pronunciation: IPA: wʊd /wʊd/ , SAMPA: /wUd/

Translations into Scottish Gaelic:

  • fiodh 
    (Noun  m)
     
    substance
     
    wood from a particular species
  • coille 
  • cròic 

Other meanings:

 
(slang) An erection.
 
(uncountable) A forested or wooded area, most often used in the plural.
 
Firewood.
 
(obsolete) Mad, insane, crazed.
 
(countable) As the previous but referring to wood of a particular species.
 
wood (as opposed to bark)
 
woodland
 
firewood
 
The substance making up the central part of the trunk and branches of a tree. Used as a material for construction, to manufacture various items, etc. or as fuel.
 
Made of wood.
 
(countable) (golf) A type of golf club, the head of which was traditionally made of wood.
 
slang: an erection
 
A dense growth of trees more extensive than a grove and smaller than a forest.
 
made of wood
 
(transitive) To cover or plant with trees.
 
(music) A woodwind instrument.
 
type of golf club
 
to cover or plant with trees
 
(uncountable) The substance making up the central part of the trunk and branches of a tree. Used as a material for construction, to manufacture various items, etc. or as fuel.
 
An area where trees grow, where there are, no streets, no buildings, no agriculture beyond growing trees.

Similar phrases in dictionary English Scottish Gaelic. (3)

wood pigeoncalman-coille
wood-pigeoncalman
yew woodiubhar

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One day she met a wolf in the woods.Aon latha, thachair i le madadh-allaidh anns a' choille.
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