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Acknowledgements xii List of Abbreviations xiii The Dictionary ISBN 10: 1 84158106 Z ISBN 13: 978 1 84158106 4 British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Thug Comhairle nan Leabhraichean labharlas barantais dhan fhoillsichear airson obair deasachaidh air an leabhar seo, agus chuidich a' Chomhairle le cosgaisean an leabhair Typeset by Edderston Book Design, Peebles Printed and bound by Creative Print and Design, Ebbw Vale, Wales 1 The Forms of the Gaelic Article 422 Introduction do Sheonaid, a-rithist This volume complements the same compiler's Essential Gaelic-English Dictionary, published by Birlinn in 2001. ; 2 (idiom: be serious) bi v irreg ann an da-riribh, they didn't - it cha robh iad ann an da-riribh; 3 (intend) bi vi irreg airson, I didn't - to do it eha robh mi airson a dheanarnh, also cha robh mi a' ciallachadh a dheanarnh, cha do rinn mi a dh'aon rim mla dh'aon ghnothach m e meander v (river &c) lub vi meandering adj (road, river, argllment &c) lubach meaning n ciallf, (esp sense of words & exprs) brlghf invar, seagh m, words without - laclan mpl gun chiall, the - of (the) words brigh nam laeal, the word isn't used with that - cha chleachdar am lacal san t-seagh sin meaningful adj brighrnhor meaningless adj gun chia U means n 1 doigh f meadhan m, - of transport doigh(ean)-siubhaill gi Ulain m; 2 in expr by - of tro mheadhan m (with gen), by - of the hammer tro mheadhan an itird (gen of ord m); 3 (wealth &c) beartas m, saidhbhreas m, in expr a man of - duine airgeadaeh meantime n eadar-ama m, in the - anns an eadar-ama meanwhile adv re na h-Uine seo/sin measles n used witl! IItion) in expr make up one's - cull v~ (UJi~h prep ro), they made up their -s to bujld a house chull iad ramhpa taigh m a thogail, no~e also ~he idiom she had a - to tidy the house bha e fa-near dhi an taigh a sgioblachadh; 4 (memory) cuimhne f, keep in - c Um v~ air chuimhne, it slipped my - chaidh e as mo chuimhne, call to - cull v~ na (&c) c(h)uimhne, it called to - my mother's house chull e nam chuimhne tajgh m ma mhathar; 5 (sanity &c) ciall f, rian m, reusan m, he lost his - chaill e a chiall, she's out of her - tha i as a ciall/as arian, it was nearly driving me out of my - bha e gus ma chur as ma nan, also bha e gus ma chur dhiom thin mmd v 1 (care, be concerned) in exprs I don't -! -ionannachd f nan gne f invar, - relations/intercourse feise f, - de SIre rruann mf, (more Il Istflll) ana-miann mf, drilis f shabby adj 1 luideach, cearbach, robach; 2 (condllct &c) suarach, (stronger) tiiireil 321 shackle E GLl SH-GAELl C D,cn ONARY share shackle n geimhealm shackle v geirnh Jich vt shade n dubhar m, sgilil(e) f, dubharachd f invar, in the - of the walls fo dhubhar(achd)/sgail nam ballachan mpl shade v duibhrich vti shadow n 1 (shade) dubhar m, sgail(e)f, dubharachdfinvar, in the - of the walls fo dhubhar(achd)/sgail nam ballachan mpl; 2 (thrown -) faileas m, her - fell on me laigh a faileas orm shadowy adj faileasach shady adj dubharach shaggy adj molach, romach, fionnach, robach shake n (involuntary) crith f shake v 1 (deliberately) crath vti, he shook his head/fist chrath e a cheann mla dhom m; 2 (involuntarily) bi vi irreg air chrithf, (less usu) crith vi, he was shaking with the fever bha e air chrith leis an fhiabhras m, in expr start to - rach vi air chrith; 3 (surfaces &c) luaisg vi, the building was shaking bha an togalach a' luasgadh; 4 in expr - hands, beir vi air lairnh f dat (with prep air), he didn't - hands with me cha do rug e air laimh orm shaking adj air chrith f, - with fever air chrith leis an fhiabhras m shaking n luasgan m shaky adj 1 (lit) cugallach, critheanach, (stronger) tulgach, - on his feet cugallach air a chasan, - bridge drochaid chritheanach; 3 (jig: dodgy, dubious) cuga Hach, don't get involved in it, it's pretty - na gabh gnothach m ris, tha e gu math cugallach shallow adj 1 (lit) eu-domhainn, (of water) tana; 2 (jig: of person, activity &c) faoin, diomhain shambles n b Urach m, in a - ann am b Urach shame n 1 naire f invar, masladh m, tamailt f, feel - gabh naire, without - gun naire, for -! tha mi seac searbh sglth den dol-a-mach m illvar agad! road rathad singilte, - bed leabaidh shingilte; 2 (I/llmarried) singilte, gun phosadh m, when I was - and my pocket did jingle nuair a bha mi singilte 's a bha mo phbca m a' gliongadaich; 3 ill exprs a - man fleasgach m, a - woman maighdeann f; 4 (ill emph exprs) aon, we didn't see a - person chan fhaca sinn fiu is aon duine m, also chan fhaca sinn duine sam bith/duine beo/duine no duine, every - gach aon, it rained every - day bha an t-uisge ann gach aon la m singular adj 1 (strallge) araid, nebnach, (strollger) iongantach, wasn't that -? isgeach, sgeunach skivvy 11 sgalagf skull n claigeann 11/ sky n speur Ill, adhar m, iarmaill j; up in the - shuas san speur/sna speuran mpl/ san adhar skylark n uiseagj; (less 1151/) lopagf slab n 1 (of stone, rock) leac j; in exp slab-like leacach; 2 (- of cake &c) sgonn m slacken v ifastenings &c) fuasgail vt, lasaich vt slander n c Ul-ehameadh m slander v cui-chain vt, cain vt slanderous adj c Ul-ehainnteach slant n fiaradh m, c1aonadh m, at a - air fhjaradh slanting adj air fhjaradh, fiar slap n sgallc j; sgealp j; sgleogf slap v sgealp vt slale n sgleat m slaughter 11 casgairt f invar slaughter v casgair vt slaughterhouse n laigh-spadaidh m slave n traill mf slaver n ronn "" seile m invar slavery n trailleachd f invar, traillealachd f invar slay v casgair vt, morl & murl vt, marbh vt sledge 11 slaodan m sleek adj s! , peaceful - cadal samhach/seimh, I didn't get a wink of - cha d'£huair mi (fiu is) norragf chadail gen; 2 in expr sing! ; 2 (be asleep) bi vi irreg na (&c) c(h)adal m, we were -ing bha sinn nar cadal sleeping-bag 11 poea m cadail m gell sleepless adj gun chadalm, a - night oidhche f gun chadal sleepy adj 1 cadalach, a - child paiste cadalach; 2 in expr I'm (&c) - tha an cada! vt smell n (pleasallt or unpleasant) aile(adh) & faile(adh) m, boladh m, (usu pleasant) boltrach m, (bad or foul) tochd m invar, it had a bad - bha droeh aile (a' tighinn) dheth smell v 1 (as vt) fairich vt, feuch vt, can you - the peat reekt? so conj 1 (tlierefore) mar sin, I'm tired (and) - I'm leaving tha mi sgith 's mar sin tha mi a' falbh; 2 (in order tliat) gus an/am, (neg) gus nach, airson, (neg) airson nach, - (that) he would have some pocket money gus am biodh airgead-pbcaid m aige, - (that) you can find the house gus an urrainn dhut an taigh a lorg, - (that) she wouldn't be hungry 335 so ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY soft gus/airson nach biodh an t-acras oirre, (in order that, also with the resl/It that) air dhoigh is, air chor is, (with c Olljs gu, nach), - (that) I wouldn't be impolite air dhoigh 's nach bithinn ml-mhodhail, he shut the door - (that) I wouldn't get in dhilin e an doras air dhoigh is/air chor is nach fhaighinn a-steach, he spoke in a low voice - (that) I didn't hear him bhruidhinn e ann an guth 1/1 10sal air dhoigh 's nach cuala ml e so pron 1 (relldered by repetitioll of v offoregoillg selltellce) did he wash his hands?

The intention has been to make available, in a format that is pleasant to handle, a generous proportion of "essential" or core Gaelic. art, a' ghriu(th)lach f (idiom) she has (the) - lba i sa ghriulach measure n 1 (abstr, also device, tool) tomhas m, tape - ribean-tomhais m; 2 (a certain or limited amollnt) na h-uirnhir f invar, na h-uiread m invar, we had a - of security bha na h-uirnhir Ina h-uiread de thearainteachd f invar againn; 3 (expedient, sollltion &c) eeum m, take/implement -s gabh ceumannan (to gus), safety -s ceumannan-siibhailteachd mpl 231 measure ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY memorandum measure v (dimensions, speed, weigllt &c) tomhais vt measurement n tomhas m, take -s gabh tomhasan measuring adj tomhais (gen of tomhas m), - tape teip f tomhais meat n fe Oil f mechanic n meacanaig m, (more trad) innleadair m mechanical adj innealach mechanism n 1 innealm; 2 (means, not nec meelmnical) meadhan m, a - for collecting taxes meadhan airsonl gus cisean Jpl a thoirt a-steach meddle v gabh gnothach m (in/with ri), buin vi (in/with do, ri), don't with it na gabh gnothach ris, na buin dha/ris media npl, I/sed witll art, the - na meadhanan mpl medical adj leigheil, (less trad) meidigeach medicine n 1 (abstr: tile science) eolas-leighis m; 2 (con: medication) leigheas m, iacshlaint f, cungaidh f, cungaidh-leighis f, cough - leigheaschasad m medieval adj meadhan-aoiseil meditate v me Omhraich & meamhraich vi (on/about air) meditation n me Omhrachadh & meamhrachadh m (on/about air) Mediterranean adj Meadhan-thireach Mediterranean n, the - Am Muir mf Meadhan-thireach medium adj meadhanach medium n meadhan m, through the - of tro mheadhan m (witll gen), education through the - of Gaelic foghlam m tro mheadhan na Gaidhlig meek adj umha(i)l, macanta meekness Umhlachd f invar meet v 1 (congregate) cruinnich vi, coinnich vi, thig vi comhla, lionail vi, they - in the village hall bidh iad a' cruinneachadh ann an talla m a' bhaile; 2 (encol/nter, by chance or by arrangement) coinnich vi, tachair vi, (with prep ri), I met X in the town choinnich mi/thachair mi ri X sa bhaile, did you ever - him? ; 3 in expr go to - them (ie towards them) rach vi nan coinneimh f meeting n 1 (business -, - ofsocieties &c) coinneamhf, annual - coinneamh bhliadhnail; 2 (an encol/nter, by elmnce or arrangement) coinneachadh m melancholy adj 1 (person, mood &c) gruamach, dubhach, fo ghruaim f dat; 2 (atmosphere, music &c) liamhaidh melancholy n gruaim f, mwad m melodious adj Ce Olmhor, fonnmhor, binn melody n port f, fonn m melon n meal-bhucan m melt v leagh vti member n ball m membership n ballrachd f invar memorandum n cuimhneachan m, meorachan & meamhrachan m 232 memorial ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY messenger memorial adj cuimhneachaidh (gen of cuirnhneachadh m, I/sed adjectivally) memorial n 1 cuirnhneachan m; 2 (in the form ofa stone or IIl Onl/ment) dach f chuirnhne f invar, clach f chuirnhneachain gen, clach chuirnhneachaidh (gen of cuimhneachadh m, llsed adjectivally) memorise v me Omhraich & meamhraich vt, c Um vt air mhe Omhair f, c Um vt air chuirnhne f invar memory n 1 (thefacility and siteof-) meomhair & meamhair f, cuirnhne finvar, commit to - meomhraich & meamhraich vt, c Um vt air mheomhair, (idiom) if my - me rightly/doesn't deceive me mas math mo chuimhne, (ID random access - (RAM) cuimhne thuairmeach, read only - (ROM) cuimhne bhuan; 2 (what is remembered) cuimhne f invar (of air), I've no - of him chan eil cuimhne agam air menace v maoidh vi, bagaif vi, (with prep air), he was menacing me bha e a' maoidheadh orm menace n maoidheadh 111 mend v 1 cairich vt, cair vt; 2 (remedy, improve) leasaich vt menstruation n fuil-m(h)iosa f mental adj innlinn (gen ofinnlinnf, I/sed adjectivally), innlinneach, innlinneil, - ability/capacity comas m innlinn, - illness linneas-innlinn m, euslaint 111 inntinn mention n iornradh m, guth m, tarraingf, (of air), mention v 1 thoir iornradh m, thoir guth m, (with prep air), he didn't it cha lug e iornradh/guth air; 2 in erpr not to - gun guth (with prep air), pears are dear, not to - apples tha peuran Jpl daor, gun ghuth air ubhlan mpl menu n 1 clar m bidh (gen ofbiadh m); 2 (ID clar m iuil (gen of i Ulm) merchant 11 ceannaiche "" marsanta ", merciful adj iochdmhor, tfbcaireach mercury n airgead beo mercy n iochd f invar, trbcair f, truas m, God's mercies trbcairean Dhe (gen of Dia m), have - gabh truas (on de) merge v co-m(h)easgaich vti, co-aonaich vti merit n 1 (worth, value) luach m invar, fiu m invar, without - gun luach, gun £hiu; 2 (honour, repl/tation) cliu m invar merit v toill vt meritorious adj airidh mermaid n maighdeann-mhara f merriment 1J cridhealas 111, mire f invnr merry adj 1 aighearach; 2 (tipsy) air leth-mhisgf mess n 1 (litter, I/I/tidiness) truileis f invar; 2 (messy state) b Urach m, in a ann am b Urach, also troirnh-a-cheile, thar a cheile, bun-os-cionn message n fios m, teachdaireachd f invar, give him this - thoir am fios seo dha, going on a - a' dol air theachdaireachd messenger t J teachdaire ", 233 metal E GLl SH-GAELl C Dlcn O ARY might metal adj meatailt, de mheatailt f, - doors darsan mpl meataill, dorsan de mheatailt metal n meatailt f metallic adj meatailteach metamorphosis n cruth-atharrachadh m meteor, meteorite n dreagf meteorology n e Olas-slde m meter n meidheadair m method n 1 (abs~r: organisa~ion, orderliness &c) ordugh m, riaghailt f, rian m; 2 (way of doing some~hing) doigh f, seal m, alt m methodical adj ordail, riaghailteach, rianail methodicalness n ordugh m, riaghailt f, rian m methodology n doigh-obrach f meticulous adj (person, work &c) mianajdeach, mian-chwseach, pongail, a - enquiry/study sgrudadh mionajdeach metre n 1 (nni~ of lengtll) meatail m; 2 (poe~ic rhy~hm) meadrachd f invar, rannajgheachd f invar metric adj meatrach metrical adj meadrachail mew v dean mialajch/ miamhail f invar me Mng, miao Mng, n mia Jaich f invar, miamhail f invar microwave n meanbh-thonn f midday n meadhan-la m, the - meal biadh m meadhan-la gen, (~rad) an ruisean m midden siteagf, otrach m, dilnan m middle n meadhan m, a belt around my - crias m mum mheadhan, the very/exact - an ceart-mheadhan, an teis-meadhan, right in the - of the town ann an ceart-mheadhan/ann an teis-meadhan a' bhaile middle-age n meadhan-aais f middle-aged adj leth-shean mjddling adj & adv meadhanach, I'm only - well today chan eil mi ach meadhanach an-diugh, you only did - well cha do rinn thu ach meadhanach math midge n meanbh-chuileagf midget n luchraban m midrught n meadhan-aidhche m midsummer n leth m invar an t-samhraidh midwile n bean-ghl Wn f mid Mnter n leth m invar a' gheamhrajdh mien n meinn f, dreach m, snuadh m might n 1 (mainly abs~r: pol, mili~ary &c) cumhachd mf invar, the - of the Roman Empire cumhachd lompaireachd f na Roimhe; 2 (absrr, also often phys) neact m, Samson's - neart Shamsoin, (saying) - before right theid neact thar cearl m 234 might ENGLISH-GAELIC Dlcno ARY mme might v 1 (expressing possibili~y) faod vi def, it - be that there is life on Mars dh'fhaodadh e a bhith gu bheil beatha m air Mart m, he - be ill faodaidh gu bheil e tinn, also's d Ocha gu bheil e tinn, dh'fhaodte gu bheil e tinn; 2 (expressing pennission) - I leave now? sick 11 1 (ill pi: ill people) the - na h-euslaintich mpl; 2 (vomit) diobhairt m jnvar sick up v diobhair vt, tilg vt, cuir vt a-mach, the boy sicked up his dinner dhlobhair/thilg am balach a dhinnear f, chuir am balach a-mach a dhinnear sicken v 1 (becollle sick) fas vi tinn; 2 (disgust) cuir sgreamh III (with prep air), sgreataich vt, it -s me tha e a' cur sgreamha gen orm sickle" corran 111 sickly adj (off colollr) bochd, (stronger) tinn, euslainteach sickness n tinneas Ill, gearan Ill, galar Ill, - benefit sochair[tinneis gell side 11 1 taobh Ill, (l IIore trod) leth m illvar, (esp o[ body, hill) cliatha(i)ch f, there's a pain in my - tha pian[nam chliathaich, the lorry struck the - of the house bhuail an lilraidh[taobh/cliatha(i)ch an taighe Ill, the west - (o[ the COUlltry &c) an taobh siar also an taobh an iar, at my - rim thaobh, - by - taobh ri taobh, put tolon one - cuir an dara taobh, ill expr - of the head lethcheann Ill; 2 (topog: - o[hill) leathad m, bruthach mf, cliatha(i)ch f; 3 (in dispute &c) taobh Ill, leth III illvar, we took her ghabh sinn a taobh-se, chaidh sinn as a leth, ch Um sinn taobh rithe; 4 (pride) lebm [ side v ill expr we -d with her ghabh sinn a taobh-se Ill, chaidh sinn as a leth m illvar, ch Um sinn taobh rithe sideways adv an comhair a (&c) t(h)aoibh (gen o[taobh m), the mare fell thuit an lill[an comhair a taoibh siege n seist m[, under - fo sheist, Jay - cuir seist (to air) siesta n d Usa J III feasgair m gen sieve Il criathar tu sieve, sift v criathraich vt sigh 11 osnaf, osnadh m, osann Ill, (less usu) ospagf, heave a - leig/dean osna, osnaich vi sigh v leig/dean osna [, osnaich vi sighing n osnaich f, osnachadh m sight 11 1 (eye-) fradharc & radharc m, leirsinn [invar, (less usu in this sellse) sealladh Ill; 2 (field o[ vision) sealladh Ill, (flradharc m, fianais f, he wasfhe came in(to) - bha/thilinig e an sealladh/san t-sealladh, bha/thainig e san (fh)radharc/am fianais, out of - a sealladh, as an t-sealladh, as an (fh)radharc, a fianais, out of my -! , we lost- of him chaill sinn sealladh air, we were in - of the island bha sinn am fianais an eilein; 3 (view, spectacle) sealladh Ill, beautiful -s seallaidhean breagha; 4 ill expr second - an da shealladh m sing, taibhsearachd [invar sign n 1 comharra(dh) Ill, samhla(dh) Ill, that's a goodfbad -! , - of respect comharradh 327 E sign GLl SH-GAELl C D1cn O ARY simultaneously urraim m gell, '-an' is a - of the plural is e '-an' samh1a/comharradh an iolra; 2 (givillg illformatioll, directiol/s &c) soighne m, road - soighnerathaid m; 3 (hillt, sigllal) sanas m, comharra(dh) m, he gave me a with a wink of his eye thug e sanas dhomh le priobadh m a shwa (gell of s Uil f); 4 (trace &c) lorgf, sgeulm, there's no - of it/him chan eillorg air, is there any - of Seumas? sign v cuir m' (&c) airun m (with prep ri), she -ed the letters chuir i a h-ainm ris na litrichean JPI signal 11 sanas m, comharra(dh) m, he gave me a - with a wink of his eye thug e sanas dhomh le priobadh m a shwa (gell of s Uil f) signature 11 airun m (sgriobhte), append your - to the contract enclosed cuir d' airun ris a' chiunhnant m a tha an cois (na litreach seo) significance 11 brigh f, ciall f, statements of no - briathran mp[ gun bhrlgh significant adj 1 (of importallce) cud(th)romach, a - change atharrachadh cudthromach; 2 (meallingflll) brigheil signify v ciallaich vt, what does the new policy -? signpost n clilr-se Olaidh m, post-se Olaidh m, soighne silence n tosd m illvar, silrnhchair f, (as commalld) -! silent adj 1 silrnhach, gun fhuaim mf, (esp of persons) losdach, na (&c) t(h)osd m invar, they were - bha iad nan tosd; 2 (rendered speechless) balbh, (strollger) bog balbh, he was - in the face of his wife's anger bha e balbh ro fheirgf dat na mna aige silk n sloda n E silky adj siodach silliness 11 goraiche f illvar, amaideas m, faoineas m silly adj gorach, faoin, baoth, don't be -! silt n eabar Ill, poll m silver n airgead m silver adj airgid (gen of airgead m, I/sed adjectivally) silversmith 11 ceard-airgid m similar adj coltach (to ri), all the buildings were - (to each other) bha na togalaichean mp[ air fad coltach ri cheile similarity 11 coltas m simile n (Lit &c) samhla(dh) m simple adj 1 (easy) furasta, soirbh, simplidh, a - job/question obair/ ceist fhurasda; 2 (p[aill, ,,,,pretelltiol/s) simplidh, a - dwelling ililecomhnaidh simplidh; 3 (--millded) simplidh, baoth simplicity 11 simplidheachd f illvar simplify 11 simplich vt simultaneous adj 1 co-amail; 2 ill expr - translation eadar-theangachadh m mar-aon adv simultaneously adv aig an aon am m 328 sin E GUSH-GAELIC DICt IONARY siren sin 11 1 peacadh m, a mortal - peacadh-bais, original - peacadh-gine; 2 (Ilot Ilecessari[y ill fl/Il re I sense) cionl(a) m sin v peacaich vi, (Ilot Ilec ill fl/Il rei sellse) ciontaich vi since collj 1 (COl/sal) on & bhon (with conj a), a chionn is (with conj gu), they put the stock on the hill - the grazing was good up there chuir iad an spreidh f dhan mhonadh m on a bha/a chionn 's gu robh an t-ionaltradh math shuas an sin; 2 (time) 0 & bho, on & bhon (with collj a), the first lette I she's sent me - I got to know her a' chiad litir a tha i air a chur thugam bhon a chuir mi eblas m oirre, it's a long time - I was at school's fhada on a bha mi san sgoil f, (or, with subordinate v in neg) 's fhada 0 nach robh mi san sgoil, it's a long time - we saw you is fhada 0 nach fhaca sinn sibh since prep (time) 0 chionn & bho chionn, I've been working for him - a year ago tha mi ag obair aige bho chionn bliadhna f sincere adj dillachdach, fosgarra sincerity 11 dillachd mf, treibhdhireas m sincerely adv (corres) yours - le dillachd mf, is mise le meas III illvar sinew n feithf sinewy adj feitheach sinful adj peacach sing v 1 seinn vti, gabh vt, will you - for us? lom sleep n 1 cadal Ill, (light -) dusalm, (11511 deeper) suain Ill, go to -! rock to - lalaidh vt 331 sleep ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY sliver sleep v 1 dean cadalm, caidil vi, - now/go to sleep now! orm (&c), also tha mi cadalach sleet n flin & flinne m invar sleeve 11 muinchill, muinichill & muil(i)cheann m, he rolled up his -s thruis e a mhuilcheannan sleigh n slaodan m slender adj caol, seang slice 11 (- CIlt from somethillg; also kitchen tool) sliseagf, fish-- sliseag-eisgf slide 11 (ill playpark &c, or made all ice) sleamhnagf sleamhnan m slide v (all slippery sllrface) sleamhnaich vi slight adj 1 beag, a - cold cnatan beag, a - mist on the hill ceo beag air a' mhonadh m; 2 (of person: - in bllild) beag, tana; 3 (of little value or merit) aotrom, (more pej) suarach slight v cuir vt an suarachas 111, cui! am fairich 333 smell ENGLISH-GAELIC DICf IONARY snarl thu/am feuch thu ceb III na mbna?

For this reason much of the material given is common to the two volumes, and can thus be accessed from the starting point of either English or Gaelic. vt air dlmeas m illvnr, cuir vt air bheag suim f dean dimeas (with prep air) slightly adv beagan, she left - early dh'fhalbh i beagan ran am m, it was raining - bha beagan uisge m gen ann slim adj caol, tana, seang slim v seangaich vt, ill expr I had to - b' fheudar dhomh cudthrom m a chall slime" clabar 111 slimming 11 seangachadh m, call m cudthruirn m gen slink v ealaidh vi, sio! ; 2 (as vi) it -s tha faileadh In (a' tighinn) dheth smiddy n ceardach f smile n faite-gaire f, fiarnh-ghaire & fiarnh a' ghaire m, snodha-gaire Ill, (sly -) miogf smile v dean faite-gaire f, dean fiarnh-ghaire or fiarnh a' ghaire Ill, dean snodha-gaire III smirk n miogf smite v buail vt smith n 1 ceard & ceard Ill, silver- ceard-airgid Ill, copper- ceard-copair In; 2 (black-) gobha m smithy n ceardach f smoke n smwd f, ceb m, (usl/ligliter) t Oitf, emit/give out- cuir smwd, peat ....

Though dictionaries are not learning tools in the way that grammars or course books are, anyone who was to absorb a reasonable proportion of the content of these volumes would be well equipped to function in a Gaelic-speaking environment, and from then on to learn by using the language - which is, after all, the best way! lucky adj 1 fortanach, sealbhach; 2 (idiom) he'll be - (if he isn't killed &c) '5 math a dh'eireas dha (mura teid a mharbhadh &c) luggage 11 treal(l)ajchean -",1, bagajchean mpl Luing n Lllinn m, Eilean m Lllinn gen, i/l erpr a man from - Lllinneach m (also as adj) lukewarm adj (lit & fig) leth-fhuar, (welcome, attitude &c) flonnaf, - tea teatha leth-fhuar, a - welcome failtefleth-fhuar, failte fhionnar lullaby n liiladh m, oran m ta Jaidh gm lumber n treal(l)ajch f lump n reap m, map Ill, meall m, - of peat ceap mona (gm of moine! meadow, meadowland n c1ua(i)n f da B f faiche f, leana f (esp beside watercourse, loch) innis f meal' n (ground cereals &c) min f meal' n biadh m, (trod) diathad f Ion m, the midday - biadh meadhan-lii m gen, also (trod: with art) an ruisean m mea Jtime n triith m bidh/bidhe (gen ofbiadh m) mean adj 1 (petty, insignificant) erion, suarach; 2 (stingy) spioeaeh, mosach mean n meadhan m mean v 1 eia Uaich vt, (more fam) minig vt, what do you -? p vi, - off home ealaidh/siolp dhachaigh, - away ealaidh/siolp air falbh slip nl (stumble &c) tuisleadh m; 2 (error) mearachd f (less usu) iomrallm; 3 in expr - of the tongue tapagf slip v 1 (stumble) tuislich vi, (esp on slippery surface) sleamhnaich vi; 2 (surreptitious movement) siolp vi, ealaidh vi, - inside/away siolp a-steach/air falbh, - off home ealaidh dhachaigh adv; 3 in expr it -ped my mind chaidh e as mo chuimhne f invar slipped adj & past part, in expr - disc dar m sgiorrte slipper n slapagf slippery adj 1 (lit) sleamhainn; 2 (fig: of person) carach, fiar slipshod adj (of workmanship &c) dearmadach, coma co-dhiu slippy adj sleamhainn slip-up n mearachd f slit n sgoltadh m slit v sgoilt & sgolt vt sliver n sgealbagf 332 slogan ENGLISH-GAELIC DICTIONARY smell slogan 11 sluagh-ghairm f slop v doirt vt slope 11 1 daonadh m; 2 (topog: hill-) leathad m, bruthach mf, aodann m slope v 1 daon vti; 2 (jam) - off ealaidh vi air falbh sloping adj daon sloppy adj 1 (jood &c) tana, - porridge brochan tana; 2 (of workmanship &c: careless) dearmadach, coma co-dhiu; 3 (in appearallce) cearbach, luideach, robach slosh v (sound) plubraich vi, plub vi sloth n leisg(e) f slothful adj leisg, diomhain slovenly adj luideach, rapach, robach slow adj mall, slaodach, mairnealach slow, slow down v 1 (go/become slower) rach vi irreg am maille f invar; 2 (make slower) cuir maille f invar (with prep air or ann) slowness n maille f invar slow-willed adj mall na (&c) inntinn f, (jam, pej) tiugh sludge n eabar m, poll m slug n 1 (the creature) seilcheagf; 2 (jam: bullet) peilear m sluggish adj slaodach slum n slum(a) m slumber n suain f cadal m slurry 11 giodar m slut 11 (slatternly woman) luid f breunagf sly adj carach, fiar smack n sgailc f sgealp f smack v sgealp vt small adj 1 beag, mion- prefi X (lellites followillg COil S where possible), (very -) meanbh, - girl caileag bheag, - salary tuarastal beag, - town baile beag, cut up - mion-ghearr vt, theft on a - scale mion-bhraide f; 2 in exprs - change airgead pronn m, - intestine caolan m smart adj 1 (ill dress, appearallce &c) grinn, cuimir, snasai! ceo na mbna smoke v 1 f Jire &c) cuir smwd f, smwd vi, the fire's smoking tha an teine a' cur smuide gen; 2 (- tobacco) smoc vti, do you -? smoking n (of cigarettes &c) smocadh In, no -, - not allowed chan fhaodar (pres liabitual passive of faod vi dej) smocadh m smoky adj cebthach, toiteach smooth adj (surface &c) min, reidh smoothe v dean vt reidh, dean vt min smoothly adv, in exprs the day passed - chaidh an latha m seachad gu socair, in expr we get onlalong - with them tha sinn reidh riutha smother f Jire, person, dissent &c) much vt, ruch vt, (person) tachd vt, (esp fire) sma(i)1 vt smoulder v cnamh-Ioisg vi smudge n smalm smudge v smeur vt smug adj toilichte leis (&c) fhein/fhin, he says we're - tha e ag radh gu bheil sinn toilichte leinn fhin smuggler n c Ul-rnhutaire m smuggling n c Ul-rnhutaireachd f invar smut n 1 (small dirty mark) smal m, spot m; 2 (sl/ggestive talk) drabastachd f invar, draostachd f invar, rabhd /11 smutty adj (suggestive) drabasta, draosta snack n srubagf, pios m snag n duilgheadas m snail n seilcheagf snake n nathair f snappy adj 1 (sliort-tempered: of people) aithghearr, cas, (of dogs & people) dranndanach; 2 (of action &c: brisk, prompt) deas, aithghearr snare 11 ribe m snarl v dean dranndan Ill, the dog -ed rinn an cu dranndan, in expr apt to - dranndanach 334 snarl ENGLISH-GAELIC Dt Cf IONARY so snarl, snarling n dranndan Ill, dranndail f invar snatch v glac vt, beir vi irreg (witli prep air) sneak v ealaidh vi, snaig vi, siolp vi, - off home ealaidh dhachaigh sneer v dean fanaid f (at air) sneering n fanaid f (at air) sneeze 11 sreothart In sneeze v dean sreothart m sneezing, sneezing fit n sreothartaich f sniff n boladh III (atlof de), a - atlof the cooking pot boladh den phrais f sniff v Il Jlower &c) gabh boladh III (witli prep de); 2 in expr - at (look down on) dean tair f (witli prep air) snivel v smuch vi snooze n dusallll, norragf, norrag chadailfgen, takelhave a - dean dusal! , I'm not - good today chan eil mi cho math an-diugh, I'm not - young as I was chan eil mi cho bg agus a bha mi; 2 - many/much (na h-) uimhir f invar, there were - many people there bha na h-uirnhir de dhaoine IIIpl ann, I had - much money bha uirnhir de dh'airgead m agam; 3 in exprs and - on's mar sin (air adhart), apples, pears, cherries and - on ubhlan IIIpl, peuran Jpl, siristean Jpl 's mar sin, also's a leithid sin, she said we were lazy, rude, scruffy ...

Eventually they grew the ability to merge which allowed the current demons to combine their strength and escape.

They often serve as major antagonists of the Devilman franchise. The demons have superhuman strength and durability following their first imprisonment all subsequent demons have the ability to merge with other creatures.

This is not limited to transform to mimic the appearance of humans.

After millions of years demons break free from the mountain and start merging with humans.

However the demons try to wipe out humanity and reclaim the earth, but the devilmen rise to their defense.

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Their abilities are revealed to be from genetic experiments from an unknown time before.