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couyr (f.) pl. couyryn assistance, cure, help, relief, remedy: myr shen va Saul er ny ooraghey, as hooar eh couyr, as va fea echey Bible; redress, resort, resource


Inexact matches:

boayl couyr aid post

coyrt couyr aiding

cur couyr aiding: O HIARN, jeeagh neose veih niau, cur-my-ner, cur couyr as feaysley da shoh dty harvaant. PB1765

gyn couyr aidless, irremediable, unrelieved; incurable: Son ta'n lhott eck gyn couyr; son te er roshtyn eer er Judah: t'eh er jeet gys giat my phobble, dy jarroo gys Jerusalem. Bible

Couyr Kahngyr Macmillan Macmillan Cancer Relief

cur couyr da cure: Cha nod ad cur couyr da. DF

aiding (v.) commarey; coyrt couyr; cur couyr

cure castey: That will cure the pain - Nee shen castey y pian. DF idiom; chirmaghey; couyr; cur couyr da: They cannot cure it - Cha nod ad cur couyr da. DF idiom; kiarail anmey; lheihys: The doctors will never cure him - Cha jean ny fir-lhee dy-bragh lheihys eh. JJK idiom; lhiasaghey; sailley; lheeys: Cure for sickness - Lheeys noi chingys. DF idiom

aidless (adj.) gyn couyr

aid post (n.) boayl couyr

redress couyr; kiartaghey; lhiasagh

resort couyr: It was the only resort - Cha row couyr erbee elley ayn. DF idiom; oayll; taaghey; ynnyd: Holiday resort - Ynnyd seyrey. DF idiom

resource couyr; saase; saasoil

incurable (adj.) neuchouyralagh, neulheihysagh, neuslayntoil; gyn couyr: For her wound is incurable - Son tan lhott eck gyn couyr Bible; gyn lheihys: the Lord smote him in his bowels with an incurable disease - woaill y Chiarn ehsy volg lesh doghan gyn-lheihys Bible

respite care (n.) kiarail-couyr

kiarail-couyr respite care

irremediable (adj.) gyn couyr, gyn lheeys, gyn saase, neulheeysagh

Macmillan Cancer Relief Couyr Kahngyr Macmillan

unrelieved (adj.) gyn couyr, gyn feaysley, gyn lhaggaghey, gyn lhiasaghey

slaynt (=Ir. sláinte) (f.) constitution, health, sanity: ver-yms lhiam huggey slaynt as couyr Bible

assistance (n.) couyr; cooney: We ran to their assistance - Roie shin dy chooney lhieu. JJK idiom; shirveish

delectable (adj.) eunyssagh: and their delectable things shall not profit - as cha bee couyr ny cooney ayns ny reddyn eunyssagh oc Bible; taitnyssagh

relief (n.) couyr, feaysley er, releef; feaysley; fer coonee: Where is my relief? - C'raad ta'n fer-coonee aym? DF idiom; feaylsee: He gave a sigh of relief - Lhig eh osney feayslee. DF idiom

remedy (v.) cur lheihys er, saasaghey; (n.) lheihys: Kill or cure remedy - Lheihys ver baase ny bea. DF idiom; couyr: Every evil has its remedy - Ta olk as e chouyr echey. JJK idiom; saase

cooneyder adjutant, assistant, help: son cha row couyr erbee faagit sthie ny mooie, ny cooneyder son Israel Bible

help cooinee; cooney lesh: He is only too glad to help you - Cha nel eh laccal ny smoo na dy chooney lhiat. DF idiom; couyr: He came to my help - Haink eh dy my chouyr. DF idiom; cooin: Help yourself - Cooin lhiat hene. DF idiom; (n.) cooney: He bawled for help - Dyllee eh son cooney. DF idiom; (n.) cooneyder

helper (n.) cooneyder: for there was not any shut up, nor any left, nor any helper for Israel - son cha row couyr erbee faagit sthie ny mooie, ny cooneyder son Israel Bible; fer coonee: for thou art the helper of the friendless - son uss yn fer-coonee ocsyn ta gyn caarjyn Bible; fer cooyl duirn

chaglym ry cheilley muster: s'cliaghtey lesh ny Manninee veih lhing Ree Ghorree Crovan as tammylt roish shen chaglym ry cheilley dy chlashtyn ny leighyn noa er nyn loayrt magh as aghinyn as neuaashidyn er nyn gur roish y Chooyrt dy gheddyn couyr Carn

cloie (=Ir. cluich, cluiche) pl. cloiaghyn 1 act, charade, event, game, match, pastime, performance, play; 2 (v.) boil, bubble: a: Ta'n coirrey beg cloie DF; 3 enact, extemporise, perform, represent a: hig eh gy-kione, tra vees y spyrryd olk shoh ort veih Jee, dy jean eh cloie lesh e laue, as yiow couyr Bible; b: cheayll mee kiaull claaseyderyn cloie er nyn glaasaghyn Bible; 4 monkey, skylark, sport, playing: Jean oo cloie rish myr rish ushag? Bible; 5 dally

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