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beasts (npl.) (ny) beishtyn; beiyn, beïyn


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Beasts' Farm (n.) Jurby

brute beasts (npl.) beïyn feïe

wild beasts (npl.) beishtyn feïe

beasts of the field (npl.) maase y vagheragh

wild beasts of the desert (npl.) beishtyn oaldey yn aasagh

wild beasts of the field (npl.) maase feïe yn vagher

wild beasts of the islands (npl.) cretooryn agglagh ny hellanyn

Beast's Place (n.) Boayl ny Beisht

beast's sexual organs (npl.) arkyn

wild3 (adj.) (as animal) oaldey: the wild beasts of the desert with the wild beasts of the islands shall dwell there - nee beishtyn oaldey yn aasagh, marish cretooryn agglagh ny hellanyn, cummal ayns shen Bible

of the forest keilley: For all the beasts of the forest are mine - Son lhiams ta ooilley maase ny keilley: Bible; keylley: He built also the house of the forest - Hrog eh neesht thie keylley Lebanon Bible; (y) cheyll: wherein all the beasts of the forest do move - ayn ta ooilley beïyn y cheyll rouail mygeayrt Bible

arkyn beast's sexual organs; (Orn.) cloaca

Boayl ny Beisht Beast's Place

Jurby Beasts' Farm; Ivar's Farm

beishtyn (animals) vermin, beasts: haink kiare beishtyn mooar seose veih yn aarkey Bible; toothache

beïyn beasts: Dy chooilley cheyrrey as dow: as myrgeddyn beïyn y vagher Bible

burnt offering (n.) oural losht: Lebanon is not sufficient to burn, nor the beasts thereof sufficient for a burnt offering - cha vel Lebanon dy liooar son aile, nyn maase ter dy liooar son ourallosht Bible

I will rid eiyr-ym ersooyl: I will rid evil beasts out of the land - eiyr-ym ersooyl drogh-veishtyn ass y cheer Bible; livrey-ym: I will rid you out of their bondage - livrey-ym shiu veihn bondiaght oc Bible

lion (n.) leion; lion: Beasts such as the lion - Beiyn lhied as y lion. DF idiom

slaves (npl.) raanteenyn; slaveyn: wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men - curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney Bible; sleabyn

stalls (npl.) bwaneyn: and there shall be no herd in the stalls - as nagh bee dew ayns ny bwaneyn Bible; stabyllyn: stalls for all manner of beasts - stabyllyn son dy chooilley cheint dy veïyn Bible

strange (adj.) anoayshagh: Strange beasts - Beiyn anoayshagh. DF idiom; frangagh, goaldagh; quaagh: You will experience a strange feeling - Hig ennaghtyn quaagh ort. DF idiom; joarree: To make strange - Dy ve joarree. DF idiom; quaaie

beishtyn feïe wild beasts: lhig-ym feayshlit orroo myrgeddin feeacklyn beishtyn feïe, lesh pyshoon ard-nieughyn ny hooirey. Bible

beishtyn oaldey yn aasagh wild beasts of the desert: Shen-y-fa nee beishtyn oaldey yn aasagh, marish cretooryn agglagh ny hellanyn, cummal ayns shen Bible

beiyn cattle, beasts, dumb animals, fauna: Jeh ny beiyn glen, as jeh ny beiyn neughlen Bible

beïyn feïe brute beasts: Agh ad shoh, myr benn feie gyn resoon dooghyssagh jeant dy ve shelgit as stroit Bible

cretooryn agglagh ny hellanyn wild beasts of the islands: Shen-y-fa nee beishtyn oaldey yn aasagh, marish cretooryn agglagh ny hellanyn, cummal ayns shen Bible

maase feïe yn vagher wild beasts of the field: Shione dou ooilley ny eeanlee ter ny sleityn: as ta maase feïe yn vagher ayns my hilley Bible

maase y vagheragh beasts of the field: as y fooilliaght oc, nee maase y vagheragh gee Bible

groan (n.) osney; sogh; (v.) soghal: he shall groan before him with the groanings of a deadly wounded man - nee eh soghal kiongoyrt rish, myr soghyn dooinney ta guint gy-baase Bible; osnaghey: we ourselves groan within ourselves - ta shinyn shin hene osnaghey cheu-sthie jin hene Bible; garveigagh: How do the beasts groan! - Kys ta ny beïyn garveigagh! Bible

wild1 faasagh; fadane: though man be born like a wild ass's colt - ga dy vel eh er ny ruggey myr lhiy yn assyl fadane Bible; feaynid; jeh chash; reeastane; feie; feïee: And he will be a wild man - Bee eh ny ghooinney feïee Bible; feïe: I will also send wild beasts among you - Neem marish shoh cur beishtyn feïe ny-vud eu Bible

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