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coayl (=Ir. caill) confound, damnation, lose, losing, loss, mislay, perish, suffer: Cha jean eh failleil ny coayl e chree Bible


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coayl anmey damnation, perdition: shegin dhyt oo hene y reayll voue, er nonney ve deyrit gys coayl anmey son dy bra CS

coayl bieauid stall: Ren yn etlan coayl bieauid. DF

coayl chooinaght amnesia

coayl coraa aphonia, loss of voice

coayl farvishey forfeiture

coayl glen dead loss

coayl lhuingey shipwreck: tri kyyrtyn va mi er my ghuysky rish slattyn: yn ghiyrt va mi er my ghlaghy, dulli mi tri kiyrtyn kall luinie: yi as la ta mi er me ayns y ghien douyn. PB1610

coayl miljid (as milk) go off

coayl obbyr redundancy: Lught y Rheynn Dellal as Jeadys, t'ad gra dy bee eh beggan ny sassey d'eddyn kiartaghyn noa da obbreeyn er y fa dy bee ad coayl obbyr harrish kuse dy veeghyn. BS

coayl uail loss

er coayl lost: veagh shoh'n cooilleen smoo baillish noid y ghoaill, Jee hene dy akin 'chroo noa goll er coayl! PC

slane coayl write off

coayl y chooinaghtyn loss of memory

coayl y cormid overbalance

cosney as coayl profit and loss

loss coayl: Profit and loss - Cosney as coayl. DF idiom; coayl uail; famman scryss; juail; juailys

damnation (n.) coayl, coayl anmey, deyrey, miolaghey, toyrt-mow; faagail mooie; mollaght mynney: Damnation on thee! - Mollaght mynney ort! DF idiom

losing cailljagh; coayl: I am losing my sight - Ta mee coayl yn shilley aym. DF idiom

amnesia (n.) coayl chooinaght, neuchooinaghtyn

aphonia (n.) coayl coraa

dead loss coayl glen

forfeiture (n.) coayl farvishey

mislay (v.) coayl

perdition (n.) coayl anmey

redundancy (n.) coayl obbyr, neuymmyrch

henoilaght identity: Tra ta sleih coayl yn chengey oc, t'ad coayl yn henoilaght oc as t'ad eginit baghey er y chemmal jeh henoilaght stroshey Carn

go off2 (v.) (as milk) breinnaghey; coayl miljid

lose (v.) caill; coayl: if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the widerness - as coayl unnane jeu nagh vel eh faagail yn chiare-feed as yn nuy jeig ayns yn aasagh Bible; (to); (dy) choayl: or have caused the owners thereof to lose their life - ny er chur orroosyn by-liesh ve dy choayl nyn mioys Bible; (to); (dy) choayll: A time to get, and a time to lose - Traa dy chosney, as traa dy choayll Bible

loss of voice (n.) coayl coraa

loss of memory coayl y chooinaghtyn; neuchooinaghtyn

overbalance (v.) coayl y cormid, lhieggey, tuittym

profit and loss (n.) cosney as coayl

write off scryssey; slane coayl; slane juailys

confound (v.) cur haart, cur naardey, cur sheese; coayl; (y) chraghey

perish (v.) cherraghtyn, fioghaghey, geddyn baase, jannoo dhone, shirgaghey; coayl

bieauid (f.) (pl -yn) pace, promptness, rapidity, speed, tempo, velocity: Ren yn etlan coayl bieauid. DF

breear seyr autonomous verb: Coayl y breear seyr Dhoor

kerroo oor quarter of an hour: T'eh coayl kerroo oor dagh laa. JJK

go off1 (v.) cheet gys jerrey schlei, faagail yn ardan, goll roish, lhiggey, traih, breinnaghey, coayl miljid; fioghey, goll eig, loauaghey

hour (n.) oor: It loses a quarter of an hour every day - T'eh coayl kerroo oor dagh laa. JJK idiom

I may foddym: I will come with what speed I may - Higym cha tappee as foddym. DF idiom I may lose - Foddym coayl. DF idiom

ledger1 (n.) lioar choontee: Profit and loss ledger - Lioar choontee vondeish as coayl. DF idiom

profit jannoo vondeish da, vondeishal, cosney; lhiass; vondeish: Profit and loss ledger - Lioar choontee vondeish as coayl. DF idiom; er son foays; foays

shipwreck coayl lhuingey; cur jerrey rish; lhongvrishey: To survive a shipwreck - Dy heet magh slane ass lhong-vrishey. DF idiom; mooirchoor; mooirchooir

suffer (v.) coayl, surr; fuillagh; fuillaghtyn; lhiggey; surral; surranse; surrys; surree: He'll suffer the scoff if he gets the lot - Surree eh yn flout my yiow eh yn glout. JJK idiom

ainjyssee acquaintances: Nee ooilley dty ainjyssee coayl nyn dappey er y choontey ayd's Bible

beggan er veggan gradually, little by little, piecemeal, progressive: She cowrey baghtal dooin eh jeh'n aght ta ny Manninee coayl, beggan er veggan, nyn lhiastid er nyn gultoor hene. Carn

danjeyr danger, peril: t'eh ayns dangeyr coayl-anmey dy bragh farraghtyn Bible

gorley disease, festering, malady: Sleih ta coayl yn chengey oc, cha nel ad surranse lesh gorley ta jeh beggan scansh. Carn

guilley drid bellboy, boots, buttons, errand boy, fag, flunkey, footman, message boy: Ren lught-reill Hostyn coayl impiraght vooar as ta ram Sostnee as guillyn-drid Celtiagh foast dobberan mysh shen Carn

keintyn classes: 2Ta three keintyn dy leih, as feoh ec my annym orroo: Dooinney boght as eh moyrnagh, dooinney berchagh ta ny vreagerey, as shenn vaarderagh, ta coayl e chooinaghtyn Apoc

kiartagyn (f.) household chores: t'eh gra nagh geayll eh veg mychione sleih coayl ny kiartagyn oc ec purt-aer Roonysvaie. BS; jobs

kirpey (gen.) of the body: Ny cowraghyn smoo cadjin, ta'd coayl ymmyd as kyrloghid ayns ayrn kirpey. Dhoor

moostagh moving, startling: Shoh skeeal mychione coayl cooinaghtyn as feddyn magh reddyn moostagh. BS

neunhee (=Ir. neamhní) cipher, nothing, zero, naught, nil, nonentity, nothingness: Son y chooid smoo, ta neunhee jeant jeh coayl-chengey. Carn

nuy jeig nineteen: Quoi yn dooinney ny mast' euish ta keead keyrrey echey, as coayl unnane jeu nagh vel eh faagail yn chiare-feed as yn nuy jeig ayns yn aasagh, as goll dy hirrey yn cheyrrey chailjey Bible

orrym-pene (emph.) on me, on myself: Shen ny va raipit liorish beishtyn, cha dug mee lhiam hood: ghow mee yn coayl orrym-pene; mish hass roish edyr eh ve geiddit 'sy laa, ny geiddit 'syn oie. Bible

peiagh erbee anyone, any person: Ta fir-stiuree Oik Postagh Ellan Vannin gra dy lajer nagh bee peiagh erbee coayl yn kiartey oc BS; nobody

shenn naim great-uncle: ta enn ec Jimmy Kelso er ny shenn deiney t'ayn jiu as adsyn coayl shenn naunt ny shenn naim sy schoill shen. GB

shenn naunt (f.) great-aunt: ta enn ec Jimmy Kelso er ny shenn deiney t'ayn jiu as adsyn coayl shenn naunt ny shenn naim sy schoill shen. GB

startaghyn jobs: Ec bunnys yn traa cheddin haink yn naight dy hed 200 startaghyn coayl voish BBC Highland as BBC Radio nan Gàidheal. Carn; situations

veyge voyage: ta mee cur tastey dy bee yn veyge shoh lesh mooarane coayl as assee Bible

stall bwaane: and the calves out of the midst of the stall - as ny lheiyee ass ny bwaneyn Bible; manjoor: And Solomon had four thousand stalls for horses - As va ec Solomon kiare thousane manjoor son cabbil Bible; coayl bieauid, cur 'sy stholl, scuirr; stholl; sthollal

baih (=Ir. ) drown: Baih ny quaillianyn DF; flood, merge, saturate, submerge: ayns ymmodee sayntyn olk as ommijagh, ta baih deiney ayns toyrt-mow as coayl-anmey Bible; elide; elision, inundation, submersion

Glion Mooar Sulby Glen, Great Glen; Glen Mooar: Va mooirchoor jeh lhong-hiaullee daa chroan ny lhie er y traie faggys da Glion Mooar, as Kione Yurby, as v'ee er ny coyrt seose myr slane-coayl. Dhoor

three See tree three: Three keayrtyn va mee custit lesh slattyn, un cheayrt va mee er my chlaghey, three keayrtyn duillee mee coayl-lhuingey oie Bible

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