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coodaghey cover: As nee ad coodaghey eaghtyr y thallooin Bible; blanket, cloak, coat, envelop, roof, shield, upholster, veil; closest: er-yn-oyr dy vel oo coodaghey oo hene ayns cedar Bible


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coodaghey cruinn wreathe

coodaghey lesh overlay: Y ghrian ergooyl beinn Ard ny Ngoair, As dy coodaghey lesh garmad airh, Soilshean er Beinn Nivish vooar, Beinn Nivish rish çheu Logh Linne. Dhoor

coodaghey lioaryn book binding

coodaghey ayns chiamble shrine

coodaghey dy mie muffle

coodaghey lesh airh gild

coodaghey lesh cassyl water jacket

coodaghey lesh kay befog

coodaghey lesh kinneigyn bread crumb

coodaghey ny sooillyn jeh blindfold

blanket1 (v.) coodaghey; (n.) lhuishag, lidjag

closest (adj., adv.) s'faggys; s'niessey; (v.) coodaghey

envelop (v.) coodaghey

upholster (v.) coodaghey, coodee

bread crumb (v.) coodaghey lesh kinneigyn

gild (v.) airhey, coodaghey lesh airh

overlay coodaghey lesh; quilt lhiabbagh

book binding coodaghey lioaryn; lioar chiangley

muffle coodaghey dy mie; follaghey; follaghtyn; muffyl; plooghey

shrine (n.) chiamble argid; (v.) coodaghey ayns chiamble; ynnyd casherick

befog (v.) coodaghey lesh kay; cur bodjal er; dallaghey; jannoo dullyr

blindfold (v.) coodaghey ny sooillyn jeh, cur doallag er; (n.) doallag; (adj., adv.) doalanagh

water jacket (n.) cassyl feayree, cassyl ushtey, coodaghey lesh cassyl, jaggad ushtey

wreathe1 (v.) coodaghey cruinn, cur slongan er, fainey, fee; plaittal

muinney innards, mesentery: yn eeh ta coodaghey yn mynnagh, as ooilley'n muinney Bible

cloak brat; breidaghey; breidey; ceau cloagey er; cloagaghey; cloagey: Hooded cloak - Cloagey bayrnagh. DF idiom and was clad with zeal as a cloak. - as hug eh mysh graih jeean myr cloagey Bible; coodagh; coodaghey

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

gross darkness (n.) dullyr dowin: the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people - nee dorraghys coodaghey yn thalloo, as dullyr dowin y pobble Bible

mercy-seat (n.) stoyl-y-vyghin: covering the mercy seat with their wings - coodaghey stoyl y vyghin lesh nyn skianyn Bible

shield (n.) bleayst, scaap, scape cruinn, skaa, skæ; (v.) coodaghey: Shield the eyes - Ny sooillyn y choodaghey. DF idiom; scape: The shield surmounts it - Ta'n scape er e skyn. DF idiom

veil (n.) breid, coodagh, curtan, veil; (v.) breidaghey, coodaghey, follaghey, keiltyn; curtan scarree: the veil of the temple was rent in the midst - va curtan scarree yn chiamble raipit veihmy Bible

Beinn Nivish Ben Nevis: Y ghrian ergooyl beinn Ard ny Ngoair, As dy coodaghey lesh garmad airh, Soilshean er Beinn Nivish vooar, Beinn Nivish rish çheu Logh Linne. Dhoor

cheet eddyr interpose, intervene, intervention: Lesh bodjallyn t'eh coodaghey yn toilshey, as cur sarey da, nagh jean eh soilshean, liorish bodjal cheet eddyr ad. Bible

diunid (f.) 1 pl. diunidyn deep, depth, gulf a: ta ny ushtaghyn coodaghey diunid ny marrey Bible; 2 rootedness

glessyn 1 binoculars; 2 glasses a: Ny glessyn, as yn aanrit-keyl, as ny hoodyn, as coodaghey nyn eddinyn Bible

hoodyn hoods: Ny glessyn, as yn aanrit-keyl, as ny hoodyn, as coodaghey nyn eddinyn Bible

myskid hatred, ill will, implacability, malevolence, malice, rancorousness, resentfulness, resentment, spite, spiteful hatred, viciousness, vindictiveness, virulence: Ta myskid doostey streeu: agh ta graih coodaghey dy chooilley pheccah Bible

scadooagh shadowing: va eshyn ny cedar thollee ayns Lebanon, lesh banglaneyn aalin, as lesh coodaghey scadooagh Bible

cover coodagh: Under separate cover - Fo coodagh er lheh. DF idiom; moggaid, brat, farkyl, coamree, coodee; breidaghey; gioal; keiltyn: It is only a cover-up - Cha nel eh agh keiltyn. DF idiom; mooinney; poagey screeuee; scaa: Under cover of your wings - Fo scaa dty skianyn. DF idiom; urrysaght; fastee: To break cover - Dy irree ass yn fastee. DF idiom; (v.) coodaghey; (y) choodaghey; cur harrish

fatness1 (n.) keishid, meeaynlys, thummyd; reurid: Because he covereth his face with his fatness - Er-yn-oyr dy vel eh coodaghey e eddin lesh riurid Bible; roauyragh; riurid; meeaylys: fatness of the earth, - meeaylys y thallooin Bible; saill: thou art covered with fatness - tou coodit lesh saill Bible; soo: my flesh is dried up for want of fatness - ta my eill shymlit son laccal soo Bible

roof (n.) clea, farvoalley, kione thie; mullagh thie, mullagh y thie: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; (v.) coodaghey, cur clea er, cur kione er, cur mullagh er, jeenaghey, sclatal

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