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lhag baggy, easy fitting; depressed, dim, faltering, feeble, flaccid, flagging, frail in health, ineffective: Ny lhig da dty laueyn ve lhag. Bible; infirm; (n.) dent, hollow


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chengey lhag (f.) tell-tale

Lhag Birragh Pointed Hollow

Lhag Blaa Flowery Hollow

lhag boglee moss hag

Lhag Bwoaillee Fold Hollow

Lhag Darragh Oak Hollow

Lhag Dhoo Black Hollow

Lhag Doo Black Hollow

Lhag Ghlass Green Hollow

lhag greeish staircase

Lhag Skinner Skinner's Hollow

lhag sollan salt pan

Lhag Vane White Hollow

Lhag Vollagh Rough Hollow

Lhag Vooar Big Hollow

Lhag Woaillee Fold Hollow

smeggin lhag retreating chin

tey lhag weak tea

Close Lhag Ooylagh Appledean Court

cur lhag ayn dent

cur lhag chreeaght er unnerve

jeh lhag stayd impotent

Lhag Balley Keigh McKie's Farm Hollow

Lhag ny Glagh Stony Hollow

Lhag ny Killey Church Hollow

Lhag ny Moddey Dogs' Hollow

Lhag ny Mullag Hollow of the Cask

Lhag ny Voillan Gulls Hollow

Lhag Woaillee Kermeen Kermeen's Fold Hollow

Lhag y Lieen Flax Hollow

Lhag y Sheel Seed Hollow

Lhag y Voddey Dog's Hollow

Black Hollow (n.) Lhag Doo, Lhag Dhoo

dent (v.) cur lhag ayn; (n.) lhag

Fold Hollow (n.) Lhag Woaillee, Lhag Bwoaillee, Lag Bwoaillee

lhag-haghyrt (bad) accident; misadventure, mischance, mishap; ill fortune; mischief: Hig lhag-haghyrt er lhag-haghyrt, as naightyn trome er naightyn trome ; eisht nee ad shirrey son ashlish yn adeyr Bible

hig shall come: Hig lhag-haghyrt er lhag-haghyrt Bible

baggy (adj.) lhag; poagagh

cast down (v.) lhieggal, lheiggal; tilgit sheese; tilgey sheese; lhag-chreeagh: He is cast down - T'eh lhag-chreeagh. DF idiom

easy fitting lhag

faltering lhag; lhoobagh

flaccid (adj.) lhag

flagging lhag; lhaggaghey

Flowery Hollow (n.) Lhag Blaa

frail in health (adj.) lhag

moss hag (n.) lhag boglee

Pointed Hollow (n.) Lhag Birragh

retreating chin (n.) smeggin lhag

salt pan (n.) lhag sollan

Skinner's Hollow (n.) Lhag Skinner

staircase (n.) greeishyn, lhag greeish

weak tea (n.) tey lhag

lhag-chreeagh depressed, despondent, dispirited, down-hearted, faint-hearted, miserable, downhearted: v'ad lhag-chreeagh as ny haart Bible; cast down

lhag-haghyrtagh accidental, misfortunate: As cha row ny aileyn shoh jeant dy lhag-haghyrtagh noadyr. Carn

accident2 (n.) (bad) lhag-haghyrt

Appledean Court (n.) Close Lhag Ooylagh

asthenia (n.) lhag-laynt

deficient (adj.) failleilagh, laccal, lhag-inchynagh

dense2 (of mind) lhag-inchynagh; ommidagh

desolation2 (n.) (of persons) lhag-chreeys, treihys

despondent (adj.) lhag-chreeagh, sou-aignagh

dim-sighted (adj.) lhag-hooillagh, lieh-ghoal

dispirited lhag-chreeagh

Dog's Hollow (n.) Lhag y Voddey

Dogs' Hollow (n.) Lhag ny Moddey

downhearted (adj.) lhag-chreeagh, tilgit sheese

down-hearted lhag-chreeagh, tilgit sheese

dozy (adj.) lhag-inchynagh, saveenagh

dyspepsia (n.) lhag-ghaillagh

dyspeptic (n., adj.) lhag-ghaillagh

faint-heartedness (n.) lhag-chreeys, lhaggid-chree

Flax Hollow (n.) Lhag y Lieen

frail health (n.) lhag-laynt

Gulls Hollow (n.) Lhag ny Voillan

harebrained (adj.) lhag-cheayllagh

ill fortune (n.) lag-haghyrt, lhag-haghyrt

indifferent health (n.) lhag-laynt

low pressure (n.) lhag-vrooit

misadventure (n.) drogh erree, lhag-haghyrt

mischance (n.) drogh-haghyrt, lhag-haghyrt

mishap (n.) lhag-haghyrt

overweak ro-lhag

poor-spirited (adj.) lhag-vreeagh

pusillanimous (adj.) lambaanagh; lhag-spyrrydoil

Seed Hollow (n.) Lhag y Sheel

unenterprising lhag-chooishagh; neu-ghaaney

unnerve (v.) cur lhag chreeaght er

weak stomached lhag-ghaillagh

heose-lhag dissolve

lhag-cheayllagh harebrained

lhag-chooishagh unenterprising

lhag-chreeys dejection, depression, despond, faint-heartedness; faintheartedness; (of persons) desolation

lhag-ghaillagh dyspepsia, dyspeptic, weak stomached

lhag-hooillagh dim-sighted

lhag-hreishteil (f.) despair

lhag-hushtagh nutcase; void of understanding: Ta'n dooinney lhag-hushtagh coyrt e laue, as t'eh goll raane fenish e charrey. Bible

lhag-inchynagh deficient, dozy, feeble-minded; (of mind) dense

lhag-laynt (f.) asthenia, frail health, indifferent health: Colin Dawson, y cleragh t'er nobbraghey da Barrantee Valley Chashtal rish bleeantyn dy liooar, nee eh girree ass e chiartey kyndagh rish lhag-laynt, ec jerrey ny bleeaney. BS

lhag-layntagh unwell

lhag-spyrrydoil pusillanimous

lhag-spyrrydoilaght (f.) pusillanimity

lhag-stayd (f.) impotence

lhag-vaarney chasm

lhag-vreeagh poor-spirited

lhag-vrooit low pressure

ro-lhag overweak

Big Hollow (n.) Lhaggan Vooar, Lhag Vooar, Lhaggagh Vooar

chasm (n.) charvaal, skaur, skort, lhag-vaarney, folmid

Church Hollow (n.) Lhag ny Killey, Lag Keeill

dejection (n.) groamid; grouwid; lhag-chreeys; sou-aigney; trommys

faint-hearted (adj.) faase-chreeagh; lhag-chreeagh, lhagchreeagh; mettey

faintheartedness (n.) faasid chree, lhag-chreeys, lhaggid-chree

feeble-minded lhag-inchynagh; moal 'sy chione

Green Hollow (n.) Lhaggagh Ghlass, Lhag Ghlass

Hollow of the Cask (n.) Lhag ny Mullag

impotence (n.) lhag-stayd, lhaggid bree, neuvree

ineffective (adj.) gyn vree, lhag, neufondagh, neuobbragh, neuvreeoil

Kermeen's Fold Hollow (n.) Lhag Woaillee Kermeen

McKie's Farm Hollow (n.) Lhag Balley Keigh

Oak Hollow (n.) Lag ny Darragh, Lhag Darragh

pusillanimity (n.) lambaanid, lambaanys, lhag-spyrrydoilaght, metteys

Rough Hollow (n.) Lhag Vollagh, Laggey Vollagh

Stony Hollow (n.) Lhag ny Glagh, Coan Claghagh

tell-tale chengey lhag; cleaysh chooag; inshagh

unwell (adj.) aslayntagh, ching, doghanagh, lhag-layntagh, lhaglayntagh

White Hollow (n.) Lhag Vane, Coan Bane, Lag Bane

accidental (adj.) drogh-haghyrtagh, lhag-haghyrtagh, taghyrtagh, tuittymagh, trooid tuittymys

depressed injil; lhag; lhag-chreeagh; meayll; merginagh; muc ghoo er

despond (v.) cheet dy ve souaignagh; (n.) lhag-chreeys, sou-aigney

dim (v.) cur kay er, jannoo dullyr, lhaggaghey; (adj.) dullyr, dullyragh, lhag, moal

infirm (adj.) asslayntagh; corragh; lag-layntagh; neufondagh; neuhickyr; giare-heihllagh; annoon; lhag; faase

misfortunate (adj.) anraahagh, anraahoil, arkyssagh, drogh-haghyrtagh, lhag-haghyrtagh, neuchoanagh

nutcase (n.) fer y veggan cheeaylley; lhag-hushtagh; ommidan

despair dooghid; drogh-hreihys; lhag-hreishteil; meehreishteil: I despair of it - T'eh cur meehreisteil orrym. DF idiom

feeble (adj.) anlheiltagh: His mother is very feeble - Ta'n voir echey feer anlheiltagh. JJK idiom; annoon, faase, gyn vree, lhag, moal, treih

mischief (n.) assee, condraght, donnys, mitchooraght, mitchoorys, olk, olkys, skielley; lhag-haghyrt

aasmooinaght (f.) afterthought, reflection: Aasmooinaght - Ny jean-jee jarrood y thurrys dys Lhag ny Keilley. GB

ass reayrt out of sight: Ta lane sooill-vie ry-gheddyn ass reayrt y lhag heese ayns shen. LTQ

lag See lhag ill, loose, slack, weak: Ta lag ghailley echey. DF; (n.) pl. lig pit

lheïe ersooyl melt away: shen-y-fa ren creeaghyn y pobble lheïe ersooyl, as vad lhag myr ushtey. Bible; vanish

depression (n.) cor, injillaghey, lhag-chreeys, lhaggagh, lhaggan, merginaght, merginys, neugherjagh; lhagragh: The depression brought rain and wind to Mann - Hug y lhagragh fliaghey as geay lesh gys Mannin. DF idiom

dissolve (v.) boggaghey, cur ass bree; heose-lhag, heose-lhaggaghey; skeaylley: thou, whole Palestina, art dissolved - tou uss slane Palestina er dty skeayley Bible; lheie: the earth is clean dissolved - tan ooir dy glen er lheïe ersooyl Bible; lhieggal: and the palace shall be dissolved - as bee yn phlaase er ny lhieggal Bible

miserable (adj.) boght, doolagh, kercheenagh, lhag-chreeagh, meevaynrey, neughennal, neuvaynrey, trimshagh, trome-chreeagh, truanagh; treih: knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked - cha vel oo goaill hood hene dy vel oo treih, as seaghnit, as boght, as doal, as rooisht. Bible

cooid ronney (=Ir. cuid-ronna) (f.) allowance, dividend, portion: Cur cooid ronney da shiaght, as myrgeddin da hoght ; son cha vel fys ayd, cre'n lhag-haghyrt hig er yn ooir. Bible

lheie ersooyl blow over, die out, dwindle, wear off: Ta'n drualtys eck er lheie ersooyl dasyn. DF; (as ice) vanish; waste away: derrey va slane sheeloghe ny deiney-caggee e lheïe ersooyl veih masteyn cheshaght Bible; melt away: ren creeaghyn y pobble lheïe ersooyl, as vad lhag myr ushtey Bible; fade away: Nee joarreeyn lheïe ersooyl, as bee ad agglagh ayns ny ynnydyn follit oc. Bible; pass away: myr ny strooanyn tad lheïe ersooyl Bible; consumed: as lesh chiass ny greiney tad lheïe ersooyl Bible; be no more: derrey ta ny niaughyn lheïe ersooyl, cha jean ad doostey Bible; fly away: Nee eh lheïe ersooyl myr dreamal Bible; depart: Nee bishagh e hie lheïe ersooyl Bible; scattered: Myrgeddin liorish deayrtey neose ushtey tan bodjal trome lheïe ersooyl Bible; worn away: Ta my aalid er nimmeeaght lesh eer seaghyn: as er ny lheïe ersooyl kyndagh rish ooilley my noidyn Bible; done away

seose yn ughtagh uphill: ta'n raad yiarn roie ayns lhag lesh broogh ard er dagh cheu, myr shoh b'egin da'n cabbyl as y caart goll sheese y lhergagh er y derrey heu, as seose yn ughtagh er y cheu, elley. JG

treishteil (f.) hope, reliance, trust: cha vel treishteil jannoo shin lhag-chreeagh; trusteth: dy injillagh ad as dy chur toiggal daue jeu hene, dy vod ad treishteil ersyn ny lomarcan. CS

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