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[c'] for : c, ce, cia, where?
[c] for : c'ite, where?
[cab] nm. g.v. caib; pl. caib, mouth, gab, indentation
[cbag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a cheese
[cabar] nm. g. -air; pl. -air, couple of a house roof, rafter, deer'santlers, a heavy pole, caber
[cabhag] nf. g.d. -aig, haste, hurry
[cabhagach] a. in haste, hurried
[cabhair] va. cabhair, help, assist, aid, relieve
[cabhair] nf.ind. help, assistance
[cabhlach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, a fleet, navy
[cabhsair] nm. pl.+ean, causeway, pavement
[cabrach] a. branchy, antlered
[cch] nm. g. chich, the rest, the others
[cach a chile] phr. each other
[cachaille] nf. pl.+an, a gate
[cadal] nm. g.v. -ail, sleep
[cadalach] a. sleepy, drowsy
[cadhag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, jackdaw
[cagailt] nf. pl.+ean, hearth
[cagainn] va. -nadh, chew, gnaw, masticate
[cagar] nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, a whisper
[cagnadh] v.n. chewing, gnawing, masticating
[cagnas] See cagainn
[caibe] nm. pl.+annan or +achan, spade
[caibideil] nm. pl.+ean, chapter
[caidil] vn. cadal, sleep
[cil] See cl
[cil] nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, appetite, taste, disposition, constitution, condition
[cailbh] See calbh
[cailc] nf. g.+e, chalk
[cailc] va. chalk
[caile] nf. pl.+an, a hussy, quean, girl, wench
[cileachd] nf.ind. appetite, natural endowments, nature,genius
[caileag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, little girl (L.Sc. lassie)
[cilean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, a husk of grain
[Cailean] pnm. g.v. -ein, usually given as the equivalent of Colin
[cileiginn] nf. somewhat, something
[cailin] nf. pl.+ean, girl, damsel
[caill] vn. lose
[cailleach] nf. g.d. -ich; pl.+an, old woman
[cailleach-oidhche] nf. owl, inflected on the first element as : cailleach
[caillteach] a. ruinous, causing loss
[Caimbeulach] pnm. g.v. -aich, pl. -aich, a Campbell; a. of or belonging to the Campbells
[caimean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, mote
[cin] va. traduce, revile
[cin] nf. g. -e, tribute, tax, a fine, rent
[cineadh] v.n. traducing, reviling
[cinich] va. impose a tax, tribute or fine
[cainnt] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, speech, conversation, language
[caiptean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, captain
[cir] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, a gum
[cairbh] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, carcase, dead body
[cirean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, a gum
[cirdean] n.pl. See caraid
[cirdeas] nm. g.v. -eis, friendship
[cirdeil] a. friendly
[cirich] va. repair, mend, lay
[cairt] nf. g. cartach; pl.+ean, cart
[cairt] nf. g. cartach; pl.+ean, bark, chart, card
[cairtealan] nm. pl. quarters, lodgings
[cairtear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, carter
[caisbheart] nf. g.d. -eirt, footgear
[cise] nm.ind. cheese : cis-bhalg, cheese-bag
[caisg] va. check, stop, restrain, quench, quell, curb
[Cisg] nf. g.+e, Easter, Passover feast
[caismeachd] nf. pl.+an, an alarm, signal, march tune, war song
[caisteal] nm. g.v. -eil; pl.+an, castle
[Caisteal Bhlir] pnm. Castle Blair; inflected on the first element
[caisteal-deiridh] nm. poop of a ship; inflected on the first element
[Caisteal-nuadh] pnm. Newcastle; inflected on both elements
[caisteal-toisich] nm. forecastle of a ship; inflected on the first element
[c'ite] phr. where?
[caitean] nm. g.v. -ein, shag, nap of cloth, ruffled surface
[caith] va.+eamh, cast, wear, spend, exhaust
[caithe-beatha] nf. behaviour, moral conduct
[caithream] nm. g.v. -eim, shout of joy or triumph, joyful noise
[cl] nm. g.v. cil, colewort, kale : cl ceirtleach, cabbage
[cala] nm. pl.+chan, harbour, haven
[calaman] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, dove, pigeon
[calanas] nm. g.v. -ais, wool-working, lint-working
[calbh] nm. g.v. cailbh; pl. cailbh, head, headland, cape
[calc] va. ram, drive, caulk; cram
[calg] nm. g.v. cuilg; pl. cuilg, awn, beard of corn, bristle, prickle
[calg-dhreach] a. perfectly straight, direct
[call] nm. g. -a; v. chaill, loss, damage, detriment : air chall, lost
[callaid] nf. pl.+ean, hedge; lurking place; cap
[callaid-bhrin] nf. funeral wail, elegy; inflected on first element
[callda] a. tame, domesticated
[calldach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, loss, damage, detriment
[calldachd] nf.ind. loss, damage, detriment
[calltuinn] nm. hazel
[Calluinn] nf. New Year's day
[calma] a. bold, staunch, resolute, brave
[calpa] nm. pl.+nnan, calf of the leg; calpannan, haulyards
[Calum] pnm. g.v. -uim, rendered in English `Malcolm'
[cam] a. crooked, distorted, bent, blind of one eye
[camag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a curl; a comma
[caman] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, club for shinty or golf, a shinty
[camanachd] nf.ind. shinty playing, the game of shinty
[cam-bheul] nm. wry mouth; inflected on second element
[camhal] nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -ail, camel
[camhanaich] nf. the dawn, twilight
[camp] nm. g. -a; v. chaimp; pl.+annan, camp
[campaich] va. encamp
[campar] nm. g.v. -air, vexation, grief, uneasiness
[Camus-choinnich] pnm. Cambuskenneth; inflected on first element
[can] va.+tainn, say, sing, titter, speak
[cnain] nf. pl.+ean, a language
[cantainn] v.n. saying, singing, speaking
[caoch] a. empty, hollow, blind
[caochail] va. and vn. caochladh, change, alter, die
[caochan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, rivulet, streamlet, thin spout
[caochlach] a. changing, inconstant
[caochladh] v.n. changing, altering, dying
[caog] va. wink, take aim by shutting one eye
[caogadh] v.n. winking
[caoidh] nf. g.+e, weeping, lamenting, lamentation
[caoidh] va. weep, mourn, bewail
[caoile] nf.ind. thinness, slenderness, leanness, narrowness
[caoilead] nm. g. -eid, degree of above
[caoimh] See caomh
[caoin] va. weep, lament
[caoin] a. kind, mild, dry
[caoinich] va. dry as hay, dry by exposure; sooth
[caol] a. thin, lean, slender, narrow
[caolaich] va. make slender, attenuate
[caolas] nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, a strait
[caomh] a. kind, gentle, benign, tender, meek
[caomhag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, mild or kind woman
[caomhail] a. gentle, mild, kind, affectionate
[caomhain] va. -nadh, spare, save, reserve
[caomhnadh] v.n. saving, sparing, reserving, economy, frugality
[caomhnar] See caomhain
[caonnag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, fight, skirmish, fray
[caora] nf. g.+ch; d.+ich; v. chaora; pl.+ich; g.pl. chaorach, a sheep
[caoraich] See caora
[caoran] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, a fragment of peat
[caorann] nm. g.v. -ainn; pl. -ainnean, rowan berry, rowan tree
[car] somewhat, before an adj. : car coltach ri, somewhat like
[car] nm. g.v. cuir; pl. cuir, turn, twist, trick, fraud : an caraibh a chile, wrestling : car mar char (turn) over and over : car greis, during a short interval of time
[carach] a. deceitful, tricky, wily, winding, turning
[carachd] nf.ind. motion, movement, wrestling
[carachd] nf.ind. deceit, cunning, wiliness, quirkiness
[cradh] v.n. mending, repairing
[caraibh] dat.pl. of car : dol an caraibh a chile, going to contend or wrestle with each other
[caraich] va. move, stir
[craich] va. place to or against, apply
[caraid] nm. pl. cirdean, friend, relation
[craid] nf. pl.+ean, a pair, couple, married couple
[carantas] nm. g.v. -ais, kindness, friendliness
[carbad] nm. g.v. -aid; pl.+an, carriage, chariot
[crd] va. card wool, cotton or lint
[Cardros] pnm. Cardross
[crn] nm. g.v. cirn; pl. cirn (L.Sc. cairn) a heap, a pile
[crn] va. heap, pile
[carrachan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, frogfish, the fish commonly called `shoemaker'
[carragh] nf. g.d. -aigh; pl. -aighean, rock, pillar, monument
[carraig] nf. g.+e, or cairge; pl.+ean, rock
[Carraig] pnf. Carrick
[c' ar son] phr. why, for what reason?
[cart] va. clean, muck, cast out
[cas] nf. g. coise; d. cois; pl.+an, foot, leg, shaft, haft : casan deiridh, hindlegs : casan toisich, forelegs
[cs] nm. g.v. cis; pl.+an, difficulty, emergency, trying situation
[cas] va. gnash, to close upon, oppose, thwart
[cas] a. steep, rash, passionate
[casad] nm. g.v. -aid, cough
[casag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, long coat
[casaid] nf. pl.+ean, complaint, accusation
[casan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, path, road
[cas-chrom] nf. g. coise-cruime; d. cois-chruim; pl. casan croma, a kind of spade
[casd] va. casdaich, cough
[casg] nm. for casgadh, stopping, opposing, closing
[casgair] va. -airt and -radh, slay, mangle, massacre
[casgradh] nm. g.v. -aidh, massacre
[cas-ruisgte] a. barefoot
[cat] nm. g.v. cait; pl. cait, cat
[cath] nm. g.+a; v. chaith; pl.+an, fight, battle, fighting contest
[cth] nf. g. cithe; d. cith, husks of corn, chaff
[cathag] See cadhag
[cathair] nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, chair
[cathair] nf. g. -rach; pl. -raichean, city
[cathair-thalanta] and [-thalmhainn] nf. plantain, yarrow; inflected on the first element
[cthar] nm. g.v. -air; pl. -air, mossy ground, mountain bog
[ce] who, what?, why?, how?
[c] nm. g. cithe, cream
[c] nm.ind. the earth : an cruinne c, the terrestrial globe
[cead] nm.ind. leave, permission
[ceadaich] va. permit, allow
[caird] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, trade, handicraft
[cealg] nf. g. ceilge; d. ceilg, deceit, treachery, hypocrisy
[cealgach] a. deceitful, treacherous, hypocritical
[cealgair] nm. pl.+ean, deceiver, hypocrite, rogue
[cealgaireachd] nf.ind. fraud, hypocrisy
[ceall] nf. g.d. cill; pl. cilltean, church, cell
[ceana] whither? See ciona
[ceanail] a. mild, loving, kindly
[ceanalta] a. mild, amiable, kind
[ceangail] va. -al, tie, fasten, bind
[ceangal] nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -laichean, tie, bond, fastening, binding
[ceanglaidh] will tie. See ceangail
[ceann] nm. g.v. cinn; pl. cinn, head, end, chief, extremity
[ceannaich] va. buy, purchase
[ceannairc] nf. rebellion, sedition
[ceannairceach] a. rebellious, seditious
[ceannard] nm. g.v. -aird; pl.+an, commander, chief, leader
[ceannas] nm. g. -ais, superiority, headship, chieftainship, the upper hand
[ceann-bheart] nm. g.v. -bheirt; pl.+an, headpiece, headgear
[ceann-cinnidh] nm. head of a clan, chief; inflected on the first element
[ceann-feachd] nm. general; inflected on the first element
[ceann-feadhna] nm. chief, leader; inflected on the first element
[ceann-fine] nm. chieftain, head of a clan; inflected on the first element
[ceannlaidir] a. headstrong, obstinate
[ceannsaich] va. subdue, quell, tame, conquer, keep under
[ceann-teagaisg] nm. g.v. cinn-th-; pl. cinn-th-, subject, text
[ceann-uidhe] nm. g.v. cinn-; pl. cinn-, end of a journey
[ceap] va. catch, stop, intercept
[cearb] nf. g. cirbe; d. cirb; pl.+an, rag, tatter
[cearbach] a. ragged, tattered, awkward
[cearc] nf. g. circe; d. circ; pl.+an, hen
[cearcall] nm. g.v. -aill; pl.+an, circle, hoop, ring
[cearc-fhraoich] nf. g. circe-fr-; d. circ-fhr-; pl. cearcan-fr-, moorhen, female grouse
[cearc-thomain] nf. partridge; inflected as cearc-fhraoich
[card] nm. g.v. cird; pl.+an, tinker, any class of smith
[cardach] nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, smithy
[carn] nf. g.+a; d. cirn; pl.+an, quarter, region
[carr] a. wrong, left-handed
[ceart] a. right, same, proper, certain : a cheart cho, quite as, equally : anns a' cheart ite, in the (very) same place : cearta cmhla, all at once, together
[ceart] nm. g.v. ceirt, right, justice, propriety
[ceartaich] va. rectify, adjust, put to rights
[ceartair] in the phr. : an ceartair, just now
[ceartas] nm. g.v. -ais, justice, equity
[ceasnaich] va. catechise, examine
[ceathach] nm. g.v. -aich, mist, fog
[ceathairne] nf.ind. peasantry, yeomanry, portion of population fit for warfare
[ceatharnach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, kerne, stout, trusty peasant
[ceatharnas] nm. g.v. -ais, heroism
[ceathramh] nm. g.v. -raimh; pl.+an, fourth part, stanza, quatrain
[ceathramh] num. the fourth
[ceathrar] nm. and f. g.v. -air, four persons collectively
[ceigeach] a. squat, shapeless, clumsily formed
[ceigean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, thick short man
[ceigeineach] a. podgy, squat
[ceil] va.+tinn and cleith, conceal, hide
[cile] nm. spouse, companion, partner, fellow
[ceilear] nm. g.v. -eir, singing or chirping of birds; light, lively music
[ceilearadh] nm. g.v. -aidh, carolling, singing
[ceilg] See cealg
[cilidh] nf. pl.+ean, gossiping, visiting
[cill] See ciall
[cin] a. far, distant, remote; also cian
[cir] nf. g.+e, wax
[ceirsle] nf. d. -idh; pl.+an, ball of worsted, clew of yarn (better ceirtle)
[ceist] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, question, controversy
[ceist] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, darling, regard
[ceistear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, catechist
[Ceit] pnf. Kate
[citean] nm. g.v. -ein, May, beginning of summer
[ceithir] num. four
[ce] nm. mist, fog
[ceban] nm. g.v. -ain, small drizzling rain
[cebanach] a. dewy, misty, drizzly
[cel] nm. g.v. ciil, music
[celmhor] a. musical, tuneful
[Cesag] pnf. g.d. -aig, meaning the `bunchy one'
[ceud] num. hundred; first : ceudan, hundreds : an ceud and a' cheud, the first
[ceudna] the same, before mentioned : mar an ceudna, similarly, likewise, also
[ceum] nm. g.v. cim; pl.+annan, step, pace, degree
[ceus] va. crucify, torture
[ceutach] a. becoming, elegant, beautiful
[ceutaiche] a. more becoming, more elegant, more beautiful
[cha] not; precedes v. beginning with con. except f
[cha mhr] almost : cha mhr nach faodar a rdh, it may almost be said
[cha mhr nach] almost
[cha 'n] not; precedes v. beginning with vow. and fh
[cha robh ann ach] there was but
[chaidh] va.irr. went, happened, was, has passed : chaidh aca air, they succeeded : chaidh dha, it happened to him
[cheana] phr. word for : air cheana, already
[chile] each other, one another, both : bhuail iad a chile, they struck one another : dh' fhalbh iad le chile, they went away together : coltach ri chile, like one another
[ch] va.irr. will or shall see
[chionn] for : a chionn, because
[chtear] va.irr. will or shall be seen
[chtheadh] va.irr. would or should see
[chthinn] va.irr. I would see
[cho] equally, as, so : cho math ri sin, as good as that
[chuala] va.irr. heard
[chuca] prep.pron. to them
[chugad] prep.pron. to you, s.
[chugaibh] prep.pron. to you, pl.
[chugainn] prep.pron. to us
[chugam] prep.pron. to me
[chuice] prep.pron. to her
[chuid] in : aon chuid, neither (with the neg.)
[chuige] prep.pron. to him
[chuireadh] was put, would put, was invited. See cuir
[chuireas] will put. See cuir
[chuirinn] va. I would put. See cuir
[chum] phr. word for : a chum, to, for, for the purpose of, in order to, so that
[chun] unto, until : chun a' bhaile, unto the town
[chunnaic] va.irr. saw
[cia] for : ce, which? what? : cia as, whence : cia meud, how much, how many
[ciabh] nf. g. -a; pl.+an, lock of hair
[ciad] num. See ceud
[cial] nm.ind. side or brim of a vessel
[ciall] nf. g. cille; d. cill, meaning, sense, understanding
[ciall] nf. g. cille; d. cill, darling
[ciallach] a. sensible, discreet, judicious
[ciallaich] va. signify, mean
[ciamar] for : ceamar, how? in what way? in what manner? in what state or condition? : ciamar a tha thu, how are you?
[cian] a. cine, remote, foreign; also cin
[cianail] a. -ala, melancholy, pensive
[cianalas] nm. g.v. -ais, melancholy, dullness, pensiveness
[ciar] a. cire, dusky, dark-grey or brown
[ciatach] See ceutach
[cileadair] nm. pl.+ean, trustee, agent
[cill] nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, church, cell, burying-ground. See ceall
[Cill-earna] pnf. Killearn
[Cill-rbhinn] pnf. St. Andrews
[cineal] nm. g.v. -eil; pl. -eilean, offspring, clan, species
[cinn] va.+tinn, grow, increase, spring from
[cinn] See ceann
[cinneach] nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, nation
[cinneadh] nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, clan, tribe, kin
[cinneas] nm. g.v. -eis, growth, increase, crop, growing thing
[Cinn-gharrloch] pnm. Kingairloch
[Cinn-rois] pnm. Kinross
[cinnt] nf. g.+e, certainty
[cinnteach] a. certain, sure, evident, positive : cinnteach as, certain of it
[cinntinn] v.n. growing, increasing, prospering
[Cinn-t-sile] pnm. Kintail
[cob] nf. g.+a, a mountain grass
[cobair] nm. pl.+ean, shepherd
[coch] nf. g. cche; d. cch; pl.+an, woman's breast
[cocras] nm. g.v. -ais, keen longing, excessive desire, greediness
[ciod] what? : ciod , what is it?
[cion] nm. want, desire, esteem, love
[ciona] whither. See ceana
[cionn] nm. head : os cionn, above, overhead : a chionn, because : o chionn tri lithean, three days ago
[cionnas] how? in what way or manner? by what means?
[cionta] nm. pl.+n, guilt, sin
[ciontach] a. guilty
[ciontaich] va. transgress, be guilty of
[ciorram] nm. g.v. -aim; pl.+an, disaster, mishap
[cosaich] and [cosnaich] va. subdue
[ciotach] a. lefthanded, sinister, awkward
[cr] va. comb, tease, as wool
[cr] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, comb, cud, crest of a cock
[cirb] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, corner. See cearb
[circe] See cearc
[cs] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, tax, tribute
[ciste] nf. pl.+achan, chest, coffin
[ciil] See cel
[ciin] a. calm, peaceful, mild, smooth, placid
[ciin] vn. become quiet; become calm
[ciineas] nm. g.v. -eis, calm, peacefulness, quietness
[ciinich] va. render quiet, assuage, appease, calm, pacify
[cirr] va. hurt, injure
[clach] nf. g. cloiche; d. cloich; pl.+an, stone
[clachair] nm. pl.+ean, mason, builder of stones
[clachan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, hamlet, village. See clach
[clacharan] nm. g. -ain; pl.+an, stonechat
[clach-meallain] nf. g. cloiche-meallain; d. cloich-mheallain; pl. clachan-meallain, hailstone
[cladach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, shore
[cladh] nm. g.v. claidh; pl.+annan, graveyard, churchyard, burying-place
[cladh] nm. g.+a, spawn
[cladh] va. cladh, spawn
[cladhach] v.n. g. -aich, digging
[cladhaich] va. cladhach, dig
[clag] nm. g.v. cluig; pl. cluig, bell
[claidheamh] nm. g.v. -eimh; pl. claidhmhnean, sword
[claigeann] nm. g.v. -inn; pl. claignean, skull
[clais] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, ditch, furrow, groove
[clisteachd] nf.ind. hearing, the sense of hearing
[clistinn] nf. hearing, listening, hearkening
[clann] nf. g. cloinne; d. cloinn, children, clan
[Clann Chamshroin] pnf. the Clan Cameron
[Clann Mhic Rath] pnf. the Clan MacRae
[claoidh] va. vex, oppress, annoy, torment
[claon] a. inclining, squint, oblique, partial
[claon] va. incline, go aside, squint
[claon-bhreith] nf. pl.+ean, unjust judgment, prejudice
[clr] nm. g.v. clir; pl. clir, board, tablet, lid, any smooth surface or plane
[clr-aodainn] nm. the forehead, the face; inflected on first element
[clrsach] nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, harp
[clrsair] nm. pl.+ean, harper
[cleachd] va. and vn. accustom, practise, use
[cleachdadh] v.n. practice, use, custom, habit
[cleachdainn] nm. pl.+ean, practice, use, custom, habit
[cleamhnas] nm. g.v. -ais, affinity, or relationship by marriage
[cleas] nm. g. -a; pl.+an, trick, playful trick, feat
[cleasachd] nf.ind. play, pastime, sleight of hand
[clireach] nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, clerk, writer
[clit] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, flake of snow, downy feather
[cleith] v.n. concealing, hiding
[cleitheachd] nf.ind. concealment, secrecy, skulking
[cleca] nm. pl.+nnan, cloak, mantle
[cl] a. left-handed, awkward : an car cl, the left-hand turn
[cl] and [clth] nf. g.+e, vigour, strength
[cliabh] nm. g.v. clibh; pl. clibh, creel, hamper, basket, man's chest
[clath] nf. g. clithe; d. clith; pl.+an, hurdle, harrow
[cliathach] nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, the side of the body; slope of a hill
[cliath-lth] nm.ind. a section of a `ceol-mr' tune on the bagpipe
[clis] a. nimble, quick, sudden
[clisbeachd] nf.ind. lameness, unsteadiness
[clisg] va. and vn. start, leap through fear
[clisgeadh] v.n. startling : a chlisgeadh, instantly
[cliste] a. dexterous, nimble, swift, agile, expert
[clisteachd] nf.ind. dexterity, agility, expertness
[cli] nm. fame, honour, praise, renown, reputation
[cl] and [cldh] nm. g.+dha; v. clidh; pl. clidhean, a print, printing press
[clobha] nm. pl.+chan, pair of tongs
[clo-bhuail] va. -bhualadh, print
[clogaid] nm. pl.+ean, helmet
[cloich] See clach
[climh] nf. g.+e and clmhach; d. climhidh, wool, down of feathers
[cloinne] See clann
[closach] nf. g.d. -aich; pl. -aichean, carcass, dead body
[clth] nm. g.+a; pl. clithean, cloth
[cluain] nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, green plain, meadow, pasture
[cluaise] See cluas
[cluan] nf. g.d. cluain; pl.+tan. See cluain
[cluas] nf. g. cluaise; d. cluais; pl.+an, ear, lug, handle of dish
[cluasag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, pillow
[cldan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, clout, tatter
[cluich] nm. g.+e; pl.+eannan, play, playing, a game
[cluich] va. cluich, play
[cluigean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, pendicle, bell, drop
[cluinn] va.irr. hear, listen, hearken
[cluinntear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, hearer, listener
[cluinntinn] v.n. hearing : ri (and r'a) chluinntinn, to be heard
[cluip] va. cheat, deceive
[cluip] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, deceit
[cluipear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, a cheat, deceiver
[cnag] nf. g.d. cnaig; pl.+an, peg, pin, knob, thowlpin
[cnimh] nm. g. cnmha; pl. cnmhan, bone
[cnmh] va. chew, gnaw, corrode, waste, digest
[cnmh] v.n. chewing, gnawing, corroding, wasting, digesting
[cnmhach] a. bony
[cnmhan] See cnaimh
[cnap] nm. g.v. cnaip; pl.+an, lump, knob, little hill
[cnatan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, a cold
[cnead] nm. g.+a; pl.+an, moan, sigh, groan
[cneap] nm. g.v. cneip; pl.+an, button, bead, pebble
[cneas] nm. g.+a; pl.+an, skin, waist
[cneasda] a. humane, modest, temperate, ominous
[cn-bholg] nm. g.v. -bhuilg; pl. -bhuilg, nut bag
[cnoc] nm. g.v. cnuic; pl. cnuic or +an, knoll, hillock
[cnocan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, diminutive of cnoc
[cnth] and [cn] nf. pl. cnothan, nut. See cnth
[cnuac] nf. g.d. cnuaic; pl.+an, lump, head
[cnuasaich] va. collect, investigate, ponder
[cnuasanach] a. given to collecting or investigating
[cnuic] See cnoc
[cnuimh] See cruimh
[cnuimheag] See cruimheag
[cnth] nf. g.+a; pl.+an, nut. See cnth
[c] interr.pron. who? what? c air bith, whoever
[co] equally, as; also cho
[cobhair] va. cobhair, relieve, help, aid, assist. See cabhair
[cobhair] nf. g. -rach, succour, help
[cobhar] nm. g.v. -air, foam, froth
[ccaire] nm. pl.+an, cook
[cochull] nm. g.v. -uill; pl. -uill, husk, hood
[codach] See cuid
[co-dhibh] phr. nevertheless, at any rate, whatever, whichever, whether
[cog] va. fight, carry on war
[cogadh] nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, war, warfare, fighting
[cogais] nf. pl.+ean, conscience
[cogull] nm. g.v. -uill, tares, cockle
[coibhneil] a. kind, mild, lenient
[cig] num. five; also cig
[cignear] and [cignear] nm. and f.g. -eir, five persons collectively
[coigreach] nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, stranger, foreigner
[coileach] nm. g.v. -ich; pl. -ich, cock
[coileach-dubh] nm. g. coilich-dhuibh; pl. coilich-dhubha, black cock
[coileach-frangach] nm. g. coilich-fhrangaich; pl. coilich-fhrangach, turkey cock
[coileach-fraoich] nm. g. coilich-fhraoich; pl. coilich-fhraoich, moor cock, grouse cock
[coileach-gaoithe] nm. g. coilich-ghaoithe; pl. coilich-ghaoithe, weather cock
[coille] nf. pl. coilltean, wood, grove, forest
[Coille-chreathnaich] pnf. Killiecrankie
[coilltean] See coille
[coimeas] va. coimeas, compare, liken
[coimeas] nm. g.v. -eis; pl.+an, comparison
[coimheach] a. foreign, strange
[coimhead] nm. g. -id, looking, watching, observing
[coimheadachd] nf.ind. attending, convoying
[coimhearsnach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, neighbour
[coimhearsnachd] nf.ind. neighbourhood
[coimhlion] a. perfect, complete, as many as
[coimhlionta] a. complete, mature, fulfilled, come to man's estate
[coimhthional] See comh-thional
[coin] See c
[coinean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, rabbit
[coingeis] a. indifferent about, independent
[coingheall] nm. g.v. -ill; pl. -ill, loan
[coinne] nf. pl. -idhean, meeting, assemblage
[cinneach] nf. g.v. -ich, moss, fog
[coinneal] nf. g. coinnle; d. coinneil; pl. coinnlean, candle
[coinneamh] in the phr. : mu choinneamh, before, or in front of : mu choinneamh an doruis, opposite the door : 'na choinneamh, against him, to meet him
[coinnich] va. meet, encounter
[coinnlear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, candlestick
[cir] a. decent, honest, just, civil
[cir] for : comhair, nf. vicinity, contiguity
[cir] nf. g. crach; pl. craichean, right, justice, claim, title : is cir dhuit, bu chir dhuit, you ought
[coirbeachd] nf.ind. dourness, perverseness, crossness
[coirbte] a. corrupt, perverse, wicked
[coirce] nm. g. corca, oats, corn
[coire] nm. pl.+achan, pot, cauldron, kettle; corrie
[coire] nf. pl.+annan, fault, blame, guilt, harm
[coireiginn] in the phrase : air choireiginn, of some kind, some
[coirich] va. blame, reprove, reprimand
[cirneal] nm. g.v. -ileir; pl. -ilearan, an army colonel
[cois] See cas
[coiseachd] nf.ind. walking
[coisich] va. -eachd, walk, travel on foot
[coisiche] nm. pl.+an, walker, pedestrian
[coisinn] va. cosnadh, win, earn, gain
[coitcheann] a. common, public, general
[coitich] va. coax, press one to take something, urge
[colann] nf. g.d. -ainn; pl.+an, body, trunk of the body
[colbh] nm. g.v. cuilbh; pl. cuilbh, column, pillar, plant stalk
[colg] nm. g.v. cuilg; pl. cuilg, wrath, rage, fierce look, prickle, awn, bristling
[colgail] a. with bristles up, martial
[colgarra] a. wild, menacing
[coltach] a. like, probable : coltach ri, like to : car coltach ri, somewhat like
[coltaich] va. compare, liken
[coltas] nm. g.v. -ais; pl. -ais, likeness, likelihood, appearance, resemblance
[com] nm. g.v. cuim; pl. cuim, body, cavity of the chest, trunk of the body
[coma] a. indifferent, regardless : coma-co-dhibh, indifferent as to which, all the same to, careless as to which of them,
[comain] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, obligation : 'nad chomain, under obligation to you, in your reverence
[coma leat] phr. never mind, pay no heed to
[comas] nm. g.v. -ais, power, ability, authority
[comasach] a. able, capable
[comhachag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, owl
[comhair] nf.ind. direction, tendency : fa chomhair an sl, before their eyes : an comhair a chinn, headlong : an comhair a chil, backwards
[comhairle] nf. pl.+an, advice, counsel
[comhairleach] nm. g.v. -ich; pl.-ichean, counsellor, councillor
[comhairlich] va. advise, counsel
[comh-aontaich] vn. acquiesce, agree
[comharradh] nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, sign, token, mark
[comharraich] va. mark, point out, distinguish
[comharraichte] a. notable, remarkable, marked
[comhart] nm. g.v. -airt; pl.+an, dog's bark
[comhartaich] nf. barking of a dog
[cmhdach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aichean, covering, clothing, dress
[cmhdaich] va. cover, clothe, dress
[cmhdhail] nf. g. -alach; pl.+ean, meeting, interview
[comh-dhin] va. -dhnadh, conclude, bring to an end
[comh-dhnadh] v.n. g. -aidh, conclusion, end
[comh-fhoghar] nm. g.v. -air; pl. -airean, consonant
[comh-fhreagair] vn.+t and -radh, correspond, suit, agree
[comhfhurtachd] nf.ind. comfort, consolation
[cmhla] a. together, in company : cmhla ri, along with
[cmhlaich] va. meet, intercept, oppose
[cmhnadh] nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, help, aid
[cmhnard] a. level, even, plain
[cmhnuidh] nf. pl.+ean, dwelling, habitation : an cmhnuidh, habitually : a chmhnuidh, dwelling
[cmhradh] nm. g.v. -aidh; pl. -aidhean, conversation, dialogue
[cmhrag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, battle, combat, fight
[cmhraig] va. cmhrag, fight, combat
[comh-shamhluich] va. compare together
[comh-sheas] vn. -amh, consist in
[comh-thional] nm. g.v. -ail; pl.+an, assembly, congregation
[companach] nm. g.v. -aich; pl. -aich, companion, associate
[comunn] nm. g.v. -uinn; pl. -uinn, company, a society, fellowship, intercourse
[con] See c
[cnlach] nf. g.d. -aich, straw, fodder, hay, stubble
[connadh] nm. g.v. -aidh, firewood, fuel
[cnsaich] va. contend, dispute
[cnspaid] nf. pl.+ean, dispute, strife
[cop] nm. g.v. coip, foam, froth, spume
[copag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, dockweed
[copan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, cup
[copar] nm. g.v. -air, copper
[cor] nm. g. coir, condition, state, situation : air chor 'sam bith, on any condition
[corc] nf. g. cuirce; d. cuirc; pl.+an, knife, whittle
[crd] vn. agree
[Crdag] pnf. g.d. -aig, meaning `agreeable one'
[crn] nm. g.v. cirn; pl. cirn, drinking horn
[corp] nm. g.v. cuirp; pl. cuirp, body, corpse
[corporra] a. bodily, corporeal
[corr] nf. g.+a; pl.+an, heron, crane
[crr] nf.ind. overplus, excess, odds : a' chrr, the rest, remainder
[crr] a. odd, eminent, extraordinary; corra, when prefixed : corra h-aon, an odd one : crr uair, at odd times
[corra-biod] nm. attitude of readiness to start
[corrach] a. steep, precipitous
[corrag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, finger
[corra-ghriothach] nf. g.d. -aich, pl. corran-griothach, heron, crane
[corran] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, reaping hook, sickle
[corruich] nf. anger, rage, wrath, ire
[crsa] nm. pl.+chan, coast, shore
[cos] See cas
[cs] nm. g.v. cis; pl.+an, hollow, recess
[cosd] va. cosd, spend, waste
[cosdas] nm. g.v. -ais, expense, cost
[coslach] a. like, resembling
[coslas] nm. g.v. -ais; likeness
[cosmhuil] a. like, resembling
[cosnadh] See coisinn
[cosnar] See coisinn
[cta] nm. pl.+ichean, coat
[cothaich] va. win, earn, contend, strive
[cothrom] nm. g.v. -uim; pl.+an, opportunity, fairplay, justice, equipoise
[cothromach] a. fair, just, equitable, level
[crbhach] a. pious, religious
[crbhadh] nm. g.v. -aidh; devotion, piety, religion
[crdh] nm. g. cridh, pain, anguish, torment
[crdh] va. torment, pain, vex, harass
[craiceann] nm. g.v. -inn; pl. craicnean, skin
[cridhteach] a. tortured, miserable, grievous, afflicted, causing pain
[cridhteachd] nf.ind. distress of mind or body, vexation, misery
[crmhan] nm. g.v. -ain, constant scolding or grumbling, bickering
[crann] nm. g.v. croinn; pl. croinn, tall tree, mast, plough, doorbolt
[crann] va. bolt, bar, adjust doorbolt
[crannag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, pulpit, perch
[crann-athair] nm. plough (constellation); inflected on the first element
[crannchur] nm. g.v. -uir; pl.+an, lot, fortune, casting lots
[craobh] nf. g. craoibhe; d. craoibh; pl.+an, tree
[Craobh] in : [A' Chraobh] pnf. Crieff
[craobhadh] nm. streaming
[craobh-sgileadh] nm. shade imparted by trees
[craoibhe] See craobh
[craos] nm. g.v. craois; pl.+an, gaping mouth, maw
[crath] va. shake, wave, brandish
[cr] nf.ind. clay
[creach] va. harry, rob, plunder
[creach] nf. g. creiche; d. creich; pl.+an, plunder, pillage
[creachadair] nm. pl.+ean, robber, plunderer
[creachann] nm. g.v. -ainn, summit of a rock, hard rocky surface
[creadha] nf. clay. See cr
[creag] nf. g. creige; d. creig; pl.+an, rock, crag
[Creag-bhrnaid] pnf. Craigbarnet; inflected on first element
[creathach] nf. g.d. -aich, brushwood for fuel
[creid] vn. creidsinn, believe
[creideamh] nm. g.v. -imh; pl.+an, religious belief
[creideas] nm. g.v. -eis, credit, good repute
[creideasach] a. trustworthy, credible
[creidsinn] nm. believing
[creig] See creag
[creuchd] nf. g.+a; pl.+an, wound, a sore
[creud] nf. g.+a; d. crid; pl.+an, creed
[creutair] nm. pl.+ean, creature, being
[criathair] va. -radh, sift
[criathar] nm. g.v. -air; pl. -ran, sieve, riddle
[criathraidh] See criathair
[crch] See croch
[cridhe] nm. pl.+achan, heart
[cridheil] a. -ala, hearty
[croch] nf. g. crche; d. crch; pl.+an, end, close, limit, boundary
[crochnaich] va. bring to an end, or close
[criom] va. pick, bite, nip
[criomadh] v.n. picking, nibbling, biting
[criomag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, bit, piece
[crioman] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, bit, piece
[cron] a. crne, little, withered, shrivelled, mean
[cronach] nf. g.d. -aich, brushwood, withered branches
[crios] nm. g.+a; pl.+an, belt, girth, girdle
[Crosd] and [Crosda] pnm. Christ
[Crosdaidh] nm. pl.+ean, a Christian
[criothnaich] va. shake, tremble
[crith] vn. crith, shake, tremble, quiver : air chrith, trembling, shaking, quivering
[cr] nm. g. crtha; pl. crithean, fold, eye of a needle
[crth] va. confine in a fold or pen, gather in
[croch] va. hang, suspend
[crochan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, pot hook
[crodh] nm. g.v. cruidh, cattle
[crg] nf. g. crige; d. crig; pl.+an, clumsy hand, fist, paw
[crog] nm. g. -a; v. chroig; pl.+achan, a jar, crock
[crogan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl.+an, dim. of crog
[cric-cheann] nm. an antlered head; inflected on the second element
[croich] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, gallows, gibbet
[crois] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, cross, misfortune
[croit] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, croft, hump
[croitear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, crofter
[crom] a. cruime, arched, bent, crooked, curved, bowed
[crom] va. bend, stoop, bow
[cromadh an speur] phr. vault of the sky
[cromag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, a crook, any little crooked thing
[croman] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, kite
[crom-bhileach] a. having a bent bill; inflected on second element
[cron] nm. g.v. croin, harm, mischief, evil, fault, defect, blame, imputation
[cronaich] va. rebuke, reprove, blame
[cronail] a. harmful, hurtful, pernicious
[crnan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, croon, purling sound, hum
[crosda] a. cross, fretful, peevish, ill-natured
[crotal] nm. g.v. -ail; lichen called cudbear
[cruach] nf. g. cruaiche; d. cruaich; pl.+an, a heap, pile, stack
[cruach] va. heap, build into stacks
[Cruachan Beann] pnm. Ben Cruachan
[cruadal] nm. g.v. -ail; pl. -ail, hardihood, hardship
[cruadalach] a. hardy, enduring, brave
[cruadhaich] va. harden, parch, kiln-dry
[cruaiche] See cruach
[cruaidh] nf. g. cruadhach, steel
[cruaidh] a. hard, difficult, severe
[cruaidh-chs] nm. g.v. -chis; pl.+an, predicament, peril, adversity
[cruathas] and [cruas] nm. g.v. -ais, hardness, rigour, hardihood
[crb] va. sit, squat, crouch
[crbach] a. lame, cripple
[crban] nm. g. -ain, crouching attitude : 'na chrban, crouching
[crubh] nm. g. -a; pl. -an, horse's hoof
[crdh] va. shoe as a horse
[crudha] and [crubha] nm. g. cruidhe; pl. cridhean, horse's shoe
[cruimh] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, worm
[cruimheag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, small worm
[cruimh-shionnachain] nf. glowworm; inflected on first element
[cruinn] a. round, spherical, globular, succinct, assembled
[cruinne] nm.ind. the globe, world
[cruinneag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, trig, tight lassie
[cruinnich] va. gather, assemble, collect, convene
[cruinn-leum] nm. pl.+annan, standing jump, bound
[crisgean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, lamp, cruizie, jug
[cruit] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, crowd or harp
[cruitear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, crowder or harper
[cruitheachd] nf.ind. form, conformation; the creation, universe
[cruithear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, creator
[crn] nm. g.v. crin; pl. crintean, crown, five shilling piece
[crn] va. crown
[cruth] nm. g. -a; v. chruith; pl.+an, form, shape, figure
[cruthachadh] v.n. creating, creation
[cruthaich] va. create
[c] nm. g. coin; d. c; v. choin; pl. coin; g.pl. con, dog
[cuach] nf. g. cuaiche; d. cuaich; pl.+an, quaich, cog, dish, bowl, drinking cup, hollow part of bird's nest
[cuagach] a. awkwardly bent, having unshapely curves, mis-shapen
[cuaille] nm. pl.+achan, cudgel, club, baton
[cuain] See cuan
[cuairt] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, circuit, tour, trip, whirl, eddy : cuir mu'n cuairt, turn round about
[cuairteag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, whirlpool
[cuairtear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, traveller, tourist, visitant
[cuairtich] va. surround, encompass, make a circuit
[cual] nf. g.d. cuail; pl. cuailtean, burden, faggot
[cuala] vn.irr. heard : an cuala tu, heard you? : cha chuala mi, I have not heard
[cuan] nm. g.v. cuain; pl. cuaintean, ocean
[cuaran] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, brogue of untanned hide
[cuartachadh] v.n. surrounding, encompassing
[cuartaich] va. surround, compass
[cbadh] nm. bending, crouching, shrinking for fear; coop
[cubhaidh] a. decent, fit, meet, seemly
[cbhraidh] a. fragrant, sweet smelling. Better cmhraidh
[cudtrom] nm. g.v. -uim; pl. -uim, weight, heaviness, burden
[cudtromach] a. heavy, important
[c-dubh] nm. otter; inflected on both elements
[cuibheall] nf. g. cuibhle; d. cuibhill; pl. cuibhleachan, a wheel; nom. often cuibhle
[cuibheas] nm. g. -eis, enough, a sufficiency
[cuibhill] va. wheel
[cuibhle] See cuibheall
[cuibhlich] va. wheel, turn round
[cuibhne] nf. pl. -ichean, deer's antler
[cuibhreach] nf. g.d. -ich; pl. -ichean, bond, chain, trammel
[cuid] nf. g. codach; pl. codaichean, portion, share, some, part, one's complement : cuid na h-oidhche, night's entertainment
[cuideachd] nf. pl.+an, company; likewise, also
[cuidealas] nm. g. -ais, conceit, forwardness, pertness
[cuideiginn] nm. some one
[cuideil] a. -eala, conceited, pert
[cuidich] va. help, assist
[cig] num. five; also cig
[cuigeal] nf. g.+ach; d. -eil; pl.+an, distaff
[cil] nf. g.+e; pl.+tean, recess, corner, niche, nook, closet; See cl
[cuilbh] See colbh
[cuilbhear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, fowling piece, culverin, musket
[cuilc] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, reed
[cileag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, dim. of cil, little recess, etc.
[cuileag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a fly
[cuilean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, whelp, pup, young dog, cub
[cuilgean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, awn of corn or barley, prickle
[ciltear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, skulker, sneak
[c'uime] phr. for what? of what? about what? of whom? about whom?
[Cuimeineach] pnm. g.v.; pl. -ich, a Cumming; a. of or belonging to the Cummings
[cuimhne] nf.ind. recollection, remembrance, memory : is cuimhne leam, I remember : am bheil cuimhne agad air, do you remember it?
[cuimhneachan] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, memorial, keep-sake
[cuimhnich] va. and vn. remember, bear in mind, recollect
[cuimir] a. brief, concise, trim, tidy, handsome
[cuin] when?
[cuinneag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, pitcher, pail, bucket (L.Sc. stoup)
[cuinnean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, nostril
[cuinnlean] nm. g.v. -ein; pl. -einean, stalk of corn, nostril
[cuip] nf. g.+e; pl.+eachan, a whip
[cuir] va. cur, put, sow, place, lay : cuir an aghaidh, oppose : cuir an cill, describe, declare : cuir air chois, set on foot, institute : cuir as, put out, extinguish, destroy : cuir air falbh, put or send away : cuir fa sgaoil, release, let go : cuir gu buil, employ to some purpose, put to use : cuir ris, add to, apply to : cuir romhad, resolve : cuir air leth, set aside, separate, appropriate : cuir seachad, lay bye, put past : cuir am mach, publish : cuir air, put on, trouble, annoy
[cuir] See car
[cuireadh] nm. g.v. -idh; pl. -idhean, invitation
[cuireadh] va. let ... put
[cuirm] nf. g.+e; pl.+eannan, feast, banquet
[cirt] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, court
[cirtear] nm. g.v. -eir; pl.+an, courtier
[cis] nf. g.+e; pl.+ean, affair, matter, subject, cause : cis-eagail, cause of fear : cis-thagraidh, plea : cis-ghearain, cause of complaint : cis-mhaslaidh, a matter of reproach
[cuiseag] nf. g.d. -eig; pl.+an, a stalk, plant stem, reed, kind of grass
[ciseil] a. -eala, business like
[cuisle] nf. pl.+an, vein, artery, pulse; better cusail
[cuist!] hist!
[cl] nm. g.v. cil; pl. cil, the back, the hinder part
[claibh] nm. behind the back; d.pl. of cl
[culaidh] nf. pl.+ean, apparel, tool, boat; object : culaidh-eagail, an object of fear
[cl-cumhainn] nm. a tight corner; inflected on the first element
[cl-taic] nm. a support, backing; inflected on the first element
[cum] va. and vn. cumail, keep, hold, retain, contain, celebrate
[cumail] v.n. keeping, holding
[cuman] nm. g.v. -ain; pl. -ain, coggie, milking pail
[cumanta] a. common, ordinary
[cumhachd] nm. power, ability, authority
[cumhachdach] a. powerful, mighty
[cumhang] and [cumhann] a. cuinge, narrow, strait
[cmhnant] nm. g.v. -aint; pl.+an, covenant, contract, agreement
[cunnart] nm. g.v. -airt; pl.+an, danger, risk
[cunnartach] a. dangerous, risky
[cunnt] va. count, number
[cunntas] nm. g.v. -ais; pl.+an, counting, reckoning, numbering, an account
[cupan] nm. See copan
[cur] v.n. putting, sowing, snowing. See cuir
[cram] nm. g.v. -aim; pl.+an, care, charge, anxiety
[cramach] a. careful, anxious
[currac] nm. g.v. -aic; pl. -aicean, cap, woman's head dress, cowl
[crsa] nm. pl.+chan, course
[cuspair] nm. pl.+ean, object aimed at, mark to aim at
[cutach] a. short, stumpy, bob-tailed, docked (L.Sc. cutty)
[cuthach] nm. g.v. -aich, rage, madness, insanity : air chuthach, mad
[cuthag] nf. g.d. -aig; pl.+an, cuckoo