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


Inexact matches:

alarm clock (n.) clag dooishtee

chiming clock (n.) clag clingagh

clock in (v.) coontey stiagh, screeu stiagh

cuckoo clock (n.) clag cooaig

wall clock (n.) clag boalley

clag boalley wall clock

clag clingagh chiming clock

clag cooaig cuckoo clock

clag dooishtee alarm clock, alarum

screeu stiagh book, check in, clock in, write in

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

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

cluig 1 (npl.) bells, chimes a: ren ad cluig veggey dy glen airh Bible; 2 clock; 3 (gen.) of a bell

coontey stiagh check in, clock in: Troailtee-aer ta faagail yn Ellan, lhisagh ad coontey stiagh son nyn etlaghyn ny s'leaie na dy cliaghtagh. BS

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

cur da (expenses) allow; contribute, enhance, give over, give to, pass over: cha vel oo cur da barriaght ayns y chaggey Bible; beat up, belabour, clock, hammer, hit, lash, scold, thrash: By vie lhiam cur da'n chayt ayd agh cha bloys dou. DF; append; article to trade; bestow; ascribe

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