Vocab: Winter | Briathrachas: An Geamhradh

It’s cold outside and the nights are getting longer – winter is here and we’ve got a whole list of Gaelic winter words you can learn!

– – – – – – – – – –

Tha e fuar a-muigh agus tha na h-oidhcheanan a’ fàs nas fhaide – tha an geamhradh an seo agus tha liosta de fhaclan geamhraidh Gàidhlig againn dhut airson ionnsachadh!

Gaelic Winter Words Infographic - Written version below

Winter Words | Faclan Geamhraidh

Blanket | Plaide

Boots | Bòtannan

Christmas |Nollaig

Christmas Decoration | Loinnearan Nollaig

Coat | Còta

Cold | Fuar

Cosy | Tìorail

Dark | Dorch

December | An Dùbhlach

February | An Gearran

Fireplace | Cagailt

Frosty/frozen | Reòite

Gingerbread | Aran-cridhe

Gloves | Meatagan

Hat | Ad

Hogmanay/New Year’s Eve | Oidhche na Bliadhna Ùire

Hot chocolate | Seoclaid teth

Ice | Deigh

Jacket | Seacaid

January | Am Faoilleach

Jumper | Geansaidh

New Year’s Day | A’ Challainn

Present | Tiodhlac

Santa | Bodach na Nollaige

Scarf | Sgarfa

Slush | Sneachd Bog

Snow | Sneachd

Snowball | Ball-sneachda

Snowman | Bodach-sneachda

Wind | Gaoth

Winter | Geamhradh

Head back to the #YSGaelic landing page.

Other content you might be interested in

All ages

Money Jargonbuster

VAT, tax, credit – what does it all mean when it comes to talking about money? Check out our jargonbuster…

Money Jargonbuster
All ages

Meet Hayley

Meet Hayley from the Senior Phase and Youth Participation Team

Meet Hayley
All ages

Ceòlas Uibhist

Ceòlas Uibhist is charity based in South Uist in the Western Isles and provides an opportunity to experience Gaelic language,…

Ceòlas Uibhist
All ages

Where to Study

Find out what courses are on offer and where you can study for youthwork!

Where to Study
HIDE PAGELeave this site quickly
Back to top of the page