Am Faclair Beag

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Cuir a-steach am facal a tha thu a' lorg:
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cladh-abhainn** sf Canal.
cladh-dùdaidhpl. -an-dùdaidh, sm Roaring billow.
cladh-nàiresm Modestly, bashfulness.
cladh-shruth** sm Canal.
cladh* pr pt a' cladh, va & n. Spawn, as a fish. Tha na bradain a' cladh, the salmon are spawning.
cladh-uisgesee cladh-shruth.
claghsee cladh.
cladh-a [& claidh**], sm Spawn. 2 Act of spawning. 3 Burying-place. 4 Mound, dyke. 5 Trench. 6 Hollow between two waves. 7** rarely Wool-comb. Cladh a' chùlthainn, the back wave hollow.
innispr pt ag innseadh, va Tell, declare, relate, report, inform. Innis dhomh, tell me; ciod as fheàrr a dh'innseas an cladh na an eaglais? who better guide to the churchyard than the church?
Aailm, the Elm-tree. The 1st letter of the Gaelic alphabet, now in use. It has three sounds; (1) both long and short. Long, like a in father as — àl, brood, àr, slaughter. Short, like a in fat, cat, as pronounced by a Lowlander, but not as pronounced by an Englishman, as — falt, hair; cas, foot. (2) both long and short, when immediately preceding dh and gh; in which state it has no corresponding sound in English. Long as adhradh, worship, teaghlach, family. Short, as lagh, law; cladh, trench. (3) short and obscure, like e in hinder, as — an, am, a', the; ma, if; nam, nan, if that; and the plural terminations -a, -an, as laghanna, laws; beanntan, mountains.
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