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clink bwoalley cling ass; cling; clingeragh; glig; carchar; pryssoon: He went to clink - Hie eh stiagh ayns pryssoon. DF idiom

clink (f.) curvature; (running) twist; jingle; trick


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curvature (n.) cammid, clink

twist4 (running) clink

bwoalley cling ass clink

carchar clink

glig clink

clingeragh chime, clink: T'ad clingeragh ry-cheilley. DF

jingle clink; clinkal; clinkeragh: clinkeragh myr feiyr-chlig. - Jingling like the sound of a bell JK; gliggin; gligginaght; glingal

cling (f.) chime, clang, clink, ting, toll of bell, tolling: Ta cling yn stainney echey. DF; (of bell) tang; (of bell) toll

pryssoon pl. pryssoonyn brig, gaol, glasshouse, jail, lock-up, penitentiary, prison: bee shiuish freilt ayns pryssoon Bible; clink

trick1 (n.) cleays, click, clink, garrey, geayshteig, spring; (v.) molley; shayll: Trick at the wheel - Shayll ec yn stiur. DF idiom; cluic: Take a trick with the king - Cluic y ghoaill lesh yn ree. DF idiom; sponnag: The first trick is allowed - Ta'n chied sponnag lowit. DF idiom; crout: Shabby trick - Crout ghraney. DF idiom; cluke

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