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cass (=Ir. cos, Sc.G. cas) (f.) pl. cassyn See kass bottom, foot, leg, peg: As woaill eh ad rass as cass Bible; (of feather) barrel; (of river) meander, mouth, outlet: Cass ny hawin. DF; (of pipe) stem; (of whip) crop; handle, hilt, shaft, stalk: shegin da ve ĂȘillit lesh yiarn, as cass shleiy Bible [O.Ir. cos]


Inexact matches:

cass awiney estuary, river mouth

cass cham club foot, clubfoot

cass chirkey (f.) leg of chicken

cass chliwe (f.) sword handle

cass chubbyl (f.) rafter

cass doarnane (f.) handle

cass duillag (f.) petiole

cass essyl (f.) axleshaft

cass fannag (f.) buttercup

cass feeagh (f.) meadow crowfoot, water crowfoot

cass ghooishtee (f.) starting handle

cass guiy (f.) crow's foot

cass hoshee (f.) forefoot, foreleg

cass hunnag (f.) duck's foot, lady's mantle

cass jeelt (f.) saddlepin

cass mwaaee (f.) hare's foot clover

cass ogheragh cannon

cass olley (f.) old wool on sheep

cass pensyl (f.) pencil-arm

cass phenney (f.) pen-holder

cass phump (f.) pump handle

cass rooisht (=Ir. cos-ruisg) barefoot, bootless; unshod

cass shleiy (f.) pikestaff, spear shaft

cass skeaban (f.) broom handle

cass stiagh turn in

Cass Strooan Foot of the Stream, Stream End

cass tidee (f.) tidal mouth

cass ushag (f.) fenugreek

cass vaidjagh (f.) timber-toes

cass vaidjey (f.) pegleg, wooden-handled, wooden leg, wooden foot

cass volkit (f.) trench foot

cass yerree (f.) hindfoot

Clee cass-jee (impv) Left wheel

gard cass footguard

sniem cass-cheyrragh (f.) sheepshank

as cass er (as glass) stemmed

Cass Buigh Connee Yellow Gorse End

cass er bolg victimization

Cass ny Hawin Riverfoot

Cass ny h'Awin Foot of the River

Cass ny Moainee End of the Turbary

cass ny trieaneyn er-ash back pedal

Cass y Foawr Giant's Foot

Cass y Mwyllin Foot of the Mill

Cass yn Dreeym Foot of the Ridge

cass y raa (f.) object of sentence

cur cass ayn haft

grunt ny cass sole

mwannal ny cass ankle

Skeayll ort rass as cass (intj) Curse you

troosyn cass lhean bell-bottoms

handle1 cass, cass doarnane, loaghtee; cleaysh; doarnane; illish; shout; holt; loaght; (v.) freayll rick er, obbraghey, stiurey

unshod (adj.) gyn braag, gyn crou; cass rooisht: The man was unshod - Va'n dooinney cass rooisht. DF idiom

ankle (n.) abane: He gave his ankle a wrench - Cass eh yn abane echey. DF idiom; abbane, abaneagh, mwannal ny cass

axleshaft (n.) cass essyl

barrel2 (n.) (of feather) cass

bell-bottoms (n.) troosyn cass lhean

clubfoot (n.) cass cham, spaag

crop2 (n.) (of whip) cass

crow's foot (n.) cass guiy

footguard (n.) gard cass

hilt (n.) cass, doarnane; hilt

hindfoot (n.) cass yerree

mouth2 (n.) (of river) cass; clabbag

outlet (n.) beeal, cass, kessagh

pegleg (n.) cass vaidjey

pencil-arm (n.) cass pensyl

pen-holder (n.) cass phenney

petiole (n.) cass duillag

pikestaff (n.) cass shleiy

pump handle (n.) cass phump

rafter (n.) caabyr; cass chubbyl

Riverfoot (n.) Cass ny Hawin

saddlepin (n.) cass jeelt

spear shaft (n.) cass shleiy

starting handle (n.) cass ghooishtee

stem2 (n.) (of pipe) cass

stemmed2 (as glass) as cass er

Stream End (n.) Cass Strooan

timber-toes (npl.) cass vaidjagh

trench foot (n.) cass volkit

turn in cass stiagh

water crowfoot (n.) cass feeagh

wooden foot (n.) cass vaidjey

wooden-handled cass vaidjey

wooden leg (n.) cass vaidjey

bell-bottomed (adj.) cass-lhean

bootless (adj.) cass rooisht, gyn bootsyn

buttercup (n.) cass fannag, farvane, spoag

cat-footed cass-eddrym

club foot (n.) cass cham, spaag

fenugreek (n.) cass ushag, undaagagh ghreagagh

foot1 bun: At the foot of the table - Ec bun y voayrd. DF idiom; cass: He couldn't stir a foot - Cha dod eh gleashagh cass. DF idiom; (n.) kass; trie: Three foot long - Tree trie er lhiurid. DF idiom; (v.) goll er chosh; cosh

forefoot (n.) cass hoshee, crub hoshee

Giant's Foot (n.) Cass y Foawr

hare's foot clover (n.) cass mwaaee

horn-handled cass-eairkagh

Left wheel (impv) Clee cass-jee

leg of chicken (n.) cass chirkey

long-stemmed cass-liauyr; do

net buoy (n.) cass-vollag

pirouette cass-rinkey; cassey rink

reins (npl.) aarey, aaraghyn; cass-streeaney

savate (n.) cass-ghoarneilys

sheepshank (n.) sniem cass-cheyrragh

sword handle (n.) cass chliwe, doarn

tongue twister (n.) cass-ockle

web-footed (adj.) cass-scammylagh

web-toed (adj.) cass-scammylagh

cass-cheim tread

cass-eairkagh (f.) horn-handled

cass-eddrym (f.) cat-footed

cass-ghoarneilys savate

cass-lhean bell-bottomed

cass-lhoobagh curled

cass-liauyr long-stemmed

cass-ockle tongue twister

cass-rinkey pirouette

cass-scammylagh web-footed, web-toed

cass-streeaney (f.) rein, reins

cass-vollag (f.) net buoy, two buoys on net

cass-vooinjer camp followers

back pedal (v.) cass ny trieaneyn er-ash

barefoot (adj., adv.) cass rooisht; lhome coshagh; cosheyrooisht

broom handle (n.) cass skeaban, maidjey skeab

camp followers (npl.) cass-vooinjer; mraane camp

duck's foot (n.) cass hunnag, lus y nieu

End of the Turbary (n.) Cass ny Moainee

estuary (n.) beeal awiney; cass awiney; inver; mooiragh

Foot of the Mill (n.) Cass y Mwyllin

Foot of the Ridge (n.) Cass yn Dreeym

Foot of the River (n.) Cass ny h'Awin

Foot of the Stream (n.) Cass Strooan

foreleg (n.) cass hoshee, laue, lurgey toshee

lady's mantle (n.) cappan y druight, cass hunnag

meadow crowfoot (n.) cass feeagh, spaag feeagh, spoag feeagh

meander (n.) cass, lhoob; ammyr-chassee, strooan-chassee; (v.) lhoobey, cassey

object of sentence (n.) cass y raa

old wool on sheep (n.) cass olley

river mouth (n.) aber, beeal awiney, cass awiney, inver

tidal mouth (n.) beeal tidee, cass tidee

two buoys on net (n.) cass-vollag

victimization (n.) ansmaght; cass er bolg; lhiettrimys; ouralley; reih-cherraghey

Yellow Gorse End (n.) Cass Buigh Connee

cannon aaventyn, aavuilley; cartharnee; cass ogheragh; (npl.) beealraghyn runt; (to); (dy) woalley noi; (n.) gunn mooar; gunney-mooar

Curse you (intj) Nara noain dhyt; Skeayll ort rass as cass

stalk cass; eiyrt er; gass; keimnaghey roish; stolkey; stalk; cuishag

curled cass-lhoobagh; trooaragh: Her hair is thickly curled - Ta'n folt eck trooaragh. DF idiom

haft (n.) (v.) cur cass ayn, cur doarnane ayn; (n.) dhornane, doarnane; hilt: And the haft also went in after the blade - As hie yn hilt myrgeddin stiagh marish y vlod Bible

leg1 (n.) cass: Small of the leg - Mwannal y chass. DF idiom; lurgagh; lurgey: My leg is all black and blue - Ta my lurgey ooilley condoo. DF idiom

peg cass; dhull; kibbin; ogher; pinn; pinney; sheaym; keim: He took him down a peg or two - Hug eh keim sheese ny ghaa eh. DF idiom

shaft cass; lauraghan; lhoo; rollian; side; slogh; towl: Hoisting shaft - Towl troggee. DF idiom

sole (n.) bun, bun ny coshey, cree ny coshey, grunt, grunt ny cass, trie; (v.) cur bun noa er, cur trie noa er; (n.) liebage, liehbage, liebage chiare, liehbaig; (adj.) un, ynrican

steady beayn; jeenys; jeenysal: Steady a table leg - Cass buird y yeenysal. DF idiom; jeenysey; kinjagh; rea; shickyr: Steady your hand! - Cum dty laue shickyr! DF idiom

ass ynnyd misplaced, out of place, out of joint: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neufirrinagh dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

Baarool Barrule: v'eh er ny chleayney liorish ny preachooryn Saasilagh, as cheayll eh John Wesley eh-hene preacheil er cleigh ec cass slieau Baarool Dhoor

bussal kerchief, pocket handkerchief: As haink eshyn va marroo magh soillit cass as laue ayns aanrityn oanluckee: as bussal mysh e eddin. Bible

dewil barbarous, cold-blooded, cruel, inclement, savage, severe: woaill eh ad rass as cass, lesh cragh dewil Bible

heaghyn (dy) of trouble: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

hreishteil (dy); (to) trust: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

jummalit squandered, wasted: S'treih lhiam gra nagh row traa ny smoo ceaut ayms ayns Cregneash geaishtagh rish, as traa ny sloo ceaut ayms er y vagher bluggan cass, as jummalit er fardailysyn elley. MB

neufirrinagh affected, fictitious, insincere, perfidious, unfaithful, untrue, untruthful: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney ta neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht as cass ass ynnyd. EF

oie'll (f.) eve, vigil: Ayns y thie ain dagh Oie'll Voirrey yinnagh shin croghey oashyryn liauyr ec cass nyn lhiabbee ayns jerkallys as treisht! JG

Oie'll Voirrey (f.) Christmas Eve, midnight mass: Ayns y thie ain dagh Oie'll Voirrey yinnagh shin croghey oashyryn liauyr ec cass nyn lhiabbee ayns jerkallys as treisht! JG

soillit bound: haink eshyn va marroo magh soillit cass as laue ayns aanrityn oanluckee Bible

treinit hobnailed; nailed: Jeeagh kys t'eh treinit cass as laue, Saualtagh seihll peccoil LH

bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

rein (n.) cass-streeaney, raigh, yeeal streeaney; streean: To rein up a horse - Dy chur er cabbyl dy hassoo liorish yn streean. DF idiom; (v.) streeaney

tread1 cass-cheim; cur y chass er; keimnaghey; shooyl: To tread in the steps of - Dy hooyl ayns braagyn. DF idiom; sthampey

er coontey shen on that score: Ec y traa va mee cloie bluggan cass rish sheshaght 'Ny shen ghuillyn' ec keayrtyn er fastyr Jerdein (va shen y lieh laa feailley 'sy chiaghtyn) as er coontey shen cha row mish seyr dy hroailt dys Cregneash dy chooilley fastyr Jerdein. MB

mettey boneless, faint-hearted, shaky, supine, weak-minded, yellow: cha bee oo ny smoo enmyssit seyr as mettey Bible; delicate, prim, soft, tender: Yn ven seyr as mettey ny mast' eu nagh jinnagh e cass y choyrt er y laare son moyrn as mettey-ys Bible; frivolous

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