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believe (v.) credjal: I believe she is well - Ta mee credjal dy vel ee slane. JJK idiom; cred; gred; (to); (dy) chredjal

Inexact matches:

Believe me (intj) Creid mish

Creid mish (intj) Believe me

make-believe ashlish, lhiggey; lhiggey er hene

lhiggey5 (er hene) make-believe

lhiggey er hene make-believe

bring home (n.) cur lesh thie: Wilt thou believe him, that he will bring home thy seed - Vod oo credjal dy der eshyn lesh thie dty arroo Bible; cur stiagh

jest spotch: I believe she only said it in jest - Ta mee credjal nagh dooyrt ee eh agh myr spotch. JJK idiom; (n.) spotcheraght; (v.) spotchal

rain (v.) ceau, ceau fliaghey; (n.) fliaghey: I believe we shall have rain before long - Ta mee credjal dy bee fliaghey ain roish foddey. JJK idiom; jeein

reason (v.) arganey, resoonaghey, resooney, skaliygh; (n.) fa, oyr; resoon: We've reason to believe that our under-taking will prove lucrative - Ta resoon ain credjal dy jeanmayd argid ass y ventyr. JJK idiom

shall follow eiyree: And these signs shall follow them that believe - As eiyree ny cowraghyn shoh orroosyn ta credjal Bible

ashlish (f.) apocalypse, dream, illusion, make-believe, revelation, vision: honnick Nebuchadnezzar ashlish ayns e ghreamallyn Bible; spectre

chredjal (dy); (to) believe: As ga dy vaik shiu shoh, cha ghow shiu arrys ny lurg shen, dy chredjal ayn. Bible

cred (=Ir. cread) 1 believe a: Tra t'eh coyrt glare aalin, ny cred eh Bible; 2 cough, grunt, roughness, tickle; 3 (in throat) frog

credjal believe, credence, credit: er-yn-oyr dy ren eh credjal ayns e Yee Bible; believing

gred (=Ir. gred) burning sensation, heat, smart; believe: Agh mannagh gred shiu ny screeuyn echeysyn, kys nee shiu credjal ny goan aym's? Bible

foolish (adj.) blebbinagh, bolvaneagh, meecheayllagh, neuhushtagh, sou-cheeayllagh; ommijagh: My uncle isn't foolish enough to believe that - Cha nel my naim ommijagh dy-liooar dy chredjal (eh) shen. JJK idiom; ommidjagh: Take it, it would be foolish not to - Gow eh, veagh ommidjagh gyn goaill eh. DF idiom

goodness1 (n.) mie, mienys; foayr: Lord, thou art God, and hast promised this goodness unto thy servant - uss y Jee, ter yialdyn y foayr shoh da dty harvaant Bible; foays; kenjallys: but that I believe verily to see the goodness of the Lord - agh dy vel mee dy shickyr credjal dy akin kenjallys y Chiarn Bible; mieys: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith - graih, boggey, shee, surranse- foddey, ymmyrkey meiygh, mieys, firrinys Bible


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