crack1 chlash: The sweat is running down the crack of my arse - Ta'n ollish roie sheese chlash my hoyn. DF idiom; (n.) frap; gaaigey; scaaney; scoltey: Had the dish a crack? - Row scoltey ayns y jyst? JJK idiom; (adj.) jeh'n cheid chummey
cosnee will obtain, will redeem: cosnee eh yn reeriaght lesh brynneraght Bible; obtain; acquisitive, gainful; winning: Ta feed poynt ry-gheddyn son y chlash as my ta brock jeant nish bee yn caa cosnee aym spooillit dy bollagh. Dhoor
tip1 (n.) baare: The word was on the tip of my tongue - Va'n fockle er baare my hengey. DF idiom; chlash: They have gone to the tip - T'ad er ve ceaut magh. DF idiom; dooraght; faaue; (v.) cur faaue da; cur saayl er; cur yiarn er; irree; tig: Playing tip round the pool - Cloie tig mygeayrt y dubbey. DF idiom; yiarn
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