Faclair Gàidhlig - Beurla
Gaelic - English Dictionary


b'
for : bu, was, were, wert; would be
b
See b
bac
va. hinder, restrain
bac
nm. pl.+an, hindrance, restraint
bacadh
v.n. hindering, restraining, retarding
bacan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain and +an, tether, stake; door hinge
bad
nm. pl.+an, tuft, bunch, cluster : ann ad bhad, attacking you : bad-mullaich, top tuft
badan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little tuft, bunch or cluster
bagaid
nf. pl.+ean, cluster, bunch, as of nuts
bagair
va. +t, and -radh, threaten
bagairt
v.n. threatening; a threat
bagradh
v.n. threatening; a threat
baidealach
a. battlemented, clouding, looming
Bideanach
pnm. g.v. -aich, Badenoch
bidh
nf. g. -e, benignity, kindness
bidheach
a. kindly disposed
bidheil
a. benign, humane, kind
bigh
See bidh
bailbh
See balbh
baile
nm. pl. bailtean, town, township
Baile-chuidir
pnm. Balquhidder; also, Both-chuidir
baile-mr
nm. pl. bailtean-mra, city, large town
b' ill
for : bu ill, in phrases: b' ill leam, I would that, etc.
billidh
nm. pl.+ean, bailiff, magistrate, (L.Sc. bailie)
bine
nf.ind. paleness, whiteness, fairness
binidh
nf.ind. fury, rage, great excitement
bainne
nm.ind. milk
bainnse
See banais
baintighearn
nf. pl.+an, gentlewoman
bir
nm. g. -e; pl.+ean, a game, goal
birlinn
nf. pl.+ean, warning, summons of removal
birneach
nf. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, limpet
baist
va. baptize
baisteadh
v.n. baptising, baptism
balach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, clown, fellow, lad
balachan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little lad
balbh
a. dumb, silent
balbhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, dumb person
balg
nm. g.v. builg; pl. builg, leather bag, wallet, belly; blister on skin
balgair
nm. pl.+ean, fox; impudent person
balgam
nm. g.v. -aim; pl.+annan, mouthful of liquor
balgan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, little bag, little blister
balgan-bice
nm. g.v. -ain-bh-; pl. -ain-bh-, fuzz ball
ball
nm. g.v. buill; pl. buill, limb, member, ball, spot : air ball, at once, immediately
balla
nm. pl.+chan, wall
ballan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, wooden domestic vessel, tub
ball-chrith
nf. trembling with terror
Baltair
pnm. Walter
bn
a. white, pale, wan, fair-haired : am bn, the untilled part of a field being tilled, in opposition to the ploughed part, called : an dearg, `the red'
ban-
she-, female-; pref. to impart femininity to names of males; corresponds to -ess
banachag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, dairymaid
bnag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, grilse
banail
a. -ala, womanly, feminine
banais
nf. g. bainnse; pl. bainnsean, wedding, marriage
banaltrum
nf. g.d. -uim; pl.+an, nurse
banarach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aich, dairymaid
banas-tighe
nm. g. banais-thighe, housewifery
ban-chile
nf. spouse, wife
ban-dic
nf. pl.+an, duchess
bann
nm. g.v. boinn; pl. boinn, band, belt, cord; hinge; girth
bann-aideachaidh
nm. receipt; inflected on first element
bann-ddein
nm. safe-conduct, bond of safety; inflected on the first element
banntrach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, widow, widower
ban-righinn and ban-rgh
nf. pl.+ean, queen
baoth
a. foolish, unwise, stupid
bara
nm. pl.+chan, barrow : bara-rotha, wheelbarrow
barail
nf. g. -alach; pl. -alaichean, opinion, conjecture
baraille
nf. pl.+an, barrel
baran
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, baron
barantas
nm. g.v. -ais, warranty, authority, security
brd
nm. g.v. bird; pl. bird, bard, poet
brdachd
nf.ind. poetry
brr
nm. g. -a; pl. barran, top, point; crop; superiority : a bhrr, from off : toirt brr air, excelling it or him
Barra
pnm. Barra (Hebrides)
barrach
nm. g.v. -aich, top branches of trees
barrachd
nf.ind. surplus, superiority, excess; more : a bharrachd air, over and above, beyond
barrag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, scum on the surface of liquid; cream
barraibh
See brr
barraichte
a. surpassing, pre-eminent
barr-iall
nm. g.v. -eill; pl.+an, shoe latchet, thong (L.Sc. whang)
bas
nf. g. boise; d. bois; pl.+an, palm of the hand, lower part of shinty club
bs
nm. g.v. bis, death
bsaich
vn. die, perish, wither
bas-bhualadh
nm. clapping the hands, from joy or grief; inflected on second element
bata
nm. pl.+chan, staff, cudgel
bta
nm. pl.+ichean, boat
bth
va. drown, quench, slake
bthach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, byre, cow house
bathais
nm. pl.+ean, forehead
bathar
nm. g.v. -air, wares, goods, merchandise
beach
nm. g.+a; v. bheich; pl.+an, bee
beachd
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, opinion, observance, perception, view, judgment : am beachd, of the opinion: thar a beachd, out of her wits : gabhail beachd, noticing: is beachd leam, I am of the opinion
beachdachadh
v.n. observation, thinking, studying
beachdaich
va. observe, mark, pay attention to
beachdail
a. observant
beachd-smaoinich
va. muse, meditate, contemplate
beach-lann
nm. g.v. -lainn; pl.+an, bee-hive
beadaidh
a. petulant, capricious, fastidious, impudent
beadarrach
a. coaxing, cajoling, fond, sportive, pampered, caressed
beadradh
v.n. fondling, caressing
beag
a. bige and lugha, small, little : ach beag, all but
beaga
See beag
beagaich
va. lessen, diminish
beagan
nm. g.v. -ain, a little, a few, small number or quantity
beairt
See beart
beairteach
See beartach
bealach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, pass, gap, defile
bean
nf. g. mnatha; d. mnaoi; v. bhean; pl. mnathan; g.pl. ban, wife, woman
bean
va.+tainn and +ailt, touch, handle, meddle
beanag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a little woman
beanailt
v.n. touching
bean-bainnse
nf. bride; inflected as bean is, but usually ind.
beann
nm. top, horn, peak, also gen.pl. of beinn
beannachd
nm. pl.+an, blessing, benediction
beannaich
va. bless
bean-phsda
nf. married woman; inflected as bean is, but usually ind.
bean-tighe
nf. housewife, inflected as bean is, but usually ind.
bean-uasal
nf. gentlewoman, lady; inflected on both elements
barn
nf. g.v. birn; pl.+an, gap, breach, notch
barr
va. shear, shave, clip, prune
bearradair
nm. pl.+ean, barber
bearradaireachd
nf.ind. clipping, shaving, shearing, pruning; the occupation of a barber; satirising, repartee
bearradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, precipice, edge of precipice
Bearruig
pnf. Berwick
beart
nf. g.d. beirt; pl.+an, deed, action, tackling, device, engine, machine, gear
beartach
a. rich, wealthy
beartaich
va. equip, harness, adjust
beart-itealaich
nf. flying machine; inflected on the first element
beatha
nf. pl.+annan, life, livelihood : 's e do bheatha, you are welcome
beathach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, animal, beast
Beathag
pnf. g.d. -aig, usually given as the equivalent of Sophia
beathaich
va. feed, maintain, sustain
beic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a curtsey (L.Sc. beck)
beiceartaich
nf.ind. a continuous becking or bobbing
beil
va. grind
beinn
nf. g.+e; pl. beanntan, g.pl. beann, mountain
beir
va.irr. beirsinn, take hold of, bring, bring forth, produce, catch
bist
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, beast
beithe
nm. birch, birch tree
be
a. alive, living
be
nm. living creature
beil
See beul
beir
nf. g.+e, beer, ale
belach
nm. g.v. -aich, red hot part of fire
beothach
See beathach
beothaich
va. kindle, light, revive, re-animate
bethail
a. lively, active, vigorous
beuban
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, anything mangled or spoiled
beuc
nm. pl.+an, roar, bellow
beucaich
nf. roaring, bellowing
beud
nm. pl.+an, hurt, injury, harm, mischief
beul
nm. g.v. beil; pl. beil, mouth, opening
beulaibh
ind. (really a dative plural of beul), front side
beul-aithris
nf. oral tradition
beul-mr
nm. boat's gunwale; inflected on both elements
beum
nm. g.+a; v. bhim; pl.+annan, stroke, cut, blow, taunt
beum
va. strike, taunt, reproach; ring by striking
beurla
nf.ind. a language : a' bheurla Shasunnach, the Eng. language
beus
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, conduct, habit, behaviour, virtue
beusach
a. well-behaved, virtuous, moral
Beutan
surname, Beaton
bh'
for : bha, before vow., was, wert, were
bha
sv.irr. was, wert, were
bhrr
phr. for : a bhrr, off, from
bheil
sv.irr. for feil, am, art, are, is
bheir
va.irr. will bring, will take, will give
bheireadh
va.irr. would bring, would take, would give
bhi
sv. will be, aspirated form of bi after cha : cha bhi, shall or will not be
bhiodh
for : bhitheadh
bhios
for : bhitheas
bhith
v.n. in phr. : a bhith, to be; usually: a bhi
bhitheadh
sv.irr. would or should be
bhitheas
sv. will or shall be
bho
prep. from; since; also : o
bhos
in the phrase : a bhos, on this side, here; this: an taobh bhos, the near side
bhrgh
for : do bhrgh, phr., on account of
bhuaibh
prep.pron. from you, pl.
bhuaidh
prep.pron. from him
bhuainn
prep.pron. from us
bhuaipe
prep.pron. from her
bhuait
prep.pron. from you, s.
bhuam
prep.pron. from me
bhuapa
prep.pron. from them
bhur
poss.pron. your; precedes n. beginning with con.
bhur n-
poss.pron. your; precedes n. beginning with vow.
bi and b
sv.irr. be : bi falbh, begone
biadh
nm. g. bdh; pl.+an, food
biadh
va. feed, maintain, nourish
biadhta
a. fed, fatted
bian
nm. g.v. bin; pl.+tan, skin of animals, rarely of human beings, hide
bidean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, pinnacle, apex
bdh
See biadh
bidh
for : bithidh
bidhis
nf. pl.+ean, vice, screw
big
nm. pl. of beag : na big, the young, the little folks
bigead
nf. smallness
bgean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, chirp
bigeanan
nm.pl. `tewkies'; chickens
bgeil
nf.ind. chirping, squeaking
bigid
a. the less of
bile
nf. pl.+an, lip, edge, rim
bileag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, leaflet, blade
binn
a. melodious, musically sweet
binn
nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, sentence of condemnation, verdict, judgment
binnean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, pinnacle, apex
binneas
nm. g.v. -eis, musical sweetness, melody
bobull
nm. g.v. -uill; Bible
biod
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a pointed top
biodag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, dirk, dagger (L.Sc. bittock)
biodh
for bitheadh
bog
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a chirp, little squeak, or squeal
biolaire
nf.ind. water cresses
bior
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, stake, spit, pin, prickle, thorn, pointed stick, stick of furniture
biorach
a. sharp, pointed, peaked
bioradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, a sting
bioran
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little stick, staff
birlinn
nf. pl.+ean, galley, bark, pleasure boat
bith
nf.ind. world, existence : 'sam bith, air bith, at all = in or on, the world
bth
nf. g. -e, gum, resin, pitch, tar
bth
a. quiet, tranquil, silent
bith-bhuan
a. everlasting, eternal
bitheadh
sv.irr. let be
bitheanta
a. frequent, often : gu bitheanta, adv.phr. same meanings
bitheantas
nm. g.v. -ais, frequency : am bitheantas, frequently, often
bithaidh
nm. pl.+ean, hero, foe
bithas
nm. g.v. -ais, fame, reputation
bladh
nm. g.v. blaidh, essence, juice, meaning; renown, fame
blais
va. blasad, taste
blr
nm. g.v. blir; pl. blir and +an, field, ground, battle-field
blr
a. whitefaced, white spotted on face, as animal
blr-mine
nm. peat moss; inflected like blr on the first element
blas
nm. g.v. blais; pl.+an, taste, savour, flavour
blasad
nm. g. -aid, a taste, tasting
blasda
a. savoury, tasty, delicious
blasdachd
nf.ind. savouriness, sweetness, tastefulness
blth
a. warm, kind, tender
blth
nm. g.v. blith; pl.+an, bloom, blossom, flower
blthach
nf. g.v. -aich, buttermilk
blthaich
va. and vn. warm
blths
nm. g.v. bliths, warmth
bleid
nf. g.+e, impertinence, soliciting
bleideil
a. impertinent, troublesome
bleith
va. bleith, grind, sharpen on a grindstone, grinding
bleoghainn
va. -ann, milk, draw milk
bleoghann
v.n. milking
bliadhna
nf. pl. bliadhnachan, year
bliadhnail
a. yearly, annually
blian
a. lean, insipid
blianach
nf. g.d. -aich, carrion, lean carcase, lean flesh : ein bhlianach, birds of prey
bligh
va. milk, draw milk
bliochd
nf.ind. milk, produce of cows
bloigh
nf. g.+e; pl.+dean or +ean, large fragment of anything
blonag
nf. g.d. -aig, fat, suet, lard
blosg
va. and vn. sound a horn, explode
b
nf. g. boine; d. boin; v. bh; pl. b; g.pl. b, bh, cow
boc
nm. g.v. buic; pl. buic, buck, he-goat, roe-buck
bcan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, hobgoblin
bochd
a. +a, poor, sick
bochd
nm. pl.+an, poor person
bochdainn
nf.ind. poverty
bodach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, old man, carle; mutchkin
bodhar
a. buidhre, deaf; also nm. g.v. -air; pl. -air, deaf person
bog
va. dip
bog
a. buige, soft, moist, wet, damp
bogaich
va. soften, moisten
bogha
nm. pl.+chan, bow, arch
bogha-frois
nm. pl. -achan-f-, rainbow
boghainn
nf. pl.+ean, body
boglach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aich, bog, marsh, swamp
bogsa
nm. pl.+chan, box
boiceann
nm. g.v. -inn; pl.+an, goat skin
bid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, vow, oath
bidhchead
nf. g.d. -eid, degree of beauty
bidheach
a. bidhche, pretty, beautiful (L.Sc. bonnie)
bidich
va. vow, swear
boil
nf. g.+e, madness, fury, rage, passion
bilich
nf. boasting, bouncing, bombast
boin and boine
of a cow. See b
boineid
nf. pl.+ean, bonnet
boineid-bhiorach
nf. pl. -ean-biorach, Glengarry bonnet
boinne
nf. pl.+achan, drop of liquid : boinne taig, rain-drop
boireann
a. female, feminine
boireannach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, female, woman
bois
See bas
boiteag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, maggot
boitean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, bundle of hay or straw (L.Sc. buttle)
boladh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, smell, stink
bolg
nm. g.v. builg; pl. builg, bag, budget, belly
bonn
nm. g.v. buinn; pl. buinn, sole, foundation, bottom; coin : bonn-a-s, halfpenny (L.Sc. bawbee): bonn-a-h-ochd, an old Scots coin
bonnach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, a cake (L.Sc. bannock)
borb
a. buirbe, fierce, savage, passionate
borbhan
nm. g.v. -ain, purling sound, murmur
borbnaich
va. and vn. swell with anger
brc
va. spring, sprout, bud
brd
nm. g.v. bird; pl. bird, table, plank, board
bsd
nm. g.+a, a boast, boasting language
bsdair
nm. pl.+ean, boaster
bothan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, hut, bothy
Both-chanan
place name and surname, Buchanan
btuinn
nf. pl.+ean, a boot
botul
nm. g.v. -uil; pl. -uil, bottle
br
nf. g. br and brathann; pl. brthntan, quern, handmill : br-bhrugh, fairy quern
brach
va. and vn. ferment, malt
bradach
a. thievish, thieving
bradan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, salmon
bragh
nm. g. -a; pl.+an, explosion, burst, peal
brghad
nm. g.v. -aid; pl.+an, neck, throat
braich
nf. g. bracha, malt, fermented grain
Braid-albann
pnf. Breadalbane
brighe
nm. g. brghad; pl.+achan, the upper part of a thing or place
Bran
pnm. g.v. Brain, a dog's name
braoileag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, whortleberry
braoisg
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a grin
braon
nm. g.v. braoin; pl. braoin, a drop
bras
a. active, rash, impetuous, quick, keen, vehement
brat
nm. g.v. brait; pl.+an, mantle, covering, veil, apron
bratach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, banner, flag
brath
nm. g.+a, knowledge, information, word; intention, design : a' brath, intending
brth
nm. g.+a, judgment, ever : gu brth, ever
brth
va. betray, deceive
brthair
nm. g. -ar; pl. brithrean, brother
brthaireil
a. brotherly
brat-rlair
nm. carpet; inflected on the first element as brat
breab
va. kick, spurn
breab
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a kick
breac
a. brice, speckled, spotted
breac
va. checker, speckle; pick, as a mill stone
breac
nm. g.v. bric; pl. bric, trout
breac
nf. g.d. bric : a' bhreac, smallpox
breac an t-sl
nm. water wagtail; inflected on first element
breacag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, pancake, thin cake, scone
breacan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, plaid
breac-dhonn
a. -dhuinne, brown spotted
breac-dhubh
a. -dhuibhe, black spotted
breacnaich
va. checker, make spotted
breac-ruadh
a. -ruaidhe, red spotted
bragha
a. fine, splendid, beautiful (L.Sc. braw)
breamas
nm. g. -ais, mischief, mishap
Breatunn
nm. g. -uinn, Britain; Breatunnach, a Briton; a. British
brid
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, kerchief, napkin, piece of cloth, patch
brineach
a. corrupt, stinking
breisleach
nm. g.v. -ich, confusion, delirium
breislich
va. rave, talk nonsense
breith
va.irr. See beir; bearing, birth, begetting, catching
breith
nf. g. -e; pl.+ean, judgment, decision, opinion
breitheamh
nm. g.v. -eimh; pl.+an, a judge
breitheanas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, judgement, decision
breithnich
va. conceive, apprehend
breite
v.a. infirm, frail, feeble
breug
nf. g.d. brig; pl.+an, lie, falsehood
breug
va. soothe, amuse, cajole, entice
breugach
a. lying, given to falsehood
breugair
nm. pl.+ean, liar
breugnaich
va. falsify, bely, gainsay
breun
a. brine, stinking, loathsome, putrid
briagha
See bragha
briathar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -ran, word, saying
briathrach
a. talkative, wordy, loquacious
briathrachan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, vocabulary, dictionary, word-book
briathran
See briathar
brb
va. bribe, corrupt
bric
See breac
bricean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, small trout
bricean-beithe
nm. g.v. -ein-bh-; pl. -einean-b-, chaffinch, linnet
brdean
nm. g. -ein; pl. -einean, sea piet
brgh
nf. g.+e, pith, power, essence, sap, nourishment, meaning
brigis
See briogais
brodal
nm. g.v. -ail, caressing, courting, lovers' language
briogais
nf. pl.+ean, breeches (L.Sc. breeks)
briosgaid
nf. pl.+ean, biscuit
bris
va. break, fracture
briseadh
v.n. breaking : briseadh na fire, break of dawn
brisg
a. brittle
broc
nm. g.v. bruic; pl. bruic, a badger
brocair
nm. pl.+ean, fox-hunter
brochan
nm. g.v. -ain, porridge, gruel
brg
nf. g. brige; pl.+an, shoe
brogach
nm. sturdy boy or young lad
broilleach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, breast, bosom, front
brn
nm. g.v. brin, grief, sorrow
brnach
a. grieved, sorrowful
brosnaich
va. encourage, stimulate, incite
brot
nm. g.+a, broth
br
nf. g.d. broinn; v. bhr; pl. bronnan, belly
bruach
nf. g.d. bruaich; pl.+an, bank, brink, small extent of rising ground
bruadair
vn. -ar, dream
bruadar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, a dream
bruaich
See bruach
bruaillean
nm. g.v. -ein, vexation; confusion
bruailleanach
a. confounding, vexing
brchd
va. belch, burst forth, sally
br-dhearg
nm. g. br-dheirge; pl.+an, red-breast, robin
brugh
nm. g. bruighne; v. bhruigh; pl. bruighean, large house, tumulus, fairy residence
bruich
va. boil, cook, prepare food, roast
bruich
a. boiled, roasted, ready as food
brid
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, brute
bruideadh
nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, stab, thrust
bruidhinn
va. bruidhinn, speak, talk
bruidhinn
nf. g. bruidhne, talking, conversing, conversation
bruidhneach
a. talkative, garrulous
bruidhneadh
See bruidhinn
Brus
surname, Bruce
brth
va. bruise, pound, crush
bruthach
nm. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, acclivity, ascent (L.Sc. brae)
bruthainneach
a. warm, sultry
bu
was, were, wert, would be, 'twere
buabhall
nm. g.v. -aill; pl.+an, buffalo, unicorn; cowstall
buadhair
nm. pl.+ean, conqueror, victor
buadhmhor
a. victorious, valorous
buachaille
nm. pl.+an, herdsman, cowherd
buachailleachd
nf.ind. herding
buachar
nm. g.v. -air, cow dung
buadh
nf. g. buaidhe; d. buaidh; pl.+an or +annan, virtue, attribute, good quality
buadhaich
va. overcome, conquer, prevail
buaic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean; wick of candle or lamp
buaidh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, victory, success : thoir buaidh air, overcome
buail
va. bualadh, strike, smite, thrash
buaile
nf. pl. -tean, fold for cattle, pen
buailinn
See buail
buailtear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, thrasher
buain
va. buain, mow, reap, pluck, cut down; win, as grass
buaine
a. more durable, more lasting. See buan
buair
va. tempt, vex, provoke, annoy, disturb
buaireadh
nm. g. -idh; pl. -idhean, temptation, annoyance, trouble, distraction
buaireas
nm. g.v. -eis; pl.+an, tumult, confusion, trouble, disturbance, temptation
buamastair
nm. pl.+ean, vain boaster, noisy fool
buan
a. lasting, durable, long
buanaich
vn. last, abide, persevere, endure
buannachdail
a. -ala, profitable, beneficial
buannachdala
a. more profitable, more beneficial
buannachd
nf.ind. profit, gain, benefit
buannaich
va. gain, profit, win, benefit
buarach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, cowfetter
bucaid
nf. pl. -ean, bucket
buclaich
va. buckle
budagoc
nm. g.v. -agoic; pl.+an, snipe
buideal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl. -eil, cask, anker, bottle
buidhe
a. yellow
buidheach
a. thankful, well pleased : tha mi buidheach dhiot, I am thankful to you
buidheann
nf. g. buidhne; d. -inn; pl. -nean, a company
buidhinn
va. buidhinn, win, acquire, gain
buidseachd
See buitseachd
buil
nf. g.+e, effect, use, issue
buileach
a. complete, entire : gu buileach, quite, entirely, wholly, altogether
builich
va. bestow, dispose, put to use
builg
g. and pl. of bolg, bellows, bags
builgean
nm. g. -ein; pl. -einean, blister, pimple, bubble
buille
nf. pl.+an, blow, knock
buillsgean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, centre, middle
buin
va. buntainn, deal with, belong to : do'm buineadh, to whom belonged
buinne
nf. pl.+achan, rapid current, choppy sea
bir
va. roar, bellow, as deer or bull
buirbe
a. fiercer, more savage, more passionate; see borb
bird
See brd
birdeiseach
nm. -eich; pl. -eich, burgess, freeman
birean
nm. g.v. -ein, a bellow, roar
birich
nf. roaring, bellowing
buitseach
nf. g.d. -ich; pl. -ichean, witch
buitseachd
nf.ind. witchcraft
bun
nm. g.v. buin; pl. buin and +an, root, stock, bottom-end, stump
bunait
nm. pl.+ean, foundation
Bun-an-t-slibh
place name, `Mountain foot'
bun-os-cionn
phr. upside down, topsy-turvy
buntainn
v.n. belonging to, touching, referring, referring to
buntta
nm. potato, potatoes regarded collectively
brn
nm. g.v. birn, fresh water
burraidh
nm. pl.+ean, or -nean, blockhead, fool
bus
nm. g.v. buis; pl. buis, mouth of an animal; (in a ludicrous sense) mouth of a man
bth
nm. g. -a; v. bhith; pl. bithean, bthan or bthannan, tent, booth, shop