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caggee gladiatorial, of battle, of war, battle: ooilley ny deiney niartal caggee Bible

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aash caggee (f.) armistice

bayrn caggee helmet: va echey bayrn-caggee dy phrash er e chione, Bible; steel helmet

boallaghyn caggee battlements

builley caggee war fever

cabbyl caggee charger, war horse: Cha row eh goaill tayrn dy mennick agh heill mee dy beagh "Cabbyl Caggee" tombaghey cooie er e hon. MB

cappagh caggee prisoner of war

carnane caggee rampart: As nee'm campal dt'oï ooilley mygeayrt, as cruinnaghey stiagh oo lesh carnane-caggee Bible

carr caggee march, military air

chiarn caggee war lord

cloie caggee war game

cochaarjys caggee military alliance

conaant caggee military pact

coscreeuder caggee war correspondent

croutyn caggee (f.) tactics

cumraag caggee brother-in-arms

daah caggee war paint

daunse caggee war dance

dooinney caggee fighting man, man at arms: As va'n dooinney Jeroboam ny reih dooinney caggee Bible

eaddagh caggee battle dress, war kit

eam caggee war cry: t'eh soaral y chaggey veih foddey, taarnagh ny captanyn, as yn eam caggee. Bible

edd caggee tin hat

ennym caggee nom de guerre

etlan caggee fighter, military aircraft, warplane

fainagh caggee armoured vehicle

fer caggee warrior

flod caggee naval armada; armada

foddyr caggee cannon fodder

forseyn caggee fighting forces

gamman caggee war game

gas caggee poison gas

gerrym caggee battle cry, call up, war cry

greeseyder caggee warmonger

greeshagh caggee warmongering

greie caggee weapon: Cha nel cliwe ayns y laue echey ny greie caggee elley, agh ta niart mooar cheet veih ny laueyn echey. Dhoor

greienyn caggee war equipment: ga v'ad wheesh broojit, foast veih haink ad bio; agh plooghit fo va saase y taarnagh mollee nyn eillaghyn as slane nyn greienyn caggee. PC

jeshaghtys caggee military decoration

kellagh caggee fighting cock, gamecock

larm caggee (to arms) beating: 8 As hig eh gy-kione ayns y laa shen dy der y Chiarn magh larm caggee son y veishteig ta ayns yn ard sodjey-magh jeh awin Egypt, as son y chellan ta ayns cheer Assyria Bible

lhong caggee (f.) warship

Magher Caggee Battle Field

magher caggee battlefield: Ta magher-chaggee, yn boayl dy phrowal foays yn chliwe. EF

marrinagh caggee blue-jacket, serviceman in the navy

Merriu caggee (Ny); (The) Fallen

monney caggee war cloud

oardyr caggee battle order

peeikearys caggee military intelligence

preaban caggee amphitheatre

pryssoonagh caggee prisoner of war

rea caggee battering ram

scuirr caggee truce: hooar ad magh nagh row ram sleih ayns shid toiggal dy noddagh caghlaa mooar cheet ayns Nerin ooilley kyndagh rish y scuirr caggee. Carn

sheshaghtyn caggee troops: As haink eh gy-kione er yn eer laa cheddin, dy dug y Chiarn lesh cloan Israel magh ass cheer Egypt, liorish nyn sheshaghtyn caggee. Bible

sheshey caggee comrade

shirveish caggee (f.) war service

sniengan caggee soldier ant

stoo caggee munitions, war material

traa caggee wartime: Feiy'n traa caggee. DF

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

tushtey caggee military tactics

ynnydyn caggee action stations: Skimmee gys ynnydyn caggee! Dhoor

Bing Freayltys Cooinaghtaneyn Caggee Preservation of War Memorials Committee

brisheyder scuirr caggee truce breaker

chiarn y lhuingys caggee sea lord

purt lhuingys caggee (f.) naval port

sheshaght dy gheiney-caggee troop

skeaylley gas caggee gas

thie-tashtee ny greinyn-caggee armoury: myr t'ou goll seose lesh thie-tashtee ny greinyn-caggee, ec corneil y voalley. Bible

prisoner of war (n.) cappagh caggee, pryssoonagh caggee

war cry (n.) gerr chah, eam caggee, gerrym caggee

war game (n.) cloie caggee; gamman caggee

cooat-caggee (=Ir. cota-cogaigh) coat of mail: hug eh er myrgeddin cooat-caggee

of battle (gen.) caggee: A sound of battle is in the land - Ta tharmane caggeesy cheer Bible

teigh-caggee (f.) bill, tomahawk, battle axe: T'ou uss y teigh-caggee aym's Bible

toor-caggee fort: dy cheau seose carnane, as dy hroggal toor-caggee Bible

action stations (npl.) ynnydyn caggee

amphitheatre (n.) preaban caggee

armoured vehicle (n.) fainagh caggee

battle cry (n.) gerrym caggee

battlefield (n.) magher caggee

battlements (npl.) boallaghyn caggee

beating4 (to arms) larm caggee

blue-jacket (n.) marrinagh caggee

brother-in-arms (n.) cumraag caggee

comrade (n.) cumraag, sheshey caggee

Fallen (npl.) (The); (Ny) Merriu caggee

fighting cock (n.) kellagh caggee

fighting forces (npl.) forseyn caggee

fighting man (n.) dooinney caggee

gamecock (n.) kellagh caggee

gladiatorial (adj.) caggee; caggeydagh

military air (n.) carr caggee

military aircraft (n.) etlan caggee

military decoration (n.) jeshaghtys caggee

military intelligence (n.) peeikearys caggee

military pact (n.) conaant caggee

military tactics (n.) tushtey caggee

naval armada (n.) flod caggee

of war (gen.) caggee: On the verge of war - Er broogh caggee. DF idiom; chaggee: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom

steel helmet (n.) bayrn caggee

tactics (npl.) barteeaght; croutyn caggee

tin hat (n.) edd caggee

troops (npl.) sheshaghtyn caggee: he will invade them with his troops - hig eh stiagh orroo lesh e heshaghtyn caggee Bible; sidooryn; troopyn: Now gather thyself in troops - Nish chaggle oo hene ayns troopyn Bible

truce (n.) scuirr caggee

war cloud (n.) monney caggee

war correspondent (n.) coscreeuder caggee

war dance (n.) daunse caggee

war equipment (npl.) greienyn caggee

war fever (n.) builley caggee

war horse (n.) cabbyl caggee

war kit (n.) eaddagh caggee

war lord (n.) chiarn caggee

war memorial (n.) cooinaghtane caggee

warmonger (n.) greeseyder caggee

warmongering (n.) greeshagh caggee

war paint (n.) daah caggee

warplane (n.) etlan caggee

warrior (n.) fer caggee

war service (n.) shirveish caggee

warship (n.) lhong caggee

wartime (n.) traa caggee

deiney-caggee men of war: lhig da ooilley ny deiney-caggee tayrn er-gerrey Bible; warriors

sheshaghtyn-caggee armies: As v'ec mac Saul daa ghooinney va captanyn er sheshaghtyn-caggee Bible

ammunition (n.) tashtey-caggee

armada2 (n.) (naval) lhuingys vooar, flod caggee

armistice (n.) aash caggee, farkaght chaggee

array coamraghey; oardagh; straneys; order-caggee: and put themselves in array at Baaltamar as hug ad ad-hene ayns order-caggee ec Baal-tamar Bible

artillery (n.) gunnaghyn, gunnaghyn-caggee

battle axe (n.) teigh-caggee: Thou art my battle axe and weapons of war - Tou uss yn teigh-caggee ayms Bible

battle dress (n.) coamrey-caggee, eaddagh caggee

impedimenta of war (npl.) eillaghyn-caggee

man at arms (n.) dooinney caggee

men of war (npl.) deiney-caggee: And the booty, being the rest of the prey which the men of war had caught - As y spooilley, ta shen, yn chooid elley jehn chragh va ny deiney-caggee er ghoaill Bible; sidooryn: And Eleazar the priest said unto the men of war which went to the battle - As dooyrt Eleazar y saggyrt rish ny sidooryn hie gys y chaggey Bible; treanee caggee: with mighty men, and with all men of war - lesh deiney niartal, as lesh ooilley ny treanee caggee Bible

munitions (n.) cooid chaggee; stoo caggee

naval port (n.) purt lhuingys caggee

nom de guerre (n.) ennym caggee

panoply (n.) eillaghyn-caggee

ramparts (n.) carnaneyn-caggee

tomahawk (n.) teigh caggee, teiy; teigh-caggee

truce breaker (n.) brisheyder scuirr caggee

warriors (npl.) fir-chaggee; deiney-caggee: an hundred and fourscore thousand chosen men, which were warriors - keead as kiare-feed thousane reih deiney-caggee

carnaneyn-caggee ramparts: cha jean ad soiaghey scansh jeh ynnyd lajer erbee, son nee ad tilgey seose carnaneyn-caggee as goaill eh. Bible

coamrey-caggee battle dress: Agh hed dty harvaantyn harrish, dagh dooinney ayns coamrey-caggee, fenish y Chiarn gys y vagher-caggee, myr ta my hiarn dy ghra. Bible

eillaghyn-caggee arms, impedimenta of war, panoply

gunnaghyn-caggee artillery

order-caggee battle order: Cren feme ta rish ooilley ynvea shoh, shiu dy heet magh ayns order-caggee? Bible; array

tashtey-caggee ammunition

troop-caggee troop

battering ram (n.) greie bwoailtagh, rea caggee

Battle Field (n.) Magher y Chaggee, Magher Caggee

battle order (n.) oardyr caggee, order-caggee; reaghys chaggee

call up gerrym caggee; yllagh gys shirveish

coat of mail (n.) cooat-caggee; cullee chaggee

fighter (n.) caggeyder, co-streeuder, etlan caggee, etlan troddanagh

military alliance (n.) co-chaggeeaght, cochaarjys caggee, cochaggeeaght

poison gas (n.) gas caggee; gas pyshoonagh

rampart (n.) arragh, carnane, carnane caggee, doon-voalley, glassag

sea lord (n.) chiarn y lhuingys caggee

serviceman in the navy (n.) marrinagh caggee

soldier ant (n.) sniengan caggee; sniengan sidooragh

troop1 (v.) cruinnaghey; (n.) troop: And Leah said, A troop cometh - As dooyrt Leah, Ta troop jeu cheet Bible; sheshaght-chaggee: a troop shall overcome him - nee sheshaghtchaggee Bible; sheshaght dy gheiney-caggee; sheshaght: and the troop of the Philistines pitched in the valley of Rephaim - as ren sheshaght ny Philistinee campal ayns coan Rephaim Bible; troop-caggee: when thou shalt bring a troop suddenly upon them - tra ver oo lhiat troop-caggee doaltattym orroo Bible

war material (n.) cullee chaggee, stoo caggee

weapon (n.) arm, wapin, wappin; greie caggee

cannon fodder (n.) bee ny gunnyn mooarey, foddyr caggee, foddyr gunn

helmet (n.) bayrn caggee, bayrn coadee, claigaid, sallet, helmet; eilley-ching

Preservation of War Memorials Committee (n.) Bing Freayltys Cooinaghtaneyn Caggee

armit armoured, armed: shey cheead deiney-caggee armit. Bible

chaglee shall assemble: chaglee ad earroo dy heshaghtyn mooarey caggee Bible

leeideil magh lead out: ren Joab leeideil magh ny reih deiney caggee Bible

shytternee neigh: va'n slane cheer er-creau ec sheean shytternee e chabbil caggee Bible

battle (n.) caggey: The battle was drawn - She caggey gyn barriaght v'ayn. DF idiom; cah: The battle wasn't decisive - Cha row yn cah reaghyssagh. JJK idiom; (gen.) caggee

bill1 (v.) cur billey gys, cur coontey gys; festal fogrey; fograghey; fogrey; gobbaghey; rheynn; (n.) speiy; teigh-caggee

charger (n.) cabbyl caggee; lughteyder lectragh; claare: Give me here John Baptist's head in a charger - Cur dou ayns shoh kione Ean Bashtey er claare Bible

gas (n.) gas: In our house we have electric and gas fires - Ayns y thie ainyn ta aileyn gas as electragh ain. JJK idiom; (v.) cur gas da, gassaghey, mooghey lesh gas, skeaylley gas caggee

joints (npl.) juntyn: between the joints of the harness - eddyr juntyn yn êilley-caggee Bible; collee

march carr caggee; cosheeaght: To march along - Dy chosheeaght er oaie. DF idiom; troagyraght; march; (v.) co-hooyl; marchal: the Egyptians marched after them - va ny Egyptianee marchal er nyn eiyrts Bible

material eaddagh: Good wearing material - Eaddagh dy vel ceau mie ayn. DF idiom; stoo: War material - Stoo caggee. DF idiom; jannooys; (adj.) corporagh, nheeagh, rieugh, seihltagh

atchimyn terrors: ta atchimyn Yee soiaghey ad-hene ayns order-caggee m. Bible

bolg-side (=Ir. bolgan-saghaid) quiver: Tan bolg-side feiyral n, yn shleiy sollys as yn eilley-caggee Bible

buckleryn bucklers: loshtee ad ny greinyn-caggee, chammah ny scapeyn, as ny buckleryn, ny bowghyn as ny sideyn Bible

builg bellies: T'eh roie er e wannal, eer er builg lajer e eilley-caggee. Bible

Chellan (f.) (Yn) Apis: As hig eh gy-kione ayns y laa shen dy der y Chiarn magh larm caggee son y veishteig ta ayns yn ard sodjey-magh jeh awin Egypt, as son y chellan ta ayns cheer Assyria Bible

dew beiyht fatted bullocks: Ta ny deiney-caggee failt ecksh neesht cheu-sthie jee myr dew beiyht Bible

ec y vun-laa at noon: as lhig da yn eam caggee y chlashtyn 'sy voghrey, as yn yllaghey ec y vun-laa Bible

eilley chaggee (f.) armour: ren David e chliwe y chryssey gys e eilley-caggee Bible

feroil manful, manly, mannish, virile: agh ta Andreays ayns ny Aghtyn as Scriptyryn freayll seose aghtyn bea nagh vel corrym rish cooishyn caggee as feroil. Dhoor

Jehovah Jehovah: Ta'n Chiarn yn ard er-caggee; Jehovah yn ennym echey Bible

juntyn joints: as woaill eh ree Israel eddyr juntyn yn êilley-caggee Bible

laaoil (=Ir. laethúil) daily, diurnal, everyday, workaday: va pooar-caggee er ny choyrt da noi yn oural-laaoil Bible

mayrt's with you: Ta'n Chiarn mayrt's, uss ghooinney niartal-caggee. Bible

scapeyn shields: As ren Uzziah ooilleyn cheshaght-chaggee y yannoo magh lesh scapeyn, as shleiyghyn, as baarnyn-caggee Bible

shenndeeagh ancient; historical: Nurree, doardee yn Undinys aaronsey shenndeeagh mychione ny troggalyn-caggee er as mygeayrt magher-etlee Jourby. BS

sheshaght chaggee (f.) pl. sheshaghtyn-caggee army, cohort, host: scugh-ym foddey veue sheshaght-caggee yn twoaie Bible

shleiyghyn spears: shlieu jee nyn shleiyghyn, as cur-jee erriu ny cooatyn-caggee Bible

treishteil ayn confide, trust in: t'eh myr eilley-caggee dauesyn ooilley ta treishteil ayn. Bible

troop (pl -yn) troop: tra ver oo lhiat troop-caggee doaltattym orroo Bible

armies (npl.) armeeyn: As soon as war was declared, both armies began to move - Cha leah's va caggey er ny hoilshaghey magh, ghow yn daa armee toshiaght dy ghleashagh. JJK idiom; sheshaghtyn-caggee

armour (v.) armal, plaaitail; (n.) eilley: he taketh from him all his armour wherein he trusted - teh goaill veih ooilley e eilley, huggey veh treishteil Bible; eilley chaggee: all of them clothed with all sorts of armour - ooilley coamrit ayns dy chooilley cheint dy eilley-caggee Bible; ejy

armoury (n.) armlann; thie armyn: Thy neck is like the tower of David builded for an armouryarmoury - Ta dty wannal goll-rish toor Ghavid troggit son thie armyn Bible; thie-tashtee ny greinyn-caggee


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