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cooinee commemorative, help; remember: Cooinee orrym, O my Yee Bible; shall remember: as cooinee ad orrym ayns cheeraghyn joarree Bible


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Cooinee-jee er Merriu yn Chied Chaggey Mooar Remember the World War One Dead

commemorative (adj.) cooinee

shall remember chooinys; cooinee: and they shall remember me in far countries - as cooinee ad orrym ayns cheeraghyn joarree Bible

cooinnee remember: Cooinee orrym, O my Yee Bible

doonagh church: Cooinee dy vreill oo'n Doonagh dy casherick. CS

ghra (dy); (to) say: Cooinee cre ta'n Noo Ean dy ghra CS

O Hiarn (voc.) O Lord: O Hiarn Yee, cooinee orrym Bible

orrym (=Ir. orm) on me: Cooinee orrym, O my Yee Bible; over me

remember (v.) cooinaghtyn: As near as I can remember - Cha mie as ta cooinaghtyn aym. DF idiom; cooinnee; aachooinaghtyn; cooinee: Remember her - Cooinnee urree. DF idiom; (interrog.) gooin: Do you remember? - Gooin lhiat? DF idiom

Remember the World War One Dead Cooinee-jee er Merriu yn Chied Chaggey Mooar

cossylagh medium: ta'n Ghailck doccaragh daue; shegin da ve kione mie cossylagh ec fer erbee dy ynsagh y Ghailck, as cooinee jee shoh Coraa

geay (=Ir., Sc.G. gaoth) (f.) pl. geayaghyn wind: O cooinee nagh vel my vea agh geay Bible; flatulence; windiness [O.Ir. dative gáith]

gra harrish rehearse, repeat: Agh cooinee er tra ta dooinney mee-rioosagh ny mee-chrauee gra harrish yn ayrn shoh jeh e Chrea, t'eh dy firrinagh goaill rish dy vel eh jerkal rish dy ve er ny stroie annym as corp. CS

loghtyn iniquities, transgressions, trespasses: O ny cooinee er peccaghyn as loghtyn my aegid Bible; debts: As leih dooin nyn loghtyn, myr ta shin leih dauesyn ta jannoo loghtyn nynoi. Bible; crimes, offences

marvaanys mortality: Cooinee er dty yerrey, faag void noidys; as smooinee er marvaanys as y baase, as freill ny annaghyn. Apoc; deadness

mychione about, concerning, on, re, regarding: Cooinee orrym, O my Yee, mychione shoh Bible; (point) touching: Nish mychione shirveish er ny nooghyn Bible

sheese lesh (intj) down the hatch; down with: Cooinee er cloan Edom, O Hiarn, ayns laa Yerusalem: kys dooyrt ad, Sheese lesh, sheese lesh, corrym rish y thalloo. Bible

sheeynt magh attenuated, distended; streched out: As cooinee, dy row hene dty harvaant ayns cheer Egypt, as dy dug y Chiarn dty Yee lesh oo magh veih shen, lesh laue niartal, as lesh roih sheeynt magh Bible

shenn earishyn (ny); (the) days of old: Cooinee er ny shenn earishyn, smooinee er bleeantyn ymmodee sheelogheyn Bible

smooinee (=Ir. smaoineamh, smaoinigh) See smooinnee consider, imagine, suppose: Cooinee er ny shenn earishyn, smooinee er bleeantyn ymmodee sheelogheyn Bible

smooinee er ponder; consider: Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations - Cooinee er ny shenn earishyn, smooinee er bleeantyn ymmodee sheelogheyn Bible

soaillaght (f.) idleness, indolence, slothfulness, sumptuousness: Son nagh jean foayr Yee oo y violagh gys litçheraght, cooinee dy vel soaillaght tilgey sleih ayns cadley trome CS

help cooinee; cooney lesh: He is only too glad to help you - Cha nel eh laccal ny smoo na dy chooney lhiat. DF idiom; couyr: He came to my help - Haink eh dy my chouyr. DF idiom; cooin: Help yourself - Cooin lhiat hene. DF idiom; (n.) cooney: He bawled for help - Dyllee eh son cooney. DF idiom; (n.) cooneyder

marvellous (adj.) yindyssagh: Remember his marvellous works that he hath done - Cooinee-jee er ny obbraghyn yindyssagh teh er nyannoo Bible; mirrilagh: Great and marvellous are thy works - Mooar as mirrilagh ta dty obbraghyn Bible

marvellous works (npl.) obbraghyn yindyssagh: Remember his marvellous works that he hath done - Cooinee-jee er ny obbraghyn yindyssagh teh er nyannoo Bible

tullagh1 (f.) 1 See tullogh instant, moment, second a: cooinee dy nee Jee hug y kerragh shoh ort, as foddee eh ayns y tullagh y chur ayns y stayd cheddin oo, ny gys yn oaie, fegooish y raaue graysoil v'ayd roie. CS; 2 little height, low hill, mound, tumulus

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