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Spaainagh (=Ir. Spáinneach) Hispanic, Spaniard, Spanish: Ayns lhing Franco, y tranlaasagh Spaainagh, va'n chengey Chatalonagh currit fo chosh, goll rish ny myn-chengaghyn elley sy steat Spaainagh. Carn


Inexact matches:

breck Spaainagh Spanish mackerel

cabbyl Spaainagh jennet

cabbyl spaainagh jennet

castan Spaainagh edible chestnut

cro spaainagh edible chestnut

fer-ooasle Spaainagh don, Spanish nobleman

kiark Spaainagh (f.) Andalusian fowl

Kione Spaainagh Spanish Head: Tra va shin shiaulley mygeayrt Kione Spaainagh hiaull yn fer baatey cho faggys da ny carrickyn as b'lhoys da, raad honnick shin keeadyn dy idd (stronnagyn as pirree) er oirryn ny carrickyn Carn

meeyl Spaainagh (f.) Spanish fly

moddey Spaainagh spaniel

praase Spaainagh (f.) sweet potato

quaillag Spaainagh (f.) blistering fly, cantharis

roddan Spaainagh agouti

sparroo Spaainagh Spanish sparrow

Urley impiroil Spaainagh Spanish Imperial Eagle

edible chestnut (n.) castan Spaainagh, cro spaainagh

jennet (n.) cabbyl Spaainagh, cabbyl spaainagh

agouti (n.) roddan Spaainagh

Andalusian fowl (n.) kiark Spaainagh

blistering fly (n.) quaillag Spaainagh

cantharis (n.) quaillag Spaainagh

Hispanic (n., adj.) Spaainagh

Spaniard (n.) Spaainagh

Spanish fly (n.) meeyl Spaainagh

Spanish mackerel (n.) breck Spaainagh

Spanish nobleman (n.) fer-ooasle Spaainagh

Spanish sparrow (n.) sparroo Spaainagh

sweet potato (n.) praase Spaainagh

spaniel (n.) moddey Spaainagh, moddey ushtey

don (v.) cur er, cur mysh; (n.) olloo, fer-ooasle Spaainagh

Spanish Head (n.) Kione Spaainey, Kione Speeiney; Kione Spaainagh

Spanish Imperial Eagle (n.) Urley impiroil Spaainagh

potato (n.) praase: Sweet potato - Praase Spaainagh. DF idiom; priddyr, puddase

strointeeyn (f.) headlands; noses: Cha row nyn strointeeyn gollrish strointeeyn Spaainagh. Dhoor

Spanish (adj.) Spaainagh; (n.) Spaainish: They had to speak Spanish - Beign daue loayrt Spaainish. JJK idiom; (npl.) Spaainee

fer baatey boatman: Tra va shin shiaulley mygeayrt Kione Spaainagh hiaull yn fer baatey cho faggys da ny carrickyn as b'lhoys da, raad honnick shin keeadyn dy idd (stronnagyn as pirree) er oirryn ny carrickyn Carn

steat 1 (housing) estate: Eeasaght argid y ghoaill er steat. DF; 2 pl. steatyn (nation) state a: va'n chengey Chatalonagh currit fo chosh, goll rish ny myn-chengaghyn elley sy steat Spaainagh. Carn

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