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Cheyll See keyll (Yn ); (The) Grove: Ta'n lion er jeet seose veih e cheyll, as ta stroider ny ashoonee er e raad ; t'eh er n'gholl magh veih e oayll dy yannoo dty heer ny hraartys Bible

cheyll (y) of the forest: Jean lion buirroogh ayns y cheyll, tra nagh vel eh er hayrtyn e chragh? Bible

Inexact matches:

Fo Cheyll Near the Wood

biljyn y cheyll thickets of the forest: As giaree eh sheese biljyn y cheyll lesh yiarn, as nee Lebanon tuittym liorish fer niartal. Bible

Cassan Cronnee Yn Cheyll Grove Museum Discovery Trail

Glion y Cheyll Wood Glen

Lioarlann Cheyll Darree (f.) Keyll Darree Library

Liorish y Cheyll Woodside

Thie-TashteeYn Cheyll Grove Museum

Grove (n.) (The); (Yn ) Cheyll

Woodside (n.) Liorish y Cheyll

Grove Museum (n.) Thie-TashteeYn Cheyll

Near the Wood (n.) Fo Cheyll

of the forest keilley: For all the beasts of the forest are mine - Son lhiams ta ooilley maase ny keilley: Bible; keylley: He built also the house of the forest - Hrog eh neesht thie keylley Lebanon Bible; (y) cheyll: wherein all the beasts of the forest do move - ayn ta ooilley beïyn y cheyll rouail mygeayrt Bible

spinney (n.) ros-cheyll

thickets of the forest (npl.) biljyn y cheyll: he shall cut down the thickets of the forest - giaree eh sheese biljyn y cheyll Bible; thammagyn ny keylley: and shall kindle in the thickets of the forest - as nee eh foaddey ayns thammagyn ny keylley Bible

Wood Glen (n.) Glion y Cheyll

bun-cheyll primeval forest

ros-cheyll (f.) spinney

Grove Museum Discovery Trail (n.) Cassan Cronnee Yn Cheyll

Keyll Darree Library (n.) Lioarlann Cheyll Darree

primeval forest (n.) bun-cheyll, keyll gyn yiarrey

d'ooree refreshed: D'ooree shin shin-hene ayns y cheyll. JJK

hunting shelgagh; shelgeraght; shelgeyragh; shelg: Hunting in the bush - Shelg 'sy cheyll. DF idiom

ourselves (pron) shin hene: We refreshed ourselves in the wood - D'ooree shin shin-hene ayns y cheyll. JJK idiom; shinyn

refreshed oorit; d'ooree: We refreshed ourselves in the wood - D'ooree shin shin-hene ayns y cheyll. JJK idiom

shall cut giaree: But the mountain shall be thine; for it is a wood, and thou shalt cut it down - Agh been slieau lhiats; son te ny cheyll, as giaree oo sheese eh Bible

wild boar (n.) muc feïe: The wild boar out of the wood doth root it up - Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

arjid highness: As yn oie shen ren ad towse arjid boalley yn ardvalley as lurg shen jannoo ymmodee aaraghyn cooie cour goll seose y voalley ass feygh ass y cheyll v'er gerrey da. GB

Awin Hulby (Yn) Sulby River: Myr shen t'eh goll sheese liorish Awin Hulby gys y cheyll ec Myroscogh, as t'eh loobey mygeayrt tree ellanyn. Chron

druiaghtagh enchanting, mysterious, romantic: er ny brooghyn breck rish blaaghyn, er ny eeanlee myr milley drilleeyn 'sy speyr, er yn cheyll soaral, as er yn vrack t'ayns kionys er yn reeriaght druiaghtagh shoh . Coraa; sorcerer, wizard

hyndaa er ash2 (dy); (to) turn round: Veeit sheshey Platt as yn meoir feiys oc, Murchadh MacRath, rhiu er y raad gys y cheyll as ren ben Platt guee orroo dy hyndaa er ash. NNS

lheimyderyn hoppers: Nee ad yn cheyll eck y yiarey sheese, ta'n Chiarn dy ghra, ga t'ad erskyn coontey, er-y-fa dy vel ad ny smoo na ny lheimyderyn-faiyr, as erskyn-earroo. Bible

loghanyn pools: Ren mee dou hene loghanyn ushtey, dy ushtaghey yn cheyll ta gymmyrkey biljyn. Bible

muc (=Ir. muc) (f.) pl. mucyn See muck grunter, hog, pig, swine: Ta muc feie ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

muc feïe wild boar: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck as ta maase feïe yn vagher dy chur mow ee Bible

reurey open up, sink, dig, root out, root up: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

reuyrey delve, dig, dig up, root, spade: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

roost (=Ir. rúsc, Sc.G. rùsg) See rooisht bark: Eisht roie ee trooid yn cheyll lhiggey da ny laueyn eck strooghey roost ny biljyn. Dhoor; peel, rind; pod; unmask [O.Ir. rúsc]

thicket (n.) croanane, garee; thammag: a ram caught in a thicket by his horns - rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible; keyll: The lion is come up from his thicket - Tan lion er jeet seose veih e cheyll Bible

wood1 (n.) aamaid; foiee; fuygh: Now put two or three pieces of wood on - Nish cur er ghaa ny tree peeshyn dy fuygh. JJK idiom; keyll: Don't lose yourself in the wood - Ny caill shiu-hene 'sy cheyll. JJK idiom; ros; magin


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