fight (n.) caggey, co-streeu; (v.) caggey rish; jannoo ymmyr; (to); (dy) chaggey: To fight man to man - Dy caggey fer er fer. DF idiom; troddan: He carried on a stubborn fight against it - Ren eh troddan liauyr reen noi echey. DF idiom
engagement (n.) co-chaggey; currym; failley; gialdynys; goaill greme; naishtey; cah: Two thousand five hundred and thirty-four men were killed in this engagement - Va daa housane queig keead as tree jeig as feed dy gheiney er nyn marroo ayns y chah shoh. JJK idiom
horse (n.) cabbyl: I wish you had a better horse - Saillym dy beagh cabbyl ny share eu. JJK idiom; eagh; marksleih; mark; niagh: The horse is prepared against the day of battle - Ta’n niagh greihit cour laa yn chaggey Bible
men of war (npl.) deiney-caggee: And the booty, being the rest of the prey which the men of war had caught - As y spooilley, ta shen, yn chooid elley jeh’n chragh va ny deiney-caggee er ghoaill Bible; sidooryn: And Eleazar the priest said unto the men of war which went to the battle - As dooyrt Eleazar y saggyrt rish ny sidooryn hie gys y chaggey Bible; treanee caggee: with mighty men, and with all men of war - lesh deiney niartal, as lesh ooilley ny treanee caggee Bible
tribute mayl, tack; moylley, onnor; keeshyn; fo keesh: and became a servant unto tribute - as haink eh dy ve ny harvaant fo keesh Bible; keesh: And levy a tribute unto the Lord of the men of war - As trog keesh da’n Chiarn jeh ny deiney, hie magh gys y chaggey Bible
cur da (expenses) allow; contribute, enhance, give over, give to, pass over: cha vel oo cur da barriaght ayns y chaggey Bible; beat up, belabour, clock, hammer, hit, lash, scold, thrash: By vie lhiam cur da'n chayt ayd agh cha bloys dou. DF; append; article to trade; bestow; ascribe
voddagh 1 (dy) that could; 2 that might a: As hug ad eh ayns pryssoon, dy voddagh aigney yn Chiarn v’er ny hoilshaghey daue. Bible; 3 that should a: Son daag y Chiarn ad fo creoghys cree dy chaggey noi Israel, dy voddagh eh stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; 4 (interrog.) could a: voddagh fys ve ain son shickyrys, dy niarragh eh, Cur-jee lhieu nyn mraar sheese Bible
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