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cabbil horses: son dy vel y Chiarn ass nyn lieh, as bee ny markee er cabbil nyn haart Bible


Inexact matches:

ammyr cabbil (f.) horse trough

bocs cabbil (mobile) box

bollagh cabbil pack road

brisheyder cabbil rough rider

buitchoor cabbil knacker

cabbil foalley breeding horses

cabbil vaney whitecaps

cabbil vreckey piebald horses

cassan cabbil pack trail

cro cabbil conker

delleyder cabbil horse dealer

drummey cabbil kettle drum

drummeyder cabbil kettle drummer

eayst-hooill cabbil (f.) moon-eye

fainagh cabbil horsedrawn coach

famman cabbil horse tail

gaaue cabbil farrier

gaddee cabbil horse thief

guilley cabbil equerry, groom, ostler; tiger

kishtey cabbil horse-box

lhee cabbil farrier

lheeys cabbil farriery

loghan cabbil horse pond

meeineyder cabbil horse-breaker, horse-trainer

ratchal cabbil horse racing

ratch cabbil horse race, race meeting

shooyl cabbil paces of a horse

sidoor cabbil cavalryman, dragoon, trooper

taishbynys cabbil horse show

troggeyder cabbil horse breeder

winlass cabbil whim

cabbil y ratch (in race) field

carriads kiare cabbil drag

guilley ny cabbil stable boy

mooar er ny cabbil horsy

farrier (n.) crouder; gaaue cabbil; lhee cabbil

horses (npl.) cabbil: Were not my horses the most beautiful? - Nagh s'aaley ny cabbil ayms va? JJK idiom

box5 (n.) (mobile) bocs cabbil

breeding horses (npl.) cabbil foalley

conker (n.) cro cabbil

dragoon (n.) dragoon, sidoor cabbil

farriery (n.) crouderys, lheeys cabbil

field2 (n.) (in race) cabbil y ratch

horse-box (n.) kishtey cabbil

horse-breaker (n.) meeineyder cabbil

horse breeder (n.) troggeyder cabbil

horse dealer (n.) delleyder cabbil

horsedrawn coach (n.) fainagh cabbil

horse pond (n.) loghan cabbil

horse show (n.) taishbynys cabbil

horse tail (n.) famman cabbil

horse thief (n.) gaddee cabbil

horse-trainer (n.) meeineyder cabbil

horse trough (n.) ammyr cabbil

kettle drummer (n.) drummeyder cabbil

knacker (n.) buitchoor cabbil

moon-eye eayst-hooill cabbil

pack road (n.) bollagh cabbil

pack trail (n.) cassan cabbil

piebald horses (npl.) cabbil vreckey

race meeting (n.) ratch cabbil

rough rider (n.) brisheyder cabbil

trooper (n.) sidoor cabbil

whim (n.) teaym, winlass cabbil

whitecaps (npl.) cabbil vaney

bloodstock (n.) cabbil-fuilleeaght

cavalryman (n.) markiagh armee, sidoor cabbil

equerry (n.) guilley cabbil, mainstyr naigh

grisled glass: and in the fourth chariot grisled and bay horses - as ayns y chiarroo ainagh va cabbil glass as doyn Bible; glassey: the grisled go forth toward the south country - as ta ny cabbil glassey goll magh gys y cheer-jiass Bible; spottagh: the rams which leaped upon the cattle were ringstraked, speckled, and grisled - va ny reaghyn va lheim er y maase, schimmeigagh, breck as spottagh Bible

horse racing ratchal cabbil; ratchal-cabbil

ostler (n.) guilley cabbil, guilley eagh

cabbil-fuilleeaght bloodstock

ratchal-cabbil horse racing

horse race (n.) ratch cabbil; ratch cabbyl

horsy (adj.) cabbylagh; mooar er ny cabbil

kettle drum (n.) dollan kiaullee, drummey cabbil

paces of a horse (n.) immeeaght; shooyl cabbil

stable boy (n.) guilley ny cabbil, guilley stabyl

tiger (n.) cheegyr, teigyr; lion-schimmeigagh; guilley cabbil

creggyn rocks: Vod cabbil roie harrish creggyn? Bible

groom (v.) aarlaghey, kerey; (n.) fer ny gabbil, fer y phoosee, fieaumanagh, guilley cabbil

cabbyl (=Ir. cappul) pl. cabbil horse, mount: livrey-yms dhyt's daa housane cabbyl Bible [L. caballus]

ceau claghyn throwing stones: Ceau claghyn er ny cabbil. DF

crou (f.) (of wheel) band; shoe: Va mee crou cabbil. DF; tyre

dellid blindness, cecity, sightlessness: bwoaill-ym ooilley cabbil ny ashoonee lesh dellid. Bible

doyn bay: as ayns y chiarroo ainagh va cabbil glass as doyn Bible

leopardyn leopards: Ta ny cabbil oc neesht ny s'bieau na ny leopardyn Bible

lheimyraght (f.) leaping: lheimyraght ny cabbil, as leaystey ny fainee. Bible; pransing, prancing

lurg y cheilley tandem: Dy imman cabbil lurg y cheilley. DF

roie harrish outflow, overflow, range, run over: Vod cabbil roie harrish creggyn? Bible

advise (v.) coyrlaghey da: Which of these horses do you advise me to buy? - Quoi jeh ny cabbil shoh vel oo coyrlaghey mee dy chionnaghey? JJK idiom; cur coyrle da

blued2 (v.) (as money) jummit; yumm: He blued all his money on the horses - Yumm eh ooilley'n argid echey er ny cabbil. DF idiom

coach (n.) baroose, carbyd, couch; fainagh: Coach and six - Fainagh shey cabbil. DF idiom; waggyn; ynseyder; (v.) greinnaghey, ynsaghey er lheh

drag carriads kiare cabbil; gobbragh lhieen screebee; gobbragh sleayd varrey; goll dy dree; goll dy moal; lhiettrimys; sleayd screebee; sleaydey; sthroogey; tayrn: Drag it here - Tayrn eh dys shoh. DF idiom

drown (v.) baih: Better to change horses in mid ford than to drown - Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF idiom; baighey, baihaghey, mooghey; (impv) baih: Drown the pups - Baih ny quallianyn. DF idiom

exchange co-cheaghley; co-cheaghlid; coonree; coonrey: Fair exchange - Coonrey corrym. DF idiom and Joseph gave them bread in exchange for horses - as hug Joseph arran daue ayns coonrey, son cabbil Bible; maylart; maylartagh; maylartane; maylartey

ford aah: Better to change horses in mid ford than to drown - Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF idiom; (n.) aae, crossag; (v.) goll tessen er aah, shooyl tessen er aah

jumping1 lheim; lheimyragh; leaystey: and of the pransing horses, and of the jumping chariots - as lheimyraght ny cabbil, as leaystey ny fainee Bible

slaves (npl.) raanteenyn; slaveyn: wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men - curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney Bible; sleabyn

aah (f.) pl. aaghyn drift, ford: Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF [O.Ir. áth]

arganeagh arguer, argumentative, contentious, debatable, remonstrative: As er shen, cur my ner, un laa haink Efnisien, y fer-arganeagh loayr shin mychione roish nish, er marklanyn ny gabbil Matholwch, as deysht, eh, "Quoi s'lesh ny cabbil shoh? Coraa

brack pl. brick trout: loo eh as vreear eh nagh d'aagagh eh broogh ny h- Awiney derrey veagh yn brack echey. Coraa; speckled: cheu chooylloo va cabbil ruy, brack as bane. Bible; brindle; spotted; streaked; bracket

braddaggyn See praddagyn, praddaggyn caterpillars: lhig da ny cabbil cheet seose myr ny braddaggyn mollagh. Bible

cabbyl ruy bay horse: Honnick mee 'syn oie, as cur-my-ner, va dooinney markiaght er cabbyl ruy Bible as hass eh mastey ny biljyn-myrtle va heese 'sy choan, as cheu chooylloo va cabbil ray, brack as bane. Bible

cannoo lust: V'ee er-cannoo lurg ny Assyrianee e naboonyn, captanyn as fir-reill, coamrit yindyssagh stoamey, markiagh er cabbil, ad ooilley deiney aegey aalin. Bible

carriads (f.) cab, carriage, compartment, corvee, vehicle: er cabbil, as ayns fainee, as er carriads Bible; enforced labour: Shoh obbyr lught-thie ny Gershoniteyn, dy hirveish, as son carriads Bible

choonree changed: Heill ad dy row ad rish y cheayn reesht, as keayrt elley choonree ad ny cabbil as caartyn son daa lhong sloo Dhoor

cleeir clear: ren eh cur er y chaart-taarnagh as ny cabbil echey lhiggey tessyn y speyr cleeir gorrym. Dhoor

corkey (oat grain) corn: Ceau corkey da ny kiarkyn. DF; oat: Ta ny cabbil glen as corkey ayns nyn molg - berreman as driaghtyn er nyn gorp. Dhoor

cummal magh endure, hold out, maintain, survive: kys eisht oddys oo cummal magh rish cabbil? Bible

dooghys (f.) heredity, instinct, kind, kindness, nation, nature, quality, race, sex, species, temper, temperament: y dooghys oc myr dooghys cabbil Bible

dromedareeyn dromedaries: hug eh screeunyn lesh postyn er cabbil, as markee er muleyn, camelyn, as dromedareeyn aegey Bible

feill assylyn flesh of asses: Son va'n aigney eck soit er e graihderyn, yn eill oc ta myr feill assylyn, as y dooghys oc myr dooghys cabbil. Bible

glassey green: Ta'n billey-figgagh gymmyrkey figgyn glassey Bible; paler: ta ny cabbil glassey goll magh gys y cheer-jiass Bible; (v.) lock up, secure; grisled

graihderyn lovers: Son va'n aigney eck soit er e graihderyn, yn eill oc ta myr feill assylyn, as y dooghys oc myr dooghys cabbil. Bible

irree yn laa dawn, daybreak, rise of the day: Foddym goaill stiagh nish yn aggle anmey veagh er ve er sidooryn fuirraghtyn rish cabbil nyn noidyn lhigey huc ayns keeiragh kayeeagh ec irree yn laa. Dhoor

kayeeagh foggy, hazy, misty, nebulous: Foddym goaill stiagh nish yn aggle anmey veagh er ve er sidooryn fuirraghtyn rish cabbil nyn noidyn lhigey huc ayns keeiragh kayeeagh ec irree yn laa. Dhoor

keeaght (=Ir. ceacht) (f.) plough: Nish, nee'm shiaullaghey y keeaght choud's t'ou glenney as kerey ny cabbil. Dhoor

kerey cering, comb, combing, groom, hackle, hackling, mopping up, mop up, teasel, teasing, teazle, wax; (as wool) tease; (as horse) curry: Nish, nee'm shiaullaghey y keeaght choud's t'ou glenney as kerey ny cabbil. Dhoor

mollagh (=Ir. mothallach) rough, rude, rugged; bushy: as snaue neose, stiagh fo ny blaaghyn mollagh chos'n eh roish. PC; hirsute, rough-coated: lhig da ny cabbil cheet seose myr ny braddaggyn mollagh Bible; shaggy

muleyn mules: foddee dy vow mayd faiyr dy hauail ny cabbil as ny muleyn bio Bible

murran influenza; murrain, plague: er ny cabbil, er ny assylyn, er ny camelyn, er ny dew, as er ny kirree; bee murran feer dewil Bible

niart sleih lot of people, much people, powerful lot of people: dirree eh magh noi, ayns cur e haghteryn reeoil gys Egypt, son cabbil, as niart sleih Bible; manpower

shiaullaghey fit out, prepare, ready, rig, tune up, tuning: Nish, nee'm shiaullaghey y keeaght choud's t'ou glenney as kerey ny cabbil. Dhoor; (as boat) equip; (as engine) tune

slaveyn slaves: spiceyn millish, as myrrh, as frankincense, as feeyn, as ooil, as flooyr meen, as curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney. Bible

snaie lieen linen thread, linen yarn: As va ec Solomon cabbil veih Egypt as snaie lieen Bible

soilsheenaghey advertise, advertising: va mraane aeg bwaagh goll mygeayrt er ny straaidjyn Ghoolish as adsyn cur magh duillageenyn soilsheenaghey cabbil yiarney. Carn

streeanyn (f.) 1 bits a: ta shin coyrt streeanyn ayns beïll ny cabbil, dy bee ad beasagh dooin Bible; 2 bridles, Bible; 3 leading strings

traaue cleave, furrow, plough, ploughing, plough up, till, tilling: Vod cabbil roie harrish creggyn ? ny dew traaue orroo? Bible

treanee caggee men of war: lesh cabbil as fainee, lesh deiney niartal, as lesh ooilley ny treanee caggee Bible

yiarney cover with iron; iron: va mraane aeg bwaagh goll mygeayrt er ny straaidjyn Ghoolish as adsyn cur magh duillageenyn soilsheenaghey cabbil yiarney. Carn

bet bett, cheb; (v.) bettal, chebbal, cur giall er; gioal; cur gioal er: I'll bet you anything you like - Verym gioal er ooilley ny t'ayn. DF idiom; giall: I don't bet on horses - Cha nel mee cur giallyn er cabbil. DF idiom

more fierce (comp./sup.) s'chenney: And they were the more fierce - As vad wheesh shen schenney er Bible; (ny) sbarbagh: Their horses also are swifter than the leopards, and are more fierce than the evening wolves - Ta ny cabbil oc neesht ny sbieau na ny leopardyn, as ny sbarbagh na moddee-oaldey Bible

much people (n.) niart sleih: horses and much people - cabbil, as niart sleih Bible; mooarane pobble: to save much people alive - dy hauail mooarane pobble bio Bible; weight sleih: And Edom came out against him with much people - As haink Edom magh n lesh weight sleih Bible; ymmodee sleih: And they went out, they and all their hosts with them, much people - As hie ad magh, ad-hene as ooilley ny deiney caggee oc mâroo, ymmodee sleih Bible; earroo mooar dy leih: much people gathered unto him - va earroo mooar dy leih er nyn jaglym cooidjagh huggey Bible; mooarane sleih: with horsemen, and companies, and much people - lesh markee, as sheshaghtyn-caggee, as mooarane sleih Bible; ymmodee dy leih: and much people followed him - as deiyr ymmodee dy leih Bible; shiartanse mooar dy leih

stall bwaane: and the calves out of the midst of the stall - as ny lheiyee ass ny bwaneyn Bible; manjoor: And Solomon had four thousand stalls for horses - As va ec Solomon kiare thousane manjoor son cabbil Bible; coayl bieauid, cur 'sy stholl, scuirr; stholl; sthollal

contoyrtagh adventurer; adventurous; critical, insecure, unsafe: Y markiagh-cabbil va feddynit ny lhie gyn mioyr er Raad Jourby moghrey Jedoonee, t'eh, ny t'ee, foast ayns stayd contoyrtagh sy thie-lheihys. BS

cooneyderyn assistants: va ny guillyn-cabbil echey jannoo obbyr cooneyderyn lesh kippyn; va saggyrt y valley yn jeirkeydagh mooar echey. CnyO

jeirkeydagh almoner, alms-giver: va ny guillyn-cabbil echey jannoo obbyr cooneyderyn lesh kippyn; va saggyrt y valley yn jeirkeydagh mooar echey. CnyO

leaystey 1 bank, boggle, brandish, dangle, fluctuate, heel, hesitate, loll, oscillate, rock, roll, see-saw, sway, swerve, swing, swing back, vacillate, waddle a: Caid ta shiu leaystey eddyr daa chredjue? Bible; 2 balancing, fluctuating, hesitating, lolling, reeling, rocking, swinging, swaying, vacillating, waddling, wavering; 3 (of hand) wave; 4 (of fixture) waver; 5 fluctuation, hesitation, oscillation, vacillation; 6 decline: cha jean oo leaystey veihn vriwnys oc, gys y laue yesh ny gys y laue chiare Bible; 7 reel, stagger: teh cur orroo dy leaystey myr dooinney meshtal. Bible; 8 tossed: fardalys leaystey noon as noal mâroosyn ta geiyrt er toyrt-mow Bible; 9 stumble: tad mollit ayns ashlish, tad leaystey ayns briwnys Bible; 10 jumping: sheean freaney ny queeylyn, as lheimyraght ny cabbil, as leaystey ny fainee. Bible; 11 unstable

lhiassaghey da ascribe: cur fys huggey dy vow eh cabbil mie er son dagh unnane va millit, as marish shen, myr lhiassaghey da, yiow eh slat argid cho chiu as e vair veg, as cho liauyr as eh-hene, as moggaid airhey cho lhean as e eddin. Coraa; (assert) charge

moggaid (f.) cover, plate: cabbil mie er son dagh unnane va millit, as marish shen, myr lhiassaghey da, yiow eh slat argid cho chiu as e vair veg, as cho liauyr as eh-hene, as moggaid airhey cho lhean as e eddin. Coraa; flat half of scallop

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