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berchagh opulent, rich, wealthy, well-off, well-to-do: son giootyn berchagh y thallooin Bible


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Coose Berçhagh (Y) Costa Rica

dooinney berchagh (=Ir. duine beartach) rich man: Son te ny sassey da camel goll trooid croae snaidey, na da dooinney berchagh dy gholl stiagh ayns reeriaght Yee. Bible

fer berchagh rich person, moneybags: V'eh er chionnaghey y coorse Linguaphone (fer berchagh v'ayn, gyn ourys). Carn; plutocrat

jannoo berchagh enrich: Tan Chiarn jannoo boght, as jannoo berchagh Bible

Costa Rica (n.) (Y) Coose Berçhagh

enrich (v.) jannoo berchagh, lhiasaghey

moneybags (n.) fer berchagh

opulent (adj.) berchagh

rich1 berchagh, berçhagh: You're as rich as I - Ta shiuish cha berchagh as mish. JJK idiom; costallagh; dowin; lajer; mea; menoyr; menoyragh

rich man (n.) dooinney berchagh

rich person (n.) fer berchagh

turryssee tourists: Ta ny baljyn beggey shoh goll er troggal da turryssee berchagh as da sleih berchagh elley ta laccal thieyn souree. Carn

plutocrat (n.) argid-reiltagh; fer berchagh; plutacraat

wealthy (adj.) berchagh; (n.) lught yn argid

well-off berchagh, palchagh; roshtynys ec; souyr

well-to-do (adj.) berchagh, lught yn argid, palchagh, souyr

kishtaghyn chests: kishtaghyn dy choamraghyn berchagh, kianlt lesh coyrdyn Bible

thallooin (gen.) land; (y) of earth: As son giootyn berchagh y thallooin Bible

clothing coamrey: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the dooinney poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom; eaddagh; coamraghyn

despise mee-ooashlaghey; s'beg lesh; soiaghey beg jeh: However rich you may be, don't despise the poor - Kied echey berchagh as foddee shiu ve ny soie beg jeh ny boghtyn. JJK idiom; toirey; jyimmyly

fall into temptation (v.) tuittym ayns miolagh: But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare - Agh tadsyn ta soit er ve berchagh tuittym ayns miolagh, as ribbey Bible

however (adv.) ansherbee, my ta; (ny) yei; ga ta; kied echey: However rich you may be, don't despise the poor - Kied echey berchagh as foddee shiu ve ny soie beg jeh ny boghtyn. JJK idiom

learning lioaraght; scoill; ynsagh: Learning is the fine clothing of the rich man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh. DF idiom; gynsagh: Learning to talk - Gynsagh loayrtys. DF idiom

richer (adj.) berchee: His young brother is rich, his elder brother is richer, but his sister is the richest - Ta e vraar saa berchagh, ta e vraar shinney ny s'berchee, agh ta e huyr y nane s'berchee JJK idiom

stately (adj.) staydoil, staydoilagh, stoamagh, styrdal; stoamey: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the dooinney poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

waxed kereit; daase: And the man waxed great - As daase yn dooinney berchagh Bible

costyllagh costly: ayn-jee va jeant berchagh dy chooilley unnane va lhongyn oc er yn aarkey, liorish yn aght-baghee costyllagh eck Bible; burdensome: as cha bee'm costyllagh diu, son cha vel mee shirrey nyn gooid, agh shiu hene Bible

cremeydys criticism, disapprobation: My ta shin kinjagh soie er Radio Vannin ta shin cooney lhieusyn ta laccal geddyn rey rish cremeydys jeh sleih berçhagh as niartal. Dhoor

dooinney boght poor man: As haink eh gy-kione, dy dooar y dooinney boght baase, as dy dug dy ainleyn lhieu eh gys oghrish Abraham: hooar y dooinney berchagh myrgeddin baase, as v'eh er ny oanluckey. Bible; beggar

dreihys drudgery, wretchedness: Tar-jee nish shiuish gheiney berchagh, keayn-jee as gull-jee son nyn dreihys hig erriu. Bible

ellynagh (=Ir. ealaíonach) artful, artificial, artistic, cultivated: T'ad kionnaghey jallooghyn, ard-chiaull, ballay as cooidyn ard-ellynagh ry-hoi soilshaghey rish yn sleih cadjin dy vel ad berchagh as er-yn-oyr shen lhisagh ad ve nyn reiltee. Carn; mannerly, mannerliness, well-bred; mannered

farrail entertainment, fare: Va dooinney berchagh dy row va coamrit ayns gorrym-jiarg, as sheeidey, as farrail dy soaillagh dy chooilley laa. Bible

feer doillee Herculean, very difficult: As shohn oyr ta berçhys cha danjeyragh dy vel Yeesey Creest er hoilshagh dy vel eh feer doillee son dooinney berçhagh dy ve ny Chreestee vie CS

fir choonee accessories: tra ta dooinney berchagh er duittym ta ymmodee fir choonee echey Apoc

giastyllys bountifulness, charity, liberalism: va'n ven shoh berchagh ayns obbraghyn mie as giastyllys gys ny boghtyn Bible

gortys brackishness; sourness: Ta fer ayn ta gaase berchagh liorish imnea as gortys; as shoh leagh e cronney Apoc

injil (=Ir. íseal) (vulgar) common; depressed, humble, low, low-built, low down, low-grade, low-level, low-lying, low-necked, low-pitched, lowly, subaltern, subdued: Ard as injil, berchagh as boght: dagh unnane ry-cheilley.

jannoo craid er mock: Hoig Manninee dooie ny lettyryn shen va jannoo craid er aght cho glen jeh deiney berchagh, creoi as jooigh, lurg pooar as argid v'ad pandoogh. Carn

keintyn classes: 2Ta three keintyn dy leih, as feoh ec my annym orroo: Dooinney boght as eh moyrnagh, dooinney berchagh ta ny vreagerey, as shenn vaarderagh, ta coayl e chooinaghtyn Apoc

lhiggey2 (er); (pretend) act; affectation, affectedness, counterfeit, dissimulate, dissimulation, feign, feigning, feint, pose, pretence, pretend, profess, sham, simulate, simulation: Ta fer ayn ta lhiggey er dy ve berchagh Bible; fox

lhiggey er act, affectation, affectedness, counterfeit, dissimulate, dissimulation, feign, feigning, feint, fox, pose, pretence, pretend, profess, sham, simulate, simulation: Ta fer ayn ta lhiggey er dy ve berchagh, ga nagh vel monney echey Bible

obbraghyn mie good works: va'n ven shoh berchagh ayns obbraghyn mie as giastyllys gys ny boghtyn. Bible

Skeerey Braddan Braddan: V'eh yn chied er ny ruggyr jeh lught thie mooar, berchagh voish Skeerey Braddan. JC

sleih ooasle upper class: Honnick ny Britaanee ny rinkaghyn shoh goll y yannoo ec yn sleih ooasle, as v'ad smooinaghtyn dy row ad nyn ayrn jeh'n vea berchagh. Carn

troailtagh pl. troailtee carpetbagger, commuter, itinerant, itinerate, passenger, passer-by, rep, representative, traveller, travelling, travelling salesman, traverse, trekker, wayfarer: haink troailtagh raad y dooinney berchagh Bible

wuigh See buigh yellow: Ayns mean ny noidyn Satan va ny hoie ayns fainagh-caggee berchagh lesh airh wuigh PC

ynrick (as behaviour) correct; earnest, faithful, forthcoming, frank, genuine, honest, intrinsic, just, open-hearted, outright, righteous, sincere, straightforward, truthful, undeviating, upright, upstanding, openhearted: ta'n boght ynrick ny share na'n berchagh breagagh Bible

elder (n.) fer reill; (adj.) mooarey; shinney: His young brother is rich, his elder brother is richer, but his sister is the richest of the whole family - Ta e vraar saa berchagh, ta e vraar shinney ny s'berchee, agh ta e huyr y nane JJK idiom; (n.) tramman

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

plentifully (adv.) dy palchey: The ground of a certain rich man brought forth plentifully - Ren thalloo dooinney berchagh dy row mess y chur magh dy palchey Bible; dy slane: and how hast thou plentifully declared the thing as it is? - as kys tou dy slane er hoilshaghey yn chooish myr te? Bible

farrys cheerey agronomic, agronomical; agronomy: S'treisht lhiam dy vees y reiltys PNG jannoo red ennagh dy vishaghey yn farrys cheerey jeh PNG as hig yn sleih ayns buill lheid y Moro dy ve ny smoo berchagh ayns ny laaghyn ry heet. Dhoor; political economy

goaill seose arrest; take up: Cha nee shen ny ta shin goaill seose, agh shen ny ta shin cur seose ta jannoo shin berçhagh. EF Teh goaill seose yn fer imlee ass y joan as troggal yn ymmyrchagh veihn thorran Bible

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