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Ard-choyrle Chadjin (f.) (General) Synod

ben chadjin (f.) doxy, nymphomaniac, whore

caaynt chadjin (f.) vulgarism

Choonceil-lhee Chadjin (Yn); (The) General Medical Council

coagyraght chadjin plain cooking

dy chadjin generally: S'cummey yn jalloo, ta mee lane shickyr nagh bee eh aght erbee ta sleih coamrit dy chadjin ny laghyn t'ayn jiu ayns Ellan Vannin. Carn

Feyshtyn Chadjin (f.) (Yn) Confiteor

ghlare chadjin (f.) (yn); (the) lingua franca

Gorrymag Chadjin Common Blue

gowaltys co-chadjin collective

jannoo co-chadjin communalise, communalize

keisht chadjin (f.) generality

leigh chadjin (f.) common law

perkyn chadjin (f.) common porpoise, harbour porpoise

shamyr chadjin (f.) common room

sternag chadjin (f.) common tern

vie chadjin (yn) commonweal

jeant dy chadjin frequent

lioar choontee chadjin (f.) general ledger

marranys feer chadjin very popular error

collective (adj.) co-chadjin; co-hellooderagh; (n.) gowaltys co-chadjin

co-chadjin collective, communal; universal: Dy ve ynnydagh, shen dy ve co-chadjin. Carn

neu-chadjin rare: As te red neu-chadjin ta'n ree dy hirrey Bible

Common Blue (n.) Gorrymag chadjin

common porpoise (n.) perkyn chadjin

common room (n.) shamyr chadjin

Confiteor (n.) (Yn) Feyshtyn Chadjin

doxy (n.) ben chadjin

harbour porpoise (n.) perkyn chadjin

plain cooking (n.) coagyraght chadjin

Synod (n.) (General) Ard-choyrle Chadjin

communal (adj.) co-chadjin

communalise (v.) jannoo co-chadjin

communalize (v.) jannoo co-chadjin

generality (n.) cadjinaght, cadjinys, keisht chadjin

general ledger (n.) lioar choontee chadjin

General Medical Council (n.) (the); (y) Choonceil-lhee Chadjin

lingua franca (n.) eddyr-hengey; (yn) ghlare chadjin

oecumenical (adj.) ooilley-chadjin

rare (adj.) braew; do-gheddyn; goan; goaney; gonney; lieh-aw; neuchadjin, neu-chadjin: And it is a rare thing that the king requireth - As te red neu-chadjin tan ree dy hirrey Bible; thanney; tiark; yindyssagh

ooilley-chadjin oecumenical

common law (n.) leigh chadjin, leigh ny theay

commonweal (n.) foays y clane; (yn) vie chadjin

nymphomaniac (n.) ben chadjin; ben er cannoo

universal cadjin; co-chadjin; tuinnaghyn; tuinneym

very popular error (n.) marranys feer chadjin

vulgarism (n.) caaynt chadjin, loayrtys garroo, neuellyn

common tern (n.) gant, gant cadjin, gollan marrey, spyrryd; sternag chadjin

popular (adj.) cadjin: Very popular error - Marranys feer chadjin. DF idiom; ennoil

whore (n.) ben chadjin, ben oainjyragh, byddage, oainjyr, streebagh, strumpag

error (n.) neuchiartys, shaghrynys, sponnag; marranys: Very popular error - Marranys feer chadjin. DF idiom; shaghryn

frequent1 (adj.) mennick, trick, ymmodee; jeant dy chadjin: It is quite a frequent practice - T'eh jeant dy cadjin DF idiom; (v.) taaghey

generally (adv.) cadjinagh; dy chadjin: What time do you generally dine? - Cre'n traa ta shiu geddyn jinnair dy-cadjin? JJK idiom; dy cliaghtagh: He generally keeps good hours - T'eh dy-cliaghtagh cummal ooryn mie. JJK idiom

opinion (n.) barel: To cling to an opinion - Dy lhiantyn rish barel. DF idiom; coyrle; smooinaght: Common opinion - Smooinaght chadjin y phobble. DF idiom; tuarym: I respect his opinion - Ta mee cur geill da'n tuarym echey. DF idiom

ard-chiaull (f.) classical music: T'ad kionnaghey ard-chiaull as kiaulldramey dauesyn ta g'earree soilshaghey ad-hene dy ve ny share as ny stroshey na'n theay chadjin. Carn

caaynt (f.) spoken language, spoken word, talk: She Bretnish yn ghlare chadjin ta goll er loayrt sy halley shoh as s'ooraghey t'eh dy chlashtyn caaynt elley ayns ynnyd Baarle. GB

kiaulldramey opera: T'ad kionnaghey ard-chiaull as kiaulldramey dauesyn ta g'earree soilshaghey ad-hene dy ve ny share as ny stroshey na'n theay chadjin. Carn

lane marrey high tide, high water: As lane marrey neu-chadjin heet roish foddey, ta Alan Hisscott er ve loayrt mychione ny reddyn ren croo ny doilleeidyn va jannoo er slyst-marrey Vannin BS

neuchadjin especial, exceptional, odd, out of the way, rare, singular, uncommon, unusual, unwonted: te red neu-chadjin ta'n ree dy hirrey Bible; signal; particular

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