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band1 (n.) boandey, kiangley, rybban; cryss: Valency band - Cryss ablid chianglee. DF idiom; nast; (v.) cur boandey er, cur crou er, cur cryss er, cur kiangley er

band2 (n.) (of wheel) crou; crow

band3 (n.) (musical) bann: The band was blaring - Va'n bann sheidey seose. DF idiom

band4 (n.) (of people) possan; sheshaght: they spied a band of men - honnick ad sheshaght dy gheiney Bible

band5 (n.) (of reapers) meail, meil, meill

band6 (n.) (small musical) possan kiaullee


Inexact matches:

band clutch (n.) craag voandey

band pulley (n.) ullag voandey

band together (v.) boandey ry-cheilley

breast band (n.) cryss vroghil

elastic band (n.) cryss lastagh

flail band (n.) yeeal chassee

grease band (n.) bann smarree

iron band (n.) boandey yiarn

jazz band (n.) snagvanney

mourning band (n.) cryss ghobberan, cryss vaaish

paper band (n.) filltane pabyr

rubber band (n.) boandey-rubbyr

shoulder band (n.) bann geaylin

sleeve band (n.) cryss vuinneelagh

valency band (n.) cryss ablid chianglee

band over a horse's back (n.) dromag

Rushen Silver Band (n.) Bann Argid Rushen

bann geaylin shoulder band

bann smarree grease band

boandey-rubbyr rubber band

boandey ry-cheilley band together

boandey yiarn iron band

craag voandey (f.) band clutch

crow (f.) (of wheel) band

cryss ghobberan (f.) mourning band

cryss lastagh (f.) elastic band

cryss vaaish (f.) mourning band

cryss vroghil (f.) breast band

cryss vuinneelagh (f.) sleeve band

cur boandey er band

filltane pabyr paper band

meail (f.) (of reapers) band

nast (=Ir. nase) band; leash; thong

snagvanney jazz band

ullag voandey (f.) band pulley

yeeal chassee (f.) flail band

band-box (n.) kishtey edd

band-brake (n.) glackan boandey

bell-band (n.) tarragh

nose-band (n.) cryss stroaney

sheaf-band (n.) queeyllagh

swathing-band (n.) cryss soillee

cryss ablid chianglee (f.) valency band

cryss soillee (f.) swathing-band

cryss stroaney (f.) nose-band

cur crou er band, tyre

glackan boandey band-brake

tarragh bell-band, girth, surcingle

bann (musical) band: Bann Baljagh Ghoolish. DF; brace

Bann Argid Rushen Rushen Silver Band

cur cryss er band, belt, girdle

cur kiangley er band, bandage, bind down

dromag (f.) backband, band over a horse's back

kishtey edd band-box, hatbox, nestbox

meil (f.) beading, lip, rim; (of tyre) bead; (of reapers) band

crou (f.) (of wheel) band; shoe: Va mee crou cabbil. DF; tyre

queeyllagh (f.) bandster, cartwheel, rotary, sheaf-band, wheeled, wheeling

boandey animal chain, band, binding, bond, chain, connection, link: hug eh boandey dy airh mooish e wannal Bible; bond-servant

cryss (f.) pl. cryssyn band, belt, girdle, inkle, sash, strap, zone: chiangle eh yn cryss mysh Bible

meill (=Ir. meill) (f.) pl. meillyn beading, rim; (of tyre) bead; (of reapers) band; lip: Yeeagh yn eayst er y ven as mongey er e meill. Dhoor

possan pl. possanyn 1 bevy, bunch, clique, colony, covey, detachment, ensemble, flock, formation of troops, gaggle, group, grouping, levy, party, posse, squad, swarm a: Diu mee tey marish possan dy henn chailleeyn. DF; 2 (of people) band; 3 (of lions) pride

possan kiaullee band: Dooyrt kuse dy ynseydee dy row ad greesit liorish spyrryd Somhairle Mac Lean as y possan kiaullee Run Rig dy ynsaghey yn chengey. Carn; (small musical); orchestra

rybban pl. rybbanyn band, cordon, riband, ribbon, tape: as dy der ad er fringe ny rhumbyllyn rybban gorrym Bible

sheshaght (=Ir. seiseacht) (f.) pl. sheshaghtyn association, company, society, multitude, fellowship, congregation: haggil Moses slane sheshaght chloan Israel dy cheilley Bible; (of people) band; troop

kiangley (=Ir. ceangal) 1 pl. kianglaghyn band, bandage, bond; 2 attach, bandaging, belay, bend, bind, bind down, binding, bundle, compress, conclude, connect, constrain, dressing, fasten down, fastening, juncture, link, lock, lock in, locking, make fast, pin, retain, retention, secure, shackle, tether, tie, tie down, tie on, tie up, tying, vinculum a: va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher Bible; 3 (building) anchoring; 4 (terms) condition, stipulation; 5 (of poem) envoy; 6 (to trade) article; 7 influence; 8 relationship, involvement; 9 fetter [O.Ir. cenglaid]

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