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cat (n.) kayt: What do you get of the cat but the skin? - Cre yiow jeh'n chayt agh y crackan? JJK idiom; screeberagh, screeberey


Inexact matches:

cat burglar (n.) gaddee drappal, maarliagh drappal

cat food (n.) bee-kayt

cat litter (n.) stoo-premmee kayt

leopard cat (n.) lepard-chayt

Manx cat (n.) kayt cuttagh, kayt Manninagh, stubbin

old cat (n.) shenn chayt

rumpy cat (n.) stubbin

ship's cat (n.) kayt lhuingey

tabby cat (n.) kayt breck

tiger cat (n.) kayt feie

tortoise-shell cat (n.) kayt breck

wild cat (n.) kayt ny keylley, kayt oaldey

Hill of the Cat (n.) Cronk y Chiyt

Nook of the Cat (n.) Cooil ny Chatt

Rock of the Cat (n.) Carrick y Chiyt

kayt breck tabby cat, tortoise-shell cat

stubbin Manx cat, rumpy cat: Ta Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin shirrey stubbin. BS

bee-kayt cat food

gaddee drappal cat burglar

kayt cuttagh Manx cat

kayt feie tiger cat

kayt lhuingey ship's cat

kayt Manninagh Manx cat

kayt oaldey wild cat

lepard-chayt leopard cat

maarliagh drappal cat burglar

screeberagh cat

screeberey cat

stoo-premmee kayt cat litter

cat-footed cass-eddrym

cat-ice rio bleaystagh

cat-o'-nine-tails (n.) kipp nuy arbyllagh

cass-eddrym (f.) cat-footed

kayt ny keylley wild cat

kipp nuy arbyllagh (f.) cat-o'-nine-tails

rio bleaystagh cat-ice

shenn chayt grimalkin, old cat

Carrick y Chiyt Rock of the Cat

Cooil ny Chatt Nook of the Cat

Cronk y Chiyt Hill of the Cat

kayt (=Ir. cat) (f.) pl. kiyt cat, feline, puss: Ta sooillyn keyl echey gollrish kayt. DF

claws (npl.) ingnyn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

drew (v.) hayrn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

lash cur da: I'd like to lash your cat but I dare not - By vie lhiam cur da'n chayt ayd agh cha bloys dou. DF idiom; custhey; scelp; scelpaghey; scuitch; scuitchal; scuitchey; slashal; slashey; yeeal; yeealley

stroke (n.) builley, chingys, polt, scrabage, stroak, struge, tarnoal, war; (v.) stroogey; stroog, strooge: Stroke the cat backwards - Stroog y kayt noi'n fynney. DF idiom

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

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

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