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cadjin (=Ir. caighdeán) colloquial, common, commonplace, general, lowbrow, normal, ordinary, popular, standard, unexceptional, universal: cha jean shiu monney erbee dy obbyr cadjin Bible; familiar


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argid cadjin (money) currency

ayrn cadjin ordinary share

barel cadjin prevailing opinion

bee cadjin plain food

cliaghtey cadjin admitted custom, general practice

corrillagh cadjin vulgar fraction

cullee cadjin (f.) plain clothes

dy cadjin commonly, popularly, usually: ta'n raa shoh dy cadjin er ny insh magh Bible

eaddagh cadjin mufti: Hed ny h-offishearyn eaddagh cadjin er traenal liorish meoiryn-shee Lunnin. BS; undress

ennym cadjin common noun

erreyder cadjin common carrier

etlagh cadjin milk run

fassaghey cadjin commonage

feaysley cadjin amnesty

feeaghyn cadjin general expenses

feyshtyn cadjin frequently asked questions

firrynys cadjin maxim

foayr cadjin popularity

gant cadjin common tern

jannoo cadjin vulgarise, vulgarize

kiarailyn cadjin general provisions

mooadys cadjin stock size

obbyr cadjin (f.) servile work: cha jean shiu monney erbee dy obbyr cadjin. Bible

pobble cadjin commons

raa cadjin 1 adage, cliché, colloquialism, common saying, popular saying a: Son dy vel shiu jannoo raa cadjin jeh'n ockle shoh Bible; 2 (saying) tag

ronney cadjin ordinary share

sidoor cadjin ranker

sidooryn cadjin rank and file

traa cadjin common time

cooney cadjin argidoil benefits; benefit payments

cooney cadjin argidoil son paitçhyn child benefit

fer lhee cadjin general practitioner

Sym-cormee yn Tasht-argid Cadjin General Fund Balance

Sheshaght Cheirdee ny h-Obbreeyn Arraghey as Obbreeyn Cadjin (f.) Transport and General Workers' Union

Slattys Kiarailyn Argidoil as Argid Cadjin Financial Provisions and Currency Act

ordinary share (n.) ayrn cadjin; ronney cadjin

common1 caitnys; grenney; theayagh; cadjin: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom

feeuid rate, worth, valuation, worthiness: Cha nel eh jeh feeuid erbee da'n sleih cadjin, goaill stiagh ny Sostnee cadjin. Carn

admitted custom (n.) cliaghtey cadjin

benefits (npl.) cooney cadjin argidoil

colloquialism (n.) cadjinys, raa cadjin

commonage (n.) fassaghey cadjin

common carrier (n.) erreyder cadjin

commonly (adv.) cadjinagh; dy cadjin: and this saying is commonly reported among the Jews - as tan raa shoh dy cadjin er ny insh magh mastey ny Hewnyn Bible

common noun (n.) ennym cadjin

commonplace (adj.) cadjin

commons (n.) (yn) chadjinaght; pobble cadjin

common saying (n.) raa cadjin

common sense (n.) creeney; keeal cadjin: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom; keeayl vayrey

common time traa cadjin

general expenses (npl.) feeaghyn cadjin

general practice cliaghtey cadjin

general provisions (npl.) kiarailyn cadjin

lowbrow (adj.) cadjin

milk run (n.) etlagh cadjin

mufti (n.) eaddagh cadjin

normal (adj.) cadjin; reilt; stundayrtagh

plain clothes (npl.) cullee cadjin

plain food (n.) bee cadjin

popularly (adv.) dy cadjin

popular saying (n.) raa cadjin

prevailing opinion barel cadjin

ranker (n.) rhenkeyr; sidoor cadjin

servile work (n.) obbyr cadjin

stock size mooadys cadjin

tag3 (n.) (saying) raa cadjin

undress1 (n.) eaddagh cadjin; (v.) rooishtey

unexceptional (adj.) cadjin, gyn loght

vulgar fraction (n.) corrillagh cadjin

benefit payments (npl.) cooney cadjin argidoil

cliché (n.) raa cadjin, shenn-raa; cleeshea

colloquial cadjin; (adj.) coloayrtyssagh; jeh'n theay

currency (n.) argid cadjin, cadjinaght; argid-roie

extrinsic (adj.) cadjin-foshlit

familiar ainjyssagh rish: He made himself familiar with Manx - Ren eh eh hene ainjyssagh rish y thalloo shoh. DF idiom; caarjoil; mooar; oayllagh rish: I am familiar with it - Ta mee oayllagh rish. DF idiom; cadjin: That is a familiar sight here in the Isle of Mann - Ta shen shilley cadjin ayns shoh ayns Mannin. DF idiom

frequently asked questions (npl.) feyshtyn cadjin

popularity (n.) ennoilid, ennoilys, foayr cadjin

rank and file (n.) sidooryn cadjin

universal cadjin; co-chadjin; tuinnaghyn; tuinneym

cadjin-foshlit extrinsic, outward

raa-cadjin proverb

child benefit (n.) cooney cadjin argidoil son paitçhyn

General Fund Balance (n.) Sym-cormee yn Tasht-argid Cadjin

general practitioner (n.) fer lhee cadjin, fer lhee obbragh

maxim (n.) firrinys, firrynys cadjin, raa keeayllagh, shenn-raa

vulgarise (v.) cadjinaghey, injillaghey, jannoo cadjin, jannoo neuellynagh

vulgarize (v.) cadjinaghey, injillaghey, jannoo cadjin, jannoo neuellynagh

adage (n.) dooyrtiman; raa cadjin; raa creeney; raa keeayllagh; shenn-raa

amnesty feaysley cadjin; jannoo maihnys er; jean maihnys er; pardooney

common tern (n.) gant, gant cadjin, gollan marrey, spyrryd; sternag chadjin

Financial Provisions and Currency Act (n.) Slattys Kiarailyn Argidoil as Argid Cadjin

popular (adj.) cadjin: Very popular error - Marranys feer chadjin. DF idiom; ennoil

Transport and General Workers' Union (n.) Sheshaght Cheirdee ny h-Obbreeyn Arraghey as Obbreeyn Cadjin

ostyllagh apostolic, apostolical: As ta mee credjal un Agglish Cadjin (Creestee) as Ostyllagh PB1765

frequent1 (adj.) mennick, trick, ymmodee; jeant dy chadjin: It is quite a frequent practice - T'eh jeant dy cadjin DF idiom; (v.) taaghey

general (n.) kionfenee: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom; general; cadjinys; (adj.) cadjin

ordinary cadjin; gagh-laa: and have diminished thine ordinary food - as er leodaghey dty veaghey gagh-laa Bible

sense ennaghtyn; keeaill; keeall; keeayle; keeal: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom

usually (adv.) dy cadjin; dy cliaghtagh: But where are they usually bought? - Agh c'raad t'ad kionnit dy-cliaghtagh? JJK idiom

Arabish (f.) Arabic: Er y list shoh, ta Arabish, Bengali, Sheenish (Cantonish as Mandarin), Gujarati, Hewnish as Punjabi, marish chengaghyn "cadjin" goll rish Frangish. Carn

cur bassag da box ears, clap, cuff, pat, slap, smack: Vrie dooinney voish Radio Vannin jeh sleih cadjin c'red v'ad coontey jeh cur bassag da paitçhyn. BS

ellynagh (=Ir. ealaíonach) artful, artificial, artistic, cultivated: T'ad kionnaghey jallooghyn, ard-chiaull, ballay as cooidyn ard-ellynagh ry-hoi soilshaghey rish yn sleih cadjin dy vel ad berchagh as er-yn-oyr shen lhisagh ad ve nyn reiltee. Carn; mannerly, mannerliness, well-bred; mannered

feie'n laa all day, through the day: Ta seshoonyn cadjin goll y chummal bunnys feie'n laa as fud ny hoie ayns y chamyr lhionney vooar. Carn

freggyrtyn answers: Va skeeal mie ec Doody as dy cadjin v'eh cur freggyrtyn mie da'n fer-oast. CJ

inshynee islanders: Agh tra ny Inshynee cadjin g'aarlaghey caggey noi NIREX as Sostyn ta ny chiarnyn thallooin arryltagh dellal roo. Carn

kirpey (gen.) of the body: Ny cowraghyn smoo cadjin, ta'd coayl ymmyd as kyrloghid ayns ayrn kirpey. Dhoor

lhionney ale; (gen.) of ale: Ta seshoonyn cadjin goll y chummal bunnys feie'n laa as fud ny hoie ayns y chamyr lhionney vooar. Carn

Loghlinagh (=Ir. Lochlannach) Scandinavian: Dy cadjin tashin sheiltyn dy row eh ny ree loghlinagh-Godred-as foddee dy row Loghlinee ayn ayns laghyn Finn. Coraa

politickeyryn politicians: Shen crout cadjin ec politickeyryn jeh gagh sorch: ny jean cur freggyrt da'n feysht ta currit dyt, agh cur freggyrt da feysht elley. Carn

Sheenish (f.) (language) Chinese: Er y list shoh, ta Arabish, Bengali, Sheenish (Cantonish as Mandarin), Gujarati, Hewnish as Punjabi, marish chengaghyn "cadjin" goll rish Frangish. Carn

early (adj., adv.) dy feer voghey, dy lheah, dy traa, leah, mogh, moghey, roish yn traa; dy moghey: I generally go to bed early - Ta mee dy-cadjin goll dy lhie dy-moghey. JJK idiom

generally (adv.) cadjinagh; dy chadjin: What time do you generally dine? - Cre'n traa ta shiu geddyn jinnair dy-cadjin? JJK idiom; dy cliaghtagh: He generally keeps good hours - T'eh dy-cliaghtagh cummal ooryn mie. JJK idiom

outward (adj., adv.) cadjin-foshlit; er y cheu mooie; magh: The outward and homeward voyages - Yn turrys magh as yn turrys dy valley. DF idiom; mooie

proverb (n.) dooyrtiman; coraa dorraghey: now speakest thou plainly, and speakest no proverb - nish tou loayrt dy foshlit, as cha vel oo loayrt coraadorraghey Bible; shenn-raa: Therefore it became a proverb - Shen-y-fa haink eh dy ve shenn-raa Bible; raa creeney; raa-dorraghey: To understand a proverb - Dy hoiggal raa-dorraghey Bible; raa floutagh: That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon - Dy jean oo goaill seose yn raa floutagh shoh noi ree Vabylon Bible; raa-cadjin: Son of man, what is that proverb that ye have in the land of Israel - Vac y dooinney, cre tan raacadjin; shennockle

standard cadjin: Standard Manx - Yn Ghaelg chadjinit. DF idiom; brastyl; bun-towshan: The gold standard - Buntowshan yn airh. DF idiom; bun-towshanagh; keim; mergey; soiechiontys; stundayrt: To come off the gold standard - Dy irree ass stundayrt yn airh. DF idiom; towshan; towshanagh

ghaa2 (ny) divers: cre ta'n raa-cadjin shen t'eu ayns cheer Israel, gra, Ta ny laghyn foddey ry-heet, as ta ashlish ny ghaa failleil? Bible

vroo See broo (dy); (to) crush: teh er humney shiartanse vooar m, dy vroo my gheiney aegey Bible; bruised: son ayns e aegid lhie ad maree, as vroo ad keeaghyn e moidynys, as ren ad maarderys cadjin r'ee. Bible; stamped: as vroo eh eh cha meein as joan Bible; wounded: as vroo ad eshyn myrgeddin Bible

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