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cheh (=Ir. te) fevered, fervent, heated, hot, impassioned, passion, sexually precocious, thermal, warm: va corree yn Chiarn cheh noi Israel Bible; zealous [O.Ir. te]


Inexact matches:

cheh gaalagh steaming hot

cheh shoh (y) this one

cryss cheh (f.) torrid zone

dy cheh warmly

faastan cheh hot press

feer cheh baking hot: Nagh vel shiu smooinaghtyn dy vel eh feer cheh son traa ny bleeaney JJK

lhiabbee cheh (f.) hotbed

lhune cheh ale berry

oonley cheh hot bath

plait cheh hotplate

beiyn as fuill cheh ayn warm blooded

Coyr Pyaghyn Cheh Hot Pie Cabinet

geill ushtey cheh hot spring

kianglt 'sy cheh hidebound

ale berry (n.) lhune cheh

fervent (adj.) jeean; cheh

fevered cheh; greesit

heated cheh; chiowit; chiowt

hot (adj.) bio; cheh: That water is hot but this water is hotter - Ta'n ushtey shen cheh, agh ta'n ushtey shoh ny s'choe. JJK idiom

hot bath (n.) oonley cheh

hotbed (n.) lhiabbee cheh; ooig

hotplate (n.) plait cheh

hot press (n.) faastan cheh

impassioned (adj.) cheh, lossanagh

steaming hot (adj.) cheh gaalagh

thermal cheh; chermagh

torrid zone (n.) cryss cheh

warm (n.) brabbag; chiow; (v.) cur chiow da; (adj.) blah; cheh: There's no more warm milk - Cha nel arragh dy vainney cheh ayn. JJK idiom

baking hot (adj.) feer cheh; fuinney-heh

burning hot (v.) greddanagh; jiarg-cheh

hot spring (n.) geill ushtey cheh

red hot (adj.) jiarg-cheh

scalding hot (adj.) jiarg-cheh

warmhearted (adj.) cheh-chreeagh

warmly (adv.) dy blah, dy cheh

white hot (adj.) bane-cheh

bane-cheh white hot

cheh-chreeagh warmhearted

jiarg-cheh burning, burning hot, red hot, scalding hot

hidebound (adj.) chionn-chraitnagh, coon-enneeynagh, coon-inchyn, creoi-chrackanagh, kianglt 'sy cheh

Hot Pie Cabinet (n.) Coyr Pyaghyn Cheh

sexually precocious (adj.) cheh; er cannoo; jeean-appee

this one (y) cheh shoh; (yn) fer shoh; (y) jeh shoh

warm blooded beiyn as fuill cheh ayn

boggagh soften, steep: Ta broit cheh boggagh arran creoi. DF

broth (n.) broit: Hot broth softens hard bread - Ta broit cheh boggagh arran creoi. DF idiom

horns eairkyn: One must take the horns with the hide - Shegin goaill ny eairkyn marish y cheh. JJK idiom

hotter (adj.) choe: That water is hot but this water is hotter - Ta'n ushtey shen cheh, agh ta'n ushtey shoh ny s'choe. JJK idiom

meat (n.) feill: I should prefer cold meat to warm - Bare lhiam feill feayr na cheh. JJK idiom

No wonder (intj) Chan yrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

of summer souree; (y) touree: The sun is as hot as in the middle of summer - Ta'n ghrian cha cheh as ayns mean y touree. JJK idiom

passion (n.) cannid finnue, cheh, fargagh, fergagh, irree, mian, ouyl, paish, siyragh; ferg: He was in a passion - Va ferg erskyn insh er. DF idiom

sun goll sheear; grian: The sun is as hot as in the middle of summer - Ta'n ghrian cha cheh as ayns mean y touree. JJK idiom; grianaghey; grianey; ree yn laa

wonder gindys, yindys, yindyss; goaill yindys; nhyrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

zealous (adj.) caarjagh, çheh, eadolagh, geadee, graysoil; jeean: because he was zealous for his God - er-yn-oyr dy row eh jeean son ooashley e Yee Bible

aasoil growing: Ta'n ghrian corp aileagh sollys gial gloyroil breeoil as cheh, cur niart aasoil da'n theihll chammah 's soilshey. PC; vegetative

cheet roish come along, come before: Huitt eh magh eisht, oie feayr geuree dy row, va Harry cheet roish dy-valley jeeaghyn er e hoshiaght rish shibbyr cheh, er-yn-oyr v'eh feayr as accryssagh. Coraa; forestall; outflank; prelude

doaiagh See doaieagh respectable: cherubin skianagh 's foaysyn cheh graihoil ayns troopyn doaiagh aarloo farkiaght er PC

dy bog indulgently, softly: Heid yn gheay neear dy bog as cheh, bentyn da'n lieckan myr meir oikan. Coraa

faastit wrung: Mest ad dy-cheilley gys t'ad ooilley fud-y-cheilley, as gyn crammanyn; eisht kiangle eh seose ayns aanrit, faastit ass ushtey cheh, as spreiht lesh flooyr. Dhoor

feayr 1 chilly, cold, cool, frigid, frosty, icy a: Shione dou dty obbraghyn, nagh vel oo edyr feayr ny cheh Bible; 2 (of person) distant [O.Ir. úar]

lectraghys (=Ir. leictreachas) electricity: ta'n gas cheh chiow ushtey dy yannoo gaal, as ta ymmyd jeant jeh'n ghaal dy ghiennaghtyn lectraghys. Carn

smooinaghtyn dowin musing, meditation: Va my chree cheh er cheu-sthie jee'm ; as choud va mee myr shoh ayns smooinaghtyn dowin, ren yn aile greesaghey Bible; devices

burning foaddey; jiarg, jiarg loshtee, jiarg-cheh, jiarg-lossey; loshtagh; lossey; scoaldee; lostee: The burning fiery furnace - Yn coirrey aileagh lostee. DF idiom; lostey: The candles were burning brightly - Va ny cainleyn lostey dy-sollys. JJK idiom

hide follaghey; follaghtyn, keiltyn; keill: Go and hide behind the door - Immee as keil cooyl y dorrys. JJK idiom; follee: Don't hide my pen - Ny follee my phenn. JJK idiom; (n.) crackan; sheh: One must take the horns with the hide - Shegin goaill ny eairkyn marish y cheh. JJK idiom; oayll

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