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cheer1 gair; gien; horaa; (cry of approval) eam-moyllee

cheer2 (v.) (praise) moylley

cheer (=Ir. tír) (f.) pl. cheeraghyn country, home, land, shore, state, territory: ta mee er choyrt diu cheer ayn nagh ren shiuish laboragh Bible; region


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cheer up (v.) cur cree ayn, gerjaghey

ard cheer-oaylleeagh geographical area

Cheer Ard High Land: Ta 25 jeu shoh ayns ny ellanyn as cheer ard (y Ghaeltaght). Carn

Cheer Chonnal (f.) Donegal

cheer chooylloo (f.) hinterland

cheer coadit (f.) protectorate

cheer dooie (f.) fatherland

cheer eaynnee (f.) bush country

Cheer Ee (f.) Tiree

Cheer Eoin (f.) Tyrone

cheer ghooie (f.) mother country, motherland, native shore

cheer ghraihder jingo

Cheer Injil (f.) (Y); (The) Netherlands

cheer injil (f.) lowland

cheer rea (f.) plain: ren eh cummal ayns cheer rea Mamre Bible; flatness

cheer sleitagh (f.) hill country, wold: As huitt aggle (arrymagh) er ooilley nyn naboonyn: as hie goo jeh ooilley ny reddyn shoh magh trooid ooilley cheer sleitagh Yudea. Bible

Cheer Swassee (f.) (Y) Swaziland

Cheer Thai (f.) (Y) Thailand

Cheer Vannee (f.) (Yn); (The) Holy Land

cheer vooar (f.) mainland: Hannah, ta skeealyn ayns pabyryn-naight dy vel sleih ayns Cheer Vooar ny hEuropey goaill aggle roish treealtyssyn yn SNP as dy vel Hollannee ennagh er ve agglit ass. Carn

cheer yalloo landscape

er cheer ashore, on shore; upon the land of: Er cheer my phobble hig seose drineyn as dressyn, dy jarroo er ooilley ny thieyn dy reaïd, ayns yn ard-valley rouanagh Bible

garey cheer-yallooagh landscape garden

gareyder cheer-yallooagh landscape gardener

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

har cheer overland

slane cheer whole land: As ennym y nah awin Gihon: yn awin cheddin ta combaasal slane cheer Ethiopia. Bible

be of good cheer (intj) jannoo gien mie

ass y cheer abroad: Nish fod Mnr Jenkins, Scrudeyr Hostyn, ceau magh ass y cheer peiagh erbee t'eh coontey y ve ny 'er-atchimys - gyn boirey mychione cooyrtyn as nyn lheid. Carn

cheer my ghooie (f.) my native land: Ta mee faagail nish cheer my ghooie, Yn Ellan Veg t'ayns mean y cheayn. Carn

Cheer ny Aeg (f.) Elysian Fields, Land of Youth

Cheer ny Gaeil (f.) Gaeldom, Highlands

Cheer ny Goal (f.) Britain: Myr v'ad loayrt haink eh dy ve baghtal dy row ad smooinaghtyn mychione ashoonaghys jeh ashoonyn mooarey: Yn Rank, Cheer Ny Goal as Yn Ghermaan. Carn

Cheer ny Halbey (f.) Scotland

cheer ny h-oie (f.) dreamland

cheer ny mooinjer veggey (f.) fairyland

Cheer ny Rhiney (f.) (The) Rhineland

cheer ny yindyssyn (f.) wonderland: Contoyrtyssyn Ealish Ayns Cheer Ny Yindyssyn Dhoor

Cheer yn Argid (f.) Argentina

Cheer y Shashlagh (f.) (Isle of) Uist

Cheer y Sniaghtey (f.) Greenland

Cheer y Vagheragh (f.) (The) Netherlands

cummal er y cheer rusticate, rustication

cur er ash gys cheer repatriate, repatriation

cur er cheer disembark, disembarkation, land

eebrit ass cheer deported

eebyrt ass cheer deport

er y cheer in the country: dinsh ad eh ayns yn ard-valley, as er y cheer. Bible

fer gyn cheer displaced person

goll er cheer disembarkation, land

goll er y cheer go into the country: Ny lurg shen hoilshee eh eh-hene ayns cummey elley da jees jeu, myr v'ad shooyl er y raad, as goll er y cheer. Bible; landing

Cheer Vannin, Shenn Charnaneyn as yn Cholloo Manx countryside, ancient monuments and the Calf of Man

margey keird as bee ass y çheer vooar continental craft and food fair

Slattys Gurneil Troggal ayns Baljyn as er y Cheer Town and Country Planning Act

land (n.) cheer, farran, thalloo; (gen.) thallooin; (v.) cheet gys y thalloo, cur er cheer, cur er thalloo, goaill cheer, goll er cheer, goll er thalloo; (nyn) dhalloo; (gen.) cheerey: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom

disembarkation (n.) cur er cheer; goll er cheer; jee-lughtaghey

Netherlands (n.) (The); (Yn) Cheer Injil; Cheer y Vagheragh; (Yn) Ollan

gyn ennym anonymous, nameless, unnamed: Cheer gyn chengey, cheer gyn ennym. DF

lught-reill authorities, authority: ghow lught-reill ayns un cheer (Sostyn) greim er cheer elley (Nerin). Carn

region (n.) ard, slyst; clyst; cheer: in all the region of Dor - ayns ooilley cheer Dor Bible

daïll failed: As tra daïll yn argid ayns cheer Egypt, as ayns cheer Chanaan Bible

abroad (adv.) ass y cheer: He went abroad - Hie eh ass y cheer. DF idiom; gy lhean, dy lhean; mooie; er lheead

bush country (n.) cheer eaynnee

country (n.) cheer: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; thalloo

deport (v.) eebyrt ass cheer

deported eebrit ass cheer

dreamland (n.) cheer ny h-oie

failed (v.) daïll: And when money failed in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan - As tra daïll yn argid ayns cheer Egypt, as ayns cheer Chanaan Bible

fatherland (n.) cheer dooie

Gaeldom (n.) Cheer ny Gaeil

hill country (n.) cheer sleitagh

hinterland (n.) cheer chooylloo

jingo (n.) cheer ghraihder, impiroil

lowland (n.) cheer injil; (adj.) goaldagh

mainland (n.) cheer vooar, neuellanagh

motherland (n.) cheer ghooie

native shore (n.) cheer ghooie

on shore er cheer

overland (adj.) har cheer

protectorate (n.) cheer coadit, coadanys

Rhineland (n.) Cheer ny Rhiney

Swaziland (n.) (Y) Cheer Swassee

territory (n.) cheer, thalloo

Thailand (n.) (Y) Cheer Thai

Tiree (n.) Cheer Ee

Tyrone (n.) Cheer Eoin

whole land slane cheer

wold (n.) cheer sleitagh

wonderland (n.) cheer ny yindyssyn

ashoonaghteyryn nationalists: Peiagh erbee ta feddyn foill lesh yeearreeyn ny ashoonaghteyryn Celtiagh son seyrsnys lane, ta ny hashoonaghteyryn cur freggyrt da gra dy vel cheer ennagh ta ny sloo na yn cheer ocsyn slane seyr Carn

broïd dirt; filth; filthiness: Tan cheer ayn ta shiu goll dy chummal, cheer neu-ghlen lesh broïd pobble ny cheeraghyn, lesh nyn obbraghyn feohdoil Bible; corruption; pollution

eam-moyllee cheer

feer yesh classy: Hie eh seose y clieau as lurg da cheet harrish, dod eh fakin y cheer er y cheu elley; cheer feer yesh as feer rey GB

gair cheer

horaa cheer, hurrah

taal adze; secretion, flowing: daue shoh ren y Chiarn breearrey nagh jinnagh eh shilley dauesyn jeh'n cheer ren y Chiarn loo da ny ayraghyn oc dy choyrt daue, cheer taal bainney as mill. Bible

taaley draw, flow, flowing: doardee'n Chiarn liorish Moses e harvaant ec y traa hug eh lesh nyn ayraghyn magh ass cheer Egypt, dy choyrt dooinyn cheer ta taaley lesh bainney as mill Apoc; lactate, secrete; lactation, secretion

displaced person (n.) fer gyn cheer

east country (n.) cheer-har: from the east country, and from the west country - veih yn cheer-har, as veih yn cheer-heear Bible

Elysian Fields (npl.) Cheer ny Aeg

fairyland (n.) cheer ny mooinjer veggey

geographer (n.) cheer-oayllee

geographic (adj.) cheer-oaylleeagh

geographical (adj.) cheer-oaylleeagh

geographical area (n.) ard cheer-oaylleeagh

geography (n.) cheer-oaylleeaght; tushtey-ny-cruinney

High Land (n.) Howe, Cheer Ard

landscape garden (n.) garey cheer-yallooagh

mother country (n.) cheer ghooie; moir-heer

patriotic (adj.) cheer-ghraihagh, dooie

state (v.) abbyr, gra; (n.) ashoon; cheer: Every state was represented - Va chaghter ass gagh cheer ayn. DF idiom; state; staydoilys: We dined in state - Dee shin ayns staydoilys. DF idiom; foaynoo; stayd: I want to hear the actual state of things - Saillym clastyn stayd firrinagh ny reddyn. DF idiom; stait: Divorce church from state - Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF idiom; steat: Weighed down with the affairs of state - Laadit lesh currymyn steat. DF idiom

west country (n.) cheer-heear: from the east country, and from the west country - veih yn cheer-har, as veih yn cheer-heear Bible

cheer-ghraihagh patriotic

cheer-har east country: As hed oo noi ooilley yn cheer-heear, er-yn-oyr as dy ren ad mee- viallys er y sarey aym's. Apoc

cheer-heear west country: As hed oo noi ooilley yn cheer-heear, er-yn-oyr as dy ren ad mee- viallys er y sarey aym's. Apoc

cheer-oayllee geographer

cheer-oaylleeagh geographic, geographical

cheer-oaylleeaght (=Ir. tír-eolas) (f.) geography

Argentina (n.) (Yn) Argenteen; (Yn) Arjenteen; Cheer yn Argid

Donegal (n.) Cheer Chonnal, Doon ny Ghoal

go into the country (v.) goll er y cheer

Greenland (n.) Greenlyn, Greenlynn; Cheer y Sniaghtey

Highlands1 (n.) Cheer ny Gaeil, Ghaeltaght; Gaeltaght ny h-Albey

in the country er y cheer

Land of Youth (n.) Cheer ny Aeg

landscape (n.) cheer yalloo, reayrt cheerey; (v.) jannoo reayrt cheerey

landscape gardener (n.) gareyder cheer-yallooagh, jallooder-thallooin

my native land cheer my ghooie

repatriate cur er ash gys cheer

repatriation (n.) cur er ash gys cheer

rusticate (v.) cummal er y cheer, eebyrt dy shallidagh

rustication (n.) cummal er y cheer, eebyrtys shallidagh

Uist (n.) (Isle of) Cheer y Shashlagh; Ellan Ooist

Britain (n.) Bretyn Mooar, Cheer ny Goal, Goal; (Yn) Vretin Vooar, Vretyn Vooar

continental craft and food fair (n.) margey keird as bee ass y çheer vooar

disembark (v.) cur er cheer; cur er thalloo; faagail; goll

landing (v.) goll er y cheer, goll er thalloo, tarlheim; (n.) mullagh ny greeishyn

chymsee accumulative; gather: Chymsee seose dty chooid ass y cheer Bible

combaase 1 circular route, detour a: ghow ad combaase mygeayrt cheer Edom Bible; 2 compass; 3 timing

copy copy: Va copy yn order son dagh cheer Bible

cosne (impv) depart: cosne royd, as immee gys cheer Yudah Bible

er fud during, overall, throughout: Turrys y yannoo er fud cheer. DF

er mooir by water: Er cheer as er mooir. DF

follym jeh devoid: bee'n cheer follym jeh'n lught berchys va aynjee Bible

froggyn frogs: Ren y cheer oc gymmyrkey magh froggyn Bible

Ghaeltaght1 (f.) (Y); (The) Highlands: Ta 25 jeu shoh ayns ny ellanyn as cheer ard (y Ghaeltaght). Carn

Greek Greek: Va'n ven ny Greek, jeh cheer Syrophenicia Bible

hed shall go: Hed eh stiagh myrgeddin gys y cheer aalin Bible

hilg cast: hilg eh magh ad gys cheer elley Bible

lhieenee shall fill: lhieenee ad yn cheer lesh ny merriu. Bible

lot lot: nee shiu yn cheer y rheynn liorish lot Bible

marchal march: Ren oo marchal trooid y cheer ayns jymmoose Bible

margee (gen.) of the market: hug eh lesh eh gys cheer margee Bible

messyn fruits: gow-jee jeh messyn share y cheer ayns nyn siyn Bible

my-my-chione concerning me: Ta mee loayrt my-my-chione's goll gys cheer elley. Carn

ooiganagh full of pits: trooid cheer reeastaneagh, as ooiganagh Bible

Philistinee Philistines: as hyndaa ad gys cheer ny Philistinee Bible

royd before you: Ny-yeih hee oo yn cheer royd Bible

share1 (=Ir. is fearr) best, very best: ayns yn ayrn share 'sy cheer Bible

shytternee neigh: va'n slane cheer er-creau ec sheean shytternee e chabbil caggee Bible

slingal sling out: neem's cummaltee yn cheer y slingal magh 'sy tullogh Bible

sniaghtey garroo hail: dy vod sniaghtey garroo ve ayns ooilley cheer Egypt Bible

soar breinn stink: va soar breinn jeu fud y cheer Bible

Syria Syria: As ren Jacob chea gys cheer Syria Bible

vow (interrog.) shall get: vow shiu yn cheer myr eiraght? Bible

waggonyn wagons: gow-jee waggonyn veih cheer Egypt son y vooinjer veggey eu Bible

yiall promised: gys y cheer yiall mee daue Bible

ashore (adv.) er cheer; er-halloo; er-traie; er y traie: The boat was driven ashore - Va'n baatey eiyrit er y traie. DF idiom

Assyria (n.) (Yn) Assyria: And Pul the king of Assyria came against the land - As haink Pul ree Assyria noi yn cheer Bible

commotion (n.) trusley, anvea; irree-magh: the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country - ta sheean y naight er jeet, as irree-magh dewil ass y cheer my-hwoaie Bible

cousin1 (n.) dooinney mooinjerey: His cousin is still far from his native country - Ta e ghooinney-mooinjerey (ben-vooinjerey) foddey veih cheer e ghooie (cheer e dooie) foast. JJK idiom; cosan; cussan

customs (npl.) cliaghtaghyn: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; oashyn

desolation1 (n.) toyrt-mow; traartys: who therefore gave them up to desolation - ren er-yn-oyr shen ad y livrey seose gys traartys Bible; follym-faase: And I will bring the land into desolation - As neems y cheer eu follym-faase bible

disquiet anaashagh; anvea: that he may give rest to the land, and disquiet the inhabitants of Babylon - son fea y choyrt dan cheer, agh anvea da Bible; imnea; neuaash

each (adj., adv.) dagh: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; gagh

flatness (n.) dreeys, folmid, glennid, injillid, kiunid, lhaggid, lheanid, meayllid, merruid, reaid; liabagid, carrooid, rea, laare, strah, çheer rea, shanglanid

goodly mountain (n.) Slieau Aalin: and see the good land that is beyond Jordan, that goodly mountain - as shilleygheddyn jehn cheer mie shen ta cheu elley dy Yordan, yn slieau aalin shen Bible

Hebrews (npl.) (The); (Ny) Hewnyn; Hebrewnee: For indeed I was stolen away out of the land of the Hebrews - Son dy jarroo, va mee er my gheid ersooyl ass cheer ny Hebrewnee Bible; Hebrewnyn

Holy Land (n.) (The); (Yn) Cheer Vannee; thalloo sheaynt: And the Lord shall inherit Judah his portion in the holy land - As nee yn Chiarn goaill huggey hene myr eiraght Judah e chronney ayns y thalloo sheaynt, Bible

home1 balley, valley; oayll; cheer; thie: They came home with the blessing - Haink ad thie lesh y vooilley orroo. DF idiom; dy valley: It's the nearest way home - Te yn aagherrid dy-valley. JJK idiom

I will remember cooin-yms er: I will remember his deeds which he doeth - cooin-ym er e obbraghyn teh dy yannoo Bible; nee'm cooinaghtyn er: I will remember the land - nee'm cooinaghtyn er y cheer

I will rid eiyr-ym ersooyl: I will rid evil beasts out of the land - eiyr-ym ersooyl drogh-veishtyn ass y cheer Bible; livrey-ym: I will rid you out of their bondage - livrey-ym shiu veihn bondiaght oc Bible

Manx countryside, ancient monuments and the Calf of Man Cheer Vannin, Shenn Charnaneyn as yn Cholloo

must I (interrog.) negin dou: must I needs bring thy son again unto the land from whence thou camest? - negin dou dty vac y choyrt lhiam reesht gys y cheer haink oo veih? Bible

native (n., adj.) cheeragh, dooghyssagh; dooiagh; dooie: One never forgets his native country - Cha nel fer dy-bragh jarrood cheer e ghooie. JJK idiom; (n.) fer dooie

neighbours (npl.) naboonyn; nabooyn: The country is far behind its neighbours - Ta'n cheer foddey ergooyl e nabooyn. DF idiom

of battle (gen.) caggee: A sound of battle is in the land - Ta tharmane caggeesy cheer Bible

pilot (n.) leeideilagh purtey, pilot; stiureyder: Drop the pilot - Yn stiureyder y chur er cheer. DF idiom; (v.) stiurey

plain baghtal; blaare; magh; neuchast, neuchialgagh, neuwoyagh, plain, sockeragh; (n.) cheer rea, rea, strah, thalloo rea; kiart

pluck out (v.) speeiney, spulgey, tayrn magh; astyrt ass: I will pluck them out of their land - neem ad y astyrt ass y cheer Bible

root up (v.) astyrt ass: he shall root up Israel out of this good land - as nee eh Israel y astyrt ass y cheer vie shoh Bible; reurey

Scotland (n.) Albey, Cheer ny Halbey; Nalbin: Have you been in Scotland? - Vel shiu er ve ayns n'Albin? JJK idiom

shall empty folmee: I will send unto him wanderers, that shall cause him to wander, and shall empty his vessels - dy der-yms ersyn joarreeyn, eiyrys eh gys cheer yoarree, as folmee ad ny siyn-feeyney echey Bible

shall not see cha vaik: Surely they shall not see the land - Son shickyrys, cha vaik ad y cheer Bible

shore (n.) cheer; oirr ny marrey; thalloo: To hug the shore - Dy hiaulley faggys da'n thalloo. DF idiom; traie: The boat is drifting on shore - Ta'n baatey tuittym er y traie. DF idiom

taxed1 (financially) fo cheesh: he taxed the land to give the money according to the commandment of Pharaoh - hug eh yn cheer fo keesh dy yannoo magh yn argid cordail rish oardagh Pharaoh Bible

throughout er feie; er fud; trooid magh; (ny) hrooid: So they divided the land between them to pass throughout it - Myr shoh rheynn ad y cheer eddyr ad, dy gholl ny hrooid Bible

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