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rough1 barb; barbagh; breckey; carragh; garroo: We had a rough passage - Va turrys garroo ain. DF idiom; mollagh; neurea; raghtanagh; rastagh: he stayeth his rough wind in the day of the east wind - teh lhiettal e gheay rastagh rish traa yn gheay-niar Bible; reeastagh; reeastaneagh; ruggagh; thalloo garroo

rough2 (v.) (as the hair) ruksal

rough3 (adj.) (of sea) trome

rough4 (uncompleted) lieh-chiart

Inexact matches:

rough clover (n.) shamrag gharroo

rough copy (n.) aascreeuyn shallidagh

Rough Enclosure (n.) Close Mollagh, Close Garroo, Close Hough

Rough Farm (n.) Balley Garroo

Rough Field (n.) Magher Garroo

Rough Flat (n.) Faaie Mollagh

Rough Fold (n.) Bwoaillee Gharroo

Rough Hill (n.) Knock Garroo, Cronk Garroo

Rough Hollow (n.) Lhag Vollagh, Laggey Vollagh

Rough Land (n.) Thalloo Mollagh

rough land (n.) thalloo garroo

rough language (n.) glare gharroo

Rough Marsh (n.) Curragh Mollagh

Rough Meadow (n.) Lheannee Vollagh, Lheannee Gharroo, Lheannee Garroo

Rough Place (n.) Garraghan

Rough Point (n.) Gob Garroo

Rough Quarter (n.) Kerroo Garroo

rough rider (n.) brisheyder cabbil

Rough Road (n.) Bayr Garroo

Rough Shrubbery (n.) Garee Carragh

rough sieve (n.) creear garroo

Rough Slope (n.) Liargee Gharroo

Rough Stone (n.) Garroo Clagh

Rough Stones (npl.) Claghyn Garroo

Rough Turbary (n.) Moanee Mollagh

rough vellum (n.) crackan screeuee garroo

rough weather (n.) drogh earish, earish vooar, emshir garroo, emshir vooar

rough wind (n.) geay gharroo, geay hreanagh

rough wine (n.) feeyn garg, feeyn garroo

at a rough guess myr barel

Big Rough Fold (n.) Gar Woaillee Vooar

Big Rough Place (n.) Mollagh Mooar

Little Rough Fold (n.) Gar Woaillee Veg

Lower Rough Meadow (n.) Garroo Lheannagh Heese

Rough Grass Shore (n.) Traie ny Faiyr Mollagh

Rough Ground Train (n.) Train ny Garroo

Rough Hill Slope (n.) Liargee Garroo

Rough Lake Croft (n.) Croit Lough Garree

Rough Manured Field (n.) Garroo Hoar

Rough Miry Enclosure (n.) Close y Curragh Vollagh

Rough Shallow Ford (n.) Staarvey

Upper Rough Meadow (n.) Garroo Lheannagh Heose

White Rough Place (n.) Mollagh Vane

thalloo garroo rough, rough land

aascreeuyn shallidagh rough copy

Balley Garroo Rough Farm

Bayr Garroo Rough Road

brisheyder cabbil rough rider

Bwoaillee Gharroo Rough Fold

Claghyn Garroo Rough Stones

Close Garroo Rough Enclosure

Close Hough Rough Enclosure

Close Mollagh Rough Enclosure

creear garroo rough sieve

Cronk Garroo Rough Hill

Curragh Mollagh Rough Marsh

emshir garroo (f.) rough weather

emshir vooar (f.) rough weather

Faaie Mollagh Rough Flat

feeyn garg rough wine

feeyn garroo rough wine

Garee Carragh Rough Shrubbery

Garraghan Rough Place

Garroo Clagh Rough Stone

geay gharroo (f.) rough wind

geay hreanagh (f.) rough wind

Gob Garroo Rough Point

Kerroo Garroo Rough Quarter

Knock Garroo Rough Hill

Laggey Vollagh Rough Hollow

Lhag Vollagh Rough Hollow

Lheannee Garroo Rough Meadow

Lheannee Gharroo Rough Meadow

Lheannee Vollagh Rough Meadow

Liargee Gharroo Rough Slope

Magher Garroo Rough Field

Moanee Mollagh Rough Turbary

ruggagh harsh, rough, rugged

ruksal (as the hair) rough

shamrag gharroo (f.) rough clover

Thalloo Mollagh Rough Land

rough-and-ready (adj.) lieh-chooishagh

rough-and-tumble (n., adj.) bea corragh; garroo; ruilley-builley

rough-coated (adj.) mollagh

rough-grained neuvyn

rough-mannered (adj.) barbagh

rough-spoken (adj.) garroo

bea corragh (f.) rough-and-tumble

crackan screeuee garroo rough vellum

Garroo Hoar Rough Manured Field

Liargee Garroo Rough Hill Slope

lieh-chooishagh rough-and-ready

Mollagh Mooar Big Rough Place

Mollagh Vane White Rough Place

neuvyn rough-grained

ruilley-builley rough-and-tumble

Staarvey Rough Shallow Ford [Scand]

Close y Curragh Vollagh Rough Miry Enclosure

Croit Lough Garree Rough Lake Croft

earish vooar (f.) foul weather, rough weather

Garroo Lheannagh Heese Lower Rough Meadow

Garroo Lheannagh Heose Upper Rough Meadow

Gar Woaillee Veg Little Rough Fold

Gar Woaillee Vooar Big Rough Fold

glare gharroo (f.) barrackroom language, rough language

myr barel at a rough guess

raghtanagh harsh, headstrong, indigent, obstinate, rough, stubborn

reeastagh moorish, rough, uncultivated, waste, wild

Traie ny Faiyr Mollagh Rough Grass Shore

Train ny Garroo Rough Ground Train

diamond (n.) daiman: Rough diamond - Daiman neuyiarrit. DF idiom; diamond

barb cruel, drastic, rough, sharp, unrefined: Gahghyn barb aileagh, cliwenyn birragh gyere, as shleiyghyn nieunagh slental trooid yn aer va nish ry-akin; yn rheam eunyssagh sollit lesh moyrn as noidys eulyssa PC; javelin, sharp point

barbagh rough, rough-mannered, rude, rugged, severe, sharp, unrefined: Ta ny goan eu er ve barbagh m'oï Bible

breckey brindle, chequer, chequering, dapple, freckle, jotting, mottle, rough, spot, variegate; dappled, speckled: Bee yn maase breckey dt' aill's Bible; bespeckle, sprinkle; embroider; variegation; sharpen

carragh carious, crazy, rocky, rough, scab, scabby, scurfy, scurvy: nee'n saggyrt jeeaghyn er y boayl carragh Bible

drogh earish COMPARE drogh-emshir adverse weather: Va'n drogh earish shoh ayn rish oor agh v'eh gennaghtyn dy row eh goll er rish ooryn. Dhoor; rough weather; bad weather

garroo (=Ir. garbh) coarse, crude, gross, harsh, husky, jagged, low, pockmarked, raw, rough-and-tumble, rough-spoken, rugged, scraggy, stubbly, uncouth, undressed, unpolished, vulgar; pock-marked; (of weather) dirty; (as sea) stormy; (as ground) uneven; boisterous, ill-mannered, naughty, rude; shaggy; rough: ny raaidyn garroo er nyn yannoo rea Bible; coarse-fibred, hairy

lieh-chiart imperfect, odd: Bee dy chooilley choan er ny lhieeney, as dagh slieau as cronk er nyn injillaghey; as bee ny raaidyn camm er ny yannoo jeeragh, as ny ynnydyn lieh-chiart jeant rea Bible; (uncompleted) rough

mollagh (=Ir. mothallach) rough, rude, rugged; bushy: as snaue neose, stiagh fo ny blaaghyn mollagh chos'n eh roish. PC; hirsute, rough-coated: lhig da ny cabbil cheet seose myr ny braddaggyn mollagh Bible; shaggy

neurea entangled, lumpy, rough, scraggy: Va ny scannaneyn shoh neu-rea dy liooar, paart mie as paart sie. Carn; (as ground) uneven

rastagh (=Ir. frasach) blustery, boisterous, gusty, rough, squally, stormy, windy: nee geay rastagh eh y scoltey. Bible

reeastaneagh moorish, rough, uncultivated, waste: ren leeideil shin trooid yn aasagh; trooid cheer reeastaneagh Bible; (terrain) wild

trome (=Ir. trom) pl. trommey 1 heavy a: Agh va laueyn Voses trome; as ghow ad clagh, as hug Bible; 2 bold, burdensome, deep-drawn, difficult, emphatic, expectant, gruelling, hard, harsh, heavyweight, high pressure, intense, laborious, onerous, ponderous, severe, sledgehammer, steep, stodgy, substantial, sweated, unwieldly, wearying, weighty; 3 (oppressive) close; 4 (burden) crippling; 5 (of smoke) dense; 6 (Jur.) grievous, grave a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible; 7 (of sea) rough; 8 deep a: As hug y Chiarn Jee cadley trome dy huittym er Adam Bible; 9 expecting, pregnant, with child a: ta ny shioltaneyn as ny immanyn trome ta mârym Bible; 10 great a: honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght dooinney trome er y thalloo Bible; 11 sore a: As van ghortey trome ayns y cheer ad fo eh Bible [O.Ir. trom]


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