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chee (=Ir. ) 1 seeking a: t'eh shooyll trooid faasaghyn fadane, chee aash, agh ayns fardail Bible; 2 thicker


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ben chee (f.) wet nurse, woman that gives suck

boandyr chee (f.) wet nurse

er chee (=Ir. ar ) on the point of: myr v'ad er chee dy varroo eh Bible; (to) about; on the brink

poggaid chee (f.) breast pocket

beinn y chee point of nipple

bollan y chee common milkwort

er chee geddyn baase fey; about to die: Screeu eshyn: 'T'eh doillee son dooinney dy yannoo e chooid share ayns chengey ta sheiltyn dy ve er chee geddyn baase roish y dooinney hene'. Carn

Purt y Chee (f.) Port-e-Chee

wet nurse (n.) ben chee, boandyr chee

on the brink er broogh: On the brink of war - Er broogh y chaggey. DF idiom; er chee: He was on the brink of doing it - V'eh er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom

on the point of er chee: I was on the point of doing it - Va mee er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom; mysh

Port-e-Chee (n.) Purt y Chee

about to die er chee geddyn baase

breast pocket (n.) poggaid chee, poggaid chleeau, poggaid vroghil

common milkwort (n.) bollan Vreeshey, bollan y chee

point of nipple (n.) beinn y chee

woman that gives suck (n.) ben chee

fey (adj.) er chee geddyn baase; ersooyl marish ferrishyn; raaid y vaaish

oonley bathe; (of person) wash: Ta mee er-chee goaill oonley. DF

about (prep.) mygeayrt, mooish; mysh: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom; (to) er chee; mychione: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

American (n., adj.) Americaanagh, Americanagh: American and Russian rocketry keep the peace - Ta roggadys Americaanagh as Rooshagh freayll yn chee. DF idiom

burst1 bleastey; brishey; fosley; raght; roie; sceilt; scelt; scoltey: Ready to burst - Er chee scoltey. DF idiom; scoltey piob; scoltit; skioot; (impv) bleayst; vrish: He burst his bonds - Vrish eh ny geulaghyn v'er. DF idiom

go away (v.) goll ersooyl: Being about to go away - Er chee goll ersooyl. JJK idiom

Russian (adj., n.) Rooshagh: American and Russian rocketry keep the peace - Ta roggadys Americaanagh as Rooshagh freayll yn chee. DF idiom; (n.) Rooshish

seeking chee; shirrey: That is the type they are seeking - Ta shen yn sorch t'ad shirrey. DF idiom

thicker (adj.) chee: Blood is thicker than water - Ta fuill ny s'chee na ushtey. JJK idiom; cheey

Americaanagh (=Ir. Meiriceánach) pl. Americaanee American, Yankee: Ta roggadys Americaanagh as Rooshagh freayll yn chee. DF

barrantee commissioners: T'eh jeeaghyn dooin dy vel ny Barrantee Ghoolish er chee dolley magh yn fo leigh mychione choyrt magh rish yn theay duillageenyn er ny straaidjyn Carn

carryn tunes: er-lhiams nagh vod possan-kiaull erbee goll nyn lurg dys Britaan Beg, na cheer Celtiagh elley, mannagh vel ny kiaullderyn slane er chee cloie carryn Manninagh ynrican roish yn theay. Carn

cooilleenaghyn-ynsee academic achievements: She laa troaryn GCSE v'ayn y laa jea, as meeillaghyn dy yeigeyryn er çhee clashtyn mychione nyn gooilleenaghyn-ynsee BS

coonceil (v.) pl. coonceilyn COMPARE coonseil counsel: bee coonceil y chee eddyr ad ny-neesht. Bible; (n.) council: y chanstyr, as ny scrudeyryn, as y slane coonceil Bible

cooylley (f.) drop, hatch, sluice gate, stopcock; (of table) leaf; (on window) shutter; (of door) wing; valve: Dourin cooylley chee. DF

costrayl (f.) pl. costrayllyn bottle, jar, leather bottle: smooinee e huyr dy row eh er çhee geddyn baase, as myr shen chionnee ee lheiney-vaaish as caashey as costrayl dy ushtey-vea son e oanluckey GB

crank (=Ir. cnag) knock, rap, tap: Ansherbee, v'eh er chee goll tra haink crank er yn dorrys. GB

cur er bun engender, engineer, establish, inaugurate, instigate, launch, open up, organise, organize, put on, stage, start: T'ad er chee cur er bun bing ayns Dyfed dy hayrn cooidjagh ooilley ny jannooaghyn bentyn da'n chengey. Carn; set up

fer mooinjer failley hired servant: ta boghill y keragh mei toyrt y anym erson ny geragh. ta yn fermuinjer fally, as eshyin nagh ree yn boghill y keragh (nagh mu ta ny kirri lesh heyn) fakkin yn vadiallty chiit, as fagael ny geragh, as chee PB1610

geddyn baase roish predecease: Screeu eshyn: 'T'eh doillee son dooinney dy yannoo e chooid share ayns chengey ta sheiltyn dy ve er chee geddyn baase roish y dooinney hene'. Carn

Ghoolish (gen.) See Doolish of Douglas: T'eh jeeaghyn dooin dy vel ny Barrantee Ghoolish er chee dolley magh yn fo leigh mychione choyrt magh rish yn theay duillageenyn er ny straaidjyn Carn

irree magh2 (dy); (to) sally forth: my te er-chee dy irree magh Bible

caghlaa cummey metamorphose, metamorphosis, transfiguration, transfigure: As tra vees shiu trostey, ny bee-jee groymagh myr ny crauee-oalsey, son t'adsyn caghlaa cummey nyn eddin, er-chee deiney dy chur tastey da'n trostey oc. Bible

croutyn cluicagh cunning craftiness: liorish kialgyn deiney, as ny croutyn cluicagh, lhieu tad lhie cooyl-chlea er-chee dy volley Bible

custym custom: agh un cheayrt tra v'ad er-chee goaill traie er-gerrey da Keeill Choobragh t'ayns cheer ny h'Albey va ny meoiryn custym ny lhie cooyl-chlea orroo Dhoor; customs duty, tariff

eeassagh lend: Cha der oo dty argid da er use, ny dty veaghey y eeassagh da er-chee dy gheddyn cosney Bible

Harrey (f.) (Ny) Harris: Ta ny cummaltee Lingerabay er Ny Harrey Jiass er gheddyn coyrle gerjoilagh vouesyn ta er-chee fosley quarral er shen. Carn

irree magh1 (f.) insurgent, insurrection, mutiny, outbreak, rebellion, revolt, revolution, rising, sedition, turn out, uprising, uproar: er-dyn laa daag oo cheer Egypt, derrey haink shiu gys yn ynnyd shoh, ta shiu er ve ayns irree magh noi yn Chiarn. Bible; (v.) rebel, rise, uprise: as nee Israel hene toiggal; my te er-chee dy irree magh, ny ayns mee-viallys da'n Chiarn, (shen myr choonys eh lhien,) Bible

shivoilagh civilian: Roish my ghow ny pryssoonee dy hrostey, ren reiltys Hostyn lhiggey er dy row ad er-chee lowal da ny pryssoonee "eaddagh shivoilagh" y cheau. Carn

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