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chloie played: tra chloie yn kiaulleyder Bible

Inexact matches:

arraghys chloie variety

ben chloie (f.) actress

chloie seose (dy); (to) strike up

co-chloie marish accompany

co-chloie snauee swimming match

cowrey aa-chloie repeat mark

crou chloie (f.) quoit

faaie chloie (f.) recreation ground

shamyr chloie (f.) playing room

er y chloie sport

jannoo far chloie foul

Yl-chloie yn Reeriaght Unnaneyssit as Nerin United Kingdom and Ireland Tournament

played bwoaillit; chloie: She played the wrong note - Chloie ee y notey aggairagh. DF idiom; cloiet

actress (n.) ben chloie

playing room (n.) shamyr chloie

quoit (n.) crou chloie, quoid

recreation ground (n.) faaie chloie

strike up (v.) (to); (dy) chloie seose

byplay (n.) fo-chloie

cup final (n.) cappan-chloie, kione-chloie

foul play (n.) drogh-chorrym; far-chloie

high jinks (n.) ard-chloie

long-playing (adj.) foddey-chloie

musical accompaniment co-chloie

mutual play co-chloie

operetta (n.) kiaull-chloie

play equipment (n.) cullee-chloie

recital (n.) aaloayrtys, kiaull-chloie

repeat mark (n.) cowrey aa-chloie

star turn ard-chloie

swimming match (n.) co-chloie snauee

tournament tournamint; yl-chloie

unplayable (adj.) do-chloie, neuchloieagh

ard-chloie high jinks, star turn

cappan-chloie cup final

co-chloie drive, match, musical accompaniment, mutual play

cullee-chloie (f.) play equipment

do-chloie unplayable

far-chloie foul, foul play

fo-chloie byplay

foddey-chloie long-playing

garroo-chloie rag

kiaull-chloie (f.) operetta, recital

kione-chloie cup final, final

mirril-chloie miracle play

roie-chloie prelude

yl-chloie tournament

final jerrinagh; jerrinaght; kione-chloie; scrutagh yerree

miracle play (n.) cloie mirril, mirril-chloie

prelude cheet roish; roie-chloie; roie-immeeaght

sport1 aittys; cloie; er y chloie; spoyrt; taishbyney

mooin cabbyl leapfrog: Dy chloie mooin cabbyl. DF

serenade kiaull oie: Serenade - Kiaull oie y chloie da. DF idiom; serenaid

dy corrym adequately, equally, evenly, fair, steadily: Dy chloie dy corrym. DF

mooie fo'n aer alfresco, open-air: Dy chloie mooie fo'n aer. DF

reaie merrier, merriest: Myr smoo yn cheshaght s'reaie yn chloie. DF

foul1 branglish, awane, breinn, breinnaghey, loau; branglish aggairagh, builley aggairagh; far-chloie; feodagh; neughlen; sallagh: Foul bottom - Thoyn sallagh. DF idiom; toghtit; jeeillagh; (v.) broghey, cheet sallagh er, jannoo far chloie, jannoo tramman, toghtey

leaping lheim, flipperaght; lheimyraght: To play at leaping - Dy chloie lheimyraght ghrommey. DF idiom

marbles (npl.) jallooyn marmyr; marmyreen: To play marbles - Dy chloie ny marmyreenyn. DF idiom

match1 cheet jesh da, piyral; cloie; co-chloie; foaddan; keilley; mac-soylley; sheshey; soyllaghey; troddan

United Kingdom and Ireland Tournament (n.) Yl-chloie yn Reeriaght Unnaneyssit as Nerin

variety (n.) arraghys, arraghys chloie, sorch, ym-yiense, yn-yiense; caghlaa: You have a great variety of vegetables here - Ta caghlaa mooar sorchyn dy lossreeyn aynshoh. JJK idiom

who (pron) ny; quoi: Who has forbidden you to play? - Quoi t'er n'obbal diu dy chloie? JJK idiom

caartyn carts: Ghow dew caartyn jeant jeh bolk as daa wheeyl vooarey. Dhoor; cards: va mish as daa ny tree deiney aegey elley cliaghtit goll keayrt ny ghaa dys y thie oc 'syn 'astyr dy chloie caartyn LC

meereiltys anarchy: sleityn noi sleityn, croink noi croink t'er chloie as ooilley gys meereiltys eajee roie. PC

nagh moo neither: Chamoo daink mee quaiyl rish kiaulleyder dooie erbee, nagh moo vel mee er chloie marish peiagh erbee elley Carn

piobeyr piper: Va'n brattagh tree-daahit er e choavin as chloie piobeyr ny shenn charryn. Carn

accompany (v.) co-chloie marish, freayll sheshaght rish, goll marish; bentyn gys: and things that accompany salvation - as reddyn ta bentyn gys saualtys Bible

drive1 chlo; chennid; co-chloie; eiyr, eiyrt, clohghey, greesaghey, lorgaghey, ruightey, shiaulley roish y gheay, sheebey; gimman: Can you drive? - Nod oo gimman? DF idiom; (n.) bayr; markiaght: He went for a drive - Hie eh son markiaght ayns gleashtan. DF idiom

perform (v.) cloie: To perform on a flute - Dy chloie er feddan-kiaullee. DF idiom; jannoo; cooilleeney: That which is gone out of thy lips thou shalt keep and perform - Shen ny ter ngholl magh ass dty veillyn nee oo freayll as cooilleeney Bible

rag (n.) buiggys clooidagh, clooid, critlagh, giubbyl, garroo-chloie; fritlag: He wore a rag for a shirt - Va fritlag er myr lheiney. DF idiom; (v.) kiapaghey

seek out (v.) feddyn magh, jannoo magh; briaght son: to seek out a man, who is a cunning player on an harp - dy vriaght son dooinney schleioil dy chloie er y chlaasagh Bible; shirrey magh: so will I seek out my sheep - myr shen neems shirrey magh my chirree Bible


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