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book1 (v.) cur fockle er, cur magh tiggad da, cur sheese, kionnaghey tiggad, screeu stiagh, kionnaghey er daayl; (n.) lioar: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom; lioar ghiallyn

book2 (v.) (credit) kionnaghey er daayl


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account book (n.) lioar choontys

address book (n.) lioar enmys

bank book (n.) lioar vanc, lioaran banc

book back (n.) cooryn lioaragh

book binder (n.) cooreyder lioar

book binding coodaghey lioaryn; lioar chiangley

book learning (n.) ynsagh lioaragh

book louse (n.) crooag lioaragh

book lover (n.) (female) ben lioaragh

book marker (n.) gah lioaragh

book muslin (n.) muslyn lioaragh

book post post lioaragh

book rest (n.) shasstan lioar

book review (n.) barel lioaragh

book seller (n.) creckeyder lioar

book shop (n.) shapp lioar

book token (n.) eearlys lioaragh

book trade cochionniaght lioar, cochionnaght lioar

book worm (n.) crooag lioaragh

cash book (n.) lioar argid

chap book (n.) lioar chadjer

cheque book (n.) lioaran sheck

class book (n.) lioar vrastyl

commonplace book (n.) lioar chooinaghtyn

cookery book (n.) lioar choagyrys

drawing book (gen.) lioar linneeaght

exercise book (n.) lioar chliaghtey; lioar roortys

guide book (n.) lioar-oayllys

history book (n.) lioar-shennaghys

Log Book (n.) Lioaran Recortys, Lioaran Shellooderys

memorandum book (n.) lioar chooinaghan

minute book (n.) lioar vynimmeeaghtyn

order book (n.) lioar oardagh

pass book (n.) passlioar banc

pattern book (n.) lioar hoyllee

phone book (n.) lioar-chellvane

phrase book (n.) lioar raaghyn

picture book (n.) lioar yallooyn

pocket book (n.) lioar phoggaid

prayer book (n.) lioar phadjer, lioar phadjeragh

prize book (n.) lioar aundyragh

prompt book (n.) lioar choonee

rag book (n.) lioar eaddee

reading book (n.) lioar lhaih

reference book (n.) jesheydane, lioar chur sheese, lioar fysseree

religious book (n.) lioar chrauee

ritual book (n.) lioar oardee

road book (n.) lioar raaidey; lioar vayrey

sales book (n.) lioar dellal

school book (n.) lioar scoill

signal book (n.) lioar chowree

spelling book (n.) lioar lettraghey

statute book (n.) lioar ny slattyssyn

story book (n.) lioar skeeal

telephone book (n.) lioar hellvane; lioar-chellvane

vestry book (n.) lioar skeerey

visitor's book (n.) lioar ny keayrtee, lioar-aaght

writing book (n.) lioar screeuee

Book of Genesis (n.) lioar Genesis

book of many volumes (n.) yl-lioar

By the book (intj) Dar y lioar

of a book (gen.) lioaragh: Leaf of a book - Duillag lioragh. DF idiom

savings bank book (n.) lioar hashtvanc

second hand book seller (n.) creckeyder shenn lioaryn

crooag lioaragh (f.) book louse, book worm

lioar-chellvane (f.) phone book, telephone book

barel lioaragh book review

ben lioaragh (f.) (female) book lover

cochionnaght lioar book trade

cochionniaght lioar (f.) book trade

coodaghey lioaryn book binding

cooreyder lioar book binder

cooryn lioaragh book back

creckeyder lioar book seller

eearlys lioaragh book token

gah lioaragh book marker

jesheydane reference book

kionnaghey er daayl (credit) book

kionnaghey tiggad book

lioar-aaght (f.) visitor's book

lioaran banc (f.) bank book

Lioaran Recortys (f.) Log Book

lioaran sheck (f.) cheque book

Lioaran Shellooderys (f.) Log Book

lioar argid (f.) cash book

lioar aundyragh (f.) prize book

lioar chadjer (f.) chap book

lioar chiangley (f.) book binding

lioar chliaghtey (f.) exercise book

lioar choagyrys (f.) cookery book

lioar chooinaghan (f.) memorandum book

lioar chooinaghtyn (f.) commonplace book

lioar chowree (f.) signal book

lioar chrauee (f.) religious book

lioar dellal (f.) sales book

lioar eaddee (f.) rag book

lioar enmys (f.) address book

lioar fysseree (f.) reference book

lioar ghiallyn (f.) book

lioar hellvane (f.) telephone book

lioar hoyllee (f.) pattern book

lioar lettraghey (f.) spelling book

lioar lhaih (f.) reading book

lioar linneeaght (f.) drawing book

lioar oardagh (f.) order book

lioar oardee (f.) ritual book

lioar-oayllys (f.) bibliography, guide book

lioar phadjer (f.) prayer book

lioar phadjeragh (f.) prayer book

lioar phoggaid (f.) pocket book

lioar raaghyn (f.) phrase book

lioar raaidey (f.) road book

lioar roortys (f.) exercise book

lioar scoill (f.) school book

lioar-shennaghys (f.) history book

lioar skeeal (f.) story book

lioar skeerey (f.) vestry book

lioar vanc (f.) bank book

lioar vayrey (f.) road book

lioar vrastyl (f.) class book

lioar vynimmeeaghtyn (f.) minute book

lioar yallooyn (f.) picture book

muslyn lioaragh book muslin

passlioar banc (f.) pass book

post lioaragh book post

shapp lioar (=Ir. siopa leabhar) book shop

shasstan lioar book rest

ynsagh lioaragh book learning

book-ends (npl.) greimmeyderyn lioar

book-hunter (n.) shelgeyr lioaragh

book-learned lioaragh, lioar-ynsit

oath-book (n.) lioar looee

shall take1 gowee: God shall take away his part out of the book of life - gow-ee Jee ersooyl yn ayrn echeysyn ass lioar y vea Bible; ghoys: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy - As my ghoys dooinney erbee veg ersooyl veih goan lioar y phadeyrys shoh Bible

cur magh tiggad da book

greimmeyderyn lioar book-ends

lioar choonee (f.) concordance, prompt book

lioar choontys (f.) account book, journal

lioar chur sheese (f.) reference book

lioar Genesis (f.) Book of Genesis

lioar hashtvanc (f.) savings bank book

lioar looee (f.) oath-book

lioar ny keayrtee (f.) visitor's book

lioar ny slattyssyn (f.) statute book

lioar screeuee (f.) notebook, writing book

lioar-ynsit (f.) book-learned, booklearned

shelgeyr lioaragh book-hunter

yl-lioar book of many volumes

creckeyder shenn lioaryn second hand book seller

cur fockle er bespeak, book; address

screeu stiagh book, check in, clock in, write in

chapter (n.) cabdil: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom

edition (n.) clou; cur magh: The second edition of the book - Y nah cur magh jeh'n lioar. DF idiom

entertaining eunysseyragh; oltaghey; taitnyssagh: This book is very entertaining - Ta'n lioar shoh feer taitnyssagh. JJK idiom

glance ceau shilley bieau er: He flashed a glance at me - Cheau eh shilley bieau orrym. DF idiom; shilley bieau: Glance over a book - Shilley bieau y cheau er lioar. DF idiom; skyrraghtyn; sooilleragh

look for (v.) shirrey son; farkiaght; shir: Look for your book - Shir son yn lioar eu. JJK idiom; jeeaghyn son: Let them look for a house - Lhig daue jeeaghyn son thie. JJK idiom

midnight (n.) mean oie, main-oie; meanoie: He's been obliged to burn the midnight oil, in order to write his book - Beign da lostey yn ooil meanoie dy voddagh eh screeu e lioar. JJK idiom

oil (n.) ooill: He's been obliged to burn the midnight oil, in order to write his book - Beign da lostey yn ooil meanoie dy voddagh eh screeu e lioar. JJK idiom; (v.) ooillaghey

print1 (v., n.) clou; (v.) prental; prent: Don't print your book yet - Ny prent nyn lioar foast. JJK idiom; (n.) coip

published currit magh: This book ought never to have been published - Cha lhisagh yn lioar shoh rieau er ve currit magh. JJK idiom; er ny chur magh; soilshit

sixth2 (the); (yn) cheyoo: The first book, the sixth chapter, the ninth section - Yn chied lioar, yn cheyoo cabdil, yn nuyoo ayrn. JJK idiom

smaller (adj.) (ny) sloo: This book is small, that is smaller, and that is the smallest of all - Ta'n lioar shoh beg, t'ee shen ny sloo, as t'ee shen y nane sloo jeh ooilley. JJK idiom

very bad feer olk: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom

Dar y lioar (intj) By George, By jingo, Crikey, By gum, By the book: Dar y lioar, nagh mooar tan chraueeaght ec ny mraane! CnyO

lhongee (wages) board; (of) food: Hooar mee ny eieyn lhongee shoh voish lioar enmyssit 'Manx Cookery Book of Favourite Dishes' clouit 1908, as reaghit liorish Sophia as Louisa Morrison. Dhoor

lioar (=Ir. leabhar) (f.) pl. lioaryn book, folio, tome, volume: Gow-jee'n lioar shoh jeh'n leigh Bible; indeed, yes: lioar, ta mee hannah er chur mollaght orroo, er-yn-oyr nagh vel shiu goaill eh gys nyn gree. Bible [L. liber]

lioaragh bookish, book-learned, lettered, studious, booklearned; (person) well-read; of a book: Hug Ian Rankin yn ennym echey er coipyn jeh'n oorskeeal jerrinagh echey ec shapp-lioaragh Ottakar. BS

censored castit: It is censored - T'eh castit ec yn kinseyr. DF idiom; giarrit: The book is censored here and there - Ta'n lioar giarrit ayns shoh as ayns shen. DF idiom; scrutit: It is censored - T'eh scrutit. DF idiom

closed jeight: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. - son ta ny goan jeight seose, as sealit, gys traa yn jerrey. Bible; (v.) ghooïn, ghooin: He closed the door after him - Ghooin eh y dorrys ny yei. DF idiom; dooint; doont: Road closed to motor traffic - Raad doont da gleashtanyn. DF idiom; yeigh: And he closed the book, and he gave it again to the minister - As yeigh eh yn lioar, as hug eh ee reesht dan chirveishagh Bible

lying (v.) breagagh; breageraght; breagerys; (ny) lhie: Have you read the book that's lying on the table? - Vel oo er lhaih yn lioar ta ny lhie er y voayrd? JJK idiom; ginsh breagyn: Is there anything more odious than lying? - Vel red erbee ny s'eajee na g'insh breagyn? JJK idiom

present aaragh; chebbal er; gioot; giootal er; kioneenee; kionefenish; toyrtys: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom; cur: Present my respects to your aunt - Cur m'arrym da nyn naunt. JJK idiom; ayn: He's the most eloquent orator of the present day - T'eh yn oraatagh ny s'jesh-focklee jeh'n laa t'ayn jiu. JJK idiom

smallest (adj.) by loo: That was the smallest nation - Va shen yn ashoon by loo. DF idiom; sloo: This book is small, that is smaller, and that is the smallest of all - Ta'n lioar shoh beg, t'ee shen ny sloo, as t'ee shen y nane sloo jeh ooilley. JJK idiom

want dulley; feme: We're in great want of rain - Ta shin ayns feme mooar jeh fliaghey. JJK idiom; laccal: Give me my book, I want it - Cur dou my lioar, ta mee laccal ee. JJK idiom; raghtanys; ymmyrch; boghtynid

cur sheese confound, lower, put down, send down, subdue, suppress: Ny marr ad, er-aggle dy jarrood my phobble eh: agh skeayl ad dy lhean mastey'n pobble, as cur sheese ad, O Hiarn, nyn vendeilagh. Bible; book, deposit, depress, discharge, give in, lay, prescribe, salt

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