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chaggee of war: sheshaght vooar, as fir-chaggee niartal. Bible


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cooid chaggee (f.) munitions

cryss chaggee (f.) war zone

cullee chaggee (f.) battle equipment, coat of mail, war material

eeasaght chaggee (f.) war loan

eilley chaggee (f.) armour: ren David e chliwe y chryssey gys e eilley-caggee Bible

ellyn chaggee (f.) art of war

farkaght chaggee armistice

fir chaggee fighting men

greain chaggee (f.) shell-shock

keird chaggee (f.) art of war

laue chaggee (f.) (military) arm

lhong chaggee (f.) battleship, dreadnought, man-of-war

lhuingys chaggee (f.) navy, war fleet: B'lesh Lhuingys Chaggee Reeoil Norlann eh. GK

linney chaggee (f.) line of battle

merre chaggee (f.) battle frenzy

piobberaght chaggee (f.) war piping

purt chaggee (f.) naval station

reaghys chaggee (f.) battle order, military array

scoill chaggee (f.) military academy

sheshaght chaggee (f.) pl. sheshaghtyn-caggee army, cohort, host: scugh-ym foddey veue sheshaght-caggee yn twoaie Bible

verre-chaggee er (yn) berserk

Chiarn dy heshaght-chaggee Lord of hosts: Quoi ta ree ny ghloyr ; dy jarroo yn Chiarn dy heshaght-chaggee, eshyn ree ny ghloyr. Bible

laaragh yn chaggee theatre of war

lhuingys chaggee Hostyn (f.) Royal Navy: She shiaulteyr ayns Lhuingys Chaggee Hostyn va'n dooinney eck as hooar eh, y moghrey shen, screeuyn eshyn y aagherrym dys e lhong. Dhoor

Magher y Chaggee Battle Field

magher y chaggee field of battle

meoir lhong chaggee master-at-arms

Sheshaght chaggee flaunyssagh (f.) Sabaoth

sheshaght chaggee toshee (f.) van of the army

art of war (n.) ellyn chaggee; keird chaggee

bow-chaggee bow-chaggee

bow-chaggee battle bow: bee'n bow-chaggee er ny vrishey Bible

navy (n.) lhuingys chaggee: Train a man for the navy - Dooinney y aarlaghey da'n lhuingys chaggee. DF idiom

fir-chaggee warriors: Ver ny choamrey ayns gorrym, captanyn, as fir-chaggee Bible

arm4 (n.) (military) laue chaggee

battle equipment (n.) cullee chaggee

battle frenzy (n.) merre chaggee

battleship (n.) lhong chaggee

cohort (n.) sheshaght chaggee, sheshey

dreadnought (n.) lhong chaggee

fighting men (npl.) fir chaggee

man-of-war (n.) lhong chaggee

master-at-arms (n.) meoir lhong chaggee

military academy (n.) scoill chaggee

military array (n.) reaghys chaggee

naval station (n.) purt chaggee

Sabaoth (n.) Sheshaght chaggee flaunyssagh

shell-shock (n.) greain chaggee

war fleet (n.) lhuingys chaggee

war loan (n.) eeasaght chaggee

war piping piobberaght chaggee

war zone cryss chaggee

armistice (n.) aash caggee, farkaght chaggee

battle-axe (n.) shenn far-ven, teigh-chaggee

battle bow (n.) bow-chaggee

berserk (yn) verre-chaggee er

co-belligerent (n.) co-chaggee; co-chaggeyder

line of battle (n.) linney chaggee

munitions (n.) cooid chaggee; stoo caggee

Royal Navy (n.) lhuingys chaggee Hostyn

slaughter weapon (n.) greie-chaggee

co-chaggee co-belligerent

greie-chaggee slaughter weapon: haink shey deiney veih raad y yiat syrjey ta lesh y twoaie, as dy chooilley ghooinney lesh greie-chaggee ny laue Bible

sheshaght-chaggee troop

teigh-chaggee (f.) battle-axe

Battle Field (n.) Magher y Chaggee, Magher Caggee

battle order (n.) oardyr caggee, order-caggee; reaghys chaggee

coat of mail (n.) cooat-caggee; cullee chaggee

field of battle magher y chaggee

host (n.) chionnal mooar, sheshaght chaggee; cuirreyder, olteyr; oalan

theatre of war (n.) laaragh yn chaggee

war material (n.) cullee chaggee, stoo caggee

van of the army (n.) leeideilee; sheshaght chaggee toshee; toshiaght yn armee

cooidjaghey gather together, second: myr cooidjaghey daa heshaght-chaggee Bible

goardrail appoint, order: Quoi nee goardrail yn cheshaght-chaggee? Bible

army (n.) armee: The army consists of ninety thousand and six hundred men - Ta kiare feed thousane as jeih as shey keead dy gheiney 'syn armee. JJK idiom; sheshaght chaggee

of war (gen.) caggee: On the verge of war - Er broogh caggee. DF idiom; chaggee: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom

train1 aarlaghey: Train a man for the navy - Dooinney y aarlaghey da'n lhuingys chaggee. DF idiom; (v.) cliaghtey, traenal, ynsaghey; (n.) traen: He travels by train - T'eh troailt er traen. DF idiom

deiney quaagh foreigners: 'sy laa ren joarreeyn cur lhieu ersooyl nyn gappee e heshaght chaggee, as hie deiney quaagh stiagh er e yiattyn, as hilg ad lottyn er Jerusalem, v'ou uss neesht eer myr fer jeusyn. Bible

gyn oanluckey unburied: yeeagh eh er magher y chaggee, raad va ny Manninee er n'yannoo caggey tammylt giare roish shen, as raad va ymmodee kirp varroo foast nyn lhie gyn oanluckey. Chron

magher caggee battlefield: Ta magher-chaggee, yn boayl dy phrowal foays yn chliwe. EF

scapeyn shields: As ren Uzziah ooilleyn cheshaght-chaggee y yannoo magh lesh scapeyn, as shleiyghyn, as baarnyn-caggee Bible

stroshee most mighty, mightiest: doardee eh ny deiney stroshee v'ayns e heshaght-chaggee Bible

armour (v.) armal, plaaitail; (n.) eilley: he taketh from him all his armour wherein he trusted - teh goaill veih ooilley e eilley, huggey veh treishteil Bible; eilley chaggee: all of them clothed with all sorts of armour - ooilley coamrit ayns dy chooilley cheint dy eilley-caggee Bible; ejy

Lord of hosts (n.) Chiarn dy heshaghtyn niau: The Lord of hosts is the God over Israel - Yn Chiarn dy heshaghtyn niau yn Jee harrish Israel Bible; Chiarn dy heshaght-chaggee; Chiarn dy heshaght-flaunyss: to sacrifice unto the Lord of hosts - dy hebbal oural gys y Chiarn dy heshaght-flaunyss Bible; Chiarn ny flaunyssee: Except the Lord of hosts had left unto us a very small remnant - Er-be dy daag Chiarn ny flaunyssee dooin sluight fardalagh Bible

troop1 (v.) cruinnaghey; (n.) troop: And Leah said, A troop cometh - As dooyrt Leah, Ta troop jeu cheet Bible; sheshaght-chaggee: a troop shall overcome him - nee sheshaghtchaggee Bible; sheshaght dy gheiney-caggee; sheshaght: and the troop of the Philistines pitched in the valley of Rephaim - as ren sheshaght ny Philistinee campal ayns coan Rephaim Bible; troop-caggee: when thou shalt bring a troop suddenly upon them - tra ver oo lhiat troop-caggee doaltattym orroo Bible

warriors (npl.) fir-chaggee; deiney-caggee: an hundred and fourscore thousand chosen men, which were warriors - keead as kiare-feed thousane reih deiney-caggee

agh son shoh as ooilley notwithstanding, nevertheless, but for all this: Agh son shoh as ooilley, ghow goan y ree raad noi Joab, as noi captanyn y cheshaght-chaggee Bible

ass roshtyn irrecoverable, out of reach: as woaill eh yn cheshaght-chaggee ; va jeeaghyn orroo hene dy ve ass roshtyn dangere. Bible

bock pl. buick buck, gelding, he, josser, male, swell: Yn coo, as bock ny goair, as ree er kione e heshaght-chaggee Bible

coo pl. coyin cur, dog, greyhound, hound, wolf-dog: Yn coo, as bock ny goair, as ree er kione e heshaght-chaggee. Bible [O.Ir. ]

cur jeh abort, deter, disrobe, postpone, postponement, shake off, undressing, waive, work off: Ny lhig dasyn ta cur mysh e êilley-chaggee boggyssagh, myr eshyn ta cur jeh eh. Bible

faill (=Ir. páigheáil) (f.) board, employment, fare, fee, hire, pay, reward, salary, stipend, wage, wages: bee shen son faill da'n cheshaght-chaggee echey Bible

goaill cheer land: Ren yn Chiarn Robard, Ree ny hAlbey, goaill cheer lesh lhuingys-chaggee mooar ec Rhumsaa er y hoghtoo laa jeig jeh Mee ny Boaldyn. Chron

Jerdein Frastyl Ascension Day: Mysh irree ny greiney Jerdein Frastyl, ren Rigard le Mandeville as e vraaraghyn goaill cheer ec Runnysvie lesh deiney ooasle as spooilleyderyn elley as lhuingys-chaggee mooar voish Nerin. Chron

linnaghyn (f.) lines: Reagh ad ad hene ayns daa chummey-chaggee as haink ad er nyn doshiaght gys ny linnaghyn Manninagh derrey haink ad gys bun Vaarool y Jiass Chron

pluckey evulsion; pluck, plucking, pluck off: va Satan dooisht, dowin tilgey ayns e chleeau kys yioghe eh'n cheshaght-chaggee er e heu dy irree magh noi'n ooilley-niartal Jee as pluckey neose eh veih dy ve ny ree, yn Mac y hilgey magh veih'n eiraght wooar, 's eh hene y hoiagh' seose er stoyl y phooar. PC

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