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brisht bankrupt, breached, broke, bust, cracked, deposed, deprived, discontinuous, fragmentary, insolvent, ruined, ruptured, shipwrecked, smashed, stony-broke, unsettled, unwhole, wrecked: soïll-ym seose shen va brisht Bible; broken


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bee brisht giblets, offal

braagyn brisht (f.) leaky shoes

brisht sheese broken down: ta voalley Yerusalem myrgeddin brisht sheese Bible

brisht stiagh baptized with fire: scolt ad hene lesh lhieggey er nyn mooin, ad broojit fo; nyn armyn creoi cur guin, torchagh as pian, myr v'ad brisht stiagh ayndoo lesh trimmid wooar PC

claghyn brisht (f.) metal

cree brisht bleeding heart, heartbroken: Tan Chiarn er-gerrey dauesyn ta jeh cree brisht: Bible

dooney brisht interrupted cadence

faarkey brisht lumpy sea

fer brisht bankrupt

maidjey brisht wooden tongs

bankrupt (adj.) banc-vrisht, brishtagh; (v.) brishey; (n.) fer brisht; brisht: In effect you are saying that he is bankrupt - Dy insh yn irriney ta shiu gra dy ve eh brisht. DF idiom

broken brisht: I think the chain is broken - Ta mee smooinaghtyn dy vel y driaght brisht. JJK idiom; doghanit

bust (n.) cleeau; sheeinaghyn, keeaghyn; jalloo, sthowran; (v.) brisht: It's bust - T'eh brisht. DF idiom

smashed bransit; brisht: It was smashed to atoms - V'eh brisht ayns peeshyn beggey. DF idiom; mynvrisht; smoashit

bleeding heart (n.) cree brisht

cracked brisht; gaaigit; scaant

discontinuous (adj.) barnagh; brisht; neulhiantagh

fragmentary (adj.) brisht, brooillee

heartbroken (adj.) ching-chreeagh; cree brisht

insolvent brisht; neufondagh; neuhoogh

interrupted cadence (n.) dooney brisht

leaky shoes (npl.) braagyn brisht

lumpy sea (n.) faarkey brisht

stony-broke (adj.) brisht

unwhole (adj.) brisht, neuslane

wrecked brisht; mooirchoorit

baptized with fire brisht stiagh

breached barnit; brisht; branlaigagh; doarlishagh

broken down ass ymmyd; brisht sheese: the wall of Jerusalem also is broken down - ta voalley Yerusalem myrgeddin brisht sheese Bible; lhoobit neose; tholtanagh; traartagh: like a city that is broken down - myr ard-valley traartagh Bible; lhieggit sheese: and all the cities thereof were broken down - as va ooilley ny ard-valjyn echey lhieggit sheese Bible

giblets (npl.) bee brisht; jiblassyn; scrobbane

herniated (v.) brisht-magh

offal (n.) bee brisht; jerrey; meslin

ruptured brishey brooinney er; brisht

shipwrecked brisht; caillt; lhongvrisht; mooirchoorit

wooden tongs (n.) chionnchur; maidjey brisht

brisht-magh herniated

deposed brisht; prowit; currit ass oik, currit neose

deprived boght; brisht; currit ass; juailit

unsettled brisht; neuhickyr; neureaghit; rouaillagh; leaystagh

chymshal circuit, cycle: Ta'n chymshal brisht. DF; gyre

cast3 (fishing) darrag: The cast is broken - Ta'n darrag brisht. DF idiom

mainspring (n.) ard-lheimaghan: The main spring is broken - Ta'n ard-lheimaghan brisht. JJK idiom

ruined brisht; craiuaigagh; creuit; creujit; currit mow; currit naardey; fo haart; millit

cruishtin See crushtin cruse, ewer, pitcher: ny'n cruishtin brisht ec y chibbyr Bible

driaght chain: Ta mee smooinaghtyn dy vel y driaght brisht JJK

dy peeshyn by pieces, piecemeal: Bee noidyn y Chiarn brisht dy peeshyn Bible

ry-lhiattee apart, aside: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht. Bible; abeyance

soïll will bind: as soïll-ym seose shen va brisht, as niartee-ym Bible

uiljyn elbows: Dy ve brisht ec ny h-uiljyn. DF

atoms (npl.) breneenyn: It was smashed to atoms - V'eh brisht ayns breneenyn. DF idiom

broke brisht; vrish: The dog broke loose - Vrish y moddey e chiangle. DF idiom; rooisht argid: I am broke - Ta mee rooisht argid. DF idiom

chain (v.) cur driaght er, driaghtey, geulaghey; (n.) geuley, geuleydagh; boandey: I think the chain is broken - Ta mee smooinaghtyn dy vel y driaght brisht. JJK idiom; slouree; driaghtagh, sloureeagh; slourin; driaght

circuit chymshal: The circuit is broken - Ta'n chymshal brisht. DF idiom; coorse; keayrt: We made a circuit of the town - Hug shin keayrt er y valley. DF idiom; kiarkyl

desolate2 (of person) cree-vrisht: and my heart within me is desolate - as ta my chree brisht cheusthie Bible

metal (n.) claghyn brisht, meain; (v.) macadamaghey; metal: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

ass ynnyd misplaced, out of place, out of joint: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neufirrinagh dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

baccagh cripple, crippled, crippling, game-legged: Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane, ny brogan, ny screb Bible; impotent person

brishey magh 1 bud, burst open, burst out, crop out, declare, erupt a: veih'n ooh brisht ta ardnieu brishey magh Bible; 2 eruption, outbreak, outburst

brogan scurvy: Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane, ny brogan, ny screb, cha jean shiu ad shoh y hebbal gys y Chiarn Bible

cisternyn cisterns: tad er hreigeil mish, farrane ny ushtaghyn bio, as er chleiy daue hene cisternyn, cisternyn brisht, nagh gum veg yn ushtey. Bible

clatt See slatt :1 (y) rod: Kys tan lorg-reill lajer brisht, as y clatt aalin! Bible

currit naardey ruined: Ta Babylon goit, ta Bel currit naardey, ta Merodach brisht ayns peeshyn Bible

doo-oallee (f.) spider: T'ad guirr oohyn yn chockatrice, as fee feegan y doo-oallee; te baase dauesyn ta gee ny oohyn oc, as veih'n ooh brisht ta ardnieu brishey magh. Bible

drogh-choyrle (f.) misadvice: Ta Ephraim broojit as brisht ayns briwnys: er-yn-oyr dy jimmee ad dy arryltagh lurg drogh-choyrle. Bible

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

eishtagh audio; (emph.) then: Eishtagh dagh pooar hayrn seose e heshaght reesht va fo ayns niau roish my row'n magher brisht PC

fiojit decayed, faded, perished, withered: va ny slattagyn lajer eck brisht as fiojit Bible; (colour) washed-out

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

grenns loin; testicle; stones: Ny dooinney cam-chassagh, ny khyrloghe, Ny fer cruittagh, ny fer faase, ny fer cam-hooillagh, ny ta fo taghys-chirrym ny screbbagh, ny ta'n grenns echey brisht Bible

heaghyn (dy) of trouble: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

hreishteil (dy); (to) trust: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

laanaghey (dy); (to) heal: Teh dy lheihys adsyn ta brisht ayns cree: as coyrt medshin dy laanaghey ny doghanyn oc. Bible

mreih (gen.) of a woman: as pooar y noid vees brisht, caillee'n baase 'ghah, yn leigh chaillys e vree, sheelnaue sauit vees, gyn pian, gyn guin, ayns shee; rass feer ny mreih ver ooilley shoh gys kione Bible

nagh gum that can not hold: cisternyn brisht, nagh gum veg yn ushtey Bible

neufirrinagh affected, fictitious, insincere, perfidious, unfaithful, untrue, untruthful: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney ta neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht as cass ass ynnyd. EF

reayrt (=Ir. radharc) pl. reayrtyn outlook, prospect, scene, sight, view: agh nish va feiy dty reayrt fileyn as rankyn brisht ec yn un cheayrt PC

scelt burst, cloven, cut asunder: Kys ta oayrd mooar y theihll scelt as brisht! Bible

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

sheane (f.) cyst, fistula, sebaceous cyst, wen: Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane Bible

sole y dorrys doorstep, threshold: va kione Dagon as e ghaa laue brisht jeh er sole y dorrys Bible

sornaig (f.) drain, sewer: Ta Mainshtyr Anderson gra dy nee Crowe EPH Çhiarmaanit hug ny sornaigyn stiagh, agh foddee dy row doilleeidyn elley goll rish piobyn brisht jeant ec coonreyderyn elley - cummeyderyn-çheerey (landscapers), myr sampleyr. BS

taghys-chirrym scurvy: Ny fer cruittagh, ny fer faase, ny fer cam-hooillagh, ny ta fo taghys-chirrym ny screbbagh, ny ta'n grenns echey brisht Bible

ventreil venture: agh ta 'ghoan ayns bree ny smoo cur coyrle dooin dy reayll foast ayns shee - lheid y shee as t'ain - as gyn ventreil reesht [n]oi pooar cho niartal lurg dooin ve cho brisht. PC

scurvy (n.) brooan, brooan marrey, carragh, gorley carragh; taghys-chirrym: Or crookbackt, or a dwarf, or that hath a blemish in his eye, or be scurvy, or scabbed - Ny fer cruittagh, ny fer faase, ny fer cam-hooillagh, ny ta fo taghys-chirrym ny screbbagh Bible; brogan: Blind, or broken, or maimed, or having a wen, or scurvy, or scabbed - Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane, ny brogan, ny screb 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

gillid brightness, clearness, light, lustre: son ta dty ghoullyn sollys moom soilshean goltooan mee lesh y ghloyr va keayrt aym pene; my phooar v'er dty skyn, my ghloyr as gillid neesht, gys liorish moyrn ardalagh va mee brisht PC; (of snow) white, whiteness; cleanliness

lheim 1 bounce, bound, buck, embrace, hop, jump, limp, lope, pant, pounce, spring, start, tup, vault; 2 leap a: Myr feiyr fainee er mullagh sleityn nee ad lheim Bible; 3 leaping, jumping, starting a: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht Bible; 4 skippedst a: Son neayrs loayr oo jeh, tou lheim son boggey Bible; 5 leaped; 6 skip

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