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Gaelic Gàidhlig

Bogsagadh na combaist

[Eilidh NicLeòid] Ma tha thu nad do sheòladair, feumaidh tu a bhith fuireachail mun t-sìde agus a’ cheart cho fuireachail mu cà’ bheil thu. Anns na seann làithean, bha gach maraiche ag ionnsachadh bogsagadh na combaist mar a bh’ aca air.

[Calum MacIlleathain] Tha puingean na combaist air an dèanamh an-àirde le ceumannan agus tha aon-deug agus cairteal de chòrr a thaobh còrr tomhais degree anns a h-uile puing agus tha dhà-dheug air fhichead ann. ‘S tha iad a’ ruith rudeigin mar seo: Tuath ‘s a bhith an Ear; Tuath ‘s an Ear-thuath; An Ear-thuath ‘s a bhith tuath; An Ear-thuath; An Ear-thuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; An Ear ‘s an Ear-thuath; An Ear ‘s a bhith tuath; An Ear; An Ear ‘s a bhith Deas; An Ear ‘s an Earra-dheas; An Earra-dheas ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; An Earra-dheas; An Earra-dheas ‘s a bhith Deas; Deas ‘s an Earra-dheas; Deas ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; Deas; Deas ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; Deas ‘s an Iar-dheis; An Iar-dheas ‘s a bhith Deas; An Iar-dheas; An Iar-dheas ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; An Iar ‘s an Iar-dheas; An Iar ‘s a bhith Deas; An Iar; An Iar ‘s a bhith Tuath; An Iar ‘s an Iar-tuath; An Iar-thuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; An Iar-thuath; An Iar-thuath ‘s a bhith tuath; Tuath ‘s an Iar-thuath; Tuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; Tuath.

Chaidh am prògram seo, Beul Chainnt, a chraoladh an toiseach ann an 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English Beurla

Boxing the compass

[Eilidh NicLeòid] If you are a sailor, you must be aware iof the weather and just as aware of where you are. In the olden days, each sailor learnt to box the compass as they called it.

[Calum MacIlleathain] The points of the compass are made up with stages and there are 11 ¼ degrees in the unit of measurement degree in each point and there are 32 of them. And they go something like this: North by east, North-northeast, Northeast by north, Northeast, Northeast by east, East-northeast, East by north, East, East by south, East-southeast, Southeast by east, Southeast, Southeast by south, South-southeast, South by east, South, South by west, South-southwest, Southwest by south, Southwest, Southwest by west, West-southwest, West by south, West, West by north, West-northwest, Northwest by west, Northwest, Northwest by north, North-northwest, North by west, North.

This programme, Beul Chainnt, was first broadcast in 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gaelic Gàidhlig

Bogsagadh na combaist

[Eilidh NicLeòid] Ma tha thu nad do sheòladair, feumaidh tu a bhith fuireachail mun t-sìde agus a’ cheart cho fuireachail mu cà’ bheil thu. Anns na seann làithean, bha gach maraiche ag ionnsachadh bogsagadh na combaist mar a bh’ aca air.

[Calum MacIlleathain] Tha puingean na combaist air an dèanamh an-àirde le ceumannan agus tha aon-deug agus cairteal de chòrr a thaobh còrr tomhais degree anns a h-uile puing agus tha dhà-dheug air fhichead ann. ‘S tha iad a’ ruith rudeigin mar seo: Tuath ‘s a bhith an Ear; Tuath ‘s an Ear-thuath; An Ear-thuath ‘s a bhith tuath; An Ear-thuath; An Ear-thuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; An Ear ‘s an Ear-thuath; An Ear ‘s a bhith tuath; An Ear; An Ear ‘s a bhith Deas; An Ear ‘s an Earra-dheas; An Earra-dheas ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; An Earra-dheas; An Earra-dheas ‘s a bhith Deas; Deas ‘s an Earra-dheas; Deas ‘s a bhith ‘n Ear; Deas; Deas ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; Deas ‘s an Iar-dheis; An Iar-dheas ‘s a bhith Deas; An Iar-dheas; An Iar-dheas ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; An Iar ‘s an Iar-dheas; An Iar ‘s a bhith Deas; An Iar; An Iar ‘s a bhith Tuath; An Iar ‘s an Iar-tuath; An Iar-thuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; An Iar-thuath; An Iar-thuath ‘s a bhith tuath; Tuath ‘s an Iar-thuath; Tuath ‘s a bhith ‘n Iar; Tuath.

Chaidh am prògram seo, Beul Chainnt, a chraoladh an toiseach ann an 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English Beurla

Boxing the compass

[Eilidh NicLeòid] If you are a sailor, you must be aware iof the weather and just as aware of where you are. In the olden days, each sailor learnt to box the compass as they called it.

[Calum MacIlleathain] The points of the compass are made up with stages and there are 11 ¼ degrees in the unit of measurement degree in each point and there are 32 of them. And they go something like this: North by east, North-northeast, Northeast by north, Northeast, Northeast by east, East-northeast, East by north, East, East by south, East-southeast, Southeast by east, Southeast, Southeast by south, South-southeast, South by east, South, South by west, South-southwest, Southwest by south, Southwest, Southwest by west, West-southwest, West by south, West, West by north, West-northwest, Northwest by west, Northwest, Northwest by north, North-northwest, North by west, North.

This programme, Beul Chainnt, was first broadcast in 2002.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Show English

fuireachail - observant

bogsagadh na combaist - boxing the compass