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Arg conaant Ark of the Covenant: cha jir ad arragh, Arg conaant y Chiarn ; chamoo hig eh gys cooinaghtyn Bible

conaant caggee military pact

conaant caglee boundary condition

conaant kionnee purchase contract

conaant maillee H.P. agreement

Conaant Noa New Testament: Myr t'ou smooinaghtyn er-yn aght shoh cha nel feayn-skeealleydaght Ghreagagh, ny Cheltiagh, ny foddee eer Yn Conaant Noa feer screeuaght. Carn

er conaant conditionally, nisi, provided: Agh nee'm er y ghraih oc, cooinaghtyn er conaant nyn shenn-ayryn Bible

jannoo conaant covenant: t'eh gagh-laa bishaghey breagyn as toyrt-mow, as t'ad jannoo conaant rish ny Assyrianee, as ta ooil er ny chur lesh gys Egypt. Bible

conaant fo heal specialty

jannoo conaant jeh stipulate

jannoo conaant ry-cheilley associate

rere y conaant under the treaty

cur conaant-dellal nyn lhie er sleih (people) regulate

covenant conaant: In the same day the Lord made a covenant with Abram - Ayns y laa cheddin ren y Chiarn conaant rish Abram Bible; (n.) coardail; (v.) connantey, jannoo conaant, consent

treaty (n.) conaant: Under the treaty - Rere y conaant. DF idiom; margey

Ark of the Covenant (n.) Arg yn Eanish; Arg conaant: The ark of the covenant of the Lord - Arg conaant y Chiarn Bible; Arg y Chonaant: Take up the ark of the covenant - Trog-jee seose arg y chonaant Bible

bargain (n.) bargane: He drives a hard bargain - T'eh jannoo bargane creoi. DF idiom; conaant: They entered into a bargain - Ren ad conaant eddyr oc hene. DF idiom; (v.) conaantey

boundary condition (n.) conaant caglee

conditionally (adv.) er conaant

convention2 (n.) (treaty) conaant

H.P. agreement (n.) conaant maillee

military pact (n.) conaant caggee

New Testament (n.) Conaant Noa

nisi (adj.) er conaant; shallidagh

provided er conaant; kiarit

purchase contract (n.) conaant kionnee

specialty (n.) conaant fo heal

stipulate (v.) jannoo conaant jeh

stipulation (n.) conaant, kiangley

contract1 (n.) bargane; conaant: The contract will stand - Shassee yn conaant. DF idiom; coonrey: Enter into a contract - Coonrey y yannoo. DF idiom; (v.) barganey, troggal, tuittym fo; cheet dy ve ny s'girrey, craplaghey; conaantey; crapley; cribbey; girraghey, glooaghey, jannoo coonrey, shirgaghey

everlasting beayn: he hath made with me an everlasting covenant - teh er nyannoo rhym conaant beayn Bible; bragh beayn; bragh farraghtyn; dy bragh: thou art from everlasting - tou uss veih dy bragh Bible; dy bragh farraghtyn: that they may receive you into everlasting habitations - dy vod ad shiu y ghoaill stiagh gys ny ynnydyn vaghee dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; er-dy-rieau: thou art God from everlasting; and world without end - she uss Jee er-dy-rieau, as seihll gyn jerrey Bible; foddey beayn: for an everlasting possession - son cummal foddey beayn Bible; gyn scuirr; kinjagh: by an everlasting covenant - liorish conaant kinjagh Bible; son dy bragh: For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is everlasting - Son tan Chiarn graysoil, ta e vyghin son dy bragh Bible; vees gy bragh

under the treaty rere y conaant

compact (n.) co-ghloo; coardail; kishtey poodyr; (adj.) chion; conaant; cruinn; giare; cumir

formal (adj.) follym; formoil: Formal contract - Conaant formoil. DF idiom; neulhoobagh; oayshagh

curnal colonel: Ta conaant er ve jeant eddyr Curnal Duckenfield as mish. Dhoor

neem's I will: neem's conaant dy bragh farraghtyn y yannoo roo Bible

saillit salted: da e vec liorish conaant saillit; cured

agreement1 (n.) coardail, bargane, conaant; coardailys: They reached an agreement - Haink ad er coardailys. DF idiom

associate1 sheshaghtagh; (pref.) co-; coheshaghtagh; (v.) cosoylaghey, cur ry-cheilley, freayll sheshaght rish, goll ry-cheilley; jannoo conaant ry-cheilley

regulate (v.) (people) cur conaant-dellal nyn lhie er sleih; curmal; curmaghey; reill, reilley; stiur, stiurey

ayn rish foddey longstanding: V'ad shoh y fondid jeh conaant y fo-vainshtyr postagh enmyssit, as y briwnys d'arraghey yn offish phostagh veih'n voayl t'ee er ve ayn rish foddey, faggys da'n hymmyltane BS

Bee er dty hwoaie (intj) Careful now, Take care, Watch out: Bee er dty hwoaie, nagh jean oo conaant rish cummalteen cheer raad tou goll Bible

Boodeeyssyn Oarpagh European Communities: Slattyssyn Vannin ta bentyn rish ny Boodeeyssyn Oarpagh, t'ad goll er caghlaa dy chooilley cheayrt ta conaant noa goll er coardail syn Unnaneys Oarpagh. BS

cleaynagh (adj.) attractive, circumventory, coaxing, inclinable, inclining, slopewise, witching: Beign daue cur nyn enmyn gys conaant dy hirveish rish queig bleeaney, as eisht veagh ad seyr dy gholl boayl erbee ballloo; cheb cleaynagh rish deiney debejagh! Dhoor; (n.) addict, deviationist, pervert, tempter

Coonceil yn Oarpey Council of Europe: va bree currit da Conaant Oarpagh ny Myn-Çhengaghyn, ass lieh Coonceil yn Oarpey. Dhoor

eiraghtagh hereditary: hug eh yn twoaie da ny Manninee hene, er conaant nagh b'loys da Manninagh erbee shirrey dy fondaghey greim eiraghtagh erbee er thalloo erbee. Chron

feayn-skeealleydaght (f.) mythology: Myr t'ou smooinaghtyn er-yn aght shoh cha nel feayn-skeealleydaght Ghreagagh, ny Cheltiagh, ny foddee eer Yn Conaant Noa feer screeuaght. Carn

fondaghey1 establishment, ground: a'n cheshaght veg jeh ny Ellanee ren tannaghtyn marish, as hug eh yn twoaie da ny Manninee hene, er conaant nagh b'loys da Manninagh erbee shirrey dy fondaghey greim eiraghtagh erbee er thalloo erbee. Chron; perfect; prove

gyn croghey unhanged; without dependence: Red vees cur yindys er sleih ennagh, ta Ned Thomas smooinaghtyn dy noddagh reiltys Vannin shickyraghey'n conaant ny lomarcan, gyn croghey er reiltys y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit. Dhoor

jarroodit forgotten: lhig dooin lhiantyn gys y Chiarn ayns conaant shickyr nagh bee jarroodit. Bible

kiareyder provider, purveyor, resolver: T'eh er ny aggyrt nagh row bree currit da conaant eddyr Rheynn Slaynt as Shickyrys y Theay as kiareyder-kiarail gys traa lurg baaseyn Samantha Barton as George Green. BS

Mee Luanistyn (=Ir. Lúnasa) (f.) August: Ayns Mee Luanistyn va conaant reaghit eddyr Mannin, Nerin as y Ghoal ry hoi coadey yn skeddan. Carn

oaiagh abominable, perjured: T'ad er loayrt goan oaiagh ayns jannoo conaant: Bible; horrible; faced; falsely: son shickyrys tad goaill loo oaiagh Bible

reaghit cleared, combed, decided, determined, settled: Ayns Mee Luanistyn va conaant reaghit eddyr Mannin, Nerin as y Ghoal ry hoi coadey yn skeddan. Carn

traastagh (as defeat) crushing: conaant ry hoi jeeaghyn mysh beiyn, stashoon-barroose Ghoolish, meoiryn-shee er lheh, y chiallag ard-traastagh, as yn hingys millish. BS

perpetual (adj.) gyn scuirr, sheer-; foddey beayn: for perpetual generations - son sheelogheyn foddey beayn Bible; kinjagh: for a perpetual covenant - son conaant kinjagh Bible; kinjah: It shall be a perpetual statute for your generations - Bee shoh slattys kinjah da nyn sheelogheyn Bible; son dy bragh: I will make thee perpetual desolations - As ver-yms ort, dy bee oo dty hraartys son dy bragh Bible

meechoardailys clashing, disagreeableness, disagreement, discord, dissent, incompatibility, variance: sleih er nyn shirrey erreish da bing ardwhaiyllagh sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit v'er resooney dy row yn fendeilys leighagh jeh 'smaghtagh resoonagh' ayns meechoardailys rish Conaant ny h-Ashoonyn Unnaneyssit cour Cairyn ny Paitçhyn. BS


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