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clag pl. cluig 1 bell, blow ball a: clag airhey as pomegranate, rish chemmal y choamrey ooilley mygeayrt Bible; 2 clock


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clag aile fire alarm

clag baaish death bell, death knell, passing bell

clag boalley wall clock

clag clingagh chiming clock

clag cooaig cuckoo clock

clag dooishtee alarm clock, alarum

clag erin mass bell, sanctus bell

clag gaue alarm gong

clag greiney sundial

clag hryal (f.) millstone grit

clag lhuingey chronometer, ship's bell

clag merriu knell

clag mooghee curfew

clag oanluckee funeral bell

clag poosee wedding bell

clag raauee alarm bell, alarm gong, tocsin

clag sterrym storm bell

clag thummee diving bell

snaid clag-greiney (f.) gnomon

soieder clag bell-hanger

tead clag bell-rope, bell rope

bwoalley clag raauee gong

clag ny killagh church bell

clag ny merriu death bell, funeral bell, passing bell

clag yn ainle angelus bell, ave bell

cur clag er bell

cur magh bwoalley clag ring out

myr y clag clockwise

alarm gong (n.) clag gaue; clag raauee

death bell (n.) clag baaish, clag ny merriu

funeral bell (n.) clag ny merriu, clag oanluckee

passing bell (n.) clag baaish, clag ny merriu

clock (n.) clag: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; cluig; (v.) cur da

alarm bell (n.) clag raauee

alarm clock (n.) clag dooishtee

alarum (n.) clag dooishtee

bell1 (n.) clag, clageen; kiaullane: As soon as the bell rang, you awoke - Cha leah's woaill y kiaullane, ghooisht oo. JJK idiom; (v.) cur clag er

blow ball (n.) clag

chiming clock (n.) clag clingagh

chronometer (n.) clag lhuingey, cronommeyder

cuckoo clock (n.) clag cooaig

curfew (n.) clag mooghee

death knell (n.) clag baaish

diving bell (n.) clag thummee

fire alarm (n.) clag aile

knell (n.) clag merriu, clag-oanluckee

mass bell (n.) clag erin

millstone grit (n.) clag hryal

ship's bell (n.) clag lhuingey

storm bell (n.) clag sterrym

tocsin (n.) clag raauee

wall clock (n.) clag boalley

wedding bell (n.) clag poosee

angelus bell (n.) clag yn ainle

ave bell (n.) clag yn ainle

bell-founder (n.) clag-cheirdagh

bell-hanger (n.) fer cluig; soieder clag

bell-rope tead clag, tead cluig

click-clack (n.) clig-clag

clockwork (n.) clag-obbragh, obbyr chluig

gnomon (n.) snaid clag-greiney

rock alum (n.) clag-allym

sundial (n.) clag greiney, ooreyder greiney

clag-allym (f.) rock alum

clag-cheirdagh bell-founder

clag-oanluckee knell

clag-obbragh clockwork

clig-clag (f.) click-clack

bell rope (n.) tead clag, tead cluig

clockwise (adj., adv.) jeshal, lesh y ghrian, myr y clag

gong (v.) bwoalley clag raauee, bwoalley gong; (n.) gong

sanctus bell (n.) clag erin, kiaullane erin

ring out (v.) clinckal, clingal, cur magh bwoalley clag, frappal

ceaghley change, commute, modify, mutate: Ren eh ceaghley y clag. DF; mutation

pomegranate pomegranate: clag as pomegranate ooilley mygeayrt chemmal y choamrey Bible

buzz1 (n.) cronnane, sheean, skianys; (v.) jannoo cronnane, jean cronnane, thassaney; broo: Buzz the bell - Broo yn clag. DF idiom

church bell (n.) clag ny killagh: The church bell is ringing - Ta clagh ny killagh bingys. DF idiom

guarantee (n.) raanteenys; barrantys: Clock with guarantee for two years - Clag as barrantys daa vlein lesh. DF idiom; raane; (v.) cur raane son, goll raane er son

speaking abbyragh: The speaking clock - Yn clag abbyragh. DF idiom; cooisheraght; loayrt: Speaking disparagingly about him - Loayrt lesh jee-voylley mychione echey. DF idiom; taggloo: I heard them speaking - Cheayll mee ad taggloo. DF idiom

struck bwoaillit; labbit; poltit; screebit; woaill: The clock struck three - Woaill y clag tree er y chlag. DF idiom

will strike bwoaillee: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom

goll er oaie forwardness, get along, go forward, move forward, moving along: Ta'n clag goll er oaie un vinnid gagh laa. DF

lessoon (f.) lesson: Shoh lessoon niartal dauesyn ec y traa t'ayn ta shirrey cur y clag ersooyl as lhiggey da ny hunnaneyseyryn jannoo red erbee t'ad laccal ayns ny Shey Counteeyn. Carn

ring bingys, clinc, rhollan; (v.) cur fainey er, cur stroineen er, clinck, craa, clinckal, clinckeragh, glingal; broo: Ring the doorbell - Broo yn claggan. DF idiom; bwoalley: Ring the bell - Bwoaill yn clag. DF idiom; crie: Ring the bell - Crie yn kiaullane. DF idiom; (n.) bwoaillee, croa, fainney, kiarkyl, loop, paal, scoodyn; fainey: He pledged the ring - Hug eh yn ainey myr raane. DF idiom

start clishtey; clistal; cur er bun; cur toshiaght er; doostey; goaill toshiaght; immeeaght: We start tomorrow - Beemayd gimmeeaght mairagh. DF idiom; lheim; moostey; obbraghey; scarrey; spret; toshiaghey; toshiaght: From start to finish - Voish toshiaght gys jerrey. DF idiom; cur er obbraghey: Start a clock - Clag y chur er obbraghey. DF idiom

strike builley; bwoaillys; bwoalley: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; feddyn; labbal; lhieggey; spooghey; stholk; stholkey; troa; dy woalley; strugey; bwoaillee: It will soon strike three - Bwoaillee eh tree dy-gerrid. JJK idiom; bwoaill: Don't strike the dog - Ny bwoaill yn moddey. JJK idiom; bwoailley

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