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bwoalley (=Ir. bualadh) assault, bang, bash, batter, beat, beat up, belabour, buffet, clap, club, flap, hammer, hit, knock, mint, punch, scramble, shock, slam, slap, smite, strike, thrash, thresh, toll, wallop: honnick eh Egyptian bwoalley Hebrewnagh; fer jeh e vraaraghyn Bible; chime, ring; play; rhythm; pulsate, throb; rise of penis; (n.) percussion; striking; ringing [O.Ir. bĂșailid]


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bwoalley argid coinage, coining money, minting

bwoalley bassyn applaud

bwoalley chymmylt masturbation

bwoalley cluig tolling

bwoalley cree pulsation

bwoalley daaheuagh straddle

bwoalley er pound: Fliaghey bwoalley er yn uinnag. DF

bwoalley gong gong

bwoalley jeh beat off, strike off

bwoalley magh (of trail) blaze; hammer out: ta mee er chroo yn gaaue ta sheidey ny smarageyn 'syn aile, as ta bwoalley magh greie son e obbyr hene: as ta mee er chroo yn stroider dy choyrt mow. Bible; tick out

bwoalley neese upstroke

bwoalley noi come against, impinge, impingement

bwoalley rish forgather

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

bwoalley stiagh barge in, beat in, burst in, strike in; charge in: Ren mee bwoalley stiagh noi echey. DF

bwoalley toshee kick off

bwoalley baare y vluckan (golf) top

bwoalley clag raauee gong

bwoalley cling ass clink

bwoalley dy injil undercut

bwoalley feiyr ass clash

bwoalley lesh builteen baton

bwoalley lesh y ghlioon knee

bwoalley noi ry hoi bumping

bwoalley plang ass (of bow) twang

bwoalley stiagh lesh oard hammer in

bwoalley 'syn ardjid sky

bwoalley y crackan masturbate

bwoalley yiarn feayr cold hammer

bwoalley yn ennal ass (as person) wind

bwoalley yn traa mark time

cur magh bwoalley clag ring out

lesh bwoalley eddrym liltingly

gong (v.) bwoalley clag raauee, bwoalley gong; (n.) gong

striking bwoalley: It's just striking - T'eh bwoalley nish. JJK idiom; labbal; lhieggey; screebey

assault1 (v.) bwoalley; soiaghey er

barge in (v.) bwoalley stiagh

beat off (v.) bwoalley jeh

blaze7 (v.) (of trail) bwoalley magh

charge in (v.) bwoalley stiagh

come against bwoalley noi

forgather (v.) bwoalley rish

hammer out (v.) bwoalley magh

impingement (n.) bwoalley noi

liltingly (adj.) lesh bwoalley eddrym

minting (v.) bwoalley argid

percussion (n.) bwoallee, bwoalley

pulsate (v.) builley; bwoalley

pulsation (n.) builley, bwoalley cree

rhythm (n.) bwoalley, ryddim

rise of penis bwoalley

slam builley; bwoalley; carrame

smite down (v.) bwoalley sheese

strike in (v.) bwoalley stiagh

thrash (v.) bwoalley; cur da

threshing bwoalley: And your threshing shall reach unto the vintage - As nee'n bwoalley eu roshtyn gys y fouyr-feeyney Bible; tasterys; (adj.) bwoallee

throb bwoalley

tick out (v.) bwoalley magh

wallop bwoalley

are t': They are living a cat and dog life - T'ad beaghey bwoalley er kayt as bwoalley er moddey. JJK idiom; ta: These boys are accusing one another - Ta ny guillyn shoh cassid er e cheilley. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel: Are there any coals in the scuttle? - Vel geayll erbee ayns y chruick? JJK idiom

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

baton (n.) builteen; (v.) bwoalley lesh builteen

buffet (n.) boayrd bee; (v.) bwoalley; doarney

bumping (v.) bwoalley noi ry hoi

cold hammer (n.) bwoalley yiarn feayr

living1 beaoil; mayrnagh: He is still living - T'eh mayrnagh. DF idiom; beaghey: They are living a cat and dog life - T'ad beaghey bwoalley er kayt as bwoalley er moddey. JJK idiom; er mayrn: He is still living - T'eh er mayrn foast. DF idiom

mark time (v.) bwoalley yn traa

ringing claggintys; clinckal; gling; glingal; bingys: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bingys. DF idiom; clinkeragh: There's someone ringing - Ta pagh ennagh clinkeragh. JJK idiom; bwoalley: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bwoalley. 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

toll1 bwoalley; clingeraght; keesh, mayle

tolling bwoalley cluig; cling; kiaullane

top3 (v.) (golf) bwoalley baare y vluckan

wind3 (v.) (as person) bwoalley yn ennal ass

batter battyr; bwoalley; clou broojit; faaney; sooslagh; mestey-freeghee

beat down1 (v.) brishey sheese, bwoalley sheese

beat in (v.) brishey stiagh; bwoalley stiagh

break down (v.) brishey sheese; bwoalley sheese

burst in (v.) brishey stiagh; bwoalley stiagh

club1 (n.) bad, lorg, maidjey; (v.) bwoalley, cheet ry-cheilley

coinage (n.) argid, bwoalley argid, cooinaghyn, croo, kiaddey

coining money (v.) bwoalley argid, carnaghey argid

hammer down (v.) broilley, bwoalley sheese, lheanaghey meain

hammer in (v.) bwoalley stiagh lesh oard

impinge (v.) bwoailley, bwoalley noi, goll stiagh er, imman

masturbation (n.) bwoalley chymmylt, caarjys ny laue, laue-chooilleeney, mair-chooilleeney

play bwoalley; cayrn; cloie; feddanagh; gleashaght; shiauilley; rouanagh

scramble (v.) bwoalley; jannoo mestey vestey jeh; skeaylley

smite bwoaill; bwoalley; (to); (dy) woalley; stroie; smaghtee

strike off (v.) bwoalley jeh, giarrey jeh, scryssey magh

twang3 (v.) (of bow) bwoalley plang ass, jannoo plang; plang

upstroke (n.) bwoalley neese, linney neese, seiy

beat up (v.) bwoalley; cur condoo da; cur da; lhie stiagh rish

belabour (v.) broojer; bwoalley; cur da; dy vwoailley dy trome; dy vroo; dy chondoo

kick off (v.) brebbal ersooyl; cur yn breb toshee; (n.) bwoalley toshee

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

ring out (v.) clinckal, clingal, cur magh bwoalley clag, frappal

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

undercut (v.) bwoalley dy injil; creck ny s'neugheyrey; fo-yiarrey; giarrey fo

Hebrewnagh Hebrew: honnick eh Egyptian bwoalley Hebrewnagh; fer jeh e vraaraghyn. Bible

applaud (v.) bwoalley bassyn, cur molley da; moylley: I applaud his work - Ta mee moylley yn obbyr echey. DF idiom

bang bleayst; bwoalley; crankal; feeam; frap; polt; bleaystey: It went bang! - Ren eh bleaystey! DF idiom; vleayst: It went bang - Vleayst eh. DF idiom

beat1 (v.) bwoalley; yeelt, custey; custhey; geddyn laue yn eaghtyr er: We beat them! - Hooar shin laue yn eaghtyr orroo! DF idiom; yeealley; (n.) ronney: Policeman on his beat - Meoir shee er yn ronney echey. DF idiom

chime bwoalley; cling; clingaghey; clingeragh: They chime together - T'ad clingeragh ry-cheilley. DF idiom; cochlaggintys

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

clash bwoalley feiyr ass; caggey; meechordail: They clash - Ta meechoardail eddyr oc. DF idiom; tharmanaghey; tharmane

clink bwoalley cling ass; cling; clingeragh; glig; carchar; pryssoon: He went to clink - Hie eh stiagh ayns pryssoon. DF idiom

clock (n.) clag: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; cluig; (v.) cur da

flap bennalt; bwoalley; flap; flibbag; musthaa: There was a big flap on - Va musthaa mooar ayn. DF idiom; polt; poltey

hammer1 (v.) bwoalley, cur da, obbraghey oard er, casoor; (n.) hammar, oayrd; oard: Reach me the hammer - Sheeyn dou yn oard. DF idiom

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

knee (v.) bwoalley lesh y ghlioon; (n.) glioon: The trouble is seated in the knee - 'Sy ghlioon ta mooir yn olk. DF idiom; gliooney

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

mint bwoalley, cooiney, jannoo cooinney jeh; carnanaghey argid; mwyllin argid; myndey; mynthey; thie cooinnee

pound (v.) broojey, bwoalley er, cur 'sy phundail, mynvroojey; (n.) pundail; punt: Were you even to give him a pound, he wouldn't do it - Eer dy derragh oo punt da, cha jinnagh eh eh. JJK idiom

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

shock1 (v.) bwoalley, sheeigey, sthookal; craa; cur greain; (to); (dy) agglaghey; (n.) toorran; greain: The shock killed him - Varr yn ghreain eh. DF idiom

sky (v.) bwoalley 'syn ardjid; (n.) speyr; aer: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom

thresh (v.) bwoalley: it is time to thresh her - t'ee traa y woalley Bible; tasteraght: thou shalt thresh the mountains - nee oo tasteraght ny sleityn Bible

will strike bwoaillee: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom

clabbin (of wind) bluster: Ren clabbin teaymagh dy gheay bwoalley y shiaull, as v'ee harrish 'syn ushtey, beeal fo. GK; gust, squall

lieckan (f.) pl. lieckanyn 1 cheek, jowl, profile, side-face a: T'eh cur e lieckan dasyn ta bwoalley eh Bible; 2 banging post

maidjey (=Ir.,Sc.G. maide) 1 bat, club, cue, lever, pitprop, pointer, pole, rod, stick, straddle a: goym's maidjey Yoseph t'ayns laue Ephraim Bible; 2 (in stable) bail; 3 (on doorway) bar; 4 boarding; 5 wooden: Ny my nee eh bwoalley eh lesh wappin-maidjey Bible [O.Ir. maide]

noidys animosity, antagonism, enmity, feud, hostility, variance: ayns noidys bwoalley eh lesh e laue Bible

pryssooney 1 custody, detention; 2 imprison, incarcerate a: ta fys oc dy ren mish pryssooney as bwoalley ayns dy chooilley synagogue adsyn va credjal aynyd Bible

teaddyn ropes: Va'n greie er boayrd echey, as v'eh crankal ny bwoalley mairyn gollrish clouscreeuder lesh y laue hoshtal as v'eh cloie teaddyn lesh y laue yesh. Dhoor

thoynyn bottoms: Ghow shin tonn vooar harrish cheu ny lhong ren bwoalley y skimmee ooilley er ny thoynyn oc. GK

wappin pl. wappinyn instrument, weapon: Ny my nee eh bwoalley eh lesh wappin-maidjey Bible

ring bingys, clinc, rhollan; (v.) cur fainey er, cur stroineen er, clinck, craa, clinckal, clinckeragh, glingal; broo: Ring the doorbell - Broo yn claggan. DF idiom; bwoalley: Ring the bell - Bwoaill yn clag. DF idiom; crie: Ring the bell - Crie yn kiaullane. DF idiom; (n.) bwoaillee, croa, fainney, kiarkyl, loop, paal, scoodyn; fainey: He pledged the ring - Hug eh yn ainey myr raane. DF idiom

straddle (n.) maidjey, scarrey goal; (v.) shassoo scart; soie scart: To straddle a chair - Dy hoie scart er caair. DF idiom; scarrey: To straddle a horse - Dy scarrey er chabbyl. DF idiom; bwoalley daaheuagh: To straddle a target - Dy woalley er yn daa heu jeh. DF idiom

teaymagh arbitrary, capricious, fickle, fitful, freakish, spasmodic, unstable, unsteady, wavering: Ren clabbin teaymagh dy gheay bwoalley y shiaull, as v'ee harrish 'syn ushtey, beeal fo. GK; heady: Traitooryn, teaymagh, ard-aignagh, ny s'graihee er eunyssyn y vea shoh na er Jee Bible; humoursome; fanciful, whimsical; moody: T'eh teaymagh. DF; notional

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