Image: Ceumannan 3 Modal 1 Aonad 2
Graphic: Gaelic Alphabet



Faclair Mòr

Lost for words? Wondering how on earth to say all the new vocabulary? 

* polite/plural (f) feminine (m) masculine

Here you will find a talking Gaelic to English dictionary.  Now you can check a Ceumannan 3 word online at any time and can even hear how to pronounce it! Just click on a letter above to see a list of words.

You will also find a full English to Gaelic vocabulary list covering the language used in the course in the downloadable PDF.


Litir/Letter

Craobh/Tree

Beurla/English

a

ailm

elm

b

beith

birch

c

coll

hazel

d

dair

oak

e

eadha

aspen

f

feàrn

alder

g

gort

ivy

h

uath

hawthorn

i

iogh

yew

l

luis

rowan

m

muin

vine

n

nuin

ash

o

onn

gorse

p

peith bhog

birch

r

ruis

elder

s

suil

willow

t

teine

gorse

u

ur

yew






Faclair Mòr App

Faclair Mòr App

Stòrlann, in collaboration with Sealgar IT Ltd, have produced a searchable phrasebook app for use in conjunction with the Ceumannan Gaelic learners’ course for secondary schools. The ‘Faclair Mòr’ app contains over 3 200 audio files from the book series and it is hoped pupils using the course will find the app useful as they get to grips with Gaelic.

The app is available now on Google Play and the App Store.

Google Play and App Store icons

Faclair na Sgoile App

This is a Gaelic to Gaelic dictionary with auto-fill, which is very useful if you are in a hurry, or unsure of the word you’re looking for.

The app also has a Word of the Day feature which appears when you open the app. Try it now at
Google Play and the App Store.

Google Play and App Store icons

An Seotal  Gaelic Terminology Database for Schools