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agglish (=Ir. eaglais) (f.) (people) church; congregation, oratory: vishee ad yn Agglish dy chooilley laa, lesh lheid as va dy ve er ny sauail. CS [L. ecclesia]


Inexact matches:

Agglish Albinagh (f.) (Yn); (The) Church of Scotland, Kirk

Agglish Aspickagh (f.) (Yn); (The) Episcopal Church

Agglish Chatoleagh (f.) (Yn); (The) Catholic Church

Agglish Chleragh (f.) (Yn); (The) Presbyterian Church

Agglish Chohionnalagh (f.) Congregational Church

Agglish Heyr (f.) (Yn); (The) Free Church

Agglish Hostyn (f.) (Yn); (The) Church of England; Anglican Church

Agglish Phrotestoonagh (f.) (Yn); (The) Protestant Church

Agglish Raueagh (f.) (Yn); (The) Catholic Church

Agglish Vashtee (f.) (Yn); (The) Baptist Church

Agglish Vreck (f.) (Yn) Falkirk

balley moir-agglish cathedral town

Barrantee Agglish Church Commissioners

beaghey agglish benefice, church living

briw agglish Vicar general

cabbane agglish tabernacle: ta shiu er hoiaghey seose cabbane agglish Moloch Bible

canteyraght agglish (f.) plain chant

coyrle agglish (f.) convocation, synod

Coyrle-Agglish Ardjnagh (f.) Regional Synod

feyshteyder agglish catechist

meoir agglish apparitor, beadle

quaiyl agglish (f.) chapter court, consistory, spiritual court

raue agglish ecclesiastical edict

shirveish agglish (f.) church service

tent agglish tabernacle: ayndusyn te er seiaghe tent egluish ghon y griany : ta chiit magh mar duyne pust magh ass y hyambyr, as goyl bogey mar four dy ryi y ghus. Psalm1610

thie agglish parsonage, vicarage

'sy chenn agglish Casherick in the old Holy church

Agglish Heyr Chleragh (f.) (Yn); (The) Wee Free

Agglish ny Halbey (f.) (Yn); (The) Church of Scotland

Agglish ny Raue (f.) (Yn); (The) Church of Rome

agglish y stait (f.) (the) established church

charbaa veih'n agglish excommunicate, excommunication

clere ny h-agglish (f.) ecclesiastical body

kiaulleeaght ny h-Agglish Gregorian chant

leighder sy whaiyl agglish procurator

Shenn agglish Casherick Old Holy church: va oardagh crauee 'sy chenn agglish Casherick, ec toshiaght y Chargys dy row lheid ny persoonyn as v'er nyn gheddyn kyndagh jeh ard pheccah erbee, er nyn goyrt fo pennys foshlit PB1765

Agglish Yeesey Creest dy Nooghyn ny Laghyn Jerrinagh (The) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Catholic Church (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Chatoleagh, Agglish Raueagh

Church of Scotland (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Albinagh, Agglish ny Halbey

tabernacle (n.) cabbane, cabbane agglish, cabbaney, tent agglish; tabernacle

moir-agglish (=Ir. mathair-eaglis) (f.) cathedral, mother church: Ren mee lhaih dy row y Moir-agglish shen y Moir-agglish Gothagh jerrinagh dy row troggit sy Spaainey as syn Europey hene. Dhoor

church3 (n.) (people) agglish: The prayers of the church - Padjeryn yn agglish. DF idiom

Anglican Church (n.) Agglish Hostyn

apparitor (n.) beedyl; meoir agglish

Baptist Church (The); (Yn) Agglish Vashtee

catechist (n.) brialtagh, feyshteyder agglish

chapter court (n.) quaiyl agglish

Church Commissioners (npl.) Barrantee Agglish

church living (n.) beaghey agglish

church service (n.) shirveish agglish

Congregational Church (n.) Agglish Chohionnalagh

consistory (n.) cabdil, quaiyl agglish

ecclesiastical edict (n.) raue agglish

Episcopal Church (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Aspickagh

excommunication (n.) charbaa veih'n agglish

Falkirk (n.) (Yn) Agglish Vreck

Free Church (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Heyr

Kirk2 (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Albinagh

plain chant (n.) canteyraght agglish

Presbyterian Church (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Chleragh

Protestant Church (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Phrotestoonagh

spiritual court (n.) quaiyl agglish

synod (n.) coyrle agglish

Vicar general (n.) briw agglish

oltey (=Ir. alt) pl. oltaghyn (of group) member: ta'n persoon ta bashtit jeant oltey bio jeh Agglish Chreest CS Yn vondeish mooar ta dy ve oltey jeh Agglish Chreest. CS

beadle (n.) meoir agglish, meoir colaashtey

benefice (n.) beaghey agglish; currym killagh

Church of England (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Hostyn

church reforms (npl.) caghlaaghyn-Agglish

convocation (n.) chaglym-cooidjagh, coyrle agglish, meeiteil

ecclesiology (n.) agglish-oaylleeaght

established church (n.) (the) agglish y stait

High Church (n.) ard-agglish; (adj.) ard-agglishagh

oratory (n.) agglish; keeill; oraaidaght; raatys

Regional Synod (n.) Coyrle-Agglish Ardjnagh

Wee Free (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish Heyr Chleragh

agglish-oaylleeaght (f.) ecclesiology

ard-agglish (=Ir. airdeaglais) (f.) mother church, High Church

Gothagh Goth; Gothic: Ren mee lhaih dy row y Moir-agglish shen y Moir-agglish Gothagh jerrinagh dy row troggit sy Spaainey as syn Europey hene. Dhoor

olt (m., f.) See oltey pl. oltyn article, clause, commissure, connection, contribution, par, section; member: Cre'n vondeish ta liorish y ve Olt jeh Agglish Chreest? CS Cre'n resoon t'ayms dy chredjal dy vel mee m'Olt jeh'n Agglish, fakin dy vel whilleen foayr er ny yialdyn jee? CS; joint, limb, organ

cathedral town (n.) balley aspick, balley moir-agglish

Church of Rome (n.) (The); (Yn) Agglish ny Raue

ecclesiastical body (n.) clere ny h-agglish

excommunicate (v.) charbaa veih'n agglish; cur ard-chussey er; ard-chussey

Gregorian chant (n.) kiaulleeaght ny h-Agglish

mother church (n.) ard-agglish, moir-agglish, moir-cheeill

Old Holy church (n.) Shenn agglish Casherick

vicarage (n.) saggyrtys, thie agglish, thie yn taggyrt

stait (f.) body politic; state: Agglish y stait. DF

congregation (n.) chionnal, cohionnal, cruinnaghey, pobble; agglish; chymsaghey; sheshaght, slane sheshaght

parsonage (n.) thie agglish, thie yn taggyrt; thie yn phesson

procurator (n.) ynnydee: fer-oik 'syn ardschoill. KellyE; leighder sy whaiyl agglish; fer-oik 'syn ardschoill

dy arryltagh readily, voluntarily, willingly: ghow yn agglish dy arryltagh roo Bible

ostyllagh apostolic, apostolical: As ta mee credjal un Agglish Cadjin (Creestee) as Ostyllagh PB1765

recortyssit recorded, registered: agglish ny chied nooghyn, ta recortyssit ayns niau Bible

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (n.) (The) Agglish Yeesey Creest dy Nooghyn ny Laghyn Jerrinagh

fathers (npl.) ayraghyn: Fathers of the church - Ayraghyn ny h-Agglish. DF idiom

airhey (=Ir. airidh) gild, gilt, gilt-edged, golden: hug eh yn altar airhey ayns y chabbane-agglish Bible

boiraghyn distruptions: Dooinney ta jannoo boiraghynsyn agglish, lurg raaue ver ny choyrt da yn nah cheayrt, lhig da ve giarit-magh Bible

coardyn cords: Kibbinyn y chabbane-agglish, as kibbinyn y chooyrt, as ny coardyn oc Bible

corp Chreest sacrament: Ta shen dy ve Olt jeh'n Agglish echey ta enmyssit Corp Chreest, er yn oyr dy vel Creest y Kione dy reill ee liorish e lei ghaghyn as dy choadey ee liorish e Spyrryd. CS

dorrys (=Ir. doras) pl. dorryssyn 1 door, doorway, gate, portal a: hass eh ayns dorrys y chabbane-agglish Bible; 2 (of cart) back; 3 (of tent) fly [O.Ir. doirse]

dy siyragh accelerando; hastily, suddenly: As loayr y Chiarn dy siyragh rish Moses, as rish Aaron, as rish Miriam, Tar-jee magh nyn droor gys y chabbane agglish. Bible

fuill ooasle (f.) blue blood, noble blood: YEE Ooilley-niartal nyn Ayr flaunyssagh, t'er chionnaghey dhyt hene Agglish harrish y slane seihll, lesh fuill ooasle dty Vac deyr PB1765

gholl (dy); (to) go: Dy gholl gys Thie Yee dy chur booise gys Jee son e yiootyn gys e Agglish CS

goaill ass laue attempt, presume, suppose, undertake: Ta'n Agglish goaill ass laue dy vod ad, as ta ee gynsagh nyn lheid shoh cre nee ad. CS

haaue See taaue (ny) emeritus, retired: V'eh ny haggyrt ayns Agglish Vretin agh t'eh ny haaue nish. Carn; idle; idly; leisured

jannooyn activities: Ta shoh soilshit dy ve breag vooar tra ta shin aayeeaghyn ec ny jannooyn bunneydagh va ry-gheddyn dy aashagh ec yn chenn agglish veih traa Augustine. Dhoor

paganagh heathen, pagan: Reesht, ta'n agglish Chreestee er ngoaill greim jeh cliaghtey paganagh v'ec ny shenn Cheltiee. Carn

scarrey veih alienate, come away, detach, shut off: Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF

screeuaght (f.) literature: Agh tra ghow ad toshiaght mysh keead blein er dy henney dy chroo screeuaght noa, beign da fir screeuee caggey noi'n Victorianaghys as yn Agglish marish ooilley ny doilleeidyn elley. Carn

screeudeyrys writing: Va'n screeudeyrys shoh, ard-chummaghtagh ayns bleeantyn toshee yn agglish, er nakin son y traa s'jerree sy nuyoo keead. Dhoor

stiagh (=Ir. asteach, Sc. steach) indoors, inside, into, inwards: hie Moses as Aaron stiagh 'sy chabbane-agglish Bible; entrance

undin pl. undinyn base, basis, footing, footings, foundation, rock bottom: ta agglish yn Jee bio, yn pillar as undin yn irriney. Bible

cathedral ard-chiamble: We live opposite the cathedral - Ta shin baghey noi yn ardchiamble. JJK idiom; keeill aspickagh; moir-agglish

charity (n.) corp giastyllagh, sheshaght-ghiastyllagh; giastyllys: Which have borne witness of thy charity before the church - Ter nymmyrkey feanish jeh dty ghiastyllys kiongoyrt rish yn agglish Bible; graih: Charity suffereth long, and is kind - Ta graih surranse foddey, as tee dooie Bible; (v.) giastal

pattern jesheenaght; cosoyllaghey; sambyl: The pattern stands out against the cloth - Ta'n sambyl girree neese hood ass yn eaddagh. DF idiom; sampleyr: after the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pattern of all the instruments thereof - cordail rish sampleyr y chabbane-agglish, as sampleyr ooilley ny jeshaghtyn echey Bible; soylley; pattern: Then David gave to Solomon his son the pattern of the porch, and of the houses thereof - Eisht hug David da Solomon e vac pattern jeh porch y chiamble Bible

shall look failee: and thine eyes shall look - as failee dty hooillyn Bible; jeeaghee: he will bring me again, and shew me both it, and his habitation - as jeeagh-ee eh dou chammah shen as e chabbane-agglish Bible; hee-ys: And if the priest shall look - As my hee-ys y saggyrt Bible

state (v.) abbyr, gra; (n.) ashoon; cheer: Every state was represented - Va chaghter ass gagh cheer ayn. DF idiom; state; staydoilys: We dined in state - Dee shin ayns staydoilys. DF idiom; foaynoo; stayd: I want to hear the actual state of things - Saillym clastyn stayd firrinagh ny reddyn. DF idiom; stait: Divorce church from state - Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF idiom; steat: Weighed down with the affairs of state - Laadit lesh currymyn steat. DF idiom

ass-yn out of him; out of it: Ny lurg shoh hig yms reesht, as trog ym ass-yn noa cabbane-agglish Ghavid, ta er duittym Bible

feill y rea flesh of the ram: As nee Aaron as e vec gee feill y rea as yn arran t'ayns y vaskad, ec dorrys y chabbane-agglish. Bible

gour toward: hie ad gour nyn drommey, as huitt ad gys y thalloo. Bible; for: hug ad lhieu oural y Chiarn gour obbyr y chabbane-agglish, as gour ooilley e hirveish Bible

hendeil 1 (dy); (to); (at table) wait; 2 wait upon a: Shoh currym ny Leviteyn, veih queig bleeaney as feed dy eash as erskyn, hed ad stiagh dy hendeil er shirveish chabbane-agglish y cheshaght Bible

jeshaghtyn instruments: cordail rish sampleyr y chabbane-agglish, as sampleyr ooilley ny jeshaghtyn echey, eer myr shen nee shiu eh.

lesh y neear westward: Nee lught-thie ny Gershoniteyn grunt y ghoaill son nyn gabbaneyn cooyl y chabbane-agglish, lesh y neear Bible

lheanaghey1 beat out, branch out, broadening, dilate, dilation, expand, expansion, extend, extension, flare, flatten, sprain, widen, widening: Va currym doillee son fer-erbee va cheet ny joarree dys yn Ellan, as hug ny staydyn anreiltagh er lheanaghey yn scoltey eddyr Agglish as Steat. Coraa; (as chasm) yawn

ny jean don't: Ny jean giu feeyn ny jough lajer, uss, ny dty vec mayrt, tra ta shiu goll stiagh ayns y chabbane-agglish, Bible; do not

pohlldal endorse, maintain, support, uphold, warrant: Lesh un aigney, ta'n Choyrle-Agglish Ardjynagh pohlldal screeuyn hug Richard Corkill gys y Reiltys Goaldagh. BS; (of children) maintenance

raad stiagh adit, access, way in: Yn Spyrryd Noo cowraghey liorish shoh, nagh row yn raad stiagh gys yn ynnyd smoo casherick foast jeant foshlit, choud as va'n chied chabbane-agglish foast ny hassoo Bible

tesmadyn bars: As hug ad lhieu'n cabbane-agglish gys Moses, yn coodagh as ooilley ny va bentyn rish, ny clespyn, ny buird, ny tesmadyn, ny pillaryn, as ny socketyn echey Bible

ver-yms meeiteil da I will meet: Shen y raad ver-yms meeiteil da cloan Israel, as bee'n chabbane-agglish er ny chasherickey lesh my ghloyr. Bible

ynnyd casherick sanctuary: bee shen ynnyd son ny thieyn oc, as ynnyd casherick son y chabbane-agglish. Bible; shrine; oracle

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