MacFarlane's Dictionary - Section 13

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tarr
va. tar
teas
nm.ind. heat
teasach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, fever
teasaich
va. and vn. heat, become hot
teasairg
va.+inn, save, deliver, rescue, release, restore
teasd
vn. die
teasg
va. cut, cut off
teich
va. flee
teicheadh
nm. g.v. -idh, flight
tid
va.irr. will go : an tid thu, will you go? : cha tid, will not go : ma thid e as ort, if it elude you
teine
nm. pl. -tean, fire
teinn
nf. g.+e, distress, calamity, sickness, straits
teintean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, hearth, fireplace : leac an teintein, the hearthstone
teirig
vn. fail, be spent, be exhausted
teirinn
va. tarnadh, come or go down, descend
tis
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, musical air
teis-meadhon
nf. g.d. -oin; pl.+an, the exact middle
teist
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, testimony, proof, reputation
teisteanas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an and -ais, certificate
te
va. teothadh, warm, make warm
tema
a. skilful, expert, apt, dexterous
temachd
nf.ind. expertness, skilfulness
teth
a. teotha, hot, scalding
teud
nm. g.v. tid; pl.+an, string, cord, string of musical instrument
teum
va. bite, wound, sting, snatch suddenly at a thing
teum
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a sudden snatch at a thing : tha teum a' tighinn fodham, I have a good mind to make a snatch at it
th'
for : tha before vow.
tha
and th sv. am, art, is, are
thachradh
would happen. See tachair
thinig
va.irr. came
thairis
across, over : thairis air, over him
thall
on the other side, over yonder
thalla!
come along!
thar
over, across, beyond; governs the gen. case of n.
tharad
prep.pron. over you, s.
tharaibh
prep.pron. over you, pl.
tharainn
prep.pron. over us
tharam
prep.pron. over me
thrladh
vn. it happened
tharta
prep.pron. over them
thatar
and thtar sv. they are : thatar ag rdh, it is said, they are saying
theab
vn. past tense; missed doing, nearly did : theab mi tuiteam, I nearly fell; rarely used in any other tense
theagamh
for : a theagamh, perhaps, may be
thid
va.irr. will go : ma thid e as ort, if it escape you
their
va.irr. will say : theireadh, would say : theirteadh ris, it would be said to him
theirig
va.irr. go
thig
va.irr. will come : thig dha, will become him : thig ris, will please him : thig eadar, will disagree
thoir
va.irr. bring, give, take : thoir air, persuade, compel : thoir ort, betake yourself
thu
and th pers.pron. thou and you; also : t
thubhairt
va.irr. said
thugad
See chugad
thun
See chun
thusa
emph. thu
t
nm.ind. any human being
t
nm.ind. design, intention : air t a ghlacadh, designing to catch him
tiamhaidh
a. gloomy, lonesome, dismal, melancholy, eerie
tig
See thig
tigh
nm. g. tighe; pl.+ean, house : tigh-tasgaidh, store : tigh-sda, an inn : tigh-aoraidh, a house of worship, church : tigh-leanna, alehouse. The t is broad (low)
Tigh-an-droma
pnm. Tyndrum
tighearna
nm. pl.+n, lord : na tighearnan beaga (L.Sc. the wee lairds)
tighinn
nm. coming : tighinn be, coming alive, subsisting
tilg
va. -eil and -eadh, cast, throw, cast out, vomit, fling
tilgeil
v.n. flinging, casting, throwing, vomiting
till
va. return, cause to return : tilleadh air ais, turning back
tim
nf. g.+e; pl.+eannan, time
timcheall
nm. circuit : m'a thimcheall, about him
tinn
a. sick, unwell
tinneas
nm. g.v. -eis; pl.+an, sickness, disease
todhlac
nm. g.v. -aic; pl. -aicean, gift, present, offering
todhlaic
va. -acadh, bury, bestow
tiolp
va. snatch, grasp suddenly
tiom
a. soft, timid, fearful
tiomadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, blenching
tiomaich
va. and vn. soften into tears, become tearful
tiomain
va. -nadh, bequeath, bestow
tiomnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, will, testament, bequeathing, : an seann tiomnadh, the old testament : an tiomnadh nuadh, the new testament
tiompan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, cymbal, tabor
tionail
va. and vn. -al, gather, assemble, glean, come together as an assembly
tional
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, gathering, assembling, assemblage, gleaning, coming together
tionndadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, turning, a turn
tionndaidh
va. and vn. -adh, turn by altering position, cause to turn, change, alter, convert, be converted, translate
tionnsgainn
va. -nadh, devise, invent, begin
tionnsgainn
nf. pl.+ean, a beginning, an element
tionnsgnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, beginning, devising, device, design, project
tor
va. dry as corn, kiln dry
tioram
a. dry, barren, uninteresting
tiormaich
va. dry
tiota
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl.+n, a moment, jiffy, little while
tr
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, land, a country : tr mr, the mainland
tiugainn
come, let us go
tiugh
a. thick, dense, closely set, in quick succession
tiughaich
va. thicken, set closer
tlachd
nf.ind. pleasure, satisfaction
tlachdmhor
a. pleasant, delightful, comely, desirable
tlth
a. mild, indulgent, gentle, smooth to the touch
tlths
nm. g.v. tliths, mildness, kindness, tenderness, smoothness; for tlthas
tlus
nm. g.v. tluis, genial warmth, tenderness, affection
tlusail
a. compassionate, warm, tender, affectionate
tnth
nm. g.+a, envy, jealousy, malice, bigotry
tobar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -raichean, well, fountain, source, origin
tobha
nm. pl.+ichean, rope (L.Sc. tow)
tobhta
nm. pl.+chan, rower's bench in a boat
tobhta
nm. pl.+chan, roofless walls of a house
toch
nm. g. -a; pl.+an, hough of an animal
tochail
va. -ailt, dig, quarry
tchd
nm.ind. unpleasant smell
todhar
nm. g. -air; pl.+an, manure, dung, a field manured by folding cattle upon it, bleaching
tog
va. -ail, lift, build, raise, brew, distil, rear, educate, excite, stir up, rouse
togail
nf. g. -alach; pl. -alaichean, lifting, building, raising, brewing, distilling, educating, exciting, rousing; a building
togair
va. and vn. +t and -radh, desire, wish greatly : mar a thogras tu, as you desire
togairt
nf. desiring, wishing greatly
togar
will be lifted. See tog
togarrach
a. desirous, keen, willing
togradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, desire, passion, propensity
togsaid
nf. pl.+ean, hogshead
toibheum
nm. g.v. -eim; pl.+an, reproach, blemish, stain, blasphemy
tic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a swelling, puffed up state of the face
toigh
a. agreeable, pleasant, loved : is toigh leam, I like
toighe
nf. care, notice, esteem
toigheach
a. loving, fond
toil
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, the will, inclination, desire
toileach
a. willing, voluntary, desirous
toileachas
nm. g.v. -ais, contentment
toilich
va. and vn. please, satisfy, be willing
toil-inntinn
nf. satisfaction, gratification
toill
va.+tinn, deserve, merit
toillteannach
a. deserving
toilltinn
nm.ind. meriting, deserving
toimhseachan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a riddle, enigma
toinisg
nf. sense, understanding
toinn
va. twist, twine, spin
toinneamh
nm. g. -eimh, twisting, twining, spinning
toir
va.irr. give. See tabhair and thoir
tir
nf. g. tireach; pl.+ichean, pursuit, diligent search : air thir, in pursuit
toirm
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, noise, sound, loud murmuring sound
toirmisg
va. forbid, prohibit
toirmisgte
v.a. forbidden, prohibited
toirt
nf. g.+e, respect, value, importance; bulk, taste
toirt
See tabhairt : toirt brr air, excelling
toirteil
a. respectful, fruitful, stout, bulky
toiseach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, beginning, origin, source, front, van, precedency, bow of a ship : an toiseach, at first : air thoiseach, in front
tiseach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, thane
toisgeal
a. the left, unlucky, unpropitious : an lmh thoisgeal, the left hand
tisich
va. begin, commence : tisich air, begin
toit
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, smoke, vapour, fume, steam (L.Sc. reek)
tolg
nm. g.v. tuilg; pl.+an, hollow on a smooth surface, a dent
toll
nm. g.v. tuill; pl. tuill, hole, hollow, cavity, crevice : toll-dubh, dungeon
toll
va. bore, perforate
tolm
nm. g.v. tuilm; pl.+annan, round hillock
tom
nm. g.v. tuim; pl. tuim, hillock, knoll, eminence, round heap, clump of bushes
tomad
nm. g. -aid, bulk or quantity. Also tomalt
toman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little hillock, little heap
Tmas
pnm. g.v. -ais, Thomas
tombaca
nm. tobacco
tomh
va. offer, attempt, threaten, aim
tomhais
va. -as, measure, guess, unriddle, solve
tomhas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an or toimhsean, a measure, moderation, measuring, guessing, solving, sense, meaning : gun tomhas 'sam bith, wanting in sense
tom-sheangan
nm. ant-hill; inflected on first element
tn
nf. g. tine; d. tin; pl.+an, the fundament
tonn
nm. g.v. tuinn; pl.+an and tuinn, wave, surge, billow
tonnag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, woman's shoulder shawl
tora
nm. pl. -ichean, auger
toradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, fruit, produce
torc
nm. g.v. tuirc; pl. tuirc, boar
torchair
va. pierce, transfix
torman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, rumbling sound
trr
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, abrupt or conical hill or mountain, mound, grave, tower, heap of ruins
trr
va. heap or pile up, bury
torrach
a. pregnant, fruitful
trradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, heaping or piling up, interment, burial, funeral solemnities
tosd
nm.ind. silence, quietness : 'na thosd, silent
toth
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a foul blast of vapour, stench
trgh
va. ebb as tide
trghadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, ebbing as tide
trigh
va. and vn. trghadh, empty, pour out
trigh
nf. g. trghad; pl.+ean, beach, shore, strand
trill
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, slave, drudge
trilleil
a. servile, slavish
traogh
va. and vn. ebb, subside, exhaust, drain
traona
nm. pl.+n, landrail (L.Sc. corncrake)
trasd
a. across
trasdan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, cross beam
trasg
nf. g. traisge; d. traisg; pl.+an, a fast
trth
a. early, in season, quick
trth
nm. g.v. trith; pl.+an, season, a meal, diet of food, appointed time : trath-maidne, breakfast
trthail
a. early
trth-sa
in : an trth-sa (see an drsd), now, at this time, at present
tre
prep. through, by means of
treabh
va. plough, till the ground
treabhachas
nm. g.v. -ais, husbandry, arable farm
treaghaid
nf. pl.+ean, darting pain, stitch
trealaich
nf. lumber, trash, baggage
treas
num. the third
treasa
a. stronger
treibhireach
a. prudent, sincere, upright
treibhireas
nm. g.v. -eis, sincerity, uprightness
trig
va. forsake, abandon, desert
trigsinn
nm.ind. forsaking, abandoning, deserting
treis
nf. g.+e, a while, space of time
treise
nf.ind. force, vigour, strength
treise
a. strongest
treodhair
nm. pl.+ean, smith's nail mould
treir
nf. g.+e, strength, force, power, direction
treraich
va. and vn. guide, lead, direct, strengthen
treraiche
nm. pl.+an, leader, a guide
treubh
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, tribe, clan, family
treubhach
a. strenuous, valorous
treubhantas
nm. g.v. -ais, bravery, valour
treud
nm. g.v. trid; pl.+an, flock, herd
treun
a. trine, brave, bold, valiant
treun-ri-treun
nm. g. trin-ri-trin, landrail (L.Sc. corncrake); better traona
treuntas
and treunas nm. g.v. -ais, strength, power
tr
num. three
triall
va. triall, go, depart, set out
triall
nm.ind. journey, departure
triallair
nm. pl.+ean, traveller
trian
nm.ind. a third part
triath
nm. g.v. trith; pl.+an, lord, chief
tric
a. often, frequent
trid
prep. through, by means of
trlleachan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, pied oyster catcher
trinnsear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, trencher, plate
trioblaid
nf. pl.+ean, trouble, anxiety, vexation, tribulation
Tronaid
nf. the Trinity
triubhas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, trews
triuchan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, stripe of colour in tartan
triir
nm. and f. three persons collectively
triuthach
nf. g.d. -aich, hooping cough
trcair
nf. pl.+ean, mercy, compassionate act
trod
nm. g.v. truid; pl. truid, scolding, reproof, quarrel
troich
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, dwarf
troigh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a foot, a foot of 12 inches
troimh
prep. through
troimhe
prep.pron. through him
troimpe
prep.pron. through her
trom
a. heavy, oppressive, hard, difficult, sad, sleepy, pregnant
tromaich
va. and vn. make heavy, oppress, burden, become heavier
Troma-mhala
pnf. meaning `heavy eyebrow'
tromb
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, Jew's harp
trombaid
nf. pl.+ean, trumpet
tromhad
come, come to me
tromhad
prep.pron. through you, s.
tromhainn
prep.pron. through us
tromham
prep.pron. through me
trompa
prep.pron. through them
trosg
nm. g.v. truisg; pl. truisg, cod fish
tr
nf. g. +tha; pl.+than, a beastly being, villain, traitor
truacanta
a. merciful
truagh
a. wretched, miserable, unhappy : is truagh leam, I pity
truaighe
nf. pl.+an, misery, woe
truaill
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, sheath, scabbard
truaill
va. pollute, defile, violate, profane
truaillidh
a. despicable, polluted
truas
nm. g.v. truais, pity, compassion : gabh truas dheth, take pity of him
truime
a. heavier
truimead
nm. g. -eid, heaviness
truis
va. trusadh, collect, truss up : truis! word by which dogs are scared off
trup
nm. g.+a; pl.+aichean, troop of horse
trusadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, gathering, collecting, tucking up
trusgan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, suit of clothes, garment
tu
and t pron. thou, you; see thu
tuagh
nf. g. tuaighe; d. tuaigh; pl.+an, axe, hatchet
tuaileas
nm. g.v. -eis, reproach, slander, calumny
tuaineal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, stupor, dizziness
tuaireab
nm. g.v. -ib; pl.+an, fray
tuaireabadh
nm. g. -aidh, molestation
tuaiream
nf. g.v. -eim; pl.+an, a guess, conjecture, vicinity
tuairisgeul
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, description, report
tuairnear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, turner
tuar
nm. g.v. tuair; pl. tuairean, colour, hue, appearance
tuarasdal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, wages, fee, salary, reward
tuarasdalaich
va. hire, engage for a fee
tuasaid
nf. pl.+ean, tumult, quarrel
tuath
north, northern : an irde tuath, the north
tuath
nf. g.+a, peasantry, country people, husbandmen
tuathanach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, farmer, rustic, peasant
tuathanachas
nm. g.v. -ais, farming
tubaist
nf. pl.+ean, misfortune, mishap, accident
tubhailt
nf. pl.+ean, towel
tchan
nm. g.v. -ain, cooing as dove, hoarseness
tug
va.irr. gave, brought, took
tugainn
See tug
tugh
va. thatch
tughadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, thatch, thatching
tuig
va. and vn. +sinn, understand, perceive, discern, comprehend
tuigsinn
nf. understanding, discerning, comprehending
tuil
nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, flood, deluge
tuill
See toll
tuilleadh
and tuillidh nm. more, an additional quantity or number : tuilleadh 's a' chir, more than its due, more than enough
tuim
See tom
tuineach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, dwelling, abode
tuineachas
nm. g.v. -ais, dwelling, sojourning
tuinich
vn. sojourn, dwell, frequent, resort to
tuinne
nf. in : gob na tuinne, the water edge
tuir
va. deplore, mourn, lament
tuireadh
nm. g.v. -idh; pl.+idhean, mourning, deploring, lamentation, dirge
tuireasg
nm. g.v. -isg; pl.+an, a saw
tirling
nf.ind. descending, descent; va. alight, dismount, descend
tirse
nf.ind. mourning, sorrow
tirseach
a. mournful, sorrowful
tis
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, incense
tuisleach
a. stumbling, causing to stumble, accidental
tuisleadh
nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, a stumble, accident, fall, slip, error
tuislich
vn. stumble, slip, fall, err
tuit
vn.+eam, fall, happen, befall, set as the sun
tuiteam
nm. g.v. -eim; pl.+an, falling, fall, a chance
tuiteamas
nm. g.v. -ais, a chance, contingence, fall, occurrence
tulach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, hillock
tulchainn
nf. pl.+ean, house gable, posterior (L.Sc. hurdies)
tulchuis
nf. acuteness, confidence, penetration
tulg
va. rock, toss, roll, wave, oscillate
tum
va. dip, immerse, duck
tumadh
nm. g. -aidh, a dip
tunna
nm. pl.+chan, a ton, a tun
tunnag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a duck
tr
nm. g. tir, sense, understanding, sagacity, intention, meaning
tr
va. devise, invent
tr
nm. g.v. tir; pl. tir, a tower
tur
a. whole, absolute, complete, entire; dry, without condiment, : buntta tur, potatoes without `kitchen' to them : gu tur, altogether, entirely
turadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, fair weather
trail
a. sensible, shrewd, sagacious, heedful
turaman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, nodding, shaking, rocking
trn
nm. job, feat, turn of work
turus
nm. g.v. -uis; pl.+an, journey, voyage
ts
nm. g.v. tis; pl. tis, the beginning, commencement, origin, front, van : air ts, at first
tusa
and thusa emph. form of tu and thu
tuthag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, patch

U

U!
interj. expressive of surprise or disappointment
uabhar
nm. g.v. -air, pride, vainglory, insolence
uachdar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, top, surface, summit, cream, upper leather of shoe : dol an uachdar, getting uppermost
uachdaran
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, ruler, chief, governor
Uachdar-tre
pnm. Auchtertyre
uaibh
prep.pron. from you
uaibhreach
a. proud, haughty, vainglorious
uaibhreas
nm. g.v. -eis, pride, pomp, vainglory
uaidh
prep.pron. from him
uaigh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a grave
uaigneach
a. secret, lonesome, melancholy
uaigneas
nm. g.v. -eis, secrecy, privacy, solitariness
uaill
nf. g.+e, vainglory, pride, vanity
uaimh
nf. g. uamha; pl. uamhan, cave, den
uain
See uan
uaine
a. green, wan
uainfheoil
nf. g. -ela, lamb flesh
uainn
prep.pron. from us
uaipe
prep.pron. from her
uair
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, hour, time : an uair, when : air uairean, at times
uaireadair
nm. pl.+ean, a watch, time-keeper of any kind
uaireiginn
nf. sometime
uaisle
nf.ind. nobility, gentility; a. genteeler, politer, more courteous
uaislich
va. ennoble, dignify
uait
prep.pron. from you, s.
uallach
a. cheerful, gay, vainglorious; stately, proud
uallach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, load, burden, a charge, an assigned task
Uallas
surname, g.v. -ais, Wallace
uam
prep.pron. from me
uamha
See uaimh
uamharr
and uamharra a. dreadful, terrible, atrocious
uamhas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, horror, terror, monster, object of terror
uamhasach
a. terrible, awful, dreadful, shocking, horrible
uamhunn
nf. g.d. -uinn; pl.+an, horror
uan
nm. g.v. uain; pl. uain, a lamb
uapa
prep.pron. from them
uasal
a. noble, gentle, proud, genteel; nm. g.v. -ail; pl. uaislean, gentleman
uat
prep.pron. from you, s. See uait
uatha
prep.pron. from them
ub-ab
nf. hubbub
bh, bh!
interj. expressive of aversion
ubhal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. bhlan, apple; also abhall
braid
nf. pl.+ean, confusion, bustle
uchd
nm. breast, bosom, brow or side of a hill
uchdach
nf. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, ascent, acclivity, breastplate
uchd-ideadh
nm. breastplate; inflected on the second element
ud
yon, that, yonder; ud thall, over yonder
udal
nm. g.v. -ail, dangling, moving, flitting
udalan
nm. g.v. -ain, a swivel : clach an udalain, `the rolling stone'
dlaidh
a. gloomy, sequestered
ugan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, forepart of the breast, the neck
ugh
nm. g.v. uigh; pl. uighean, egg : ugh-gluig, addled egg
gh
udder. See th
ghdair
nm. pl.+ean, author
ghdarras
nm. g.v. -ais, authority
uibe
nm. pl.+achan, lump or mass of soft substance, particularly of dough
uibhir
number. See uimhir (uimhir does not appear in the dictionary. -jtm)
idh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, desire, partiality, fondness, hope, expectation, interest, care, heed
uidhe
nf. pl.+an, degree, step, pace, journey : uidh air n-uidh, bit by bit, step by step, by degrees
uidheam
See uigheam
uigheam
nf. g.d. -eim; pl.+an, furniture, accoutrements, instruments, dress, trappings, apparatus, equipage
uigheamaich
va. equip, furnish with instruments, apparatus or dress
uile
a. and nm. the whole, all : uile gu lir, altogether
uilear
See fuilear


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