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clothes (npl.) coamrey; eaddeeyn: They haven't changed their clothes, have they? - Cha nel ad er chaghlaa nyn eaddeeyn, vel? JJK idiom; eaddagh


Inexact matches:

beat clothes (v.) sladdaney

clothes bag (n.) poagey eaddagh, poagey eaddee

clothes basket (n.) bastag eaddagh

clothes brush (n.) skeaban eaddagh

clothes drier (n.) cheereyder

clothes horse (n.) bock eaddagh, cleeah eaddee

clothes line (n.) streng eaddagh

clothes moth (n.) lhemeen eaddagh

clothes peg (n.) greimmag eaddagh, pinn eaddagh

clothes prop (n.) maidjey eaddagh, maidjey niaghan

linen clothes (npl.) aanrityn

long clothes (npl.) eaddagh lhiennoo

mourning clothes (npl.) eaddagh dobberan

old-clothes man (n.) fer shenn-eaddeeyn

old-clothes shop (n.) shapp shenn eaddeeyn

plain clothes (npl.) cullee cadjin

small clothes (npl.) breechyn glioonagh

Sunday clothes (npl.) eaddagh Doonee

swaddling clothes (npl.) aanrit soaillee

wearing clothes (npl.) eaddagh ceau

work clothes (npl.) cullee obbyr

clothes reduced to rags (npl.) eeaddeeyn giubbylagh

female working clothes (npl.) laplinyn

suit of clothes (n.) cullee eaddee

aanrit soaillee swaddling clothes

bastag eaddagh (f.) clothes basket

bock eaddagh clothes horse

cleeah eaddee (f.) clothes horse

cullee cadjin (f.) plain clothes

cullee obbyr (f.) work clothes

eaddagh ceau wearing clothes

eaddagh lhiennoo long clothes

greimmag eaddagh (f.) clothes peg

laplinyn female working clothes

lhemeen eaddagh clothes moth

maidjey eaddagh clothes prop

maidjey niaghan clothes prop

pinn eaddagh (f.) clothes peg

poagey eaddagh clothes bag

skeaban eaddagh (f.) clothes brush

sladdaney beat clothes, beetle

streng eaddagh (f.) clothes line

grave-clothes (npl.) eaddeeyn-vaaish

cheereyder clothes drier, electric dryer

cullee eaddee (f.) suit of clothes

eaddagh dobberan mourning clothes, sables

eaddeeyn-vaaish grave-clothes

fer shenn-eaddeeyn old-clothes man

breechyn glioonagh knee breeches, knickerbockers, small clothes

eeaddeeyn giubbylagh clothes reduced to rags

poagey eaddee cloak bag, clothes bag

shapp shenn eaddeeyn old-clothes shop

eaddagh Doonee (f.) Sunday clothes: V'ee ceau yn eaddagh doonee eck. DF

eaddeeyn wearing apparel: hug ad orroo nyn eaddeeyn Bible; clothes

best brod-; fare; fow laue yn eaghtyr er; geddyn barriaght harrish; geddyn y kione share jeh; share: He is dressed in his best clothes - T'eh ceau e chullee eaddee share. DF idiom

brush (n.) skeaban: Whose brush is this? - Quoi s'lesh y skeaban shoh? JJK idiom; (v.) skeabey: You have to brush your clothes - Shegin diu skeabey nyn eaddeeyn. JJK idiom

burned losht: Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned? - Vod dooinney aile y ghoaill ayns e oghrish, as gyn e eaddagh ve losht? Bible; lostit; scoaldit

put on (v.) chionney; cur er bun; cur er obbyr; ginsh breag; cur mysh: He put on his clothes - Hug eh mysh. DF idiom

treason (n.) traitoorys: Athaliah rent her clothes, and said, Treason, Treason - raip Athaliah e coamraghyn, asdooyrt ee, Traitoorys, traitoorys Bible

aanrityn linen clothes: Eisht ghow ad corp Yeesey, as hoill ad eh ayns aanrityn, lesh spiceyn, myr va cliaghtey ny Hewnyn dy oanluckey Bible

eaddagh (=Ir. éadach) pl. eaddeeyn cloth, clothing, drapery, dress, fabric, material, vesture: nee ad skeayley coodagh dy eaddagh gorrym Bible; clothes; apparel

cast off (v.) feaysley, feasley; jiooldey: and will cast off this city Jerusalem - as jiooldey voym yn ard-valley shoh Jerusalem bible; tilgey: For the Lord will not cast off for ever - Son cha jean y Chiarn tilgey jeh son dy bragh Bible; ceau jeh: And as they cried out, and cast off their clothes - As myr vad gyllaghey, as ceau jeu nyn eaddagh Bible

coamrey pl. coamraghyn (n.) apparel, clothe, clothes, clothing, costume, drape, dress, dressing, fit, garment, habit, raiment, vesture: dynsee yn Chiarn Jee dy yannoo coamrey dy chraitnyn dy choodaghey ad hene. Bible; (v.) cover up, dress up, endue, succour; repair: As ren ny Nethinimee va cummal ayns Aphel, coamrey gys yn ynnyd va jeeragh er y giat-ushtey lesh y shiar, as y toor cheumooie jeh. Bible; attire

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