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blind1 dallaghey, doallaghey; doal: Is his son quite blind? - Vel e vac dy-slane doal? JJK idiom; doalley, dolley; kyragh

blind2 (n.) (hiding place) follaght

blind3 (of turning) follit

blind4 (of the intellect) doalleraght

blind5 (n.) (on window) doallan


Inexact matches:

blind alley (n.) close kyagh

blind corner (n.) corneil chyagh

blind men (npl.) doail

blind storey (n.) lout kyagh

blind women (npl.) mraane ghoaley

roller blind (n.) doallan rollianagh

Venetian blind (n.) doalan slatt, doalan slattagh

home for the blind (n.) thie ny doail

Manx Blind Welfare Society (n.) Sheshaght Lhiass Doail Vannin

Royal National College for the Blind (n.) Colleish Ashoonagh Reeoil son ny Doail

close kyagh blind alley

corneil chyagh (f.) blind corner

doalan slatt Venetian blind

doalan slattagh Venetian blind

doallaghey blind, blinding

doallan (on window) blind

doallan rollianagh roller blind

kyragh blind

lout kyagh blind storey

mraane ghoaley (f.) blind women

colour-blind (adj.) daah-ghoal

day-blind doal 'sy laa

half-blind lieh chyagh; lieh-ghoal

sand-blind (adj.) geuhooillagh

snow-blind doal ec yn snaightey

stone-blind (adj.) slane doal

sun-blind doallan greiney

daah-ghoal colour-blind

doallan greiney sun-blind

doalleraght (f.) (of the intellect) blind; blindness, dullness, stupidity

doal 'sy laa day-blind

geuhooillagh sand-blind

lieh chyagh half-blind

lieh-ghoal dim-sighted, half-blind, purblind

dallaghey befog, blind, daze, dazzle; (as light) glare

doal ec yn snaightey snow-blind

Sheshaght Lhiass Doail Vannin (f.) Manx Blind Welfare Society

thie ny doail home for the blind

alley (n.) alley; close: Blind alley - Close kyagh. DF idiom

Colleish Ashoonagh Reeoil son ny Doail Royal National College for the Blind

doail blind men: ver-ym lhiam ny doail er raad nagh bione daue Bible

doalley blind, blinding: son ta'n gioot doalley sooillyn y tushtey Bible

bat1 (n.) bad, maidjey; (v.) baddal; (n.) craitnag: He is as blind as a bat - T'eh cha kyagh as craitnag. DF idiom

occupation (n.) aght baghee, aght-beaghee, keird; cummaltys: Army of occupation - Armee cummaltys. DF idiom; staartey: Blind alley occupation - Staartey nagh vel bishagh ayn. DF idiom

son (n.) mac: I didn't think your son was so tall - Cha ren mee smooinaghtyn dy row nyn mac cha liauyr. JJK idiom; vac: Is his son quite blind? - Vel e vac dy-slane doal? JJK idiom

doal (=Ir. dall) pl. doail blind, sightless, unseeing: my ta'n doal shooyll kione y doal Bible

dolley 1 blind, blot out, blur, deface a: nee eh dolley ad ass lesh yn ushtey sharroo Bible; 2 (on character) blot; 3 lack: as ersyn haggil cooid y veggan, cha row dolley Bible; 4 defacement, erasure

follaght (f.) hiding place; (hiding place) blind; (v.) hideth: Ta'n dooinney liastey follaght e laue 'sy oghrish Bible

follit (=Ir. folaithe) (of turning) blind; bottled up, clandestine, classified, concealed, covert, cryptic, hidden, hush-hush, latent, private, private and confidential, secret, secreted, underground, veiled: ny gow uss ayrn 'sy choyrle follit oc Bible; untold

couldn't cha dod: I couldn't get any fish - Cha dod mee geddyn eeast erbee. JJK idiom; cha jarg: You couldn't sell your loss - Cha jarg oo dty choayl y chreck. DF idiom; cha noddagh; nagh voddagh: So we see that they could not enter in - Myr shen hee mayd nagh voddagh ad goll stiagh Bible; (interrog.) nagh noddagh, nagh voddagh: Could not this man, which opened the eyes of the blind, have caused that even this man should not have died? Nagh voddagh yn dooinney shoh, ren fosley sooillyn ny doail, ver lhiettal baase y dooinney shoh?

miserable (adj.) boght, doolagh, kercheenagh, lhag-chreeagh, meevaynrey, neughennal, neuvaynrey, trimshagh, trome-chreeagh, truanagh; treih: knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked - cha vel oo goaill hood hene dy vel oo treih, as seaghnit, as boght, as doal, as rooisht. Bible

scurvy (n.) brooan, brooan marrey, carragh, gorley carragh; taghys-chirrym: Or crookbackt, or a dwarf, or that hath a blemish in his eye, or be scurvy, or scabbed - Ny fer cruittagh, ny fer faase, ny fer cam-hooillagh, ny ta fo taghys-chirrym ny screbbagh Bible; brogan: Blind, or broken, or maimed, or having a wen, or scurvy, or scabbed - Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane, ny brogan, ny screb Bible

slane doal stone-blind: As er hoh eh-hene jiu, beggan bouyr, slane doal, agh gennal erskyn towse as lane dy chenjallys; ayns tammylt beg bee eh keead as tree bleeaney dy eash. Coraa

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