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ceau (=Ir. caith, caitheamh) carry, consume, dart, fall, hang, last, loose, pass, rake, run out, upbraid, waste; weather, shower, rain; aim, launch, shy, shoot; cast, throw: Dy chooilley lhiannoo-mac hig son y theihll nee shiu ceau 'syn awin Bible; bear, wear: nee Aaron ceau yn breast-plate dy vriwnys erskyn e chree Bible; hurl: Agh my teh tuittym er trooid goanlys, ny ceau red erbee er, liorish lhie cooyl-chlea Bible; yield: Lhig dan thalloo gymmyrkey faiyr, yn losserey ceau rass Bible; lay out, spend, spending; (on road) corner; raining: Agh te dorraghey nish, as te ceau trome foast. Coraa


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ceau argid disburse, pay out: Dinsh Britaanagh dou dy vel y reiltys Frangagh ceau argid fy yerrey dy haraghey ny raaidyn sy Vritaan Carn

ceau bleaystanyn mortar

ceau ceabbyn sod

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

ceau drilleenyn coruscate, sparking

ceau drilleeyn scintillate, sparkle

ceau emshir recreation

ceau er pelt

ceau ergooyl throw back

ceau erskyn overshoot

ceau ersooyl discard, dispose, throw away: Dy vod prowal nyn gredjue ta foddey s'costal na airh ta ceau ersooyl, ga er ny hrial lesh aile, ve er ny gheddyn gys moylley, as ooashley, as gloyr ec cheet Yeesey Creest: Bible

ceau fliaghee shower of rain

ceau fliaghey rain: T'eh ceau fliaghey dy kiart nish. DF

ceau fliugh-niaghtee sleet

ceau floutyn taunt

ceau focklyn bandy

ceau giense feast

ceau harrish overturn: Ta plan ynnydagh Sulby 'breinnit' as lhisagh eh goll er ceau harrish, coardail rish Arthur Radcliffe. BS; tip over, upset

ceau jaagh reek

ceau jeesley dice

ceau jeh abdicate, lay aside, leave off, pull off, throw off: Cha vel veg yn aggle ayns graih; agh ta graih firrinagh ceau jeh aggle; son raad ta aggle ta torchagh: eshyn ta fo aggle, cha vel eh firrinagh ayns graih. Bible; cast off

ceau mactullagh re-echo

ceau magh dismiss, eject, evict, jettison, throw out: T'eh ceau magh e rio ayns peeshyn mynney Bible

ceau mygeayrt chuck about, throw about

ceau neese chuck up, fling up

ceau neose fling down, throw down; puke

ceau niaghtee snowfall

ceau pingyn pitch-and-toss

ceau rour overspend

ceau saveeney drowse

ceau seose throw up, totalise, totalize, tot up: trog toor noi eck, as ceau seose carnane noi eck Bible

ceau sheese depress, throw down: Gow dty lorg, as ceau sheese eh fenish Pharaoh Bible

ceau shelley expectorate, salivate, spit: My heidys oo er y smarage, nee eh lossey; ceau shelley er, as bee eh er ny vooghey Apoc

ceau skearee spat

ceau sniaghtee fall of snow, snow flurry, snowstorm

ceau sniaghtey snow: Veagh eh cha mie ceau sniaghtey er yn aile. DF

ceau stiagh cast in, interject, throw in: Ceau stiagh dty chronney ny mast' ain Bible

ceau traa diversion, hobby: V'eh yn ceau traa echey. DF

ceau voish fling away, throw away

ceau voteyn poll

eaddagh ceau wearing clothes

gyn ceau unexpired

ceau anghoo er discredit

ceau as rubbal wear and tear

ceau bluckan sniaghtee snowball

ceau bun ry-skyn upset

ceau carr ass grind

ceau ceabbey er clod

ceau cloagey er cloak

ceau dy skeayltagh lavish, lavishing

ceau er ash cast back, fling back, throw back

ceau flout er taunt

ceau floutyn er taunt

ceau gys y gheay lay to

ceau harrish boayrd jettison

ceau lesh gollage pitchfork

ceau lieen er net

ceau magh aker stream

ceau neose er deprecate, malign

ceau neu-hastey da ignore

ceau ny share na outwear

ceau ny sodjey na outwear

ceau ourys er challenge, impeach, impugn, impugnment: Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF

ceau ry cheilley throw together

ceau ry lhiattee throw aside

ceau scaa er blight, overshadow

ceau scadoo er adumbrate; (happiness) alloy

ceau scadoo harrish overshadow

ceau shenn raaghyn follym platitudinize

ceau shilley bieau er glance

ceau sniaghtee garroo hailstorm

ceau sniaghtey garroo hail

ceau soilshey er elucidate, explain, lighten

ceau sollys er illuminate

ceau sooill er look over: ta reddyn ec Hommy as mish dy resoonagh magh mayrt mychione tholtan Ballaskeig, as lurg shen foddee hig oo marin as ceau sooill er y voayl. Dhoor

ceau sooill fargagh er (of person) glare

ceau 'sy aarkey jettison

ceau 'syn aer throw up; (as ball) toss

ceau yn crackan slough

ceau yn geurey hibernate, winter: T'eh ceau yn geurey ayns jiass ny Frank. DF

ceau yn laa lesh caaynt talk away

ceau yn sourey summer

ceau yn traa distraction: V'eh ceau yn traa echey jannoo beggan. DF

fer ceau magh bouncer

gamman ceau emshir pastime

Ny Ceau Tombaacey (impv) No Smoking

jettison (v.) ceau harrish boayrd, ceau magh, ceau 'sy aarkey

overshadow (v.) ceau scaa er, ceau scadoo harrish, scaaghey

taunt ceau flout er, ceau floutyn, ceau floutyn er; conaasagh; conaasid; connysid; flout: to be a reproach and a proverb, a taunt and a curse - dy ve son oltooan, as an-ghoo as flout, as mollaght Bible; flouteragh; grinderaght

throw away (v.) ceau ersooyl; ceau voish

throw back1 (v.) ceau er ash; ceau ergooyl

throw back2 (v.) ceau er ash, ceau ergooyl

throw down (v.) ceau neose; ceau sheese

throw up (v.) ceau seose, ceau 'syn aer

outwear (v.) ceau ny share na, ceau ny sodjey na

hobby (n.) cabbyl beg, cabbyleen, shirragh corranagh; ceau traa: It was his hobby - V'eh yn ceau traa echey. DF idiom

raining (v.) ceau: It's been raining very fast - Te er ve ceau feer chreoi. JJK idiom

throw lhieggey, orraghey, tilgey; ceau: Throw it away - Ceau ersooyl eh. JJK idiom; straih-fout

adumbrate (v.) ceau scadoo er

alloy1 (v.) (happiness) ceau scadoo er

bandy (v.) ceau focklyn

cast in (v.) ceau stiagh

challenge arganey; ceau ourys er: I challenge your word - Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF idiom; cheet neose er; cur forrane da; cur y lane fo; doolane: Open challenge - Lane doolane. DF idiom; doolaney; forrane

chuck about ceau mygeayrt

chuck up (v.) ceau neese

disburse (v.) ceau argid

dismiss (v.) brishey, ceau magh, cur ersooyl, jiooldey, lhiggey ersooyl, seyrey, skeaylley; ceau voish: Let us dismiss the subject - Ceaumayd voin y chooish. DF idiom

diversion (n.) ceau traa, cleayney

elucidate (v.) ceau soilshey er

evict (v.) ceau magh; scughey

expectorate (v.) ceau shelley, shelley

fling away (v.) ceau voish

fling up (v.) ceau neese

hurl (v.) tilgey; ceau

impugn (v.) ceau ourys er

impugnment (n.) ceau ourys er

overspend (v.) ceau rour

pitch-and-toss ceau pingyn

puke (v.) ceau neose

rain (v.) ceau, ceau fliaghey; (n.) fliaghey: I believe we shall have rain before long - Ta mee credjal dy bee fliaghey ain roish foddey. JJK idiom; jeein

recreation (n.) ooraghey, ceau emshir

salivate (v.) ceau shelley, shellaghey

scintillate (v.) ceau drilleeyn

snowfall (n.) ceau niaghtee

snow flurry (n.) ceau sniaghtee

sparking (v.) ceau drilleenyn; (adj.) drillinagh

sparkle (v.) ceau drilleeyn; (n.) drilleen

spending (v.) ceau, baarail

throw about (v.) ceau mygeayrt

throw in (v.) ceau stiagh

throwing stones (v.) castey; claghey; ceau claghyn: What are you saying about throwing stones? - C'red t'ou gra mychione ceau claghyn? Bunnydys

throw off (v.) ceau jeh

throw out (v.) ceau magh

toss5 (v.) (as ball) ceau 'syn aer

totalise (v.) ceau seose

totalize (v.) ceau seose

unexpired (adj.) gyn ceau

wearing clothes (npl.) eaddagh ceau

bouncer (n.) clisteyder; fer ceau magh

cast off (v.) feaysley, feasley; jiooldey: and will cast off this city Jerusalem - as jiooldey voym yn ard-valley shoh Jerusalem bible; tilgey: For the Lord will not cast off for ever - Son cha jean y Chiarn tilgey jeh son dy bragh Bible; ceau jeh: And as they cried out, and cast off their clothes - As myr vad gyllaghey, as ceau jeu nyn eaddagh Bible

consume (v.) ceau, shymley, stroie; lheie

coruscate (v.) ceau drilleenyn, jannoo falleays

distraction (n.) boirey, ceau yn traa

explain (v.) ceau soilshey er: I cannot explain it - Cha noddym ceau soilshey er. DF idiom; cur baght er; meenaghey; soilshaghey: I am going to explain to you the rule, which is the most difficult of all - Soilsheeym dhyt yn reill s'doillee jeh ooilley. JJK idiom

fall of snow ceau sniaghtee

glare3 (of person) ceau sooill fargagh er

hoopla (npl.) fainaghyn-ceau

interject (v.) ceau stiagh; cur stiagh

look over (v.) ceau sooill er

overshoot (v.) ceau erskyn, roie ass

pastime (n.) gamman ceau emshir; cloie

pelt (v.) ceau er; (n.) crackan, sheh

platitudinize (v.) ceau shenn raaghyn follym

reek (v.) ceau jaagh; (n.) jaagh, torcan

shower bath (n.) ceau-oonlaghey

shower of rain ceau fliaghee

snowstorm (n.) ceau sniaghtee, sterrym sniaghtee

throw aside (v.) ceau ry lhiattee

throw together (v.) ceau ry cheilley

tot up (v.) ceau seose; (to); (dy) jannoo

upset anvea: I am upset - Ta anvea orrym. DF idiom; ceau bun ry-skyn; ceau harrish; cled; cleddal; lhieg; lhieggal; lhieggey: It upset - Ren eh lhieggey. DF idiom; imnea: Don't be so upset - Ny bee lhied yn imnea ort. DF idiom; pundaig

ceau-oonlaghey shower bath

fainaghyn-ceau hoopla

abdicate (v.) ceau jeh, irree ass, lhiggey voish

cast back (v.) ceau er ash, tilg er ash

deprecate (v.) ceau neose er, cur coyrle noi

dice (v.) ceau jeesley, slissey; (npl.) jeeslaghan; jeeshyn

discredit anghoo; ceau anghoo er; meechredjal

eject (v.) ceau magh; cur magh; tilgey magh

fling back (v.) ceau er ash; tilgey er ash

fling down (v.) ceau neose, tilgey er y thalloo

hailstorm (n.) ceau sniaghtee garroo, sterrym claghyn sniaghtee

hibernate (v.) cadley yn geurey, ceau yn geurey, geuraghey

ignore (v.) ceau neu-hastey da, lhiggey harrish

impeach (v.) cassid, ceau ourys er, jannoo cassid er

lavish (v.) ceau dy skeayltagh; (adj.) ceautagh; feoiltagh; skeayltagh; jummallagh

lavishing (v.) ceau dy skeayltagh; jummalys; jummallys; jummaltagh

leave off (v.) ceau jeh; scuirr, scuirr jeh

malign (v.) ceau neose er; loayrt olk jeh

pay out ceau argid; eeck; lhiggey magh

pitchfork (v.) ceau lesh gollage; (n.) gollage, gollage chiaullee

pull off (v.) ceau jeh, speeiney, tayrn jeh

re-echo aareggyrt; ceau mactullagh; gra er ash

run out (v.) ceau; roie magh; skeaylley

shower ceau; deayrtey; frass; frough; spreihder

sleet (v.) ceau fliugh-niaghtee; (n.) fliugh-niaghtee, sniaghtey fliugh

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