Gaelic-English Dictionary

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['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] 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

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