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baare1 (=Ir. baar.) (f.) pl. bir apex, cap, climax, end, point, summit, tip, top: baare e vair y hummey ayns ushtey Bible; toe; (of wave) crest, curl; interval; ruin; bare; film on milk, surface

baare2 (of mast) crown


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baare diamond point of a diamond: Ta peccah Yudah scruit lesh pen yiarn, as lesh baare diamond; te grainnit er glaare nyn gree, as er eairkyn nyn altaryn Bible

Baare Doo Black Summit

baare faarkee wave top

Baare jiarg-buigh Orange Tip

baare lhiam I had rather: Baare lhiam currym y dorrys y ve orrym ayns thie my Yee: na dy vaghey ayns cabbaneyn ny mee-chrauee. Bible

Baare Rush Top of the Marsh

baare s'jerree latter growth: ren eh kiaddey ny locustyn ayns toshiaght cur-magh yn vaare s'jerree, as cur-my-er, she yn baare s'jerree ve lurg fouyr yn ree. Bible

baare tidee (on shore) tidemark

Baare Volley Top of the Old Road

gyn baare pointless

baare ny creggey top of a rock

baare ny hoardaagyn-chass tiptoe

Baare ny Marrey Seacrest

baare y chleaysh tip of the ear: As ver y saggyrt jeh'n ooil t'ayns e laue er baare y chleaysh yesh echeysyn ta dy ve ghlennit Bible

baare y chliwe point of the sword: thousane thousaneyn spyrryd roie dy chion roish baare y chliwe dy scapail nyn gione, PC

baare y lane highwater mark, watermark

baare y lorg end of the rod: shen-y-fa heeyn eh magh baare y lorg v'echey ayns e laue, as hum eh eh ayns kere-volley, as hug eh e laue gys e veeal Bible

Baare y Tonn Wavecrest

bun as baare both the ends: Cur-my-ner te tilgit 'syn aile dy lostey; ta'n aile dy stroie eh bun as baare, as ta'n mean echey losht. Bible

bun as baare jeh long and short of it: Ta'n argid bun as baare jeh gagh olk. DF

bun dy baare head and tail: Shen-y-fa nee yn Chiarn giarey jeh Israel veih bun dy baare, eer bangan as fraue syn un laa. Bible

bun ry baare confusion, disorder, disordered, topsy-turvy, upside-down

bwoalley baare y vluckan (golf) top

cheet gys baare varrey surface

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

cur baare coshey da toe

cur baare er top; complete: Dy cur baare er y donnys. DF

cur baare y chengey da slanging

cur bun ry-baare disorder

gyn bun ny baare aimless

gyn cur baare er unexcelled

lostit bun as baare completely burned

myr baare er y donnys (intj) To crown all

voish bun gys baare from top to bottom

cha nel bun ny baare er (as plan) wrong

surface (n.) baare, eaghtyr; (v.) cheet gys baare varrey, cur crackan er

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

climax (n.) baare: Things came to a climax - Haink reddyn gys baare. DF idiom

Black Summit (n.) Baare Doo

crest2 (n.) (of wave) baare, mullagh

crown6 (n.) (of mast) baare, mullagh

curl baare: On the curl of the wave - Er baare y tonn. DF idiom; cassag; cassey; curlal; feogh; keshag; kessey

film on milk (n.) baare

interval (n.) baare, eddyrcheim, scuirr

latter growth (n.) baare s'jerree

Orange Tip (n.) Baare jiarg-buigh

Seacrest (n.) Baare ny Marrey

sharpen (v.) birraghey, brackey, breckey, cur foyr er, foyraghey, geyraghey, geyrey, goaill foyr, shleeu; cur baare er: Sharpen the pencil - Cur baare er y phennleoie. DF idiom; shlieu, slhieu

tiptoe (n.) baare ny hoardaagyn-chass

top1 baare; mullagh: I hope to be top of my form - Ta mee treishteil dy bee'm ec mullagh my vrastyl. JJK idiom; baarelagh; (v.) cur baare er; pen

Wavecrest (n.) Baare y Tonn

wave top (n.) baare faarkee

apex (n.) baare, beinn, gob, mullagh

complete creaghnaghey; creaghnit; jeant; slane; slane jeant; soogh; (v.) cur baare er: To complete the misfortune - Dy cur baare er y donnys. DF idiom; lhieen: Complete this form and send it to me - Lhieen y form shoh as cur hym eh. DF idiom

highwater mark (n.) baare y lane

mizzen topgallant (n.) baare-hiaull

point2 (n.) baare: The point of the sword - Baare y chliwe. DF idiom; birr, byr; bod; gob: Seal Point - Gob ny Rauney. DF idiom; kione: The Point of Ayre light - Thie Soilshey Kione ny Hayrey. DF idiom; point: Fourteen degrees below freezing point - Kiare keimyn jeig fo point rio. JJK idiom; poynt: You can give her a point or two to leeward John - Foddee oo poynt ny ghaa y lhiggey lhee Yuan. DF idiom; (v.) jeeraghey

soprano baare-ghooagh; soprane; sopraneagh

square-toed (adj.) baare-lhean; lhean-ordaagagh

tidemark2 (n.) (on shore) baare tidee, cowrey tidee

tip1 (n.) baare: The word was on the tip of my tongue - Va'n fockle er baare my hengey. DF idiom; chlash: They have gone to the tip - T'ad er ve ceaut magh. DF idiom; dooraght; faaue; (v.) cur faaue da; cur saayl er; cur yiarn er; irree; tig: Playing tip round the pool - Cloie tig mygeayrt y dubbey. DF idiom; yiarn

tip-tilted baare-chroghit, kione-chroghit

top3 (v.) (golf) bwoalley baare y vluckan

top dressing (n.) baare-lhiasaghey

top-heavy (adj.) kione-hrome, baare-hrome

top ribs (npl.) (of beef) baare-asnaghyn

baare-asnaghyn (of beef) top ribs

baare-choorsey impost

baare-chroghit tip-tilted

baare-ghooagh soprano

baare-hiaull mizzen topgallant

baare-hrome top-heavy

baare-lhean square-toed

baare-lhiasaghey top dressing

baare-woalley toe

er-baare atop

aimless (adj.) gyn bun ny baare; neureaghit

both the ends (npl.) bun as baare

completely burned lostit bun as baare

disorder (n.) asslaynt, chingys, doghan, meereiltys, meeoardyr; (v.) cur bun ry-baare, cur bun ry-skyn, jannoo asslayntagh; mee-reiltys; bun ry baare: The place was in disorder - Va'n boayl bun ry-baare. DF idiom; fud y cheilley: They fled in disorder - Hea ad fud y cheilley. DF idiom

end of the rod (n.) baare y lorg

from top to bottom voish bun gys baare

head and tail (n.) bun dy baare

I had rather bare lhiam, baare lhiam

impost (n.) baare-choorsey; errey; keesh; mayl; tailley

point of a diamond (n.) baare diamond

point of the sword (n.) baare y chliwe

slanging (v.) cur baare y chengey da

tip of the ear (n.) baare y chleaysh

top of a rock (n.) baare ny creggey

Top of the Marsh (n.) Baare Rush

Top of the Old Road (n.) Baare Volley

watermark (n.) baare y lane, cowrey ushtey

wrong2 (as plan) cha nel bun ny baare er

atop (adv.) er-baare; er-mullagh; er y vullagh; erskyn

long and short of it bun as baare jeh

pointless (adj.) gyn baare; gyn bree; gyn kione; neu-virragh, neu-foyragh

unexcelled (adj.) gyn cur baare er, gyn fer share, gyn shareaghey

ruillickey (gen.) of a churchyard: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

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

bare1 (v.) baarey, loamey, lommey, meayllaghey, roostey, rooishtey; (impv) baare; (adj.) lhome; lhomey: Running under bare poles - Shiaulley fo cruin lhomey DF idiom

cap (n.) baare, cap, capeen, farkyl; edd: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; bayrn: He won his cap - Hooar eh e vayrn. DF idiom; (v.) crooiney, cur bayrn er, keim er stowal er

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

confusion (n.) boirey, branlaadee, bun ry baare, corvaal, fud y cheilley, mestid, shaghrynys, tharmane; rouailley: It is unspeakable confusion! - Yn rouailley, cha nel insh er! DF idiom

dipped hum, humm: He dipped the point of his finger in the water - Humm eh baare e vair 'syn ushtey. DF idiom; tummit; seiy

disordered baanrit; bun ry baare; bun ry skyn; ching; doghanagh; doghanit; fud y cheilley; neureajagh

end1 (n.) arbyl, baare, bun, err, erree, jerrey, oirr; (v.) castey, cheet gy kione, cur gy kione, jannoo jerrey; kione: We shall soon be at our journey's end - Beemayd dy-gerrid ec kione nyn yurnaa. JJK idiom; (adj.) jerrinagh, s'jerree

movement (n.) cheet as goll, lheihll, obbragh; gleashaght: He was the leading spirit of the movement - She bun as baare ny gleashaght v'eh. DF idiom

of a river (gen.) awiney: The upper waters of a river - Baare awiney. DF idiom

statue (n.) jalloo: A statue tops the column - Ta jalloo er baare y cholloon. DF idiom; sthowran

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

summit (n.) ard-veinn, baare, beinn; mullagh: We spent two hours on the summit of the mountain - Cheau shin daa oor er mullagh y clieau. JJK idiom; pen

topsy-turvy (adj., adv.) bun ry baare, bun ry skyn, fud y cheilley, kione y vreimmey 'syn aer

upside-down bun ry baare; bun ry skyn; cheu heose sheese; fud-y-cheilley; kione y vremmey 'syn aer

bioghee animate, enliven, quicken: Va dor'ghys harrish ooilley'n diunid reill agh sp'ryd mie Yee er baare yn ushtey skeayl e skianyn bioghee, cur bree as troshid cooie ayns brein dagh rass dy ymmyrk' magh e ghooie. PC

birrag (f.) (pl -yn) canine tooth, eye tooth, fang; skewer, spike: Yn lheeah-rio neesht myr sollan t'eh deayrtey er y thalloo, as tra te riojit, t'eh lhie er baare ny stakyn birragh. Apoc; Dutch rush, shave grass

coarys-kerree penal system: Edgar Quine, yn Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Ayre, t'eh gra dy lhisagh coarys-kerree Vannin goll er aa-ronsaghey veih bun gys baare. BS

donnys affliction, bad luck, mischief, woe: Cha row ny heeasteyryn cosney monney er y skeddan as dy chur baare er y donnys, va earroo mooar dy vaatyn currit mow ayns sterrymyn mooarey NNS; (of weather) badness, vileness

faarkee of bathing; large wave: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

goaill aash resting: Haink yindys mooar er Billy Beg tra honnick eh Thom Beg cho jeeragh as lajer, as tra ren Thom Beg goaill aash as greim dy vee dinsh eh da e skeeal voish bun as baare GB

moostey awakening, awaken suddenly, conjuring, raise, rouse, start, starting: Satan ny vud oc, troggal seose e chione myr leviathan, moostey baare y tonn PC; excite

ordaag vooar (f.) big toe: As ren eh 'varroo eh, as ghow Moses yn uill echey, as shen y choyrt er baare cleaysh yesh Aaron, as er ordaag e laue yesh, as er ordaag vooar e chass yesh. Bible

spoht pl. spohttyn spot: Yn spoht beg shid hee-oo hiar jeh baare my vair Eden, yn raad yiou'n dooinney sthie ayns gaar' PC

toltanyn ruins: Ta mee er hoiaghey baare y chliwe noi ooilley nyn yiattyn, dy chur er nyn gree ve faiynt, as nyn dhieyn ayns ymmodee toltanyn Bible

ynsagh crauee doctrine: Chamoo dy chur geill da raaghyn fardalagh, as coontey fegooish bun ny baare er sheelogheyn, ta doostey questionyn [streeuagh], ny smoo na ynsagh crauee, ta ayns credjue. Bible

ruin boghlaneagh; tholtanagh: The house went to ruin - Haink y thie dy ve tholtanagh. DF idiom; (v.) craghey, creiu, cur mow, cur naardey, milley, brishey; (n.) baare, tholtan, striggaltys, craiuaig, craght, stroiltys, stroialtys; cragh: It was the ruin of him - V'eh yn chragh echey. DF idiom

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