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break (n.) aash, barney, doarlish, straih, traa cloie, traa seyr; chentyn; (v.) cur fo haart, chraghey, smoashal; (impv) brish; (to); (dy) vrishey: The sun is beginning to break through - Ta'n ghrian goaill toshiaght dy vrishey trooid. JJK idiom; vrish; brishey: I must be up by break of day - Shegin dou ve er my chosh ec brishey'n laa. JJK idiom


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break away (n.) scarrey rish

break down (v.) brishey sheese; bwoalley sheese

break forth (v.) skiootal magh

break in (v.) brishey stiagh

break loose (v.) brishey jeh

break off (v.) brishey jeh; girree ass; scarrey

break out (v.) goaill toshiaght

break step (v.) goll ass keim

break through gleashaght er oai

break up branlaghey; branley; brooillaghey; rheynn; scarrey; scuirr; tenniu; traa feailley

break wind (v.) (to); (dy) vreimeragh

coffee break (n.) traa caffee

lunch break (n.) brishey-kirbyl

quite break slane brishey

shall break brishys: but a fire shall come forth out of Heshbon - son brishys aile magh ass Heshbon Bible; vrishys: Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments - Quoi-erbee er-y-fa shen vrishys unnane jeh ny annaghyn sloo shoh Bible; brishee: for in the wilderness shall waters break out - son ayns yn aasagh brishee ny ushtaghyn magh Bible

would break vrishagh

break in weather (n.) caghlaa

Break My Heart Hill (n.) Ughtagh Brish My Chree

break of day (n.) keeiraght yn laa

I will break brish-ym: I will break the bow of Israel - brish-ym bow Israel Bible

branlaghey break up, fallow

brishey jeh break loose, break off, discontinue: nee'n Chiarn, eer Chiarn ny flaunyssee, brishey jeh yn banglane lesh atchim Bible; discontinuance

brishey-kirbyl lunch break

brooillaghey break up, crumble

traa caffee coffee break

traa cloie break, playtime

cur fo haart break, defeat

gleashaght er oai (f.) break through

goll ass keim break step

branley breaking up, break up, fallow

keeiraght yn laa break of day

tenniu break up: Ta'n sniaghtey tenniu. JJK; melting

traa feailley break up; festival time

Ughtagh Brish My Chree Break My Heart Hill

vreimeragh See breimeragh (dy); (to) break wind, fart

box3 (n.) (for gears) bocs: Break open a box - Bocs y vrishey. DF idiom

brish (=Ir. bris) (impv) break: tar royd, brish dty chonaant rish Baasha ree Israel Bible

brishee shall break: Brishee accrys trooid boallaghyn cloaie. DF

brishys shall break: son brishys aile magh ass Heshbon Bible

bend1 croymmey, croym, bendeil; kiangley; lhoob: Hairpin bend - Lhoob geyre. DF idiom; lhoobey: Better bend than break - Ny share lhoobey na brishey. DF idiom

fallow1 bane; banejagh, banjagh; branley; branlit; neuchuirt; thalloo bane; thalloo banejagh: break up your fallow ground - brish-jee seose yn thalloo banejagh eu Bible; (v.) branlaghey, faagail bane

gaze (v.) lheeartaghey; goaill yindys: charge the break through unto the Lord to gaze, - cur currym er y pobble, nagh brish ad stiagh er y Chiarn dy ghoaill yindys Bible

seal (n.) raun: Lobster, mackerel and seal - Gimmagh, breck as raun. DF idiom; sail, cowrey; seal: Break the seal of a letter - Seal screeuyn y vrishey. DF idiom; (v.) sealal, cowraghey

through (adj., adv.) trooid: The sun is beginning to break through - Ta'n ghrian goaill toshiaght dy vrishey trooid. JJK idiom; (ny) hrooid

aash (=Ir. fois) (f.) break, easement, rest; ease: bee eh ec aash as ec fea Bible; assuagement

barney (f.) aperture, break, cleft, discontinuity, hiatus, missing link, pass, space, vacancy: Ta barney veill eck. DF

brishey sheese analyse, analysis; break down, beat down, rend: Agh nish t'ad brishey sheese ooilley yn obbyr grainnit eck: lesh teighyn as oardyn. Bible

brishey stiagh 1 beat in, break in, burgle, burst in, burst open, gate crashing, stave in a: raad ta maarlee brishey stiagh as geid Bible; 2 encroachment, intrusion

brish-ym I will break: brish-ym ayns peeshyn ny giattyn prashey, as giare-ym veih-my-cheilley ny boltyn yiarn Bible

bwoalley sheese 1 beat down, break down, hammer down, smite down a: nee eh bwoalley sheese ny tooryn ayd Bible

caghlaa (=Ir. claochlú) pl. caghlaaghyn alteration, break in weather, difference, dissimilitude, diversities, substitution, variation; alter, change, switch: As ren eh caghlaa e gharmadyn Bible; interpret; mutate, rotate; divers; transforming; variety

chentyn break, flash, flashing, flicker; flashes: gow 'n taarnagh agglagh as ny chentyn bieau, my ghahghyn aileagh, as my chorree lhieu PC

chraghey (y) prey upon: adsyn ooilley ta dty chraghey verym seose gys y chragh Bible; confound: Lhig dauesyn ve craghit ta jannoo tranlaase orrym, agh ny lhig dauesyn mish y chraghey Bible; undo; wound; oppress; vex; break; afflict

doarlish (f.) pl. doarlishyn breach, break, gap, gate, opening: yinnagh yn cleiy y yannoo seose, as shassoo 'sy doarlish roym's son y cheer Bible

girree ass ascend, break off, intermit: nee'n veisht ta girree ass y diunid gyn-grunt, caggey nyn 'oi Bible

goaill toshiaght begin, break out, breed, come up, commence, dawn, originate, set to, start: Cre'n fa ta ny Annaghyn goaill toshiaght lesh ny goan shoh CS

scarrey rish break away, part with, relinquish, secede, separate: Vel eh lowal da dooinney scarrey rish e ven? Bible

scoltey veih-my-cheilley analyze; break apart; clave asunder: erreish da ve er loayrt ooilley ny goan shoh, dy ren yn thalloo va foue scoltey veih-my-cheilley Bible

skiootal magh break forth, burst out: Shoh yn altan as shoh my ghraih Meeir e chass syn ushtey, Fockleyn skiootal magh ass e veeal, Nagh mooar e raaghyn tustagh? Dhoor

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

smoashal break, crash, shatter, smash: Ren y gleashtan smoashal noi billey. DF; smash up

straih (f.) 1 break, flight of hurdles, nest, orchestral suite, range, row, run, screed, strata, stratum, strip, tier; 2 sequence, series a: Straih elley ta er ve scanshoil, shen Ny hAshoonyn gyn Steat jeant ec Chellooish Albinagh Carn

traa seyr break, breaking up, leisure, recess, spare time: dy jarroo ta seshoon Yernagh roie bunnys car y feailley lesh sleih cheet stiagh as tuittym magh rere yn traa seyr t'oc. Carn

vrishagh would break: son my aagagh eh e ayr, vrishagh e ayr e chree Bible

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

vrishys shall break: Quoi-erbee er-y-fa shen vrishys unnane jeh ny annaghyn sloo shoh Bible

cover coodagh: Under separate cover - Fo coodagh er lheh. DF idiom; moggaid, brat, farkyl, coamree, coodee; breidaghey; gioal; keiltyn: It is only a cover-up - Cha nel eh agh keiltyn. DF idiom; mooinney; poagey screeuee; scaa: Under cover of your wings - Fo scaa dty skianyn. DF idiom; urrysaght; fastee: To break cover - Dy irree ass yn fastee. DF idiom; (v.) coodaghey; (y) choodaghey; cur harrish

brishey (=Ir. briseadh) bankrupt, breach, break, burst, cash, change money, crash, decode, depose, dismiss, fracture, go back, interrupt, raise, repulse, ruin, stump, wane, smash: Nee oo brishey eh ayns peeshyn Bible; (n.) pl. brishaghyn bankruptcy, breakage, contravention, dismissal, failure, infringement, interruption, violation; breaking; small change

rheynn (f.) pl. rheynnyn allocation, bill, class, compartment, dichotomy, dismemberment, dissection, distribution, divide, division, form, graduation, partition, portion, quota, ration, rationing, resolution, resolve, section, segmentation, share, sphere; (of land) parcel, precinct; bureau, department: Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie, Phil Braidwood, dooyrt eh dy row eh currym e Rheynn dy chur kiartaghyn shinsharagh da ny yeearreyderyn smoo cooie BS; mountain ridge; (v.) break up, classify, dispense, distribute, graduate, measure out: Rheynn ad my gharmadyn ny mastoc Bible; divided; dividing

scuirr (=Ir. scoir, scor) abort, adjourn, break up, bring to, cease, ceasing, desist, discontinue, halt, leave off, let up, pause, prorogue, pull up, rest, ring off, shut off, stall, stop; (f.) adjournment, cessation, discontinuance, intermission, intermittence, interval, prorogation, respite, retirement; stopped: As er y chiaghtoo laa scuirr Jee veih yn obbyr v'eh er chroo Bible

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