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Ooig (f.) (Yn) Wick: Shynnagh y chur ass e ooig. DF

ooig (f.) pl. ooigyn antar, cavern, grotto, stope; cave: Roll-jee claghyn mooarey er beeal yn ooig Bible; creek: chronnee ad ooig dy row lesh traie, raad v'ad kiarit, my oddagh eh ve, yn lhong y roie stiagh Bible; hold: As dooyrt y phadeyr Gad rish David, Ny fuirree ayns yn ooig shoh Bible; pit: Eshyn chleiy-ys ooig, tuittee eh-hene ayn; as eshyn lhieggys cleiy, nee ard-nieu eh y lhottey. Bible; den: doardee eh daue dy hroggal Daniel ass yn ooig Bible; dungeon: Deïe mee er dty ennym, O Hiarn; veih diunid yn ooig. Bible; hotbed


Inexact matches:

Creg Ooig Cave Rock

Ooig Beg Little Cave

Ooig Dorraghey Dark Cave

Ooig Dullish Seaweed Cave

Ooig Stack Stack Cave

Ooig Vooar Big Cave: Ayns yn ooig vooar follym shoh ta mee tayrit. Dhoor

Baie 'n Ooig Bay of the Cave

Baie ny Ooig Bay of the Cave

Baie yn Ooig (f.) Wemyss Bay

claghyn yn ooig stones of the pit: Agh t'ou uss tilgit magh ass dty oaie myr bangan loau, as myr coamrey ny merriu ta roight trooid lesh y chliwe, ta ceaut sheese fo claghyn yn ooig Bible

Giau yn Ooig Creek of the Cave

Ooig ny Chimleeyn Cave of Chimneys

Ooig ny Claghyn Baney White Stones Cave

Ooig ny Draganeyn Dragons' Den

Ooig ny Gollan Geayee Swallow Cave

Ooig ny Keeill Goayr Goats' Church Cave

Ooig ny Meeal Cave of the Mouths

Ooig ny Seyir Carpenters' Cave

ooig ny speyr (f.) vault of heaven

Ooig y Daa Chione Two Heads' Cave

Ooig y Thombagey Tobacco Cave

Bay of the Cave (n.) Baie ny Ooig, Baie 'n Ooig

antar ooig

Big Cave (n.) Ooig Vooar

cavern (n.) ooig; sloc, guag

Cave Rock (n.) Creg Ooig

creek (n.) branlaig, giau, glion, gullad, strooan; injeig; guag, giuag; purt; ooig: but they discovered a certain creek with a shore - agh chronnee ad ooig dy row lesh traie Bible

Dark Cave (n.) Ooig Dorraghey

den1 (n.) aaght, guag, ooig

grotto (n.) ooig

hotbed (n.) lhiabbee cheh; ooig

Little Cave (n.) Ooig Beg

Seaweed Cave (n.) Ooig Dullish

Stack Cave (n.) Ooig Stack

stope (n.) guag, ooig; (v.) pitschal

Wick (n.) (Yn) Ooig

Carpenters' Cave (n.) Ooig ny Seyir

Dragons' Den (n.) Ooig ny Draganeyn

speleology (n.) ooig-oaylleeaght

Tobacco Cave (n.) Ooig y Thombagey

Wemyss Bay (n.) Baie yn Ooig

ooig-oaylleeaght (f.) speleology

cave (n.) guag; lhiaght; oghe, ooig; oaie

Cave of Chimneys (n.) Ooig ny Chimleeyn

Cave of the Mouths (n.) Ooig ny Meeal

Creek of the Cave (n.) Giau yn Ooig

Goats' Church Cave (n.) Ooig ny Keeill Goayr

stones of the pit (npl.) claghyn yn ooig

Swallow Cave (n.) Ooig ny Gollan Geayee

Two Heads' Cave (n.) Ooig y Daa Chione

vault of heaven (n.) ooig ny speyr

White Stones Cave (n.) Ooig ny Claghyn Baney

chelleerid immediacy: Va'd chosney voue chelleerid gys ooig fo yn chreg Coraa

chleiys diggeth: Quoi-erbee chleiys ooig, nee eh tuittym ayn Bible

dollee abolitionist; hid: dollee eh ad jeih as da-eed ayns ooig Bible

roll roll: Roll-jee claghyn mooarey er beeal yn ooig Bible

pit1 (n.) lag, jeeig; niurin; oaie; guag; ooig; slogh: Inspection pit - Slogh ronsee. DF idiom

baghey (=Ir. beatha) dwell, live: as ren eh baghey ayns ooig, eh hene as e ghaa inneen. Bible

er hene on itself, on himself: Quoi-erbee chleiys ooig, nee eh tuittym ayn: as eshyn rowllys clagh noi'n ughtagh, chyndaa-ee eh back er hene. Bible; (of boy) coy, reserved

faggys da'n traie inshore: Yinnagh eh guee er Jee dy mennick ayns ooig er lheh faggys da'n traie, as yinnagh eh leeideil ny monnaghyn echey as ad cur ooashley da Jee ayns Taigh Mhàrtainn. Dhoor

geyrragh of sheep: As myr v'eh goll, haink eh gys bwoailtchyn ny geyrragh, raad va ooig Bible

grunt bottom, ground, sole: Dy der eh dou ooig Machpelah, ta leshyn, ayns kione e vagher; son wheesh dy argid as sheeagh eh ver eh dou eh, son cairys grunt oanluckee ny mast' eu Bible [A.S. grund]

gyn coodagh 1 undraped, unscreened; 2 without cover a: my chleiys dooinney ooig, as gyn coodaghchur er, as my huittys dow ny assyl ayn Bible

gyn grunt bottomless, characterless, fathomless, unfathomable: ta'n Goo ginsh dooin jeh'n dor'ghys sodjey magh, jeh ooig gyn grunt, as pian gyn aash dy bragh, jeh aile gyn vooghey, beishteig kinjagh bio, jeh ster'm, dorrin as brimstone lheit heese fo. CS

gyn vooghey unquenchable, unquenched: ta'n Goo ginsh dooin jeh'n dor'ghys sodjey magh, jeh ooig gyn grunt, as pian gyn aash dy bragh, jeh aile gyn vooghey PC

jeant shickyr fastened: As va'n magher, as yn ooig ayn jeant shickyr da Abraham, myr cairys grunt oanluckee, liorish mec Heth. Bible

Joseph Joseph: hayrn ad, as hrog ad Joseph seose ass yn ooig, as chreck ad Joseph rish ny Ishmaeliteyn, son feed peesh dy argid Bible

roie stiagh dash in, run in: As tra va'n laa er jeet rish, cha bione daue yn cheer: agh chronnee ad ooig dy row lesh traie, raad v'ad kiarit, my oddagh eh ve, yn lhong y roie stiagh. Bible

saasaghey contrive: ren yn shynnagh leeideil yn assyl gys ooig dowin, as ren eh saasaghey dy jinnagh yn assyl lhieggey sheese ayns shen. EF; remedy, satisfy

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