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atchimagh abashed, astonished, awesome, awful, shocking, terrible, tremendous: roish my jig laa mooar as atchimagh y Chiarn Bible; horrid


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jiolgan atchimagh dinosaur

abashed (adj.) nearit, faitagh; atchimagh

awesome (adj.) atchimagh

awful (adj.) agglagh; atchimagh

shocking atchimagh; craaynagh; scammyltagh

tremendous (adj.) atchimagh

dinosaur (n.) jeeneysoar, jiolgan atchimagh; dinosaur

horrid (adj.) agglagh, atçhimagh; feohdoil, graynoil

astonished atchimagh; thanvaanit: They were astonished - V'ad thanvaanit. DF idiom

caggaghyn battles, wars: ayns caggaghyn atchimagh nee eh caggey nyn 'oi. Bible

creau trembling: er deiney niartal Voab gowee creau atchimagh greme Bible

dooid blackness, darkness: lhig da dooid y laa jannoo eh atchimagh. Bible

drundin dregs, grounds, sediment: t'ou uss er-n'iu drundin y chappan atchimagh Bible

erskyn towse exceptionally, immeasurable: As v'ad atchimagh erskyn towse Bible

tendreil (=Ir. teinntreach) pl. tendreilyn lightning: ren y Chiarn taarnaghey lesh tendreil atchimagh Bible

yerkal wish, hope, expect: ren uss reddyn atchimagh erskyn nyn yerkal Bible

terrible (adj.) agglagh: We are in terrible difficulties with this job - Ta shin ayns hobbyl agglagh lesh y staartey shoh. DF idiom; atchimagh: Terrible will that day be - S'atchimagh vees yn laa shen. DF idiom; dewiley, dewilley

banglane pl. banglaneyn bracket, branch, governing principle, offshoot: bee banglane yn vooinjer atchimagh currit sheese dy injil Bible

brebbyn kicks: Va ny heiyrtyssyn atçhimagh; begin dou faagail y cashtal tammylt beg dy hraa erreish da'n Baron v'er neiyrt shiu magh lesh brebbyn mooarey er y thoyn. CnyO

eam 1 call, cry, shout a: Er-yn-oyr dy vel eam Sodom as Gomorrah atchimagh. Bible; 2 (of stag) bell; 3 (of cattle) low, moo

fadane (=Ir. fadhain) desolate, solitude, wild: ayns yn aasagh fadane atchimagh Bible; uncultivated place, unfrequented place, wilderness; chaos

goll ny hrooid (of cheque) clearance; go through, pass through: Myr ta ny geayghyn-cassee ayns y jiass goll ny hrooid; shen myr te cheet veih'n aasagh veih cheer atchimagh. Bible

graynoil abhorrent, horrible, horrid, loathsome, repellent, repulsive: Lurg ny skeealyn atchimagh as graynoil jeh'n thurrys er y lhong, cha nhyrrys dy duirree ad ayns America Dhoor

jalloo mooar colossus, great image: Honnick uss, O ree, as hug oo my-ner jalloo mooar; va'n jalloo mooar shoh as erskyn-towse sollys, ny hassoo kiongoyrt rhyt, as va'n cummey echey atchimagh. Bible

jeant (=Ir. déanta, Sc. deanta, deante) complete, done, made, right down: Ta red yindyssagh as atchimagh jeant 'sy cheer Bible; fashioned, finished, manufactured, ended, performed, practised, rendered

Laa yn Chiarn (The) Lord's Day: Agh, hig laa yn Chiarn myr maarliagh 'syn oie; tra nee ny niaughyn cherraghtyn lesh feiyr atchimagh, as nee stoo yn theihll lheie lesh chiass loshtee Bible

liuraghey lengthen, lengthening, prolong, prolongation: Va Andreays custhit as kianlt sheeynt da crosh, yn angaaish atchimagh y liuraghey. Dhoor

blackness1 (n.) dooid: let the blackness of the day terrify it - lhig da dooid y laa jannoo eh atchimagh Bible to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever - daue ta kiarit yn dooid dy ghorraghys son dy bragh Bible; dorraghys: and the faces of them all gather blackness - as ta neeal y dorraghys er dy chooilley eddin Bible; dullyr

experience ennaghtyn: You will experience a strange feeling - Hig ennaghtyn quaagh ort. DF idiom; keeayl chionnit: He has learned from experience - Ta keeayl chionnit echey. DF idiom; taghyrt: Terrifying experience for her - Taghyrt atchimagh j'ee. DF idiom; prowal

trembling craayn; er creau: but the Lord shall give thee there a trembling heart - agh ver y Chiarn dhyt ayns shen cree er-creau Bible; lhejagh; creau: Fearlessness and trembling are come upon me - Ta aggle as creau er jeet orrym Bible; craa: so it was a very great trembling - myr shen dy row craa feer atchimagh ny-vud oc Bible

rhollanyn 1 rings a: Er son ny rhollanyn oc vad cha ard dy row ad atchimagh, as va nyn rhollanyn lane dy hooillyn mygeayrt-y-moo nyn giare. Bible; 2 naves a: va ny essylyn oc, as ny rhollanyn oc, as ny croughyn oc, as ny spakyn oc ooilley roit. Bible

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