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cooat arbyllagh frock coat, tailcoat

cooat pl. cooatyn coat: nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible

Inexact matches:

cooat beg undercoat: As ren e voir cooat beg da, as hug ee lh'ee eh huggey dy chooilley vlein, Bible

cooat dooblit double-breasted coat

cooat duffyl duffel coat

cooat eeastee fishing coat

cooat fastee top coat

cooat fastyr dress coat

cooat fliaghee raincoat

cooat keylley lumber jacket

cooat laatshit broidered coat: As shoh ny garmadyn nee ad jannoo, breast-plate as ephod, as garmad liauyr, as cooat laatshit, as mitre, as cryss

cooat markee riding coat

cooat mooar overcoat, top coat

cooat ollanagh pea jacket

cooat shamyragh dressing gown

cooat sidooragh great coat

cooat s'jerree overcoat

cooat souree blazer

cooat trensh trench coat

cooat Ultagh Ulster

cooat velvad velvet coat

croagane cooat coathook

crogheydane cooat coat hanger

pinney cooat coat peg

loobane cooat vooar overcoat loop

overcoat (n.) cooat mooar, cooat s'jerree

top coat1 (n.) cooat fastee, cooat mooar

cooat-caggee (=Ir. cota-cogaigh) coat of mail: hug eh er myrgeddin cooat-caggee

blazer (n.) cooat souree

broidered coat (n.) cooat laatshit

coat cooat: I shall buy a new coat - Kionneeym cooat noa. JJK idiom; (n.) brat, coodagh; (v.) coodaghey, cur brat er; jaggad

coathook (n.) croagane cooat

coat peg (n.) pinney cooat

double-breasted coat (n.) cooat dooblit

duffel coat (n.) cooat duffyl

fishing coat (n.) cooat eeastee

frock coat (n.) cooat arbyllagh

great coat (n.) cooat sidooragh

lumber jacket (n.) cooat keylley

pea jacket (n.) cooat ollanagh

raincoat (n.) cooat fliaghee

riding coat (n.) cooat markee

tailcoat (n.) cooat arbyllagh

trench coat (gen.) cooat trensh

velvet coat (n.) cooat velvad

coat hanger (n.) crogheydane, crogheydane cooat

overcoat loop (n.) loobane cooat vooar

undercoat (n.) cooat beg, fo vrat

cooat-doo minister

cooat-êilley buckler: ren Jehoiada yn saggyrt livrey da ny captanyn-keead, shleiyghyn as cooatyn-êilley Bible

cooat-shamyr dressing gown

coat of mail (n.) cooat-caggee; cullee chaggee

dress coat (n.) cooat fastyr, jaggad arbyllagh

buckler (n.) buckler, buggler, bukler; cooat-êilley; ejy; scape cruinn

broaidrail embroider: nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible

daaghyn colours: hug ad y cooat jeh ymmodee daaghyn gys nyn ayr Bible

dressing gown (n.) cooat shamyragh; goon-coamree: Give me my dressing-gown - Cur dou my ghoon-coamree. JJK idiom; cooat-shamyr

embroider (v.) breckey, jannoo grease, laatchey; broaidrail: And thou shalt embroider the coat of fine linen - As nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible; (story) daaghey skeeal

girdle (n.) cryss: a broidered coat, a mitre, and a girdle - cooat laatshit, as mitre, as cryss Bible; cryss tarragh; (v.) cur cryss er, cur tarragh er

I shall buy kionnee-yms; kionneeym: I shall buy a new coat - Kionneeym cooat noa. JJK idiom

seam (n.) junt, whomm, sheeg; seam: now the coat was without now the coat was without seam, woven from the top throughout - nish van cooat ooilley feeit, veih heose dy heese, fegooish seam Bible; co-haah; (v.) juntal, whaaley

Ulster (n.) cooat Ultagh; Ullee: The risen people of Ulster - Mooinjer irrit Ullee. DF idiom [Ir. Ulaidh]

chiangle bound, girded: As hug eh er yn cooat, as chiangle eh yn cryss mysh Bible

keeir (f.) blackish, cud, dark, darkish, darkly dull, dull grey, dusky, sable: Va'n shenn ghooinney mysh queig trieyn as reaish er yrjid as v'eh ceau bayrn keeir, cooat feer liauyr as troosyn gorrym lhean. MB

shenn ven (f.) ancestress; crone, old woman: Cha nel eh agh fritlag voish cooat ny shenn ven, cur er yn aile eh. Coraa

troosyn (=Ir. triús) knickers, slacks, tights; pants, trews, trouser: Va'n shenn ghooinney mysh queig trieyn as reaish er yrjid as v'eh ceau bayrn keeir, cooat feer liauyr as troosyn gorrym lhean. MB

drying chirmaghey, sloateilys; chirmee: Good drying day - Laa mie chirmee. DF idiom; sloateil: It's drying now - T'eh sloateil nish. DF idiom; cheerey: She's drying my coat at the fire - T'ee cheerey y cooat aym ec yn aile. DF idiom

girded (v.) chiangle: And he put upon him the coat, and girded him with the girdle - As hug eh er yn cooat, as chiangle eh yn cryss mysh Bible; cryssit: And thus shall ye eat it; with your loins girded - As shoh myr nee shiu gee eh; lesh nyn meeghyn cryssit Bible

minister (n.) airey, cooat-doo, jed, minishter; shirveishagh: And Moses rose up, and his minister Joshua - As hrog Moses er, as e hirveishagh Joshua Bible; (v.) shirveish: unto the priests that minister in the house of our God - gys ny saggyrtyn, ta shirveish ayns thie yn Jee ain Bible

seiy agitate, bear down, churn, churning, foment, fomentation, knife, litter, lunge, mixing, mixture, prod, propel, propulsion, protrusion, push, pushing, shove, shoving, stick, stir, stir up, thrust, tilt, tilting, transfix; (of bull) gore; upstroke; dipped: varr ad mannan jeh ny goair, as seiy ad yn cooatsyn uill Bible; troubled: ny diunidyn myrgeddin vad er nyn seiy Bible; wallow, muddy: jean aanrit-sack y chryssey mood, as seiy oo henesy leoie Bible; mingle, mix up: nee ad seiy ad hene fud sluight deiney Bible; stab: Lesh y chied seiy dy chosney yn varriaght DF; trouble: ren oo seiy ny ushtaghyn lesh dty chassyn Bible; mingled


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