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carrick (f.) pl. carrickyn cliff, crag, rock, rockface, rock in the sea: ta mee er dty hoiaghey son toor as carrick mastey my phobble Bible; chancel; fortress, stronghold; citadel; fastness


Inexact matches:

Carrick Bay (n.) Baie ny Carrickey

Carrick Mews (n.) Close ny Carrickey

Carrick Creen Dry Sea Rock

Carrick Dhone Brown Rock

carrick d'ockle (f.) jaw-breaker

Carrick 'Eroosh (f.) Carrickfergus

Carrick Ghial Shining Crag

Carrick Lheeah Grey Rock

Carrick Mooinney Rock of the Shrubbery

Carrick Philip Philip's Rock

Carrick Roayrt Spring Tide Rock

Carrick Veg Little Rock

Carrick ny Colloo (f.) Chicken's Rock

Carrick ny Drommey Rock of the Ridge

Carrick ny Goagyn Rock of the Chasms

Carrick ny h'Eaynin Sea Rock of the Cliff

Carrick ny Keylliu Chicken's Rock

Carrick ny King Reef of the Headland

Carrick ny Kylliu (f.) Chicken's Rock

Carrick y Chiyt Rock of the Cat

Carrick y Cholloo Calf Rock

Carrick y Feeaih Rock of the Deer

Carrick y Kewley Kewley's Rock

Carrick yn Oaie Rock of the Grave

Carrick y Tonn Rock of the Wave

Carrick y Voddey Rock of the Dog

Chicken's Rock (n.) Carrick ny Colloo, Carrick ny Kylliu, Carrick ny Keylliu

Brown Rock (n.) Carrick Dhone

Carrickfergus (n.) Carrick 'Eroosh

chancel (n.) carrick; carree

citadel (n.) cashtal; carrick

jaw-breaker (n.) carrick d'ockle

Philip's Rock (n.) Carrick Philip

rockface (n.) carrick, eddin, sker

Shining Crag (n.) Carrick Ghial

Calf Rock (n.) Carrick y Cholloo

Dry Sea Rock (n.) Carrick Creen

fastness (n.) carrick; doon; dy beaynid

Kewley's Rock (n.) Carrick y Kewley

Rock (n.) Carrick, Clett, Creg; (The); (Yn) Charrick

rock in the sea (n.) carrick

Spring Tide Rock (n.) Carrick Roayrt

Close ny Carrickey Carrick Mews

Grey Rock (n.) Creg Glass, Creg Lheeah, Carrick Lheeah

Little Rock (n.) Creg Beg, Creg Veg, Carrick Veg

Reef of the Headland (n.) Carrick ny King

Rock of the Cat (n.) Carrick y Chiyt

Rock of the Chasms (n.) Carrick ny Goagyn

Rock of the Deer (n.) Carrick y Feeaih

Rock of the Dog (n.) Carrick y Voddey

Rock of the Grave (n.) Carrick yn Oaie

Rock of the Ridge (n.) Carrick ny Drommey

Rock of the Shrubbery (n.) Carrick Mooinney

Rock of the Wave (n.) Carrick y Tonn

Sea Rock of the Cliff (n.) Carrick ny h'Eaynin

stronghold (n.) doon; carrog; carrick; toor; ynnyd lajer

Baie ny Carrickey (f.) Carrick Bay, Gansey Bay, Bay of the Rock

brishtagh bankrupt, brittle; sharp: va carrick ard brishtagh er dagh cheu Bible

cliff (n.) carrick, hough; eaynin: He climbed down the cliff - Haink eh neose eddin yn eaynin. DF idiom

crag (n.) carrick; creg: Crag with no handhold - Creg gyn greimane. DF idiom; sker; fingan

rock1 (n.) carrick; creg: Thou art my rock and my fortress - She uss my chreg as my ghoon. JJK idiom; craa-chiaull; goayl; (v.) leaystey, loaganey

mooirlaig (f.) cobble, sea-worn stone: Chluin creggan as carrick, mooirlaig as mooyl, cronk as carnane. Coraa

mooyl (f.) cape, flat, mull: Chluin creggan as carrick, mooirlaig as mooyl, cronk as carnane. Coraa

fortress (n.) carrick: The fortress also shall cease from Ephraim - Bee yn charrick myrgeddin goit veih Ephraim Bible; rhaa; doon: Thou art my rock and my fortress - She uss my chreg as my ghoon. JJK idiom; toor: And the fortress of the high fort of thy walls shall he bring down - As troshid toor ard dty voallaghyn ver eh lesh sheese, Bible; cashtal: O Lord, my strength, and my fortress - O Hiarn my niart, as my chashtal lajer Bible and shall enter into the fortress of the king of the north - as hed eh stiagh ayns cashtal ree yn twoaie Bible

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