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cooid vog (f.) software

cooid (=Ir. cuid) (f.) assets, goods, helping, means, merchandise, part, possessions, proportion, resources, stuff, substance, supplies, valuables: as jeh cooid nyn ayrey t'eh er gheddyn ooilley yn verchys shoh. Bible; certain, some

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cooid chaggee (f.) munitions

cooid chailjey (f.) lost property

cooid cherraghtyn (f.) perishables

cooid chiart (f.) real assets

cooid chloaie (f.) stoneware

cooid chobbyr (f.) copperware

cooid choonee (f.) relief supplies

Cooid Chosmaidagh Cosmetics

cooid chreoi hardware

cooid chrooan (f.) enamel ware

cooid chymnit (f.) devise

cooid crayee (f.) ware, wares

Cooid Eaishtagh-Jeeaghyn Audio Visual

cooid eiraghtys (f.) hereditament

cooid elley (f.) remainder, remnant: huitt cooid elley jeh ayns thalloo mie Bible

cooid ennagh somewhat

cooid ghlonney (f.) glass ware

cooid ghroseyragh (f.) groceries

cooid hallooin (f.) real estate

cooid hauchys (f.) factor of safety

cooid heihllt (f.) lucre, worldly goods

cooid hie (f.) furnishings, furniture

cooid hoshee (f.) exordium

cooid hraghtee (f.) merchandise

cooid hraie (=Ir. cuid-thraith) (f.) jetsam

cooid hroggee (f.) building material

cooid jeant (f.) manufactured goods

cooid leaghagh valuables

cooid lhiettalagh limiting factor

cooid nadooragh natural resources

Cooid Neu-Vee Non-Food

Cooid Niaghan Laundry Aids

cooid phersoonagh (f.) personal estate, private property

cooid phrash (f.) brass ware

cooid ronney (=Ir. cuid-ronna) (f.) allowance, dividend, portion: Cur cooid ronney da shiaght, as myrgeddin da hoght ; son cha vel fys ayd, cre'n lhag-haghyrt hig er yn ooir. Bible

cooid seihlt (f.) (in will) estate; wealth

cooid shinc (f.) zinc ware

cooid sloo (f.) minimum

cooid stainnagh (f.) tin ware

cooid thie household goods

cooid veg somewhat: Ta shiu er ve cooid veg ard-vooaralagh. JJK

cooid veggan too little

cooid vianit desideratum

cooid vooar number: Cha row cooid vooar dy chloan ec e vraaraghyn Bible

cooid vredagh (f.) stolen goods

cooid yiooldagh (f.) minus quantity, quantity

goan cooid short rations

jeelym cooid (f.) remnant

scrutaght cooid (f.) means test

shapp cooid-hie furniture shop

traen cooid goods train

arrish cooid onneragh gyn kied pirate goods

ass cooid y veggan in a low degree

Bing Pholasee as Cooid (f.) Policy and Resources Committee

cooid cho-earrooder ry cheau (f.) computer consumables

cooid gagh hooill (f.) cynosure

cooid-ghlennee as niee (f.) cleaning and washing products

cooid gyn chiangley (f.) loose goods

cooid kionnit stiagh (f.) import

Cooid Lectragh, Thie as Gaihaghyn Electrical, Home and Toys

Cooid Lhiasaghey Thie DIY

cooid ny muick (f.) swill

Cooid ny Pingey Penny Portion

cooid ry cheau consumables

cooid-seihlt ny merriu estates of deceased persons

Cooid yn Imbagh Seasonal Goods

cooid yn vea (f.) necessaries of life

cooid y veggan (f.) little: As tra howse ad eh lesh omer, cha row veg harrish echeysyn ren mooarane y haglym, as ersyn haggil cooid y veggan, cha row dolley Bible

coyrt cooid fo gioalteeaght assets charging of

cur cooid da supply

cur cooid fo gioalteeaght assets charging of

cur cooid-hie ayn furnish

cur cooid-hie stiagh furnishing

dy slane ny cooid jeh wholly or partly

garrish cooid onneragh gyn kied pirate goods

goaill cooid er gioal distrain

goaill cooid jatter distrain

gyn cooid hie unfurnished

Ronsee Pabyryn-naight as Cooid-chlouit Explore Newspapers and Publications

distrain (v.) goaill cooid jatter; goaill cooid er gioal

remnant (n.) cooid elley, fooillagh, jeelym cooid, remlad, sluight

valuables (npl.) cooid leaghagh, cooid

somewhat (adv.) beggan; cooid ennagh; cooid veg; paart beg; red beg

ware (n.) cooid crayee; myn-chooid; cooid: And if the people of the land bring ware or any victuals on the sabbath day to sell - As ny yinnagh veg jeh pobble y cheer shen lhieu cooid, ny beaghey erbee er y doonaght dy chreck Bible

assets charging of (v.) coyrt cooid fo gioalteeaght, cur cooid fo gioalteeaght

pirate goods arrish cooid onneragh gyn kied; garrish cooid onneragh gyn kied

goods (npl.) cooid: We get goods from Paris - Ta shinyn geddyn cooid veih Paris. JJK idiom; maase

possessions (npl.) cooid: Possessed by possessions - Eeit seose liorish cooid. DF idiom; prug; cummallyn; seihlt

assets (n.) cooid

Audio Visual Cooid Eaishtagh-Jeeaghyn

brass ware (n.) cooid phrash

consumables (npl.) cooid ry cheau

copperware (n.) cooid chobbyr

Cosmetics (npl.) Cooid Chosmaidagh

desideratum (n.) cooid vianit

DIY Cooid Lhiasaghey Thie

enamel ware (n.) cooid chrooan

estate3 (n.) (in will) cooid seihlt, cooid-verriu

furnishings (n.) cooid hie

glass ware (n.) cooid ghlonney

goods train (n.) traen cooid

groceries (npl.) cooid ghroseyragh

hardware (n.) cooid chreoi; yiarnrey

helping (n.) (act) cooney; cooid

hereditament (n.) cooid eiraghtys; eiraghtys

household goods (npl.) cooid thie

jetsam (n.) cooid hraie, mooirchooraghyn

Laundry Aids (npl.) Cooid Niaghan

limiting factor (n.) cooid lhiettalagh

lost property (n.) cooid chailjey

lucre (n.) cooid heihllt

means test (n.) scrutaght cooid

minus quantity (n.) cooid yiooldagh

natural resources (n.) cooid nadooragh

Non-Food Cooid Neu-Vee

Partyware (n.) Cooid Ghiense

perishables (npl.) cooid cherraghtyn

personal estate (n.) cooid phersoonagh

private property (n.) cooid phersoonagh

real assets (n.) cooid chiart

real estate (n.) cooid hallooin

relief supplies (npl.) cooid choonee

resources (npl.) cooid; couyryn

short rations (n.) goan cooid

software (n.) cooid vog

stoneware (n.) cooid chloaie

supplies (npl.) cooid

tin ware (n.) cooid stainnagh

wares (n.) cooid crayee, myn-chooid; (v.) cur arrey da; cooid: When thy wares went forth out of the seas - Tra hie dty chooid varchan magh er yn aarkey Bible

worldly goods (npl.) cooid heihllt

zinc ware (n.) cooid shinc

cooid-veaghee victuals: dymmyrk mee feanish nyn'oï, gyn arragh dy chreck cooid-veaghee er y laa shen Bible

oghyr (f.) berry; roe, spawn: Ta cooid dy yeeastyn bishagh liorish spawn, oghyr as molg, as jeu cooid elley t'ayn, myr eeanlee, breh nyn ooh 'sy gheinnagh heh, as voue shen cheet yn dooghys t'ad hene jeh. PC; ochre

Baby Products (npl.) Cooid-vabban

cleaning products (n.) cooid-ghlennee

cynosure (n.) cooid gagh hooill; (Yn) Cheeaght

dividend cooid ronney; meer ronney

exordium (n.) ayrn toshee; cooid hoshee

factor of safety (n.) cooid hauchys

furniture shop (n.) shapp cooid-hie

leisure goods (npl.) cooid-hoccar

loose goods (npl.) cooid gyn chiangley

manufactured goods (npl.) cooid jeant; jeantys

merchandise (n.) cooid: She perceiveth that her merchandise is good - Tee fakin dy vel yn chooid eck vondeishagh Bible; cooid hraghtee; kionneeaght, margeeaght; marchanys; marchantys: but thou shalt not sell her at all for money, thou shalt not make merchandise of her - agh cha greck oo ee eddyr son argid; ny jannoo marchantys jee Bible; merchantys: And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you - As trooid saynt nee ad lesh goan cluicagh jannoo merchantys jiu Bible

munitions (n.) cooid chaggee; stoo caggee

part1 (n.) ayrn: He played a chief part in it - Va ayrn mooar echey ayn. DF idiom; cooid: Part of the way - Cooid jeh'n raad. DF idiom; lieh; meer: Part of the field - Meer jeh'n vagher. DF idiom; paart: I won't have any lot or part of it - Cha gowym aart ny paart ayn. DF idiom; ronney; (v.) paartail, scarrey, scarrey veih my cheilley; scoltey: Part one's hair - Dt'olt y scoltey. DF idiom

Penny Portion (n.) Cooid ny Pingey

Seasonal Goods (npl.) Cooid yn Imbagh

stuff (v.) pronney; (n.) stoo: what hast thou found of all thy household stuff? cre tou er gheddyn jeh ooilley dty stoo thie Bible; cooid: If a man shall deliver unto his neighbour money or stuff to keep - My ver dooinney argid ny cooid da e naboo dy hashtey Bible

substance (n.) berchys, cooid, stoo; bree

cooid-ghlennee (f.) cleaning products

cooid-hoccar leisure goods

cooid-seihllt property

cooid-seihlt estate: ta e chooid-seihlt er ny vishaghey er y thalloo Bible

Cooid-vabban Baby Products

cooid-verriu (in will) estate

allowance (n.) cooid ronney, lowance, lowanse, tortys

building material (n.) stoo troggee, cooid hroggee

computer consumables (npl.) cooid cho-earrooder ry cheau

devise chymnaghey; chymney; cooid chymnit; cummey

furnishing (v.) cur cooid-hie stiagh, greighey

in a low degree ass cooid y veggan

necessaries of life (npl.) cooid yn vea

Policy and Resources Committee (n.) Bing Pholasee as Cooid

remainder (n.) cooid elley, corrilys, fooillagh, mayrnaght, stoyr ronney

stolen goods (npl.) cooid vredagh, griu vaarlee; braid

swill cooid ny muick; strull; strulley

unfurnished (adj.) gyn cooid hie, gyn stoo thie, neughreit

wholly or partly dy slane ny cooid jeh

cleaning and washing products cooid-ghlennee as niee

Electrical, Home and Toys (n.) Cooid Lectragh, Thie as Gaihaghyn

estates of deceased persons (npl.) cooid-seihlt ny merriu

Explore Newspapers and Publications Ronsee Pabyryn-naight as Cooid-chlouit

furnish (v.) cur cooid-hie ayn, greighey, soiaghey magh

minimum (n.) cooid sloo; keim s'inshley, keim sloo; towse sloo; (adj.) inshley, loo

safety (n.) sauchys: Factor of safety - Cooid hauchys. DF idiom; sauchey

arrit offered, proffered: Cha row rieau cooid arrit mie. DF; removed; translated

molg (f.) milt: Ta cooid dy yeeastyn bishagh liorish spawn, oghyr as molg PC

shellooderys possession, proprietorship: Shellooderys y ghoaill jeh cooid. DF; ownership

stoyrit hoarded, stored: ta cooid y drogh-yantagh stoyrit cour yn er-cairagh Bible

fancy er lheh; fillosheragh: Fancy goods - Cooid fillosheragh. DF idiom; jesh; mian; mianey; sheiltyn; sheiltynys: It was all fancy - Cha row ayn agh sheiltynys. DF idiom; teiyt; thollane; yeearree

furniture (n.) cooid hie; stoo thie: Room crowded with furniture - Shamyr lung lane jeh sthoo-thie. DF idiom

import cooid kionnit stiagh; cur lesh stiagh, kionnaghey stiagh, ymmyrkey stiagh; foaynoo, keeayll; keeayllaghey

incapable (adj.) neuchummeydagh: They are somewhat incapable - T'ad cooid veg neuchummeydagh. JJK idiom; neufondagh

means aght: Have we the means to do it ? - Vel yn aght ain dy yannoo eh? DF idiom; ash; cooid; fort; saaseyn

offered arrit, heb; chebbit: Offered wares were never good - Cha row rieau cooid chebbit mie. JJK idiom; d'arr: She offered me a seat in her carriage - D'arr ee dou soiag ayns e carriads. JJK idiom

portion aart, ayrn, cooid ronney, cron, cronney, kuse, lott, lowance, meer, rheynn, rheynn er, ronney, skibbag, toghyr, cronchor

presumptuous (adj.) ard-vooaralagh: You have been somewhat presumptuous - Ta shiu er ve cooid veg ard-vooaralagh. JJK idiom; daanagh, daaney, kione-ard, mooaralagh

proportion (n.) cooid; coreir: The proportion that bears A to B - Yn choreir ta eddyr A as B. DF idiom; (v.) cur ayns coreir rish

quantity (n.) cooid yiooldagh, mooad; kuse: A quantity of salt - Kuse dy hollan. DF idiom

some ennagh, kuse; cooid; shiartance, shiartanse; shiartanse dy: Not for some days - Cha nel rish shiartanse dy laghyn. JJK idiom; paart: My daughter has got some - Ta paart ec my neen. JJK idiom


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