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Seanfhacal mu ghearradh ìnean., April 1977

Track ID : 12774

A saying about cutting nails. "Dihaoine gu call do chodach, 'S Didòmhnaich gu call do dhaoine, 'S cha tug am peacach truagh Ìne Diluain a-riamh dheth."

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Seanfhacal mu chomhairle., April 1977

Track ID : 12777

A proverb regarding advice. "Is iomadh duine a thug deagh chomhairle do dhuine eile, agus droch fhear dha fhèin."

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Seanfhacal: "Sùilean ghobhar an ceann nam fear a' dol a thad..., April 1977

Track ID : 12779

A proverb: "Sùilean ghobhar an ceann nam fear a' dol a thadhal nam ban."

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Seanfhacal: "Tagh nighean na deagh mhàthair ged a b' e an cù..., April 1977

Track ID : 12780

A proverb: "Tagh nighean na deagh mhàthair ged a b' e an cù a b' athair dhi."

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Seanfhacal: "Mìos Faoillich; trì latha Gearrain; seachdain s..., April 1977

Track ID : 12782

Proverb: "Mìos Faoillich; trì latha Gearrain; seachdain sguabaig - suas an t-Earrach."

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A saying about people from Derby., 1955

Track ID : 15905

A saying about people from Derby: "Strong in the arm, quick in the head."

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Comments on the ballad 'Lang Johnnie More'., 1952

Track ID : 10719

Comments on the ballad 'Lang Johnnie More'. John Strachan dismisses praise of his rendering of 'Lang Johnnie More' with the remark that it is "an awfu langamachie [rigmarole] o a thing".

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Seanfhacal: "Fuarag eòrna à sàil mo bhròig; am biadh a b' fh..., May 1953

Track ID : 5991

A proverb about brose eaten from a shoe. "Fuarag eòrna à sàil mo bhròig; am biadh a b' fheàrr a fhuair mi a-riamh." [Brose made from barley, eaten from my shoe; the best meal I ever had.]

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Seanfhacal Samhna:, 12 March 1953

Track ID : 8584

Halloween proverb: "Air Oidhche Shamhna canar gamhna ris na laoigh."

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Ochd tòimhseachain., 31 July 1953

Track ID : 5453

Eight Gaelic riddles. A riddle about a pot: "Diotalman, Dotalman, duine beag dubh, Trì chasan fòidhpe is bonaid de dh'fhiodh." A riddle about a splinter in a man's foot: "Chaidh mi don choille is...

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