co-choyrle (f.) concert; conference, consultation, council: Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed, Tony Brown, t'eh ayns Canada dy ghoaill ayrn ayns co-choyrle Loayreyderyn as Offishearyn Gurneilagh y Cho-unnaneys Goaldagh. BS
parliament (n.) ard-whaiyl: His advice pleased the king, the ministers, and parliament - By haittin lesh yn ree, ny hirveishee as yn ardwhaiyl, yn choyrle echey. JJK idiom; quaiyl; parlamaid, parliamaid
follit (=Ir. folaithe) (of turning) blind; bottled up, clandestine, classified, concealed, covert, cryptic, hidden, hush-hush, latent, private, private and confidential, secret, secreted, underground, veiled: ny gow uss ayrn 'sy choyrle follit oc Bible; untold
yndyr See gyndyr browse, graze, pasture: Yn ard-nieu balloo ta er yndyr er, as e chaghlaa mooar hug my hooill my-ner; liorish e choyrle vie ta mee neesht er ee, as baase cha hur mee, ny foast cragh erbee! PC
council (n.) co-choyrle, coonseil, coyrle, ard-whuaiyl; coonceil: By order of the council - Fo harey ny cooinseil. DF idiom; fer coyrlee, leighder, pleadeilagh, turneyr: Council for the defence - Turneyr yn 'endeilys. DF idiom; (the); (yn) whuaiyl
pleased booiagh: We shall be pleased - Beemayd booiagh. JJK idiom; my-haittin, my-haittyn: they told Saul, and the thing pleased him. - dinsh ad shoh da Saul, as byhaittin Bible And the thing pleased the king - As myhaittin lesh y ree, Bible; by-haittin: His advice pleased the king, the ministers, and parliament - By haittin lesh yn ree, ny hirveishee as yn ardwhaiyl, yn choyrle echey. JJK idiom
wickedly (adv.) dy drogh; dy holk; dy aggairagh: Will ye speak wickedly for God? - Jean shiuish loayrt dy aggairagh ayns lieh Yee? Bible; dy mee-chrauee: I have kept the ways of the Lord, and have not wickedly departed from my God - ta mee er vreayll raaidyn y Chiarn, as cha vel mee dy mee-chrauee er hreigeil my Yee. Bible; mee-chairys: God will not do wickedly - cha jean Jee meechairys Bible; dy neuchairagh: thou hast done right, but we have done wickedly - t’ou uss er n’yannoo dy cairagh, agh shinyn dy neuchairagh Bible; dy olk: for his mother was his counsellor to do wickedly - son er drogh choyrle e voir ren eh dy olk Bible; dy olkyssagh: thou thoughtest wickedly - heill oo dy olkyssagh Bible; dy peccoil: and have done wickedly - as er n’yannoo dy peccoil Bible
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