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Dreeym (Yn); (The) Ridge

dreeym (=Ir. Sc.G. drom) 1 back a: slat son dreeym yn ommydan Bible; 2 pl. dreeyminyn arch, camber, edge, fret; 3 down, hillside, ridge, saddle; 4 shed; 5 terrace [O.Ir. dative druimm]


Inexact matches:

Dreeym Bane White Ridge

Dreeym Beary Shieling Farm Ridge

dreeym braagey instep

Dreeym Bwee Yellow Ridge

dreeym caair chair back

dreeym choshey instep

Dreeym Connee Gorsy Ridge

Dreeym Daly Daly's Ridge

Dreeym Doo Black Ridge

Dreeym Freoaie Heather Ridge

dreeym geinnee dune

dreeym geyre arris

Dreeym Gorrym Blue Ridge

dreeym gorrym fieldfare

Dreeym Holby Colby Ridge

dreeym ingagh balk

dreeym jeeltagh saddleback

Dreeym Lang Long Ridge

Dreeym Langan Long Ridge

Dreeym Liauyr Long Ridge

Dreeym Mooar Dromore, Big Ridge

Dreeym Ruy Red Ridge

Dreeym Scarree Ridge of the Division

dreeym ushtey watershed

Dreeym Vane White Hoe; White Ridge

gyn dreeym backless

Snoggeyder dreeym-bane White-backed Woodpecker

tweet dreeym-glass olive-backed pipit

Cass yn Dreeym Foot of the Ridge

Croit Dreeym Langan Croft of the Long Ridge

Croit Dreeym y Coggyl Tare Ridge Croft

cur dreeym er camber

Dreeym Bayr Sloo Smallest Road Ridge

Dreeym Eary Dayl Shieling Glen Ridge

dreeym er oaie back to front

Dreeym Keyll Faih Beechwood Rise

Dreeym ny Cor Skeag Ridge of the Thorns

Dreeym ny Droghad Ridge of the Bridge

Dreeym ny Drughaig Ridge of the Dog Rose

Dreeym ny Geyll Ridge of the Springs

Dreeym ny Gill Ridge of the Ravine

Dreeym ny Liargagh Hill Slope Ridge

Dreeym ny Sheeig Small Stacks Ridge

Dreeym y Close Ridge of the Enclosure

Dreeym y Coggyl Ridge of the Tares

Dreeym y Gharee Ridge of the Waste Land

Dreeym y Shoggyl Ridge of the Rye

Dreeym y Sker Dreemskerry

sheeynt er y dreeym supine

yn-obbragh dreeym er ash reversible

Long Ridge (n.) Immyr Liauyr, Dreeym Liauyr, Dreeym Lang, Dreeym Langan

instep (n.) dreeym braagey, dreeym choshey

White Ridge (n.) Dreeym Vane, Dreeym Bane

camber (v.) cur dreeym er, cur dromman er; (n.) dreeym, dromman, druin, lhurrym

arris (n.) dreeym geyre

backless (adj.) gyn dreeym

Big Ridge (n.) Dreeym Mooar

Black Ridge (n.) Dreeym Doo

Blue Ridge (n.) Dreeym Gorrym

chair back (n.) dreeym caair

Colby Ridge (n.) Dreeym Holby

Daly's Ridge (n.) Dreeym Daly

Dreemskerry (n.) Dreeym y Sker

Dromore (n.) Dreeym Mooar

dune (n.) dreeym geinnee, mooiragh

Gorsy Ridge (n.) Dreeym Connee

Heather Ridge Dreeym Freoaie

Ridge2 (n.) (The); (Yn) Dreeym

saddleback (n.) dreeym jeeltagh

watershed (n.) dreeym ushtey

White Hoe (n.) Dreeym Vane

Yellow Ridge (n.) Dreeym Bwee

bareback (adj.) dreeym-rooisht; (adv.) gyn jeelt

barebacked (adj., adv.) dreeym-rooisht

Beechwood Rise (n.) Dreeym Keyll Faih

broad-backed (adj.) dreeym-lhean

endorsee (n.) dreeym-screeuagh

endorser (n.) dreeym-screeuder

hillside (n.) dreeym, lhargagh, slieau, ughtagh

human louse (n.) dreeym-lheeah

louse (n.) dreeym-lheeah, meeyl

olive-backed pipit (n.) tweet dreeym-glass

reversible yn-obbragh dreeym er ash

Shieling Farm Ridge (n.) Dreeym Beary

sirloin (n.) keyl-dreeym, keyl-ghrommey

vertebral (adj.) dreeym-juntagh; vertebragh

vertebrate (n., adj.) dreeym-juntagh; vertebragh

White-backed Woodpecker (n.) Snoggeyder dreeym-bane

dreeym-juntagh vertebral, vertebrate

dreeym-lhean broad-backed

dreeym-lheeah human louse, louse

dreeym-rooisht bareback, barebacked

dreeym-ry-ghreeym back to back

dreeym-screeu endorse

dreeym-screeuagh endorsee

dreeym-screeuder endorser

er-dreeym backwards

keyl-dreeym sirloin

back to back (prep.) dreeym-ry-ghreeym; thoyn-ry-hoyn

back to front (adv.) dreeym er oaie

Croft of the Long Ridge (n.) Croit Dreeym Langan

endorse (v.) cordail rish, cordail; dreeym-screeu; pohlldal

Foot of the Ridge (n.) Cass yn Dreeym

Hill Slope Ridge (n.) Dreeym ny Liargagh

Red Ridge (n.) Drommey Ruyagh, Dreeym Ruy

Ridge of the Bridge (n.) Dreeym ny Droghad

Ridge of the Division (n.) Dreeym Scarree

Ridge of the Dog Rose (n.) Dreeym ny Drughaig

Ridge of the Enclosure (n.) Dreeym y Close

Ridge of the Ravine (n.) Dreeym ny Gill

Ridge of the Rye (n.) Dreeym y Shoggyl

Ridge of the Springs (n.) Dreeym ny Geyll

Ridge of the Tares (n.) Dreeym y Coggyl

Ridge of the Thorns (n.) Dreeym ny Cor Skeag

Ridge of the Waste Land (n.) Dreeym y Gharee

Shieling Glen Ridge (n.) Dreeym Eary Dayl

Smallest Road Ridge (n.) Dreeym Bayr Sloo

Small Stacks Ridge (n.) Dreeym ny Sheeig

supine (adj.) mettey, sheeynt er y dreeym

Tare Ridge Croft (n.) Croit Dreeym y Coggyl

arch (n.) aae, arc, dreeym, droghad; (v.) cur aae er, jannoo aae jeh

balk1 (n.) bac, dreeym ingagh, immyr vane, ymmyr vane; (v.) jannoo lhiettrimys er

fieldfare (n.) dreeym gorrym; ushag y sniaghtee; ushag y traghtee

arkan sucking pig: Ta arkan er e dreeym. DF

fret cleeah; dreeym; lhoobag; farbaghey; goaill er: Don't fret - Ny gow ort. DF idiom; ornaidaghey

moon (n.) ben rein ny hoie, giallagh, goll sheear, ray, re; eayst: The moon is setting - Ta'n eayst goll er e dreeym. DF idiom; luan, lune

ridge dreeym, drommey, immyr, mullagh, rinn, sker; oirrag: Ridge of turnips - Oirrag napinyn. DF idiom; (v.) jannoo oirragyn, ooiraghey

saddle dreeym; jeelt: Come and see the horse, for the saddle of which I paid two guineas - Trooid as jeeagh y cabbyl son y jeelt echeysyn d'eeck mee daa phunt. JJK idiom; jeeltagh; jeeltal; jeeltey

stab saih: Stab in the back - Saih 'sy dreeym. DF idiom; seiy: Win victory with the first stab - Lesh y chied seiy dy chosney yn varriaght. DF idiom

terrace ardane: Victoria Terrace - Ardane Varriaght. DF idiom; (n.) dreeym, strane; (v.) cur ayns ardaneyn

e cheilley fellow: Va dagh derrey feysht echey orrym er dreeym e cheilley. DF

far-voalley partition: Va Mnr Jones ny lhie er y dreeym echey, jeeaghyn er y far-voalley lesh sooillyn lhean, blakey. SF

kip (f.) pl. kippyn 1 blocks, trunks; 2 whip a: Ta kip son y chabbyl, streean son yn assyl, as slat son dreeym yn ommydan Bible

scutchal flagellate, stripes: Ta kerraghey kiarit son ny craidoilee as scutchal son dreeym ny mee cheeayllee Bible

back1 cooyllagh, dreeym, ergooyl, back; (v.) cur niart da; er-ash: We shall soon be back again - Beemayd dy-leah er-ash. JJK idiom; cooyl: I met your brother at the back of the church - Haink mee ny whail dty vraar cooyl y cheeill. JJK idiom

backwards (adv.) cooyl-y-choshey; er-ash; er-dreeym: She is going backwards - T'ee goll er e dreeym. DF idiom; ergooyl: To take a step backwards - Dy ghoaill kesmayd ergooyl. DF idiom; gour y drommey: He is going backwards - T'eh goll gour-e-ghrommey. DF idiom

down (n.) clooie: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom; branchlooie, clooie chayt, fynney; cloonagh; dreeym; dooagh; (adj.) neose: Down to recent times - Neose gys y traa t'ayn jiu. DF idiom; sheese: Down the river - Sheese yn awin. DF idiom; (static) heese: Her hair is down - Ta'n folt eck heese. DF idiom

edge1 (v.) cur beeal er; cur oirr er; geyraghey; giarrey ny h-oiryn jeh; (n.) cor; dreeym; chemmal; foyr: with the edge of the sword - lesh foyr yn chliwe Bible; oirr: in the edge of the wilderness - rish oirr yn aasagh Bible; scain; slyst: in the edge of the land of Edom - er slyst cheer Edom Bible

fools (npl.) ommidanyn; ommydanyn: thou shalt be as one of the fools in Israel - bee oo myr fer jeh ny ommydanyn scammyltagh ayns Israel Bible; mee-cheeayllee: Judgments are prepared for scorners, and stripes for the back of fools - Ta kerraghey kiarit son ny craidoilee as scutchal son dreeym ny mee cheeayllee Bible

shed (n.) bwaag; bwaane: Lean-to shed - Bwaane rish boalley. DF idiom; dreeym; (v.) shilley; shill, shillit; skah; skahit, skaht, tilgit; deayrt; gheayrt: And shed innocent blood - As gheayrt ad yn uill gyn loght; deayrtey: For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood - Son ta ny cassyn oc roie gys olk, as jannoo siyr gys deayrtey folley Bible

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