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eeastagh (=Ir. iascach) angle, angling, fish, fishing: Ta mish son goll dy eeastagh Bible


Inexact matches:

Billey Eeastagh Fisheries Bill

eeastagh awiney river angling

eeastagh braddan salmon fishery

eeastagh brick mackerel fishing

eeastagh gimmee lobster fishing

eeastagh loghey lake fishing

eeastagh marrey sea angling, sea fishery

eeastagh slat rod fishing

awin y eeastagh seose (yn); (of angler) work

eeastagh lesh balk line fishing

eeastagh lesh rollian troll

eeastagh lesh slat troll

eeastagh lesh speinag troll

eeastagh lesh troal troll

eeastagh roagan beg queenie fishery

lhong ronsee eeastagh fisheries research ship

Rheynn Eirinys, Eeastagh as Keylljyn Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry: Ta'n emshyr vie er chur er Rheynn Eirinys, Eeastagh as Keylljyn y guirrlan-brick ec Skyll Maghal y ghooney. BS

Ynnyd Çhymmyltaght, Eeastagh as Sheanse Eirinys-marrey Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science

troll (v.) eeastagh lesh rollian, eeastaghey lesh rollian, eeastagh lesh slat, eeastaghey lesh slat, eeastagh lesh speinag, eeastaghey lesh speinag, eeastagh lesh troal, eeastaghey lesh troal; goaill arrane; (n.) rollian, speinag, troal, trollag

Fisheries Bill (n.) Billey Eeastagh

fishing eeastagh; eeasteyraght; eeasteyrys

lake fishing (v.) eeastagh loghey

lobster fishing eeastagh gimmee

rod fishing eeastagh slat

salmon fishery (n.) eeastagh braddan

sea angling eeastagh marrey

sea fishery (n.) eeastagh marrey

line fishing (v.) eeastagh lesh balk

mackerel fishing breckeraght; eeastagh brick

queenie fishery (n.) eeastagh roagan beg

river angling (v.) breckeragh; eeastagh awiney

sea fisheries (npl.) eeastagh-marrey

tickling doarn-eeastagh; kickilagh; kickley

work2 (v.) (of angler); (yn) awin y eeastagh seose

doarn-eeastagh tickling

eeastagh-marrey sea fisheries

angling breckeragh; eeastagh, eeastaghey; geeastaghey; eeastee

fisheries research ship (n.) lhong ronsee eeastagh

Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (n.) Ynnyd Çhymmyltaght, Eeastagh as Sheanse Eirinys-marrey

Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (n.) Rheynn Eirinys, Eeastagh as Keylljyn

angle1 (v.) breckaragh, eeastagh, eeastaghey; (n.) corneil: Cant off an angle - Corneil y veayllaghey. DF idiom; cruinney; ollaghan; uillin: Angle of twenty degrees - Uillin jeh feed cheim. DF idiom

coastal (adj.) faggys da'n clyst: Fishing in coastal waters - Eeastagh faggys da'n clyst. DF idiom; slystagh

fish1 (n.) eeast, yeeast: I couldn't get any fish - Cha dod mee geddyn eeast erbee. JJK idiom; (v.) eeastagh, eeastaghey; (n.) listan

salmon (n.) braddan: He played a salmon for two hours - Hug eh eeastagh da braddan rish daa oor. DF idiom

aahley fishery, fishing ground, marine habitat: As laa-ny-vairagh hie Juan gys yn eeastagh ayns y baatey beg echey, as tra v'eh er- jeet dys yn aahley-eeastee, cheau eh yn aker magh as ren eh yn chord shickyr Dhoor; (at sea) location

bockeeys lechery: Nane ennagh va er bockeeys, as veagh ad gra red ny ghaa nagh row eh lowal dy ve grait er yn cheayn, agh tra veagh yn eeastagh ec kione veagh ad gra focklyn feer ommijagh. Coraa; oestrum

eirinys agriculture, farming, farmwork: Ta ny Inshynee hene smooinaghtyn er'n jeeill nee eh da eeastagh, eirinys as turrysaght. Carn

gimmee lobsters: T'ad gra nagh vel baatyn eeastagh 'syn ynnyd shen agh ayns emshir aalin son gimmee as gimmee voirrey. Carn

guirrlan (f.) hatchery: Ta'n emshyr vie er chur er Rheynn Eirinys, Eeastagh as Keylljyn y guirrlan-brick ec Skyll Maghal y ghooney. BS

Skyll Maghal Maughold: Ta'n emshyr vie er chur er Rheynn Eirinys, Eeastagh as Keylljyn y guirrlan-brick ec Skyll Maghal y ghooney. BS

Sostynagh (=Ir. Sagsonagh, Sacsunach) English, Englishman, Englishwoman, Sassenach, Saxon: Ren shin eeastagh rish tammylt dy hraa, as hooar un Sostynagh kiare boaddee mooarey; v'eshyn yn ynrican dooinney 'sy vaatey ren tayrtyn eeast erbee. Coraa

turrysaght (f.) tourism: Ta ny Inshynee-hene smooinaghtyn er'n jeeill nee eh da eeastagh, eirinys as turrysaght. Carn

bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

free feaysley er, follym, seyrey; nastee: Fishing is free here - Ta eeastagh nastee ayns shoh. DF idiom; seyr: Free from worry - Seyr veih boirey. DF idiom; daaney; feoiltagh; seyrsnys: They themselves were free - Va seyrsnys oc hene. DF idiom

Goal (f.) Britain, Gaul: Cha nel eh cho doillee as v'eh dy chur er reiltys ny Goal yn eeastagh-skeddan y lhiettal ayns Mooir ny hErin. Carn; (person) Gaul; foreigner, lowlander

Reiltys Vannin Manx Government: va reiltys Vannin shirrey er reiltys ny Goal, eh dy lhiettal yn eeastagh-skeddan ayns Mooir ny hErin. Carn

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