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clash bwoalley feiyr ass; caggey; meechordail: They clash - Ta meechoardail eddyr oc. DF idiom; tharmanaghey; tharmane

clash (f.) channel, cleft, gorge, groove, hollow, open furrow, race, rubbish tip, trench, vale: Ta'n ollish roie sheese clash e hoyn. DF; sewer

Inexact matches:

clash haauee (f.) saw pit

clash hrustyr (f.) rubbish tip; refuse tip

clash ingney (f.) thumbnail groove

clash ooill (f.) oil groove

clash raifyl (f.) rifle pit

clash scorrane (f.) key-way

clash ushtey (f.) moat; watercourse

Clash Doo Kione Thoar Black Trench Bleach End

clash ny sheeintyn (f.) cleavage

giarrey clash ayn groove

groove (n.) clash; (v.) giarrey clash ayn

rubbish tip (n.) clash, clash hrustyr

key-way (n.) clash scorrane

moat (n.) clash ushtey, jeeg

oil groove (n.) clash ooill

open furrow (n.) clash

refuse tip (n.) clash hrustyr

rifle pit (n.) clash raifyl

saw pit (n.) clash haauee

sewer1 (n.) sornaig; jeeig; clash

thumbnail groove (n.) clash ingney

bwoalley feiyr ass clash

meechordail clash

Black Trench Bleach End (n.) Clash Doo Kione Thoar

gorge1 (n.) bollagh, braaid, clash, scoarnagh; (v.) sluggey, jingey, pronney

vale (n.) clash, coan, coayn, couan, glion

tharmanaghey clash, clashing, crash, rumble; (of thunder) crack

cleft1 barney, clash, gaaig, scolt; rheynnit; scaaney; scoltey; scoltit; skeilt

channel (n.) ammyr: It was a Manxman who discovered the channel to Liverpool - She Manninagh ren feddyn magh yn ammyr gys Lerphul. DF idiom; barrey; bollagh; clash; clasheen; feddan; keyllys; piob; (v.) giarrey clasheen; giarrey saaue

cleavage (n.) clash ny sheeintyn; scoltey: There was a cleavage in the society - Va scoltey 'sy cheshaght. DF idiom

hollow1 (n.) clash, follym, lagg, laggan, sloc, slogh, sloghan, towl; (v.) folmaghey, jeeigey; slocagh: Hollow eyes - Sooillyn slocagh. DF idiom

trench (v.) clashal; (n.) clash; jeeg, jeeig: and he made a trench about the altar - as ren eh jeeig mysh yn altar Bible; lhen; trensh

watercourse (n.) arey, clash ushtey, gill, stroo; coorse ushtey: This same Hezekiah also stopped the upper watercourse of Gihon - Shohn Hezekiah cheddin yeigh seose coorse-ushtey Ghihon heose Bible

caggey (=Ir. cogadh) pl. caggaghyn battle, campaign, clash, combat, fight, scrap, war, warfare: va shee 'sy cheer veih caggey Bible; feud [O.Ir. cathaigid]

race (n.) area, arey, clash, race, stroo; dooghys, reis; ratch, ratçh: Leading car in a race - Gleashtan toshee ayns ratch. DF idiom; roie: His race is run - Ta'n roie echey roit. DF idiom; kynney: The human race - Yn kynney deiney. DF idiom; sluight: He comes from a long race of seafaring men - Marrinnee va'n sluight echey er dy rieau. DF idiom; fraue; (v.) ratchal, roie ratch


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