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cree (=Ir. croí, Sc.G. cridhe) pl. creeaghyn pl. creeghyn 1 bud, button, centre, core, crux, ganglion, heart, hub, palm, pith a: er-yn-oyr dy row cree ooilley'n pobble trimshagh Bible; 2 boundary; 3 encouragement; 4 (of story) hinge [O.Ir. cride]

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aachuirrey cree heart transplant

ass cree dejected, discouraged: ta nyn mraaraghyn er choyrt shin ass cree Bible

brebaney cree palpitation

brishey cree heartbreak: v'eh brishey cree Ghoolish dy chummal ayns Mannin ta goll er Sostynaghey gagh laa. Carn

bwoalley cree pulsation

coarid cree kind-heartedness

corrid cree tug the heartstrings

cree brisht bleeding heart, heartbroken: Tan Chiarn er-gerrey dauesyn ta jeh cree brisht: Bible

cree cloaie hardhearted, stony heart

cree creoi duramen, heartwood

cree feayr unfeeling heart

cree ooyllagh apple core

creoiys cree callousness, heartlessness

daa cree heartburn

dooieys cree kind-heartedness

dunnalys cree pecker

eddrymid cree light-heartedness

failleilys cree heart failure

feayrid cree callousness

feoiltys cree kind-heartedness: As taaghey yn chiamble gagh-laa lesh un aigney, as brishey arran 'sy thie ghow ad nyn meaghey lesh gennallys as feoiltys cree Bible

gorley cree angina, heart disease

Gow cree (intj) Bear up, Buck up, Take courage: Ren dagh fer jeu cooney lesh e naboo, as dooyrt dy chooilley ghooinney rish e vraar, Gow cree. Bible

gyn cree heartless: Ta Ephraim myrgeddin myr calmane oney gyn cree Bible

meiyghid cree kind-heartedness, soft-heartedness

mieys cree good-heartedness

pian cree heartache

ronsaghey cree heart-searching

seaghney cree vexation of spirit: Ta shoh myrgeddin fardail, as seaghney cree. Bible

sur-oayllee cree heart specialist

tallagh cree cardiac murmur

thalloo cree border land

trimmid cree disconsolateness

trimshey cree sorrow of heart, soul-sickness: cha vel shoh monney agh trimshey cree. Bible

Balley ny Cree Boundary Farm

caayl gyn cree colewort

Chibbyr ny Cree Bane White Boundary Well

cree ny cooish kernel of the matter

cree ny coshey sole

cree ny laue palm

Cronk ny Cree Boundary Hill

Cronk y Cree Boundary Hill

cur ass cree demoralization, demoralize, depress, discourage, dishearten: Ta Mainshtyr Huhne credjal dy noddagh shen cur ass cree sleih ta kiarail shaghney eeck keeshyn ayns ny çheeraghyn oc hene liorish baih argid ayns bancyn ayns Mannin. BS; disheartening

cur cree ayn cheer up, fortify: Agh cur currym da Joshua, as cur cree ayn, as niartee eh Bible

cur cree da heartening, reassure: t'eh cur cree da sleih liorish gra nagh lhisagh taillaghyn-urryssaght goll seose kyndagh rish ny thooillaghyn haink er Yn Ellan er y gherrid. BS

goaill y cree ass (as apples) core

gyn ve currit ass cree undeterred, undisheartened

imlee ayns cree 1 humble hearted, humble in spirit a: Tayrnys e voyrn dooinney sheese dy injil; agh eiyrys ooashley orroosyn ta imlee ayns cree Bible

lught y ghorley cree heart patients

nagh vel currit ass cree undisheartened

Toinn ny Cree Boundary Bottom

kind-heartedness (n.) coarid cree, dooieys cree, feoiltys cree, meiyghid cree

callousness (n.) creoiys cree, feayrid cree

Boundary Hill (n.) Cronk y Cree, Cronk ny Cree, Cronk y Clyst

heart (n.) att; bun; cree: He has heart trouble - Ta'n cree echey jannoo er. DF idiom

hub (n.) cree: The hub of the universe - Cree y tuinney. DF idiom; imleig; rhollan

undisheartened gyn lhaggaghey creeaght; gyn ve currit ass cree; nagh vel currit ass cree

ceaghlit altered, changed, commuted, converted, modified: Lhig da'n cree echey ve ceaghlit veih cree dooinney Bible

angina (n.) gorley cree

apple core (n.) cree ooyllagh

Bear up (intj) Gow cree

bleeding heart (n.) cree brisht

border land (n.) thalloo cree

Buck up (intj) Gow cree

cardiac murmur (n.) tallagh cree

colewort (n.) caayl gyn cree

core1 (n.) cree; slock

crux (n.) cree

demoralization (n.) cur ass cree

demoralize (v.) cur ass cree

discouraged ass cree; lhiettalit

dishearten (v.) cur ass cree

disheartening cur ass cree: We find the work very disheartening - Ta'n obbyr cur shin ass cree dy mooar. DF idiom

duramen (n.) cree creoi

encouragement (n.) cree; greinnaghey

ganglion (n.) cree, gangleen

good-heartedness mieys cree

hardhearted (adj.) cree cloaie

heartache (n.) boirey, pian cree

heartbreak (n.) brishey cree

heartbroken (adj.) ching-chreeagh; cree brisht

heartburn (n.) daa cree

heart disease (n.) gorley cree

heart failure (n.) failleilys cree

heartlessness (n.) creoiys cree

heart-searching (n.) cree-scrutagh, ronsaghey cree

heart specialist (n.) sur-oayllee cree

heart transplant (n.) aachuirrey cree

heartwood (n.) cree creoi

hinge3 (n.) (of story) cree

light-heartedness (n.) eddrymid cree

palm (n.) bass, bass ny laue, cree ny laue, glack, cree; palm: Palm Sunday - Doonaght ny Palm. JJK idiom; crouw phalm; (v.) follee ayns y laue

pecker (n.) dunnalys cree, spulgeyder

pulsation (n.) builley, bwoalley cree

soft-heartedness meiyghid cree

soul-sickness trimshey cree

stony heart (n.) cree cloaie

Take courage (intj) Gow cree

unfeeling heart (n.) cree feayr

thie ny trimshee house of mourning: Ta cree yn dooinney creeney ayns thie ny trimshee: agh ta cree yn ommydan ayns thie yn rouanys. Bible

Boundary Bottom (n.) Toinn ny Cree

Boundary Farm (n.) Balley ny Cree

cordate (adj.) cree-chrooagh

core2 (v.) (as apples) goaill y cree ass

core services (npl.) shirveishyn-cree

disconsolateness (n.) meegherjoilid, neugherjoilid, trimmid cree

discourage (v.) cur ass cree, lhiettal

heartening (v.) cur cree da, aachreeaghey

heartless (adj.) creoi; creoi-chreeagh; gyn cree

heart-piercing cree-howlagh

heart-shaped (adj.) cree-chrooagh

humble hearted imlee ayns cree

pith (n.) bree, cree, fochrackan, minnagh

sorrow of heart (n.) trimshey cree

soulless (adj.) cree-vrishagh; gyn annym

tug the heartstrings corrid cree

vexation of spirit seaghney cree

cree-chrooagh cordate, heart-shaped

cree-howlagh heart-piercing

cree-scrutagh heart-searching

cree-vrishagh soulless

cree-vrisht (of person) desolate

lhagchreeagh faint-hearted: As nee ny leeideilee loayrt ny sodjey rish y cheshaght, as jir ad, Dooinney erbee ta aggle er, as lhagchreeagh, lhig da goll roish gys e hie, nagh lhaggee eh cree e vraaraghyn myr y cree echey hene. Bible

shirveishyn-cree (f.) core services

cheer up (v.) cur cree ayn, gerjaghey

dejected (adj.) ass cree, groamagh, grouw, sou-aignagh, trome-chreeagh

heart patients (npl.) lught y ghorley cree

kernel of the matter (n.) cree ny cooish

White Boundary Well (n.) Chibbyr ny Cree Bane

dagglee frightened: Dagglee eh yn cree assym. DF

tuinney universe: Cree y tuinney. DF

palpitation (n.) brebaney cree, builley mysh y chree; pandoogh; soutal y chree

undeterred (adj.) gyn lhiettal; gyn ve currit ass cree; neuchastit; neuchumrit

boggoil glad, joyful, jubilant, merry: Ta cree boggoil jannoo eddin gennal Bible; delightful

fraueit grafted, rooted: Ta ommijys fraueit ayns cree paitchey Bible

gannoonaghey faint, growing weak, weakening; fainted: As ren cree Yacob gannoonaghey Bible

medshin medicine: ta cree gennal jannoo follan myr medshin Bible

mitchooragh mischievous, rascally: bee eshyn ta jeh cree mitchooragh beg soit jeh. Bible

boundary (n.) charrey; cree; creeagh; joarey; linney chree; caghliagh: Stream that marks the boundary - Strooan ta jannoo y cagliagh. DF idiom

bud1 blaa aeg; blaaghey; brishey magh; buinney; cree; cur buinney magh: They are in bud - T'ad cur buinnaghyn magh. DF idiom; fo vuinnaghyn; gobbit; gub; gubbit; jeeass; keeagh

button (n.) cramman, cree; (v.) cur ny crammanyn ayn: Button your coat - Cur ny crammanyn ayns y chooat eu. JJK idiom

centre cree, laare, ynnyd; mean: The centre of the table - Mean y voayrd. DF idiom; boayl: Shopping centre - Boayl shappal. DF idiom; laaragh, meanagh

courageous errooyrtagh; dunnal: Only be thou strong and very courageous - Ynrycan bee jeh cree mie as feer dunnal Bible; creeoil: be courageous, and be valiant - bee-jee creeoil, as prow-jee as prow-jee dunnal Bible

crafty (adj.) cluigagh, kialgagh, kioot; croutagh: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; (npl.) croutee

depress (v.) broo sheese, broojey sheese, ceau sheese, cur ass cree, cur sheese, injillaghey, lhaggaghey, tilgey sheese

desolate2 (of person) cree-vrisht: and my heart within me is desolate - as ta my chree brisht cheusthie Bible

faintness (n.) annooinid: And upon them that are left alive of you I will send a faintness into their hearts - As orroosyn vees faagit bio jiuish, ver-yms annooinid cree Bible

frightened agglit ass; scoaghit; dagglee: He frightened me out of my senses - Dagglee eh yn cree assym. DF idiom; jagglee: They frightened me - Jagglee ad mee. DF idiom

gross (n.) daa ghussan yeig; gross; (adj.) jiarg-; slane; garroo; roauyr: For this people's heart is waxed gross - Son ta cree yn phobble shoh er naase roauyr Bible

head1 ard-chaptan, ard-chione, enmys; kione: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; pen; (v.) cruinnaghey, cur kione da, kionaghey

humble1 anooasle, imlagh, injil, injillaghey; imlee: Humble hearted - Imlee ayns cree. DF idiom; (v.) cur imleeid er, imlaghey

kind dooghys; dooie: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; keint; kynney; sorch: What kind of escapement has it? - Cre'n sorch dy headan t'echey? JJK idiom

melt (v.) lheie, lheïe; roie; boggee: That will melt his heart - Boggee shen y cree echey. DF idiom; lheihtane

more bitter (ny) shirroo: And I find more bitter than death the woman, whose heart is snares and nets - As hooar mee ny shirroo nan baase yn ven tan cree eck ribbaghyn as lieenteenyn Bible

ploughing (v.) farrys-thie; farrysthie: An high look, and a proud heart, and the ploughing of the wicked, is sin - Ayns shilley ard, as cree moyrnagh, as eer ayns farrysthie ny mee-chrauee, ta peccah. Bible; traaue; traauee

reassure (v.) aaniartaghey, aayarrooaghey, cur cree da, jannoo aaurraghys er; cur creeaght ayn; cur creeaght er: Words calculated to reassure us - Focklyn verragh creeaght orrin. DF idiom

sole (n.) bun, bun ny coshey, cree ny coshey, grunt, grunt ny cass, trie; (v.) cur bun noa er, cur trie noa er; (n.) liebage, liehbage, liebage chiare, liehbaig; (adj.) un, ynrican

universe (n.) cruinney; tuinney: The hub of the universe - Cree y tuinney. DF idiom; dowan: The expanding universe - Yn dowan ta gaase. DF idiom

amneenyn souls: son ta mee meen as imlee ayns cree: as yiow shiu fea da nyn amneenyn Bible

baih argid invested: Ta Mainshtyr Huhne credjal dy noddagh shen cur ass cree sleih ta kiarail shaghney eeck keeshyn ayns ny çheeraghyn oc hene liorish baih argid ayns bancyn ayns Mannin. BS

cage cage: Myr eean freilt ayns cage dy volley eeanlee elley, myr shen ta cree yn vooinjer chluicagh Apoc

cha-surrym I will not suffer: Quoi-erbee myrgeddin techey shilley mooaralagh as cree ard: cha surr-ym eh Bible

chlashtyn (dy); (to) hear: cree dy hoiggal, ny sooillyn dy akin, ny cleayshyn dy chlashtyn, gys y laa jiu. Bible

cleaynit biased, coaxed, corrupted, distorted, induced: t'eh cleaynit lesh cree molteyragh Bible; slanting; partial

creesteeaght See creestiaght sacrament: Creesteeaght obbyr dy chooilley ghooinney, as foddee dooinney er beggan tushtey, my ta cree onnor agh echey, fys ve echey er e churrym as foddee eh yannoo eh, CS

cro pl. croyn 1 gall; 2 nut a: Eshyn vees y cree echey, shegin da brishey yn cro JJK

croo 1 (n.) pl. crooghyn form, format, shape; 2 (n.) (of moon) phase; 3 (v.) build, coining, create, father, invent a: Croo aynym cree glen, O Yee: Bible; 4 (n.) appearance; 5 coinage; 6 creation

doayrn fist: Ny share ta lane doayrn lesh fea, na daa lane doayrn lesh tooilleil as seaghney cree. Bible

dooinney schleioil man of understanding: Ta coyrle ayns cree dooinney gollrish ushtey dowin: agh nee dooinney schleioil tayrn magh eh Bible

drogh-yantee transgressors: sooill cha vaik, cleaysh cha geayll, cha hoig rieau cree ny reddyn agglagh ta cour drogh-yantee. PC

er-eiyrt alternately; after: son lesh nyn meeal t'ad jeeaghyn lane graih, agh ta'n cree oc goll er-eiyrt nyn sayntyn. Bible

er shaghryn (=Ir. seachran) adrift, astray, betrayed, bewildered, deviating, erring, erroneous, lost, stray, strayed: ta gioot cur yn cree er-shaghryn Bible

eshyn by-haittin lesh he that loveth: Eshyn by-haittin lesh glennid cree, son ynrickys e veillyn bee yn ree ny charrey da Bible

feeyn noa must, new wine: Ta maarderys, as feeyn, as feeyn noa dy chleayney yn cree. Bible

feïeys wildness: Myr ta blass y vee-feïeys soilshaghey yn keint, myr shen ta cree tastagh goaill baght jeh raaghyn foalsey. Apoc

feoilt (=Ir. fial) benevolent, bountiful, generous, munificent, open-handed, openhanded: dy chooilley ghooinney as ben jeh cree feoilt Bible; plenteous

feoiltys bounty, generosity, hospitality, largesse, liberalism, munificence, unselfishness: ghow ad nyn meaghey lesh gennallys as feoiltys cree Bible

fer- (pref.) male: my ta cree onnoragh echey, fys ve echey er e churrym as foddee eh yannoo eh, chammah as y fer-ynsee smoo erbee. CS

fer-ynsee pl. fir-ynsee male teacher, master, schoolteacher, teacher: foddee dooinney er beggan tushtey, my ta cree onnoragh echey, fys ve echey er e churrym as foddee eh yannoo eh, chammah as y fer-ynsee smoo erbee. CS

frasseeagh reactive, reactor: Tra ta frasseeagh ''mooghit'', ta cree y frasseeagh cur magh chiass mooar son ooryn as ooryn. Carn

gennallys amiableness, bonhomie, cheerfulness, chirpiness, conviviality, geniality, gladness, glee, jocularity, jollity, joviality, mirth: lesh boggey as gennallys cree Bible

gholl harrish (dy); (to) pass over: As cren-oyr ta shiu cur cloan Israel ass cree, dy gholl harrish gys y cheer tan Chiarn er choyrt daue? Bible

glennid (=Ir. glaine) chastity, clarity, cleanliness, cleanness, fineness, flatness, hygiene, incorruption, innocency, pureness, purity, sharpness, thoroughness: Eshyn by-haittin lesh glennid cree Bible

jannoo gennal make happy: Ta trimshey ayns cree dooinney cur er croymmey: agh ta fockle dooie jannoo gennal jeh. Bible

keeallagh See keeayllagh 1 sensible a: gra dy baghtal nagh row ad laccal ve stroit ayns caggey eddyr ny Rooshee as ny Americanee verragh eh cree da Celtiee elley as da sleih onnoroil as keeallagh ayns Sostyn. Carn; 2 sensory

keeaylagh eloquent; prudent: Eh ta creeney ayns cree, vees enmyssit keeaylagh, as ta miljid glare ny meillyn bishaghey ynsagh. Bible

Keeill Eoin John's Church: Jiu hie shin roin dy akin Keeill Eoin as Cronk Tinvaal, cree as undin ny h-Ellan. Coraa

kialgeyrys cunning, deceit, deceitfulness, double dealing, hypocrisy, imposture, knavery, treachery: nee'n cree echey gobbraghey mee-chraueeaght, dy chur-rish kialgeyrys Bible

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

loauid (f.) cariousness, foulness, putrefaction, putridity, rot, rottenness, staleness: Ta cree follan slaynt y challin: agh ta loauid ny craueyn. Bible

meen bland, darling, dear, meek, mild, patient, pet, quiet, soft, sweet: son ta mee meen as imlee ayns cree Bible

moaldey meagre, slow; failing: ver y Chiarn dhyt ayns shen cree er-creau, as sooillyn moaldey Bible

mooaralagh 1 (adj.) ambitious, arrogant, big-headed, conceited, dignified, haughty, imperious, insolent, majestic, ostentatious, presumptuous, proud, uppish a: ta'n cree surransagh ny share na'n chree mooaralagh Bible; 2 (n.) arrogant person, haughty person, uppish person; 3 (haughty) vain

myskidagh implacable, malevolent, malicious, rancorous, resentful, spiteful, vindictive: Er-yn-oyr dy vel ny Philistinee er ghellal dy elgyssagh, as er ghoaill cooilleeney lesh cree myskidagh Bible

noa (=Ir. nua, O.Ir. núa) fresh, modern, new, novel, original, recent, unused: Cree noa myrgeddin ver-yms ayndiu, as spyrryd noa ver-ym er cheu-sthie j'iu Bible [L. novus]

paitchey (=Ir. páiste, Sc.G. pàiste) pl. paitchyn 1 bairn, child, kid a: Ta ommijys fraueit ayns cree paitchey Bible; 2 bantling, brat, chit; 3 (boy) page, varlet [E.M.Ir. páitse]

peeikear pl. peeikeyryn, peeikearyn descrier, spy: Myr eean freilt ayns cage dy volley eeanlee elley, myr shen ta cree yn vooinjer chluicagh; as myr peeikear t'eh lhie cooyl-chlea son dty lhieggey. Apoc; spoilsport

riojit frostbitten, frosted, frozen, icebound, iced: va ny diunidyn riojit ayns cree yn aarkey Bible

roauyr (=Ir. ramhar) bulky, buxom, corpulent, fat, firm, fleshy, heavy, obese, overweight, plump, sleek, stiff, stout, thick: Ta'n cree oc cha roauyr as saill Bible; gross

roonagh ill intentioned, malicious, malignant, perverse, runic, secret, stubborn, vicious, vindictive: Eshyn ta jeh cree roonagh, cha vow eh veg y vie Bible; froward; unruly; wayward; untoward


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