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country (n.) cheer: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; thalloo


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bush country (n.) cheer eaynnee

country dance (n.) daunse cheerey

country folk (npl.) mooinjer ny cheerey

country girl (n.) doodee cheerey

country house (n.) thie cheerey

country seat (n.) thie cheerey; steat-cheerey: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er- gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

country town (n.) balley cheerey

cross country (n.) ratch tessen cheerey

east country (n.) cheer-har: from the east country, and from the west country - veih yn cheer-har, as veih yn cheer-heear Bible

hill country (n.) cheer sleitagh

mother country (n.) cheer ghooie; moir-heer

old country (n.) (the) my heer ghooie

west country (n.) cheer-heear: from the east country, and from the west country - veih yn cheer-har, as veih yn cheer-heear Bible

go into the country (v.) goll er y cheer

in a distant country 'sy yughtee: Far in the remoteness of time and in a distant country - Foddey 'sy yoin 'sy yughtee DF idiom

interior of country (n.) antraie

in the country er y cheer

language of the country (n.) chengey ny cheerey

of the country cheerey: On the other side of the country - Cheu hoal ny cheerey. DF idiom

preservation of the country freayltys cheerey

production of a country (n.) jeeillaght cheerey

Town and Country Planning Act (n.) Slattys Gurneil Troggal ayns Baljyn as er y Cheer

thie cheerey country house, country seat, grange, villa

cheer eaynnee (f.) bush country

doodee cheerey (f.) country girl

moir-heer (f.) mother country

steat-cheerey country seat

cross-country (adv.) tessen-cheerey

my heer ghooie (the) old country

ratch tessen cheerey cross country

tessen-cheerey cross-country

antraie (f.) inland, interior, interior of country

cheer ghooie (f.) mother country, motherland, native shore

daunse cheerey country dance, folk dance

freayltys cheerey preservation of the country

jeeillaght cheerey (f.) production of a country

'sy yughtee in a distant country: Foddey 'sy yoin 'sy yughtee. DF

citizen (n.) ardvaljagh: Never did a citizen make greater sacrifices for his country - Cha ren rieau ardvaljagh ourallyn ny smoo son e heer. JJK idiom; fer baghee, fer-vaghee; seyranagh; seyraanagh

commotion (n.) trusley, anvea; irree-magh: the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country - ta sheean y naight er jeet, as irree-magh dewil ass y cheer my-hwoaie Bible

corn1 (n.) arroo: Good country for corn - Thalloo mie son arroo. DF idiom; (adj.) sailley

cousin1 (n.) dooinney mooinjerey: His cousin is still far from his native country - Ta e ghooinney-mooinjerey (ben-vooinjerey) foddey veih cheer e ghooie (cheer e dooie) foast. JJK idiom; cosan; cussan

customs (npl.) cliaghtaghyn: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; oashyn

each (adj., adv.) dagh: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; gagh

England (n.) Sostyn: England is a fertile country - Ta Sostyn ny heer hroaragh. JJK idiom

fertile (adj.) troaragh: England is a fertile country - Ta Sostyn ny heer hroaragh. JJK idiom

native (n., adj.) cheeragh, dooghyssagh; dooiagh; dooie: One never forgets his native country - Cha nel fer dy-bragh jarrood cheer e ghooie. JJK idiom; (n.) fer dooie

neighbours (npl.) naboonyn; nabooyn: The country is far behind its neighbours - Ta'n cheer foddey ergooyl e nabooyn. DF idiom

production (n.) obbragh, gientyn, sheeyney, taishbyney, troarey; jeeillaght: Production of a country - Jeeillaght cheerey. DF idiom; jannoo: Cost of production - Costys jannoo. DF idiom

rented er mayl: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

watchers (npl.) arreyderyn: This matter is by the decree of the watchers - Tan chooish shoh liorish oardaghey ny arreyderyn Bible; lught fakin; scrialtee: that watchers come from a far country - dy vel scrialtee cheet veih cheer foddey Bible

yonder (adj., adv.) hoal, noon; shid: Yonder is my country - Shid y cheer aym. DF idiom; shid hoal: Over yonder - Ayns shid hoal. DF idiom

balley cheerey country town: Haghyr mee orroo reeshtagh ec Los Sauces (Ny Shellee), balley cheerey rish y raad mooar heese fo'n voayl fakin. Dhoor

cheer (=Ir. tír) (f.) pl. cheeraghyn country, home, land, shore, state, territory: ta mee er choyrt diu cheer ayn nagh ren shiuish laboragh Bible; region

cheerey inland, rural; (gen.) of the country, land: hrog jaagh ny cheerey seose, myr jaagh coirrey. Bible; parch, sun-dry, torrefy; (by heat) air: Cheerey eaddeeyn cooil chiollee. DF; drying

cheer-har east country: As hed oo noi ooilley yn cheer-heear, er-yn-oyr as dy ren ad mee- viallys er y sarey aym's. Apoc

cheer-heear west country: As hed oo noi ooilley yn cheer-heear, er-yn-oyr as dy ren ad mee- viallys er y sarey aym's. Apoc

cheer sleitagh (f.) hill country, wold: As huitt aggle (arrymagh) er ooilley nyn naboonyn: as hie goo jeh ooilley ny reddyn shoh magh trooid ooilley cheer sleitagh Yudea. Bible

chengey ny cheerey (f.) language of the country, vulgar tongue: Lhisagh eh ve ny sassey da ny Manninee nyn bossan dy loayreyderyn y vooadaghey er y fa dy vel foast cooinaghtyn er mayrn jeh'n Ghaelg myr chengey ny cheerey. Carn

chiarn ny cheerey 1 laird, lord of the manor; 2 lord of the country a: As dooyrt y dooinney, chiarn ny cheerey rooin, Liorish shoh bee fys aym, dy nee deiney ynrick shiu Bible

er y cheer in the country: dinsh ad eh ayns yn ard-valley, as er y cheer. Bible

goll er y cheer go into the country: Ny lurg shen hoilshee eh eh-hene ayns cummey elley da jees jeu, myr v'ad shooyl er y raad, as goll er y cheer. Bible; landing

mooinjer ny cheerey (f.) country folk: Er-lesh mooinjer ny cheerey Skeerey Maghal as paart dy chummaltee Balley Rhumsaa Dhoor

Slattys Gurneil Troggal ayns Baljyn as er y Cheer Town and Country Planning Act

thalloo (=O.Ir. talam. Ir., Sc.G. talamh) (f.) 1 pl. thallooyn pl. thallooinyn country, land, shore, terrain, territory; 2 clod, earth, ground, soil a: As dy chur lhien yn chied-vess jeh'n thalloo ain Bible [L. tellus]

grisled glass: and in the fourth chariot grisled and bay horses - as ayns y chiarroo ainagh va cabbil glass as doyn Bible; glassey: the grisled go forth toward the south country - as ta ny cabbil glassey goll magh gys y cheer-jiass Bible; spottagh: the rams which leaped upon the cattle were ringstraked, speckled, and grisled - va ny reaghyn va lheim er y maase, schimmeigagh, breck as spottagh Bible

ours (pron) ain: That son of ours - Yn mac shen ain. DF idiom; dooin: Friend of ours - Carrey dooin. DF idiom; lhien: It's ours - Lhien eh. DF idiom; lhiens: What is ours is yours - Ny ta lhiens t'eh lhieuish. DF idiom; nyn: Your country and ours - Nyn jeer as nyn jeers. DF idiom; (emph.) ain hene; ainyn: My uncle's carriage is more convenient than ours - Ta fainagh my naim ny s'cooiey na'n fer ainyn. JJK idiom

sacrifices (npl.) ourallyn: Never did a citizen make greater sacrifices for his country - Cha ren rieau ardvaljagh ourallyn ny smoo son e heer. JJK idiom; ouralyn: The citizen must make sacrifices for his country's welfare - Shegin da'n ardvaljagh jannoo ouralyn son speedeilys e heerey. JJK idiom; chebbalyn

town (n.) balley: The river on the banks of which this town is situated - Yn awin er ny brooinyn ecksh ta'n balley shoh shassoo. JJK idiom; valley: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

wasted (v.) er ny juail; er ny uail; juaillit; jummalit; jummit; streelit; spooilley: Joab led forth the power of the army, and wasted the country of the children of Ammon - dy ren Joab leeideil magh ny reih deiney caggee, as ren eh spooilley cheer cloan Ammon bible; naardey: and they are wasted and desolate - as tad naardey as mow Bible

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