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see1 (n.) aspickys; (v.) fakin; jeeagh: See how the trees are in bloom - Jeeagh ec ny biljyn kys t'ad my vlaa. JJK idiom; faik: See for yourself - Faik dhyt hene. DF idiom; hirr

see2 (to); (dy) akin


Inexact matches:

did see (interrog.) naik; vaik

see through (v.) fakin ny hrooid

see to jeeagh ny lurg; jeeagh ny yei; jeeaghyn ny lurg; jeeaghyn ny yei

shall see1 hee: I shall see you again on Monday - H'eem shiu reesht Jyluain. JJK idiom; vaikys

shall see2 (interrog.) vaikys

will see (interrog.) hee: You will see them playing in the air - Hee oo adsyn cloie 'syn aer. DF idiom; vaik

would see1 heeagh, vaikagh

would see2 (interrog.) vaikagh

hard to see comleayrtagh

I will see hee'm; heeym: I will see what their end shall be - heeym cren erree hig orroo Bible

I would see heein

shall not see cha vaik: Surely they shall not see the land - Son shickyrys, cha vaik ad y cheer Bible

we shall see hee mayd: we shall see what will become of his dreams - hee mayd, cre hig jeh e ghreamalyn Bible

we will see heemayd; hee mayd: and we shall see what will become of his dreams - as hee mayd, cre hig jeh e ghreamalyn Bible

Would I see (interrog.) Vaikin

hee shall see: hee ad yn eddin echey Bible; will see

hirr See shirr beseech, sought, desire, see, beg, require: hirr ad bee son y thaynt oc. Bible; required

camphire (n.) See camphor camphire

see-saw (n.) laair vaidjey, maidjey corragh; (v.) leaystey: With a see-saw motion - Leaystey seose as neose. DF idiom

young3 (n.) See chicken (of birds) eean

beeyit See beiyt fatted

Benainshteyr (f.) See Bnr Missis

blodyn See bluit blades

carrooyn See kerriu carps

Clanaugh See Cleaynagh Slope

coin See coyn hounds

comleayrtagh hard to see

diane See dhiane earthworm

Dooar See doour Water

emshiragh See emshyragh meteorological

faardaghey See vaardee better

gartlan See gaartlian weed

ghoo See doo black: casley rish Pangloss as rish y shenn ennym Mooir Marmara ta kiangley ry cheilley yn Vooir Ghoo as yn Vooir Veanagh CnyO; See goo voice: clasht-jee rish my ghoo Bible

giucklagh See jucklagh broom

goar See goayr goat

gurran See gurrin pustule

heein I would see

hee mayd we will see: Eisht dooyrt ee, Fark ort, my inneen, derrey hee mayd kys hed y chooish Bible; we shall see

Jardain See Jerdein Thursday

leayrtys See coleayrtys light

lheunican See lionican sty

lhiaggan See lhieggan version

lhoam See lhome depilous

lic See lhic flagstones

mogh (=Ir. moch) See moghey early

olla (f.) See ollay swan

pleayst (=Ir. plaosg) See bleayst husk

shooillit See shooylt walked

skeim See skeym scheme

Styr (intj) See Styrr (to dog) Seize

traue See traaue till

traueit See traaueit tilled

trooane See troorane triangle

vabbaney See babbaney (dy); (to) snuggle

vaik (interrog.) 1 will see: Vaik shiu eshyn shynney lesh m'annym?; 2 did see a: Vaik oo'n ard-nieu hug vaidjin lesh yn ooyl, as stiagh 'sy thammag ren snaue veih dty hooill? PC

vaikagh (interrog.) would see

Vaikin (interrog.) Would I see

vaikys (interrog.) shall see

varkal See markal (y); (to) mark

Vayrt See Mayrt (Yn) Tuesday

Veinn See beinn (Yn); (The) Summit

volgagh (f.) See bolgagh (yn) smallpox

volgey See bolgey (y) abdominal

vooir (f.) See mooir (yn); (the) waves

vreck (f.) See breck (yn) smallpox

vrooinney See brooinney (y) abdominal

vuighid See buighid (y) biliary

Chaairliagh (voc.) See caairliagh (Y) Mister Chairman

chuittag See kuittagh (yn) left hand

fakin ny hrooid see through

folican See foillican, foillycan butterfly

gounsternee See gounstyrnee barking; (of dog) bark

jeeagh ny lurg see to

jeeagh ny yei see to

Jy (=Ir. dia.) See Jylhein, Jymayrt day

laair vaidjey (f.) see-saw, cockhorse

lioar hroailtys (f.) See lioarlann passport

maidjey corragh see-saw

moidjyn See moidyn maid, virgin

p'agh See peiagh person; sinner

quilleen See whilleen as many

rhullic See rhullick burial place

roie (=Ir. rith) bolt, burst, cursive, dart, flow, full retreat, melt, race, range, run, scurry, slip, sprinting: roie dy mooar ayns eash Bible; raced; smuggle, smuggling; (as animals) charging; (as pain) shooting; (ale) draught; ladder; flowing, flying, running; See roïe before: Myr dooyrt shin roie Bible; ran; rushed; See roïe previously; heretofore

roosteyder (pl -yn) See roosteyr extortioner; robber

RU See Reeriaght Unnaneyssit UK

sac See sack bag, sac

sthouyr See sthowyr pole, staff

stroinyn (f.) See strointeeyn headlands; noses

ven See ben mother, woman

voidjyn See moidjyn (yn) corn dolly

AEO2 See Assistant Education Officer OYC

D.T. (n.) See delirium tremens rouailley jough

finch (n.) See bullfinch, chaffinch, goldfinch corkan

aoi See ei, yei1:4 guest

braddag pl. braddaggyn See praddag caterpillar:

breinaghey See breinnaghey stink: nee'n awin breinaghey Bible

chaagh See chagh house [OIr. teg, tech]

chiaghtin er giyn See shiaghtin (yn) next week

Chuyr Breeshey (f.) See shuyr (Yn); (The) Sister Bridget

clyst See slyst border; region; suburb

dhoan See dhone brown, brunette, swarthy

eairkan (f.) See earkan lapwing, peewit; feeler, tentacle

ei (pl -yn) See shamyr ny heiyn guest

faik see, vide: Faik dhyt hene. DF

fer karree See fer kerree mender

gallvarg See galverg bitter enemy, spite; (f.) virulent anger

Ghrollane voght (intj) See drollane Poor dear

glionnan (f.) See Liontan dale, dell, small valley

jeeaghyn ny yei1 look to, see to

jeeaney See sjeeaney enforce; enforcement; vehement, earnest

kiapyn See kip :1 blocks, trunks

Kione Spaainey See Kione Speeiney Spanish Head

Kione y Spaainey See speeiney Peeling Headland

lhome-lane See lung-lane chock-a-block, chock-full, cram-full

liebage (f.) See liehbage, liehbaig flatfish, fluke, sole

Liontan See Gliontan Beg Little Glen

loaghee See lughee mice: queig loaghee airhey Bible

lus ny gryss (f.) See cryss strapwort

nooaghey See nooghey canonization, sanctification, sanctify

Slieau Carn Ajole See Echewle Hill Edge Cairn

sliught See sluight issue, line, posterity, seed, spawn

Snae Fell See Sniaul Snow Mountain [Scand]

struan See strooan stream [Sanskrit, sru]

taaueid See taauid inaction, inertia, inertness, qualmishness

U.P.S.S. See Unnaneys ny Boblaghtyn Soveidjagh Soshallagh U.S.S.R.

Vannag See bannag :1 (Yn) Hop tu Naa song

Ving Vooar (f.) See bing (Yn); (The) Great Enquest

Vink Hoshee (f.) See bink (Yn); (The) Front Bench

Voirrey s'treih (intj) See Moirrey Woe is me, Woe

vonney See monney :2 (yn); (the) many; particle

vreimeragh See breimeragh (dy); (to) break wind, fart

Vriwnys Yerrinagh (f.) See briwnys (Yn); (The) Last Judgement

vrooightoil See brooightooil (dy); (to) bring up wind, belch

vuinnaght vooar (f.) See buinnaght (yn) amoebic dysentery

Vunscoill Ghaelgagh (f.) See Bunscoill Ghaelgagh (Yn); (The) Manx Primary School

whooinney (voc.) See dooinney man, mister: whooinney veen GB

Adult Special Needs Unit (n.) See Greeba View Unit Unnid Reayrt Ghreebey

entreat (v.) See intreat guee er, jannoo aghin hug, dellagh

gaol See jail (npl.) cur ayns carchyr, cur ayns pryssoon, pryssoonaghey; (n.) pryssoon

aare See faare (ny) near: va aggle orroo dy heet ny aare Bible

adder See addyr adder: ta pyshoon yn adder fo nyn meillyn. Bible

angaaishagh See angaishagh agonizing, anguishing, person in pain, tortured, torturing

arganeys See arganys argumentation, disputation: Yn thoyn y woalley ass arganeys. DF

ark (f.) pl. irk See urk piglet, sucking pig, young pig

Balley Keeill Ingan See Keeill Ingan Fingan's Church Farm

Balley Keeill Pherick See Keeill Pharick Patrick's Church Farm

Balley Keeill Vartyn See Keeill Vartyn Farm of Martin's Church

Bock Juan Fannee See Bock Yuan Fannee Shank's pony

cainle (f.) pl. cainleyn See kainle candle: Son tan anney myr cainle Bible

camm See cam crooked: bee ny raaidyn camm er ny yannoo jeeragh Bible

casseyder See cassider pl. casseyderyn accuser; twister, whirligig; abuser

cha vaik shall not see: cha vaik shiu my eddin arragh Bible

cheeadoo See keeadoo (yn) hundredth: myrgeddin yn cheeadoo ayrn jeh'n argid Bible

chenn ven (f.) See shenn ven (yn); (the) mater: V'ad farrarey yn chenn ven. DF

chiaghtoo See shiaghtoo (yn); (the) seventh: bee'n chiaghtoo laa feailley diuish Bible

chollagh See chiollagh hearth: va aile er y chollagh lostey kiongoyrt rish. Bible

combaasal See cumbaasal circle, circumnavigate, compass, encircle: nee shiu combaasal yn ard-valley Bible

cruishtin See crushtin cruse, ewer, pitcher: ny'n cruishtin brisht ec y chibbyr Bible

C'wooad (interrog.) See Quoid How many, How much: C'wooad er y chlag t'eh? DF

dhie See thie (nyn) house: haink ad gys nyn dhie hene ayns Ramah Bible

dhieyn See thieyn houses: jean-jee er mullagh ny dhieyn Bible

doirrin (=Ir. doinneann) See dorrin storm: bodjallyn eebrit lesh doirrin Bible

doirrinagh See dorrinagh stormy: dirree geay dowil doirrinagh nyn 'oi enmyssit Euroclydon Bible

doont See dooint shut, close, reticent: Bee ny shappyn doont Jeheiney Chaisht. DF

dyn (=Ir. gan) See gyn no; without: Son yiow eshyn briwnys dyn myghin Bible

eirinnee See eirrinee husbandmen, yeomanry: ver eh yn garey-feeyney da eirinnee elley. Bible

flaoill See floaill eloquent: as y fer-keirdee schleioil, as y pleadeyr flaoill. Bible

fynnyraght See fynneraght chill, coolness: Fynnyraght yn laa. DF

Ghaelg (f.) See Gaelg (Yn) Manx: Loayree eh mychione 'Parail as aa-vioghey y Ghaelg. Dhoor

gheiney1 See deiney (ny) gents: C'raad ta premmee ny gheiney? DF

gheinnee See geinnee of sand: Myr ny cruink gheinnee ayns Arabia PC

ghooinney (voc.) See dooinney man: O ghooinney ard-ennoil, ny bee aggle ort Bible

harroo See harrystoo over them: ren yn pobble eh ny ard-chaptan harroo Bible

hee'm I will see: Hee'm dy vel dty chooish mie as cairagh Bible

heeym I will see: heeym cre'n erree hig orroo Bible

huic See huick to her: hie cloan Israel seose huic son briwnys Bible

Je See Jelune, Jemayrt COMPARE Jy day [O.Ir. día]

Jecrean (=Ir. Céadaoin) (f.) See Jycrean Wednesday: She Jecrean t'ayn jiu. DF

jeeagh look, see: nish jeeagh cre vel shleiy yn ree Bible; shew

jeeill (f.) See jeeyl, jeeyll damage, waste: lhig dooin jeeill y yannoo ayn-jee Bible

Jeheiney (=Ir. hAoine) See Jyheiney Friday: V'eh ayns shoh Jeheiney shoh chaie. DF

lhoys See byloys dare: Lhoys da fer erbee eu Bible

LTS See lane troar sthie GDP, gross domestic product

mooir (=Ir. muir) (f.) (pl -aghyn) See muir sea: cha vel y mooir lhieeney harrish Bible [O.Ir. muir]

my yeeass See jeeass bladed: dy gholl my-yeeass Bible

naik did see: Naik oo rieau yn lheid? DF

O.K.F. See Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed Member of the House of Keys

reeaghyn See reeghyn kings: Nish ad shoh reeaghyn ny cheerey Bible

reynn See rheynn divided: reynn eh yn thalloo oc orroo liorish cron. Bible

saueit See sauit saved: va shiu myr stoo saueit ass yn aile Bible

sceilt See scelt 1 burst a: Sceilt eh thoyn ny breechyn echey. DF; 2 cloven

Sniaul See niaul Snaefell: Ta shilley aalin veih Sniaul er laa aalin. JJK

straaid (pl -yn) See straid street: myr maarliagh ayns corneilyn fadane ny straaidyn Bible

stroogey See strugey pet, smooth, stroke; (feet) trail: V'eh stroogey ny cassyn echey. DF

stundaart See stundayrt cubit: as ad getlagh mysh stundaart er yrjid Bible

tobbyr (=Ir. tobair) See tubbyr laver: Nee oo myrgeddin tobbyr prashey Bible

uinnag (=Ir. fuinneog) (f.) See uinniag light, window: uinnag jeant jeh skeiltanyn-hessenagh JK

vaaish See baaish :3 (y) of death: ren ribbaghyn y vaaish berraghtyn orrym. Bible

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