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owe (v.) fo lhiastynys; lhiastyn: We owe him five pounds - Ta shin lhiastyn queig puint da. JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

Keeill Cronk yn Owe Headland Hill Church

Toar yn Owe Marsh Pennywort Field

Headland Hill Church (n.) Keeill Cronk yn Owe

Marsh Pennywort Field (n.) Toar yn Owe, Toar Ouw

fo lhiastynys indebted, obligated, owe: Ta mee fo lhiastynys da son shen. DF

Patrick (n.) Parick: I saw Big Patrick of the Howe last week - Honnick mee Parick Mooar yn Owe er y chiaghtin. DF idiom; Perick

pounds (npl.) puint: We owe him five pounds - Ta shin lhiastyn queig puint da. JJK idiom

lhiastyn owe, owing: my t'eh lhiastyn veg dhyt, cur shen gys y choontey aym's. Bible

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