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clean1 (adv.) dy bollagh; (adj.) glen: New brooms sweep clean - Ta skeabyn noa skeabey glen. JJK idiom; (v.) glenney: Clean thy shoes - Glen dty vraagyn. JJK idiom

clean2 (v.) (bed of plant); (dy) ghartlian

clean3 (v.) (long line); (dy) stholkey

clean pannier, potato creel, twig basket; cot, cradle: As tra nagh dod ee keiltyn eh ny sodjey, ren ee da clean dy hioonyn Bible


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clean anchorage (n.) akeraght ghlen

clean bare (adj.) glen-lhome

clean out (v.) glenney magh; rooisht: We are clean out of straw - Ta shin rooisht coonlagh. DF idiom

clean place (n.) boayl glen

clean technology (n.) chaghnoaylleeaght ghlen

clean teeth (v.) glenney feeacklyn

come clean (npl.) insh yn irriney

dry clean (v.) chirrym-ghlenney

squeaky clean (adj.) jiarg ghlen; slane ghlen

arrane clean berceuse, cradle song, lullaby

clean aile brazier, grate, hearth

clean kayt cat's cradle

clean keyl bassinet

clean scudlee luggage rack

clean ushag birdcage; bird cage

smarrey clean-aile grate polish

cur ayns clean cage, cradle

cradle (n.) clean: There's a man or two rocking a cradle of another's child - Ta dooinney ny ghaa leaystey clean nagh vel bentyn da hene. DF idiom; (v.) cur ayns clean

bassinet (n.) clean keyl

berceuse (n.) arrane clean

birdcage (n.) clean ushag

bird cage (n.) clean ushag

brazier clean aile; prasheyder

cat's cradle (n.) clean kayt

cot1 (n.) clean

cradle song (n.) arrane clean

pannier (n.) clean, murlhin

potato creel (n.) clean

twig basket (n.) clean

akeraght ghlen (f.) clean anchorage

chaghnoaylleeaght ghlen clean technology

ghartlian (dy); (to) clean; (of plant) bed

glenney feeacklyn clean teeth

jiarg ghlen squeaky clean

slane ghlen squeaky clean

stholkey2 (dy); (to); (long line) clean

clean-mouthed glen 'sy veeal

clean-shaven (adj.) glen-vaarit

dry-clean (v.) chirrym-ghlenney

grate polish (n.) smarrey clean-aile

hearth (n.) chiollagh, chollagh; clean aile

lullaby (n.) arrane cadlee; arrane clean

spring-clean (v.) cur glenney yn arree da; glenney arree

chirrym-ghlenney dry-clean, dry-cleaning, dry clean

glenney arree spring-clean

glen 'sy veeal clean-mouthed

glen-vaarit clean-shaven, smooth-chinned, whiskerless

luggage rack (n.) clean scudlee, cratch scudlee, latt scudlee

cur glenney yn arree da spring-clean

glenney magh clean out, clear away, discharge, scavenging

grate (n.) clean aile, grate, cleeah; (v.) cur cleeah er, jeestyrnee, screebey

shioon (pl -yn) bulrush: ren ee da clean dy hioonyn Bible

cage (v.) caaidjaghey, cur ayns clean; (n.) cage, caaidje; caage: As a cage is full of birds - Myr ta caage lane dy eeanlee Bible

crib (n.) manjoor; cratch: Where no oxen are, the crib is clean - Raad nagh vel dew, tan chratch follym Bible; (v.) jannoo coip jeh

I will sprinkle spreih-yms: Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you - Eisht spreih-yms shiu lesh ushtey glen Bible

new (adj., adv.) naighteragh; noa: New brooms sweep clean - Ta skeabyn noa skeabey glen. JJK idiom; noa-; oor

sweep builley; lhomey; sceau; skeabey: New brooms sweep clean - Ta skeabyn noa skeabey glen. JJK idiom; (n.) skeabeyder

boayl glen 1 clearing in forest; 2 clean place a: ver eh lesh magh y leoie cheu-mooie jehn champ, gys boayl glen. Bible

dy bollagh absolutely, clean, point-blank, quite, thoroughly, wholly, utterly: as neesht dy bollagh er roostey shin jeh ooilley nyn argid. bee yn chengey brisht dy bollagh ayns sheeloghe. Carn

glen (=Ir. glan) 1 chaste, clean, cleanse, clear, clear-cut, cloudless, downright, emphatic, fair, fresh-coloured, hygienic, peremptory, pure, sheer, to a T, undefiled, unpolluted, liquidate a: ghow eh jeh dagh baagh glen, as jeh dagh eean glen Bible; 2 (of refusal) flat; 3 (of vision) unclouded; 4 nett

glen-lhome naked, clean bare: T'eh er choyrt mow my villey-feeyney, as er roostey my villey-figgagh: t'eh er n'yannoo eh glen-lhome, as er yiarey sheese eh, ta ny banglaneyn echey bane-fiojit. Bible

insh yn irriney come clean: Ta mee cur ort dy insh yn irriney. DF

rooisht clean out, exposed, naked, nude, stripped, unclothed, unveil: Rooisht haink mee ass brein my vayrey Bible

dissolve (v.) boggaghey, cur ass bree; heose-lhag, heose-lhaggaghey; skeaylley: thou, whole Palestina, art dissolved - tou uss slane Palestina er dty skeayley Bible; lheie: the earth is clean dissolved - tan ooir dy glen er lheïe ersooyl Bible; lhieggal: and the palace shall be dissolved - as bee yn phlaase er ny lhieggal Bible

gather up (v.) chymsee seose: Gather up thy wares out of the land - chymsee seose dty chooid ass y cheer Bible; chymsaghey: And a man that is clean shall gather up the ashes of the heifer - As nee dooinney glen chymsaghey leoie yn cholbagh Bible; troggal

glenney (=Ir. glanadh) act of vindication, chip, clarify, clean, cleaner, clearance, discharge, dust, expurgate, freshen, grub, pay off, purge, purification, purify, rid, satisfaction, scale, scavenge, settlement, sink, weed, wipe; (honey) clarification; (as fowl) draw; (as metal) try out; cleaning; bathe: as glenney e chorp ayns ushtey Bible; cleanse: As nee eh glenney yn thie lesh fuill yn eean as lesh yn ushtey farrane Bible; glass

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