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beginning (n.) toshiaght: The beginning always is - Ta'n toshiaght dy-kinjagh. JJK idiom


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at the beginning ec y toshiaght: Beginning at the beginning - Goaill toshiaght ec y toshiaght. DF idiom

from beginning to end veih toshiaght gys jerrey

from the beginning er-dyn toshiaght: From the beginning of the world - Er dyn toshiaght y theihll. DF idiom; veih'n toshiaght

of the beginning toshee

since the beginning er-dyn hoshiaght: For since the beginning of the world men have not heard - Son er-dyn toshiaght y theihll cha vel deiney er chlashtyn Bible; er-dy hoshiaght: such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time - lheid as nagh row er-dy hoshiaght y theihll gys y traa tayn nish Bible

blaze1 lossan; lossey: It's beginning to blaze - T'eh goaill toshiaght dy lossey. JJK idiom; lossyr; blaze; soilshean, flozan, floggan

career coorse: At beginning of his career - Ec toshiaght e choorse. DF idiom; coorse-bea; imneeaght roish

created (v.) crooit; chroo: In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. - Ayns y toshiaght chroo Jee niau as thalloo. Bible; kiaddit: Created by his genius - Kiaddit trooid yn ardcheeayll echey. DF idiom

fruit (n.) mess: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; troar; (v.) ymmyrkey mess

grow (v.) aase: It's beginning to grow late - Te g'aase anmagh. JJK idiom; cuirr; mooadaghey

late1 anmagh: It's beginning to grow late - Te g'aase anmagh. JJK idiom; dy anmagh: I don't like going to bed late - Cha laik lhiam goll dy lhie dy-anmagh. JJK idiom; (adj., adv.) jeianagh; roud

rot loauaghey, loaughey: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; loauid; loauys; molkey; ommidys; ommidjys; trouise

through (adj., adv.) trooid: The sun is beginning to break through - Ta'n ghrian goaill toshiaght dy vrishey trooid. JJK idiom; (ny) hrooid

ec y toshiaght 1 (dy ve); (to) to lead; 2 at the beginning a: Nagh vel shiu er lhaih, eshyn chroo ad ec y toshiaght, dy chroo eh ad fyrrynagh as bwoirrynagh? Bible

er-dy hoshiaght since the beginning: Agh er-dy hoshiaght y theihll, chroo Jee ad fyrrynagh as bwoirrynagh. Bible

er-dyn hoshiaght since the beginning: Son er-dyn toshiaght y theihll cha vel deiney er chlashtyn, ny er hoiggal liorish y chleaysh, chamoo ta sooill er vakin, er-lhimmey jeeds, O Yee

er-dyn toshiaght from the beginning: ta ny coyrleyn ayd's er-dyn toshiaght cairys as firrinys. Bible

'sy toshiaght foremost; in the beginning: As, Tou uss, Hiarn, ’sy toshiaght er hoiaghey undin y thallooin Bible

toshee1 chief, commencing, fore, forward, front, precursory, pre-eminent, prefatory, preliminary, primary, senior, terminal; (gen.) of the beginning: va nyn ayraghyn dooys myr mess toshee yn villey-figgaghsy chied imbagh Bible; pack

toshiaght (f.) (of ship) bow; beginning, commencement, curtain raiser, dawn, fore, forefront, forepart, forestalling, genesis, getaway, inception, initiation, lead, opening, outset, preliminary, start: veih toshiaght gys jerrey kerraghey er y noid Bible; (of pain) threshold; onset

veih'n toshiaght from the outset: Quoi dobbree as ren shoh y chooilleeney, cowraghey ny sheelogheyn veihn toshiaght? Bible; from the beginning

veih toshiaght gys jerrey fore and aft; from beginning to end: Nee'm my hideyn er-meshtey lesh fuill, (as nee my chliwe feill my noidyn y stroie) as shen, lesh fuill ny merriu, as ny cappeeyn, veih toshiaght gys jerrey kerraghey er y noid. Bible

break (n.) aash, barney, doarlish, straih, traa cloie, traa seyr; chentyn; (v.) cur fo haart, chraghey, smoashal; (impv) brish; (to); (dy) vrishey: The sun is beginning to break through - Ta'n ghrian goaill toshiaght dy vrishey trooid. JJK idiom; vrish; brishey: I must be up by break of day - Shegin dou ve er my chosh ec brishey'n laa. JJK idiom

watches (npl.) arraghyn: in the beginning of the watches pour out thine heart - ayns toshiaght ny arraghyn deayrt magh dty chree Bible; watchyn: their brethren, were over against them in the watches - nyn mraaraghyn goaill nyn goorse, ayns ny watchyn Bible

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