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broo bruise: as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn Bible; cram, crunch, crush, grind, press, push, ring, squash; bruising, pounding; contusion, pressure; buzz


Inexact matches:

broo magh crowd out, struggle out

broo mooie external pressure

broo neose impress

broo seose push up

broo sheese depress, press down

broo stiagh press in, push in, struggle in

broo er oai push forward

broo stiagh ayns kione inculcate

killagh broo ard hyperbaric chamber

buzz1 (n.) cronnane, sheean, skianys; (v.) jannoo cronnane, jean cronnane, thassaney; broo: Buzz the bell - Broo yn clag. DF idiom

bruise (n.) boayl gorrym; (v.) broojey; (n., v.) broo: it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. - nee eshyn y kione ayds y vroo, as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn Bible

contusion (n.) broo

external pressure (n.) broo mooie

pounding broo; bwoailtagh; tratnagh

struggle in (v.) broo stiagh

struggle out (v.) broo magh

bruising (n.) broo; broojeydys; buill ghorrym

press-forged broo-ghaauenit

pressure cooker (n.) broo-aarleyder, broo-choageyder

pressure feed (n.) broo-beagheyder

pressure gauge (n.) broo-veih

ring bingys, clinc, rhollan; (v.) cur fainey er, cur stroineen er, clinck, craa, clinckal, clinckeragh, glingal; broo: Ring the doorbell - Broo yn claggan. DF idiom; bwoalley: Ring the bell - Bwoaill yn clag. DF idiom; crie: Ring the bell - Crie yn kiaullane. DF idiom; (n.) bwoaillee, croa, fainney, kiarkyl, loop, paal, scoodyn; fainey: He pledged the ring - Hug eh yn ainey myr raane. DF idiom

tyre gauge (n.) broo-veih

broo-aarleyder pressure cooker

broo-beagheyder pressure feed

broo-choageyder pressure cooker

broo-folley blood pressure

broo-ghaauenit press-forged

broo-ushtey water pressure

broo-veih pressure gauge, tyre gauge

blood pressure1 (n.) broo-folley, trimmid folley

cram (v.) broo, broojey, jingey, pronney, pulgey; lhieeney

crowd out (v.) broo magh, jingey magh, lhieeney magh

crunch broo; broojey; cranshal; craunsh; craunshal; scranshal

hyperbaric chamber (n.) killag-hraastee; killagh broo ard

impress (v.) broo neose, cur neose er; (n.) ynnyd cowrey

press down (v.) broo sheese, broojey sheese

push in (v.) broo stiagh, broojey stiagh, seiy stiagh

push up broo seose; broojey seose; seiy seose

inculcate (v.) broo stiagh ayns kione, cur smooinaght ayns kione

press in (v.) broo stiagh, broojey stiagh, chionney stiagh, jingey stiagh

push forward (v.) broo er oai, ooillian, seiy er oai, seiy er oaie

water pressure broo-ushtey; chionnid ushtey; traastey ushtey; trimmid ushtey

claggan (=Ir. clagan) Canterbury bell; clapper; electric bell: Broo yn claggan. DF

echeysyn (emph.) his, its: as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn. Bible

tasteraght thresh: nee oo tasteraght ny sleityn, as broo ad dy myn Bible

depress (v.) broo sheese, broojey sheese, ceau sheese, cur ass cree, cur sheese, injillaghey, lhaggaghey, tilgey sheese

grind beihll, bleih, broo; cur foyr er, blieh, ceau carr ass; jeesternee; scranshal; shleeu; jibbag; (to); (dy) vlieh

olives (npl.) oliveyn: thou shalt tread the olives - nee oo broo ny oliveyn Bible

press broo, chionney; broojey; chennid; chionney er; craishtey; faastan; greesaghey; jingey; lhiannaghey; preays, preis, preish; preaysal; pronney; traastey; (n.) saagh

pressure broo; chennar; preays: To work at high pressure - Dy obbraghey fo ard phreays. DF idiom; trimmid

push broo; broojey; eab; puhttey; seiy: Don't push me - Ny seiy mee. JJK idiom; snuggal; puttagh

squash broo; broojey; goord; milljag, sooslag; squash: Playing squash - Cloie squash. DF idiom

claigin (=Ir. cloigeann, S.G. claiginn) 1 cranium, pate, skull; 2 scalp a: Nee Jee broo kione e noidyn: as claigin renaigagh lheid y fer as ta goll kinjagh er e hoshiaght ayns e vee-chraueeaght. Bible; 3 (of head) dome; 4 (of pipe) bowl

dy myn small: nee'm oo y yannoo myr greïe noa gyere-feeacklagh, ry-hoi tasteraght: as nee oo tasteraght ny sleityn, as broo ad dy myn, as nee oo ny croink myr coau. Bible

oliveyn olives: nee oo broo ny oliveyn, agh cha jean oo oo-hene y ooilaghey lesh ooil Bible

renaigagh hairy, piliferous: Nee Jee broo kione e noidyn: as claigin renaigagh lheid y fer as ta goll kinjagh er e hoshiaght ayns e vee-chraueeaght. Bible; furry

stubble stubble: Jean oo broo duillag ta eiyrit noon as noal? as jed oo geiyrt er y stubble chirrym? Bible

crush1 broo: He will crush the head of the serpent - Nee eh kione yn ardnieu y vroo. DF idiom; broojey; caagh: He has a crush on her - T'eh caagh urree. DF idiom; creujaghey; creujey; jing: Please crush up a little - Jing-jee seose red beg my sailliu. DF idiom; jingey; (to); (dy) vroo

vroo See broo (dy); (to) crush: teh er humney shiartanse vooar m, dy vroo my gheiney aegey Bible; bruised: son ayns e aegid lhie ad maree, as vroo ad keeaghyn e moidynys, as ren ad maarderys cadjin r'ee. Bible; stamped: as vroo eh eh cha meein as joan Bible; wounded: as vroo ad eshyn myrgeddin Bible

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