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Broogh Bank, Brink

broogh (=Ir. bruach) (f.) pl. brooinyn bank, brae, brim, brink, brow, fringe, shoal: ec broogh ny hawin va ymmodee biljyn er y derrey heu, as er y cheu elley. Bible; (of river) edge; mound


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Broogh Aittin Gorse Bank

broogh awiney (f.) (n.) river bank, riverside

Broogh Bane White Bank

Broogh Boaldyn Maybank

broogh bodjallagh (f.) cloud bank

broogh boiddee (f.) cod bank

Broogh Coull Hazel Bank

broogh eeastee (f.) fishing bank

broogh geinnee (f.) sandbank on land

Broogh Grianagh Sunny Bank

Broogh Jiarg Red Brow

Broogh Jiass South Bank

broogh laaghey (f.) mud bank

Broogh Laurys Laurel Bank

Broogh Lhean Broad Bank

broogh lhean (f.) (on hill) bluff

Broogh Marrey Sea Bank

Broogh Ping Penny Bank

broogh rioee (f.) ice bank, ice pack

Broogh Sheear West Bank

Broogh Shiar East Bank

broogh shillee (f.) gravel bank

Broogh Shirrees Bank of Bellowing

broogh varrey (f.) sea bank

Broogh Vreeshey Bridget's Bank

Broogh Vrisht Broken Bank

Broogh Yiarg Red Bank

er broogh on the brink: ny hassoo er broogh ny hawin Bible

Broogh ny Awin, Riverbank

Broogh ny Dayllagh Bank of the Plain

Broogh ny Drineyn Thorn Bank

Broogh ny Eaynin Brow of the Precipice

Broogh ny Fannag Bank of the Crow

Broogh ny Hawin Bank of the River

broogh ny hawin bank of the river, brink of the river: hass ad liorish y maase elley er broogh ny hawin Bible

Broogh ny Kennipey Hemp Bank

Broogh ny Laaghey Muddy Bank

Broogh ny Neaynin Daisy Bank

Broogh ny Pishyragh Bank of the Peas

Broogh ny Roseyn Rosebank

Broogh ny Soo Bank of the Berries

Broogh y Dress Bramble Brae

Broogh y Toalt Bank of the Barn

Broogh y Vanc Bank Hill

Close Broogh ny Greiney Sunnybank Close

Magher y Broogh Bank Field

Raad Broogh y Traie Strand Road

Bank Broogh

bluff4 (n.) (on hill) broogh lhean

brae (n.) broogh; malin

Bridget's Bank (n.) Broogh Vreeshey

Brink (n.) Broogh

brink (n.) broogh: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom; oirr: which is by the brink of the river of Arnon - ta rish oirr awin Arnon Bible

Broad Bank (n.) Broogh Lhean

Broken Bank (n.) Broogh Vrisht

cloud bank (n.) broogh bodjallagh

cod bank (n.) broogh boiddee

East Bank (n.) Broogh Shiar

edge2 (n.) (of river) broogh

fishing bank (n.) broogh eeastee

Gorse Bank (n.) Broogh Aittin

gravel bank (n.) broogh shillee

Hazel Bank (n.) Broogh Coull

ice bank (n.) broogh rioee

Maybank (n.) Broogh Boaldyn

mud bank (n.) broogh laaghey

of war (gen.) caggee: On the verge of war - Er broogh caggee. DF idiom; chaggee: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom

on the brink er broogh: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom; er chee: He was on the brink of doing it - V'eh er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom

Penny Bank (n.) Broogh Ping

Red Bank (n.) Broogh Yiarg

Red Brow (n.) Broogh Jiarg

Rosebank (n.) Broogh ny Roseyn

Sea Bank (n.) Broogh Marrey

sea bank (n.) broogh varrey

South Bank (n.) Broogh Jiass

Sunny Bank (n.) Broogh Grianagh

West Bank (n.) Broogh Sheear

White Bank (n.) Broogh Bane

bank1 (n.) broogh: The river's bank - Broogh ny hawin. DF idiom; banc: We had a communication from the bank - Hooar shin screeuyn voish y vanc. DF idiom; thie-argid, thie argid; boghlane, brooghane, claddagh; (v.) carnane y yannoo, dellal rish y vanc; cleayney, leaystey

Bank of Bellowing (n.) Broogh Shirrees

Bramble Brae (n.) Broogh y Dress

Daisy Bank (n.) Broogh ny Neaynin

footlights (npl.) broogh-hoilshaghyn

Hemp Bank (n.) Broogh ny Kennipey

Muddy Bank (n.) Broogh ny Laaghey

riparian (adj.) broogh-hellooagh, broogh-hellooder

Riverbank (n.) Broogh ny Awin,; (Yn) Claddagh

river bank (n.) broogh awiney, claddagh

shoal1 broogh; skyoll; skyolley; thannee

Thorn Bank (n.) Broogh ny Drineyn

broogh-hellooagh riparian

broogh-hellooder riparian

broogh-hoilshaghyn footlights

Bank Field Magher y Broogh, Magher Brooee

Bank of the Barn (n.) Broogh y Toalt

Bank of the Berries (n.) Broogh ny Soo

Bank of the Crow (n.) Broogh ny Fannag

Bank of the Peas (n.) Broogh ny Pishyragh

Bank of the Plain (n.) Broogh ny Dayllagh

Bank of the River (n.) Broogh ny Hawin

bank of the river (n.) broogh ny hawin

brim (n.) broogh, oirr; (v.) lhieeney gys y veeal

brink of the river (n.) broogh ny hawin

Brow of the Precipice (n.) Broogh ny Eaynin

mound (n.) carn, carnane; cleigh, broogh; crongan; tullagh

sandbank on land (n.) broogh geinnee; carnane geinnee; sheebey

Strand Road (n.) Raad Broogh y Traie

Sunnybank Close (n.) Close Broogh ny Greiney

Bank Hill (n.) Broogh y Vanc, Cronkan y Vanc, Cronk y Vanc

fringe (n.) broogh, chemmal, fringe, frinje; (v.) cur chemmal er, cur frinje er

ice pack (n.) broogh rioee; poagey rio; rio goll lesh y troa; rio-phaggey

Laurel Bank (n.) Broogh Laurys, Balley ny Hawin, Cronk ny Keeilley

brow broogh; gruaie: Brow beaded with sweat - Gruaie bineenagh. DF idiom; malin; mollee

of the river (ny) hawin: upon the brink of the river - er broogh ny hawin Bible

riverside (n.) broogh awiney; oirr ny hawin; awiney: Riverside police - Poleenyn awiney. DF idiom

brack pl. brick trout: loo eh as vreear eh nagh d'aagagh eh broogh ny h- Awiney derrey veagh yn brack echey. Coraa; speckled: cheu chooylloo va cabbil ruy, brack as bane. Bible; brindle; spotted; streaked; bracket

camjeeragh zigzag: Eisht haink ny skyrtyn ooirey rish, as lhieu ny coanyn injil as glionteenyn foue, awinyn camjeeragh shliaw'nagh rish dagh broogh roie lesh nyn geeshyn gys yn aarkey yoogh PC

camjeeragh shliawinagh gently winding, meandering: awinyn camjeeragh shliaw'nagh rish dagh broogh roie lesh nyn geeshyn gys yn aarkey yoogh PC

glion (=Ir. gleann) (m., f.) pl. glionteenyn creek, glen, vale, valley: eisht cluinnee oo'n lhon kiaulleeaght bingys ayns dagh broogh as glion; yn kellagh ooasle gynsagh dooin kys ta yn oie goll shaghey PC

lhon (f.) (female) blackbird: eisht cluinnee oo'n lhon kiaulleeaght bingys ayns dagh broogh as glion PC

phadeyraght prophecy: Tra hug ee jerrey da'n phadeyraght, dooyrt ee roo dy row Isabel as nyn baitchey ayns Glion Eary ny Shee er broogh moaney Goirteintaoid, ayns Cronk y Voddee GB

by (prep.) liorish: And the Horites in their mount Seir, unto Elparan, which is by the wilderness - As ny Horiteyn ayns cronk Seir, gys Elparan, liorish yn aasagh. Bible; rish: and she laid it in the flags by the river's brink - as daag ee ehsy chlioagagh rish broogh ny hawin Bible; raad; dar

seose yn ughtagh uphill: ta'n raad yiarn roie ayns lhag lesh broogh ard er dagh cheu, myr shoh b'egin da'n cabbyl as y caart goll sheese y lhergagh er y derrey heu, as seose yn ughtagh er y cheu, elley. JG

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