Faclair Gàidhlig - Beurla
Gaelic - English Dictionary


's
for : is, it is
's
for : is, and
-s'
for : -sa and -se
-sa
emph. postfix
'sa
for : anns a', in the
sbaid
nf. pl.+ean, the Sabbath
sabaid
nf. pl.+ean, brawl, fight, tussle
sbh
nm. g.v. sibh; pl.+an, a saw
sbh
nm. g.v. sibh; pl.+an, salve
sbh
va. saw
sbhadair
nm. pl.+ean, sawyer
sbhail
va. save, rescue
sbhailte
a. safe, rescued
sabhal, sabhull
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. saibhlean, barn
sac
nm. g.v. saic; pl.+an and saic, sack, bag
sacaich
va. load, lay on as a burden
sad
nm. g.v. said; dust shaken out of anything, smart blow
sad
va. shake, thump, or brush off dust
sagart
nm. g.v. -airt; pl.+an, priest
sibhir
a. rich, wealthy
sibhreas
nm. wealth, opulence, affluence, riches
saidh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, upright beam; the part of a blade which is inserted into a handle
saidhe
nf. hay
saighdear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, soldier
saighead
nf. g. saighde; d. saighid; pl. saighdean, arrow, dart
sail
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, beam
sil
nf. g. slach; pl.+tean, heel
silean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, little inlet or arm of the sea
saill
nf. g.+e, fat, fatness, blubber
saill
va. salt, season, cure, pickle
saillear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, salt cellar; cask
saillte
a. salted, pickled
siltean
See sil
sl
nm. g. sile; v. shil, the sea as salt water
sal
nm. g.v. sail; filth, dross, refuse, scum
salach
a. sailche, dirty, filthy, foul, nasty, unclean
salachar
nm. g.v. -air; pl.+an, filth, nastiness, impurity
salaich
va. defile, pollute, sully, render dirty
salann
nm. g.v. -ainn, salt
salm
nf. g.d. sailm; pl. sailm, psalm
saltair
va.+t, tread, trample
saltairt
nf.ind. treading, trampling
'sam
for : anns am, in whom, in which : 'sam bith, at all; literally, in the world
smhach
a. quiet, still, calm, peaceful
samhach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, wooden haft or handle, as of a hammer or axe
samhail
nf. g. samhla; pl.+ean, likeness, image, copy
smhchair
nf. quietness, tranquility
samhladh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, likeness, resemblance, example, pattern, copy
samhlaich
va. compare, liken
samhainn
nf. g. samhna, Hallowtide
samhradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, summer
'san
for : anns an, in the
-san
emph. postfix
sanas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, hint, warning
sannt
nm. g.v. sainnt, desire, covetousness, greed
sanntach
a. covetous, greedy, desirous
sanntaich
va. covet, desire, long for
saobh
a. foolish, wrong, silly, erroneous : saobh-chreideamh, superstition
saod
nm. g.v. saoid, care, attention, state, condition, journey; also : seud for journey
saodaich
va. drive flocks or cattle to pasture, tend, take care of
saoghal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, world, an age, lifetime
saoghalta
a. worldly, penurious
saoi
nm. pl. -dhean, good, worthy person; magnanimous man; learned man, warrior, scholar
saoil
vn.+sinn, think, suppose, imagine, deem
saoilsinn
nf. thinking, supposing, imagining, deeming
saoire
a. more free, cheaper, etc. See saor
saor
a. free, unrestrained, gratuitous, cheap, frank, easily split or broken as wood or stone
saor
va. free, deliver, rescue, save, redeem, set at liberty, cheapen
saor
nm. g.v. saoir; pl. saoir, wright, carpenter
saorsa
nf.ind. liberty, freedom, deliverance, redemption
saothair
nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, labour, toil, work, pains, trouble
saothraich
va. labour, work, toil, bestow pains
sr
excellent; used mostly as a pref. to n. and adj. : sr-mhath, exceedingly good
sr
nm. g.v. sir; pl. sir, hero
sraich
va. oppress, harass, fatigue, wrong, injure, tire
ss
nm. g. sis, straits, difficulties, restraint, grasp : an ss, in custody
ssaich
va. satisfy, satiate
Sasunn
pnm. g. -uinn, England
sth
nm. g.v. sith; plenty, satisfaction, fill
sth
va. thrust, insert, transfix
sthach
a. satiated, causing satiety
's e
for : is e, 'tis he, it is : 's , it is, in answer to a question
-se
emph. postfix
s
num. six
sab
See sap
seabhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a hawk
seabhaid
nf. pl.+ean, error, wandering, going astray
seac
va. and vn. wither, cause to wither; scorch, parch, fade, decay
seach
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a turn, alteration : fa seach, mu seach, alternately, by turns, time about
seach
a. past, gone by, away, aside
seachad
by, along, forward, onward, aside, past : seachad air, past him
seachainn
va. -nadh, shun, avoid, dispense with
seachd
num. seven
seachdain
nf. pl.+ean, week
seachdnar
nm. and f. g. -nair, seven persons collectively
seachnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, shunning, avoiding
seachran
nm. g.v. -ain, wandering, going astray : air seachran, astray
seadh
yes, it is so, just so
seadh
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, meaning, sense, understanding, esteem
seal
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a while, space of time, a spell
sealbh
nm. g.v. seilbh; pl. seilbhean, possession, luck
sealbhadair
nm. pl.+ean, possessor, owner, proprietor
sealbhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, wood sorrel
sealbhaich
va. and vn. possess, enjoy, acquire
sealbhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, the throat
sealg
nf. g. seilge; d. seilg; pl.+an, a hunt, hunting, the chase
sealgair
nm. pl.+ean, hunter
seall
va.+tainn, look, see, behold
sealladh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, a sight, spectacle, view, power of vision
sealltainn
nm. looking
seamrag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, shamrock, trefoil, clover
seamsan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, hesitation, delay
sean
a. sine, old, aged, ancient : o shean, of old, anciently : seann, before t,d,s,n,l,r
seanadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, synod
seanair
nm. g. -ar; pl.+ean, grandfather
sanar
nm. and f.g. -air, six persons collectively
seanchaidh
nm. pl.+ean, reciter of tales, antiquarian, historian
seanchas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, tale, story, conversation, discourse, history, relation, narrative
seanfhacal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -lan, old saying, proverb
sean-mhaighdean
nf. g.d. -inn; pl. -dnean, old maid
seang
a. +a, slender, slender-waisted, lean
seangan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, ant
sean-ghille
nm. pl.+an, old bachelor
seanmhair
nf. g. -ar; pl.+ean, grandmother
seann
a. for sean before t,d,s,l,n,r
seann-sgeul
nm. g.v. -sgeil; pl. -sgeil, old tale, legend
sap
va. and vn. sneak, slink away, draw off privately
sapair
nm. pl.+ean, sneaking, slinking fellow
searadair
nm. pl.+ean, towel
sear
nm. the east
searbh
a. bitter, disagreeable, sour, pungent, acrid
searbhanta
nf. pl.+n, servant maid
searg
va. and vn. dry, wither, fade; cause to dry, wither or fade; pine away
searmon
nf. g.d. -oin; pl.+an, sermon
searmonaich
va. preach
searrach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, foal, colt
searrag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, bottle
seas
va. and vn.+amh, stand, support, endure, last
seasamh
nm. g.v. -aimh, standing, posture of standing, state of enduring : 'na sheasamh, standing
seasg
a. barren, unprolific, dry, not giving milk, farrow
seasgair
a. comfortable, snug, sheltered, at ease, cosy
seasmhach
a. firm, lasting, enduring
seic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, skin, hide; enveloping membrane
seic
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, stable rack (L.Sc. heck)
seiceal
nm. g.v. -eil; pl. -clean, instrument for dressing flax (L.Sc. heckle)
seiche
nf. pl.+annan, a hide
seid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, bed-spread on the floor, a truss of hay or straw
sid
va. blow as wind, breathe upon or into, pant, puff, inflate, swell by flattery
seilbh
See sealbh
seilcheag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, snail
seile
nm. pl.+an, spittle, saliva
seileach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, willow
seilisdear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, the plant yellow iris, or water-flag
seillean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, bee
simh
mild, peaceful, tranquil, placid, still
seinn
va. and vn. seinn, sing, play upon an instrument, ring as a bell
seinn
nf. singing, playing upon an instrument, ringing
seinneadair
nm. pl.+ean, singer
seirbh
See searbh
seirbhis
nf. pl.+ean, service, advantage, use
seirbhiseach
a. serviceable, advantageous, useful
seirc
nf. g.+e, love, affection, charity, benevolence
seirceil
a. charitable, affectionate
seirm
nf. g.+e, musical noise (L.Sc. chirm)
seirmeil
a. buzzing, humming
sis
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, tune; tune of chorus when the same as that of the verse
sisd
va. besiege, invest (as in warfare)
seise
nm. pl.+an, one's match
siseach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, wooden bench or couch (L.Sc. settle)
seisear
nm. and f. g. -eir, six persons collectively
seisreach
nf. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, a plough team
sed
nm. g.v. seid; pl. seid, jewel, valiant man; generally used in the plural
sel
nm. g.v. siil; pl. siil, a sail
sel
nm. g.v. seil; pl.+an, method, mode, manner, way, opportunity, means
sel
va. guide, direct, instruct, point out, show; sail, navigate
seladair
nm. pl.+ean, sailor
sel-mara
nm. g.v. seil-mhara; pl. selan-mara, a tide
selta
a. cunning, crafty, wily, skilful, ingenious, wise
seltachd
nf.ind. skill, ingenuity, cunning, craftiness, wiliness
semar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -raichean, chamber
sersa
nm. pl.+chan, a sort, kind, genus, species
sersaich
va. arrange, classify
seud
nm. g.v. seid; pl.+an, jewel, precious stone; darling; also, journey
seul and seulaich
va. seal; usually pronounced with broad (low) s
Seumas
pnm. g.v. -ais, James
seun
va. charm, defend by charms
seun
va. avoid, refuse, deny, shun
seun
nm. g.+a; pl.+tan, a charm for protection, prosperity; denial
seunain
in : breac-sheunain, freckles
seusdar
nm. g.v. -air, acme, perfection : 'na sheusdar, at its height
's fheudar
it behoveth, it must be, it is necessary
sgabh
nm. g.v. sgaibh, sawdust
sgadan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an and -ain, a herring, herrings collectively
sgag
va. and vn. split, crack, cause to split, shrink, filter, winnow
sgil
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, shade, shadow, veil
sgil
va. shade, overshadow, conceal
sgailc
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, smart blow, skelp, slap : sgailc de'n dram, a swig of the dram, bumper
sgailc
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, baldness, bald pate
sgileadh
in : sgileadh de sholus, a blink of light
sgailleas
nm. g.v. -eis, disdain
sgin
va. and vn. burst, burst asunder, cause to burst, rend
sgaireag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a young sea fowl
sgirneach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, a continuous heap of loose stones on a steep hill-side
sgairt
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, activity, vigour; shriek; midriff
sgairteil
a. active, lively, vigorous, smart
sgait
See sgat
sgaiteach
a. sharp, having a keen edge, cutting, using cutting or bitter language
sgal
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a shriek, yell, shrill cry, the howl of a dog when hurt
sgalag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a workman, farm-servant
sglain
nm.pl. scales for weighing : sglan, a scale
sglan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, stage or scaffold
sgamhan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, the lungs
sgann
nm. g.v. sgainn; multitude, herd, drove
sgann
nm. g.v. sgainn; pl.+an, membrane
sgnradh
nm. g.v. -aidh, a scare, surprise or fright causing dispersion
sgnraich
va. scare, affright so as to cause dispersion
sgaoil
va. and vn. stretch out, extend, spread, expand, enlarge, send away, loose, untie : air sgaoil, free
sgaoilteachd
nf.ind. state of being spread; diffuseness; liberality
sgaoim
nf. g.+e; pl.+eannan, fright, sudden terror, a start due to fear, skittishness
sgaoimear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, a rake, restless fellow
sgaoimeil
a. like a rake, rakish
sgaoth
nm. g.+a; v. sgaoith; pl.+an, a swarm or great number, flock
sgaothach
a. in swarms or flocks
sgap
va. scatter, disperse
sgar
va. separate, disjoin; sever, pull asunder, part, divorce
sgarbh
nm. g.v. sgairbh; pl. sgairbh, cormorant
sgrlaid
nf. scarlet
sgat
nf. g.d. sgait; pl.+an, skate
sgath
va. lop off, prune, injure
sgth
nm. g.+a; v. sgith; pl.+an, shadow, shade; dread, apprehension, sake, account
sgthach
a. shy
sgthan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, mirror, looking glass
sgeach
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, haw, hawthorn berry
sgeachag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, dim. of sgeach
sgeadaich
va. dress, adorn with dress
sgealb
nf. g.d. sgeilb; pl.+an, a splinter or broken fragment of wood, stone, etc.
sgealb
va. split or dash into pieces or fragments
sgeamh
nm. g.+a, yelp; severe or cutting language
sgan
nm. g.+a, sudden fright or start, a wild look in the face owing to fear
sgeap
nf. g.d. sgeip; pl.+an, beehive (L.Sc. skep)
sgeig
nf. g.+e, mockery, derision, jeering
sgeig
va. mock, deride
sgeigeas
nm. g.v. -eis, waggery, buffoonery
sgeigeil
a. mocking, scornful, derisive
sgimh
nf. g.+e, comeliness, beauty, ornament
sgimheachd
nf.ind. beauty
sgeinnidh
nf. flax or hemp thread, small twine or thread
sgeir
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a rock in the sea, skerry
sgeith
nf. g.+e; vomited matter
sgeith
va. and vn. vomit, throw up
sgith
See sgiath
sgeil
See sgeul
sgeul
nm. g.v. sgeil; pl.+an and sgeil, story, tale, narrative, news, tidings
sgeulach
a. given to story telling, or news-monging
sgeulachd
nf. pl.+an, story telling; a tale
sgeulaiche
nm. pl.+an, a story teller
sgeun
nm. g.v. sgin, dread, look of fear, readiness to be frightened. See sgan
sgeunach
a. shy, easily frightened
sgiamh
See sgimh
sgiamh
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, yell, caterwaul, mew
sgiamh
va.+ail, shriek
sgiamhail
nf. caterwauling, mewing
sgian
nf. g. sgne; d. sgithinn; pl. sganan, knife
sgiath
nf. g. sgithe; d. sgith; pl.+an, wing, shield, target
sgiathalaich
va. flutter, ply the wings; v.n. winging, flitting about on wing
sgil
nm. g.+e, skill, often pronounced with the Eng. l sound
sgil
va. unhusk, shell
sgillinn
nf. pl.+ean, penny = a shilling Scots : sgillinn Shasunnach, a (modern) shilling
sgimilear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, vagrant, parasite, intruder
sginn
va. and vn. squeeze or force out, protrude, gush out
sgioba
nm. pl.+n, ship's crew
sgiobair
nm. pl.+ean, skipper
sgiobalta
a. quick, active, clever, neat
sgiol
va. shell, unhusk; also sgil
sgiorr
vn. slip, stumble, slide
sgiorradh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, stumbling, slipping, accident
sgos
nm.ind. weariness, fatigue
sgre
nf. pl.+an, parish
sgth
a. weary, tired, fatigued : sgth dheth, tired of it
sgitheach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, thorn, hawthorn
sgthich
va. and vn. weary, fatigue, become weary
sgirs
va. scourge, whip
sglata
nm. pl.+n, a slate, slate
sglatair
nm. pl.+ean, slater
sgle
nm.ind. dimness of the eyes, vapour, film
sgle
nm. boasting, romancing, false report
sgob
va. snatch, pluck, sting
sgoch
va. gash, make an incision
sgd
nm. g.v. sgid; pl.+an, the corner of a cloth or garment, the sheet of a sail
sgoil
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, school, schooling, education
sgoileam
nm. g.v. -eim, loquacity, garrulity
sgoilear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, scholar, student, man of learning
sgoilt
va. sgoltadh, split, cleave
sgoinn
nf. g.+e, care, attention, neatness, trimness, efficacy
sgoinneil
a. careful, attentive, neat, trim, tidy
sgolb
nm. g.v. sguilb; pl.+an, splinter, prickle, wooden pin or wattle for thatch
sgonn
nm. g.v. sguinn; pl.+an, block of wood, shapeless mass, blockhead
sgrnan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, the throat, the neck, the thrapple
sgrr
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a sharp rock
sgoth
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, a skiff, boat
sgrbach
a. rough, rugged
sgrill
va. rail at, abuse with words
sgrilleadh
nm. g.v. -idh, severe scolding, railing, abusing
sgrath
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, outer skin or rind, turf, sod
sgread
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a screech, shriek, cry, scream
sgread
va. +ail, shriek, cry, screech, scream
sgreadail
v.n. shrieking, screeching, screaming
sgreagach
a. dry, hard, shrivelled
sgreamh
nm. g.v. sgreimh, loathing, abhorrence, disgust
sgreamhail
a. loathsome, nasty
sgreataidh
a. disgusting, horrible
sgreuch
va. +ail, screech, scream
sgreuch
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, a screech, scream, shrill cry
sgrob
va. scrape, scratch, draw scratches
sgrob
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, a scratch, mark, furrow, trip or journey : thoir sgrob, make a scratch
sgrobh
va. write
sgriobtuir
nm. pl.+ean, scripture
sgrodan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, stony ravine on mountain side
sgrios
va. sgrios, destroy, ruin
sgrios
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, destruction, ruin : air sgrios, destroyed
sgriosail
a. destructive
sgrb
va. scratch with the nails, scrape
sgrban
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an and -ain, the crop of a bird
sgrobha
nm. pl.+chan, a screw
sgrog
va. pull down the head covering firmly
sgrd
va. search, scrutinize, examine, investigate
sgrdair
nm. pl.+ean, searcher, investigator
sguab
nf. g. sguaibe; d. sguaib; pl.+an, brush, besom, broom, sheaf of corn, wisp
sguaib
va. brush, sweep
sguids
va. scotch or scutch, switch
sguir
va. and vn. sgur, cease, stop, desist
sguit
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, the footboard of a boat
sgur
v.n. ceasing, desisting, stopping, giving over
sheachnadh
See seachainn
shos
down (in position)
shuas
up (in position)
si
pron. she; only used in the nom. case
's i
it is, for : is i; 's in answer to a question
siab
va. wipe, rub, sweep along quickly
siabadh
nm. wiping, rubbing, quick sweep past
siabair
nm. pl.+ean, wiper, snatcher, sweeper
siabann
nm. g.v. -ainn, soap
siach
va. sprain or strain a joint
's iad
they are, for : is iad
sian
nf. g. sne; pl.+tan, storm of wind and rain; the elements see son
siar
west, westward, sideways
siar
va. throw obliquely, move obliquely
siatag
nf. g.d. -aig, sciatica
sibh
pers.pron. ye, you
sic
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, the prominence of the belly; see seic
sd
nm. g.+e, weather
sl
See sol
sil
va. and vn. drop, distil, rain
sile
See seile
silteach
a. dropping, tearful, running as an ulcer
silteachd
nf.ind. a constant dropping
simid
nm. pl.+ean, mallet, beetle
similear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, chimney (L.Sc. chimley)
simplidh
a. simple, singlehearted, artless
sin
that, those : an sin, there, then
sine
nf. pl.+achan, teat, nipple
sn
va. stretch, increase in length, prolong, hand
sine
a. older
Sne
pnf. Jane (L.Sc. Jean)
sinn
pers.pron. we, us
sinne
emph. form of : sinn
sinn-seanair
nm. g. -ar; pl.+ean, great grandfather
sinnsear
nm. g. -sre; pl. -srean, forefather, ancestor
sinnsreachd
nf. ancestry, custom of ancestors, right of succession, genealogy
snteag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a skip, bound
sob
nm. g.+a, drift
sobail
va. -ladh, fish, angle
sobhalta
a. civil, peaceful, courteous
sochaint
nf. peace, quiet, repose
sochair
nm. pl.+ean, dwarf, fairy
soda
nm. pl.+chan, silk
sol
nm. g.v. sl, seed, descendants, clan, spawn or fry of fish
siola
nm. pl.+chan, gill; also, a syllable
soladh
nm. g.v. -aidh, straining, filtering, sinking
solag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, sand eel
solaich
va. and vn. propogate, multiply, engender
solmhor
a. prolific
soman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a rope of twisted straw or heather
son
nm.ind. something, anything
son
nm. g. sne; pl. sontan, weather, season; see sian
sionnach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, fox
sionnach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, the reed of a bagpipe
sionnachan
nm. g.v. -ain, glow
sionnachanach
a. phosphorescent
sionnsar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, the chanter of a bagpipe; also seannsar
sor
a. continual, perpetual, ever
sorraidh
a. eternal
siorram
nm. g.v. -aim; pl.+an, sheriff
siorramachd
nf. pl.+an, sheriffdom, shire, county
sos
down, downwards, used with v. implying movement
sir
va. seek, search, ask, request
siris
nf. pl.+ean, cherry
sth
nf. g.+e, peace, quietness, tranquility. Better sdh
sith
nm.+e; pl.+ean, stride, long quick pace, onset, dart forward
sth
nm. g.+e; pl.+ichean, fairy : sth-bhrugh, fairy mound or mansion
sitheann
nf. g. sthne; d. -inn, venison
stheil
a. peaceful, tranquil
sitinn
nf. pl.+ean, dung-hill
sitir
nf. neigh of a horse
sitrich
nf.ind. neighing
siubhail
va. -al, go, move, walk, die
siubhal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -laichean, going, moving, walking; degree of speed, dying, journey, the first variation of a bagpipe tune, i.e. the part suited for marching
sibhlach
a. speedy, fleeting, fluent
sicar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, sugar
sid
va. swing, rock to sleep
siil
See sel
siuthad
say away, begin, go on
siuthadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, a dart forward
slabhag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, the pith of horn
slabhraidh
nf. pl.+ean, chain, pot hanger
slac
va. thrash, beat with a mallet
slacan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a beetle or mallet
slacraich
nf. thrashing, beating, slaughtering
slad
nm. g.v. slaid, theft, robbery, booty
slad
va. steal, rob, plunder
slaidear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, thief, robber, plunderer
slaightear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, rogue, rascal, knave
slinte
nf. health, salvation : deoch-slinte, a toast
slinteil
a. healthy
slait
See slat
slaman
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, curdled milk, any flabby substance
sln
a. whole, sound, healthy
slnaighear
nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, saviour, healer
slaod
va. drag, haul, trail along the ground
slaop
va. parboil, simmer
slat
nf. g. slaite; d. slait; pl.+an, rod, twig, switch, wand, yard, yardstick
slatag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, little rod, switch, or wand : slatag nam buadh, divining rod, rod of enchantment
sleagh
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, spear
sleamhnach
a. See sleamhuinn
sleamhnaich
va. and vn. slip, slide
sleamhuinn
a. -na, slippery, smooth, slimy
sleuchd
va. prostrate, kneel, bow down reverently
sliabh
nm. g.v. slibh; pl. slibhtean, mountain
Sliabh an t-siorraim
pnm. Sheriffmuir
sliasaid
nf. g. slisde; pl. slisdean, thigh
sliath
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, blindworm
slibist
nm. pl.+ean, sloven
slige
nf. pl.+an, shell, scale of balance
slighe
nf. pl.+an, way, road, path, passage
sliginneach
a. See sligneach
sligneach
a. shelly, scaly
slinnean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, shoulder blade, shoulder
slob
va. stroke, rub gently with the hand, lick, sleek
sliochd
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, seed, offspring, decendants
slogach
a. sly, subtle (L.Sc. sleekit)
slom
a. sleek, smooth, deceitful
sliop
for liop, lip, blubber lip
slios
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, side or flank of man or beast, also of a country, an extensive declivity
slis
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a slice, a shaving
sliseag
nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a small slice or shaving
sloc
nm. g.v. sluic; pl. sluic, pit, den, cavity, slough
sligh
for sluaigh. See sluagh
sloinn
va. bestow a surname, trace a pedigree
sloinneadh
nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, surname, patronymic
sloisir
va. dash or beat against as the sea, wash by working backward and forward, mix soft substances by stirring and beating, whisk as raw eggs
sluagh
nm. g.v. sluaigh; pl.+an, people, army, host
sluaisdir
va. -dreadh, mix as with a shovel
sluasaid
nf. pl. sluaisdean, shovel
slugadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, swallowing, engulphing, overwhelming
slugan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, the orifice of the gullet, the neck of a bottle, whirlpool
sluig
va. slugadh, swallow, engulph, overwhelm
smachd
nm.ind. authority, control, command, correction
smachdaich
va. correct, command, control
smachdail
a. commanding, authoritative
smd
va. threaten, intimidate, beat away
smil
va. smladh, snuff as a candle, dash to the ground
smal
nm. g.v. smail, dust, stain, spot, speck, blemish, snuff of a candle, cinders
smladh
nm. g.v. -aidh, snuffing as a candle, extinguishing
smalan
nm. g.v. -ain, gloom, melancholy
smaoin
nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, a thought. See smuain
smaoinich
va. -eachadh and -tinn, think
smaointinn
nm. thinking
smid
va. and vn. nod, wink, beckon
smeirn
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, the end of an arrow which is next to the bow string
smerach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, thrush, mavis
smeur
va. anoint, smear as sheep, besmear; also : smir
smeur, smeuran
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, bramble berry (L.Sc. black bide)
smid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a syllable, an opening of the mouth, a word
smig
nm. g.+e; pl.+ean, chin
smior and smear
nm. g.+a, marrow, vigour, mettle : smior chailleach, spinal marrow
smiorail and smearail
a. vigorous, mettlesome
smodal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, sweepings, crumbs, fragments, smattering
smuain
nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, a thought
smuainich
vn. think, consider
smuairean
nm. g.v. -ein; grief, dejection
smuais
nf. g.+e, the juice or marrow of bones
smc
nm. g.v. smic, snivel, nasal sound
smcair
nm. pl.+ean, sniveller
smdag
nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, little quantity of smoke
smdan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, ring dove
smug
nm. g.v. smuig; pl.+an, spittle, snot, phlegm
smugaid
nf. pl.+ean, a spittle
smid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, smoke
smid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a blow, attack
smir
See smr
smirnean
nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, mote
smr
nm. g.v. smir, dross, dust, rubbish
'sna
for : anns na, in the
sng
va. creep, crawl, sneak
snag
nf. g. snaige; d. snaig; pl.+an, a little audible knock
sngach
a. creeping, crawling, sneaking
sngail
nf. creeping slow motion
snagair
va. carve or whet wood with a knife
snagan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a little tinkle, or clink
sngan
nm. g.v. -ain, a creeping or slow motion
snagan-daraich
nm. g.v. -ain-; pl.+an-, woodpecker
snaidh
va. hew, whet, chip, shape
snaidheadair
nm. pl.+ean, hewer, one who whets
snig
va. sngail, creep, crawl, sneak
snaim
va. tie, knot, stitch
snaim
nm. g.+e; pl.+eannan, a tie, knot, stitch
snmh
va. and vn. snmh, swim, float
snmh
nm. g. snimh, swimming, floating, the art of swimming : air an t-snmh, afloat
snmhaich
nm. pl.+ean, swimmer
snmhair
See snmhaich
snaois
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, slice, piece of anything
snaoisean
nm. g.v. -ein, snuff
snas
nm.ind. regularity, order, elegance, gloss
snasaich
va. reduce to order or regularity, make elegant, polish
snasda
a. orderly, regular, neat
snth
nm. g.v. snith; pl. snithean, thread, yarn
snthad
nf. g.d. -aid; pl.+an, needle : snthad mhr, darning needle
snthainn
nm. g. snithne; pl. snithnean, a thread
sneachd
nm. g. -a, snow
snigh
vn. drop, fall in drops, ooze through in drops
snomh
va. and vn. twist, twine, spin; wind as yarn
snomh
nm. g.+a, spinning, twining, twisting, a twist, a ringlet
snomhaiche
nm. pl.+an, spinner
snodha
nm. pl.+n : snodha-gire, a smile
snodhach
nm. g.v. -aich, sap of a tree
snotraich
nf. snorting, snuffing
snuadh
nm. g.v. snuaidh; pl.+an, hue, colour; complexion, appearance
so
this, these : an so, here : as an so, hence, from this place : gu so, hither, to this place, till now, up to this time : mar so, thus, in this manner, in this direction : (used interjectively) here, see here, take this : so, so! falbhamaid, Come, come! let us go : so agad, here you have
sbhrach, sbhrag
nf. g.d. -aich; -aig; pl.+an, primrose
soc
nm. g.v. suic; pl. suic, snout, fore end of anything; ploughshare
socair
nf. ease, rest, comfort : air do shocair, at your ease, take your time
socair
a. easy, quiet, mild, gentle, steady
sochair
nf. pl.+ean, benefit, emolument, privilege
sochar
nf. g.d. -air, instability of purpose, compliant disposition, easy temper
socharach
a. of a yielding disposition; unstable, easy tempered, complaisant
socrach
a. easy, comfortable, steady, slow, at ease
socraich
va. establish, make steady, fix, determine, settle, cease from motion
sodal
nm. g.v. -ail, flattery
sodan
nm. g.v. -ain, joy, expression of gladness at seeing or meeting one
sodar
nm. g.v. -air, trotting as a horse
sog, sogan
nm. g.v. sogain, mirth, joy, delight
sogail
a. merry, joyous, festive
sgh
nm. g.v. sigh, luxury, luxurious ease
sghail
a. luxurious, sumptuous
soilleas
nm. g.v. -eis, officiousness, adulation
soilleir
a. clear, bright, transparent, limpid, evident, visible
soillse
nm.ind. light, ray of light, brightness
soineann
nf. g.d. -inn, fair or calm weather
soir
east
soirbh
a. easy, quiet, courteous, pliant, prosperous; safe
soirbheas
nm. g.v. -eis, prosperity, fair wind
soirbhich
vn. prosper, succeed
soisgeul
nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, gospel
soitheach
nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ichean, vessel for food or drink; a ship, dish
soitheamh
a. gentle, affable, tractable, tame, docile
solair
va. -ar, provide, gather, procure
solar
nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, providing, purveying useful things
slas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, solace, comfort, consolation, contentment, pleasure
slasach
a. solacing, comforting, consoling, content, pleasant
solus
nm. g.v. -uis; pl.+an, light, knowledge
son
nm.ind. sake, account, good, advantage, profit : air mo shon, for me, for my sake : air a shon sin, for that matter, nevertheless : air a shon sin uile, for all that
sona
a. lucky, happy
sonas
nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, happiness
sonn
nm. g.v. suinn; pl. suinn, stout man, hero
snruich
va. select, choose, appoint, ordain, particularise
snruichte
a. specific, special, particular, appointed, ordained : gu snruichte, particularly, especially
sop
nm. g.v. suip; pl.+an and suip, wisp, loose bundle of straw or hay
sr
va. hesitate, grudge, give unwillingly, spare
soraidh
nf. pl.+ean, farewell compliments, good wishes
srn
nm. g.v. sirn; pl. sirn, flue, vent, cavity
spad
va. knock down at a blow, fell, brain, kill on the spot
spadhadh
nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -annan, strong, quick pull; the utmost extent of the out-stretched arms; the grass cut by one stroke of the scythe
spg
nf. g. spige; d. spig; pl.+an, paw, clubfoot, limb of an animal
spgach
a. pawed, walking awkwardly
spaga-da-ghliog
nm. bravado, ostentation
spgalais
nf.ind. walking awkwardly
spaglainn
nf. ostentation, conceit, bombast
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
spin
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, spoon
spirn
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, effort, struggle, violent exertion, agony
spl
nm. g.v. spil; pl.+an, weaver's shuttle
sprr
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
spil
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
spis
nf. g.+e, liking, regard, attachment, fondness, esteem
spiseil
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
spd
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
spoc
nf. g.+a, meanness, dastardliness, niggardliness
spocach
a. mean, dastardly, niggardly
spocair
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
spon
va. pull, pluck up, snatch, tear away
spionnadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, strength, might, force
sposradh
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
splican
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
spg
nf. g.d. spig; pl.+an, paw, claw, talon, the hand or foot in ridicule : spgan 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
spridh
nf. g.+e, cattle of any kind
spreig
va. blame, chide, prompt, instigate, enforce
spreigeil
a. blaming, prone to blame, authoritative, undaunted
spred
nm. g.v. spreid; pl.+an, a projecting beam : crann-spreid, 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
spill
va. rob, plunder
spinn
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
spt
nm. g.+a; pl.+an, spout
spt
va. spout, squirt
srbh
nm. g.v. sribh; 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
srid
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, street, a walk
sridimeachd
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
srin
See srian
sreothadh
nm. g.v. -aidh, a sneeze
srian
nf. g. srine; d. srin; 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
srin and srine
See srn
srl
nm. g.v. sril; pl.+tan, gauze, crape, silk, satin, banner
srn
nf. g. srine; d. srin; pl. srintean, 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. srthladh, rinse with water
sruthan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, little stream
srthladh
nm. g.v. -aidh, rinsing
st
nm.ind. use, advantage
stbull
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
stdag
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
stideil
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
stilinn
nf.ind. steel
stirn
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
starnal
nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, a bittern
stidh
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, foundation, basis
stidhich
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. stille; d. still; pl.+an, a streak, stripe
stigh
for : a stigh, within, in, inside; used with a v. of rest
Stibhart
surname, Stewart
Stibhartach
nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, a Stewart; a. of or belonging to the Stewarts
stiir
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, rudder
stiir
va. stiradh, steer, guide, direct, manage
stiradair
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
stl
nm. g.v. stil; pl.+an, stool, seat
stlda
a. steady, sedate, quelled, staid
str
nm. g.v. stir, store, baggage
stras
nm. g.v. -ais, store, abundance, wealth
stoth
va. lop off
strc
nm. g.v. stric; pl.+an, stroke, blow
stric
nf. g.+e, pride, a swell of anger
striceil
a. arrogant, insolent
straighlich
nf. rattling noise, or bustle
strille
nf. pl.+an, carpet, rug, mat
strilleadh
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
stroc
va. and vn. yield, submit
stroch
nf. g.+a; pl.+an, streak, line
stroch
va. draw lines, delineate
striopach
nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, harlot
strth
nf.ind. strife, contention, endeavouring
strtheil
a. contentious
strdh
nm. g.v. stridh, prodigality, extravagance
stric
va. tear asunder
stric
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, long rag
stridh
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
stc
nf. g. stice; d. stic; pl. stcannan, 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-lir, strawberry
subhach
a. merry, cheerful
subhailc
nf. pl.+ean, virtue, moral goodness
sud
yon, that there : an sud, yonder
sgan
nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, rope of twisted straw
sgh
nm. g.v. sigh; pl. sighean, juice, sap
sgradh
nm. g.v. -aidh, mirth, diversion, play
suic
See soc
suidh
va.+e, sit, sit upon eggs
suidhe
nm. sitting : 'na shuidhe, sitting : dan 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
sil
nf. g. sla; pl.+ean, eye, a look, expectation, orifice
suilbhir
a. cheerful, jolly
sil-chrith
nf. g. sl-; pl. silean-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
sist
nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, flail
sith
nm. g.+e, soot
sl, sla
See sil
slair
nm. pl.+ean, gannet
sult
nm. g.v. suilt, fatness, comeliness, mirth, fertility
sultmhor
a. fat, fertile, comely, merry
sumain
va. -anadh, summon, prosecute
smhail
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
srd
nm. g.v. sird, alacrity, eager exertion, industry
srdail
a. eager, diligent, in good working trim
suthainn
a. eternal, everlasting