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coyrt bring, communicate, lead, service; give, giving, hand over, donate: t'ou uss coyrt dty vollaght er Bible; giveth


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coyrt booise (after food) grace

coyrt briwnys arbitrating

coyrt bwooise acknowledgement

coyrt cooidjagh joining; join

coyrt cooyll put back: Agh my nee shiu er aght erbee coyrt cooyll Bible

coyrt couyr aiding

coyrt feanish witnessing

coyrt fo-chosh brought down

coyrt folley bleeding

coyrt kiedyn licensing

coyrt magh hand out, supply, bring forth, send forth, output: ren y fer-syrjey coyrt magh e choraa. Bible

coyrt-magh eirinagh agricultural output

coyrt mow (f.) overthrow: Agh my ta shiu lhottey as coyrt mow y cheilley, cur-jee twoaie nagh stroie-jee yn derrey yeh yn jeh elley. Bible

coyrt naardey abolished; done away; overthrown

coyrt seose abdication, cession, delivery, retirement, surrender; laying up: Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie ry-hoi yn traa ta ry-heet, dy vod ad greme y ghoaill er y vea veayn. Bible

coyrt barrant er trusteth

coyrt cooid fo gioalteeaght assets charging of

coyrt dy fea quiet: gy vod e leidg y ghoyrliy, imbi as gyrjaghy anmy y goyl, as gy bii ghunscians er na hoyrt gy fee riist, as gy vod e liorish shyrvees gu iih gyrjaghy y goyl PB1610

coyrt er ash restoration

coyrt er oaie carry forward

coyrt gy baase (execution) killing: Dooyrt Finn as Oshin rish dy beagh eh coyrt gy baase. Coraa

coyrt gys cheeraght acclimatization

coyrt gys cruinnaghey focusing

coyrt kied da thieyn-oast licensing

coyrt myr sampleyr citation

coyrt raad da allow, permit

coyrt ry cheilley join

coyrt yn leigh law-making

licensing coyrt kied da thieyn-oast; coyrt kiedyn; kied; lhiggey; stowal kied; kieddagh; oastey

join cochiangley, chiangley; coventyn; coyrt ry cheilley; cur cooidjagh; coyrt cooidjagh; joynal; juntaghey; juntee; kiangle; kiangle ry cheilley; sniemmey ry-cheilley

arbitrating (v.) coyrt briwnys

bring forth (v.) cur magh; breh; ymmyrkagh; gymmyrkey magh: ye shall bring forth stubble - nee shiu gymmyrkey magh stubble Bible; coyrt magh: For as the earth bringeth forth her bud - Son myr tan thalloo coyrt magh blaa Bible

cession (v.) coyrt seose

donate (v.) coyrt

give1 coyrt: Silence gives consent - Ta tostid coyrt cochoardailys. JJK idiom; cur: Give a piece to the raven and he'll come again - Cur meer da'n feeagh as hig eh reesht. JJK idiom; sheeyney; toyr

giving (v.) coyrt: giving him food and raiment - coyrt da beaghey as coamrey Bible; toyrt: prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks - padjeryn, yeearreeyn, as toyrt booise Bible

grace2 (after food) coyrt booise

hand out (v.) coyrt magh

hand over (v.) coyrt

killing2 (v.) (execution) coyrt gy baase

output (v.) coyrt magh; (n.) troar

send forth coyrt magh

agricultural output (n.) coyrt-magh eirinagh

bringeth down cur lesh sheese: For he bringeth down them that dwell on high - Son teh cur lesh sheese adsyn ta cummal dy ard Bible; coyrt lesh sheese: he bringeth down to the grave, and bringeth up - teh coyrt lesh sheese gys yn oaie, as troggal seose Bible

law-making (v.) coyrt yn leigh; slattysey

overthrown fo haart; coyrt naardey

put back (v.) meayllaghey; coyrt cooyll

trusteth treishtys: and whoso trusteth in the Lord, happy is he - as quoi-erbee treishtys ayns y Chiarn, smaynrey teh Bible; coyrt barrant er: He that trusteth in his riches shall fall - Tuittee eshyn ta coyrt e varrant er e verchys Bible; cur barrant er: Cursed be the man that trusteth in man - Dy row mollaght ersyn ta cur e varrant er dooinney Bible; treishteil: be merciful unto me, for my soul trusteth in thee - bee myghinagh dou, son ta mannym treishteil aynyd Bible

acclimatization (n.) cheet gys cheeraght, cliaghtey, coyrt gys cheeraght

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

carry forward (v.) coyrt er oaie, cur seose

citation (n.) ard-voylley, coyrt myr sampleyr, symney

communicate (v.) coyrt, cur, cur cummyn da, insh

focusing cheet ry-cheilley; coyrt gys cruinnaghey

joining coyrt cooidjagh; joynal; juntaghey; juntys; sniemmey

restoration (n.) aachouyr; aachroo; coyrt er ash

abdication (n.) coyrt seose, cur seose, irrey ass, lhiggey voish

assets charging of (v.) coyrt cooid fo gioalteeaght, cur cooid fo gioalteeaght

retirement (n.) coyrt seose; scuirr: Compulsory retirement - Scuirr eginagh. DF idiom

surrender (v.) coyrt seose, cur seose, immee haart, livrey seose

ayndoosyn in them: T'eh coyrt bree ayndoosyn ta annoon Bible

chymmoil pitying: T'eh coyrt ooashley dasyn ta chymmoil er ny boghtyn. Bible; compassionate

gialdin grant, promise: coyrt y leigh, as shirveish Yee, as ny gialdinyn; Bible

meechairagh iniquitous, unjust, unrighteous: Smerg dauesyn ta coyrt briwnys meechairagh Bible

shegin dou I must: Shegin dou coyrt mooarane nasteeyn n'Ollick. JJK

streeughyn contentions, squabbles: Ta lottyn coyrt streeughyn gy-kione Bible

abolished (p.pt.) astyrit; scryssit magh: This law has been abolished - Ta'n leigh shoh er ve scryssit magh. JJK idiom; coyrt naardey

acknowledgement (n.) freggyrt; coyrt bwooise; goaill rish: to the acknowledgement of the mystery of God - dy ghoaill rish folliaght Yee Bible

allow1 (v.) coyrt raad da; cur kied da; cur raad da; lhiggey da: Won't you allow me to remain in bed a little longer? - Nagh lhig oo dou tannaghtyn my lhie red beg ny sodjey? JJK idiom; surral

axe (v.) giarrey; (n.) teigh: and his hand fetcheth a stroke with the axe to cut down the tree - as tra ta e laue coyrt builley lesh y teigh dy lhieggal y bil Bible

bleeding coyrt folley; fuiltagh; lhiggey fuill: His nose is bleeding - Ta'n stroin echey lhiggey fuill. DF idiom; roie folley; tayrn fuill

bring (v.) cur lesh: Bring us some dates - Cur lesh hooin dateyn. JJK idiom; coyrt

brought down lhieggit sheese: Thy pomp is brought down to the grave - Ta dty voyrn lhieggit sheese gys yn oaie Bible; coyrt fo-chosh; currit sheese: And the mean man shall be brought down -

building (v.) buildal; (n.) thie, troggalys; (v., n.) troggal: I was building a house - Va mee troggal thie. JJK idiom The official handover of the building - Yn coyrt oikoil jeh'n troggal. DF idiom

consent co-choardail, choardys; co-choardailys, cochoardailys: Silence gives consent - Ta tostid coyrt cochoardailys. JJK idiom; consent; coardail

delivery (n.) assaid, coyrt seose, toyrtys; jannoo chaghteraght; livrey-ys: To pay on delivery - Ry-eeck er livrey-ys. DF idiom

done away (v.) callit: Why should the name of our father be done away from among his family - Cren faveagh ennym yn ayr ain callit mastey e chynney Bible; lheie ersooyl; coyrt naardey

I will honour ver-yms ooashley da: for them that honour me I will honour - son ver-yms ooashley dauesyn, ta coyrt ooashley dou Bible

much more foddey ny smoo; foddey smoo: The people bring much more than enough for the service of the work - Tan pobble coyrt lhieu foddey smoo ny ta ymmyrchagh son shirveish yn obbyr Bible

official fer oik: High official - Ard 'er-oik. DF idiom; oikagh; oikoil: The official handover of the building - Yn coyrt oikoil jeh'n troggal. DF idiom

permit (v.) cur kied da, cur raad da, coyrt raad da, fuillaghtyn, lhiggey, lowal, surral; lhiggey da: Permit me to introduce my daughter - Lhig dou cur er enney diu my inneen. JJK idiom; (n.) kied; livreys harrish

quiet beg, fast, fastagh, fea, feaee, meen; feagh: Be quiet - Bee feagh. JJK idiom; feaghey, goaill fea, kiunaghey, tostaghey, coyrt dy fea, jannoo feagh; (intj) ass dty aash

service colleeys; coyrt; jeshaghey; shirveish: You've rendered me a great service, I thank you heartily - Ta shiu er n'yannoo shirveish vooar dou, gura mie mooar eu. JJK idiom; tendeil

silence (v.) cur ny host, tostaghey; (n.) fast, tostaght; tostid: Silence gives consent - Ta tostid coyrt cochoardailys. JJK idiom

supply creck, coyrt magh; livrey-ys; cur cooid da; jannoo magh, jannoo feaysley; ymmyrkey; tasht: Take in a supply of water - Tasht ushtey y cur stiagh. DF idiom; stoyr

witnessing (v.) coyrt feanish; gymmyrkey feanish: witnessing both to small and great - gymmyrkey feanish chammah gys beg as mooar Bible

aggairagh injurious, unjust, unjustified, unsuitable, wrong: Cursit t'eshyn, ta coyrt briwnys aggairagh Bible; aggressor, violator, wrongdoer; undue

altaryn altars: Agh nee shiu stroie ny altaryn oc, brishey ny jallooyn, as giarey sheese ny biljyn foue vad coyrt ooashley Bible

anghoo discredit, disgrace, infamy: T'ou coyrt orrin dy ve anghoo mastey ny ashoonyn Bible

ayraghyn as moiraghyn parents: cour nyn lheid ta coyrt nyn ayraghyn as moiraghyn dy baase, cour dunveryn Bible; fathers and mothers

baatyn boats: Ta coyrt chaghteryn reeoil er yn aarkey, eer ayns baatyn cuirtlagh er ny ushtaghyn Bible

bardyn poets: Agh, er yn oyr nagh row bardyn oaylagh 'syn Ellan, 'scosoylagh dy row yn daane chyndaait ny veggan as ny veggan choud as v'eh coyrt, 'sy chenn-laghyn. Coraa

barrant confidence, reliance, voucher, warrant: cha vel shin coyrt barrant erbee gys yn eill Bible

buitch (f.) pl. buitchyn witch: ny coyrt geill da traaghyn, ny fir-obbee, ny buitch Bible

cheayrtyn (ny) every now and then, periodic, sometimes: ga dy vel aggle orrym ny cheayrtyn: foast ta mee coyrt my hreishteil aynyds Bible

chebbyn things: Ta mee coyrt dhyt three chebbyn ; gow dty reih jeu, dooys dy cherraghey ort. Bible

cred (=Ir. cread) 1 believe a: Tra t'eh coyrt glare aalin, ny cred eh Bible; 2 cough, grunt, roughness, tickle; 3 (in throat) frog

cur eddin confrontation: Ta Jee cur eddin da ny mooaralee, as coyrt grayse dauesyn ta imlee. Bible

dewilid barbarity, cruelty, inclemency, severity: Ta shennaghys moylley y leeideil echey jeh'n sleih ayns y streeu oc er son staydyn ny share, ny deyrey er son e dewilid eh syns coyrt ayns bree y leigh agglishagh er drogh-yantee boghtey Coraa

deyr (=Ir. daor) costly, dear, expensive; precious, valuable: er-yn-oyr dy row my vioys deyr ayns dty hilley er y laa shoh Bible; beloved: Shen-y-fa my chaarjyn deyr, chea-jee veih coyrt ooashley da jallooyn Bible; serf, unfree

drogh hengey naughty tongue: Ta drogh-yantagh cur geill da meillyn foalsey; as breagerey coyrt cleaysh da drogh hengey Bible

dy sheelt soberly: Ta jough, my te iu't dy sheelt, as ayns traa feme, coyrt gennallys 'sy chree, as aash gys yn aigney. Apoc

fee1 1 (v.) braid, interlace, intertwine, knit, mat, plait, weave a: ren ad fee duillagyn figgagh cooidjagh, dy choodaghey ad hene. Bible; 2 (npl.) ravens: Ta coyrt foddyr dan maase: as beaghey ny fee aegey ta geamagh huggey Bible

feer feagh pianissimo, very quiet: Va'n chooish er ny freayll feer feagh, as va yn ven voght er ny coyrt ersooyl ayns y thie-baanrit. Dhoor

feill peccoil sinful flesh: ren Jee liorish coyrt e Vac hene, ayns caslys feill peccoil, as son peccah, peccah y gheyrey ayns yn eill Bible

feniaght (=Ir. fiann) (f.) champion: Yn feniaght-hene ayns cadley vaaish, coyrt lesh er gealtyn lhean, As ayns e lhong ny hoiaghey er carnane-fuygh 'sy vean, Gyn skimmee as gyn stiureyder Coraa

feoiltagh 1 benevolent, bounteous, bountiful, free, generous, hospitable, lavish, liberal, munificent, ungrudging, unselfish, unsparing, unstinted; 2 righteous a: Ta'n feoiltagh coyrt voish lesh laue foshlit Bible; 3 whig

fer-syrjey chief: Hug y Chiarn neesht taarnagh veih niau, as ren y Fer-syrjey coyrt e haarnagh: claghyn-sniaghtee, as smarageyn d'aile. Bible

gialdinyn promises: Ta nyn Israeliteyn; dauesyn ta bentyn yn doltanys, as y ghloyr, as ny conaantyn, as coyrt y leigh, as shirveish Yee, as ny gialdinyn Bible

Glion Mooar Sulby Glen, Great Glen; Glen Mooar: Va mooirchoor jeh lhong-hiaullee daa chroan ny lhie er y traie faggys da Glion Mooar, as Kione Yurby, as v'ee er ny coyrt seose myr slane-coayl. Dhoor

goan (=Ir. gann) (words) address; expression, utterance: as ny lhig daue coyrt geill da goan fardalagh. Bible; (speech) words; meagre, rare, scant, scarce, short, slender, spare, sparse: cha vel y vooinjer ynrick agh goan mastey cloan gheiney. Bible; (of hair) thin; (of money) tight

greienys equipment, harness: Ta coontey coyrt ayn jeh stoo-thie as yn greienys caillt ec Finn 'sy thie losht as ec jerrey yn skeeal ta inshit dooin yn erree dy daink er Garraidh son yn olkys ren eh. Coraa

grooid (f.) gloom, gloominess, melancholy: Ta kione-lajerys ben coyrt grooid 'syn eddin eck, as neeal groymagh myr aanrit-sack. Apoc

hrooidsyn through him: jean-jee ooilley ayns ennym y Chiarn Yeesey, coyrt booise da Jee dy jarroo yn Ayr ny hrooidsyn. Bible

jannoo faghid er insult, scoff: Shickyr t'eh jannoo faghid er ny craidoilee: agh t'eh coyrt grayse da ny imlee. Bible

kione-lajerys contumacy, obduracy, obstinacy, persistency: Ta kione-lajerys ben coyrt grooid 'syn eddin eck, as neeal groymagh myr aanrit-sack. Apoc

laanaghey (dy); (to) heal: Teh dy lheihys adsyn ta brisht ayns cree: as coyrt medshin dy laanaghey ny doghanyn oc. Bible

Laa Souney All Hallow's Day, Hollantide Day: Bee "Coraa Ghailckagh" er ny coyrt magh Laa Boaldyn as Laa Souney, ta'n leagh lieh-chroon dagh vlein. Coraa

lhag-hushtagh nutcase; void of understanding: Ta'n dooinney lhag-hushtagh coyrt e laue, as t'eh goll raane fenish e charrey. Bible

moidynyn virgins: My tan ayr eck coyrt slane obbal da eeckee eh argid, cordail rish toghyr moidynyn Bible

Moscow (f.) Moscow: Cha leah as va my heshaghyn abyl shooyl, hie ad er coyrt gys Moscow CnyO

mwannalyn necks: Ren, dy hauail my vioys, coyrt ayns dangeyr ny mwannalyn oc hene Bible

neuynrickys (f.) imperfection, improbity, insincerity, unfaithfulness, unjustness, unrighteousness: nagh vel coyrt biallys da'n irriney, agh geiyrt da neuynrickys Bible; partiality; faithlessness

obbyr ghiastyllagh (f.) charitable work: soilshit liorish e Vac Yeesey Creest; as gyn dooyteil agh dy vel eh dy foayroil lowal jeh shoh nyn obbyr ghiastyllagh, ayns coyrt lhien yn Oikan shoh gys e Vashtey casherick PB1765

rassyn seeds: Son myr ta'n thalloo coyrt magh blaa, as myr ta ny rassyn ta cuirrit 'sy gharey cheet er-ash; myr shen ver y Chiarn Jee er cairys as moylley dy vlaaghey magh kiongoyrt rish ooilley ny ashoonyn. Bible

roish y thooilley antediluvian; before the flood: Son myr ayns ny laghyn va roish y thooilley, v'ad gee as giu, poosey as coyrt ayns poosey, derrey yn laa hie Noe stiagh ayns yn arg Bible

Souney November; (gen.) of November: Bee "Coraa Ghailckagh" er ny coyrt magh Laa Boaldyn as Laa Souney, ta'n leagh lieh-chroon dagh vlein. Coraa

streeanyn (f.) 1 bits a: ta shin coyrt streeanyn ayns beïll ny cabbil, dy bee ad beasagh dooin Bible; 2 bridles, Bible; 3 leading strings

toyrt (f.) See coyrt giving, presentation, transmission, transmittal: ta slattysyn yn chiarn jiragh, as janu bogey dyn ghri : ta abeyrts yn chiarn glann, as toyrt soilshe dy ny suylyn. Psalm1610

tuittee shall fall, will fall: Tuittee eshyn ta coyrt e varrant er e verchys Bible

by myself lhiam pene; liorym pene: By myself have I sworn - Liorym pene ta mee er vreearrey Bible; rhym pene: I pour out my heart by myself - ta mee deayrtey magh my chree rhym pene Bible; mish mee hene: that spreadeth abroad the earth by myself - mish mee hene ta sheeyney magh yn thalloo Bible; my lieh hene: For I know nothing by myself - Son ga nagh voddym coyrt nhee erbee gys my lieh hene Bible

for themselves daue hene: let them go and gather straw for themselves - lhig daue goll as coonlagh y gheddyn daue hene Bible; er nyn son hene: And afterward they made ready for themselves - As ny lurg shen, daarlee ad er nyn son hene Bible; nyn gour hene: Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation - Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie Bible

giveth chebbys: and every man is a friend to him that giveth gifts - as ta dy chooilley ghooinney ny charrey dasyn chebbys giootyn Bible; coyrt: the inheritance, which the Lord your God giveth you - yn eiraght tan Chiarn nyn Yee ryhoi Bible; cur

hateful (adj.) dwoaieagh; feohdagh; feohdoil; dwoaiagh: living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another - baghey ayns goanlys as roon, dwoaiagh, as coyrt dwoaie yn derrey yeh dan jeh elley Bible; eajee: and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird - as edd son dy chooilley eean neu-ghlen as eajee Bible

lead1 (v.) coyrt, cur, leeideil, leeideill, lhomey laue, scair, shiaullee, stiurey, toshiaght, reaghey; leeid: Lead the way, please, and I will follow you - Leeid yn raad my sailliu, as eiyrym erriu. JJK idiom; cur er: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom; (n.) caabyl, streir, yeeal, ard-ayrn; (suf.) -toshee

overthrow (v.) cleddal; coyrt mow, cur mow; cur haart; taartys; toyrt-mow: like the overthrow of Sodom - casley rish toyrt-mow Sodom Bible; tilgey sheese; stroie: but thou shalt utterly overthrow them - agh nee oo stroie ad dy bollagh Bible; lhieggal: And ye shall overthrow their altars - As nee shiu lhieggal ny altaryn oc Bible; tilgey harrish, tilgey bun-ry-skyn

broid dirt: ta ny ushtaghyn eck tilgey seose laagh as broïd Bible; grime, nastiness, pollutant, smut, vileness: As tan cheer fo slane broid Bible; filthiness: Chamoo broid, ny glare ommijagh, ny craid, nagh vel jesh; agh ayns ynnyd oc shoh coyrt booise. Bible; filth: cha nee liorish cur ersooyl broid yn eill, agh liorish yn ansoor dy chooinsheanse vie gys Jee Bible; pollution: Son lurg daue ve er haghney broid y theihll trooid tushtey jeh'n Chiarn as Saualtagh Yeesey Creest Bible; corruption: Te er ny chuirr ayns broid; te troggit seose ayns glennid: Bible; impurity

nyn gour for them, prepared for them: Coyrt seose ayns stoyr nyn gour oc hene undin mie ry-hoi yn traa ta ry-heet Bible; for you, towards you: Gys eiraght shickyr as casherick, as nagh vel lheie ersooyl, kiarit ayns niau nyn gour euish Bible; for us

seiy seose push up; divideth: Myr shoh ta'n Chiarn gra, ta coyrt yn ghrian son soilshey 'sy laa, as oardaghyn yn eayst as ny rollageyn son soilshey 'syn oie, ta seiy seose yn aarkey tra ta ny tonnyn eck feiyral Bible

shen myr t'eh it is so, that's how it is: Cha vel eh agh obbyr caillit dy vel shiu ayns siyr dy irree dy moghey, as cha anmagh goaill fea, as gee yn arran dy imnea: son shen myr t'eh coyrt cadley dauesyn shinney lesh. Bible

son dy bragh as dy bragh for evermore: As choud as ta ny cretooryn shen coyrt gloyr, as ooashley, as booise dasyn va ny hoie er y stoyl-reeoil, as bio son dy bragh as dy bragh. PB1765; for ever and ever

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