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accryssee (ny); (the) hungry: As ayns shen teh soiaghey ny accryssee Bible


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accryssagh 1 starving, underfed a: Cha bee ad accryssagh arragh Bible; 2 (n.) pl. accryssee hungry person

gee (=Ir. ithe) dining, eating, feeding: Yn fouyr oc ta ny accryssee gee seose Bible

hungry (adj.) (as eye) sayntagh; (npl.) (the); (ny) accryssee; g'accyrys: You're hungry, aren't you? - Ta shiu g'accyrys, nagh vel? JJK idiom

gyn fastee exposed, unscreened, unsheltered: Nagh nee dy rheynn dty arran er ny accryssee, as dy der oo lhiat ny ymmyrchee ta gyn fastee gys dty hie? Bible

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