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aarloo (=Ir. ullamh) 1 operational; 2 ready a: va'n pobble aarloo dy chlaghey eh Bible


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geddyn aarloo prepare: tra t'ou geddyn aarloo dow son chebbal-losht Bible

jannoo aarloo prepare: Son ta mee nish jannoo aarloo dy ve er my hebbal Bible

aarloo da'n aarkey seaworthy

aarloo da'n cheayn seaworthy

aarloo da'n oaye laid out

aarloo da'n vooir seaworthy

aarloo dy ve aanoaghit renewable

aarloo dy woalley aggressive

fer aarloo da'n chriy gallows bird

seaworthy (adj.) aarloo da'n aarkey; aarloo da'n cheayn; aarloo da'n vooir

ready aarloo: Let the dinner be ready by six - Lhig da'n jinnair ve aarloo ec shey. JJK idiom; aarlooid; arryltagh; jesh; kiartaghey; mie; shiaullaghey; ullee: Are you ready? - Vel oo aarloo? DF idiom

operational (adj.) aarloo, obbraidagh, ullee

prepare (v.) aarlaghey, gaarlagh, gaarlaghey, geddyn aarloo, jannoo aarloo, kiarail, kiartaghey, shiaullaghey; kiare: Prepare for yourself - Kiare-jee diu hene. DF idiom; kiartee: Prepare ye the way of the Lord - Kiartee-jee raad y Chiarn. DF idiom; kiare-jee

gallows bird (n.) fer aarloo da'n chriy

laid out (v.) aarloo da'n oaye; sheeynt

renewable (adj.) aarloo dy ve aanoaghit, yn-aanoaghey

oaye (f.) grave: T'eh aarloo da'n oaye. DF

aggressive (adj.) aarloo dy woalley; baggyrtagh: Aggressive appearance - Cummey baggyrtagh. DF idiom; caggoil

flod pl. floddyn fleet: As hooar Solomon aarloo flod lhuingys ayns Ezion-geber Bible

fow (=Ir. faigh) find; get: Fow aarloo dty obbyr mooie Bible

shleighyn darts: hooar eh aarloo ymmodee shleighyn as scapeyn Bible

spisyn spices: hooar ad aarloo spisyn as ooilyn Bible

stott pl. stitt bullock, steer: yiow ad aarloo myrgeddin stott aeg Bible

dictionary (n.) fockleyr: Will this dictionary ever be ready? - Bee'n fockleyr shoh aarloo chioee? DF idiom

do3 (to); (dy) yannoo: Was I not ready to do it? - Nagh row mee aarloo dy yannoo eh? JJK idiom; (dy) jannoo

eager (n.) aggindagh; jeean: He is ready, yes, eager to come - T'eh aarloo, she, jeean dy heet. DF idiom

fat pig (n.) keish: The fat pig is ready for the market - Ta'n cheish aarloo da'n vargey. DF idiom; muc cheish; muc roauyr: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom

follow1 (v.) eiyr, eiyrt, geiyrt: Now I'm ready to follow you - Nish ta mee aarloo dy eiyrt ort. JJK idiom; lhian, lhiant: Follow the road - Lhiant rish y vayr shoh. DF idiom; cliaghtey

foresee (v.) fakin rolaue: I foresee all that we must be prepared for - Ta mee fakin ro-laue ooilley shegin dooin ve aarloo er e hon. JJK idiom

not (adv.) cha: I am not at home - Cha nel mee ec y thie. JJK idiom; nagh: Was I not ready to do it? - Nagh row mee aarloo dy yannoo eh? JJK idiom; ny

ointments (npl.) ooilyn: And they returned, and prepared spices and ointments - as hooar ad aarloo spisyn as ooilyn Bible; ooillyn; shelliuyn

sir (voc.) ghooinney ooasle: Dinner is served, sir - Ta jinnair aarloo ghooinney ooasle. DF idiom; vainshtyr: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

six (n., adj.) shey: Let the dinner be ready by six - Lhig da'n jinnair ve aarloo ec shey. JJK idiom

arraghey (=Ir. athrú) adjourn, adjournment, change, change course, digress, digression, dislodge, dislodgement, displacement, mutation, trim; shift, manoeuvre, migration, motion, move, removal, remove: fow dty chooid aarloo son arraghey Bible; (transport) carriage

berreenyn (f.) 1 cakes a: Fow aarloo dy tappee three towseyn dy reih flooyr, fuinn e, as jean berreenyn er y chiollagh; 2 pastry

boteilyn (f.) bottles: ta my chree myr feeyn ta laccal vent; te aarloo dy vrishey magh myr boteilyn dy feeyn noa Bible

breetchyn trousers: As myr shen dy ghow yn bòcan ny breetchyn sheese jee as yn skian aarloo echey GB

bwoaillit played, struck: Agh ta Mainshtyr Earnshaw gra dy vel reddyn jeant aarloo hannah dy chooney lhieusyn vees bwoaillit smoo creoi ec priosyn ard. BS; threshed

carnaneyn heaps: As t'eh baghey ayns ard-valjyn treigit ayns thieyn ayndoo nagh vel dooinney erbee cummal, ta aarloo dy huittym ayns carnaneyn. Bible; mounts; (ny) roller coaster

chummal seose 1 (dy); (to) pile up; 2 uphold a: Ta dty ghoan er chummal seose eshyn va aarloo dy huittym, as t'ou er niartaghey ny glioonyn annoon. Bible

doaiagh See doaieagh respectable: cherubin skianagh 's foaysyn cheh graihoil ayns troopyn doaiagh aarloo farkiaght er PC

fuinn 1 knead a: Fow aarloo dy tappee three towseyn dy reih flooyr, fuinn e, as jean berreenyn er y chiollagh. Bible; 2 overdo

goll fo laue Aspick confirm: Baillym eisht mee hene y yannoo aarloo son goll fo laue Aspick CS

gyn kiarail less: Sleih dy hreishteil dy gholl gys niau, as foast gyn kiarail y ghoaill dy yannoo ad hene aarloo er y hon. CS

harrish kiongoyrt rish over against: Mysh da-eed thousane aarloo dy ghoaill magher hie harrish kiongoyrt rish y Chiarn gys caggey Bible

heemayd we will see: boayl elley heemayd biljyn-ooyllagh croym, aarloo dy vrishey fo nyn mess cho trome PC

leeidagh insinuative; would lead: Son marish nyn greeaghyn moaldey hene, leeidagh shin gys peccah, ta drogh spyrrydyn ayn ta kinjagh aarloo dyn miolagh gys olk, as jin hene cha vel pooar ain dy haghney yn goanlys oc. CS

lhoobey arching, bend, bow, coil, coiling, curl up, curve, double over, flex, hunch, incurvate, inflect, inflexion, loop, looping, meander, meandering, sag, squirm, stoop, stooping, twine, winding, wriggle, writhe: t'eh er lhoobey e vhow, as er n'yannoo eh aarloo. Bible

niessey nearer: myr ta shin gaase ayns eash dy vodmayd gaase ayns grayse, as myr s'niessey ta shin tayrn gys y jerrey ain, dy beemayd wheesh shen smoo aarloo er y hon. CS

ooilyn ointments: As haink ad rhymboo, as hooar ad aarloo spisyn as ooilyn Bible

ooyllagh apple, apple-bearing: boayl elley heemayd biljyn-ooyllagh croym, aarloo dy vrishey fo nyn mess cho trome PC

raad y Chiarn way of the Lord: Jean-jee aarloo raad y Chiarn, kiartee-jee ayns yn eaynagh raad-mooar da'n Jee ain. Bible

skynnaghyn knives: Va skynnaghyn oc as v'ad aarloo marroo peiagh erbee veagh prowal cur sthap roo. Dhoor

straiddey (gen.) of a street: Dy beagh caggey-straiddey cheet ayns Sostyn hene (ny ayns Nalbin ny Bretin), veagh yn armee aarloo ny chour. Carn

strengyn strings: ver oo orroosyn cooyl y choyrt: as strengyn dty vhow nee oo aarloo noin eddin oc Bible; wires

taa (=Ir. tath) 1 sodering, soldering a: Te aarloo son taa: as ren eh shickyr jeh lesh treinaghyn Bible; 2 dung

traa shibberagh suppertime: As hug eh magh e harvaant ec traa shibberagh dy ghra rish ny goaldee, Tar-jee, son ta dy chooilley nhee nish aarloo. Bible

come1 cheet: Let him come, I'm ready now - Lhig da cheet, ta me aarloo nish. JJK idiom; (impv) tar, tarr: Come and see my father's house - Tar as jeeagh ec thie my ayrey. JJK idiom; trooid: Come a little closer - Trooid red beg ny sniessey. 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

jerkal (=Ir. dearcáil) 1 expect, trust: bee'n jerkal eck ayns fardail Bible a: as nish t'ad aarloo, jerkal rish gialdyn y gheddyn voids. Bible; b: Er jerrey ooilley shegin da cooinaghtyn dy vel maishter echey ayns niau, da t'eh lhiastyn shirveish, as veih t'eh jerkal son faill sharvaant firrinagh. Bible

leodagh decreasing, degrading, derogatory: As y currym ocsyn eh gyn ve ard-chreeagh, agh dy ve soccaragh, cha nee dyn leodagh ad hene; dy ve dooie, aashagh dy ve er nyn loayrt roo; aarloo dy chur cooney voue, tra oddys ad dy mie shen y yannoo. CS

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