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builley chiass heatstroke

builley bash, bump, cast, clap, hit, impact, knock, pulsate, punch, slam, slap, strike, stripe, stroke, sweep, thump, whack: 2 ¦ Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; (as pulse) beat, pulsation; (of voice) cadence; (on horn) toot; choosing; fervour, fit, frenzy, madness

Inexact matches:

builley er builley hit back, tit for tat

builley son builley stripe for stripe: Lostey son lostey, lhott, son lhott, builley son builley Bible

builley aggairagh foul

builley baaish coup de grace, death blow, mortal blow: Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; lethal blow

builley barriaght hazard

builley bass clapping

builley bassyn applause

builley caggee war fever

builley cleeau breast stroke

builley cooyl backhand blow, backhander

builley coshey stamp: Hayrn eh builley coshey orrym DF

builley eddrym dab

builley geaylin swing

builley king header

builley kiuttagh lefthander

builley lectragh electric shock

builley lhiattagh side stroke

builley marrooagh fatal blow

builley neose down stroke

builley seose upbeat

builley shuddyragh scissors

builley sooaghan piston stroke

builley toshee bow

builley trome heavy blow, serious blow: Eshyn woaill yn pobble ayns e yymmoose lesh builley trome Bible

builley trudjen trudgen stroke

kiuttag builley (blow) lefthander

builley mysh y chree palpitation

builley y chastey fend off

builley y crackan masturbate

builley yn airh gold fever

cur builley da punch

er builley ny hoor prompt: Dy heet er builley ny hoor. DF

hit ard-speeideilys; builley: He hit back - Hug eh builley er builley. DF idiom; bwoalley; cur da; labbal; woaill: He hit it as hard as he could - Woaill eh lesh ooilley e niart eh. DF idiom

hit back builley er builley

stripe for stripe builley son builley

tit for tat (n.) builley er builley

backhand blow (n.) builley cooyl

backhander (n.) bassag; builley cooyl

beat3 (v.) (as pulse) builley

blow1 cayrnal; feddanagh; labb; losh; shellym; tarnoal; tharmane; builley: Land a blow in the face - Builley y woalley ayns oaie. DF idiom

breast stroke (n.) builley cleeau

cadence2 (n.) (of voice) builley, carr, tuittym

choosing builley; scoilt; tughey

death blow (n.) builley baaish

electric shock (n.) builley lectragh

fatal blow (n.) builley marrooagh

fervour (n.) builley, jeeanid

heatstroke (n.) builley chiass

heavy blow (n.) builley trome

impact builley

lefthander1 (n.) builley kiuttagh; kiuttagh

lefthander2 (n.) (blow) kiuttag builley

lethal blow (n.) builley baaish

mortal blow (n.) builley baaish

piston stroke (n.) builley sooaghan

pulsate (v.) builley; bwoalley

pulsation (n.) builley, bwoalley cree

punch broddag; builley; bwoalley; cur builley da; puinsh; thiolley; towlley; towlleyder; bree: There's not much punch in it - Cha nel monney bree ayn. DF idiom; punch: Mix a glass of punch - Glenney phunsh y yannoo. DF idiom

serious blow (n.) builley trome

side stroke builley lhiattagh

slam builley; bwoalley; carrame

toot2 (v.) (on horn) builley; sheidey

trudgen stroke (n.) builley trudjen

upbeat (n.) builley seose

war fever (n.) builley caggee

whack builley

lott (f.) job lot, portion: hilg ad lottyn chammah son beg as mooar Bible; wound: Lostey son lostey, lhott, son lhott, builley son builley Bible

bash (n.) builley, labb; (v.) bwoalley, labbal

coup de grace (n.) builley baaish

fend off (v.) builley y chastey

gold fever (n.) builley yn airh

header (n.) builley king; clagh chianglee

heat apoplexy (n.) (yn) builley-hiass

builley-chingys (yn) apoplexy

builley-hiass (yn) heat apoplexy

ruilley-builley rough-and-tumble

apoplexy (n.) (yn) builley-chingys, chingys-buillee, gorley neealagh; stroak

clapping bass-moylley; bassey; builley bass; poltal; poltey

down stroke (n.) builley neose, linney neose

frenzy (n.) baanrid; builley; keogh; keoieid; merre; rouyl

hazard (n.) builley barriaght, lhiettrimys, gaue; (v.) cur ayns gaue

rough-and-tumble (n., adj.) bea corragh; garroo; ruilley-builley

scissors (n.) builley shuddyragh, cab ry cheilley

dab1 (n.) builley eddrym; (n.) dab, girvan, liehbaig gheinnee; (v.) cur bassag veg da

madness (n.) baanrid; baanrys; builley; eulys; jiarg-eulys; keogh; keoieid; keoieys; meecheeayllid; rouyl; mee-hushtey

masturbate (v.) builley y crackan, bwoalley y crackan, jannoo laue chooilleeney, jannoo mair chooilleeney

palpitation (n.) brebaney cree, builley mysh y chree; pandoogh; soutal y chree

slap gaillag; bassag; builley; bwoalley; gaaillag; sows; (v.) cur bassag da

stripe (n.) rimmeig, schimmeig, skilleig, skimmeig, slattag, strigg; (v.) rimmeigey, schimmeigey, striggey; builley

thump (n.) donk, labb, losh, polt; (v.) builley, donkal, donkey, labbal, poltal, poltey

applause (n.) bassey, builley bassyn, moylley; bass-voylley: Round of applause - Shayll bass-voylley. DF idiom

axe (v.) giarrey; (n.) teigh: and his hand fetcheth a stroke with the axe to cut down the tree - as tra ta e laue coyrt builley lesh y teigh dy lhieggal y bil Bible

bow1 (n.) bow, bhow, builley toshee, imlaght, sock; (v.) cammey, croymmey, lhoobey, loobey, obbraghey y bow, sleaghtey

bump att: There is a bump on his head - Ta att er e chione. DF idiom; builley; cramman: It raised a bump - Hrog eh cramman. DF idiom; donk; donkal; donkey; labb; tomman

cheek1 (v.) cur baaish da, cur eddin da; (n.) daanys; eddin; gaailley; gruaie; lieckan: The blow slit his cheek - Doshil y builley y lhieckan echey. DF idiom; puiss

clap1 (n.) bassag, builley; polt: The clap of the bombs - Polt ny bleaystanyn. DF idiom; (v.) bassey, bwoalley, cur bassag da, poltal, poltey

fit brash; builley; coamrey; fhyt: She fell into a fit - Haink fhyt urree. DF idiom; teaym: Fit of rage - Teaym eulys. DF idiom; yn-

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

knock builley; bwoalley; crank: Knock at the door - Crank er y dorrys. JJK idiom; crankal; labbal; striggylagh

prompt (v.) cur ayns kione feanish, cur yn fockle 'sy veeal, greinnaghey; (adj.) dy traaoil, er builley ny hoor, er y traa, siyragh, leah; (n.) fys jeh'n ockle

stamp builley coshey; clouag; cowrey; stamp: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; (v.) cowraghey, cur clouag er, inganey, stampey

stroke (n.) builley, chingys, polt, scrabage, stroak, struge, tarnoal, war; (v.) stroogey; stroog, strooge: Stroke the cat backwards - Stroog y kayt noi'n fynney. DF idiom

sweep builley; lhomey; sceau; skeabey: New brooms sweep clean - Ta skeabyn noa skeabey glen. JJK idiom; (n.) skeabeyder

swing (v.) cassey, croghey, dooney, lunjeaney; leaystey: To swing to and fro - Dy leaystey noon as noal. DF idiom; (n.) leayst-chiaull; leaystane, lunjean, builley geaylin

foyryn edges: va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

kiaullane 1 clamourer, squeaker; 2 (small) bell, handbell a: Ny jean builley yn kiaullane son padjer as eisht roie ersooyl. EF; 3 (of bell) toll; 4 orchestra; 5 clarion; 6 noise in the ear, racket, tolling; 7 blatancy

mymboo about them: myr veagh oard-chiardee va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

cast1 builley, cuirt, skah; coontit; cur skimmee da; far hooill; jannoo; jiooldit; lhuan; lught; mac-skeih; orraghey; plaitail; roit; skimmee; snoaid; tilgane; tilgey: The sheep cast her lamb - Ren y cheyrrey tilgey yn eayn eck. DF idiom; tilgit; hilg; ceau, cheau: He cast his garments - Cheau eh jeh e gharmadyn. DF idiom; cuir; hilgys; tilg; (to); (dy) hilgey; ceaut: The die is cast - Ta ny jeeslaghyn ceaut. DF idiom

strike builley; bwoaillys; bwoalley: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; feddyn; labbal; lhieggey; spooghey; stholk; stholkey; troa; dy woalley; strugey; bwoaillee: It will soon strike three - Bwoaillee eh tree dy-gerrid. JJK idiom; bwoaill: Don't strike the dog - Ny bwoaill yn moddey. JJK idiom; bwoailley


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