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chief (pref.) ard-; (n.) ard-er, ard-ghooinney, eaghtyrane, fer-syrjey, kiannoort, kionard, kione, kione reiltagh, toshiagh, triah; (adj.) mooar, toshee


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Boundary Chief (n.) Toshiagh Joaree

chief bard (n.) ard-vardoonagh

chief butler (n.) meoir thie

Chief Constable (n.) Ard-veoir-shee

chief council ard-chruinnaght

chief councillor (n.) ard-chooinseilagh, ard-choyrleyder

chief engineer (n.) ard-yeshaghteyr, preeu-yeshaghteyr

Chief Executive (n.) Ard-sheckter

chief executive (n.) ard-sheckter

chief festival (n.) ard-eailley

chief justice (n.) ard-vriw

chief man (n.) prime ghooinney

Chief Minister (n.) Ard-Choyrlagh, Ard-Hirveishagh, Ard-Shirveishagh

chief mourners (npl.) mooinjer y chorp; mooinjer y varroo

chief musician (n.) ard-chiaulleyder

Chief Nurse (n.) Ard-voandyr

chief officer (n.) ard-er-oik, ard-oikagh

chief officers (npl.) ard-oaseiryn

chief priest (n.) ard-saggyrt

chief secretary (n.) ard-screeudeyr

chief steward (n.) ard-veoir, meoir lhuingey

chief stewardship (n.) ard-veoirsnys, meoirsynys lhuingey

Chief Commercial Officer (n.) Ard-Offishear Dellal

chief corner stone (n.) ard-chlagh chorneilagh

Chief Executive Officer (n.) Ard-offishear Sheckteragh

Chief Executives Office (n.) Oik yn Ard-sheckter, Oik yn Ard-sheckteragh; Oik yn Ard-offishear Sheckteragh

chief financial officer (n.) ard-offishear argidoil

Chief Operating Officer (n.) Ard-offishear-obbree

Chief Secretary's Office (n.) Oik yn Ard-scrudeyr

commander in chief (n.) ard-anneyder

Deputy Chief Executive (n.) Lhiass Ard-sheckteragh

Office of the Chief Minister (n.) Oik yn Ard-shirveishagh

Steam Packet chief executive (n.) ard-sheckter y Phaggad Bree

Chief Executive of Isle of Man Post Office (n.) Ard-sheckteragh jeh Oik Postagh Ellan Vannin

Chief Executive of the Manx Fish Producers (n.) Ard-sheckter Kiareyderyn-eeast Vannin

Department of Education and Children Chief Executive (n.) Ard-sheckteragh y Rheynn Ynsee as Paitchyn

Office of the Minister and Chief Executive (n.) Oik yn Chirveishagh as yn Ard-sheckter

ard-anneyder commander in chief

ard-chooinseilagh chief councillor

ard-choyrleyder chief councillor

Ard-offishear-obbree Chief Operating Officer

ard-oikagh chief officer

ard-screeudeyr chief secretary

Ard-sheckter Chief Executive

ard-sheckter chief executive

ard-vardoonagh chief bard

Ard-veoir-shee Chief Constable

ard-veoirsnys chief stewardship, lord-mayorship

Ard-voandyr Chief Nurse

ard-yeshaghteyr chief engineer

kionard chief

kione reiltagh chief, demagogue

meoir lhuingey chief steward

meoirsynys lhuingey chief stewardship

preeu-yeshaghteyr chief engineer

prime ghooinney chief man

triah (=Ir. triath) chief

ard-chiaulleyder chief musician, master singer

Ard-Choyrlagh Chief Minister, Senior Adviser

ard-er-oik chief officer, superior officer

ard-offishear argidoil chief financial officer

Ard-Offishear Dellal Chief Commercial Officer

Ard-offishear Sheckteragh Chief Executive Officer

Lhiass Ard-sheckteragh Deputy Chief Executive

mooinjer y chorp (f.) chief mourners

Toshiagh Joaree Boundary Chief, Coroner

ard-sheckter y Phaggad Bree Steam Packet chief executive

meoir thie chief butler, major domo

mooinjer y varroo (f.) bereaved, chief mourners

Oik yn Ard-offishear Sheckteragh Chief Executives Office

Oik yn Ard-scrudeyr Chief Secretary's Office

Oik yn Ard-sheckter Chief Executives Office

Oik yn Ard-sheckteragh Chief Executives Office

Oik yn Ard-shirveishagh Office of the Chief Minister

Ard-sheckteragh y Rheynn Ynsee as Paitchyn Department of Education and Children Chief Executive

Ard-sheckter Kiareyderyn-eeast Vannin Chief Executive of the Manx Fish Producers

ard-vriw chief justice, supreme judge: hug y ree ansoor gys Rehum yn ard-vriw

Oik yn Chirveishagh as yn Ard-sheckter Office of the Minister and Chief Executive

mighty men (npl.) treanee; deiney niartal: same became mighty men - haink yn sleih cheddin dy ve deiney niartal Bible; deiney pooaral: and the chief captains, and the mighty men - as ny ardc-haptanyn, as ny deiney pooaral Bible

ard- (pref.) advanced, chief, dominant, great, prime, upgrade: Ta shin baghey noi yn ard-chiamble. JJK; arch-

ard-chianoortys supreme governorship; chief of the governors: hug eh da yn reill harrish slane rheam Vabylon , as yn ard-chiannoortys harrish ooilley deiney-creeney Vabylon

ard-chlagh chorneilagh chief corner stone: As troggit er undin ny ostyllyn as phadeyryn, Yeesey Creest hene yn ard chlagh-chorneilagh Bible

ard-chruinnaght (f.) chief council: Ta olteynyn Mec Vannin sursmooinaghtyn harrish treealtys ta Bernard Moffatt cur roish ard-chruinnaght vleeaney Carn; galaxy

ard-eailley celebration, chief festival, festival: Manninee va jannoo ard-eailley jeh'n chultoor as eiraght oc ec Balley Keeill Eoin Laa Tinvaal, dod ad feddyn magh ny ta sleih voish heeraghyn elley coontey jeh Mannin. BS

ard-er boss, chief, dignitary, superintendent: hoie mee myr yn ard-er ny mast' oc Bible

ard-ghooinney boss, chief, cornerstone, dignitary: quoi-erbee baillish ve yn ard-ghooinney nyn mast' eu Bible

Ard-Hirveishagh Chief Minister: Nee ad feeraghey ny s'anmagh quoi hie er enmyssey myr yeearreyderyn son y kiartey jeh Ard-Hirveishagh. BS

ard-oaseiryn chief officers: Cheu-mooie jeh ard-oaseiryn Solomon va harrish yn obbyr, three thousaneyn as three cheead, va reill harrish yn pobble va laboraghsyn obbyr Bible

ard-saggyrt (=Ir. ardshaggart; lat. arduus sacerdos) chief priest, hierarch, high priest, pontiff: Gow seose gys Hilkiah yn ard-saggyrt Bible

Ard-sheckteragh jeh Oik Postagh Ellan Vannin Chief Executive of Isle of Man Post Office

Ard-Shirveishagh Chief Minister: As eshyn goaill toshiaght dy loayrt mychione y chooish, vrie eh strane d'eyshtyn jeh'n Ard-Shirveishagh, Donald Gelling. BS

ard-veoir chief steward, Lord Mayor: Tra v'eh pointit myr ard-veoir Chorcaigh, va MacSuibhne er ghra dy row yn sleih va abyl dy hurranse ny smoo na sleih elley geddyn y varriaght sy jerrey. Carn

eaghtyrane president, superior, chief: Gyn ourys ta O Neill geearree cooney lesh Kennedy dy heet dy ve yn Eaghtyrane Americanagh. Carn [OIr. úachtarán]

fer-syrjey chief: Hug y Chiarn neesht taarnagh veih niau, as ren y Fer-syrjey coyrt e haarnagh: claghyn-sniaghtee, as smarageyn d'aile. Bible

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

mooar (=Ir. mór) pl. mooarey See vooar big, capacious, chief, commodious, extensive, extravagant, familiar, grand, great, heavy, intense, intimate, loose-fitting, major, marked, mega, mighty, powerful, tall: bee'n aarkey mooar hene eu son cagliagh Bible; (promontory) bold; (Jur.) grievous; difficult; huge [O.Ir. mór]

thie ooasle chief house: v'eh ard ghooinney harrish pobble, as jeh thie ooasle ayns Midian. Bible; mansion; villa

toshee1 chief, commencing, fore, forward, front, precursory, pre-eminent, prefatory, preliminary, primary, senior, terminal; (gen.) of the beginning: va nyn ayraghyn dooys myr mess toshee yn villey-figgaghsy chied imbagh Bible; pack

toshiagh (=Ir. toiseach, tosach, Sc. toiseach) 1 chief, chieftain, leader, premier; 2 offset; 3 toe; 4 forepart a: roie ad y lhong er grunt; as va'n toshiagh eck soit cha shickyr, nagh row ee scughey Bible; 5 first a: As dy jinnagh shin lhien yn toshiaght jehn theayst Bible

part1 (n.) ayrn: He played a chief part in it - Va ayrn mooar echey ayn. DF idiom; cooid: Part of the way - Cooid jeh'n raad. DF idiom; lieh; meer: Part of the field - Meer jeh'n vagher. DF idiom; paart: I won't have any lot or part of it - Cha gowym aart ny paart ayn. DF idiom; ronney; (v.) paartail, scarrey, scarrey veih my cheilley; scoltey: Part one's hair - Dt'olt y scoltey. DF idiom

kione (=Ir., Sc.G. ceann) pl. king bottom, closing, dyke, extreme, extremity, point, point of argument, poll; head, headland, top, top-end: Lhig da lhie er kione Yoab Bible; close, end, finish, termination: As tra vees dty laghyn ec kione Bible; chief, ringleader, tribune: tou er my reayll dy ve kione ny ashoonyn Bible; (of flower) top; (adv.) (y) apiece; mixed with; leading; (with expressions of time) after, in, within: As ec kione shey laa, ghow Yeesey Peddyr, as Jamys, as Ean e vraar, as hug eh lesh ad er-lheh seose er slieau ard Bible [O.Ir. cend]

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