Example sentences for: dwelly

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  • Dwelly also gives fraoch-an-ruinnse for the cross-leaved heath ( E. tetralix ) which might mean `heather with the long tail,' but more probably means `heather for rinsing or scouring.

  • Using Dwelly, MacLennan, and a list of plant names in a 1925 book of tartans (published by W.A.

  • In addition, Dwelly gives other terms for bell heather or smooth-leaved heath, as he calls it:

  • Dwelly gives a `ripple on the surface of water'; and MacLennan says, `bristles, anger, a girning expression of countenance.

  • Dwelly set out to compile the Gaelic from all earlier dictionaries and was very successful in an encyclopedic effort; but the work would have been more useful had it an English-to-Gaelic section and provided some etymological clues as to meaning.

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