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bog (n.) boglee; bolgagh; curragh; curree; moanee; reaisht

bog (=Ir. bog) 1 easy, flabby, limp, mellow, melting, mild, moist, pulpy, slack, soft, soft-hearted, tender a: Cha bog as eeym DF; 2 (of youth) callow; 3 (of cough) loose


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bog asphodel (n.) lus Cholumb Keeilley

bog cotton (n.) lus y chadee; lus y ching vane

bog myrtle (n.) lus roddagagh; roddag; roddagagh

Bog Oak (n.) Darrag

bog oak (n.) darrag ghoo

bog pimernell (n.) follagher curree

bog pimpernel (n.) follagher-curree

bog pine (n.) juyssagh

peat bog (n.) curragh moaney

quaking bog (n.) scraa chraaee

Shaking Bog (n.) Creelagh

shaking bog (n.) curragh craaee

boyn bog balloon tyre, pneumatic tyre

caashey bog cream cheese

drid bog gentle trot

dy bog indulgently, softly: Heid yn gheay neear dy bog as cheh, bentyn da'n lieckan myr meir oikan. Coraa

edd bog soft hat, squash hat

fer bog softy

geurey bog green winter, mild winter

guilley bog puffin

lhiouan bog hornbeam

Lieh Bog Soft Half

moddey bog softy

Pabyryn-Bog Eddin Facial Tissues

sniaghtey bog slush

staartey bog child's play: Cha nel shen agh staartey bog. DF

tead bog slack rope

toarrey bog loose stool

bog St. John's wort (n.) mess muigey

coraa bog bing round voice

fo niaghtey bog slushy

softy (n.) fer bog; moddey bog

child's play (n.) staartey bog

cream cheese (n.) caashey bog

flabby (adj.) bog

gentle trot (n.) drid bog

green winter (n.) geurey bog

hornbeam (n.) lhiouan bog

loose3 (adj.) (of cough) bog

loose stool (n.) toarrey bog

mellow bog: He has grown mellow with age - Ta'n eash er n'yannoo eh bog. DF idiom; appee: Mellow wine - Feeyn appee. DF idiom; (adj.) menoyr, menoyragh, mollim; (v.) boggaghey, cheet appee, menoyraghey, mollmaghey

mild winter (n.) geurey bog

moist (adj.) bog, tash

pulpy (adj.) bog

slack rope (n.) tead bog

slush (n.) greallagh; sniaghtey bog

Soft Half (n.) Lieh Bog

soft hat (n.) edd bog

soft-hearted bog; meiygh-chreeagh

squash hat (n.) edd bog

boglee bog

curragh moaney peat bog

Darrag Bog Oak

darrag ghoo (f.) bog oak

follagher curree bog pimernell

follagher-curree bog pimpernel

lus roddagagh bog myrtle

moanee (f.) bog, moor, turbary

roddagagh (f.) bog myrtle; gale

chicken-hearted bog-chreeagh; faitchagh

Facial Tissues (npl.) Pabyryn-Bog Eddin

indulgently (adv.) dy bog; dy meiygh

milksop (n.) bog-rannee

podginess (n.) bog-riurid

podgy (adj.) beggan roauyr; bog-roauyr

round voice (n.) coraa bog bing

slushy (adj.) fo niaghtey bog, laaghagh

soft (adj.) bog: Wax is soft, when warmed - Ta kere bog, tra t'ee er ny chiow. JJK idiom; boggyr; glass; meen, meein, meeinagh; meeley: Will you have it hard or soft ? - Bee eh eu creoi ny meeley? JJK idiom; meddey, mettey; nesh; tash; meiygh; dy kiune, dy rea

soft-boiled (adj.) bog-vroiet

soft-mouthed bog-veeallagh

squashy (adj.) bog-vroojit

bog-chreeagh chicken-hearted

bog-rannee milksop

bog-riurid podginess

bog-roauyr podgy

bog-veeallagh soft-mouthed

bog-vroiet soft-boiled

bog-vroojit squashy

curragh craaee (f.) quagmire, shaking bog

curree bog, boggy, curry, marshy

juyssagh bog pine, piny, piney

scraa chraaee (f.) quagmire, quaking bog

balloon tyre (n.) boyn bog, crou vog

callow (adj.) (of youth) bog, glass, gyn keeayl, gyn oayllys

pneumatic tyre (n.) boyn aer; boyn bog; crou vog

puffin (n.) guilley bog, parrad faarkee, pibbin

Creelagh Miry Place, Morass, Shaking Bog; Withered Place

lus Cholumb Keeilley (f.) bog asphodel, wood pimpernel

lus y ching vane (f.) bog cotton

mess muigey bog St. John's wort

roddag (f.) bog myrtle; coarse creel; network

limp (n.) baccid, croobid, lheim; (v.) shooyl dy baccagh, shooyl dy croobagh; (adj.) bog

mild (adj.) bog, eddrym, meein, meen, mial, mialagh, miallagh, soccoil

slack bog, lag; lhaggagh; lhaggid; lhiggey lesh hene; melley; moal; myngheayl

softly (adv.) aashagh; dy bog; dy kiune; dy meein; ass dty aash

lus y chadee (f.) bog cotton, cotton grass, pearly everlasting

cart cairt: The cart was caught in the bog - Va'n cairt fest 'sy voglagh. DF idiom; cart: To put the cart before the horse - Cur yn cart roish y chabbyl. JJK idiom; caart; (v.) cartey, cairtey, tayrn

melting bog; lheie; lheieagh; tenniu, theinniu: The snow is melting - Ta'n sniaghtey tenniu. JJK idiom; theinniuagh

tender1 (n.) carr geayil, baatey frastyl, tarrish; (n.) cheb; (adj.) bog, fiosagh, meigh, mettey, meiyghagh; meiygh; meddey

warmed chiowit, chiowt; (v.) hiow; (er ny) chiow: Wax is soft, when warmed - Ta kere bog, tra t'ee er ny chiow. JJK idiom

wax1 aase, bishaghey, lhieeney, sholl; cur kere er; gloas lesh kere; kere: Wax is soft, when warmed - Ta kere bog, tra t'ee er ny chiow. JJK idiom; kerey

bolgagh abdominal, bellied, billowy, blister; bulging, puffy: V'ee jeeaghyn orrym lesh sooillyn bolgagh. DF; measly; bog, moss

coltar coulter, plough cutter: Nish coltar kiart, queeyl vooar shey oarleeyn, queeyl veg nuy oarleeyn kyndagh rish yn thalloo bog. Dhoor

thieoil domestic, homely: dy gheddyn gerjaghyn thieoil reesht as lhiabbee bog as aashagh dy chadley ayn. JG

easy1 (adj., adv.) bog, dy aashagh, sasdagh; aashagh: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; soccoil: Easy life - Bea soccoil. DF idiom; (pref.) so-: That's easy done - Ta shen so-yannoo DF idiom

curragh (=Ir. corrach) (f.) pl. curreeyn bog, fen, marsh, quagmire, swamp: Yn nah laa haink jees jeh ny kirree oc dy ve çhionn ayns curragh as v'ad sluggit sheese marish nyn laadyn CnyO; canoe, coracle: Ren Severin as fer keirdey ny jees troggal curragh ayns Nerin. Dhoor; wickerwork pannier

reaisht See reeast bog; moor, upland: Va bing reiht jeh Tinvaal currit er bun lurg da Paul Costain jeh Gowaltys Thie yn Reaisht Chiarmaanit, lurg da v'er chur roish aghin-plaiynt ec haglym Tinvaal fo'n speyr ec Balley Keeill Eoin nurree. BS

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