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baaish (f.) 1 imprudence, impudence; 2 pl. baaishyn temple, forehead; 3 (gen.) of death, mortality a: ta shin ayns dangeyr baaish fey-ny-laa Bible

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arrey baaish death watch

baaish eddin forehead

barrantys baaish death warrant

builley baaish coup de grace, death blow, mortal blow: Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; lethal blow

caggey baaish mortal combat

clag baaish death bell, death knell, passing bell

crank baaish death-knock

creesteeaght baaish viaticum

deyrey baaish sentence of death

fogrey baaish obituary notice

gorley baaish fatal disease

greim baaish death throe

guinn baaish death agony

keeshyn baaish (f.) death duties

lhott baaish death wound

loght baaish capital crime, capital offence: Cha row fys aym dy nee loght baaish eh, Creestee dy v'er ny gheddyn slane rooisht marish Muslimagh aeg. CnyO

monney baaish death omen, sign of death: Ta shen monney baaish! DF

Poyll Baaish Poolvash

thie baaish house of mourning

troddan baaish mortal combat

cur baaish da cheek

fo kerraghys baaish on penalty of death

toshiagh-joarey ny bingaghyn-baaish coroner of inquests

mortal combat caggey baaish; troddan baaish

capital crime (n.) loght baaish

combat (n.) caggey: Mortal combat - Caggey baaish. DF idiom; troddan: Mortal combat - Troddan baaish. DF idiom; (v.) caggey noi, gleck noi, gleckey noi, obbraghey noi, troddaney

death agony (n.) guinn baaish

death blow (n.) builley baaish

death duties (npl.) keeshyn baaish

death knell (n.) clag baaish

death-knock (n.) crank baaish

death omen (n.) monney baaish

death throe (n.) greim baaish

death warrant (n.) barrantys baaish

death watch (n.) arrey baaish

death wound (n.) lhott baaish

fatal disease (n.) gorley baaish

forehead (n.) baaish, baaish eddin; glaare eddin: and it shall be always upon his forehead - As bee eh kinjagh er glaare e eddin Bible

lethal blow (n.) builley baaish

mortal blow (n.) builley baaish

obituary notice (n.) fogrey baaish

of death (gen.) baaish: On penalty of death - Fo kerraghys baaish. DF idiom; (y) vaaish: He is at the point of death - T'eh raad y vaaish. DF idiom

capital offence (n.) ard-loght, loght baaish

coup de grace (n.) builley baaish

death penalty (n.) kerraghey-baaish

death rate (n.) mortleeaght, raayt-baaish

mortality (n.) baaish; baasoilid; marvaanys; marvaanaght

penalty2 (n.) (death) kerraghey-baaish

Poolvash (n.) Poyll Baaish, Poyll Vaaish

sentence of death (n.) deyrey baaish

sign of death (n.) monney baaish

temple (n.) baaish, gruaie; chiamble; keeill

kerraghey-baaish death penalty

raayt-baaish death rate

coroner of inquests (n.) toshiagh-joarey ny bingaghyn-baaish

death bell (n.) clag baaish, clag ny merriu

imprudence (n.) neuchreenaght, neufeeudid, neufeeudys, neughoaieys, baaish, meenearey, mwannal

on penalty of death fo kerraghys baaish

passing bell (n.) clag baaish, clag ny merriu

viaticum (n.) creesteeaght baaish, lhongey ny hanmey

baggyrtys (pl -syn) aggressiveness, bluff, menace, threat: V'eh fo baggyrtys baaish. DF

lhot wound: yn lhot baaish echey v'er ny lheihys. Bible

vaaish See baaish :3 (y) of death: ren ribbaghyn y vaaish berraghtyn orrym. Bible

cheek1 (v.) cur baaish da, cur eddin da; (n.) daanys; eddin; gaailley; gruaie; lieckan: The blow slit his cheek - Doshil y builley y lhieckan echey. DF idiom; puiss

gore2 (v.) (of bull) raip, raipey, seiy; puttey: If an ox gore a man or a woman, that they die - As my nee dow puttey dooinney ny ben, as eh oyr baaish daue bible

impudence (n.) baaish, eddin, meenearey, mwannal; daanys: The impudence of it! - Lhied y ghaanys! DF idiom

more frequent smenkey: in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft. - ayns pryssoonyn ny smenkey, ayns gaue baaish dy mennick Bible

penalty1 (n.) kerraghey; kerraghys: On penalty of death - Fo kerraghys baaish. DF idiom; uail

threat baggyrt: She was under a threat of illness - Va'n chingys baggyrt urree. DF idiom; baggyrtys: He was under the threat of death - V'eh fo baggyrtys baaish. DF idiom

greïnyn instruments; furniture; engines; weapons: Myr dooinney baanrit, ta dy cheau mygeayrt ceabyn aile, side, as greïnyn baaish Bible

orraghey bolt, charge, round of ammunition, shot; cast, discharge, sling, throw, flight; (at fair) shy; stroke: cur twoaie nagh bee oo goit ersooyl lesh orraghey baaish Bible

oyr (=Ir. ábhar) (n.) pl. oyryn cause, incentive, matter, motive, occasion, reason: ga nagh dooar ad oyr erbee baaish ayn ny-yeih ghuee ad er Pilate e vioys y ghoaill Bible [O.Ir. óre]

spalchey (ny) more abundant: (ta mee loayrt myr ommydan) ta mish er-nyn-skyn: ayns tooilleilyn ny s'palchey, ayns surranse buillaghyn erskyn towse, ayns pryssoonyn ny s'menkey, ayns gaue baaish dy mennick. Bible

tooilleilyn labours: ayns tooilleilyn ny spalchey, ayns surranse buillaghyn erskyn towse, ayns pryssoonyn ny smenkey ayns gaue baaish dy mennick. Bible

house of mourning (n.) thie baaish; thie ny trimshee: It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting - Te ny share dy gholl gys thie ny trimshee, na gys thie ny cuirraghyn Bible; thie ny farrarey: Enter not into the house of mourning - Ny gow stiagh ayns thie ny farrarey Bible

builley bash, bump, cast, clap, hit, impact, knock, pulsate, punch, slam, slap, strike, stripe, stroke, sweep, thump, whack: 2 ¦ Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; (as pulse) beat, pulsation; (of voice) cadence; (on horn) toot; choosing; fervour, fit, frenzy, madness


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