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children (npl.) cloan; lhiennoo: My love to your children - My ghraih da ny lhiennoo eu. JJK idiom; scollagyn; paitchyn: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; oikanyn; ponniaryn: I want the children to be obedient - Saillym ny ponniaryn dy ve biallagh. JJK idiom


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children's children (n.) cloan chlienney: and his righteousness upon children's children - as e chairys er cloan chlienney Bible; cloan ny clienney: and thy children, and thy children's children - as dty chloan, as cloan dty chlienney Bible; sluight

little children (npl.) cloan veggey: both little ones and women - chammah cloan veggey as mraane Bible

of children (gen.) clienney: neither shall I know the loss of children - chamoo vees fys aym cre ta baase clienney Bible

school children (npl.) scollagyn

bringers up of children (npl.) oaseiryn y chloan

Children and Young Persons Act Slattys Cloan as Sleih Aegey

children of the globe (npl.) clein ny cruinney

Department of Education and Children (n.) Rheynn Ynsee as Paitchyn

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

tribe (n.) kynney, mooinjer, tribe; eggys: He has a whole tribe of children - Ta slane eggys dy chloan echey. DF idiom; clein: These children form part of the tribe - Ta ny paitchyn shoh jeh'n chlein. DF idiom

ponniaryn children

scollagyn 1 school children; 2 lads a: Yn ainle ren mish y livrey veih dy chooilley olk, dy bannee eh ny scollagyn Bible; 3 children a: Ghow ad ny deiney aegey dy vlieh, as huitt ny scollagyn fon fuygh. Bible

clein ny cruinney (=Ir. clann na cruinne) children of the globe

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

clienney of children: chamoo vees fys aym cre ta baase clienney Bible

cloan veggey little children, toddlers: Eisht hug ad lhieu huggey cloan veggey Bible

paitchyn children: Lhig-jee da ny paitchyn cheet hym's Bible

Rheynn Ynsee as Paitchyn Department of Education and Children

Slattys Cloan as Sleih Aegey Children and Young Persons Act

amusing taitnyssagh; goaill soylley: He was amusing himself with his children - V'eh goaill soylley marish e phaitchyn. JJK idiom

beget (v.) geddyn: When thou shalt beget children, and children's - Tra nee oo geddyn cloan, as cloan dty chlienney Bible; giennaghtyn; gientyn

cruel (adj.) barb, barbaragh, deinaghtagh, deinyssagh; dewil: I should never have thought that a mother could be so cruel to her children. - Cha jinnin rieau er smooinaghtyn dy jargagh moir ve cha dewil da e paitchyn. JJK idiom; durey

earth1 cruinney: Children of earth - Cloan ny cruinney. DF idiom; coair thallooin; gei; kiangley thallooin; ooir; ooiraghey, thallooinaghey; thalloo: Before heaven or earth existed - Roish myr row ayn niau ny thalloo. DF idiom; towl; dowan

fairer (adj.) aaley; (ny) saalin: Thou art fairer than the children of men - Tou ny saalin na cloan gheiney Bible

foremost (adj.) red toshee; 'sy toshiaght: And he put the handmaids and their children foremost - As hug eh ny sharvaantyn, as y chloan ocsynsy toshiaght Bible

groaning (v.) soghal; (n.) osnaghyn: And I have also heard the groaning of the children of Israel - As ta mee myrgeddin er chlashtyn osnaghyn chloan Israel Bible

How often (interrog.) Cre vennick; Cre cha mennick: how often would I have gathered thy children together - cre cha mennick as va mish aggindagh ver haglym dty chloan cooidjagh Bible

markets (npl.) margaghyn: It is like unto children sitting in the markets - Tad goll-rish cloan ta nyn soie ayns ny margaghyn Bible

my love my ghraih: My love to your children - My ghraih da ny lhiennoo eu. JJK idiom

of earth (gen.) ooirey, thallooin; hallooin; (ny) cruinney: The children of Earth - Cloan ny cruinney. DF idiom

of refuge (dy) chemmyrk: and his children shall have a place of refuge - as ec y chloan echey vees boayl dy chemmyrk Bible; (dy) hauchys: and for a place of refuge - as son ynnyd dy hauchys Bible

presents (npl.) toyrtyssyn: Your children receive presents on New Year's Day, don't they? - Ta nyn baitchyn geddyn toyrtyssyn er Laa n'Ollick Beg, nagh vel? JJK idiom

pretty (adj.) breagh, bwoyagh; bwaagh: The garden is looking very pretty now - Ta'n garey jeeaghyn feer waagh nish. JJK idiom; aalin: He has two pretty children - Ta daa lhiannoo aalin echey. JJK idiom

shall I go (interrog.) jem: Shall I go up again to battle against the children of Benjamin my brother? - Jem seose reesht dy chaggey noi cloan Venjamin my vraar? Bible; jem's

sinew (n.) feh: the children of Israel eat not of the sinew which shrank - cha vel cloan Israel gee jehn feh ren shyrgaghey bible

spoil babbaney; caartrey; cragh; craghey; craght; jannoo brock jeh; milley: Don't let us spoil our children - Ny lhig dooin milley nyn baitchyn. JJK idiom; millit; orchal; spooilley; mhilley; roostey

taught (v.) ynsit: Moreover, by them is thy servant taught - Lioroosyn myrgeddin ta dty harvaant ynsit Bible; dynsee: and taught it the children of Israel - as dynsee eh eh da cloan Israel Bible

thus (adv.) myr shen; myr shoh; shoh myr; er yn aght shoh: Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel Er yn aght shoh nee oo loayrt rish cloan Israel Bible

widowhood (n.) treoghid; treoghys: the loss of children, and widowhood - baase clienney, as treoghys Bible

cloan (=Ir. clann) (f.) children, descendant, family circle: ayns trimshey ver oo cloan son y theihll Bible

cloan ny clienney (f.) children's children, grandchild: Chymnee eh da cloan ny clienney eu. DF

lhiennoo (npl., gen.) children: As chelleeragh deie ayr y lhiennoo, as dooyrt eh lesh jeir, Hiarn, ta mee credjal; niartee lesh my chredjue faase. Bible

oaseiryn y chloan bringers up of children: hug fer-reill y thie, as kiannoort yn ard-valley, yn chanstyr myrgeddin, as oaseiryn y chloan, chaghteraght gys Jehu Bible

oikanyn children: woaill eh Nob ard-valley ny saggyrtyn lesh foyr y chliwe, chammah deiney as mraane cloan as oikanyn, dew, as assylyn as kirree, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

sluight children's children, descendant, family, lineage, offspring, parentage, passage, posterity, progeniture, race, remnant, seed: ver-yms noidys eddyr uss as y ven, as eddyr y sluight ayd's, as y sluight eck's

as soon as cha leah as: And as soon as she saw them with her eyes, she doted upon them - As cha leah as honnick ee ad lesh e sooillyn, va yn aigney eck soit orroo Bible; cha leahs: for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children - son cha leahs va Zion er-troailt, hug ee son y theihll e cloan. Bible; erreish da: as soon as Isaac had made an end of blessing Jacob - erreish da Isaac ver choyrt e vannaght da Jacob Bible

bear1 (v.) brey, gymmyrkey, surranse, ymmyrk; ymmyrkey: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) nymmyrk; (to); (dy) hurral: They and their children have much to bear - Ta mooarane ocsyn as ec nyn baitchyn dy hurral. JJK idiom; surrys, hroggys; (n.) bear, clameyder, maghouin, muc-awin, mucawin; ceau

diligently (adv.) dy aggindagh: diligently to seek thy face - dy aggindagh dy yeeaghyn er dty hon Bible; dy beasagh: if ye diligently hearken unto me - my nee shiu dy beasagh geaishtagh rhyms Bible; dy jeadagh; dy jeidagh: Go and search diligently for the young child - Immee-jee, as shir-jee magh dy jeidjagh son y lhiannoo Bible; dy imneagh: and keep thy soul diligently - as freill dty annym dy imneagh, Bible; dy kiaralagh: And Moses diligently sought the goat of the sin offering - As ren Moses briaght dy kiaralagh mychione goayr yn oural-peccah Bible; dy kiarailagh: And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children - As ynsee oo ad dy kiarailagh da dty chloan Bible; dy tastagh: If thou wilt diligently hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God - My nee oo geaishtagh dy tastagh rish coraa yn Chiarn dty Yee Bible

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

forefathers (npl.) ayraghyn roin; shennayryn, shenn-ayryn: They are turned back to the iniquities of their forefathers - Tad er hyndaa reesht gys drogh- yannoo nyn shennayryn Bible; shennayraghyn: which he commanded our forefathers to teach their children - shen ren eh sarey nyn shenn ayraghyn dy ynsaghey da nyn gloan Bible

forsake (v.) faagail, neuhaaghey; treigeil: thou shalt not forsake him - cha jean oo treigeil eh Bible; dreig; treig: Forsake me not - Ny treig mee Bible; hreigys: But if his children forsake my law - Agh my hreigys yn chloan echey my leigh Bible

from the west neear; voish y neear: then the children shall tremble from the west - eisht been chloan er-creau voish y neear Bible; veih yn neear; veihn neear: For exaltation cometh neither from the east, nor from the west - Son cha vel stayd ard cheet veihn niar, ny veihn neear Bible; veihn sheear: Look how wide also the east is from the west - Jeeagh cre cha lhean as tan shiar veihn sheear Bible

I will meet veeitym; ver-yms meeiteil da: And there I will meet with the children of Israel - Shen y raad ver-yms meeiteil da cloan Israel Bible; ver-ym quaaltagh da: I will meet them as a bear that is bereaved of her whelps - Ver-ym quaaltagh daue myr y vuc-awin ta er choayl e quallianyn Bible

love1 (v.) cur graih da, graihaghey; ennoilid, ennoilys; goall, kynn; shynney: Whom do you love most? - Quoi smoo shynney lhiat? JJK idiom; graihagh: I love him with all my heart - Ta mee graihagh er lesh ooilley my chree. JJK idiom; graih: My love to your children - My ghraih da ny lhiennoo eu. JJK idiom; shynney lesh: I love my father - Shynney lhiam m'ayr. JJK idiom

number cooid vooar; coontey; dreaght; dreeaght; earroo: There was a large number of people there - Va earroo mooar dy leih aynshen. DF idiom; figgyr; meer; scuitch: She had a number of children - Va scuitch dy phaitchyn eck. DF idiom; (v.) cur earroo er; earrooaghey

span1 goll harrish; oor; reaish, reish: a span shall be the length thereof, and a span shall be the breadth thereof - bee eh reaish er lhiurid, as reaish er lheead Bible; reaysh: Shall the women eat their fruit, and children of a span long? - jean ny mraane gee mess nyn gorp hene, as cloan jeh lhiurid reaysh? Bivle; seihll: Our mortal span - Yn seihll ain. DF idiom; tammylt; towse ayns reishyn

subjection (n.) deyrsnys; injillaght; injilley; injillid; fo bondiaght: and brought them into subjection for servants - as dy gholl fo bondiaght son sharvaantyn Bible; biallys: Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection - Lhig dan ven gynsaghey dy feagh lesh slane biallys Bible; smaght: having his children in subjection with all gravity - as e chloan fo smaght lesh slane sheeltys Bible

wasted (v.) er ny juail; er ny uail; juaillit; jummalit; jummit; streelit; spooilley: Joab led forth the power of the army, and wasted the country of the children of Ammon - dy ren Joab leeideil magh ny reih deiney caggee, as ren eh spooilley cheer cloan Ammon bible; naardey: and they are wasted and desolate - as tad naardey as mow Bible

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