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bird (n.) ushag: A bird in the hand is as good as two in he bush - Ta ushag 'sy laue chammah as jees 'sy tammag. JJK idiom


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adjutant bird (n.) coar-Injinagh

babbler bird (n.) ushag veealeraght

bird cage (n.) clean ushag

Bird Cairn (n.) Carn Ushag

bird call (n.) eam ushag, yllagh ushag

bird fancier (n.) eeaneyr

Bird Hill (n.) Cronk Ushag

bird observatory (n.) reayrtlann–eeanlee

Bird Place (n.) Boayl Ushag

bird sanctuary (n.) kemmyrk eeanlee

bird watcher (n.) arreyder eeanlee; fer arrey ein

cock bird (n.) kellagh

gallows bird (n.) fer aarloo da'n chriy

hen bird (n.) kiark; (yn) woirrinagh

humming bird (n.) eean bing; ushag ving

lyre bird (n.) lyrane

magnificent frigate-bird (n.) frigaid mooaralagh

mocking bird (n.) ushag chraidoil

night bird (n.) eean oie

nimble bird (n.) looran

roller bird (n.) rolleyder

sea bird (n.) eean marrey, eeanlee marrey, ushag varrey

secretary bird (n.) screeudeyr

wading bird (n.) shooylleyder

weaver bird (n.) eean fidderagh; eeanlee fidderagh; fidder

bird cherry tree (n.) billey shillish figgagh

bird of passage (n.) eean shooyl

bird of prey (n.) shirragh

bird winged butterfly (n.) foillycan ushag-skianagh

Croft of the Bird (n.) Croit ny Ushag

foot of bird (n.) spaag

Place of the Bird (n.) Boayl Ushag; Boayl yn Ushag

Rock of the Bird (n.) Creg yn Yeean

arreyder eeanlee bird watcher

Boayl Ushag Bird Place

Carn Ushag Bird Cairn

coar-Injinagh (f.) adjutant bird

Cronk Ushag Bird Hill

eam ushag bird call

eean bing humming bird

eeaneyr bird fancier

eean fidderagh weaver bird

eeanlee fidderagh weaver bird

eean oie night bird

kemmyrk eeanlee bird sanctuary

looran nimble bird

lyrane lyre bird

reayrtlann–eeanlee (f.) bird observatory

rolleyder roller, roller bird

ushag chraidoil (f.) mocking bird

ushag varrey (f.) sea bird

ushag veealeraght (f.) babbler bird

ushag ving (f.) humming bird

yllagh ushag bird call

bird-catcher (n.) eeaneyder, eeanleyder

bird-catching eeanleydys; foodlagh; tayrtyn eeanlee

bird-nesting (v.) shirrey idd

bird-trap (n.) figgan ushag, ribbey ushag

bird-witted (adj.) eddrym, frittagh

dicky-bird (n.) eean beg, eeanag

clean ushag birdcage; bird cage

eeanag (f.) dicky-bird

eean beg (n.) dicky-bird

eeaneyder bird-catcher, fowler

eeanleyder bird-catcher, fowler

eeanleydys bird-catching, fowling

fer arrey ein bird watcher

figgan ushag bird-trap

foillycan ushag-skianagh bird winged butterfly

foodlagh bird-catching

frigaid mooaralagh magnificent frigate-bird

ribbey ushag (f.) bird-trap

shirrey idd bird-nesting

shooylleyder promenader; wader, wading bird

tayrtyn eeanlee bird-catching

billey shillish figgagh bird cherry tree

Boayl yn Ushag Booilushag, Place of the Bird

Creg yn Yeean Rock of the Bird

Croit ny Ushag Croft of the Bird

eeanlee marrey (npl.) sea bird, sea fowl

eean marrey (n.) sea bird, sea fowl

eean shooyl bird of passage, straggler

fer aarloo da'n chriy gallows bird

woirrinagh (yn) hen bird: Quoi y woirrinagh shen? DF

biting (v.) mingey; mingeraght: The bird was biting - Va'n ushag mingeraght. DF idiom

chirp scoylgernee: chip like a bird - scolgarnee myr eean. JK

frittagh banal, bird-witted, brainless, frivolous, inconstant, trifling, unstable

kellagh chanticleer, cock, cock bird, rooster: as chelleeragh gherr y kellagh. Bible; (of anchor) cock

around chymmylt; mygeayrt: The bird flew around them - Dettyl yn ushag mygeayrt oc. DF idiom; mysh; ym-

hatch aalagh; cooylley; grainney; guirr: Let every bird hatch its own eggs - Lhig da dy-chooilley ushag guirr e hoohyn hene. JJK idiom; hatch; clussaghey

nest (n.) aal; edd: Every bird likes its own nest best - Share s'laik lesh dagh ushag e hedd hene. JJK idiom; straih; (v.) jannoo edd, troggal edd

tame2 (adj.) (not wild) meein, meen: This bird is tame, isn't it? - Ta'n ushag shoh meen, nagh vel? JJK idiom

fidder weaver: "Agh,"  dooyrt fer rish yn chenn dooinney, "Immee stiagh sy thie as fow yn garmin ass yn  ghreie ayds," - son she fidder yn chenn dooinney GB; weaver bird

kiark (=SG., Ir. cearc) (f.) pl. kiarkyn (of birds) female; fowl, hen, hen bird: myr ta kiark goaill stiagh e hein Bible

screeudeyr scribe, secretary, secretary bird, writer: Myr shen my vees red erbee ec sleih elley bee foaysagh da ny Gaelgeyryn ta nyn screeudeyr g'eearree artyn voue. Carn

shirragh bird of prey, buzzard, falcon, kite, seeker: As y vulture, as y shirragh, lurg e ghooie Bible; would seek: Cha shirragh ad veg jeh my choyrle Bible

spaag (=Ir. spag) (f.) pl. spaagyn foot of bird, hoof; paw: As cre-erbee ta goll er e spaagyn, mastey ooilley ny beiyn kiare-cassagh Bible; club foot, clubfoot; club; (of clock) finger, hand; (cards) club; paddle, spattle: bee spaag ayd er dty lorg Bible; claw

ushag (=Ir. fuiseog, Sc.G. uiseag) (f.) pl. ushagyn bird: dy chooilley ushag jeh dagh horch. Bible; shuttlecock [O.Ir. uiseóg "lark"]

from the east niar; veihn niar: Calling a ravenous bird from the east - Geamagh er eean jollyssagh veihn niar Bible For exaltation cometh neither from the east, nor from the west - Son cha vel stayd ard cheet veihn niar, ny veihn neear Bible; lesh y shar: as they journeyed from the east - myr ghow ad nyn yurnah lesh y shar Bible

hateful (adj.) dwoaieagh; feohdagh; feohdoil; dwoaiagh: living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another - baghey ayns goanlys as roon, dwoaiagh, as coyrt dwoaie yn derrey yeh dan jeh elley Bible; eajee: and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird - as edd son dy chooilley eean neu-ghlen as eajee Bible

species (n.) dooghys, kynney, sorch; dooie: The bird is like his species if there's down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom; keint: Two trees of like species - Daa villey jeh keint cosoylagh. DF idiom

wandering1 rouail: He is wandering about - T'eh rouail mygeayrt. DF idiom As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying - Myr tan ushag ayns rouail, as y ghollan-gheayee ayns getlagh Bible; rouailtagh; shaghraneys; shaghranys; shaghrynagh; shaghrynys: Better is the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire - Ny share ta shen ta roish dty hooillyn, na shaghrynys yn yeearree; stravaagey: She is wandering about - T'ee stravaagey mygeayrt. DF idiom; wandreilagh; wandreilys; rouaillagh; er-shaghryn: he was wandering in the field - veh er-shaghryn fud y vagher Bible

eddrym (=Ir. adrom) benign, feint, mild, unpronounced; (adj.) light, lightweight, unsubstantial, slight: Son ta my whing aashagh, as my errey eddrym Bible; (as blow) weak; (as head) empty; bird-witted, flighty, shallow, silly: leeideil ayns cappeeys mraane eddrym laadit lesh peccaghyn Bible; vain: Ta ny phadeyryn eck deiney eddrym as cluicagh Bible; (material) airy; frivolous

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