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cheerey inland, rural; (gen.) of the country, land: hrog jaagh ny cheerey seose, myr jaagh coirrey. Bible; parch, sun-dry, torrefy; (by heat) air: Cheerey eaddeeyn cooil chiollee. DF; drying


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arrane cheerey folk song

balley cheerey country town: Haghyr mee orroo reeshtagh ec Los Sauces (Ny Shellee), balley cheerey rish y raad mooar heese fo'n voayl fakin. Dhoor

ben cheerey (f.) countrywoman

caggey cheerey guerilla war

caslys cheerey map: ren ad jeeaghyn caslys-cheerey dooin ren soilshaghey magh raad ta ny Celtiee ec y traa t'ayn Carn

caslys-cheerey boalley wall map

cheu cheerey (f.) countryside

cragheyder cheerey depopulator

daunse cheerey country dance, folk dance

doodee cheerey (f.) country girl

dooinney cheerey countryman

farrys cheerey agronomic, agronomical; agronomy: S'treisht lhiam dy vees y reiltys PNG jannoo red ennagh dy vishaghey yn farrys cheerey jeh PNG as hig yn sleih ayns buill lheid y Moro dy ve ny smoo berchagh ayns ny laaghyn ry heet. Dhoor; political economy

fer cheerey countryman; rustic, son of the soil

freayltys cheerey preservation of the country

geay cheerey (f.) land breeze

graih cheerey patriotism: Myr ta fys mie ec ny Manninee, stroshey argid na graih cheerey mastey ram jin. Carn

graihder cheerey patriot

jeeillaght cheerey (f.) production of a country

kaart cheerey map

kiaull cheerey (f.) folk music

kione cheerey cape, foreland, mull, peninsula, promontory: Kione cheerey y cheau. DF

lioar-hasht cheerey (f.) rural library

lioarlan cheerey (f.) rural library

reayrt cheerey landscape

reill cheerey constitution

shirveish cheerey (f.) military service

sidoor cheerey territorial

sidooryn cheerey militia

thie cheerey country house, country seat, grange, villa

thie-lheihys çheerey cottage hospital

balley beg cheerey village: Keayrt dy row va lught-thie Mylvreeshey cummal ayns balley beg cheerey v'enmysit Creneash. Dhoor; one horse town

blass ny cheerey local colour

bun ny cheerey grass roots

chengey ny cheerey (f.) language of the country, vulgar tongue: Lhisagh eh ve ny sassey da ny Manninee nyn bossan dy loayreyderyn y vooadaghey er y fa dy vel foast cooinaghtyn er mayrn jeh'n Ghaelg myr chengey ny cheerey. Carn

chiarn ny cheerey 1 laird, lord of the manor; 2 lord of the country a: As dooyrt y dooinney, chiarn ny cheerey rooin, Liorish shoh bee fys aym, dy nee deiney ynrick shiu Bible

eaddagh ny cheerey native dress

faaie balley beg cheerey (f.) village green

fer balley beg cheerey villager

gyn graih cheerey unpatriotic

jannoo caslys cheerey map, mapping

jannoo reayrt cheerey landscape

Laare son Caslyssyn-Çheerey (f.) Map Gallery

leigh ny cheerey (f.) law of the land

lhiastynys ny cheerey national debt

lught ny cheu cheerey countryside

mean ny cheerey midland: Smerg dauesyn ta cur thie ry hie, as magher ry magher, derrey nagh bee boayl faagit, agh ad dy chummal ooilley cooidjagh orroo hene ayns mean ny cheerey ! Bible

mooinjer ny cheerey (f.) country folk: Er-lesh mooinjer ny cheerey Skeerey Maghal as paart dy chummaltee Balley Rhumsaa Dhoor

oashyn ny cheerey native customs

oayllee caslys cheerey plotter

peinteyr reayrtyn cheerey landscape painter

ratch tessen cheerey cross country

roieder tessen cheerey harrier

thie lheeys cheerey cottage hospital

Thie-lheihys Cheerey Ardjyn Rhumsaa Ramsey and District Cottage Hospital

troaryn ny cheerey (f.) home produce

countryman (n.) boddagh, co-heeragh, dooinney cheerey; fer cheerey

countryside (n.) cheu cheerey, lught ny cheu cheerey

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

map (n.) caslys cheerey: Have you finished your map? - Vel oo er chur jerrey er dty chaslys-cheerey? JJK idiom; kaart cheerey: Have you finished your map? - Vel oo er chur jerrey er dty chaart-cheerey? JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo caslys cheerey

rural library (n.) lioar-hasht cheerey, lioarlan cheerey

inland (adj., adv.) antraie, antraieagh; cheerey: Inland sea - Keayn cheerey. DF idiom; cheusthie

grass roots (n.) bun ny cheerey: From the grass roots - Voish bun ny cheerey. DF idiom

of the country cheerey: On the other side of the country - Cheu hoal ny cheerey. DF idiom

baljyn-cheerey villages: lhig dooin aaght y ghoaill ayns ny baljyn-cheerey Bible

agronomic (adj.) farrys cheerey

agronomical (adj.) farrys cheerey

air2 (v.) (by heat) cheerey

country dance (n.) daunse cheerey

country girl (n.) doodee cheerey

country house (n.) thie cheerey

country town (n.) balley cheerey

depopulator (n.) cragheyder cheerey

folk music (n.) kiaull cheerey

folk song (n.) arrane cheerey

foreland (n.) kione cheerey, rinn

mapping (v.) jannoo caslys cheerey

midland (n.) mean ny cheerey

militia (n.) sidooryn cheerey

patriotism (n.) graih cheerey

political economy (n.) farrys cheerey

rural (adj.) cheerey

rustic (n.) bonkan, fer cheerey

sun-dry cheerey

torrefy (v.) cheerey

unpatriotic (adj.) gyn graih cheerey

villa1 (n.) thie cheerey

mooinjeryn peoples: cha row ad abyl dy loayrt rish mooinjeryn ny cheerey er-yn-oyr nagh row ad toiggal chengey ny cheerey Dhoor

agronomy (n.) farrys cheerey; farrys thallooin

country folk (npl.) mooinjer ny cheerey

country seat (n.) thie cheerey; steat-cheerey: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er- gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

countrywoman (n.) ben cheerey, ben choheeragh

cross country (n.) ratch tessen cheerey

cross-country (adv.) tessen-cheerey

drying chirmaghey, sloateilys; chirmee: Good drying day - Laa mie chirmee. DF idiom; sloateil: It's drying now - T'eh sloateil nish. DF idiom; cheerey: She's drying my coat at the fire - T'ee cheerey y cooat aym ec yn aile. DF idiom

grange (n.) thie cheerey, thie eirinagh

laird (n.) chiarn, chiarn ny cheerey

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

landscape painter (n.) peinteyr reayrtyn cheerey

local colour (n.) blass ny cheerey

military service (n.) shirveish cheerey, sidooraght

native customs (npl.) oashyn ny cheerey

native dress (n.) eaddagh ny cheerey

parch broie; cheerey; greddaney; greddey

patriot (n.) dooinney dooie; graihder cheerey

villages baljyn-cheerey

vulgar tongue (n.) chengey ny cheerey

steat-cheerey country seat

tessen-cheerey cross-country

towshan-cheerey survey

cape (n.) cloagey, kione cheerey, meayll, mooyl

folk dance (n.) daunse cheerey; daunse theayagh

guerilla war (n.) caggey cheerey, caggey keylley

harrier (n.) moddey mwoie; roieder tessen cheerey

home produce (n.) jantys thie, troaryn ny cheerey

land breeze (n.) geay cheerey, geay veih'n thalloo

language of the country (n.) chengey ny cheerey

law of the land (n.) leigh ny cheerey

lord of the manor (n.) chiarn ny cheerey

Map Gallery (n.) Laare son Caslyssyn-Çheerey

mull (n.) kione cheerey, meayll, mooyl; (v.) jannoo milljag jeh

national debt (n.) lhiastynys ashoonagh; lhiastynys ny cheerey

one horse town (n.) balley beg cheerey

peninsula (n.) kione cheerey, lieh-ellan, lieh-innys, lieh-inshey, rois

plotter (n.) co-chialgeyr, kialgeyr; oayllee caslys cheerey; cooyl-chleader

preservation of the country freayltys cheerey

production of a country (n.) jeeillaght cheerey

promontory (n.) gob, kione cheerey, meayll, stroin

territorial (n.) sidoor cheerey; sidoor ynnydagh; (adj.) thallooinagh

village green (n.) faaie balley beg cheerey

villager (n.) fer balley beg cheerey, theayagh

wall map (n.) caslys-cheerey boalley, map boalley

cottage hospital (n.) thie-lheihys çheerey, thie lheeys cheerey, thie-lheihys cott

Ramsey and District Cottage Hospital (n.) Thie-lheihys Cheerey Ardjyn Rhumsaa

son of the soil (n.) fer cheerey, mac ny hooirey

boghtyn (the) poor: deiney, as mraane, as cloan, as boghtyn ny cheerey Bible

guintee vulnerable; casualties, wounded: fud ny cheerey nee ny guintee gaccan Bible

reeaghyn See reeghyn kings: Nish ad shoh reeaghyn ny cheerey Bible

resoonit reasoned: Bee ny skeealyn shoh resoonit magh fud ny cheerey. Carn

air1 (n.) cheerey, loayrt mychione; aer: The rain has cooled the air - Ta'n fliaghey er veayraghey yn aer. JJK idiom; (v.) aeral, cur 'sy gheay; chirmee: Air the sheets - Chirmee ny brelleeinyn. JJK idiom

constitution1 (n.) callin: He has a wonderful constitution - Ta caillin yindyssagh echey. DF idiom; slaynt: He has a wonderful constitution - Ta slaynt yindyssagh echey. DF idiom; reill cheerey; jannoo co-yantys

doubtless (adv.) gyn dooyt: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; gyn ourys

headland (n.) gob; immyr; kione: To double a headland - Dy gholl mygeayrt kione-cheerey. DF idiom; rourey; stroin

law (n.) leigh: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; slattys

Onchan (n.) Connaghyn: Onchan Village Park - Pairk Valley Cheerey Connaghyn. DF idiom; Kione Droghad, Kiondroghad

park (n.) pairk: Onchan Village Park - Pairk Valley Cheerey Connaghyn. DF idiom; (v.) pairkal, pairkaghey

preservation1 (n.) freayll stayd vie, coadey; freayltys: Preservation of the countryside - Freayltys cheerey. DF idiom

production (n.) obbragh, gientyn, sheeyney, taishbyney, troarey; jeeillaght: Production of a country - Jeeillaght cheerey. DF idiom; jannoo: Cost of production - Costys jannoo. DF idiom

survey (n.) creear, reayrtys, towshan, towshan-cheerey; (v.) creearey, goaill towshan jeh, goaill baght jeh, towshaney

village (n.) balley beg: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; balley beg cheerey

assjee out of her: Ta'n eearroo jeusyn ta loayrt assjee fud-ny-cheerey tannaghtyn ec mysh 500,000. Carn

boanlagh abjects, litter, lumber, outcasts, rubbish: cha row veg faagit, er-lhimmey jeh'n boanlagh s'boghtey jeh phobble ny cheerey. Bible

cliaghtey (=Ir. cleachdadh, cleachd, Sc. cleachd) 1 pl. cliaghtaghyn acclimatization, acclimatize, custom, exercise, familiarization, fashion, formality, habit, institution, practise, profess, prosecute, prosecution, rehearsal, rehearse, seasoning, train, usage, use a: Cha nee cliaghtey ny cheerey eh. Bible; 2 (as trade) follow; 3 practice

coonseilagh councillor: Dooyrt yn Coonseilagh dy row eh ruggit as troggit ayns balley beg cheerey faggys da'n rheynn eddyr yn Rank as yn Spaainey. Carn

daaneyn poems: Va Illiam ny Vard cheerey, as screeu eh lioar elley jeh daaneyn chroo eh car ny mlein enmyssit, 'The Manxland Muse. Dhoor

dooinney seyr (=Ir. duine saor) gentleman: V'ou dty Resour Vannin, ard-ghooinney ny cheerey, v'ou gowit son dooinney seyr as dooinney creeney Trad Bal

freayll magh keep out: Va'n 'sleih dooie' geearree freayll magh lettyraght joarree as lhiantyn rish skeealyn ny cheerey as skeealyn yn theay. Carn

keilt incomprehensible: Cha row yn leigh keilt oc: dagh laa mean-touree Haink pobble ny cheerey dy eaishtagh da'n Ree Er Cronkan ny Thingvaal yn leigh fockley magh. Coraa; recondite

keiltagh secret: jarrood ny v'er haghyrt ayns Nerin tammylt beg er dy henney, raad va Commeeys y Thallooin reaghey çhaglymyn foawragh er fud ny çheerey as sheshaghtyn keiltagh, myr sampleyr, ny Guillyn Baney as ny Fir Rybban NNS

kiannoort pl. kiannoortyn captain, chief, chieftain, constable, deputy, governor, prince, ruler: ree Vabylon er n'yannoo kiannoort ny cheerey Bible

lagg hollow: ayns jiass yn ellan son yn çhirveish as er y raad smooinee ad dy row eh mie stappal son bine beg ec thie-oast ayns balley beg çheerey enmyssit Lagg GB

lheeish hers: Va ben-seyr ny cummal 'sy valley veg cheerey shoh, as s'lhee hene va'n bwaane, as s'lheeish myrgeddin thieyn elley ayns Doolish, as ny maylyn oc ry haglym. Coraa

magheryn 1 fields a: hooar ny froggyn baase ayns ny thieyn, ayns ny baljyn-cheerey, as ny magheryn Bible; 2 links

Meayll (Yn); (The) Mull: Creneash y chenn valley-veg-cheerey ta ny lhie fo Cronk Meayll, ayns y Jiass Coraa

mooar-chooishagh epoch-making; eventful: Cre'n sorch dy voghrey jesh v'ayn lurg fastyr mooar-chooishagh ronsaghey daa phairk cloie 'syn ard valley faggys da nyn malley beg cheerey. Dhoor; important

neuchasley rish unlike, different: Agh neuchasley rish Mannin va ram bratteeyn ny çheerey hene ry akin GB

pairk (=Ir. páirc) (f.) course, moorland, pasture field, untilled field: Pairk Valley Cheerey Connaghyn. DF; park, public garden: Hannah, t'adsyn er hroggal pairk son paitchyn aegey ec Faaie Craine. BS

pronnit filled; overcrowd: va shin pronnit stiagh ry cheilley ayns y valley beg çheerey shoh. NNS; stuffed: Agh dooyrt ee dy beagh y kayt pronnit ayns ard-ynnyd ayns taishbynys noa ta goll er troggal. BS

rouanyn disturbances, riots: Ta rouanyn er daghyrt ayns ymmodee baljyn fud ny cheerey. Carn

s'boghtey poorest: cha row veg faagit, er-lhimmey jeh'n boanlagh s'boghtey jeh phobble ny cheerey. Bible

s'broiee dirtier; dirtiest: Hie eh stiagh trooid Faubourg Saint-Marceau,62 as heill eh dy row eh 'sy valley çheerey s'broiee ayns Westphalia. CnyO

Skeerey Maghal Maughold: Er-lesh mooinjer ny cheerey Skeerey Maghal as paart dy chummaltee Balley Rhumsaa dy nee Rachel Looney va keayrt dy row baghey marish yn dooinney eckish, Yuan, ayns skeerey maghal Dhoor

Spaainey (=Ir. Spáin) (f.) (Yn) Spain: Agh neayr's hug Madrid seyrsnys dy liooar da rheynnyn cheerey ny Spaainey, ta Catalonish er jeet dy ve foddey ny stroshey. Carn

Teelan Noa (f.) (Yn) New Zealand: Ta'n Teelan Noa er chosney goo mie liorish troar-eirinys as liorish aalid ny cheerey Carn

thieyn houses: hooar ny froggyn baase ayns ny thieyn, ayns ny baljyn-cheerey, as ny magheryn Bible; homes

Traa Nollick Christmastide, Christmas time, Yuletide: Ec yn traa Nollick v'eh feer feayr heose 'sy valley beg cheerey. Dhoor

traghtallee sleab slavers: Haink traghtallee sleab er niart dys my valley veg cheerey er oie as cha dod shinyn shassoo nyn oi rish foddey. JC; slave traders

Vannin (gen.) See Mannin of Man: V'ou dty Resour Vannin ard-ghooinney ny cheerey, V'ou gowit son dooinney seyr as dooinney creeney Dhoor

yn (=Ir. an) 1 the a: Yn dooinney ta chiarn ny cheerey Bible; 2 of the: son va'n thie eck er voalley yn valley Bible

according (prep.) (to) coardail; coardail rish: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; reir: According to his wishes - Reir e yeearreeyn. DF idiom; rere: According to his version - Rere yn skeeal echeysyn. DF idiom

dress (n.) eaddagh: Native dress - Eaddagh ny cheerey. DF idiom; gooyn: A dress in white silk - Gooyn jeh sheeidey bane. DF idiom; (v.) baarey; coamrey; cur eaddagh er; cur mysh: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; jannoo coamrey da; jeshaghey; jesheenaghey; lhiasaghey; pollal; screebey; skeoghey; stolkey; kiartaghey

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

punished kerrit: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; smaghtee: And I punished them oft in every synagogue - As smaghtee mee ad dy mennick ayns dy chooilley synagogue Bible

rented er mayl: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

town (n.) balley: The river on the banks of which this town is situated - Yn awin er ny brooinyn ecksh ta'n balley shoh shassoo. JJK idiom; valley: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

trumpets (npl.) cayrnyn: And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams' horns - As nee shiaght saggyrtyn cur lhieu roish yn arg shiaght cayrnyn dy eairkyn rea Bible; trumpetyn: all the people of the land rejoiced, and blew with trumpets - ghow ooilley pobble ny cheerey boggey, sheidey lesh trumpetyn Bible

cur fo smaght bring under, discipline, repress, subject: Cha nee agh jannoo caggey ayns fendeilys ny moir-cheerey fodmayd cur fo smaght as fo chosh ny kied- wuillteyryn as cosney seyrsnys nyn jeer. GB

Rheynn Ynsee Department of Education: Ta'n treealtys çheet veih'n reirey jeh Club-Çheerey as Thie-Oast Cronk Murray, as yinnagh eh goaill stiagh bunscoill noa, veagh currit myr gioot da'n Rheynn Ynsee. BS

sornaig (f.) drain, sewer: Ta Mainshtyr Anderson gra dy nee Crowe EPH Çhiarmaanit hug ny sornaigyn stiagh, agh foddee dy row doilleeidyn elley goll rish piobyn brisht jeant ec coonreyderyn elley - cummeyderyn-çheerey (landscapers), myr sampleyr. BS

soshiallys socialism: Agh erskyn ooilley she dooinney v'ayn va toiggal nagh vel noidys erbee eddyr soshiallys as graih-cheerey. Carn

tannaghtyn bio survive: mastey ny Manninee-cheerey mysh keead blein roish my vaik mee soilshey'n laa va traaghyn creoi agglagh ayn as beign da sleih gleck as caggey dy tannaghtyn bio. Dhoor

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