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all (adj., adv.) cagh: All mowing hay - Cagh buinn traagh. DF idiom; fey; (pref.) ooilley-; (dy) chooilley; ooilley: All is right except this sentence - Ta ooilley kiart er-lhimmey jeh'n raa shoh. JJK idiom; dagh ooilley, gagh ooilley: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom

Inexact matches:

all and all ooilley as ass

All aboard (intj) Er-boayrd lhiu

all around ooilley mygeayrt

all awry ooilley bun-ry-skyn

All clear (intj) Gaue harrish

all day feie'n laa: I've been working all day - Ta mee er ve g'obbraghey feiy'n laa. JJK idiom

all equity dy chooilley chairys

All hail (intj) Dy vannee diu

all-in policy (insurance) yl-pholasee

all-in wrestling (n.) yl-ghleckey

all-mains set gleaysh yl-linney

all manner dy chooilley vonney

all morning car y voghree

all night fud ny hoie: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

all right (adj., adv.) ooilley kiart

all sham ooilley myr yien

all summer car y touree

all time derrey nish

all-time record recortys derrey nish

all together ooilley cooidjagh

all winter car y gheuree; car y yeuree

at all edyr: I don't remember it at all - Cha gooin lhiam eh edyr. JJK idiom

crown all (intj) (to); (dy) chur baare er y donnys; myr baare er y donnys

for all son ooilley: Every man for himself and God for all - Dy-chooilley ghooinney er e hon hene as Jee son ooilley. JJK idiom

Past all (intj) Er bastal

all and sundry (n.) seihll as e ven

All Fool's Day (n.) Laa Averil

All Hallow's Day (n.) Laa ny Nooghyn Ooilley, Laa Souney

All Hallow's Eve (n.) Oie Houney

all in a flurry ooilley fud-y-cheilley

all in tangles ooilley ayns cassaghyn

all our yesterdays yn traa t'er n'gholl shaghey voin

all rights reserved dagh cair coadit

All Saint's Day (n.) Laa ny Nooghyn Ooilley, Laa'l Mooar ny Nooghyn

All Saints' Day (n.) Laa Sauiney

All Soul's Day (n.) Laa'l ny Merriu

all the day fey yn laa liauyr

all the day long fey yn laa liauyr

all the earth (n.) ooilley yn seihll

all the evil (n.) ooilley ny huilk

all the more wheesh shen smoo

all the night slane oie

all the same myr shen hene; son shen as ooilley

all the sort of you ooilley yn grih eu

all the year round car ny bleeaney

at all costs er chor erbee

at all events er chor erbee

but for all this agh son shoh as ooilley: But for all this they sinned yet more - Agh son shoh as ooilley, hie ad ny sodjey er nyn doshiaght ayns peccah Bible

by all means (adv.) er dy chooilley chor: I must by all means keep this feast that cometh in Jerusalem - Shegin dooys er dy chooilley chor yn feailley shoh ta er-gerrey y reayll ec Jerusalem Bible; er dy chooilley aght: the Lord of peace himself give you peace always by all means - dy jean y Chiarn hene dy Jee, sheechoyrt diu dy kinjagh, er dy chooilley aght Bible

first of all (adv.) hoshiaght ooilley; (yn) chied red

for good and all er son ooilley

fun for all the family spoyrt son ooilley'n lught-thie

in all probability s'cosoylagh eh

Jack of all trades (n.) yl-cheirdagh

last of all er-jerrey ooilley

one and all cagh; dagh ooilley pheiagh

taken all round trooid as trooid

helping to support and promote all aspects of Manx culture on the Island cummal seose as cur er e hoshiaght cultoor Vannin

upon the face of all the earth harrish slane eaghtyr y thallooin

armour (v.) armal, plaaitail; (n.) eilley: he taketh from him all his armour wherein he trusted - teh goaill veih ooilley e eilley, huggey veh treishteil Bible; eilley chaggee: all of them clothed with all sorts of armour - ooilley coamrit ayns dy chooilley cheint dy eilley-caggee Bible; ejy

Laa ny Nooghyn Ooilley All Hallow's Day, All Saint's Day

cagh all; everyone, everybody: Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK; one and all

ooilley as ass all and all, out and out: Ooilley as ass, v'eh kione shiaghtyn ree-vie. Dhoor

all-round yl-cheirdagh; dagh cheu: All-round improvement - Lhiassaghey er dagh cheu. DF idiom

astrologers (npl.) rollaageydee: better than all the magicians and astrologers that were in all his realm - share na ooilley ny deiney-creeney as rollaageydee vayns ooilley e reeriaght Bible; rollageydee

gave2 (interrog.) dug; put: Did Hezekiah king of Judah and all Judah put him at all to death? - Dug Hezekiah ree Yudah as ooilley Judah eshyn gy-baase? Bible

principality (n.) ard-ooashley: Far above all principality, and power - Foddey erskyn dy chooilley ard-ooashley, as pooar Bible; ard-reill: which is the head of all principality and power - ta kione dy chooilley ardreill Bible; prinsaght

Er bastal (intj) Past all

Er-boayrd lhiu (intj) All aboard

er son ooilley (=Ir. ar son uile) for good and all; for all: Er son ooilley ny deiney shen t'er vakin my ghloyr, as my virrilyn ren mee ayns Egypt, as ayns yn aasagh Bible

fey yn laa liauyr all the day, all the day long: Ny lhig da dty chree troo mysh drogh-yantee: agh bee uss ayns aggle y Chiarn fey yn laa liauyr Bible

Gaue harrish (intj) All clear

ooilley bun-ry-skyn all awry

all-blessed ooilley-vane

all-comers (n.) dagh ooilley pheiagh

all-conquering ooilley-varrialtagh

all-creating ooilley-chrootagh

all-destroying ooilley-stroiagh

all-devouring (adj.) ooilley-sluggagh

all-important (adj.) feer trome-chooishagh

all-Island (adj.) ooilley-ellanagh

all-judging (adj.) ooilley-briwnyssagh

all-knowing (adj.) ooilley-tushtagh

all-powerful (adj.) ooilley-chummaghtagh; ooilley-niartal

all-purpose (adj.) ooilley-aignagh, ooilley-chooishagh

all-rounder (n., adj.) yl-cheirdagh

all-seeing (adj.) ooilley-fakin, ooilley-reayrtagh, ooilley-reayrtys

all-sufficient ooilley-liooar

all-weather1 (adj.) (clothes) jeen noi'n emshir

all-weather2 (adj.) (sport) jantagh ayns emshir erbee

all-wise (adj.) ooilley-chreeney

commandments (npl.) annaghyn: he wrote upon the tables the words of the covenant, - scrieu eh er ny buird focklyn y chonaant, ny jeih annaghyn DF idiom; currymyn: For if ye shall diligently keep all these commandments - Son my nee shiu dy kiarailagh ooilley ny currymyn shoh Bible; saraghyn: and remember all the commandments of the Lord - as cooinaghtyn er ooilley saraghyn y Chiarn Bible

cure-all (n.) ooilley-lheeys, ooilley-lheihys

dominion (n.) ard-chioneys, ard-rheam, chiarnys; reilltys: despise dominion - soiaghey beg jeh reilltys Bible; ard-reill: or shalt thou indeed have dominion over us? - nee ayds vees yn ard reill harrin? Bible; chiarnaght; reill: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea - as lhig da reill ve oc harrish eeastyn ny marrey Bible; barriaght: it shall come to pass when thou shalt have the dominion - hig eh gy-kione, tra vees oo er chosneyn varriaght Bible; rheam: and in all the land of his dominion - as ayns ooilley cheer e rheam Bible; reeriaght: nor in all his dominion - ny ayns ooilley y reeriaght echey Bible

heal-all slane lus

likewise (adv.) lheid elley; myrgeddin: And likewise did he for all his strange wives - As myrgeddin hrog eh son ooilley e vraane joarree Bible; neesht: in his course likewise were twenty and four thousand - ayns y choorse echeysyn neesht va kiare thousaneyn as feed Bible; myrchaagh, myr-chaagh: Likewise when all the Jews that were in Moab - Myr-chaagh, tra va ooilley ny Hewnyn y ayns Moab Bible; er yn aght cheddin: he went out about the sixth and ninth hour, and did likewise - hie eh magh mysh y cheyoo as yn nuyoo oor, as ren eh er yn aght cheddin Bible

lovers (npl.) gliminee, maarderyn; caarjyn: My lovers and my neighbours did stand looking upon my trouble - Hass my chaarjyn as my naboonyn jeeaghyn er my heaghyn Bible; gimmanyn; graihderyn: All thy lovers have forgotten thee - Ta ooilley dty ghraihderyn er dty yarrood Bible; ainjyssee: among all her lovers she hath none to comfort her - mastey ooilley e ainjyssee cha vel unnane dy gherjaghey Bible

muddle broagey; brock: She made a muddle of it - Ren ee brock jeh. DF idiom; brockey; corvaal; fud y cheilley: She's all in a muddle - T'ee ooilley fud y cheilley. DF idiom; mestane; whumm: She's all in a muddle - T'ee ooilley ayns whumm. DF idiom

of the forest keilley: For all the beasts of the forest are mine - Son lhiams ta ooilley maase ny keilley: Bible; keylley: He built also the house of the forest - Hrog eh neesht thie keylley Lebanon Bible; (y) cheyll: wherein all the beasts of the forest do move - ayn ta ooilley beïyn y cheyll rouail mygeayrt Bible

save-all (n.) fer sondagh

subjection (n.) deyrsnys; injillaght; injilley; injillid; fo bondiaght: and brought them into subjection for servants - as dy gholl fo bondiaght son sharvaantyn Bible; biallys: Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection - Lhig dan ven gynsaghey dy feagh lesh slane biallys Bible; smaght: having his children in subjection with all gravity - as e chloan fo smaght lesh slane sheeltys Bible

car y voghree all morning

chied red (yn) first of all

er chor erbee (=Ir. ar cor ar bith) anywise, at all costs, at all events, at any rate, in any way so ever, leastways, nohow, noways, nowise: Dy beagh ny daanyn ayns Gaelg er-lhiams dy jinnagh ad g'obbal ymmyd y yannoo jeh'n saase noa er-chor-erbee. Carn

fer sondagh (=Ir, fear-sonntach) niggard, save-all

gleaysh yl-linney all-mains set

jeen noi'n emshir (clothes) all-weather

ooilley-aignagh all-purpose

ooilley-briwnyssagh all-judging

ooilley-chooishagh all-purpose

ooilley-chreeney all-wise

ooilley-chrootagh all-creating, omniform

ooilley-chummaghtagh all-powerful

ooilley-ellanagh all-Island

ooilley-fakin all-seeing

ooilley-lheeys cure-all, panacea

ooilley-lheihys cure-all, panacea

ooilley-liooar all-sufficient

ooilley myr yien all sham

ooilley-reayrtagh all-seeing

ooilley-reayrtys all-seeing

ooilley-sluggagh all-devouring

ooilley-stroiagh all-destroying

ooilley-tushtagh all-knowing

ooilley-vane all-blessed

ooilley-varrialtagh all-conquering

slane lus (f.) heal-all, ribwort

yl-ghleckey all-in wrestling

yl-pholasee (insurance) all-in policy

chur baare er y donnys (intj) (dy); (to) crown all

dagh cair coadit all rights reserved

jantagh ayns emshir erbee (sport) all-weather

Laa Averil All Fool's Day, April Fool's Day

Laa'l Mooar ny Nooghyn All Saint's Day

Laa'l ny Merriu All Soul's Day

myr baare er y donnys (intj) To crown all

ooilley ayns cassaghyn all in tangles

recortys derrey nish (f.) all-time record

s'cosoylagh eh in all probability: S'cosoylagh eh. DF

seihll as e ven all and sundry

yl-cheirdagh (n.) all-rounder, Jack of all trades, polytechnic; (adj.) all-round

sudden (adj.) doaltattym: All of a sudden - Dy doaltattym. DF idiom; jeean

world3 (n.) (Universe) cruinney: All over the world - Er feie ny cruinney. DF idiom

chooilley (=Ir. h-uile) (dy) all: tou cursit erskyn dy chooilley chretoor Bible

dy chooilley vonney all manner: dy yannoo dy chooilley vonney dy obbyr Bible

fey (prep.) all: bee uss ayns aggle y Chiarn fey yn laa liauyr. Bible

ooilley ny huilk all the evil: shaghney ooilley ny huilk shoh. Bible

spoyrt son ooilley'n lught-thie fun for all the family

yn traa t'er n'gholl shaghey voin all our yesterdays

about us mooin; mygeayrt-y-mooin: Now shall this company lick up all that are round about us - Nish neen cheshaght shoh sliee seose ooilley ny ta mygeayrt-y-mooin Bible

acquit (v.) cooilleeney, lhiggey; lhiggey jeh; seyrey: and will not at all acquit the wicked - as cha jean eh er aght erbee seyrey ny meechrauee Bible

apparel1 (n.) coamrey: and changed his apparel - as hug eh caghlaa coamrey er Bible; eaddagh: and all such as are clothed with strange apparel - as adsyn ooilley ta coamrit lesh eaddagh joarree Bible; (v.) coamraghey, cur eaddagh er

appertain bentyn: and swallow them up, with all that appertain unto them - as ad y lhuggey seose, lesh ooilley ny ta bentyn daue Bible

apt1 (adj.) aghtal: all that were strong and apt for war - ooilley ny va trean as aghtal son caggey Bible; cooie; traaoil

as as: And to top it all - As myr baare er y chooish. DF idiom; cha, cho; myr; (adv.) nash

as if (conj.) myr dy row: And Joshua and all Israel made as if they were beaten before them - As lhig Joshua as ooilley Israel orroo myr dy row ad er choayl yn laa Bible; myr yien

blessed bannee; bannit; sheaynt; sheeant; vannee: The Blessed Mary - Yn Voidyn Vannee. DF idiom The priest blessed them all - Vannee yn saggyrt ad ooilley. DF idiom; chasherickee: He blessed the water - Chasherickee eh yn ushtey. DF idiom

blued2 (v.) (as money) jummit; yumm: He blued all his money on the horses - Yumm eh ooilley'n argid echey er ny cabbil. DF idiom

burdens (npl.) erraghyn: ye shall appoint unto them in charge all their burdens - nee shiuish pointeil ayns currym daue ooilley nyn erraghyn Bible

carried away (v.) currit lesh ersooyl: And he carried away all his cattle - As hug eh lesh ersooyl ooilley e vaase Bible

comprehend (v.) goaill baght, goaill stiagh; toiggal: May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length - Ve abyl dy hoiggal marish ooilley ny nooghyn cre tan lheead, as y lhiurid Bible

costly (adj.) costal: All these were of costly stones - Vad shoh ooilley jeant jeh claghyn costal Bible; costalagh, costallagh, costyllagh, deyr, leaghar

creation (n.) croo: They are all part of the creation - Ta'd ooilley paart jeh'n chroo. DF idiom; crooaght

damned deyrit: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth - Dy voddagh adsyn ooilley ve deyrit nagh ren credjal yn irriney Bible; caillt; imshee; mollaghtagh

day1 (n.) laa: I've been working all day - Ta mee er ve g'obbraghey feiy'n laa. JJK idiom; Je; Jy

deck (n.) lout-eaghtyr, paggey; karraghey; lout: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom; laare: Deck a ship - Laare y chur er lhong. DF idiom

did not cha ren: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

diligence (n.) ard-chiarail: Keep thy heart with all diligence - Freill arrey er dty chree lesh ard-chiarail Bible; imnea: he that ruleth, with diligence - eshyn ta reill, lesh imnea Bible; jeadid, jeadys

dishes (npl.) claareeyn; jystyn: I crashed all the dishes on the floor - Huitt mee ooilley ny jystyn er y laare. DF idiom; siyn: Wash up the dishes - Ny siyn y strulley. DF idiom

do1 (n.) giense, yannoo; (v.) jannoo: That's the best thing you can do - Shen y red share oddys shiu jannoo. JJK idiom; nee; cur rish; (impv) jean: Do good with all thy might - Jean mie lesh ooilley dty niart. JJK idiom

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

enter (v.) cheet stiagh, entreil, gentreil, goll stiagh ayn; cur stiagh: I enter all the competitions - Ta mee cur stiagh son ooilley ny cohirraghyn. DF idiom

envelope (n.) coodagh: Envelope stuck all over with stamps - Coodagh breckit lesh clouagyn. DF idiom; poagey screeuyn; truailley

except1 agh; er-lhimmey jeh: All is right except this sentence - Ta ooilley kiart er-lhimmey jeh'n raa shoh. JJK idiom; faagail magh ass; magh voish; (ny) s'looid; mannagh

fancy er lheh; fillosheragh: Fancy goods - Cooid fillosheragh. DF idiom; jesh; mian; mianey; sheiltyn; sheiltynys: It was all fancy - Cha row ayn agh sheiltynys. DF idiom; teiyt; thollane; yeearree

fewest (adj.) (yn) chooid sloo; earroo sloo; by loo: You were the fewest of all people - Va shiuish yn ashoon by loo jeh dy chooilley ashoon. DF idiom

foresee (v.) fakin rolaue: I foresee all that we must be prepared for - Ta mee fakin ro-laue ooilley shegin dooin ve aarloo er e hon. JJK idiom

for my part er my hons: For my part, I don't think he'll succeed, in spite of all his endeavours - Er my hons, cha nel mee credjal dy jig reddyn lesh, dyn wooise da ooilley e eabyn. JJK idiom

fritter (n.) freeghtag; (v.) jummal: To fritter all his money away - Dy yummal ooilley e argid. DF idiom

fun (n.) aittys: All the fun has gone - Ta ooilley'n aittys ersooyl. DF idiom; spoyrt: It was great fun - By vooar yn spoyrt eh. DF idiom; gamman: It was done in fun - V'eh jeant myr gamman. DF idiom

God (n.) Jee: Every man for himself and God for all - Dy-chooilley ghooinney er e hon hene as Jee son ooilley. JJK idiom; (voc., gen.) Yee

goodliness (n.) aalid: and all the goodliness thereof is as the flower of the field - as dy vel ooilleyn aalid echey myr blaa ny magheragh Bible; menoyrid

good order mayn; smaght; stayd mie: They are all in good order - T'ad ooilley ayns stayd mie. DF idiom

great works (npl.) obbraghyn yindyssagh: who had seen all the great works of the Lord - va er vakin ooilley obbraghyn yindyssagh y Chiarn Bible

happiness (n.) maynrys: All happiness will have vanished - Bee maynrys ooilley er skellal roish. JJK idiom

honesty (n.) jeerid, onnerid; lus luna; ynrickys: a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty - bea feagh as sheeoil ayns dy chooilley chraueeaght as ynrickys Bible

household (n.) chaaghlagh, mooinjer thielagh, thieys; lught thie: And Joseph nourished his father, and his brethren, and all his father's household - As ren Joseph magh e ayr, as e vraaraghyn, as ooilley lught-thie e ayrey Bible

I can foddym: I can do all things through Christ - Foddym dy chooilley nhee y yannoo trooid Creest Bible; oddym: My punishment is greater than I can bear - Ta my cherraghey ny strimmey na oddym gymmyrkey Bible

I love shynney lhiam: I love my father - Shynney lhiam m'ayr. JJK idiom; Ta mee graihagh er: I love him with all my heart - Ta mee graihagh er lesh ooilley my chree. JJK idiom

improvement (n.) foays; shareaghey; lhiasaghey: All-round improvement - Lhiassaghey er dagh cheu. DF idiom

it may be foddee eh ve: It may be the Lord thy God will hear all the words of Rab-shakeh - Foddee eh ve, dy jean y Chiarn dty Yee clashtyn ooilley goan Rab-shakeh Bible


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