narrow (adj.) beg, chion, neurheamyssagh; keyl: Narrow stick - Maidjey keyl. DF idiom; coon: The narrow glen - Yn ghlion choon. DF idiom; cooney: Narrow tables - Buird cooney. DF idiom; (gen.) keylley; (v.) coonaghey, keyllaghey
close1 breen: It's very close - T'eh feer vreen. JJK idiom; chion: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; dooint, dooney; close; dooin; doont; faggys da; gloo; jeigh; jerrey; kione; plooghit; tayrn cooidjagh; faggys
near1 aare, chion; cheet er gerrey da; coair, coaïr, coair y cheilley, coayr; cruin; er cheu; er gerrey: Winter is drawing near - Ta'n geurey tayrn er-gerrey. JJK idiom; er gerrey da; faare; faggys da; faggys: Near is my shirt but nearer is my skin - S'faggys my lheiney agh s'niessey my chrackan. JJK idiom
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