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keyll (=Ir. coill, Sc.G. coille) (f.) pl. keylljyn forest, greenwood, grove, plantation, wood, wooded place: nee'm gastyrt keyll dty yallooyn veih ny mast' eu Bible [O.Ir. caill]


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jannoo keyll afforest, afforestation

Keyll Auckland Auckland Grove

Keyll Beih Birch Grove

Keyll Calmane Dove Dale

Keyll Cedar Cedar Grove

keyll chastan (f.) chestnut grove

keyll chiu (f.) crowded wood

Keyll Chullyn Holly Grove

Keyll Coull Hazel Wood

Keyll Cullyn Holly Grove

Keyll Cuphar Cypress Grove

Keyll Faih Beechwood

keyll faih (f.) beech grove

Keyll Farney Alder Grove

keyll gharree (f.) oak grove, plantation of oaks

Keyll Ghlass Green Wood

keyll lhiouanagh (f.) elm grove

keyll neuventit (f.) virgin forest

keyll phalm (f.) palm grove

Keyll Sheear Westwood

Keyll Tinvaal Tynwald Grove

Keyll Unjin Ash Grove

Keyll Vaddrell Madrell's Wood

keyll veg (f.) bosk, coppice, copse, shaw

keyll yuys (f.) pine wood, pine grove

Keyll Darree Library (n.) Lioarlann Cheyll Darree

Dreeym Keyll Faih Beechwood Rise

Keyll Alfred Teare Alfred Teare Grove

Keyll Balley Brooie Ballabrooie Grove

Keyll Cronk Souree Summerhill Grove

keyll gyn yiarrey (f.) primeval forest

keyll nagh hurr foyr (f.) virgin forest

Keyll ny Berrishyn Berry Woods Grove

keyll ny biljyn-cughlin conifer plantation

Keyll ny Cooilley Inglewood

Keyll ny Paitchyn Childrens Wood

Keyll Rheynn Keylleragh Wooded Division Wood

Keyll Strooan Unjin Ashbourne Grove

Keyll yn Alt Brookwood

Keyll yn Cosheraght Hill Foot Wood

Keyll y Ree Kingswood Grove

Keyll y Trooan Brookwood

Keyll y Vannor Manor Woods

Ruillick-faaie as Keyll-oanluckee Balley Corpagh Doolish Douglas Borough Lawn Cemetery and Woodland Area

Brookwood (n.) Keyll yn Alt, Keyll y Trooan

Holly Grove Keyll Cullyn, Keyll Chullyn

virgin forest (n.) faasagh keylley, keyll nagh hurr foyr, keyll neuventit

Alder Grove (n.) Keyll Farney

Ash Grove (n.) Keyll Unjin

Auckland Grove (n.) Keyll Auckland

beech grove (n.) keyll faih

Beechwood (n.) Keyll Faih

Birch Grove (n.) Keyll Beih

bosk (n.) keyll veg

Cedar Grove (n.) Keyll Cedar

chestnut grove (n.) keyll chastan

coppice (n.) keyll veg

copse (n.) keyll veg

crowded wood (n.) keyll chiu

Cypress Grove (n.) Keyll Cuphar

Dove Dale (n.) Keyll Calmane

elm grove (n.) keyll lhiouanagh

forest (n.) keyll: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom

Green Wood (n.) Keyll Ghlass

greenwood (n.) keyll

grove (n.) keyll

Hazel Wood (n.) Keyll Coull

Inglewood (n.) Keyll ny Cooilley

Madrell's Wood (n.) Keyll Vaddrell

palm grove (n.) keyll phalm

pine grove (n.) keyll yuys

pine wood (n.) keyll yuys

plantation (n.) garey biljagh, keyll

shaw (n.) keyll veg

Tynwald Grove (n.) Keyll Tinvaal

Westwood (n.) Keyll Sheear

wooded place (n.) keyll

afforestation (n.) cuirr biljyn, jannoo keyll

Ashbourne Grove (n.) Keyll Strooan Unjin

Ballabrooie Grove (n.) Keyll Balley Brooie

Beechwood Rise (n.) Dreeym Keyll Faih

cherry orchard (n.) keyll-hillish

Childrens Wood (n.) Keyll ny Paitchyn

conifer plantation (n.) keyll ny biljyn-cughlin

jungle (n.) doofyr; jungyl; keyll-ghloo

Kingswood Grove (n.) Keyll y Ree

Manor Woods (n.) Keyll y Vannor

oak grove (n.) darragh, keyll gharree

plantation of oaks (n.) keyll gharree

Summerhill Grove (n.) Keyll Cronk Souree

woodcraft (n.) keyll-oaylleeaght, shelgeyrys keylley

keyll-ghloo (f.) jungle

keyll-hillish (f.) cherry orchard

keyll-oaylleeaght (f.) woodcraft

afforest (v.) cuirr biljyn ayn, jannoo keyll

Alfred Teare Grove (n.) Keyll Alfred Teare

Berry Woods Grove (n.) Keyll ny Berrishyn

Hill Foot Wood (n.) Keyll yn Cosheraght

primeval forest (n.) bun-cheyll, keyll gyn yiarrey

Wooded Division Wood (n.) Keyll Rheynn Keylleragh

Lioarlann Cheyll Darree (f.) Keyll Darree Library

Douglas Borough Lawn Cemetery and Woodland Area (n.) Ruillick-faaie as Keyll-oanluckee Balley Corpagh Doolish

their (pron) nyn: They lost their way in a very dense forest - Chaill ad nyn raad ayns keyll feer dorraghey. JJK idiom; oc: They waste most of their time - T'ad jummal yn chooid smoo jeh'n traa oc. JJK idiom

Baal Baal: ren ad daue hene jallooyn grainnit eer daa lheiy, as hoie ad keyll, as hug ad ooashley da ooilley rollageyn yn aer, as hirveish ad Baal. Bible

Cheyll See keyll (Yn ); (The) Grove: Ta'n lion er jeet seose veih e cheyll, as ta stroider ny ashoonee er e raad ; t'eh er n'gholl magh veih e oayll dy yannoo dty heer ny hraartys Bible

gastyrt cut down, pluck: nee'm gastyrt keyll dty yallooyn veih ny mast' eu Bible

Jee ooilley niartal Almighty God: As ren Abraham keyll y hoiaghey ayns Beer-sheba, as ayns shen ren eh geamagh er ennym y chiarn, yn Jee ooilley niartal. Bible

Kor Round Hill: voish y logh enmyssit Hesca na appayze t'eh goll seose liorish Sicscetum dy jeeragh veih'n voayl enmyssit Munenyrzana liorish keyll enmyssit Kor as boayl enmyssit Leabba Aukonnlhay. Chron

magher messoil fruitful field: Derrey vees y Spyrryd er ny gheayrtey orrym veih'n yrjid, as dy bee yn aasagh magher messoil, as y magher messoil dy ve myr keyll. Bible

Munenyrzana Ravan Grass Thicket: voish y logh enmyssit Hesca na appayze t'eh goll seose liorish Sicscetum dy jeeragh veih'n voayl enmyssit Munenyrzana liorish keyll enmyssit Kor as boayl enmyssit Leabba Aukonnlhay. Chron

Skyal Sky Hill: haink eh syn oie gys y phurt enmyssit Rhumsaa, as dollee eh tree cheead deiney ayns keyll er liargagh y clieau ta enmyssit Skyal. Chron [Scand]

theiley lime: Hie ynnydyn elley er ronsaghey, ec Thalloo Souree as ec Keyll Theiley ayns Doolish, hie er ymmydey myr ynnyd shallidagh. BS

thicket (n.) croanane, garee; thammag: a ram caught in a thicket by his horns - rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible; keyll: The lion is come up from his thicket - Tan lion er jeet seose veih e cheyll Bible

wood1 (n.) aamaid; foiee; fuygh: Now put two or three pieces of wood on - Nish cur er ghaa ny tree peeshyn dy fuygh. JJK idiom; keyll: Don't lose yourself in the wood - Ny caill shiu-hene 'sy cheyll. JJK idiom; ros; magin

cummallyn housing, possessions, properties: nee thie Yacob cosney reesht ny cummallyn oc hene Bible; lodgings: hems stiagh ayns cummallyn ny ardjyn echey, as gys keyll e Charmel Bible; dwellings; habitations: as ghow ad ny cabbaneyn oc, as ny cummallyn vayns shen Bible

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