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aer (=Ir. aer, Sc.G. adhar) (f.) aeronautical, air: lhig da'n aer ynrickys y gheayrtey neose Bible; pneumatic; atmosphere [O.Ir. aer]


Inexact matches:

aer glen fresh air

aer oor fresh air

aer plooghit fug

aer varrey sea air

ammyr aer (f.) air-channel

armee aer (f.) air-force

bac aer airlock

ben aer (f.) airwoman

bolgan aer air-hole

boyn aer pneumatic tyre

breek aer (f.) air-brick

chimlee aer ventilation shaft

chingys aer (f.) air-sickness

chionnid aer air-pressure

chioob aer air-tube

clooieshag aer (f.) air-cushion

cooylley aer (f.) air-valve, trapdoor

corradoyr aer air corridor

drogh aer foul air

feddan aer air-passage

fo'n aer outdoors: Hug eh er y gheay-niar dy heidey fo'n aer Bible

furnish aer blast furnace

glackan aer airbrake

gleashaght aer (f.) air-traffic

greie aer air-engine

gunnaghyn aer air weapons

gunney aer air-gun

gyn aer airless: Honnick mee'n traa va'n diunid doo as feayn, gyn aer, gyn aile, gyn thalloo as gyn keayn, gyn soilshey neesht PC

killeen aer air-cell

lheean aer airscrew

lhiabbee aer (f.) air-bed

lhong aer (f.) airship

lhuingys aer (f.) pl. lhuingyssyn-aer air-fleet, airline, airway; (air) armada

Lhuingys-aer Goaldagh British Airways

matras aer air-bed, air-mattress

pairk aer airfield

post aer airmail, air-post

pump aer air-pump

purt aer (=Ir. aerphort) (f.) airport

Raaidyn-Aer Goaldagh British Airways: Lurg ronsaghey, dooyrt eh, v'eh er ny hoilshaghey nagh row anchaslys, son y chooid smoo, eddyr barrantoilid as stundayrtyn Raaidyn-Aer Goaldagh as barrantoilid as stundayrtyn Skianyn Vannin. BS

saagh aer aircraft

scrod aer air-screw

shamyr aer (f.) air-chamber

shirveish aer air-force

sidoor aer airman, paratroop

skeaban aer air-brush

stiureyder aer air-pilot

'syn aer aloft: jeeagh nish seosesyn aer, as gow earroo ny rollageyn, my oddys oo ad y choontey Bible

tarrar aer air-drill, pneumatic drill

torpaid aer aerial torpedo

towl aer air-hole, air-shaft, ventilating shaft

trimmid aer air-pressure

turrys aer air-journey, air-passage

ynnyd aer air-base

ben 'syn armee aer (f.) airwoman

bieauid 'syn aer air-speed

ceau 'syn aer throw up; (as ball) toss

currit lesh yn aer airborne

eeanlee yn aer feathered race

ee fo'n aer picnic

feeuid 'syn aer airworthiness

floaddey 'syn aer levitation

jeenid noi aer air-tightness

jeen noi aer air-tight

kione y vreimmey 'syn aer topsy-turvy

kione y vremmey 'syn aer upside-down

lheim 'syn aer spring up

mooie fo'n aer alfresco, open-air: Dy chloie mooie fo'n aer. DF

mullagh yn aer canopy of Heaven

neeal yn aer face of the sky: O shiuish chrauee-oalsey, ta toiggal eu kys dy ghoaill baght jeh neeal yn aer, as nagh vod shiu baght y ghoaill jeh cowraghyn ny hearishyn? Bible

Purt Aer Ellan Vannin Isle of Man Airport

Purt Aer Vannin Isle of Man Airport

reiltys gleashaght aer air-traffic control

Stiureyder Phurt-Aer Roonysvaie Director of Ronaldsway Airport

Stiureyder y Phurt-aer Airport Director

air-bed (n.) matras aer, lhiabbee aer

air-force (n.) armee aer; shirveish aer

air-hole (n.) towl aer; bolgan aer

air-passage (n.) feddan aer; turrys aer

air-pressure (n.) chionnid aer; trimmid aer

fresh air (n.) aer glen; aer oor

airwoman (n.) ben aer, ben etlagh, ben 'syn armee aer

Isle of Man Airport (n.) Purt Aer Ellan Vannin, Purt Aer Vannin

aerial torpedo (n.) torpaid aer

aeronautical (adj.) aer, aer-lhuingyssagh, aer-shiaulteyragh

air1 (n.) cheerey, loayrt mychione; aer: The rain has cooled the air - Ta'n fliaghey er veayraghey yn aer. JJK idiom; (v.) aeral, cur 'sy gheay; chirmee: Air the sheets - Chirmee ny brelleeinyn. JJK idiom

air-base (n.) ynnyd aer

airbrake (n.) glackan aer

air-brick (n.) breek aer

air-brush (n.) skeaban aer

air-cell (n.) killeen aer

air-chamber (n.) shamyr aer

air-channel (n.) ammyr aer

air corridor (n.) corradoyr aer

aircraft (n.) etlan; saagh aer

air-cushion (n.) clooieshag aer

air-drill (n.) tarrar aer

air-engine (n.) greie aer

airfield (n.) pairk aer

air-fleet (n.) aer-lhuingys; lhuingys aer

air-gun (n.) gunney aer

airline (n.) aer-lhuingys; lhuingys aer

airlock (n.) bac aer

airmail (n.) post aer

airman (n.) sidoor aer

air-pilot (n.) etleyder, stiureyder aer

air-post post aer

air-pump (n.) pump aer

airscrew (n.) lheean aer

air-screw scrod aer

air-shaft (n.) towl aer

airship (n.) lhong aer

air-sickness (n.) chingys aer

air-speed (n.) bieauid 'syn aer

air-tight (adj.) jeen noi aer

air-tightness (n.) jeenid noi aer

air-traffic (n.) gleashaght aer

air-tube (n.) chioob aer

air-valve (n.) cooylley aer

air weapons (npl.) gunnaghyn aer

airworthiness (n.) feeuid 'syn aer

armada1 (n.) (air) lhuingys aer

foul air (n.) drogh aer

fug (n.) aer plooghit

levitation (n.) floaddey 'syn aer

paratroop (n.) paratroopey, sidoor aer

pneumatic (adj.) aer

pneumatic drill (n.) tarrar aer

sea air (n.) aer varrey

sky (v.) bwoalley 'syn ardjid; (n.) speyr; aer: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom

toss5 (v.) (as ball) ceau 'syn aer

ventilating shaft towl aer

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

scarr separate; take away; parted; separated; divided: scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer, veih ny ushtaghyn erskyn yn aer Bible

air armada (n.) aer-armada

air-conditioned (adj.) aer-oorit

air-cooled (adj.) aer-feayrit

air-journey (n.) turrys aer; turrys speyr

airless (adj.) breen; gyn aer; plooghagh

airlines (npl.) lhuingyssyn-aer

airlinks (npl.) kianglaghyn-aer

air-mattress (n.) matras aer; matras aeragh

air pump (n.) chionneyder-aer

air-raid (n.) aer-hoiagh; aer-soiagh

air services (npl.) shirveishyn-aer

air-stream (n.) aer-streeu

airway (n.) bollagh aeragh; lhuingys aer

airways (npl.) raaidyn-aer

barometer (n.) aer-veih, gless earish

blast furnace (n.) furnish aer, furnish-heidee

divided rheynnit: Let it be neither mine nor thine, but divide it - Ny lhig da ve edyr lhiams ny lhiats, agh lhig da ve rheynnit Bible; rheynn: He divided his goods between them - Rheynn eh e chooid orroo. DF idiom; reynn: and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads - as veih shen ve er ny reynn ayns kiare banglaneyn Bible; scarr: And God made the firmament, and divided the waters - As chroo Jee yn aer; as scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer Bible; scart: And the great city was divided into three parts - As van ard-valley mooar scart ayns three ayrnyn Bible; yiare: And he took unto him all these, and divided them in the midst - As ghow eh ad shoh ooilley, as yiare eh dagh unnane oc ayns daa ayrn Bible

dogfight (n.) aer-chaggey, caggey moddee

feathered race (npl.) eeanlee yn aer

outdoors (n., adv.) fo'n aer; magh; mooie

skydive (v.) lheim-aer

skydiver (n.) lheimmeyder-aer

skydiving lheim-aer

trapdoor (n.) cooylley aer, cooylley hroggee

aer-armada air armada

aer-chaggey dogfight

aer-feayrit air-cooled

aer-hoiagh air-raid

aer-lhuingys (f.) air-fleet, airline

aer-lhuingyssagh aeronautical

aer-oorit air-conditioned

aer-shiaulteyragh aeronautical

aer-soiagh air-raid

aer-streeu (f.) air-stream

aer-veih barometer

chionneyder-aer air pump

kianglaghyn-aer airlinks

lheim-aer skydive, skydiving

lheimmeyder-aer skydiver

lhuingyssyn-aer airlines

ny (=Ir. na) 1 (npl.) the a: As chroo Jee yn aer; as scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer Bible; 2 (gen.) of, of the: Shoh fer jeh cloan ny Hebrewnee. Bible; 3 what, whether, who: nee dty Ayr ta fakin ny ta jeant dy follit Bible; 4 or, nor: Ben-treoghe, ny ben scarrit, ny dy ghrogh ghoo, ny streebagh Bible; 5 do not, not: ny jean-jee yn ommijys shoh. Bible

raaidyn-aer airways: v'eh er ny hoilshaghey nagh row anchaslys, son y chooid smoo, eddyr barrantoilid as stundayrtyn Raaidyn-Aer Goaldagh as barrantoilid as stundayrtyn Skianyn Vannin. BS

shirveishyn-aer (f.) air services

airborne (adj.) currit lesh yn aer; getlagh

airport (n.) magher-etlee; purt aer; towl ennal

Airport Director (n.) Stiureyder y Phurt-aer

air-traffic control (n.) reiltys gleashaght aer; stiurey traaght-er

alfresco (adj., adv.) cheumooie; fo'n speyr; mooie fo'n aer

British Airways Raaidyn-Aer Goaldagh; Lhuingys-aer Goaldagh

canopy of Heaven (n.) mullagh yn aer

face of the sky (n.) neeal yn aer

open-air mooie fo'n aer; mooie fo'n speyr

pneumatic tyre (n.) boyn aer; boyn bog; crou vog

throw up (v.) ceau seose, ceau 'syn aer

ventilation shaft chimlee aer; towl geayee

eddrymee light: Ny s'eddrymee na'n aer. DF

aloft (adv.) er-lout; erskyn; heose; 'sy speyr; 'syn aer; 'syn yrdjey

Director of Ronaldsway Airport (n.) Stiureyder Phurt-Aer Roonysvaie

picnic (v.) ee fo'n aer, picnical; (n.) lhongey fo'n speyr, picnic; lhongey-mooie

spring up (v.) cheet er ash; gobbey neese; lheim ny hassoo; lheim 'syn aer

bounsal bouncing: thousaneyn heeagh oo bounsal seose 'syn aer PC

chent pl. chentyn flash, flash of light: Honnick mee chent 'syn aer DF

doshil opened: doshil eh eh dorryssyn yn aer Bible

eeanlee fowl, fowls, poultry: Jeh eeanlee yn aer myrgeddin shiaght piyryn Bible

genmys appointing, appointment, direction: As ren Jee genmys yn aer Niau Bible

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