brown1 dhoan; dhone: The baker bakes brown bread, white bread, cakes, buns, bunloaf - Ta'n fuinneyder fuinney arran-dhone, arran bane, berreenyn, bonnagyn, buncurran. JJK idiom; doan; fynn-ruy; ruyghey, dhoanaghey
breck (f.) 1 brown trout, trout; 2 (adj.) brindle, dapple-grey, dotty, medley, piebald, pied, speckle, spot, spotty, tartan; 3 chequered, dotted, mottled, spotted, pocked, speckled, trout-coloured, variegated a: scarrey veih my-chielley ooilley yn maase breck as spottagh Bible
co-choyrle (f.) concert; conference, consultation, council: Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed, Tony Brown, t'eh ayns Canada dy ghoaill ayrn ayns co-choyrle Loayreyderyn as Offishearyn Gurneilagh y Cho-unnaneys Goaldagh. BS
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