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corree (=Ir. corraí) (f.) anger, indignation, ire, wrath, wroth: T'ad er my ghreinnaghey gys corree Bible; angry, annoyed, cross, irate, uptight; indignant; emotion

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corree trome fierce anger: crogh ad seose fenish y Chiarn noin ghrian, dy vod corree trome y Chiarn ve er ny hyndaa ersooyl veih Israel Bible

dy corree angrily

lane corree infuriated

lesh corree angrily: As tra v'eh er yeeaghyn mygeayrt orroo lesh corree, v'eh seaghnit son creoghys nyn greeaghyn Bible

cur corree er aggravate, displease, enrage: Ta ymmodee ayn ta cur corree er y Spyrryd Casherick CS

lheim seose lane corree fly up

angrily (adv.) dy corree, dy fargagh, dy fergagh, lesh corree

cross3 (adj.) (annoyed) granganagh; (v.) corree: Don't be cross with me - Ny bee corree rhym. DF idiom

annoyed anveaghit; corree: It annoyed him - Hug eh corree er. DF idiom; currit ass: She was annoyed - V'ee currit assjee. DF idiom; fargit; jymmoosit; sneeuit

irate (adj.) fergagh, jymmoosagh, corree

ire (n.) corree, jymmoose

uptight (adj.) boirit; corree; imneagh

wrath (n.) corree, farg, jymmoose

wroth (adj.) jymmoogh; corree

anger (n.) corree: His anger was of short duration - Cha row eh corree foddey. JJK idiom; farg: I can sense the anger in the room - Ta mee gennaghtyn yn farg 'sy chamyr. DF idiom; ferg: He did it in anger - Ass ferg ren eh eh. DF idiom; elgys, fargys, jymmoose

angry1 (adj.) corree, fargagh, fargyssagh, fergagh, jymmoogh, jymmoosagh

displease (v.) cur corree er, cur mee-haitnys er

enrage (v.) cur corree er; cur farg er

fierce anger (n.) corree trome; eulys trome

fly up (v.) etlagh seose; lheim seose lane corree

indignant (adj.) eulyssagh, fargagh, fergagh, jymmoosagh; er-rouyl; corree, jiarg-chorree

infuriated feer chorree; lane corree; lane fargagh; sproghit

indignation (n.) corree, elgys, eulys, farg, jymmoose, sonaase, sonnaase, yymmoose

aggravate (v.) cur corree er; cur ferg er; cur hug; greeshaghey; jannoo ny smessey; jannoo ny strimmey; tromaghey

emotion (n.) irree, boiraneys, corree; anvea: Voice vibrating with emotion - Coraa er-creau lesh anvea. DF idiom

won cosnit: A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city - Ta braar, as corree er, ny sdoillee dy ve cosnit na ardivalley lajer; chossyn: He won the case - Chossyn eh y chooish. DF idiom

brasnee affronting, aggravating, baiting, insulting, irritating, jarring, urge: kyndagh rish peccaghyn brasnee e vec Bible; provoke: As shiuish ayraghyn, ny brasnee-jee nyn gloan gys corree: agh trog-jee ad ayns ynsagh as aggle y Chiarn. Bible

cheh (=Ir. te) fevered, fervent, heated, hot, impassioned, passion, sexually precocious, thermal, warm: va corree yn Chiarn cheh noi Israel Bible; zealous [O.Ir. te]

cleeau (f.) bosom, breast, brisket, chest, pectoral: ta corree tannaghtyn ayns cleeau yn ommydan. Bible

cumrailagh detainer, hinderer, hindersome, loiterer, tedious person: shegin dhyt goll gys y leigh , lesh ymmyrkey Creestee, fegooish shirrey cooilleeney aigney, fegooish goaill aghtyn cumrailagh as roonagh, as cur corree er dty naboo as ort hene fegooish oyr. CS

da-eed bleïn forty years: Da-eed bleïn liauyr va mee corree rish y cheeloghe shoh PB1765

er e cheeayll sane; on his mind: Jymmoose as troo, seaghyn as anvea, aggle y vaaish, as corree, as streeu, as ayns traa ny fea er e lhiabbee, ta e chadley-oie cur shaghrynys er e cheeayll. Apoc

fardalyssyn vanities: cren fa eisht tad er my vrasnaghey gys corree lesh nyn yallooyn grainnit, as lesh fardalyssyn joarree? Bible

fodmayd we can: Fodmayd toiggal yn aght dy vel ny eeasteyryn shoh corree. Carn

fo mollaght accursed: Eshyn ta treigeil e ayr, t'eh myr lûnagh as eshyn ta cur corree er e voir, t'eh fo mollaght Yee. Apoc

girree magh rebel, uprise: nagh vel mee corree roosyn ta girree magh dt'oï? Bible

meeinaghey (v.) abate, allay, alleviate, appease, moderate, soften, tame, taming: Ta ansoor meeley meeinaghey corree Bible; abatement, alleviation, amelioration, assuagement, domestication

meeley bland, delicate, gentle, mangling, moisten, silky, smooth, soft, soft-spoken, yielding: Ta ansoor meeley meeinaghey corree Bible; (to touch) fine; sedate

meereiltagh 1 anarchic, anarchical, disorderly, irregular, lawless, turbulent; 2 (as country) ungovernable; 3 stubborn a: Tee beealleragh as meereiltagh Bible; 4 anarchist, turbulent person; 5 outrageous a: Ta jymmoose red eulyssagh, as corree meereiltagh Bible; 6 rebellious a: Ta dty phrinceyn meereiltagh Bible; 7 unruly a: cur-jee raaue dauesyn ta mee-reiltagh Bible

O (intj) 1 Ah; 2 Oh a: O ny lhig dan Chiarn ve corree, as cha loayr-ym agh yn un cheayrt shoh Bible; 3 O a (voc.): O Hiarn, Jee my vainshtyr Abraham, ta mee guee ort, cur speedeil mie my raad yn laa jiu Bible

pargys-keesh tax haven: Coardail rishyn, cha row ny Goaldee arryltagh dy chur urryssaght da etlanyn Skianyn Vannin er y fa dy row ad corree mychione Mannin as ee ny pargys-keesh. BS

sdoillee (ny) harder: Ta braar, as corree er, ny sdoillee dy ve cosnit na ard-valley lajer Bible

shuyraghyn sisters: Ny keayrtyn, shegin dou goaill rish dy vel mee er jeet dy ve began corree tra hoilshee nyn mraaraghyn as shuyraghyn Cornagh nagh vel ad toiggal dy vel seihll elley ayns Mannin. Carn

ve arryltagh be willing: lhig da dy chooilley ghooinney ve arryltagh dy chlashtyn, lhiastey dy loayrt, moal gys corree Bible; volunteer

vreear vowed: Marish shoh, va'n Chiarn corree rhym's kyndagh riuish, as vreear eh, nagh raghin harrish Jordan Bible

blasphemy (n.) ard-vollaght, goan custey, goo mollaghtagh, mollaghtoil, peccah noi'n Spyrrd Noo, taggloo mollaghtoil; taggloo custey; goan mollaghtagh: anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication - corree, jymmoose, goanlys, goan mollaghtagh, glare neughlen Bible; raa mollaghtagh: All manner of sin and blasphemy - dy chooilley pheccah as raa mollaghtagh Bible

is t': He is exceedingly angry - T'eh corree ass towse. JJK idiom; ta: Gold is yellow - Ta airh buigh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel: Is dinner ready? - Vel jinnair aarloo? JJK idiom; (emph.) she: He is an Englishman - She Sostnagh eh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) nee: Is that your pen? - Nee shen y penn ayd? JJK idiom

spret kick, kick out, shove, start, struggle: Eisht spret guilley Manninagh, as y far-ennym echey, ' Ned y guilley keoie,' as d'eie eh magh ayns Gailck, er-creau as jiarg-corree, goaill toshiaght dy yannoo Coraa; last stretch


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