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arrane (=Ir. amhrán) pl. arraneyn lyric, song: loayr eh ooilley goan yn arrane shoh Bible


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arrane ashoonagh national anthem: C'ren aght ta shiu gra yn chied linney jeh'n arrane ashoonagh? Dhoor

arrane cadlee lullaby

arrane cheerey folk song

arrane chrauee anthem

arrane clean berceuse, cradle song, lullaby

arrane cosheeaghtagh processional

Arrane Ghelbee Dalby Song

Arrane Hacharius Benedictus

arrane iuderagh drinking song

arrane marrey sea shanty, sea song

arrane moyllee song of praise: scrieu-jee yn arrane moyllee shoh diu hene, as ynsee-jee eh da cloan Israel

arrane oie nocturne

arrane sooree love song

bard arrane songwriter

fir arrane singers: Inshii e niist ny fyirr orayn as ny trumpeteryn : bii ully my uyskaghyn gell ueir anyds. Psalm1610

goaill arrane busk, sing, troll: Cha nod eh goaill arrane er chor erbee. DF

gow arrane sing a song: Gow arrane, O inneen Zion, trog dty choraa, O Israel, bee gennal, as gow boggey lesh ooilley dty chree, O inneen Yerusalem. Bible

goym arrane I will sing: Goym arrane da'n Chiarn choud as s'bio mee Bible

gyn arrane songless

lioar arrane (f.) songbook

arrane ny lomarcan solo

goaill arrane dy bing warbling

lullaby (n.) arrane cadlee; arrane clean

national anthem (n.) arrane ashoonagh: The Manx National Anthem - Arrane Ashoonagh Vannin. DF idiom

anthem (n.) anthym; arrane chrauee

Benedictus (n.) Arrane Hacharius

berceuse (n.) arrane clean

busk (v.) goaill arrane, reeneyder

cradle song (n.) arrane clean

Dalby Song (n.) Arrane Ghelbee

drinking song (n.) arrane iuderagh

folk song (n.) arrane cheerey

I will sing goym arrane: I will sing, and give praise - goym arrane, as ver-ym moylley Bible; neems kiaulleeaght: I will sing unto the Lord - neems kiaulleeaght gys y Chiarn Bible

love song (n.) arrane sooree

lyric (n.) arrane; (adj.) lyreagh

nocturne (n.) arrane oie

processional (n.) arrane cosheeaghtagh; (adj.) cosheeaghtagh

sea shanty (n.) arrane marrey

sea song (n.) arrane marrey

sing (v.) cronnaney, kiaulley; kiaulleeagh: Doesn't he sing pretty well? - Nagh vel eh kiaulleeagh feer vie? JJK idiom; goaill arrane: Let us sing more loudly - Lhig dooin goaill arrane ny s'yrjey. JJK idiom

songbook (n.) lioar arrane

songwriter (n.) bard arrane

arrane-moyllee hymn: As tra v'ad er ghoaill arrane-moyllee hie ad magh gys cronk ny Oliveyn. PB1765

hymn (n.) arrane-chrauee; arrane-moyllee: And when they had sung an hymn - As tra vad er ghoaill arrane-moyllee Bible; carval; daan moyllee; hymn; marroon noo

part song (n.) paart-arrane

sing a song (v.) gow arrane

singers (npl.) arranee: So the singers, Heman, Asaph, and Ethan, were appointed - Myrgeddin va ny arranee, Heman Asaph, as Ethan, pointit Bible; arraneyderyn; fir arrane; fir chiaullee: Chenaniah the master of the song with the singers - Chenaniah mainshtyr yn arrane, marish ny firchiaullee Bible; kiaulleyderyn: Also the Levites which were the singers - Myrgeddin, ny Leviteyn, ny kiaulleyderyn Bible

song (n.) arrane; caayn; ronneeaght, ronniaght

song of praise (n.) arrane moyllee

theme song (n.) cooish-arrane

warbling (v.) goaill arrane dy bing

arrane-chrauee hymn

cooish-arrane theme song

paart-arrane part song

songless gyn arrane; gyn kiaull; neuarraneagh

dy-kiart correctly: T'eh goaill arrane dy-kiart. JJK

solo (n.) arrane ny lomarcan, kiaull ny lomarcan; quist da 'nane

co-unnaneys combine, commonwealth, concensus, unification: Arrane y ghoaill ayns co-unnaneys. DF

eaisht (=Ir. éist) (impv) hear, hearken: Eaisht-jee rish ny focklyn jeh'n shenn arrane! Carn; (v.) heard

gearrey laugh: dy jean ad gearrey as goaill arrane Bible

Illiam Bill, Billy, William: Ta shenn arrane ayn enmyssit 'Baase Illiam Dhone' Carn

moyllee commendatory, complimentary, congratulatory: scrieu-jee yn arrane moyllee shoh diu hene Bible; creditable

troll (v.) eeastagh lesh rollian, eeastaghey lesh rollian, eeastagh lesh slat, eeastaghey lesh slat, eeastagh lesh speinag, eeastaghey lesh speinag, eeastagh lesh troal, eeastaghey lesh troal; goaill arrane; (n.) rollian, speinag, troal, trollag

biol (f.) bow drill, fiddle, viol, violin: Ta goaill arrane gys feiyr yn viol Bible

carallyn carols: goaill arrane dy voylley ard, carallyn eunyssagh, as psalmyn millish, kiaull ving flaunyssagh hood's Ooilley-niartal PC

carvallyn carols: 'Sy Chorn v'ad graihagh er carvallyn as v'ad goll mygeayrt goaill arrane ayns kiare ayrnyn Dhoor

dagh oie nightly: Hie gammanyn er cloie dagh oie as va shin loayrt ry cheilley, gyn gaccan erbee veih'n wardoon kyndagh rish ny coraaghyn feer ard goaill arrane derrey ny ooryn moghey 'sy voghrey. Carn

dhone (=Ir. donn) brown, brown-haired, dark-skinned, hazel, swarthy: Ta shenn arrane ayn enmyssit 'Baase Illiam Dhone' Carn

ec yn chooid smoo at the very most: Ga nagh row fys ec yn chooid smoo jeh Aeg Threshlyn er bun ny fockleyn tra v'ad goaill arrane cha beagh fys orroo va clashtyn roo nagh row. Carn

fadanagh desolate; lonely: t'ad caillt dooin nish as cha nel veg faagit dooin er lhimmey jeh'n un arrane fadanagh "Finn as Oshin." Coraa

feddanagh 1 blow, fluty, play, tubular, vascular, vasiform, whistle, whistle-like a: va shin gennal dy liooar loayrt ry cheilley, cloie gammanyn, feddanagh as goaill arrane. Carn; 2 (person) boatswain, pipe player, piper, whistler

feeyn jiarg red wine: 'Sy laa shen gow-jee arrane mychione eck, Garey-feeyney dy feeyn jiarg. Bible

goaill ayrn ayns qualified for; take part in: Lhig dooin ooilley nish goaill ayrn ayns yn arrane moyllee noa; Hed mayd roin er gys nyn Jiarn, Son cha voddey vees mayd bio. LH

goaill kesmad step: Shenn chrightyn, as geay-varrey harroo goaill arrane, Bing's feayr, lesh floagyn-chesh, goaill kesmad sheese Er cassanyn camstram, as gib ny creggyn creoie Dhoor

greïe dy vingys musical instrument: O Yee, cloie er greïe dy vingys: hoods goym arrane er y chlaasagh, O uss er-casherick dy Israel. PB1765

gyllaghey cry, cry aloud, cry out, roar, shout: gowee ad arrane gys ard-ooashley yn Chiarn, nee ad gyllaghey dy ard veihn aarkey Bible

gyn kiaull songless, unmusical: Faagmayd meer yn arrane aynshoh, 'naght nagh vees yn Ellan choiee gyn kiaull. Coraa

Jamyssagh Jacobean, Jacobite: "Blaa ny h-Albin" myr yiarragh shin ayns Gaelg, she arrane noa mychione Nalbin Jamyssagh y fer shen. GK

Kirree (f.) Kitty: Ghow Kirree arrane, agh va'n coraa eck bing agglagh, gollrish kellagh-kiark gerrym ayns yn oie Dhoor

Laksey (f.) Laxey: Ghow shinyn ass Feeagh Odin arrane reesht arraneyn myr "Queeyl Laksey", "Cur dou yn Leagh Troailt gys Laksey" Cur dou yn Argid Barroose dys Laksey? GK [Scand]

liggar liquor, spirit, spirits: Hug shin lhien nyn greieyn-kiaullee, ny lioaryn arrane as palchey lhune as liggar, as dagh oie va shin kiaulleeaght, pynteraght as cooisheraght. Carn

mychione eck about her: 'Sy laa shen gow-jee arrane mychione eck, Garey-feeyney dy feeyn jiarg. Bible

niart (=Ir. neart) 1 cogency, force, might, power, strength, validity, violence, vehemence, weight of a blow a: Ta'n Chiarn my niart as my arrane Bible; 2 abundance, much: Son v'echey niart shioltaneyn as shellooyn Bible; 3 drastic

oastan (pl -yn) café, restaurant: v'ad lane arryltagh dy goaill arrane mygeayrt ny straaidjyn ayns ny barryn as oastanyn baljagh. Carn

Ooisht Hwoaie (f.) North Uist: Shoh arrane mychione maarlys mooar haghyr ayns Balranald er Ooisht Hwoaie ayns nuy cheead jeig as feed. NNS

psalm pl. psalmyn psalm: gow-jee arrane marish y chlaasagh lesh psalm dy hoyrt-booise Bible

Queeyl Laksey Laxey Wheel: Ghow shinyn ass Feeagh Odin arrane reesht arraneyn myr "Queeyl Laksey", "Cur dou yn Leagh Troailt gys Laksey" Cur dou yn Argid Barroose dys Laksey? GK

roortee athletes: va leih cheead jin ayn, agh neesht, yn foays as mieys jeh'n chiaull, rinkeyderyn, arrane deryn, roortee as taishbynys ellynyn Carn

skeeys fatigue, lassitude, tiredness, weariness, wearisomeness: nee dy chooilley ghooinney mie goaill arrane jeh dty voylley fegooish skeeys Bible

'sy voghrey in the forenoon, in the morning: goaill arrane derrey ny ooryn moghey 'sy voghrey. Carn

harlot (n.) ben oainjyr: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot - lurg kione three-feed as jeih bleeaney gow-ee Tyre arrane myr benoainjyr Bible; ben oainjyragh: Then went Samson to Gaza, and saw there an harlot - Eisht hie Samson gys Gaza, as honnick eh ayns shen ben oainjyragh Bible; co-lhiabbagh; streebagh: Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? - Kys by-lhoys da dellal rish y chuyr ain, myr rish streebagh? Bible; strumpag: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - As cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

shall we oddys mayd: How shall we sing the Lord's song: in a strange land? - Kys odd ys mayd arrane y Chiarn y ghoaill: ayns cheer yoarree? Bible; jeanmayd: Shall we then hearken unto you - Jean mayd eisht lhiggey lhieuish Bible; nee mayd: What shall we drink? - Cre nee mayd son ushtey? Bible

testify (v.) gymmyrkey feanish: wherewith thou didst testify against them - lhieu ren oo gymmyrkey feanish nyn Bible; (to); (dy) ymmyrkey feanish: to testify unto Israel - dy ymmyrkey feanish da Israel Bible; feanish y ymmyrkey: that this song shall testify against them as a witness - dy jean yn arrane shoh feanish y ymmyrkey nyn Bible

choud cheddin 1 so far: choud cheddin t'eh er hoiaghey nyn beccaghyn voin. Bible; 2 until: Cha vel mish gra rhyt, Choud as shiaght keayrtyn: agh choud as three-feed as jeih keayrtyn shiaght. Bible; 3 as long as: Goym arrane dan Chiarn choud as sbio mee Bible; 4 whilst a: Choud as ta nyn gloan freayll ayns cooinaghtyn ny altaryn eu Bible

oddys mayd can we: Son cre'n booise oddys mayd reesht y choyrt da Jee er y lieh eu Bible; shall we: Kys oddys mayd arrane y Chiarn y ghoaill: ayns cheer yoarree? Bible; should we: kys oddys mayd eisht cummal rish dy ve bio? Bible

soilshaghey magh 1 advert, advertise, advertising, announce, burst forth, declare, denote, depict, publicise, publish, publishing, reveal, set forth a: Shen-y-fa neem's oural y hebbal ayns e ynnyd casherick lesh ard-ghennallys: nee'm arrane y ghoaill, as soilshaghey magh moylley yn Chiarn. Bible; 2 exposition, revelation; 3 announcer

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