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cron 1 blemish, scar, speck, spot, stain, stigma a: ayns yn eill vio loshtee cron sollys Bible; 2 draw, job lot, lot, portion: reynn eh yn thalloo oc orroo liorish cron Bible; 3 frame


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cron bea-oaylleeagh biological stain

cron broachey maiden

cron doo (yn); (on potatoes) blight: Praaseyn as y cron doo orroo. DF

cron folley bloodstain

cron greiney sun spot

cron ooyllagh apple scab

cron rollian maiden

cron tayrn lottery

cron towshan measuring rod

cron yiarn iron mould

gyn cron blameless, immaculate, impeccable, irreproachable, stainless, unsmirched, unspotted, unstained, unsullied, untarnished: nee oo dty eddin y hroggal seose gyn cron Bible

jannoo cron cicatrize

as cron faagit er stained

ben gyn cron (f.) goody-goody

cur cron er blemish as reputation, mark

cur y cron doo er blight

dooinney gyn cron goody-goody

faagail cron er scar, spot, stain, stigmatise, stigmatize

goody-goody (n.) ben gyn cron, dooinney gyn cron

maiden (n.) cron broachey, cron rollian; doodee; moidyn; (adj.) moidynagh

scar (n.) cron, scrabage, screebage; (v.) faagail cron er, jannoo screebage

stain (n.) cron, daah; (v.) daaghey, faagail cron er, smeyrey, sollaghey

apple scab (n.) cron ooyllagh

biological stain (n.) cron bea-oaylleeagh

bloodstain (n.) cron folley

iron mould (n.) cron yiarn

job lot (n.) cron, lott

speck (n.) briggin, cron

spot ard: Beautiful spot - Ard aalin. DF idiom; boayl: Sheltered spot - Boayl fasteeagh. DF idiom; spoht, spot, ynnyd; breck, cron; crottey; breckey, faagail cron er, spohttey; cur tastey da, fakin; jeir

stainless (adj.) dovergit; gyn cron

stigma (n.) cron, flout

sun spot (n.) cron greiney

unstained (adj.) gyn cron, neuhollit

cron-towshan measuring reed, measuring rod: ayns laue yn dooinney cron-towshan jeh shey cubityn er lhiurid Bible

anachronism (n.) cron-henndeeaght, mee-emshiraght

anachronistic (adj.) antraagh, cron-henndeeagh, mee-emshiragh

blight3 (n.) (on potatoes); (yn) cron doo; (yn) gorley praase

immaculate (adj.) gyn cron, neulheamysagh, ree-glen

irreproachable (adj.) gyn cron, neuchyndagh, neuoltooanagh

measuring reed (n.) cron-towshan

measuring rod (n.) cron towshan; cron-towshan

stigmatise (v.) faagail cron er; floutyraght

stigmatize (v.) faagail cron er; floutyraght

unsmirched (adj.) gyn cron; gyn tootey

winder1 (n.) cron-toghrish

cron-craaee (f.) aspen

cron-henndeeagh anachronistic

cron-henndeeaght (f.) anachronism

cron-toghrish reel, winder

aspen (n.) chengey ny mraane, croan-craaee, cron-craaee

blemish as reputation (v.) cur cron er

cicatrize (v.) goaill crackan, jannoo cron, screbbey

impeccable (adj.) gyn cron, gyn loght, neuloghtagh, neupheccoil

lottery (n.) cronghyr; tayrn-aigh; cron tayrn; cronchor

stained as cron faagit er; daahit; neu-ghlen

unspotted (adj.) gyn cron, neulheamyssagh, neuloghtagh; neuscriet

unsullied (adj.) gyn cron, gyn sollaghey, neuhollit

blameless (adj.) gyn cron, gyn foill, gyn loght, gyn oghsan, meechyndagh, neuchyndagh, neuloghtagh, neuvoiljagh

blemish1 (n.) cron, lheamys, milley; (v.) cur lheamys er, jannoo lheamys er

frame1 (n.) clowan, cron, frame, creatlagh, loayrt; aigney; (v.) cur frame er, cur roish

untarnished (adj.) gyn cron; gyn mergaghey; gyn smull; neuvergit; neuvillit

reynn See rheynn divided: reynn eh yn thalloo oc orroo liorish cron. Bible

blight1 scaa; (v.) ceau scaa er, cur lesh y gorley praase, cur smoalley er, cur y cron doo er, fowanaghey, fowaney, lommaney

draw1 camtayrn, tayrnys; cloie cormey; cloie corrym; cron; cronchur; jallooaghey; jiole; kelkal; sluggey; stig; striggey; taaley; tayrn: Draw the curtains - Tayrn ny curtanyn. JJK idiom; yrjaghey

mark1 (n.) butt, cowrey, kelk, mark; cagliagh; (v.) cowraghey, cronnaghey, cur cowrey er, cur cron er, goaill tastey jeh, markal; cowree: Mark the place - Cowree yn boayl. JJK idiom; (intj) cur my ner

portion aart, ayrn, cooid ronney, cron, cronney, kuse, lott, lowance, meer, rheynn, rheynn er, ronney, skibbag, toghyr, cronchor

dy-feer yea: Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean; dy-feer, cha vel ny rollageyn gyn cron ayns e hilley Bible; veraciously

dy meiygh approvingly, indulgently: Lesh sooillyn bra' beayn agh ayns keainid, ny yeih Gys roshys ad dt' oayllys, as jir ad dy meiygh, Dy vel uss dty lhongan dy aalid, gyn cron Coraa

across (prep.) har: Across there in England - Har aynshen ayns Sostyn. DF idiom; cheu hoal; hoon; tessen, tessyn: I am going across the road - Ta mee goll tessyn y raad. DF idiom; wass; harrish: He has a scar across his face - Ta cron harrish yn eddin echey DF idiom; noal: He came from across - Haink eh noal. DF idiom; noon: Go across to England - Immee noon gys Sostyn. DF idiom; hoal: The house across the way - Yn thie hoal DF idiom

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

reel clowan; cron-toghrish; crossey; leaystey; loaganey; pern; reel: Foursome reel - Reel da kiare. DF idiom; rollian; togherys; reamlagh

round about2 mygeayrt: the food of the field, which was round about every city - arroon vagher, va mygeayrt dagh ardvalley Bible; cruin mygeayrt: But the Levites shall pitch round about the tabernacle of testimony - Agh nee ny Leviteyn goaill grunt cruin mygeayrt cabbane y chonaant Bible; ooilley mygeayrt: your sheaves stood round about - hass ny bunneeyn euish ooilley mygeayrt Bible; runt mygeayrt: and the wall of Jerusalem round about - as voalley Yerusalem runt mygeayrt Bible; slane mygeayrt: it had a wall round about, five hundred reeds long - van voalley echey slane mygeayrt, queig cheead cron er lhiurid Bible

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