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Tuesday, June 17

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Tuesday, November 19

  1. page ListOfAdjectives_S edited ... healthy 1. slàn, sàbhailte (safe and sound); 2. See also: slànaich (to cure); slànaighear (m,…
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    healthy
    1. slàn, sàbhailte (safe and sound); 2. See also: slànaich (to cure); slànaighear (m, a healer); slàinte (f, health); 3. See also: euslainteach (unhealthy);
    slaodach
    slaodaiche
    slow, sluggish
    -ach

    smachdail
    dominant, repressive
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  2. page ListOfCommonNouns_L edited ... M benefit, advantage ... tell me); Cha leigeadh i (a) leas an stiùireadh a leughadh. 'She…
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    M
    benefit, advantage
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    tell me); Cha leigeadh i (a) leas an stiùireadh a leughadh. 'She didn't need to read the instructions.';
    lèigh
    M
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  3. page ListOfVerbs_B edited ... to die, expire 1. cf. caochail (to die); marbh (to kill); 2. See also: bàs (m) - death, demis…
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    to die, expire
    1. cf. caochail (to die); marbh (to kill); 2. See also: bàs (m) - death, demise;
    bàth
    bàthadh
    to drown sb. (transitive)
    1. Bha i air a bàthadh. 'She (was) drowned.'; 2. Chaidh a bhàthadh. 'He (was) drowned.'; 3. Bhàth e e fhèin. 'He drowned himself.';

    beannaich
    beannachadh
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  4. page ListOfAdjectives_C edited ... 1. bean chòir (a good woman); 2. In correspondence: A charaid chòir ... (Dear friend ...); A c…
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    1. bean chòir (a good woman); 2. In correspondence: A charaid chòir ... (Dear friend ...); A chàirdean còire ... (Dear friends ...); A Sheumais chòir ... (Dear James ...); 3. B' e duine còir, coibhneil a bh' ann an Gavin. (Gavin was a decent, genial man - APC);
    coireach
    faulty, guiltycoiriche
    faulty, guilty, to blame, at fault, responsible

    -ach
    1. Derived from: coire (f) 'blame'; 2. Cha b' esan a bu choireach ach i fhèin. 'It was not him who was to blame, but her.'; Is e Catrìona a bu choireach. 'Catherine was to blame.'; Cha b' e duine sam bith a bu choireach ach i fhèin. 'No-one was to blame but her.';
    coltach
    similar; likely, probable
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  5. page ListOfVerbs_C edited ... to meet (up) 1. Bidh a' bhuidheann stiùiridh a' coinneachadh a-rithist. (The steering group w…
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    to meet (up)
    1. Bidh a' bhuidheann stiùiridh a' coinneachadh a-rithist. (The steering group will be meeting again); 2. coinnich ri ... (to meet sb); Choinnich e ris na soithichean. (He met the ships); Tha mi a' coinneachadh ri caraid. (I am meeting a friend.);
    coirich
    coireachadh
    to blame sb.
    1. Derived from: coire (f) 'blame';

    coisich
    coiseachd
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  6. page ListOfCommonNouns_C edited ... a kettle 1. Chuir i air an coire. (She put the kettle on. Anglicism??); Chuir i an coire air …
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    a kettle
    1. Chuir i air an coire. (She put the kettle on. Anglicism??); Chuir i an coire air a' ghas. (She put the kettle on [the gas].); 2. coire mór (a cauldron);
    coire
    F
    coireannan
    coire
    blame, fault
    1. cuir a' choire air ... 'to blame sb.'; Cha b' urrainn dhi a' choire a chuir air Tormod. 'She couldn't blame Norman.'; Bha fios aig Catrìona gun do chuir a pàrantan a' choire oirrese. 'Catherine knew that her parents blamed her.'; 2. See also: coireach 'responsible'; coireach (m) 'culprit'; coirich 'to blame';
    coireach
    M
    coirich
    coirich
    a culprit
    person, -ach
    1. Derived from: coire (f) 'blame';

    còisir
    F
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Monday, November 18

  1. page ListOfAdjectives_E edited ... eòlach acquainted ... each other); 3. bi mion-eòlach air ... 'thoroughly acquainted with …
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    eòlach
    acquainted
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    each other); 3. bi mion-eòlach air ... 'thoroughly acquainted with sth.';
    eu-coltach
    dissimilar
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  2. page ListOfCommonNouns_T edited ... a house 1. Old spelling: tigh; 2. taigh-cluiche (m, a theatre); taisteal M taistealan ta…
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    a house
    1. Old spelling: tigh; 2. taigh-cluiche (m, a theatre);
    taisteal
    M
    taistealan
    taisteil
    a journey
    1. neach-taisdeil (m) 'a traveller'; luchd-taisdeil (m) 'travellers';
    taistealaiche
    M
    taistealaichean
    taistealaiche
    a traveller
    person, -iche
    1. Derived from: taisdeal (m) 'journey';

    talamh
    M
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  3. page ListOfCommonNouns_M edited ... a middle, medium, means 1. meadhan conaltraidh (a medium of communication); ann an/aig teis-m…
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    a middle, medium, means
    1. meadhan conaltraidh (a medium of communication); ann an/aig teis-meadhan + GEN (at the very centre of sth);
    meàirleach
    M
    meàirlich
    a robber
    person -ach

    meann
    M
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    midst
    1. am measg +GEN (amongst, amidst, in the midst of); Thilg iad am measg nan con móra e. (They threw him amongst the big dogs); Am measg a' bhithe, bha ceathramh built. (amongst the food was a haunch of mutton);
    mèirleach, meàirleach
    M
    mèirlich, meàirlich
    mèirlich, meàirlich
    a robber
    person, -ach

    meur
    F
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