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Bollagh Balloch, Old Road

bollagh aforetime, wont: raad bollagh ad stoyral ny ourallyn-arran Bible; channel, course, curving uphill road, gap, gorge, lane, passage, route, thoroughfare: Yiare eh magh bollagh dasyn magh ass y chamyr. DF


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bollagh aeragh airway

bollagh bus bus route

bollagh cabbil pack road

bollagh dooblit dual carriageway

Bollagh Jiarg Red Road

bollagh kyagh cul-de-sac

bollagh lhuingey shipping lane

bollagh magh way out

bollagh marrey shipping lane

bollagh mooar arterial road

bollagh stiagh adit, way in

bollagh traghtee trade route

bollagh ushtey waterway

dy bollagh absolutely, clean, point-blank, quite, thoroughly, wholly, utterly: as neesht dy bollagh er roostey shin jeh ooilley nyn argid. bee yn chengey brisht dy bollagh ayns sheeloghe. Carn

myr bollagh as before: Ta mee cur tastey da eddin nyn ayrey, nagh vel eh lhiam myr bollagh eh Bible; as heretofore

bollagh eddyr thieyn intercommunication

bollagh mooar kiarklagh great circle route

Bollagh ny Polann Polish Corridor

coagyrit dy bollagh done to a T

dy bollagh neuresoonagh totally unrealistic

stroie dy bollagh destroy utterly: stroie oo eh dy bollagh, as ooilley ny tayn, as y maase echey, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

stroiet dy bollagh utterly destroyed

shipping lane (n.) bollagh lhuingey, bollagh marrey

absolutely (adj.) ass myghin, er dagh ooilley chor; dy bollagh: I agree with you absolutely - Ta mee cordail rhyt dy bollagh. DF idiom; slane: You are absolutely correct - Ta shiu slane kiart. DF idiom

aforetime (adv.) bollagh

arterial road (n.) bollagh mooar

as before myr bollagh: that it is not toward me as before - nagh vel eh lhiam myr bollagh eh Bible; myr ve roïe: it was not toward him as before - cha row eh lesh myr ve roïe Bible

as heretofore (adv.) myr v'eh roie; myr bollagh: Ye shall no more give the people straw to make brick, as heretofore - Cha der shiu maghey shoh coonlagh dan pobble, dy yannoo breekyn, myr bollagh shiu Bible

Balloch (n.) Bollagh

bus route (n.) bollagh bus

cul-de-sac (n.) bollagh kyagh

dual carriageway (n.) bollagh dooblit

Old Road (n.) Bollagh

pack road (n.) bollagh cabbil

trade route (n.) bollagh traghtee

utterly (adv.) magh as magh; dy bollagh: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them - agh nee oo stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; dy slane; ooilley cooidjagh

way out (n.) bollagh magh

adit (n.) bollagh stiagh; raad stiagh

airway (n.) bollagh aeragh; lhuingys aer

curving uphill road (n.) bollagh, bollee

destroy utterly stroie dy bollagh

Polish Corridor (n.) Bollagh ny Polann

thoroughfare (n.) bollagh, cassan; bayr, straid

totally unrealistic (adj.) dy bollagh neuresoonagh

utterly destroyed stroiet dy bollagh

wont (n.) oash; (v.) boallagh: quicken me, according as thou art wont - cur bree ayn-ym myr boallagh oo Bible; bollagh: They were wont to speak in old time - Bollagh ad grasy chenn earish Bible; cliaghtey: was I ever wont to do so unto thee? - row mee rieau cliaghtey dy yannoo myr shoh dhyt? Bible; oallagh: and to all the places where David himself and his men were wont to haunt - as gys dy chooilley ynnyd va David as e gheiney oayllagh dy haaghey bible; oayllagh rish

done to a T (v.) coagyrit dy bollagh

gorge1 (n.) bollagh, braaid, clash, scoarnagh; (v.) sluggey, jingey, pronney

great circle route (n.) bollagh mooar kiarklagh

intercommunication (n.) bollagh eddyr thieyn; (v.) goll eddyr

lane1 (n.) bayr, beyr, bollagh, fosley, lhoan

point-blank (adj., adv.) dy bollagh, fo beeal gunn, jeeragh

Red Road (n.) Bollagh Jiarg, Bayr Jiarg, Bayr Ruy

thoroughly (adv.) dy bollagh; dy dowin; dy slane

way in (n.) bollagh stiagh; raad stiagh

passage (n.) bollagh, beeal, cassan, entreilys, fosley, goll, limmer, turrys; (of book) meer, sluight

route bollagh; coorse; raad; (v.) jannoo coorse da, reaghey yn raad da

waterway (n.) bollagh ushtey, coorse ushtey, jeeig, raad ushtey, strooan

chaill lost: chaill ad dy bollagh nyn gree Bible

fasnee fan, fanning: fasnee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie Bible

kiarklagh circulatory, cyclic, cyclical: Bollagh mooar kiarklagh. DF; rotund

meaineraght (f.) metallurgy; mining: Ta meaineraght ersooyl dy bollagh sy Chorn, atreih. Carn

treig eschew, forsake: O ny treig mee dy bollagh Bible

channel (n.) ammyr: It was a Manxman who discovered the channel to Liverpool - She Manninagh ren feddyn magh yn ammyr gys Lerphul. DF idiom; barrey; bollagh; clash; clasheen; feddan; keyllys; piob; (v.) giarrey clasheen; giarrey saaue

clean1 (adv.) dy bollagh; (adj.) glen: New brooms sweep clean - Ta skeabyn noa skeabey glen. JJK idiom; (v.) glenney: Clean thy shoes - Glen dty vraagyn. JJK idiom

course1 bollagh; coorsal; coorse: The course was of great value - Va'n coorse feer ymmydoil. DF idiom; jastan; pairk; snaue

destroyed currit mow: He destroyed the town - Hug eh mow y balley. DF idiom; spooill; stroit: Utterly destroyed - Stroiet dy bollagh. DF idiom

fan2 (n.) (winnowing) cleayst: Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor - Tan cleayst echey ayns e laue, as nee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie y ghlenney

gap (n.) anchaslys, bollagh, doarlish, faanys; baarney: You are in the gap of danger - T'ou er y vaarney veayl. DF idiom; gaaigey

quite (adv.) dy bollagh; dy slane; ooilley-cooidjagh: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom

refused jiooldit; obbit; dob: I refused point-blank - Dob mee dy bollagh. DF idiom; dobb

stopped cummit; scuirrit; stappit; scuirr: He stopped short - Scuirr eh er y chooyl. DF idiom; stap: He stopped dead - Stap eh dy bollagh. DF idiom; sthap: I stopped the cheque - Sthap mee y sheck. DF idiom

wholly (adv.) dy bollagh; dy slane: it shall be wholly burnt - bee eh dy slane er ny lostey Bible

beemayd we shall be, we will be: My vees Celtiee goll er myr shen, beemayd caillit dy bollagh. Carn

Boayrd Runt Round Table: As nish, ta'n slane Boayrd Runt dy bollagh lheieit Dhoor

butler (pl -yn) butler, cupbearer: as ver oo cappan Pharaoh ayns e laue, myr bollagh oo, tra v'ou yn butler echey. Bible

Canaaniteyn Canaanites: Ny-yeih haink eh gy-kione, tra va cloan Israel er n'ghoaill niart, dy dug ad ny Canaaniteyn fo keesh; agh cha deiyr ad magh ad dy bollagh. Bible

cleayst (f.) See sleayst (winnowing) fan: Tan cleayst echey ayns e laue, as nee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie y ghlenney Bible

cloie lesh toying with, play with: as ren David cloie lesh e laue, myr bollagh eh: as va shleiy ayns laue Saul. Bible

coardailyn agreements: my symmyrçhagh shen, dy hirrey dy bee lheid ny coardailyn shen jeant dy bollagh Charter

cosnee will obtain, will redeem: cosnee eh yn reeriaght lesh brynneraght Bible; obtain; acquisitive, gainful; winning: Ta feed poynt ry-gheddyn son y chlash as my ta brock jeant nish bee yn caa cosnee aym spooillit dy bollagh. Dhoor

dimraa mentioned: Dimraa eh shen rish jeshaghteyr elley as dreggyr yn fer elley dy row reddyn dy bollagh anchasley tra v'ad er y cheayn. Carn

dy mee-chrauee wickedly: ren eh ad y gheyrey gys toyrt-mow bollagh, jannoo sampleyr jeu dauesyn yinnagh ny lurg shen baghey dy mee-chrauee Bible

eeastyn fish: Ny laghyn t'ayn jiu, ta dy chooilley pheiagh boirit dy bee ny skeddanyn (as eeastyn elley) scughit veih'n cheayn dy bollagh. Carn

floag (f.) pl. floagyn dot, flake, jot, mote, particle, tittle: brish-jee foshlit ny thieyn-tashtee eck; stamp-jee sheese ee myr creaghyn stroie-jee dy bollagh ee ; ny lhig floag j'ee ve faagit. Bible

Frangee (Ny) French: Er lhimmey jeh'n chooid smoo jeh ny Yernee, ta ny Celtiee dy bollagh fo smaght ny Sostnee as ny Frangee. Carn

Gaelgeyryn Gaelic speakers: Mannagh vees pooar politickagh ec ny Gaelgeyryn hene, bee yn chengey brisht dy bollagh ayns sheeloghe. Carn

Galleeshish (f.) (language) Galician: Ayns ny ollooscoillyn, ta un ynseyder ass troor gynsaghey trooid Galleeshish dy bollagh. Carn

goll er shaghryn aberrate, blundering, divagate, err, stray, straying: as nagh jed shiu lurg nyn gree hene, as ny sooillyn eu hene, myr bollagh shiu goll er shaghryn Bible; (make mistake) blunder

irreeagh self raising, self-raising; would rise: yinnagh eh yn obbeeys shoh y vrishey dy derragh eh bible er rheynn erbee ny h-ellan tra irreeagh eh dy bollagh ass yn ushtey myr v'ee ayn dy bunnydagh. GB

jargal able, capable: dy vrishey ersooyl veih niart ny Sostnee dy bollagh, as my tamain laccal geddyn rey rish yn aght ta ny Sostnee jargal reill harrish ny Manninee Carn

jeshaghteyr engineer, machinist: Dimraa eh shen rish jeshaghteyr elley as dreggyr yn fer elley dy row reddyn dy bollagh anchasley tra v'ad er y cheayn. Carn

laue scrieuee handwriting: Crossey yn laue scrieuee dy oardaghyn, hass 'sy raad roïn as va nyn 'oi, as ghow eh eh ersooyl dy bollagh, treiney eh gys e chrosh Bible

Mean Fouyir (=Ir. Meán Fómhair) (f.) September: Ayns Mean Fouyir hed yn chied nuy paitchyn gys brastyl slane-hraa vees goll er cummal dy bollagh trooid Gaelg. Dhoor

millit blown, corrupted, defaced, ruined, spoil, spoiled, undone: Va shoh troggit ec bieauid mirrilagh - veeit mee rish deiney as y claynt oc millit dy bollagh liorish y traastey jeh'n obbyr shen. Dhoor; spoilt

noi ain against us: son ta ny kercheenyn dy daaney er jeet sheese noi ain dy chaggey, dy vod ad 've dy bollagh er ny'n stroie. Apoc

Rank (=Ir. Frainc) (Yn) France: Sy Rank neesht, ta'n reiltys dy bollagh ayns foayr jeh mooadaghey ny stashoonyn chesh-veanagh sy cheer. Carn

rinkyn components, parts, scattered parts: Oddagh y caghlaa gys gass dooghyssagh goll er scuirr dy bollagh derrey vees ny rinkyn t'ad shirrey dy chur kione er y chaghlaa, derrey vees ad ayns yn Ellan. BS

roonaght (f.) policy: Va Kionnooyrtys y Rank geiyrt er roonaght tranlaasagh dy golley magh dy bollagh red-erbee Britaanagh. Carn

scrabit scraped: Ass yn earroo shoh va jees dy bollagh brisht, jees elley va scrabit ass myghin MB

slane brishey quite break: Nee oo stroie ad dy bollagh, as slane brishey ny jallooyn oc. Bible

stroie-ym I will destroy: neem ad y astyrt dy bollagh, as stroie-ym yn ashoon Bible

trughanys (f.) complaining, rivalry, murmerings: ver uss dy bollagh ny-host yn trughanys oc m'oï Bible

vrishey See brishey (dy); (to) break: chamoo ver-ym feoh daue, dy stroie ad dy bollagh, dy vrishey my chonaant roo Bible

blot out (v.) cur mow; dolley: and blot out their name from under heaven - as dy bollagh dolley ass yn ennym oc fo niau Bible; dollaghey, mooghey, scryssey magh; cur ass cooinaghtyn: that thou shalt blot out the remembrance of Amalek - dy der oo ass cooinaghtyn ennym Amalek Bible

overthrow (v.) cleddal; coyrt mow, cur mow; cur haart; taartys; toyrt-mow: like the overthrow of Sodom - casley rish toyrt-mow Sodom Bible; tilgey sheese; stroie: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them - agh nee oo stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; lhieggal: And ye shall overthrow their altars - As nee shiu lhieggal ny altaryn oc Bible; tilgey harrish, tilgey bun-ry-skyn

scum (n.) barrag ghlass, kesh, scoodyn; meeaylys: Woe to the bloody city, to the pot whose scum is therein - Smerg dan ard-valley folley, dan phot, tan veeaylys echey ayn Bible; scum: that the scum of it may be consumed - dy vod y scum echey ve er ny ghlenney dy bollagh ass Bible

raad (=Ir. ród, Sc.G. rathad) (f.) pl. raaidyn direction, road, roadway, route, track, trail, way: Vod uss y raad y yeeaghyn dou gys y cheshaght shoh? Bible; (town) road; vent, vent-hole; where, whereat: raad bollagh ad stoyral ny ourallyn-arran Bible; via, by, by way of; towards, to, to meet; wherein; whereinto [English; from Cl.Ir. rót, róat]

Shirveishagh Tashtee Treasury Minister: Lhisagh y Reiltys goaill rish dy bollagh ny reddyn hooar Brialtys Chronk Murray magh - goaill stiagh y briwnys dy dug Allan Bell, y Shirveishagh Tashtee nish, dy dug eshyn y Chiare as Feed er shaghryn. BS

voddagh 1 (dy) that could; 2 that might a: As hug ad eh ayns pryssoon, dy voddagh aigney yn Chiarn ver ny hoilshaghey daue. Bible; 3 that should a: Son daag y Chiarn ad fo creoghys cree dy chaggey noi Israel, dy voddagh eh stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; 4 (interrog.) could a: voddagh fys ve ain son shickyrys, dy niarragh eh, Cur-jee lhieu nyn mraar sheese Bible

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