certain1 (adj.) ennagh: A certain Mr Quilliam - Mnr Quilliam ennagh. DF idiom; shickyr: I am virtually certain of it - Ta mee bunnys shickyr jeh. DF idiom; reygyryn, reyggyryn; cooid; er lheh: On a certain day - Laa dy row. DF idiom
polish (v.) cur sollyssid er, gloasaghey, gloasey; scooirey: Shoe polish - Follid braag. DF idiom; (n.) follid, gloas; sollyssid: He has a certain polish - Ta sollysid ennagh er. DF idiom; stoo-gloasee
cooid (=Ir. cuid) (f.) assets, goods, helping, means, merchandise, part, possessions, proportion, resources, stuff, substance, supplies, valuables: as jeh cooid nyn ayrey t'eh er gheddyn ooilley yn verchys shoh. Bible; certain, some
dy row 1 certain a: hie eh stiagh ayns thie dooinney dy row va ooashlaghey Jee, enmyssit Justus Bible; 2 that was a: tra hoig eh dy row eh jeh Cilicia Bible; 3 may be a: scuirr shin, gra, Aigney yn Chiarn dy row jeant. Bible
er lheh (=Ir. ar leith) aloof, aside, by itself, certain, distinctive, distinctly, fancy, individual, isolated, patented, private and confidential, privately, proper, respective, separate, separately, special, specially, specific, unique: shiaght eayin woirryn shoh, t’ou er hoiaghey er lheh Bible; especially
shickyr ANTONYM neuhickyr certain, confident, definite, fast, firm, fixed, impregnable, positive, secure, stable, steadfast, steady, sure, unflinching, unquestionable, unshaken, unwavering, valid: as lhig dooin ynnyd vaghee shickyr y yannoo dooin hene Bible [M.E. sicker, sikkar]
of the family jeh'n cheel; jeh sluight: And there was a certain man of Zorah, of the family of he Danites - As va dooinney dy row ayns Zorah jeh sluight ny Daniteyn Bible; jeh kynney: And there went from thence of the family of the Danites - As hie magh veih shen, ass Zorah as Eshtaol, jeh kynney ny Daniteyn Bible; jeh lught-thie: their inheritance remained in the tribe of the family of their father. - ren yn eiraght tannaghtyn ayns tribe lught-thie nyn ayrey Bible
orator (n.) coraatagh; oraatagh: The orator knows how to convince - Shione da'n oraatagh kys dy hickyraghey. JJK idiom; raatagh; pleadeyr: the cunning artificer, and the eloquent orator - y fer-keirdee schleioil, as y pleadeyr flaoill Bible; ard-phleadeyr: with the elders, and with a certain orator named Tertullus - marish y chanstyr, as ard-phleadeyr dy row enmyssit Tertullus Bible
plentifully (adv.) dy palchey: The ground of a certain rich man brought forth plentifully - Ren thalloo dooinney berchagh dy row mess y chur magh dy palchey Bible; dy slane: and how hast thou plentifully declared the thing as it is? - as kys t’ou dy slane er hoilshaghey yn chooish myr te? Bible
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