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blaa (=Ir. bláth, Sc.G. blàth) pl. blaaghyn bloom, blossom, flower: son t'eh gaase myr blaa yn vagher Bible; heyday; pride [O.Ir. bláth]


Inexact matches:

ass blaa out of flower

attey blaa garland

blaa aeg bud, flowerbud

blaa arroo bluebottle, cornflower

blaa beayn immortelle

blaa Boaldyn lily of the valley

blaa boalley wallflower

blaa greiney Jerusalem artichoke

blaa lheeys medicinal plant

blaa Nollick Christmas rose

blaa oranje orange blossom

blaa peitshag peach blossom

blaa ruishagh pink, sea pink

blaa slaanee snapdragon

blaa sniaghtee snowdrop

blaa villish (f.) violet

blaa vreck flowered, flowery

caayl blaa cauliflower

caillin blaa flower girl

crockan blaa flowerpot, flower pot

garey blaa flower garden

Lhag Blaa Flowery Hollow

shapp blaa flower shop

ynsagh blaa anthology

Bayr Blaa ny Ferrishyn Campion Way

blaa Feill' Eoin wallflower

blaa noa my-vlaa new-blown flower

blaa ny feoghaig periwinkle

blaa ny ferrishyn campion, red campion, white campion

blaa ny jeeigey water purslane

blaa ny moddee dogberry

blaa ny Nollick helebore

blaa yn 'Eaill Eoin Brompton stock, gilliflower

poseeyn ayns blaa open flowers: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa Bible

wallflower (n.) blaa boalley; blaa Feill' Eoin: Here's a fine wallflower - Er hoh blaa Feaill' Eoin aalin. JJK idiom; lus yn voalley

campion (n.) blaa ny ferrishyn

Christmas rose (n.) blaa Nollick

flower (n.) blaa: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom; (v.) blaaghey, cheet my vlaa; losserey

flowerbud (n.) blaa aeg

flowered blaa vreck

flower garden (n.) garey blaa

flower girl (n.) caillin blaa

flowerpot (n.) crockan blaa

flower pot crockan blaa

flower shop (n.) shapp blaa

Flowery Hollow (n.) Lhag Blaa

garland (n.) attey blaa, slongan

helebore (n.) blaa ny Nollick

heyday (n.) ard-laa, blaa

immortelle (n.) blaa beayn

orange blossom (n.) blaa oranje

peach blossom (n.) blaa peitshag

sea pink (n.) blaa ruishagh

snowdrop (n.) blaa sniaghtee

blossom blaa: and their blossom shall go up as dust - as hed y blaa oc seose myr y joan Bible; cheet my vlaa, cur magh blaaghyn; (to); (dy) vlaaghey; blaaghey: And it shall come to pass, that the man's rod, whom I shall choose, shall blossom - As hig eh gy-kione, dy jean slattag y dooinney, neems y reih, blaaghey Bible

cauliflower (n.) caayl blaa; collag; collish

new-blown flower (n.) blaa noa my-vlaa

open flowers (npl.) poseeyn ayns blaa

out of flower ass blaa

perianth (n.) ym-blaa

pink (n., adj.) bane-yiarg; jiarg-bane; (n.) blaa ruishagh

red campion (n.) blaa ny ferrishyn

vase (n.) corn, saagh, saagh-blaa

water purslane (n.) blaa ny jeeigey

white campion (n.) blaa ny ferrishyn

blaa-ruishagh carnation

saagh-blaa vase

ym-blaa perianth

anthology (n.) skeealyn chaglit, teihys daaneyn, ynsagh blaa

Brompton stock (n.) blaa yn 'Eaill Eoin

Campion Way (n.) Bayr Blaa ny Ferrishyn

carnation1 (n.) lus y ghillid; blaa-ruishagh

cornflower (n.) blaa arroo, lus y voteil ghorrym

dogberry (gen.) blaa ny moddee, tramman ushtey

flowery (adj.) blaa vreck, blaaoil, my vlaa, ornaidagh

gilliflower (n.) blaa yn 'Eaill Eoin, lus y touree

Jerusalem artichoke (n.) blaa greiney, praase greiney, praase rangagh

medicinal plant (n.) blaa lheeys, lus lheeys

snapdragon (n.) blaa slaanee; stutch ny lhoiy

violet (n.) blaa villish, bossan feeackle, lus y chree

lily of the valley (n.) blaa Boaldyn, lilee ny glionney, lilee y choan

periwinkle (n.) blaa ny feoghaig; feoghaig; fughage; lus ny feoghaig

bloom1 blaa, clooie, gloas; blaaghey; bloom; cur magh blaaghyn; my vlaa: See how the trees are in bloom - Jeeagh ec ny biljyn kys t'ad my vlaa. JJK idiom

bluebottle (n.) blaa arroo, carchuillag ghorrym, guilley gorrym; lus y voteil, lus y voteil gorrym

bring forth (v.) cur magh; breh; ymmyrkagh; gymmyrkey magh: ye shall bring forth stubble - nee shiu gymmyrkey magh stubble Bible; coyrt magh: For as the earth bringeth forth her bud - Son myr tan thalloo coyrt magh blaa Bible

bud1 blaa aeg; blaaghey; brishey magh; buinney; cree; cur buinney magh: They are in bud - T'ad cur buinnaghyn magh. DF idiom; fo vuinnaghyn; gobbit; gub; gubbit; jeeass; keeagh

goodliness (n.) aalid: and all the goodliness thereof is as the flower of the field - as dy vel ooilleyn aalid echey myr blaa ny magheragh Bible; menoyrid

perfume (v.) cooraghey; (n.) coorane, perfume; soar-millish: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom

pride1 (n.) ard-voyrn, blaa, kione-ardys, sturd, styrdalaght; moyrn: Pride will have a fall - Yiow moyrn lhieggey. JJK idiom

almondyn almonds: Three lampyn goll rish almondyn, lesh cront as blaa er un vanglane Bible

bath bath: van beeal echey obbrit myr beeal cappan, lesh blaa lileeyn: ve goaill daa housane bath. Bible

berrish-feeyney (f.) grape: Son roish yn ouyr, lurg da'n blaa v'er jeet gys slane aase, as y berrish-feeyney geayr er n'appaghey ayns y vlaa Bible

bossan lesser reed mace, wort: Yn boayl ta bossan, luss as blaa Nyn soaral millish skeaylley lhean. Coraa; penis; protrusion

bwoid saggyrt orchis, spotted orchis: Cre va'n blaa shen? Ta'n Moddey gra dy re bwoid saggyrt v'ayn. Dhoor

Feaill' Eoin John the Baptist's Day, midsummer day: Er hoh blaa Feaill' Eoin aalin. JJK

grainnaghey carve, carving, chase, engrave, grave, graving, incise, inlay, inscribe, sculpture, tool: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible

Jamyssagh Jacobean, Jacobite: "Blaa ny h-Albin" myr yiarragh shin ayns Gaelg, she arrane noa mychione Nalbin Jamyssagh y fer shen. GK

kiarkil circle, circles: dagh blaa as posee strappey ooilley'n grunt ayns cruint, ayns roaghyn, as ayns kiarkil runt PC; circuits

obbyr grainnit (f.) graving: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible

orchard (pl -yn) orchard: er-gerrey da laadit lesh mess, lesh duilley as lesh blaa ec yn un cheayrt, maskey ny h-ooylyn elley trooid magh yn orchard cha vaik rieau e shilley. PC

posee pl. poseeyn nosegay: myr dooinney lajer t'eh goaill e yurnaa, lhiurid yn aer, as waiteil er ta'n laa, dagh blaa, dagh posee t'er y thalloo wass skeayley nyn duilley, gennal ayns e chiass. PC; posy

poseenyn posies: banglaneyn aalin gaase ard er nyn skyn, feeit trooid y cheilley 's ooilley glass veih'n vun; poseenyn millish as dagh dooghys blaa fordrail nyn eunys chammah oie as laa PC

poseeyn posies: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa ; as choodee eh ad lesh airh soit er yn obbyr grainnit. Bible

rassyn seeds: Son myr ta'n thalloo coyrt magh blaa, as myr ta ny rassyn ta cuirrit 'sy gharey cheet er-ash; myr shen ver y Chiarn Jee er cairys as moylley dy vlaaghey magh kiongoyrt rish ooilley ny ashoonyn. Bible

'sy vagher afield: My ta Jee eisht myr shoh coamrey blaa ny magheragh, ta jiusy vagher, as mairagh ceaut ayns yn oghe: Bible

waiteil2 (at table); (dy); (to) wait: myr dooinney lajer t'eh goaill e yurnaa, lhiurid yn aer, as waiteil er ta'n laa, dagh blaa, dagh posee t'er y thalloo wass skeayley nyn duilley, gennal ayns e chiass. PC

clothe (v.) coamrey: If then God so clothe the grass, which is to day in the field My ta Jee eisht myr shoh coamrey blaa ny magheragh ta jiusy vagher Bible; cur eaddagh er; cur mysh: Clothe yourself - Cur mood. DF idiom; coamree

pot1 (v.) cur ayns crockan, tilgey; cur bluckan 'sy phoagey; (n.) kennip; crockan: Flower pot - Crockan blaa. DF idiom; kishtey; pot: Take the pot off the fire - Trog yn poht jeh'n aile. DF idiom; pott: The dogs have put their heads in the pot - Ta ny moddee er chur nyn ging 'sy phott. DF idiom

corranyn hooks: Son roish yn ouyr, lurg da'n blaa v'er jeet gys slane aase, as y berrish-feeyney geayr er n'appaghey ayns y vlaa, giare-ee eh jeh ny slattagyn lesh corranyn-pollal, as gowee eh ersooyl, as giare-ee eh sheese ny banglaneyn. Bible

daunseeyn dances: Myr shen dy ren ad-hene as ooilley yn cheer runt mygeayrt goaill roo lesh attaghyn-blaa, as daunseeyn, as lesh timbrelyn. Apoc

dooinney doo black man, Negro: yn blaa shoh, va mee er ve dy reayll son prinse aalin Massa-Carrara, v'eh raipit voym liorish captan ny roosteyryn-marrey; she dooinney doo eajee v'ayn, heill dy jarroo dy row eh jannoo ard onner dou. CnyO

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