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bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

bottom2 (v.) (as boat) soie; soieaghey

bottom3 (v.) (as fishing) gruntal; gruntey


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Boundary Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Cree

Flat Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Faaie

Hill Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Gronk

Meadow Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Lheannagh

Roads Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Raaidyn

rock bottom (adj.) s'inshley; (n.) undin

sea bottom (n.) thoyn ny marrey

very bottom (n.) eer-vun

White Bottom (n.) Toinn Vane

Bottom Hill Land (n.) Toinn Tolta

Bottom of the Hollow (n.) Bun y Lhig

from top to bottom voish bun gys baare

River Division Bottom (n.) Toinn Rheynn Awin

Road Hedge Bottom (n.) Toinn Chleiy y Vayr

cur ashvuilley er bottom

eer-vun very bottom

gruntal base; (as opinion) found; (as fishing) bottom

gruntey (as fishing) bottom; ground, grounding

soieaghey (as boat) bottom

Toinn Vane White Bottom

rock-bottom s'injilley

Toinn ny Cree Boundary Bottom

Toinn ny Faaie Flat Bottom

Toinn ny Gronk Hill Bottom

Toinn ny Lheannagh Meadow Bottom

Toinn ny Raaidyn Roads Bottom

Toinn Tolta Bottom Hill Land

Bun y Lhig Bottom of the Hollow

Toinn Chleiy y Vayr Road Hedge Bottom

Toinn Rheynn Awin River Division Bottom

voish bun gys baare from top to bottom

curp (f.) aitch bone, bottom, bum, buttock, ham, haunch, rump

fallen (adj.) lhieggit; duittym: The bottom has fallen out of the market - Ta'n margey er duittym ass y cheilley. DF idiom; tuittit

foul1 branglish, awane, breinn, breinnaghey, loau; branglish aggairagh, builley aggairagh; far-chloie; feodagh; neughlen; sallagh: Foul bottom - Thoyn sallagh. DF idiom; toghtit; jeeillagh; (v.) broghey, cheet sallagh er, jannoo far chloie, jannoo tramman, toghtey

shall pour deayrtee: and shall pour out all the blood at the bottom of the altar of the burnt offering - as deayrtee eh ooilley yn uill rish grunt altar yn oural losht Bible

grunt bottom, ground, sole: Dy der eh dou ooig Machpelah, ta leshyn, ayns kione e vagher; son wheesh dy argid as sheeagh eh ver eh dou eh, son cairys grunt oanluckee ny mast' eu Bible [A.S. grund]

iightyr bottom: as jeagh, ren veyl y chiampyl raypy ayns da ayrn, vei y iyghtyr gys yn iyghtyr, as ren y tallu kra, as ny klaghy raypy. PB1610

iyghtyr COMPARE eaghtyr :1 bottom: as jeagh, ren veyl y chiampyl raypy ayns da ayrn, vei y iyghtyr gys yn iyghtyr, as ren y tallu kra, as ny klaghy raypy. PB1610

jerrey (=Ir. deireadh) (of cart) back; bottom, close, closing, closure, conclusion, effect, end, expiration, expiry, extreme, finale, finish, hinderpart, offal, rear, stern, termination, upshot: haink eh gy-kione ec jerrey ny bleeaney Bible

laare (=Ir. lár) (f.) pl. laareyn 1 flat, level, set, sill a: hie ee sheese gys y laare Bible; 2 centre; 3 bottom; 4 deck, floor, storey; 5 flatness

s'inshley1 downmost, lower, lowest, nethermost, rock bottom, undermost, underneath, inferior: Yn brastyl s'inshley 'sy scoill. DF

soie1 (=Ir. suí, suigh) seating, sitting, situate, aground, seated; resting place; session; sit, sitteth: As ayns cooishyn leigh nee ad soie ayns briwnys Bible; (as boat) bottom; (impv) set: Soie shiu dial nyn ghree liorish yn ghrian dy ynrickys. Bible; invest; mount, mounting; manhandle [O.Ir. saidid]

thoyn (f.) anus, rectum, vent; pl. thoynyn See toinn arse, backside, behind, bottom, bum, buttock, posterior, seat: Eddyr daa stoyl ta'n thoyn er y laare. DF

thoyn ny marrey (f.) sea bed, sea bottom, sea floor: Lhong y chur da thoyn ny marrey. DF

toinn (f.) (pl -yn) breech: Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr JJK; pl. toinnaghyn bottom, bum; rump

undin pl. undinyn base, basis, footing, footings, foundation, rock bottom: ta agglish yn Jee bio, yn pillar as undin yn irriney. Bible

bun (=Ir. bun) author, basis, details, origin, original, prime, principle, raw material, stem, stool: as vrish eh ad ec bun y clieau Bible; derivation, explanation, interpretation, meaning: dinsh shin da, as hug eh bun dooin er ny dreamalyn ain Bible; (of storm) eye, heart, root cause; base, bottom, foot, root, foundation, source, sole, underneath; end; dope, news; stump: va kione Dagon as e ghaa laue brisht jeh er sole y dorrys; cha row agh bun Dagon er-mayrn Bible; butt

cass (=Ir. cos, Sc.G. cas) (f.) pl. cassyn See kass bottom, foot, leg, peg: As woaill eh ad rass as cass Bible; (of feather) barrel; (of river) meander, mouth, outlet: Cass ny hawin. DF; (of pipe) stem; (of whip) crop; handle, hilt, shaft, stalk: shegin da ve êillit lesh yiarn, as cass shleiy Bible [O.Ir. cos]

kione (=Ir., Sc.G. ceann) pl. king bottom, closing, dyke, extreme, extremity, point, point of argument, poll; head, headland, top, top-end: Lhig da lhie er kione Yoab Bible; close, end, finish, termination: As tra vees dty laghyn ec kione Bible; chief, ringleader, tribune: tou er my reayll dy ve kione ny ashoonyn Bible; (of flower) top; (adv.) (y) apiece; mixed with; leading; (with expressions of time) after, in, within: As ec kione shey laa, ghow Yeesey Peddyr, as Jamys, as Ean e vraar, as hug eh lesh ad er-lheh seose er slieau ard Bible [O.Ir. cend]

s'injilley rock-bottom; lower: Nish, dy jagh eh seose, cre te agh dy jagh eh myrgeddin sheese hoshiaght gys ayrnyn s'injilley ny hooirey? Bible

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