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There were 60 hits for bonnach

An deireadh no An màs
So far an cuir thu fon an t-sreang bonnach le im agus botul bainne air do shlighe chun a’ chladaich gu bhith agad ma thig an t-acras ort a muigh – mar as tric a thig. So cuideachd far an cuir thu crùbag, no creachan no beathach eisg annasach a thig air do lion beag fhein a bhios tu airson a thoirt dhachaidh leat.
Origin: [Lewis], Dail a Tuath or [Lewis], Suaineabost [Swainbost] or [Lewis], Lional
Category: Acfhuinn Iasgaich / Fishing Tackle
Còir’ nam Bonnach
[?]
Origin: Kill-Fhinn
Category: Crodh / Cattle
[Seanfhacal 36]
Bonnach air bois, cha bhruich ’s cha loisg.
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
[bonnach a’ bhrosgail]
“Dh’ith thu bonnach a’ bhrosgail.” – would be said regarding people who did a certain amount of boot licking to obtain something. More usually applied to young children who would behave in this fashion go get their own way.
Location: South Uist, Lochcarnan
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
[bonnach]
’S fhearr am bonnach beag le beannachd na bonnach mór le mollachd.
Location: South Uist, Lochcarnan
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
[bonnach]
Rinn mi bonnach arain. – I made a large griddle scone.
Origin: Lochaber
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
[brù]
“Mar is miann le brù bruichidh bonnach.
Location: South Uist, Stoneybridge
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: bonnach donn. Notes: made from oatmeal and fish liver.
Location: Skye, Breakish
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: bonnach donn. Notes: cake made from oatmeal and fish liver.
Location: Skye, Kyleakin
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: Bonnach branndair. Notes: see Branndair.
Origin: Islay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quot.: “bonnach-eathair”. Note: oatmeal bannock with lumps of suet in it, about 3" thick and only partly baked. Taken out in boats by fishermen.
Origin: Ness
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quot.: “bonnach-lice”. Note: bannock baked standing up against a flat stone by the fire (as opposed to ‘bonnach-greidil’).
Origin: Ness
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: bonnach luirgeadh [ɫu̜ðiɡʹəɣ]. Notes: formerly given to a person who reported the birth of a lamb, the birth being unknown to the owner. Within memory it was a raw egg or two that was given. (Dw. lorg 15. Progeny, offspring.)
Origin: North Uist
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: bonnach coirce. Notes: oatcake.
Origin: Port Charlotte
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
Quotation: Bonnach donn. Notes: cod liver, oatmeal, salt. Boiled in water.
Origin: Skye, Torrin
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach
bannock.
Origin: [Lewis]
Category: Biadh is Deoch / Food and Drink
bonnach
Quotation: Thainig am bonnach àbhaisteach a-rithist. Notes: ?
Origin: [North Uist?]
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach Brìde
a special cake which was baked on the first day of spring. Cf. Mr R. Bunton, Stoneybridge, South Uist. Refers to serpent chant associated with St. Bride’s. According to this informant the chant belongs to Celtic mythology which believed that a serpent did come from the ground. Apparently the serpent was the daughter of Ivor.
Location: Barra, Ard Mhinish
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach arain
large scone divided into four and baked on a griddle or oven.
Origin: Lochaber
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach bois
aig an obair.
Location: Na Hearadh, Gòbhaig [Harris, Gobhaig]
Category: Biadh is Deoch / Food and Drink
bonnach bois
thick oatmeal bannock flattened between the palms of the hands and baked in front of the fire.
Origin: Lewis, Uig
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach boise
Location: South Uist, Garrynamonie
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach coirce
Location: Na Hearadh, Gòbhaig [Harris, Gobhaig]
Category: Biadh is Deoch / Food and Drink
bonnach comaineach (E)
Origin: [Lewis, Uig an Iar]
Category: Crodh / Cattle
bonnach fluir
Location: Na Hearadh, Gòbhaig [Harris, Gobhaig]
Category: Biadh is Deoch / Food and Drink
bonnach greideil
pancake.
Location: [Harris], Leverburgh, Kintulavaig
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach grùthainn
a saithe’s liver mixed with flour. Boiled in the same pot as the saithe but separated by being placed on a plate at the top of the pot.
Location: South Uist, Garrynamonie
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach lice
Location: Na Hearadh, Gòbhaig [Harris, Gobhaig]
Category: Biadh is Deoch / Food and Drink
bonnach luirg
expression which asks whether a cow has calved. “An robh bonnach luirg aice fhathast.”
Location: North Uist, Grimsay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach luirg
a reward, a cake or some kind of food given to person who found or reported the sighting of a young animal such as a lamb or calf.
Location: South Uist, Garrynamonie
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach pòisidh
prior to the advent of modern day wedding cakes, people used to make their own cakes. Mrs C. MacLellan, Lochcarnan, South Uist remembers this tradition too whereby a sponge cake with sultanas was baked covered with icing. [NOTES: ‘pòisidh’ corrected to ‘pòsaidh’.]
Location: Barra, Northbay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-bois
[bɔ̃n̪ɑxbɔʃ] Note: an oatmeal cake made with the hands (not using a “clàr-fuinne”) about 1" thick and stood beside the fire to bake.
Origin: Crowlista
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-bois
Note: a thick bannock made between the hands and stood upright beside the fire to bake.
Origin: [Lewis], Arnol
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-boise
bannock, kneaded by hand.
Location: Na Hearadh, Scalpaigh [Harris, Scalpay]
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-boise
Bonnach a bhiodh na cailleachan a’ deanamh air am bois agus ’g a bhruiche ri lic. (Leac, ’se sin leac-arain.) Bha bonnach aca ’s an Eilean Sgitheanach agus ’se ‘bonnach-luathadh’ a bh’aca air.
Origin: [Lewis, Uig an Iar]
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-boiseadh
Note: hurriedly made bannock, thicker than usual.
Location: Harris, Grosebay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-buidhe
Notes: cornmeal bannock.
Location: Canada, Christmas Island
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-carrach
Notes: barley bannock, when baked, covered on one side with pancake mixture – flour, sugar and egg, and toasted by the fire until brown, with a spongy covering, sweet tasting.
Location: Lewis, Barvas
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-carrach
Note: a bannock, of barley originally, with an egg mix put on top. (He said scrambled eggs.)
Origin: [Lewis], Arnol
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-cloicheadh
Notes: bannock made on stone in front of the fire.
Location: Tiree
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-dorcha
Notes: wheat-bread.
Location: Canada, Christmas Island
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-eanchainn
[bɔ̃n̪ɑxw̃ṉəxĩnʹ] Note: heard of this but not in memory as having been seen – brains of a sheep must have been used in it along with meal – oats or barley.
Origin: [Barvas]
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-fhlùir
Notes: flour scone.
Location: Romasdal
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-gropaidh
Notes: same as ceann cropaic mixture but rolled into a ball.
Location: Skye, Sleat, Calligary
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-gropaidh
Notes: same mixture as ceann-cropaic but not boiled in fish-head.
Location: Glendale
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-grùthain
a liver-bannock, made by oatmeal and fish liver. [SLIP: A liver bannock (made of oatmeal and fish liver).]
Location: Na Hearadh, Scalpaigh [Harris, Scalpay]
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-grùthan
Notes: same mixture as in ceann-cropaic.
Location: Skye, Kilmuir
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-iomanach
Notes: when cow was calving, the person in attendance was given the “bonnach iomanach”.
Location: Lewis, Barvas
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-iomanach
Note: given to the person who first saw a cow with the “mulad” before the birth of a calf.
Origin: Crowlista
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-iomanach
a special bannock given to the person who found a cow after calving.
Origin: Lewis, Uig
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-luirgeadh
Notes: said to be the reward given to a person by a witch for telling her when someone’s cow had calved. She would then put a spell on the cow to render it dry.
Location: Tiree
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-thumanach
[bɔ̃n̪ɑxhũ̟mɑṉɔx] Note: his pronunciation of “bonnach-iomanach”. A “bonnach” with plenty of “ùs” (cheese made with first milk) on it given as a reward to the first person to notice a cow was about to calf (leis a’ mhulad).
Origin: [Lewis], Arnol
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-òrnaich (?)
Notes: (Murdo Murray, Back) omelette-type of barley scone, with filling of eggs, cream, etc. Not in Dw. Note that òrna is a var. of eòrna.
Location: Lewis
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
branndair
[bɾɛ̃n̪d̪ɑɾ] Notes: iron grille used for making bannocks at the fire. “Bonnach branndair”.
Origin: Islay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
breacag
[bɾɛkɑɡ] Note: bonnach le geadan de losgadh air.
Origin: [Lewis], Arnol
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
deàrnag-muire
Notes: ‘bonnach le grùthan ga phruich ris an teine’.
Location: Lewis, Point
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
falaid
[fɑɫɑdʹ] Notes: in baking – the dry flour or oatmeal spread out on the baking board, and worked into the “bonnach”.
Location: Harris
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
leac
Quotation: leac nam bonnach. Notes: flat stone put beside the fire for toasting scones.
Location: Skye, Kilmuir
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
lorg
Quotation: bonnach luirgeadh [ɫu̜ðiɡʹəɣ]. Notes: formerly given to a person who reported the birth of a lamb, the birth being unknown to the owner. Within memory it was a raw egg or two that was given. (Dw. lorg 15. progeny, offspring.)
Origin: North Uist
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous
bonnach-silidh’
sponge. This perhaps is an invented term.
Location: Harris, Scalpay
Category: Measgaichte / Miscellaneous

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