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cooie (=Ir. cuí) appropriate, apt, competent, congruent, decent, decorous, due, hereditary, meet, opportune, suitable, timely: Cur-jee da'n Chiarn y ghloyr cooie da e ennym Bible; singular; acceptable; comely; apposite


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cooie da applicable, befit: Er lhiam dy bee coorse CCSE jannoo foays da'n Ghailck er y fa dy bee lheid y coorse cooie da feallagh aeg as da sleih shinney neesht. Carn

dy cooie decent, duly, properly: Fockle ta loayrit dy cooie Bible

jannoo cooie qualify; suit: Nee shen jannoo cooie da. DF

leagh cooie reasonable price: Va'n leagh cooie. DF

sorch cooie appropriate type

tushtey cooie true knowledge: Cha vel doghan erbee sdangeyragh na dy ve fegooish tushtey cooie. EF

cooie dy chummal ayn habitable

ec y traa cooie at the proper time: eh nee Sarah gymmyrkey dhyt ec y traa cooie yn vleïn shoh cheet Bible

jannoo cooie da suit

jannoo cooie da coshee pedestrianization, pedestrianize

ve cooie da beseem: ve cooie da er dy chooilley aght dy ve jeant casley rish e vraaraghyn Bible

appropriate (adj.) cooie: That was the appropriate thing to say - Va shen yn red cooie dy ghra. DF idiom

suit cooish; cullee; daah; freggyrt da, jannoo cooie da, jannoo jesh da; shualtys; sooree; jannoo cooie

appropriate type (n.) sorch cooie

befit (v.) cooie da

competent (adj.) cooie, cummeydagh

congruent (adj.) coardailagh, cooie, freggyragh

decent (adj.) dy cooie, dy doaieagh, dy resoonagh, feeudagh; coar: He's a decent old body - T'eh ny henn ghooinney coar. DF idiom; doaieagh: He's a decent sort - T'eh ny ghooinney doaieagh. DF idiom; cooie

decorous (adj.) beasagh, cooie

hereditary (adj., n.) cooie, eiraghtagh

reasonable price (n.) leagh cooie

suitable (adj.) cooie, jesh; jeshey

true knowledge (n.) tushtey cooie

acceptable (adj.) booiagh; booisal: Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord - Prowal shen ny ta booisal dan Chiarn Bible; cooie: In an acceptable time have I heard thee - Ayns traa cooie ta mee er dty chlashtyn Bible; s'taitnyssagh: To do justice and judgment is more acceptable to the Lord - Dy yannoo cairys as briwnys kiart, te ny staitnyssagh dan Chiarn Bible; taitnyssagh

applicable (adj.) cooie da, jesh da

comely (adj.) aalin: For our comely parts have no need - Son cha vel ny oltyn aalin ain feme er shoh Bible; bwaagh: Thy cheeks are comely with rows of jewels - Ta dty cheeillyn bwaagh soit magh lesh roaghyn dy yewellyn Bible; bwoyagh; cooie: but for that which is comely - agh son shen ny ta cooie Bible; feudagh: it is good and comely for one to eat and to drink - te mie as feudagh son peccagh dy ee as dy iu Bible; fakinagh, graysoil; jesh: is it comely that a woman pray unto God uncovered? - vel eh jesh da ben dy yannoo padjer gys Jee as y kione eck gyn coodagh? Bible; stoamey: There be three things which go well, yea, four are comely in going - Ta ayn three cretooryn ta shooyl dy mie; as eer yn chiarroo ta stoamey ayns gimmeeaght Bible; stoamid: I will not conceal his parts, nor his power, nor his comely proportion - Cha jean-ym keiltyn e oltyn, ny e hroshid, ny stoamid cummey e niart. Bible

opportune (adj.) caaoil, cooie, emshiroil, traaoil

pedestrianization (n.) jannoo cooie da coshee

pedestrianize (v.) jannoo cooie da coshee

apposite (adj.) kiart; jesh; cooie; corrym; traaoil

at the proper time ec y traa cooie

beseem (v.) cheet jesh da, ve cooie da

duly (adv.) ayns traa, dy cooie, myr s'cair

habitable cooie dy chummal ayn; yn-vaghey ayn

qualify (v.) aarlaghey, cur coontey jeh, jannoo cooie, kiartaghey

singular neuchadjin; unnaneagh; unnaneys; ynrican; cooie; quaagh; joarree; dagh

timely (adj., adv.) ammoil, anugh, ayns traa, caaoil, cooie, emshiroil, moghey, traaoil

errooid cultivation, tillage: Ta ooilley'n thalloo shen cooie son errooid. NNS; ploughmanship

errooid husbandry: Ta ooilley'n thalloo shen cooie son errooid. NNS

ommydan pl. ommydanyn fool: Cha vel goan creeney cooie da ommydan Bible

rait said, spoken: Son shickyrys te cooie dy ve rait rish Jee Bible

S'bastagh (intj) What a shame: S'bastagh nagh vel obbyr dy-liooar cooie daue. Carn

toilchinys desert, merit: ta shin er gheddyn toilchinys cooie yn jannoo ain Bible

toorran shock: myr ta toorran arroo cheet stiagh 'syn imbagh cooie Bible

apt1 (adj.) aghtal: all that were strong and apt for war - ooilley ny va trean as aghtal son caggey Bible; cooie; traaoil

due appee; cair: Obedience is due to the law - Ta biallys cair da'n leigh. JJK idiom; jeeragh; kiart; kyndagh rish; ry-heet; yn-eeck; cooie

holiness (n.) casherickys: holiness becometh thine house for ever - ta casherickys cooie da dty hie son dy bragh Bible

meet1 (adj.) cooie, kiart; quail; cheet quail, goll quail; (ny) whail: I happened to meet him near the church - Haink mee ny whail er-gerrey da'n cheeill. JJK idiom

nine nuy: A stitch in time saves nine - Ta greim ayns traa cooie sauail nuy. JJK idiom

properly (adv.) dy cairagh, dy cooie; dy kiart: I can't word the letter properly - Cha noddym fockley y screeuyn dy kiart. DF idiom

stitch fuailley; greim 'sy lhiattee; greimmey; guin; lhoob; staik; whaaley; greim: A stitch in time saves nine - Ta greim ayns traa cooie sauail nuy. JJK idiom

arjid highness: As yn oie shen ren ad towse arjid boalley yn ardvalley as lurg shen jannoo ymmodee aaraghyn cooie cour goll seose y voalley ass feygh ass y cheyll v'er gerrey da. GB

bioghee animate, enliven, quicken: Va dor'ghys harrish ooilley'n diunid reill agh sp'ryd mie Yee er baare yn ushtey skeayl e skianyn bioghee, cur bree as troshid cooie ayns brein dagh rass dy ymmyrk' magh e ghooie. PC

Boayl Chirrym Dry Place: Cha nel Juan cur fys dooin foast cre'n obbyr ry yannoo, agh dooyrt eh dy vel boayl chirrym, as cooie da pairkal ny gleashtanyn reihit echey son yn astyr shoh. Dhoor

cabbyl caggee charger, war horse: Cha row eh goaill tayrn dy mennick agh heill mee dy beagh "Cabbyl Caggee" tombaghey cooie er e hon. MB

conveyrt carcases, carcasses: Agh ayns Mannin, ta Bob Carswell gra dy beagh eh ny smoo cooie dy oanluckey ny conveyrt. BS

cooney (=Ir. cúnamh) aid, assistance, co-operation, defence, dole, help, helping, support: cha row cooney cooie er ny gheddyn Bible; contribution; narrow

daahagh coloured: Ayns 1956, dooyrt reiltys Nerin Twoaie nagh row lioar teks Yernish cooie er y fa dy row brattagh beg tree-daahagh ry-akin cheu-sthie jeh! Carn; stainable

doilleeys hardship; difficulty: Ta feallagh elley lhiggey orroo dy vel yn dooilleeys dy hoiggal ny Scriptyryn wheesh shen dy vel ad cooie dy ve'r nyn lhaih ynrican liorish saggyrtyn, as deiney ard-ynsit. Hom; stiffness

earishlioar (=Ir. irisleabhar) (f.) magazine, periodical, review: Chionnee mee pabyr Baarlagh veih Ynys Mon as mish treishteil dy beagh skeeal ny ghaa ayn veagh cooie dy screeu mychione ayns Gailck ayns earishlioar Celtiagh. Carn

frass pl. frassyn rainfall, shower: ver-ym er y frass dy heet sheese ayns e imbagh cooie Bible

freayltys conservation, preservation: Ard-Offishear cour Cretooryn Feie as Freayltys, Liz Charter, t'ee gra dy nhegin obbyr goll er jannoo ec ny h-ooigyn-shillee roish my vees ad cooie. BS

gollish exudation, perspire, sweat, sweating: ayns traa cooie va shin goaill bine dy lhune losserey cheu mooie thie-thooit 'sy valley beg Cregneash son va chiass mie ayn as va shin gollish lurg yn laboraght ain. MB

hessal (dy); (to) assess: V'adsyn shirrit dy hessal beagh eh cooie yn peer y yannoo ass y noa. BS

jeant dy mie well done: Ta mee dy hickyraghey diu, ayns y chooish shoh dy vel ooilley jeant dy mie, as cordail rish oardagh cooie, mychione bashtey yn Lhiannoo shoh PB1765

lannoon aeg happy pair: as cha row gennallys ny cloie gyn loght, ry-laccal dauesyn nish, lheid shen va cooie da lannoon aeg noa-poost, gyn smooinaght' er cre oddagh taghyrt foast. PC

lesh ammys admiringly: Cur-jee da'n Chiarn yn gloyr ta cooie da'n Ennym echey: cur-jee ooashley da'n Chiarn lesh ammys crauee. Bible

lhoobagh arching, bending, bowing, convoluted, curved, curvilinear, faltering, inflexional, limber, plastic, pliable, sinuous, snakiness, supple, twisting, vermiculate, willowy, winding: Ta'n slane coorse jeant er aght lhoobagh dy ve cooie da sleih aasit chammah as ynseydee-scoill. Dhoor; (morally) crooked; shifty

loayrtyssyn speeches, talks: Ta ny loayrtyssyn mychione yn aght share dy chur slattys cooie er e hoshiaght, as ta Mainshtyr Downie gra dy vel ad er ve feer speeideilagh. BS

meeney finer: t'eh er chur diu fliaghey cooie yn imbagh, ayns frassyn meeney Bible

moylleyder applauder, booster, cheerer, commender, lauder, praiser, proposer, recommender: soilshaghey magh cre'n fa ta'n moylleyder smooinaghtyn dy vel y yeearreyder ny pheiagh cooie. BS

mustart mustard: agh ta obbyr y Spyrryd dy cooie er ny hoylagh gys grine dy rass mustart CS

ooylyn apples: Fockle ta loayrit dy cooie, te gollrish ooylyn airhey ayns baskadyn argid Bible

ponkyn dots: Goll trooid ny ponkyn ta linney, ta goaill toshiaght lesh side dy yeeaghyn y raad dhyt as eh cowrit lesh earrooyn dy hoilshaghey magh ny coyrdyn cooie. Dhoor

skeag (f.) pl. skeagyn haw: ta ynnyd vie noi'n chleiy shid, fo fastee jeh ny drineyn-skeag, bee shen cooie dhyts? Dhoor

skirrey skid, slide, sliding, slip down, slipping: nee'n chass oc skirrey ayns traa cooie Bible

sleih shinney elders: Er lhiam dy bee coorse CCSE jannoo foays da'n Ghailck er y fa dy bee lheid y coorse cooie da feallagh aeg as da sleih shinney neesht. Carn

teks text: Ayns 1956, dooyrt reiltys Nerin Twoaie nagh row lioar teks Yernish cooie er y fa dy row brattagh beg tree-daahagh ry-akin cheu-sthie jeh! Carn

toshiaght as jerrey start and finish: Lhig dooin nish aggle y ghoaill roish y Chiarn nyn Yee, ta cur dooin fliaghey cooie ny imbaghyn, chammah toshiaght as jerrey ny bleeaney Bible; first and last; former and latter

consideration (n.) frioose; geill: We have it under consideration - Ta shin cur geill da. DF idiom; leagh: He did it for a consideration - Ren eh son leagh eh. DF idiom; sursmooinaght: After due consideration - Erreish da sursmooinaght cooie. DF idiom; tastey; thort

fo-raad (of road) branch, secondary road; en route, in motion, in transit, on the road, under way; started: Lhisagh claare-traenal fondagh ve currit fo raad, as, ec y traa cheddin, lhisagh stoo ynsee cooie goll er croo as ve currit er- e-hoshiaght. Carn

rheynn (f.) pl. rheynnyn allocation, bill, class, compartment, dichotomy, dismemberment, dissection, distribution, divide, division, form, graduation, partition, portion, quota, ration, rationing, resolution, resolve, section, segmentation, share, sphere; (of land) parcel, precinct; bureau, department: Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie, Phil Braidwood, dooyrt eh dy row eh currym e Rheynn dy chur kiartaghyn shinsharagh da ny yeearreyderyn smoo cooie BS; mountain ridge; (v.) break up, classify, dispense, distribute, graduate, measure out: Rheynn ad my gharmadyn ny mastoc Bible; divided; dividing

rouanys (f.) excess, immorality, profligacy, wantonness: Ayns dty vroïd ta rouanys Bible; lewdness: Ta mee er vakin kys tou er vrishey poosey m, yllaghey dty reaid, rouanys dty vaarderys, as dty obbraghyn naareydagh Bible; drunkenness: ta dty phrinceyn gee ayns traa cooie, son ooraghey, as cha nee son rouanys Bible; lasciviousness, lust: Maarlys, saynt, olkys, molteyrys, rouanys, drogh-hooill, goan mollaghtagh, moyrn, ommijys Bible; rioting, riotousness: Lhig dooin gimmeeaght dy onneragh myr ayns y laa: cha nee ayns rouanys as meshtyrys Bible

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