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buinn cut, cut down, harvest, lift, mow, mowing, reap, reaping, shear, shearing: as foast ta queig bleeaney, ayndoo, cha bee traaue ny buinn Bible


Inexact matches:

buinn moain turf cutting

greie buinn mower

gyn buinn unreaped

laa buinn y lieen nevermass

mow (v.) buinn; (n.) spattan

mowing (v.) buinn: Wet festival day and everyone mowing hay - Laa feailley fliaghee as gagh buinn traagh. DF idiom; foldeyrys, folderys, foldyrys; folderagh

reap (v.) buinn: You are sowing that which you will not reap - T'ou cuirr shen nagh jean oo buinn. DF idiom

reaping (v.) buinn, buinney, giarrey

shearing buinn; loamrey; lommyrt

nevermass laa buinn y lieen

unreaped gyn buinn; neuvuint; neuwhuinnit

turf cutting buinn moain; giarrey foaidyn; giarrey moain

mower (n.) beaynee; buinneyder; foldyr, foldeyr, folleyder; greie buinn; jeshaght vuinn

dossyn clusters: Cur fo dty chorran gyere, as buinn dossyn billey-feeyneyn thallooin Bible

cut down (v.) buinn, gastyrt, injillaghey; giarey sheese: And I will destroy your high places, and cut down - As neem stroie nyn ard-ynnydyn, as giarey sheese ny jallooyn eu Bible

festival (n.) ard-eailley, ard-laa, feaill, feish, giense; feailley: Wet festival day and everyone mowing hay - Laa feailley fliaghee as gagh buinn traagh. DF idiom

harvest buinn; cleiy; cur stiagh: Get in the harvest - Yn fouyr y chur stiagh. DF idiom; fouyr: Harvest of the sea - Fouyr ny marrey. DF idiom; traa fouyir; troggal

lift ardjaghey, buinn, geid, troggal; ardjee: The tide will lift the boat - Ardjee yn tidey y baatey. DF idiom; (impv) irree, trog; (n.) cummaght ardjee, markiaght, troggeyder; ardjeyder: The lift is stuck - Cha nel yn ardjeyder gobbragh. DF idiom

shear buinn; giarrey: Shear off a branch - Banglane y yiarrey. DF idiom; loamrey; loamyr; lommyrt, lhommyrt

cur fo scuttle, sink; weather; let down, thrust in: Cur fo dty chorran, as buinn Bible; tackle person about

Cur-jee my-ner (impv) Behold: Cur-jee my-ner eeanlee yn aer: son cha vel ad cuirr ny buinn, ny chymsaghey stiagh ayns soaltyn; foast ta nyn Ayr flaunyssagh dyn meaghey ad. Bible

jeir (f.) lachrymal, lachrymatory, spot, tear, teardrop: Adsyn ta cuirr ayns jeir: nee ad buinn ayns boggey Bible

loauys (f.) caries, decay, gangrene, putrescence, putridity, rot, rottenness: eshyn ta cuirr gys yn eill, nee jeh'n eill myrgeddin buinn loauys Bible

madyr matter: nee madyr mooar eh my nee mayd buinn ny nheeghyn seihltagh eu Bible

thie stoyr depositary, storehouse, warehouse: Smooinee-jee er ny fee: son cha vel ad cuirr, ny buinn: cha vel thie stoyr ny soalt oc, as ta Jee dyn meaghey ad Bible

vuinn See buinn reaped, received: Eisht chuirr Isaacsy cheer shen, as vuinn ehsy vleïn cheddin keead filley Bible; cut

y (=Ir. an) = yn, pl. ny 1 the a: nee mec Aaron y saggyrt sheidey lesh ny trumpetyn Bible; 2 (gen.) of the: tra ta shiu buinn fouyr y thallooin eu Bible

all (adj., adv.) cagh: All mowing hay - Cagh buinn traagh. DF idiom; fey; (pref.) ooilley-; (dy) chooilley; ooilley: All is right except this sentence - Ta ooilley kiart er-lhimmey jeh'n raa shoh. JJK idiom; dagh ooilley, gagh ooilley: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom

carnal (adj.) callinagh: but I am carnal, sold under sin - agh ta mish callinagh creckit fo peccah Bible; foalley: are ye not carnal, and walk as men? - nagh vel shiu foalley, as gimmeeaght myr deiney? Bible; seihltagh: is it a great thing if we shall reap your carnal things? - nee madyr mooar eh my nee mayd buinn ny nheeghyn seihltagh eu? Bible

cut baarey; beam; beamey; buinn; collag; giarreen; giarey, giarrey; grainney; injillaghey; jeeig; oght; slish-woalley; slissey; giareit; vuinn; (to); (dy) ghiarrey; giarit: I must get my hair cut - Shegin dou geddyn m'olt giarit. JJK idiom; giar: Please cut my hair, too - Giar m'olt neesht, my sailliu. JJK idiom

chaglym (=Ir. teaglaim) (v.) accumulate, assemble, collect, gather, whip round: Cha jean shiu cuirr, ny buinn shen ny ta gaase jeh hene, ny chaglym messyn dty villey feeyney gyn-pollal Bible; (n.) collection, gathering, convocation: Er yn chied laa, bee chaglym casherick Bible; conclusion; effort; contribution; meeting; gathereth

cuirr See cuirrey disseminate, dissemination: ayns y trass vleïn nee shiu cuirr as buinn Bible; (as nets) let down, shoot: Ymmyrt-jee magh gys y diunid, as cuir-jee yn lieen son tayrn Bible; invite; grow; implant, plant, set, sow: Eisht lhig dooys cuirr, as lhig da fer elley gee Bible; soweth

dooinney creoi austere man, hard case, toughman: Agh y fer v'er gheddyn yn un talent haink eh, as dooyrt eh, Hiarn, va fys aym's dy nee dooinney creoi oo; buinn raad nagh ren oo cuirr, as chaglym raad nagh ren oo skeayley. Bible

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