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bingys (f.) intonation, melodiousness, music, ring, shrillness, sounding, yielding music: cha neaisht-ym rish bingys dty violyn Bible; ringing; melody


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feddan bingys pitch pipe

intonation (n.) bingys

melodiousness (n.) bingys

melody (n.) carr; bingys: for I will not hear the melody of thy viols. - son cha neaisht-ym rish bingys dty violyn Bible

shrillness (n.) bingys

yielding music bingys; bingyssagh

ringing claggintys; clinckal; gling; glingal; bingys: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bingys. DF idiom; clinkeragh: There's someone ringing - Ta pagh ennagh clinkeragh. JJK idiom; bwoalley: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bwoalley. DF idiom

pitch pipe (n.) feddan ardjey, feddan bingys

sounding bingys; bingyssagh; sheeanagh; sheeaney; sunteil

bells (npl.) cluig: The bells are clanging - Ta ny cluig bingys. DF idiom

chiaullee of music: greinyn bingys son ny fir-chiaullee Bible

fed (on whistle) blast, toot: Ren fed bingys. DF; pant; swish, zip

psaltreeyn psalteries: dy yannoo bingys lesh greinyn kiaullee, psaltreeyn, as claasaghyn Bible

church bell (n.) clag ny killagh: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bingys. DF idiom

music (n.) bingys; kiaull; kiaullee; kiaulleeaght: He has an ear for music - Ta cleaysh vie echey da'n chiaulleeaght. DF idiom

glion (=Ir. gleann) (m., f.) pl. glionteenyn creek, glen, vale, valley: eisht cluinnee oo'n lhon kiaulleeaght bingys ayns dagh broogh as glion; yn kellagh ooasle gynsagh dooin kys ta yn oie goll shaghey PC

killagh (gen.) 1 belonging to the church, of a church a: Ta clagh ny killagh bingys. DF; 2 celled

lhon (f.) (female) blackbird: eisht cluinnee oo'n lhon kiaulleeaght bingys ayns dagh broogh as glion PC

tabretyn tabrets: Ta bingys tabretyn scuirr, tan reaid ocsyn ta jannoo gien mie harrish Bible

timbrelyn timbrels: T'adsyn ta goaill arraneyn shooyll hoshiaght, adsyn ta jannoo bingys er greïnyn-kiaull cheet nyn-yeï: ayns y vean ta ny mraane-aegey cloie er ny timbrelyn. Bible

turtle (Orn.) turtle: ta imbagh kiaulleeaght ny ushagyn er jeet, as ta bingys yn turtle er ny chlashtynsy cheer ain. Bible

ushagyn birds: Ta ny blaaghyn ry-akin er y thalloo, ta imbagh kiaulleeaght ny ushagyn er jeet, as ta bingys yn turtle er ny chlashtyn 'sy cheer ain. Bible

violyn viols: Ersooyl voym lesh kiaull dty arraneyn, son cha neaisht-ym rish bingys dty violyn. Bible

I will not hear cha neaisht-ym: I will not hear the melody of thy viols - cha neaisht-ym rish bingys dty violyn Bible; cha jean-ym clashtyn: when ye make many prayers, I will not hear - tra ta shiu goaill ymmodee padjeryn, cha jean-ym clashtyn Bible

ring bingys, clinc, rhollan; (v.) cur fainey er, cur stroineen er, clinck, craa, clinckal, clinckeragh, glingal; broo: Ring the doorbell - Broo yn claggan. DF idiom; bwoalley: Ring the bell - Bwoaill yn clag. DF idiom; crie: Ring the bell - Crie yn kiaullane. DF idiom; (n.) bwoaillee, croa, fainney, kiarkyl, loop, paal, scoodyn; fainey: He pledged the ring - Hug eh yn ainey myr raane. DF idiom

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