thickets (npl.) keylljyn: then the people did hide themselves in caves, and in thickets - eisht dollee yn pobble ad-hene ayns ooigyn, as ayns keylljyn Bible; thammagyn: they shall go into thickets - hed ad stiagh ayns ny thammagyn Bible
earishyn foddey beayn times past: Ta mish er choyrt da Jacob my harvaant, ynnyd-vaghee nyn ayraghyn, as ayns shen nee adsyn baghey, eer ad-hene, as nyn gloan, as cloan nyn glienney gys earishyn foddey beayn Bible
feill neu-ghooghyssagh strange flesh: ren er yn aght cheddin ad-hene y choyrt seose gys maarderys, as geiyrt er feill neu-ghooghyssagh, er nyn soiaghey magh son sampleyr, surranse kerraghey dowil yn aile dy bragh farraghtyn. Bible
niartaghey (=Ir. neartú) affirm, brace, cement, confirm, consolidate, extend, fortify, intensify, invigorate, nerve, reinforce, stiffen, strengthen: ren cloan Israel ad-hene y niartaghey Bible; affirmation, confirmation, consolidation, fortification, reinforcement; strengthening: As haink huggey ainle veih niau, dy niartaghey eh,; edify; succour
much people (n.) niart sleih: horses and much people - cabbil, as niart sleih Bible; mooarane pobble: to save much people alive - dy hauail mooarane pobble bio Bible; weight sleih: And Edom came out against him with much people - As haink Edom magh n’oï lesh weight sleih Bible; ymmodee sleih: And they went out, they and all their hosts with them, much people - As hie ad magh, ad-hene as ooilley ny deiney caggee oc mâroo, ymmodee sleih Bible; earroo mooar dy leih: much people gathered unto him - va earroo mooar dy leih er nyn jaglym cooidjagh huggey Bible; mooarane sleih: with horsemen, and companies, and much people - lesh markee, as sheshaghtyn-caggee, as mooarane sleih Bible; ymmodee dy leih: and much people followed him - as deiyr ymmodee dy leih Bible; shiartanse mooar dy leih
vile1 (adj.) drogh: and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment - as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey; Bible; dwoaieagh; dwoaiagh: then thy brother should seem vile unto - dy bee dty vraar eisht dwoaiagh ayns dty hilley Bible; fardailagh; melley; neu-chooie: For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections - Er-yn-oyr shoh livrey Jee ad seose gys yeearreeyn neu-chooie Bible; feohdagh: but unto this man do not so vile a thing - agh rish yn dooinney shoh, ny jean-jee lheid y peccah feohdagh Bible; mollaghtagh: er-yn-oyr dy ren e vec ad-hene mollaghtagh - because his sons made themselves vile Bible; marvaanagh: Who shall change our vile body - Nee caghlaa yn corp marvaanagh ain; (n.) moodjeen: The vile person shall be no more called liberal - Cha bee yn mooidjeen ny smoo enmyssit feoilt Bible
eajeeys atrocity, filth, ghastliness, monstrosity, odiousness; disgust; abomination: son nee mayd chebbal eajeeys ny Egyptianee gys y Chiarn y Jee ain Bible; uncleanness: t’ad lane dy chraueyn ny merriu, as jeh dy chooilley eajeeys; pollution: Agh shin dy scrieu huc, ad dy reayll ad-hene veih eajeeys jallooyn Bible
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