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cleaysh (=Ir., Sc.G. cluas) (f.) 1 pl. cleayshyn ear a: Eshyn ta cleaysh echey, lhig eh clashtyn Bible; 2 cleat, handle, lug; 3 (of sail) corner; 4 top corner of net; 5 lappet [O.Ir. clĂșas]


Inexact matches:

cleaysh chiyt (f.) cat's ear

cleaysh chooag (f.) tell-tale

Cleaysh Lheeah Grey Ear

cleaysh lheeah (f.) large grey lichen, mouse-eared chickweed

cleaysh liauyr (f.) forbearing person, good listener, slow to answer; hare; long-eared

cleaysh lughagh (f.) mouse-eared chickweed

cleaysh scoltagh ear-splitting, earsplitting

cleaysh sthie (f.) inner ear

cleaysh voddee (f.) cuckoo pint

cleaysh vooie (f.) outer ear

cleaysh vuc (f.) birthwort

cleaysh woie (f.) hare's ear

cowrey cleaysh-cheyrragh sheep earmark

cur cleaysh listen: My ta fer-reill cur cleaysh da breagyn bee ooilley e harvaantyn olk. Bible

fainaghyn cleaysh earrings: Ny bonnettyn, as coamrey ny lurgaghyn, as ny rybbanyn, as ny beadyn grainnit, as ny fainaghyn cleaysh Bible

cleaysh y chur er hene prick-up ears

cleaysh yn shiaull mullee topsail tack

cur cleaysh da entertain, hearken: My ta fer-reill cur cleaysh da breagyn bee ooilley e harvaantyn olk. Bible

cur cleaysh er ear

fer ny cleaysh mooar hare

ear (n.) jeeas; cleaysh: He has an exquisite ear - Ta cleaysh ree-gheyre echey. DF idiom; (v.) cheet my yeish, goll my yeish; cur cleaysh er

mouse-eared chickweed (n.) cleaysh lheeah, cleaysh lughagh, lus y chengey veg

cat's ear (n.) cleaysh chiyt

cleat (n.) cleaysh, greimmag

corner4 (n.) (of sail) cleaysh

cuckoo pint (n.) cleaysh voddee

earrings (npl.) fainaghtyn; fainaghyn cleaysh

earsplitting (adj.) cleaysh scoltagh, poltagh

ear-splitting (adj.) cleaysh scoltagh, poltagh

forbearing person (n.) cleaysh liauyr

good listener (n.) cleaysh liauyr

Grey Ear (n.) Cleaysh Lheeah

hare (n.) cleaysh liauyr; fer ny cleaysh mooar; loaghtyn beg; mwaagh: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom

hare's ear (n.) cleaysh woie

inner ear (n.) cleaysh sthie

lappet (n.) cleaysh, cleayshag

outer ear (n.) cleaysh vooie

fainney-cleaysh earring: hug ad dy chooilley ghooinney da myrgeddin peesh dy argid, as fainney-cleaysh Bible

audiovisual (adj.) cleaysh-fakinagh; eishtagh-jeeaghyn

earring (n.) fainey chleayshey, fainney-cleaysh

large grey lichen (n.) cleaysh lheeah

long-eared (adj.) cleaysh liauyr, eairkagh, liauyr-chleayshagh

point-eared (adj.) cleaysh-virragh

sharp-eared (adj.) cleaysh-virragh

sheep earmark (n.) cowrey cleaysh-cheyrragh

slow to answer cleaysh liauyr

top corner of net (n.) cleaysh

cleaysh-fakinagh audiovisual

cleaysh-virragh (f.) point-eared, sharp-eared

birthwort (n.) cleaysh vuc, lus y ghientyn

hearken (v.) cur cleaysh da, eaishtagh; eaisht

listen (v.) cur cleaysh; eaishtagh; eaishtaghey; geaishtagh; geaishtaghey

lug (n.) cleaysh, lug, sleayder; (v.) tayrn mygeayrt

tell-tale chengey lhag; cleaysh chooag; inshagh

topsail tack (n.) cleaysh yn shiaull mullee

prick-up ears cleaysh y chur er hene; cleayshyn ry-chlashtyn er

entertain (v.) cur cleaysh da, cur giense da; oltaghey: They entertain a great deal - T'ad goltaghey dy mennick. DF idiom

exquisite (adj.) feer aalin; feer vie; ree-geyre: He has an exquisite ear - Ta cleaysh ree-gheyre echey. DF idiom

handle1 cass, cass doarnane, loaghtee; cleaysh; doarnane; illish; shout; holt; loaght; (v.) freayll rick er, obbraghey, stiurey

judgement (n.) briwnys: Listen with each ear, then render judgement - Eaisht lesh dagh cleaysh eisht jean briwnys. JJK idiom; reaylt; tushtey

music (n.) bingys; kiaull; kiaullee; kiaulleeaght: He has an ear for music - Ta cleaysh vie echey da'n chiaulleeaght. DF idiom

beadyn grainnit tablets: Ny bonnettyn, as coamrey ny lurgaghyn, as ny rybbanyn, as ny beadyn grainnit, as ny fainaghyn cleaysh Bible

drogh hengey naughty tongue: Ta drogh-yantagh cur geill da meillyn foalsey; as breagerey coyrt cleaysh da drogh hengey Bible

drogh-yantee transgressors: sooill cha vaik, cleaysh cha geayll, cha hoig rieau cree ny reddyn agglagh ta cour drogh-yantee. PC

giarrit jeh chopped: Va'n cleaysh giarrit jeh as lurg shen ren y kayt boght couyral. Dhoor

ordaag vooar (f.) big toe: As ren eh 'varroo eh, as ghow Moses yn uill echey, as shen y choyrt er baare cleaysh yesh Aaron, as er ordaag e laue yesh, as er ordaag vooar e chass yesh. Bible

rybbanyn headbands: Ny bonnettyn, as coamrey ny lurgaghyn, as ny rybbanyn, as ny beadyn grainnit, as ny fainaghyn cleaysh Bible

fainney See fainney-cleaysh ring: Eish nii ayd an lauyn y yasley riist as nii yn duyne phaniy y hoyrt d'yn ven, da ghurr shen er y lior marish yn ghayr hoalagh dyn tagyrt as dyn ghleriagh. PB1610

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