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creoi (=Ir. crochadh) 1 adamant, difficult, distressing, hardy, heartless, obdurate, severe, stubborn; 2 dry, hard, hard-boiled, hard-set, neat, solid, steely, stiff, tough a: Hug oo lhiat farraneyn, as ushtaghyn magh ass ny creggyn creoi Bible; 3 (of frost) bitter; 4 (as language) blistering; 5 (with money) near


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bayrn creoi crash helmet

Boayl Creoi Hard Place

cree creoi duramen, heartwood

dooinney creoi austere man, hard case, toughman: Agh y fer v'er gheddyn yn un talent haink eh, as dooyrt eh, Hiarn, va fys aym's dy nee dooinney creoi oo; buinn raad nagh ren oo cuirr, as chaglym raad nagh ren oo skeayley. Bible

dy creoi hard: va ny fainee as ny markee chionney dy creoi er e eiyrt's. Bible

edd creoi hard hat

feysht creoi poser, sticker, tickler

foiee creoi hardwood

geayl creoi anthracite, splint coal, stone coal

geurey creoi cold winter: Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK

guilb creoi cold chisel

imman creoi hard drive

jysk creoi hard disk

olymin creoi duralumin

pabyr creoi cardboard

rio creoi hard frost: nagh ren rieau thenniu, as nagh jean dy braa, chemmit lesh rio creoi, lomman gyere as nieu PC

carryn creoi y theihll vicissitudes of life

cha creoi as clagh stone hard

hard creoi: To-morrow we shall have hard frost - Bee rio creoi ain mairagh. JJK idiom; doccaragh; doillee; dy creoi, dy lajer; dy trome; geyre; lajer; reen; trome

creoi-wannallagh stiffnecked: as cur-my-ner pobble creoi-wannallagh ad Bible

adamant (adj.) creoi; (n.) adamant

anthracite (n.) geayl creoi

austere man (n.) dooinney creoi

bitter3 (adj.) (of frost) creoi

blistering2 (adj.) (as language) creoi

cardboard (n.) pabyr creoi; reenchaart

cold chisel guilb creoi

cold winter (n.) geurey creoi

crash helmet (n.) bayrn creoi

distressing (adj.) creoi; seaghnagh; smeihagh

duralumin (n.) olymin creoi

duramen (n.) cree creoi

hard-boiled (adj.) creoi, creoi-vroiet, reen

hard disk (n.) jysk creoi

hard drive (n.) imman creoi

hard frost (n.) rio creoi

hard hat (n.) edd creoi

Hard Place (n.) Boayl Creoi

hard-set (adj.) creoi

hardwood (n.) foiee creoi

heartwood (n.) cree creoi

near2 (adj.) (with money) creoi; peajeogagh

obdurate (adj.) creoi, kione-lajeragh

poser (n.) feysht creoi

severe (adj.) barbagh, dewil, lhome, loghtal, trome; creoi: Do you remember the year we had the severe winter? - Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK idiom

splint coal (n.) geayl creoi

steely (adj.) creoi, foyragh, stailliangh

tickler1 (n.) feysht creoi, greeseyder

tough (adj.) creoi; (n.) rag-rannee

toughman (n.) dooinney creoi

creoi-chreeagh callous, cold-blooded, flinty, heartless, stony-hearted: Son t'ad cloan ghaaney as creoi-chreeagh Bible

cold-blooded (adj.) dewil; feayr-fuiltagh; creoi-chreeagh

deep freeze (v.) creoi-riojey; (n.) creoi-riojeyder

dry sponkit, reeastanagh; chirrym: The road is dry without being hard - Ta'n raad chirrym gyn ve creoi. DF idiom; creeney; creoi; cuckley; jeen; shiast: The cow is dry - Ta'n vooa shiast. DF idiom; shiastey: Dry wells - Chibbraghyn shiastey. DF idiom; sloateil; chyrmey; chyrmaghey; chirmaghey: Put out to dry - Cur magh dy chirmaghey. DF idiom

flinty (adj.) claghagh, creoi-chreeagh

hard case (n.) dooinney creoi, gadderagh

hardfaced creoi-eddinagh; creoi-ghruaiagh

hard-fought (adj.) creoi-gheyre

hardmouthed (adj.) creoi-veallagh

hard-solder creoi-haah; creoi-haahghey

hardy (adj.) chionn, creoi, reen, tramylt

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

impenitent person (n.) creoi-wannalagh, meearrysagh

scirrhous (adj.) creoi-changyragh

scirrhus (n.) creoi-changyr

stiffnecked creoi-wannallagh; (npl.) creoi-wannallee

stiff-necked (adj.) cam-wannalagh, creoi-wannalagh, rag-wannalagh

stiff-neckedness (n.) creoi-wannalys, creoi-wannallys

stiff-necked person (n.) creoi-wannalagh

stone coal (n.) clagh-gheayl, geayl creoi

stony-hearted (adj.) creoi-chreeagh; neuennaghtagh

creoi-aignagh obstinate, stubborn

creoi-changyr scirrhus

creoi-changyragh scirrhous

creoi-chrackanagh hidebound

creoi-eddinagh hardfaced

creoi-gheyre hard-fought

creoi-ghruaiagh hardfaced

creoi-haah hard-solder

creoi-haahghey hard-solder

creoi-riojey deep freeze

creoi-riojeyder deep freeze

creoi-veallagh hardmouthed

creoi-veeallagh headstrong

creoi-vroiet hard-boiled

creoi-wannalagh impenitent person, stiff-necked person: As my vees fer creoi-wannalagh mastey yn pobble, te yindys my scapys eh gyn kerraghey: son mârishyn ta myghin as jymmoose; t'eh niartal dy leih, as dy gheayrtey magh e yymmoose. Apoc; stiff-necked, stubborn

creoi-wannallee stiffnecked: Shiuish chreoi-wannallee Bible

creoi-wannallys stiff-neckedness: Son shione dou dty vee-viallys, as dty chreoi-wannallys Bible

creoi-wannalys stiff-neckedness

callous creoi-chreeagh; feayr-chreeagh; gyn ennaghtyn

headstrong (adj.) creoi-veeallagh; gyn thort; kione-lajeragh; raghtanagh

solid (n.) corp, corp stooalt, stooaltane; (adj.) creoi, fondagh, stooalt

sticker (n.) festeyder, feysht creoi, greimmeyder, seiyder

stone hard (adj.) cha creoi as clagh; clagh-chreoi

hidebound (adj.) chionn-chraitnagh, coon-enneeynagh, coon-inchyn, creoi-chrackanagh, kianglt 'sy cheh

obstinate camlaagagh; creoi-aignagh; frassyrtagh; kione-eairkagh; kione-lajeragh; raghtal; raghtanagh; sthurneishagh

vicissitudes of life (npl.) caghlaaghyn y theihill, carryn creoi y theihll, neuhickyrys y theihll

adamant adamant: ren ad nyn greeaghyn [cha creoi] as y chlagh adamant Bible

boggagh soften, steep: Ta broit cheh boggagh arran creoi. DF

bargain (n.) bargane: He drives a hard bargain - T'eh jannoo bargane creoi. DF idiom; conaant: They entered into a bargain - Ren ad conaant eddyr oc hene. DF idiom; (v.) conaantey

broth (n.) broit: Hot broth softens hard bread - Ta broit cheh boggagh arran creoi. DF idiom

collar (n.) brilleig, mwannal; coillar: Stand-up collar - Colliar ard creoi. DF idiom; (v.) cur coillar er

difficult (adj.) condragh, creoi; doillee: It's a difficult undertaking, you won't succeed in it - Bee eh doillee diu dy ghoaill ayns laue, cha jig eh lhiu. JJK idiom; doccar, mooar, neuaashagh, noi-vreihagh, trome; (pref.) do-

frost (v.) cur brat shugyr er, cur treinaghyn rioee er, riojey; (n.) rio: To-morrow we shall have hard frost - Bee rio creoi ain mairagh. JJK idiom

neat (adj.) 1 lhome, creoi, skeoigh; 2 jesh: To be as neat as a pin - Ve cha jesh as freeney. JJK idiom a jeshey; 3 stuittey; 4 ollagh, stuitt

stiff (adj.) chionn, doillee, formoil, rag, reen, roauyr, stark; neulhoobagh: Stiff joint - Olt neulhoobagh. DF idiom; creoi: Stiff-neckedness - Creoi-wannalys. DF idiom; geyre: Stiff climb - Drappal geyre. DF idiom; stuggagh

stubborn (adj.) ard-wannalagh, condaigagh, creoi, creoi-aignagh, creoi-wannalagh, frowartagh, meeammyssagh, raghtal, raghtanagh, roonagh; meereiltagh; sturneishagh, storneishagh: As stubborn as a mule - Cha sturneishagh as muc. DF idiom; mee-viallagh

ashooneyragh nationalist, nationalistic: Erreish daue v'er ngeddyn 43% jeh'n vote ashooneyragh sy twoaie, ta Sinn Fein son gobbraghey dy creoi ayns politickaght sy jiass. Carn

ben chreeney (f.) (female) sage: Nish va ennym y dooinney Nabal, as ennym e ven, Abigail: as v'ee ben chreeney as tushtagh, as feer aalin: agh va'n dooinney creoi, mooaralagh, as tranlaasagh ayns e ghellal, as v'eh jeh kynney Chaleb. Bible

brisht stiagh baptized with fire: scolt ad hene lesh lhieggey er nyn mooin, ad broojit fo; nyn armyn creoi cur guin, torchagh as pian, myr v'ad brisht stiagh ayndoo lesh trimmid wooar PC

bwoaillit played, struck: Agh ta Mainshtyr Earnshaw gra dy vel reddyn jeant aarloo hannah dy chooney lhieusyn vees bwoaillit smoo creoi ec priosyn ard. BS; threshed

chemmit bordered, hemmed: Ayns ardjyn elley sleityn sniaghtee va, nagh ren rieau thenniu, as nagh jean dy braa, chemmit lesh rio creoi PC

cur aggle er alarm, daunt, frighten, terrorize: Ren Laa Tynvaal cur aggle er sleih, Veagh Mannin stroiet ec deiney creoi, Agh gagh red mie fy yerrey hoal, Sidooryn Hostyn dy chooilley voayl. Carn

daa housane two thousand: ren ad jeelym jeu ayns ny raaidyn-mooarey, queig thousaneyn dooinney; as deiyr ad dy creoi geiyrt orroo gys Gidom, as varr ad daa housane dooinney jeu. Bible

foayroilid approbation: rveishagh Dellal as Jeadys, t'eh gra dy vel eh gobbraghey dy creoi dy chur lesh caghlaaghyn ayns slattys kiedyn-obbyr yn Ellan gys Tinvaal dy gheddyn foayroilid son oc. BS; auspiciousness; tenderness

jannoo craid er mock: Hoig Manninee dooie ny lettyryn shen va jannoo craid er aght cho glen jeh deiney berchagh, creoi as jooigh, lurg pooar as argid v'ad pandoogh. Carn

saaueyn saws: hug eh ad dy obbraghey dy creoi lesh saaueyn, as lesh clein yiarn, as lesh teighyn Bible

scroig (f.) crust, incrustation, scab, scale, scarfskin, slime: nish va'n aile ceaut ass, as y scroig eaghtyr creoi myr lake dy phrash. PC; dross

tannaghtyn bio survive: mastey ny Manninee-cheerey mysh keead blein roish my vaik mee soilshey'n laa va traaghyn creoi agglagh ayn as beign da sleih gleck as caggey dy tannaghtyn bio. Dhoor

soft (adj.) bog: Wax is soft, when warmed - Ta kere bog, tra t'ee er ny chiow. JJK idiom; boggyr; glass; meen, meein, meeinagh; meeley: Will you have it hard or soft ? - Bee eh eu creoi ny meeley? JJK idiom; meddey, mettey; nesh; tash; meiygh; dy kiune, dy rea

year (n.) blein, bleïn: I wish you goodnight, good morning, a Merry Christmas, a Happy New year - Saillym diu Oie vie, Moghrey mie, Ollick ghennal, Blein vie Noa. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) vleïn, vlein: Do you remember the year we had the severe winter? - Gooin lhiu yn vlein va'n geurey creoi ain? JJK idiom

ayn as ass there and back: as chymmylt mysh va voalley lajer ard, as ayn as ass dy gholl cha row agh raad va freilt sthill dooint dy creoi lesh lheid y duilley as va ny share na prash my cheeadoo filley. PC

kiaullaneyder bellman, bell ringer, campanologist; clamourer, town crier: Son y veggan t'eh dy choyrt, t'eh mooaraghey dy creoi, t'eh fosley e veeal myr kiaullaneyder: t'eh geeasagh jiu, as shirrey reesht mairagh: ta lheid y fer dwoaiagh fenish Jee as dooinney. Apoc; herald

kione-lajeragh arbitrary, contumacious, headstrong, obdurate, obstinate, persistent, strong-willed: Son ta Israel creoi-wannallagh, myr colbagh kione-lajeragh: nish nee yn Chiarn fassaghey ad myr eayin ayns aber aalin. Bible; unruly

thie ollee byre, cattle house, cowhouse: Va dub mooar 'sy vaghey er gerrey da'n thie ollee as ayns shen dod shin shiaulley baatyn beggey, as ec traaghyn jeh rio creoi 'sy gheurey tra va'n ushtey riojit chiu dy liooar dy hassoo er JG

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