¨c
nf. g. st¨ice; d. st¨ic; pl. st¨cannan, little hill jutting out from a greater
stuig
va. incite as dogs to fight or chase
stuth
nm. g.v. stuith; pl.+an, stuff, matter, material
suaicheantas
nm. g.v. -ais, escutcheon, distinguishing mark, crest
suaimhneach
a. genial, secure, quiet, calm
suaimhneas
nm. g.v. -eis, geniality, security, quietness, rest, repose
suain
va. wreathe round, envelope, twist as rope, wrap
suain
nf. g.+e, deep sleep
suaip
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, faint resemblance, exchange of commodities (L.Sc. swap)
suairc
a. civil, affable, kind, gentle, urbane
suairceas
nm. g.v. -eis, civility, affability, kindness, gentleness, urbanity
suarach
a. insignificant, trifling, of no repute, of little account
suarachas
nm. g.v. -ais, contempt
suas a suas
up, upward
suath
va. rub, wipe, mix a soft substance, knead
subh
nm. g.v. suibh; pl.+an, berry : subh-chraobh, raspberry : subh-lÓir, strawberry
subhach
a. merry, cheerful
subhailc
nf. pl.+ean, virtue, moral goodness
sud
yon, that there : an sud, yonder
s¨gan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, rope of twisted straw
s¨gh
nm. g.v. s¨igh; pl. s¨ighean, juice, sap
s¨gradh
nm. g.v. -aidh, mirth, diversion, play
suic
See soc
suidh
va.+e, sit, sit upon eggs
suidhe
nm. sitting : 'na shuidhe, sitting : dŔan suidhe, sit down
suidheachadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, situation, arrangement, pattern, letting for rent, disposition
suidhich
va. settle, appoint, arrange, plant, set, let for rent
suidhichte
a. settled, appointed, arranged, planted, set, let
s¨il
nf. g. s¨la; pl.+ean, eye, a look, expectation, orifice
suilbhir
a. cheerful, jolly
s¨il-chrith
nf. g. s¨l-; pl. s¨ilean-crith, quagmire
suillean
nm. g.v. -ein, expression of joy or gladness
suim
nf. g.+e; pl.+eannan, sum, regard, consideration, attention, account : gabh suim dheth, pay regard to it
suimeil
a. considerate, respectful
suipeir
nf. g. -earach; pl.+ean, supper : suipeir an Tighearna, The Lord's Supper
suiridhe
nf. courting, wooing
s¨ist
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, flail
s¨ith
nm. g.+e, soot
s¨l s¨la
See s¨il
s¨lair
nm. pl.+ean, gannet
sult
nm. g.v. suilt, fatness, comeliness, mirth, fertility
sultmhor
a. fat, fertile, comely, merry
sumain
va. -anadh, summon, prosecute
s¨mhail
a. closely packed, tidily tied up, peaceable, tame
sunnag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, easy chair of twisted straw
sunnd
nm.ind. cheerfulness, good humour
sunndach
a. cheerful, joyful, good humoured
s¨rd
nm. g.v. s¨ird, alacrity, eager exertion, industry
s¨rdail
a. eager, diligent, in good working trim
suthainn
a. eternal, everlasting

T

t-
part of the art. detached and prefixed to the nom. case of n. beginning with a vow., to the dat. and gen. cases of masc. n. beginning with s before a vow. or l,n,r; to the nom. and dat. cases of fem.n. beginning with s before a vow. or l,n,r : an t-uan, for : ant uan, the lamb : air an t-saoghal, for : air ant shaoghal, in the world : air an t-srÓid, for : air ant shrÓid, on the street : an t-s¨il, for : ant sh¨il, the eye : an t-slat, for : ant shlat, the rod : as an t-slighe, for : as ant shlighe, out of the way
t'
for to = do, thy, your : t' athair, your father
thÓ
is, am, are, art : a tÓ, that is : ma tÓ, very well, then
tabaid
nf. pl.+ean, brawl, fight. See sabaid
tÓbh
nm. g.v. tÓibh; pl.+an, fishing net, spoon net
tÓbhachd
nf.ind. efficacy, good effect, solidity
tabhair
va.irr. +t, give, take : tabhair dhomh e, give it to me. See thoir
tabhairt
nf. giving, taking, bringing : a' tabhairt leat e, taking it with you
tabhal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, a sling to cast stones with
tabhann
nm. g.v. -ainn, a dog's bark
tabhannaich
nf. barking of dogs
tac
or tachd va. choke, strangle
tacan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, short time, a little while
tacar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, provision, plenty
tachair
vn.+t, happen, come to pass, meet with, meet
tachairt
nf. pl.+ean, happening, meeting
tachais
va. -as, scratch, scrape the surface of the skin
tachas
nm. g.v. -ais, itch, itching, scratching
tachd
va. choke, strangle, stop up. See tac
tachrais
va. -as, wind yarn
tachras
nm. g.v. -ais, winding yarn
tadhail
va. -al, frequent, resort to a place; visit, call upon
tadhal
nm. g.v. -ail, visiting, frequenting, a resort
tadhal
nm. g.v. -ail, goal, hail
tagair
va. and vn. -radh, plead, claim, debate, argue
tagh
va. choose, select, elect
tagradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, pleading, claiming, reasoning
taibhse
nf. pl.+an, ghost, apparition
taibhsear
nm. g.v. -eir; +an, one having second sight, seer
taibse
nf.ind. propriety of speech
taic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a prop, support, dependence, proximity : an taic ri, near bye
taifeid
nf. pl.+ean, a bow-string
taigeis
nf. pl.+ean, haggis; a fat, podgy person
taighe
See tigh
tÓillear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, tailor
tainead
nm. g. -eid, thinness
taing
nf. g.+e, thanks
taingealachd
nf.ind. thankfulness
taingeil
a. thankful, grateful
tainistear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, heir
tÓir
nf. g.+e, contempt, disgrace, reproach
tairbeart
nf. g.d. -eirt; pl.+an, peninsula, isthmus
tairbh
See tarbh
tairbhe
nf.ind. profit, advantage, usefulness
tairbheartach
a. profitable, beneficial
tÓireil
a. mean, contemptible, low, despicable, despising
tairg
va. -se and -sinn, offer, propose
tairgse
nf. pl.+achan, offering, offer
tairis
a. kind, compassionate, tender-hearted
tÓirneanach
nm. g.v. -aich, thunder
tais
a. moist, damp, dank, interspersed as metal; timid
taisbean
va. reveal, show, make manifest
taisdeal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, journey, voyage
taise
nf.ind. moisture, softness, dampness
taisg
va. deposit, lay up, hoard, store away
taisgeadan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, storehouse, treasury
taisgeal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, the finding of anything which was lost
taisich
va. and vn. soften, turn moist, make moist
taitinn
va. and vn. -neadh, please, give delight, satisfy
taitneach
a. pleasant, agreeable, acceptable
taitneas
nm. g.v. -eis, pleasure, delight, satisfaction
tÓl
nm. g.v. tÓil; pl.+an, adze
talach
nm. g.v. -aich, complaining, murmuring
tÓladh
nm. g.v. -aidh, enticing, alluring, caressing, hushing
talaich
va. and vn. complain, murmur, be dissatisfied
tÓlaidh
va. -adh, entice, allure, soothe, hush to rest
talamh
nf. g. -mhainn; d. -aimh; pl. -mhannan, the earth; earth, land, soil : air an talaimh, on the earth
talla
nm. pl.+chan, hall
talmhaidh
a. earthly, worldly
tÓmailt
nf. pl.+ean, disparagement, insult, degradation
tÓmh
nm. g.v. tÓimh, rest, quiet, sleep, staying, dwelling : 'na thÓmh, at rest, idle : mu thÓmh, to rest or sleep
tamull
nm. g.v. -uill; pl.+an, space of time, distance, space
tana
a. taine, thin
tanaich
va. and vn. make thin, become thin
tanalach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, a shallow, shallow water
tannasg
nm. g.v. -aisg; pl. -aisg, an apparition, ghost
taobh
nm. g.v. taoibh; pl.+an, side, partiality, countenance, aid : a thaobh, in regard to
taobh
va. side with, be partial to, come nigh to
taobhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, rafter
taobh-be˛il
the front side
taobh-clý
left hand side
taobh-c¨il
the back side
taobh-deas
the south; right hand side
taobh-eiginn
nm. (in) some direction
taobh-tuath
the north
taod
nm. g.v. taoid; pl.+an, halter, hair rope, binding, cable
taoibh
See taobh
taoid
See taod
taoim
nf. g.+e, bilge water in a boat
taois
nf. g.+e, dough or leaven
taoisnich
va. knead, leaven
taom
va. and vn. pour out as water, empty, overflow
taoman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, baler of a boat
taosg
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a pour, a rush out; exact full of a liquid measure
taosg
va. pour out, pump, drain, empty
tapadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, clever feat, cleverness, activity, success : tapadh leat, `thank you', success to you
tapag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a casualty, mistake in speaking, blunder
tapaidh
a. clever, quick, smart, bold
tapaire
nm. pl.+an, clever person of the male sex
tÓr
va. get to, gain, move : thÓr iad as, they moved away
tarbh
nm. g.v. tairbh; pl. tairbh, bull
tarbh-nathrach
nm. dragonfly; inflected on first element
tarbhach
a. profitable, productive
tarcuis
nf. pl.+ean, contempt, reproach
targaid
nf. pl.+ean, target, shield
targair
va. -radh, foretell, divine
targradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, foretelling, prophecy
tÓrladh
vn. let it happen
tÓrlaidh
vn. -adh, will happen
tÓrmachadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, source, origin, gathering, dwelling
tÓrmachan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, ptarmigan
tÓrmaich
va. and vn. originate, be the source of, gather, settle
tÓrmus
nm. g.v. -uis, dislike of food, loathing of food
tÓrr
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, the lower part of the belly
tarrang
nf. g. tÓirngne; d. tarraing; pl. tÓirngnean, a nail
tarruing
va. tarruing, draw, pull, attract; v.n. drawing, pulling, distilling
tarruing
nf. g. tÓirngne; pl. tÓirngnean, drawing, pulling, ship's haulyard
tarsuinn
a. transverse, that crosses, oblique, across
tart
nm. g.v. tairt, thirst, drought
tartar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, noise, clamour, bustle
tartmhor
a. thirsty, parched
tasdan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, shilling
tasgaidh
nf. pl.+ean, depository, treasure, thing laid by
tÓth
va. cement, join together, glue, solder
Tatha Uisge-tatha
pnm. The river Tay
tathaich
va. visit often, frequent
nf.ind. an individual person or thing whose name is of the feminine gender
teabaid
nf. pl.+ean, taunt, repartee
teach
nm.ind. house
teachd
nm.ind. coming, arrival, accession
teachdaire
nm. pl.+an, messenger, courier, ambassador
teachdaireachd
nf.ind. message, embassy
teadhair
nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, a tether
teadhraich
va. tether
teagair
va. -radh, collect, supply, cover, protect, shelter
teagaisg
va. -asg, teach, instruct
teagamh
nm. g.v. -aimh, doubt, perplexity, suspense : a theagamh, perhaps
teagar
nm. g.v. -air, provision
teagasg
nm. g.v. -aisg; pl.+an, teaching, instruction, doctrine
teagasgair
nm. pl.+ean, teacher
teaghlach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, family, household
teallach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, hearth, fireplace, smith's forge
teampull
nm. g.v. -uill; pl.+an, temple, church
teanchair
nm. pl.+ean, pincers, smith's tongs or vice
teanga
nf. g. -aidh; pl.+nnan, tongue, speech, language
teangair
nm. pl.+ean, linguist, orator, talker
teann
a. teinne, strait, tense, rigid, fixed, tight, narrow, miserly : teann air, near to, close to
teann
va. proceed, fall to, begin; come nigh : teannadh ri, beginning to
teannaich
va. tighten, close, draw or crowd together
tŔarainn
va. and vn. -nadh, escape, rescue
tŔarainte
a. safe, secure
tearb
va. separate
tearc
a. teirce, rare, unusual, scarce, few
tŔarmunn
nm. g.v. -uinn; pl. -uinn, sanctuary, refuge, protection
tŔarnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, descending, escaping, evading
tŔarr
nf. g.+a, tar


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