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afraid (adj.) aggle er: I'm afraid his mother will be very uneasy - Ta aggle orrym dy bee e voir feer neuaashagh. JJK idiom; agglit; fo atchim


Inexact matches:

sore afraid fo aggle trome roish

agglit afraid: v'ad dy mooar agglit. Bible; dismayed

danger (n.) cryggyl, dangere, gaue, geiyaght; danjeyr: The timid man is afraid of the least danger - Ta'n dooinney faitagh goaill aggle roish danjeyr sloo. JJK idiom

defend (v.) caddey; coadaghey; coadey; fendeil: Don't be afraid, he'll defend you well - Ny bee aggle erriu, nee eh fendeil shiu dy-mie. JJK idiom; shassoo ass lieh

dusty (adj.) joanagh: I'm afraid the roads will be very dusty - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ny raaidyn feer joanagh. JJK idiom; joanlagh, leoiragh; brineenagh

How (adv., interrog.) Cre'n aght, Kanys; Cammah: How wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine hand - Cammah, nagh row aggle ort dy heeyney magh dty laue Bible

mariners (npl.) marrinee: Then the mariners were afraid - Eisht va aggle er ny marrinee Bible; shiolteyryn: all the ships of the sea with their mariners - ooilley lhongyn ny marrey lesh nyn shiolteyryn Bible

roads (npl.) bayryn; raaidyn: I'm afraid the roads will be very dusty - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ny raaidyn feer joanagh. JJK idiom

scold (v.) cur da, sheebey; troiddey: I'm afraid the teacher will scold me - Ta aggle orrym dy jean y fer-ynsee troiddey mee. JJK idiom; (n.) postyr; beealeyrey

shall hear2 (interrog.) chluinnee; clynnee: The people shall hear, and be afraid - Clynnee yn pobble, as bee aggle orroo Bible

timid1 (n., adj.) aggleydagh; faitagh: The timid man is afraid of the least danger - Ta'n dooinney faitagh goaill aggle roish danjeyr sloo. JJK idiom; fashagh; scaagh

uneasy (adj.) anaashagh, corragh, graue-aashagh, imneagh; neuaashagh: I'm afraid his mother will be very uneasy - Ta aggle orrym dy bee e voir feer neuaashagh. JJK idiom

aggle er afraid, windy: Dooinney erbee ta aggle er, as lhagchreeagh, lhig da goll roish gys e hie Bible

fo aggle trome roish sore afraid: As va Moab fo aggle trome roish y pobble Bible

careless (adj.) meerioosagh: Many days and years shall ye be troubled, ye careless women - Ymmodee laghyn as bleeantyn vees shiu seaghnit, shiuish vraane mee-rioosagh Bible; neuchiarailagh; neuchurrymagh; neuharroogh: hear my voice, ye careless daughters - clasht-jee rish my ghoo, shiuish inneenyn neu-harroogh Bible; almoragh: to make the careless Ethiopians afraid - dy chur ny Ethiopianee almoragh ayns aggle Bible

fo atchim awe-stricken, terror-stricken: Nish tra hie yn skeeal jeh shoh magh, haink y pobble cooidjagh, as v'ad fo atchim erskyn-towse, er-yn-oyr dy row dy chooilley ghooinney clashtyn ad loayrt ayns glare e ghooie hene. Bible; afraid, awestricken, terified; astonished: Ta pillaryn yn aer er-creau, as fo atchim ee e oghsan. Bible

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