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buirroogh bellow, growl, low, rumble; (of elephant) trumpet; roar: ta buirroogh y lion, as coraa'n lion dewil Bible


Inexact matches:

cur buirroogh ass trumpet

rumble buirroogh: Rumble like thunder - Buirroogh myr taarnagh. DF idiom; buirrooghey; rooit; tharmanaghey; tharmane

trumpet2 (of elephant) buirroogh

bellow1 baical, baic; buirroogh; garveig; garveigagh; garveigey

growl buirroogh; buirrooghey; gurr; gyrn; gyrnal; rooit; scryss; scryssey

lions (npl.) lionyn: Her princes within her are roaring lions - Ta ny princeyn cheu-sthie jee nyn lionyn buirroogh Bible; leionyn

low1 buirroogh; buirrooghey; dowin; garroo; injil: The fire is very low - Ta'n aile feer injil. JJK idiom; ishil; dy injil; kercheenagh

roar buirroogh, burrioogh; buirrooghey; garveigagh; garveig: A roar went up from the crowd - Hug y chionnal garveig ass. DF idiom; garveigey; gullal; rooit; rooital; gyllaghey

trumpet1 (n.) cayrn: And the sound of a trumpet - As feiyr y chayrn Bible; trumpet: when the trumpet soundeth long - Tra vees y trumpet er ny heidey son tammylt mie Bible; (v.) cayrnal, cur buirroogh ass

cheyll (y) of the forest: Jean lion buirroogh ayns y cheyll, tra nagh vel eh er hayrtyn e chragh? Bible

dreih drudge, miserable creature, pitiful person, victim, wretch: Ren y dreih buirroogh dy ard as ghooisht eh dy chooilley pheiagh ayns ny cabbaneyn. Chron

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

jymmoogh angry, displeased, offended, wroth: Yn gheay ren sheidey, taarnagh ren buirroogh, liorish va fys oc dy row Jee jymmoogh PC

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

shooyl mygeayrt walk about, walk round: Bee-jee sheelt, bee-jee er nyn arrey; er-yn-oyr dy vel y noid eu yn drogh-spyrryd, myr lion buirroogh, shooyl mygeayrt, shirrey quoi oddys eh y stroie Bible

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