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ain (=Ir. againn) 1 our, ours a: Hooar yn ayr ain baase ayns yn aasagh Bible; 2 at us; 3 have; 4 we have a: Agh cur-my-ner, my hem mayd cre tain dy hebbal dan dooinney? Bible


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ain hene 1 ours; 2 our own a: Ee mayd yn arran ain hene, as nee mayd ceau yn coamrey ain hene Bible

Cummal Ain (Yn) Our Dwelling

Edd Ain (Yn) Our Nest

noi ain against us: son ta ny kercheenyn dy daaney er jeet sheese noi ain dy chaggey, dy vod ad 've dy bollagh er ny'n stroie. Apoc

son ain for us: Tar, as lhig dooin goll thie; er-aggle nagh nee son ny assylyn vees m'ayr imneagh, agh er ny son ain hene. Bible

Thie Ain (Yn) Our Home: Beamyn yn thie ain jeh cedar, as ny jeaystyn juys. Bible

harrish yn oayllys ain beyond our ken

ny vud ain among us: Quoi eh ny vud ain nee goaill er hoshiaght dy chaggey noi cloan Ammon ? Bible

Ven Seyr ain (f.) (Yn) Our Lady

ours (pron) ain: That son of ours - Yn mac shen ain. DF idiom; dooin: Friend of ours - Carrey dooin. DF idiom; lhien: It's ours - Lhien eh. DF idiom; lhiens: What is ours is yours - Ny ta lhiens t'eh lhieuish. DF idiom; nyn: Your country and ours - Nyn jeer as nyn jeers. DF idiom; (emph.) ain hene; ainyn: My uncle's carriage is more convenient than ours - Ta fainagh my naim ny s'cooiey na'n fer ainyn. JJK idiom

electragh electric: Ayns y thie ainyn ta aileyn gas as electragh ain. JJK; electrical: Ta soilshey electragh ain. JJK

mac (=Ir. mac) pl. mec son: Ta fys ain dy nee shoh yn mac ain Bible [O.Ir. mac]

against us nyn oi: The current is against us - Ta'n troa nyn oi. DF idiom; noi ain: The weather is against us - Ta'n emshir noi ain. DF idiom

at us ain

Our Dwelling (n.) (Yn) Cummal Ain

Our Home (n.) (Yn) Thie Ain

Our Nest (n.) (Yn) Edd Ain

way of living aght baghee: Our way of living - Yn aght baghee ain. - Yn aght baghee ain. DF idiom

we have ain

deiney mooinjer kinsmen: My ta deiney mooinjer ain, she bannaght ad veih Jee; as my ta noidjyn ain, tad slattyn ayns e laue dy smaghtagh shin, er-nonney dy chur orrin ve kiarailagh jeh nyn raai CS; cousins; friends

fer-chassid accuser: Nish ta er jeet saualtys, as niart, as reeriaght yn Jee ain, as pooar yn Creest echey: son ta fer-chassid nyn mraaraghyn tilgit sheese, ren adsyn y chassid fenish yn Jee ain oie as laa. Bible

among us ny vud ain

have (possess) ec: She has an enchanting voice and a vivid imagination - Ta coraa obbee eck as sheiltynys bioyr. JJK idiom; echey: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red ennagh dy ee ve echey. JJK idiom; oc: Have they a table-cloth? - Vel aanrit-boayrd oc? JJK idiom; eu: Have you got any money? - Vel veg dy argid eu? JJK idiom; ain: Have we any glasses? - Vel glessyn erbee ain? JJK idiom; aym: Have I not a carriage? - Nagh vel carriads aym? JJK idiom; ayd: You have some butter - Ta eeym ayd. JJK idiom; eck

our (pron) ain, ainyn: We shall soon have forgotten all our French - S'gerrid bee ooilley nyn Vrangish jarroodit ain. JJK idiom; ar; nar; nyn: We shall soon be at our journey's end - Beemayd dy-gerrid ec kione nyn yurnaa. JJK idiom

Our Lady (n.) (Yn) Ven Seyr ain

beyond our ken harrish yn oayllys ain

baghee of life: Yn aght baghee ain. DF

carraneyn slippers: Cha carraneyn ain. JJK

flurt celebration, feast: Va flurt beg ain. DF

lieh-laa half-day: Bee lieh-laa-feailley ain fastyr jiu? JJK

sooghyn berries: Veagh sooghyn-croau er ve ain. JJK

slippers (npl.) carraneyn: We had no slippers - Cha row carraneyn ain. JJK idiom

thimble (n.) mairane: Haven't we a thimble? - Nagh vel mairane ain? JJK idiom

veal (n.) feill lheiy: We had some veal - Va feill-lheiy ain. JJK idiom

beïll mouths: As nee ny beïll ain soilshaghey magh dty voylley. PB1765

cummaghyn shapes; inventions; plans: Cha nel eh freggyrt rish ny cummaghyn ain. DF

dreamalyn dreams: hug eh bun dooin er ny dreamalyn ain Bible

frytlagyn rags: ta ooilley yn ynrickys ain myr frytlagyn broghe Bible

fys er (into) insight: S'maynrey shin, ain ta fys er ny reddyn shoh CS

Garey Beg Little Garden: Shegin ve garey beg ain. JJK

Garey Mooar Big Garden, Great Garden: Nagh vel garey mooar ain? JJK

geurey creoi cold winter: Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK

ghell dealt, entreated: Ghell eh shoh dy foalsey rish y chynney ain Bible

jannoo ardeailley celebrate: Jannoo ardeailley jeh'n varriaght ain. DF

jeaystyn beams: Beamyn yn thie ain jeh cedar, as ny jeaystyn juys. Bible

padjeraghyn collects, prayers: Hiarn klast rish ny paidjraghyn ain. PB1610

shickyree affirmatory: Ta ain myrgeddin goo shickyree dy adeyrys Bible

shyrgaghey dried, withered: nish ta'n vioys ain shyrgaghey ersooyl Bible

sterrymagh inclement, stormy, tempestuous: Bee turrys sterrymagh ain jiu. DF

toilchinys desert, merit: ta shin er gheddyn toilchinys cooie yn jannoo ain Bible

yiogh would find: Yiogh ad sluight ec y thie ain. DF

after this (ny) yei shoh; (ny) lurg shoh: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom

arrangement (n.) oardagh; reaghys: We had an arrangement - Va reaghys eddyr ain. DF idiom

Autumn (n.) (yn) Fouyr: We've had a splendid autumn this year - Ta fouyr feer aalin er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

bellows (npl.) builg-heidee: We have no bellows in our house - Cha nel builg-heidee erbee 'sy thie ain. JJK idiom

by marriage trooid poosey: We have a distant relationship by marriage - Ta cleuinys foddey magh ain. DF idiom

celebration (n.) ard-eailley, cummal, kelloorey; flurt: We had a little celebration - Va flurt beg ain. DF idiom

Christmas (n.) Nollick; Nollick Vooar; Laa Nollick Beg; Ollick: I wish it were already Christmas - Saillym dy beagh yn Ollick hannah ain. JJK idiom [Ir. Nollaig]

cloudy (adj.) bodjallagh: The weather is cloudy - Ta'n emshir bodjallagh. JJK idiom; mooirjeenagh: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom; neuheelit

cold feayght; feayr: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom; feayraght; mughane: She has a bad cold - Ta mughane olk eck. JJK idiom

concert (n.) co-choyrle, cuirrey kiaull; concert: Shan't we have a concert ? - Nagh bee consert ain? JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo ayns co-choyrle, jannoo cooidjagh

disagree (v.) neuchoardail, streeu, tuittym magh; meechoardail: I disagree with you - Ta meechoardail eddyr ain. DF idiom

dogfish (n.) caillagh vreck; gobbag: Our netting is eaten by the dogfish - Ta'n snaie ain eeit ec y ghobbag. DF idiom

done away (v.) callit: Why should the name of our father be done away from among his family - Cren faveagh ennym yn ayr ain callit mastey e chynney Bible; lheie ersooyl; coyrt naardey

Easter (n.) Caisht: We had holidays at Easter - Va laghyn feailley ain er yn Chaisht. JJK idiom

electric (adj.) electragh: We have electric light - Ta soilshey electragh ain. JJK idiom; lectragh

emotional (adj.) ennaghtagh, toghtagh: We must rid ourselves of all emotional attachments - Shegin dooin geddyn rey rish ooilley ny hehllaghyn ain. DF idiom

family (n.) chymsaght, clein, kynnee, kynney, lhiannoo, lhoirran, mooinjer, sleih, sluight; lught thie: My sister is the tallest of our family - Ta'n chuyr aym y nane s'lhiurey jeh'n lught-thie ain. JJK idiom

fires (npl.) aileyn: In our house we have electric and gas fires - Ayns y thie ainyn ta aileyn gas as electragh ain. JJK idiom

forever2 (past) er dy rieau: He is our God for ever - T'eh yn Jee ain er dy rieau. DF idiom

for us er-nyn-son: Pray for us! - Gow padjer er nyn son! DF idiom; nyn gour: This table is reserved for us - Ta'n boayrd shoh nyn gour. DF idiom; son ain

frost (v.) cur brat shugyr er, cur treinaghyn rioee er, riojey; (n.) rio: To-morrow we shall have hard frost - Bee rio creoi ain mairagh. JJK idiom

gas (n.) gas: In our house we have electric and gas fires - Ayns y thie ainyn ta aileyn gas as electragh ain. JJK idiom; (v.) cur gas da, gassaghey, mooghey lesh gas, skeaylley gas caggee

glasses (n.) glessyn: Have we any glasses? - Vel glessyn erbee ain? JJK idiom; glessyn-sooilley; speckleyryn: He wears glasses - T'eh ceau speckleyryn. DF idiom; glonnaghyn

hard creoi: To-morrow we shall have hard frost - Bee rio creoi ain mairagh. JJK idiom; doccaragh; doillee; dy creoi, dy lajer; dy trome; geyre; lajer; reen; trome

harps claasee; claasaghyn: As for our harps, we hanged them up - Er son ny claasaghyn ain, hrogh shin ad seose Bible

hearts (npl.) creeaghyn: You know the secrets of our hearts - Shione dhyt folliaghtyn ny creeaghyn ain. DF idiom; creeghyn

holiday (n.) feailley: Shall we have a half-holiday this afternoon? - Bee lieh-laa-feailley ain fastyr jiu? JJK idiom; laa seyr

means aght: Have we the means to do it ? - Vel yn aght ain dy yannoo eh? DF idiom; ash; cooid; fort; saaseyn

netting cuirr ingagh, jannoo jeebin, tayrn eeast ayns ingagh; lieen; mogglys; snaie: Our netting is eaten by the dogfish - Ta'n snaie ain eeit ec y ghobbag. DF idiom

on this side er y cheu shoh: that the possession of our inheritance on this side Jordan may be our's - dy vod cummal yn eiraght ain ve er y cheu shoh dy Yordan Bible

oppression (n.) chenjaght, chenjys, drogh-chorrym, laue-lajerys; tranlaase: and looked on our affliction, and our labour, and our oppression - as yeeagh eh er nyn seaghyn, y deinys, as y tranlaase ain Bible

parish (n.) skeerey: There are a thousand and five houses in our parish - Ta thousane as queig dy hieyn 'sy skeerey ain. JJK idiom; skyll, skylley

parsley (n.) parsal: We had had some parsley - Va parsal er ve ain. JJK idiom; perslee

plans (npl.) plannyn; cummaghyn: It doesn't fit in with our plans - Cha nel eh freggyrt rish ny cummaghyn ain. DF idiom

priests (npl.) saggartyn; saggyrtyn: And hast made us unto our God kings and priests - As tou er nyannoo shin dan Jee ain, reeaghyn as saggyrtyn Bible

rain (v.) ceau, ceau fliaghey; (n.) fliaghey: I believe we shall have rain before long - Ta mee credjal dy bee fliaghey ain roish foddey. JJK idiom; jeein

reason (v.) arganey, resoonaghey, resooney, skaliygh; (n.) fa, oyr; resoon: We've reason to believe that our under-taking will prove lucrative - Ta resoon ain credjal dy jeanmayd argid ass y ventyr. JJK idiom

relationship (n.) cochiangley, kiangley; caarjys; cleuinys: We have a distant relationship by marriage - Ta cleuinys foddey magh ain. DF idiom

relationship by marriage cleuinys: We have a distant relationship by marriage - Ta cleuinys foddey magh ain. DF idiom

rid (v.) cur fo chosh, glenney, reaghey; geddyn rey rish: We must rid ourselves of all emotional attachments - Shegin dooin geddyn rey rish ooilley ny hehllaghyn ain. DF idiom

secrets (npl.) folliaghtyn: You know the secrets of our hearts - Shione dhyt folliaghtyn ny creeaghyn ain. DF idiom

severe (adj.) barbagh, dewil, lhome, loghtal, trome; creoi: Do you remember the year we had the severe winter? - Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK idiom

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

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

small (adj.) beg: We must have a small garden - Shegin ve garey beg ain. JJK idiom; beggey; keyl; myn; dy myn; keylley

space1 (n.) barney, space, tammylt, thammylt; (v.) scarrey veih my cheilley; spoar; feaynid: Intergalactic space - Yn feaynid mooar. DF idiom; reamys: We haven't much space - Cha nel monney reaymys ain. DF idiom

splendid (adj.) aalin: We've had a splendid autumn this year - Ta fouyr feer aalin er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom; ard-yindyssagh; braew; soilsheanagh

tallest (adj.) smoo; (comp./sup.) s'lhiurey: My sister is the tallest of our family - Ta'n chuyr aym y nane s'lhiurey jeh'n lught-thie ain. JJK idiom

this year (n.) myleeaney; mleeaney: We've had no winter this year - Cha nel geurey erbee er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

thousand (n.) jeih keead, meeilley; milley; thousane: There are a thousand and five houses in our parish - Ta thousane as queig dy hieyn 'sy skeerey ain. JJK idiom

vision (n.) ashlins; ashlish: He appeared in a vision - Haink eh rish ayns ashlish. DF idiom; reayrtys: Beyond our vision - Ass yn reayrtys ain. DF idiom; shilley: Turn on the vision - Cur bree da'n chilley. DF idiom

wind1 (n.) ennal; geay: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (v.) cassey, togher, troggal

amylt swim: lurg oie gharroo gyn monney cadley ain, hie y cooinseilagh son amylt 'syn aarkey bunnys! GK; swimming

anchasherickey profane: bee ooilley Judea ny hraartys, as yn ynnyd casherick ain vees er ny spooilley; as nee eh geearree son anchasherickey Yn chooid cheddin ec y veeal ainyn. Apoc

annooinidyn 1 infirmities a: Tan Spyrryd hene myrgeddin niartaghey lesh ny annooinidyn ain Bible; 2 passions a: Cha vel shinyn agh deiney jeh ny annooinidyn cheddin riu hene Bible

ard-jeeanid enthusiasm: Ta fys ain dy vel ardjeeanid son cooishyn Celtiagh kinjagh cheet neese sheese (goll rish ooilley cooishyn sheelnaue). Carn

aspickyn bishops: Cur neose er ny Aspickyn as ny Shirveishee ain, as er dy chooilley Heshaght t'er ny choyrt fo'n churrym oc, yn Spyrryd slayntoil jeh dty ghrayse PB1765; overseers

ballish he would wish: Haink yn er shoh, er e yoarreeaght ny vud ain; as nish ballish 've ny vriw: nish dell mayd ny smessey rhyt's na roosyn. Bible

begganid littleness, slightness, smallness: ta shin gaccan trooid as trooid mychione begganid ny croityn ain, genney eairee as dy vel nyn maylteeyn ro-ard. NNS

biall obedient: O ven, cre sheeagh y treisht v'ou 'ss as mish ayn, dy beagh y seihll mooar coamrit lesh nyn gloan dy hirveish Jee as dy chur biall da trooid ny sheelogheyn ain bio son dy bra? PC

bolg (=Ir., Sc.G bolg) 1 pl. builg abdomen, belly, corporation, stomach, tummy a: tan bolg ain lhiantyn gys y thalloo Bible; 2 (of lamp) bowl; 3 bilge [O.Ir. bolg]

broghe corrupt, dirty, filthy: ta ooilley yn ynrickys ain myr frytlagyn broghe Bible; unclean; impure

brynt (as person) blunt: Ec y thie ain v'ee rieau brynt as litcheragh agglagh; v'ee gaccan dy kinjagh mychione yn Whallag Dhoor; outspoken; saucy

bunneydagh authoritative, basic, elemental, firsthand, fundamental, fundamentalist, original, primitive, primordial, radical, rudimentary, underlying, vital: Ta doilleeid bunneydagh ain 'syn chooish shoh. Carn

caffee (=Ir. caife) coffee: Lurg tammylt beg va cappanyn dy caffee ain, bine dy yough neesht, as aile fuygh lostey dy gennal 'sy chiollagh. Carn

caghlaait (=Ir. claochlaithe) altered, changed, reformed, transformed, varied: Ta fys ain dy vel shin caghlaait veih baase gys bea Bible

Caillin ny Leoie Cinderella: Ta sym mooar ec scoillaryn neesht - cha nel y Ghaelg ain Caillin ny Leoie ny sodjey. Dhoor

callinagh bodily, constitutional, corporal, physical; carnal: Son ta fys ain dy vel y leigh spyrrydoil: agh ta mish callinagh creckit fo peccah Bible

ceau stiagh cast in, interject, throw in: Ceau stiagh dty chronney ny mast' ain Bible

cha nel See cha vel am not, are not, is not, isn't: Cha nel shin lowit creck y pabyr ain. Carn

chengey ny mayrey (f.) mother tongue, native language: As kys dy vel shin clashtyn dy chooilley ghooinney loayrt ayns chengey ny mayrey ain hene? Bible

chur tayrn (dy); (to) give a pull: agh cha bee feme ain er y tayrneyder dy chur tayrn dooin yn keayrt shoh. Dhoor

cleuinys (f.) affinity, family connection, relationship by marriage: Ta cleuinys foddey magh ain. DF; relationship

co-eiraght (f.) co-heirship, parcenary, common heritage: Donald Gelling, yn Ard- shirveishagh ain, t'eh jerkal dy jean y cheayrt mooadaghey yn co- obbraghey eddyr daa ashoon as ram co-eiraght oc. BS

coill dog: T'eh jeeaghyn dy jinnagh ny Americanee red erbee dy gheddyn greim er "yn coill ain hene" ayns Iran as cheeraghyn elley. Carn

cooilleen avenge, accomplish, fulfil, implement, recompense; revenge, vengeance: dy ockleymagh ayns Zion kerraghey voish y Chiarn y Jee ain, yn cooilleen t'eh er ghoaill son e hiamble Bible; (pl -aghyn) fulfilment, accomplishment, achievement; payment

corp marvaanagh vile body: yn Chiarn Yeesey Creest nee caghlaa yn corp marvaanagh ain Bible

cosney er ash (money) win back; gain back: By haittin lhiam cosney er ash da'n vaatey son dy ymmyrt seose y phurt hene gys Thie Liauyr ny Loghlinee as ny mraane as paitchyn ain fieau orrin aynshid. GK

crackan (=Ir., Sc.G. craiceann) fur, hide, peel, pelt, rind, skin, slough, parchment: Va'n crackan ain doo myr yn oghe Bible [O.Ir. croiccenn]

Creteyn Cretes: Creteyn as Arabianee, ta shin clasht yn ad loayrt ayns ny chengaghyn ain hene, Bible

cultoor culture: ta'n ashoon as cultoor ain bunnys caillt fo'n cherroo argid as ny mwannalyn liauyr veih Sostyn. Carn

cur neose dismount; lower; send down: Cur neose dty Spyrryd casherick, as deayrt ayns ny creeaghyn ain yn gioot smoo ooasle shen dy ghiastyllys, yn eer kiangley dy hee, as jeh dy chooilley ghrays PB1765; put down

daanys 1 boldness, confidence, courage, daring, resolution, self-assurance, spunk a: Ny hrooid ta daanys ain Bible; 2 cheek, cockiness, effrontery, impudence, rudeness, temerity: t'eh er n'yannoo daanys er ynnyd casherick y Chiarn Bible

d'ee ate: D'ee ny ayraghyn ain manna ayns yn aasagh; myr te scruit, Hug eh daue arran veih niau dy ee. Bible

dooghys ny foalley carnality: As ghow yn Goo er dooghys ny foalley, as ren eh baghey nyn mast' ain Bible

drogh-chorrym (f.) bad justice, foul play, ill-treatment, oppression: Ghell eh shoh dy foalsey rish y chynney ain, as hug eh drogh-chorrym da nyn ayraghyn, myr shen dy row ad eginit nyn ~,loan veggey y hilgey magh, dy ve stroit. Bible

drogh-yannoo evil doings, iniquity, malpractice, misdeed, misdemeanour, transgression: ta'n drogh-yannoo ain er ny vishaghey kiongoyrt rhyt Bible; wickedness

dy gennal blithely, cheerfully: Lurg tammylt beg va cappanyn dy caffee ain, bine dy yough neesht, as aile fuygh lostey dy gennal 'sy chiollagh. Carn

eairee (f.) hill pasture, shieling: Shta shin gaccan trooid as trooid mychione begganid ny croityn ain, genney eairee as dy vel nyn maylteeyn ro-ard. NNS

erbey but; (unless) except: cha beagh fys ain eer y chooish shoh erbey dy ren yn Olloo Mayl Dolley obbyr feer ymmydoil orroo. GB

er hoshiaght 1 in the van; 2 (forward) on a: Quoi eh ny vud ain nee goaill er hoshiaght dy chaggey noi cloan Ammon? Bible

er lhiam pene I imagine: Er lhiam pene dy row startey mie jeant ain shiaulley y vaatey as foddee eer ny smoo scanshoil, cur Ellan Vannin er e toshiaght as soilshaghey magh Feailley Thousa GK; it is my opinion

er y cheu shoh on this side: er-yn-oyr dy vel yn eiraght ain er duittym hooin er y cheu shoh dy Yordan, lesh y niar. Bible

er yn aigney echey on his mind: Ta Jee ny ayraghyn ain er dty reih, dy voddagh fys y ve ayd er yn aigney echey Bible

eunyssagh delectable, delicious, delightful, enchanting, pleasant, rapturous: ta ooilley ny nheeghyn eunyssagh ain er nyn goyrt naardey Bible; (n.) pleasure-seeker

feer chreoi adamantine, very hard: Vraaraghyn dooie, marym's t'er surranse jiu tooilleil as pian da'n dooghys ain feer chreoi PC

fer-loayrt advocate: My ta duyne erbi jeanu peky, ta ain fer loyrt er nan son: marish yn aer Iesy Khrist ta kayr, as she eshyn fer y grays erson nan bekaghyn. PB1610

fer y ghrayse propitiation: My ta duyne erbi jeanu peky, ta ain fer loyrt er nan son: marish yn aer Iesy Khrist ta kayr, as she eshyn fer y grays erson nan bekaghyn. PB1610

fishag (f.) physics: cha nod ny studeyryn fishag ain jannoo algebra nish, myr sampleyr! Carn

fo arrey under surveillance: Tooryn ard niau ta seyr sthill veih danjeyr y noidys ain; t'ad freilt fo arrey gyere dy ainleyn sollys, eillit lesh pooar nyn ree. PC

fort ability, means: son ta fort dy liooar ain dy gheddyn barriaght er Bible; validity

freayll sheese keep down: agh ta fys ain er un red, bee curnaght voish ny cheernyn mooie lieeney stiagh orrin, as freayll sheese price yn arroo myr boallagh eh. Dhoor

gagh un every: Paidjraghyn dy ve er na ra nyrg yn ourelyght nar nagh bii khristiyght erbi ain gygh yn leid la shen anayn PB1610

garran COMPARE giarran garron, gelding, hack, pony: Va Garran as Float ain, as va shin goll mygeayrt Phurt ny h'Inshey creck vainney veih thie dy hie. LTQ

gheddyn (dy); (to) get: nagh gliaghtmayd dy bragh lheid ny aghtyn dy gheddyn nyn meaghey as ta fys ain nagh jean eh dy bragh y vannagh. CS

giallit bleached, fulled, whitened; promised: Dy chooilleeney yn vyghin va giallit da ny ayraghyn ain Bible

gollish exudation, perspire, sweat, sweating: ayns traa cooie va shin goaill bine dy lhune losserey cheu mooie thie-thooit 'sy valley beg Cregneash son va chiass mie ayn as va shin gollish lurg yn laboraght ain. MB

gollrooin like us: V'eh er ny chroo 'sy jalloo ain, gollrooin ayns cairys, creenaght, tushtey as resoon PC

grineyn cereals: Y corran beaynee: giarrey sthilk, livrey grineyn, cur niart da'n chree ain. Dhoor

gyn enmys unaddressed, unspecified: agh t'eh scanshoil gyn enmys dy chooilley hingys nagh vel tushtey ain Dhoor

gyn peccah sinless: My ta shin gra dy vel shin gyn peccah, ta shin molley shin hene, as cha vel yn irriney ain. Bible

hebbal (dy); (to) offer, sacrifice: ta shin guee ort, jurnah three laa gys yn aasagh, dy hebbal oural gys y Chiarn y Jee ain Bible

heose ny greeishyn upstairs: Va'n shapp-obbree seyir-thie ain er yn chied laare, heose ny greeishyn JG

hur baase died: gynsaghey dy chur graih da as dy vannaghey ny tranlaasee ain, lurg sampleyr yn Noo Steaon yn chied er hur baase son dty Chredjue PB1765

iut drunk: Lurg lieh oor dy hraa foddee, va'n lhune iut ain as v'eh foin goll dy valley. Dhoor

jannoo feagh quiet: liorish sho ta fyss ain gy vell shuin d'yn iyrriny: as gy vod meid nan griaghyn y ianu faeagh kiangoyrt rish-syn. PB1610

jiarg-rooisht stark naked: Va shey meeghyn ain roie as shooyl harrish sleityn Vannin, snaue 'sy cheayn as shinyn jiarg-rooisht, brishey yn rio er dubbaghyn GK

Jysarn Saturday: Dagh moghrey Jysarn begin dou goll gys thie naboo ain son lessoon. JG

keishtyn questions: Cha nel fer erbee ayn dy chur freggyrt da ny keishtyn shen, agh my ta shin er ve ayns shoh roie, cre'n fa nagh vel cooinaghtyn ain jeh? JC

kiarail son provide for, providing for: nagh vel ain ayns shoh ynnyd vaghee, dy vodmayd dy creeney as ayns traa kiarail son bea elley CS

kionniaght redemption: ren jeh dty vyghin cur dty ynrycan Vac Yeesey Creest dy hurranse baase er y Chrosh son y kionniaght-reesht ain PB1765

lane streeu strife-torn; much contention: ve roïe er hurranse, as er gheddyn dellal scammyltagh, myr ta fys eu, ec Philippi, va shin dunnal ayns y [Jee ain, dy preacheil diu sushtal] Yee lesh lane streeu. Bible

leeidagh insinuative; would lead: Son marish nyn greeaghyn moaldey hene, leeidagh shin gys peccah, ta drogh spyrrydyn ayn ta kinjagh aarloo dyn miolagh gys olk, as jin hene cha vel pooar ain dy haghney yn goanlys oc. CS

Libya (f.) (Y) Libya: Phrygia as Pamphylia ayns Egypt, as ardjyn Libya mygeayrt Cyrene, as joarreeyn veih yn Raue, Hewnyn as Proselyteyn, Creteyn as Arabianee, ta shin clasht yn ad loayrt ayns ny chengaghyn ain hene, PB1765

Loghlinee Vikings: Er yn oyr shen shegin dooin credjal dy vel aynshoh braar nyn un daane jeh Oshin as Finn as foddee eh ve dy vel nyn daane ain ny shinney na cheet ny Loghlinee. Coraa

lowanse beaghee maintenance: er-yn-oyr, dy vel y lowanse beaghee ain veih plaase y ree Bible

maidjey raue oar: Myr shen beign dooin goaill maidjey raue ayns ny laueyn ain as gymmyrt daa veeilley dys y phurt, baatyn beg as y baatey sauailagh mygeayrt y mooin. GK

marishyn (emph.) with him: Vel uss marishyn er skeayley magh yn aer Bible agh my ta shuin giymmiaght ayns soilshe, gy jaru mar ta aeshyn ayns soilshe, aeish ta sheshaght ain marishyn PB1610

milhey defileth: ta'n chengey mastey ny oltyn ain, dy vel ee milhey yn slane corp Bible

moghey (=Ir. moch) early, timely: bee ad myr bodjal y vadran, as myr y druight moghey Bible she, as mynayn niist da rou dyn chessaght ain ren ayd shuinyn achimagh, haink gy moghey gys yn yoi. PB1610

Mooiragh Place by the Sea: Va caa ain son talkal trooid Pairk ny Mooiragh roish chaglym ec y Hydro cour coheshaght currit liorish y Kiannoortys Manninagh Coraa

muinneel (f.) pl. muinneelyn sleeve, sleeving: Ghow jees jeh ny guillyn ain greim er as ren ad roish, faagail ayns laue Arne muinneel e chooat! GK

nagh (=Ir. nach) (interrog.) albeit; not: nagh dug y Jee ain lesh ooilley'n olk shoh orrin Bible; do not

neuaashid (f.) 1 discontentedness, grievance, malaise, qualm a: haishbynee ad nyn neuaashidyn trooid fograghyn er y Chronk Chasherick roish my ghow nyn jiarnyn ain ny h-ynnydyn oc. Carn; 2 awkwardness

neuaashidyn grievances: as haishbynee ad nyn neuaashidyn trooid fograghyn er y Chronk Chasherick roish my ghow nyn jiarnyn ain ny h-ynnydyn oc. Carn

neuyesh clumsy, improper, inapplicable, incongruous, incorrect, inelegant, unbecoming, undesirable, unperfect, unseemly, unsuitable, unwieldly: as ny oltyn neuyesh ain er nyn goamrey lesh onnor foddey smoo. Bible; sinister; undue

niessey nearer: myr ta shin gaase ayns eash dy vodmayd gaase ayns grayse, as myr s'niessey ta shin tayrn gys y jerrey ain, dy beemayd wheesh shen smoo aarloo er y hon. CS

Nyn Jiarn Our Lord: Nish dy jean Jee hene as nyn Ayr, as nyn Jiarn Yeesey Creest, yn raad ain y chiartaghey hiuish. Bible

oie'll (f.) eve, vigil: Ayns y thie ain dagh Oie'll Voirrey yinnagh shin croghey oashyryn liauyr ec cass nyn lhiabbee ayns jerkallys as treisht! JG

Oie'll Voirrey (f.) Christmas Eve, midnight mass: Ayns y thie ain dagh Oie'll Voirrey yinnagh shin croghey oashyryn liauyr ec cass nyn lhiabbee ayns jerkallys as treisht! JG

oltyn members: Son myr ta ain ymmodee oltyn ayns un chorp, as cha nee yn un oik tec dy chooilley olt Bible; parts

ooashlys (f.) dignity, eminency, excellency, nobility, nobleness: Ayns yn ellan shoh, beggan dy vleeantyn er dy henney, va dooinney Manninagh, nyn mard ashoonagh, jeh ooashlys ny mast ain Carn

Orkagh Orcadian: Ny s'anmey hug eh dou lioar dy chiaull Orkagh as hug mee dasyn myr coonrey y lioar ain "Kiaull Yn Theay" as bione dasyn shiartanse dy charryn 'sy lioar scanshoil shen ainyn. GK

Paaie (f.) Peggy: Fastyr Jerdein hie Paaie marym dys y Vheillea ec Grenaby, as va traa yindyssagh ain. Dhoor

Paal Paul: Cha b'vie lesh Paal iu jough ec y traa v'ayn shen, as va palchey dy feeyn smeyr ghoo ain yn vlein shen. Carn

pargys paradise: Jeeagh, shoh ny ooylyn slayntoil millish v'aym dhyt's son jinnnair, dy voddagh oo goll lhiam 3765 gys maynrys smoo na ta ain ayns Pargys, raad ta ny ainleyn chebbal nyn shirveish. PC

raad y Chiarn way of the Lord: Jean-jee aarloo raad y Chiarn, kiartee-jee ayns yn eaynagh raad-mooar da'n Jee ain. Bible

recortyssey register, registration: Agh nagh yindyssagh yn obbyr va jeant ocsyn ren recortyssey ny loayreyderyn dooghyssagh ain as ad sauail reddyn nagh vod ny Cornee agh dreamal mychione. Carn

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