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Cor Round Hill

cor 1 circumstance, depression, edge, event, fore; 2 alternate, odd, unmatched a: Ta mee toiggal cor 'ockle ny ghaa. DF; 3 choir; 4 twirl: Ta cor 'sy vainney. DF; 5 (of size) bastard; 6 (terms) condition; 7 (act) turn

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cor anglais (n.) cayrn Sostnagh

Cleigh Cor Hillock Hedge

Cor Breck Brushwood Slope, Kori's Slope

Cor Freoaie Heather Knoll

Cor Lheeah Grey Hill

Cor Moanagh Turfy Hill

Cor Roddy Roddy's Hill

Cor Stack Round Rock

Cor Valley Hill Farm

cur cor-vuilley miscue

dagh cor-laa alternating days

Glass Cor Green Hillock

'nane cor odd one

pinginyn cor odd pence

Close Cor Jiass South Hill Enclosure

Cor Aeglagh Ashoonagh Vannin Manx National Youth Choir

cor as corrym odd and even

cor ny corrym odd or even

Cor ny Greg Hill of the Rocks

Cor ny Vaaid Hill of the Sods

Cor yn Charnane Hill of the Cairn

Cor yn Ellee Cornelly, Hill of the Fort

Cor yn Faal Hill of the Hedge

Creggan y Cor Small Round Rocky Hill

Creg y Cor Round Detached Rock

cur cor-vuilley er miss

Dreeym ny Cor Skeag Ridge of the Thorns

gagh cor vee bi-monthly

Brushwood Slope (n.) Cor Breck

condition2 (terms) cor; kiangley; coardail

Cornelly (n.) Cor yn Ellee

Green Hillock (n.) Glass Cor

Grey Hill (n.) Cor Lheeah

Heather Knoll (n.) Cor Freoaie

Hillock Hedge (n.) Cleigh Cor

Kori's Slope (n.) Cor Breck

miss cor-vuilley, missal; cronnaghey; cur cor-vuilley er; drogh-orraghey; faagail magh; goaill foddeeaght son; goll shaghey

odd (adj.) joarree, lieh-chiart, neuchadjin, quaagh; coayr; cor: I can understand an odd word or two - Ta mee toiggal cor 'ockle ny ghaa. DF idiom; neuchorrym: These shoes are odd - Ta ny braagyn shoh neuchorrym. DF idiom

odd one 'nane cor

odd pence pinginyn cor

Roddy's Hill (n.) Cor Roddy

Turfy Hill (n.) Cor Moanagh

turn2 (act) cor; thurn

cayrn Sostnagh cor anglais

alternate weeks (npl.) cor-shiaghteeyn

alternating days (npl.) dagh cor-laa

beats (npl.) cor-woallaghyn

buckteeth (npl.) cor-eeacklyn

buck teeth cor-eeacklyn

choir (n.) cor, kior, sheshaght chiaullee

miscue (n.) cur cor-vuilley

Round Hill (n.) Cor, Kor, Burroo

trip gear (n.) cor-ghear

cor-eeacklyn (f.) buck teeth, buckteeth

cor-ghear trip gear

cor-shiaghteeyn alternate weeks

Cor-Valley Home in the Hollow

cor-vuilley hook, miss

cor-whuaillag pl. cor-whuaillagyn fly

cor-whuaillagyn flies: Loyr e yn ffokyl as haink gygh ully veney ghorghuilagyn as miylyn ayns nan gaerifnyn ully. Psalm1610

cor-woallaghyn beats

Hill of the Cairn (n.) Cor yn Charnane

Hill of the Fort (n.) Cor yn Ellee

Hill of the Hedge (n.) Cor yn Faal

Hill of the Rocks (n.) Cor ny Greg

Home in the Hollow (n.) Cor-Valley

Manx National Youth Choir (n.) Cor Aeglagh Ashoonagh Vannin

odd and even cor as corrym

odd or even cor ny corrym

Ridge of the Thorns (n.) Dreeym ny Cor Skeag

Round Detached Rock (n.) Creg y Cor

Round Rock (n.) Creg Cruinn, Cor Stack

Small Round Rocky Hill (n.) Creggan y Cor

South Hill Enclosure (n.) Close Cor Jiass

twirl car; carral; chyndaa; cor; feogh; lhoob

unmatched (adj.) cor, correy, gyn sheshey corrym, neusoylit

alternate cor: Each alternate week - Dagh ooilley chor-shiaghtin. DF idiom; eddyraghey; maylartey

fore cor; toshee: The fore feet - Ny cassyn toshee. DF idiom; toshiaght

Hill Farm (n.) Glay Ton; Balley Chrink; Balley Knock; Cor Valley

Hill of the Sods (n.) Cronk y Vaaid, Cor ny Vaaid

bastard2 (adj.) (of size) cor; oainjeragh: She has a bastard son - Ta mac oainjeragh eck. DF idiom

bi-monthly gagh cor vee, gagh nah vee, keayrt 'sy chegeesh, keayrt 'sy daa vee

circumstance1 (n.) cor: Not under any circumstance - Cha nee er chor erbee. DF idiom

depression (n.) cor, injillaghey, lhag-chreeys, lhaggagh, lhaggan, merginaght, merginys, neugherjagh; lhagragh: The depression brought rain and wind to Mann - Hug y lhagragh fliaghey as geay lesh gys Mannin. DF idiom

event (n.) cloie; cor; cruinnaght; taghyrt: I arrived after the event - Raink mee erreish da'n taghyrt. DF idiom

bathyn baths: nee shiu chebbal yn jeihoo ayrn jeh bath ass y cor, ta shen homer jeh jeih bathyn Bible

cur (=Ir. cuir) add, communicate, consign, lay, lead, putting, render, site, send; give, place, put: Gow saagh, as cur lane omer dy vanna ayn Bible; giveth [O.Ir. cor]

edge1 (v.) cur beeal er; cur oirr er; geyraghey; giarrey ny h-oiryn jeh; (n.) cor; dreeym; chemmal; foyr: with the edge of the sword - lesh foyr yn chliwe Bible; oirr: in the edge of the wilderness - rish oirr yn aasagh Bible; scain; slyst: in the edge of the land of Edom - er slyst cheer Edom Bible

every (adj.) dagh: The doctor attends her every day - Ta'n fer-lhee tendeil urree dagh laa. DF idiom; gagh: Every couple of minutes - Gagh cubbyl dy vinnid. DF idiom; dagh ooilley: Every other week - Dagh ooilley cor hiaghtin. DF idiom; dy-chooilley, dy chooilley; dagh un, gagh un

flies (npl.) beishteigyn, cor-whuaillagyn, meeyllyn; quaillagyn: They are tortured with flies - T'ad goll er torchaghey ec quaillagyn. DF idiom

fly1 (v.) bennalt, etlagh, ettlagh, ettyl, getlagh; croghey: Fly a flag - Brattagh y chroghey. DF idiom; (n.) carchuillag, quaillag, quill, cor-whuaillag; (adj.) kialgagh, kioot

hook1 (n.) croagane, gob, rinn; dooan: Is there bait on the hook? - Vel bite er y dooan? DF idiom; cor-vuilley; holter


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