as soon as cha leah as: And as soon as she saw them with her eyes, she doted upon them - As cha leah as honnick ee ad lesh e sooillyn, va yn aigney eck soit orroo Bible; cha leah’s: for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children - son cha leah’s va Zion er-troailt, hug ee son y theihll e cloan. Bible; erreish da: as soon as Isaac had made an end of blessing Jacob - erreish da Isaac v’er choyrt e vannaght da Jacob Bible
desolate1 fadanagh; follym-faase: for as long as she lay desolate she kept sabbath - son choud’s v’ee ny lhie follym faase dreill ee doonaght Bible; follym feayn; traartyssey; faase; treigit: your high ways shall be desolate - bee nyn raaidyn mooarey treigit Bible; melley; faasagh: that the land be not desolate - nagh bee yn thalloo ny aasagh Bible; bane: As long as it lieth desolate - Choud as te ny lhie bane Bible; feayn: while she lieth desolate without them - choud as te ny lhie feayn nyn vegooish Bible fleeing into the wilderness in former time desolate and waste - chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; foddey feayn; fadane: let them seek it also out of desolate places - shirree ad eh ayns buill fadane Bible; currit mow: and they that dwell therein are desolate - as ta e chummaltee currit mow Bible; traartys: neither shall thy land any more be termed Desolate - chamoo vees dty heer ny lurg shoh enmyssit Traartys Bible; naardey: And I will make the land desolate - As ver-ym naardey yn thalloo Bible
fer kionnee ransomer, redeemer: foost she us yn aer ainiyn: erson gha noil dy Abraham shuin, ghamu ta Eisrael oalagh orruin; agh she us yn aer ainiyn, as yn fer kani riist, as ta t'enyms gybragh farraghtyn. PB1610
about her moee; mooee: She gathered her shawl about her - Hayrn ee e filleig mooee. DF idiom; (emph.) mooeeish: It was about her that they were talking - She mooeeish v'ad loayrt. DF idiom; mychione eck: He is crazy about her - T'eh ass e cheeayl mychione eck. DF idiom
breast breast; broghil; broghilley; brollagh; cleeau: She clasped him to her breast - Ren ee goaill eh dys y chleeau eck. DF idiom; cleeauraghey; kee; keeagh: To give the child the breast - Dy chur y cheeagh da'n lhiannoo. DF idiom; oghrish: She pressed him to her breast - Hionn ee eh da'n oghrish eck. DF idiom; sheeiney; sheeint; ught
covered1 cloagit: Covered with snow - Cloagit lesh sniaghtey. DF idiom; coodit; (v.) choadee, choodee: She took a veil and covered her face - Ghow ee breid as choodee ee e heddin. DF idiom; vreid: She covered her face - Vreid ee e heddin. DF idiom
duty1 (n.) cair, curmal, jiootee, keesh, obbyr, tailley, feeaghyn; currym: She'll be happy, as long as she does her duty - Bee ee maynrey, choud's t'ee jannoo e currym. JJK idiom; curryms: It's my duty to show that to your father - She my churryms eh jeeaghyn shen da dt'ayr. JJK idiom
her (pron) eck: What is her complaint? - Cre'n doghan t'eck? JJK idiom; (emph.) ecksh: My sister will give me hers - Ver my huyr y fer ecksh dou. JJK idiom; ee: Perhaps we shall see her to-morrow - Foddee dy vaikmayd ee mairagh. JJK idiom; e: She died the day after her marriage - Hooar ee baase yn laa lurg e poosey. JJK idiom; ee hene: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom; (emph.) ish
ill (adj., adv.) aslane, aslayntagh, doghanagh, doogh, lag, moal, sie; drogh: It's an ill wind that blows nobody good - She drogh gheay nagh sheid mie da pagh ennagh. JJK idiom; ching: She is dangerously ill - T'ee ching dy-danjeyragh. JJK idiom; olk: He speaks ill of nobody - Cha nel eh loayrt dy-olk mysh pagh erbee. JJK idiom
is t': He is exceedingly angry - T'eh corree ass towse. JJK idiom; ta: Gold is yellow - Ta airh buigh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel: Is dinner ready? - Vel jinnair aarloo? JJK idiom; (emph.) she: He is an Englishman - She Sostnagh eh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) nee: Is that your pen? - Nee shen y penn ayd? JJK idiom
perceived dennee: perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose - cha dennee eh cre’n traa lhie ee sheese, ny cre’n traa hrog ee veih Bible; hoig: David perceived that the Lord had established him king over Israel - hoig David dy row’n Chiarn er n’yannoo eh ny ree harrish Israel Bible; chronnee: when the captains of the chariots perceived that it was not the king of Israel - tra chronnee captanyn ny fainee nagh nee ree Israel v’ayn Bible
at length (adv.) ec y jerrey; er liurid; fod; fy yerrey; fey-yerrey: if by any means now at length I might have a prosperous journey - my she aigney Yee eh dy choyrt dou fey-yerrey jurnah sauchey Bible
bless1 (v.) bannaghey, casherickee, casherickey; sheeaney: Bless me! - Sheean mie orrym! DF idiom; (to); (dy); (y) vannaghey: The Lord bless us - Dy jean yn Chiarn shin y vannaghey. DF idiom; bannee: Lord bless me - She bannee mee. DF idiom
case (n.) askan, case; coodagh; cooish: It's a case for the doctor - She cooish da'n er lhee eh. DF idiom; kishtey: Vanity case - Kishtey aalid. DF idiom; sampleyr; (v.) cur ayns kishtaghyn, cur coodagh er
channel (n.) ammyr: It was a Manxman who discovered the channel to Liverpool - She Manninagh ren feddyn magh yn ammyr gys Lerphul. DF idiom; barrey; bollagh; clash; clasheen; feddan; keyllys; piob; (v.) giarrey clasheen; giarrey saaue
cold feayght; feayr: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom; feayraght; mughane: She has a bad cold - Ta mughane olk eck. JJK idiom
French (n., adj.) Frangagh: She dresses in the French fashion - T'ee cur moee 'syn oash Rangagh. JJK idiom; (npl.) (The); (Ny) Frangee; (npl.) Mooinjey ny Frank; (n.) Frangish: Your cousins speak French very well - Ta dty gheiney-vooinjerey loayrt Frangish feer vie. JJK idiom
intelligence (n.) chyrrysid, fys, inchynaght, naight, rick, tushtaght; tushtagh: It is the work of an intelligence - She obbyr hushtagh eh. DF idiom; toiggalys: He showed intelligence - Hoilshee eh toiggalys. DF idiom
mend (v.) bishaghey, fuailley, kiartaghey, lheihys, slanaghey, whalley; lhiassaghey; couyral: He is on the mend - T'eh couyral. DF idiom; (to); (dy) charraghey: She got a man in to mend the window - Hooar ee dooinney dy charraghey yn uinnag. DF idiom
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