dirt breban; broid, broïd: His hands are ingrained with dirt - Ta broid grainnit ayns ny laueyn echey. DF idiom; brouteraght; sollaghar; trustyr; cugh
dung (n.) cugh, gaerr, keck, taa; eoylley: Spreading dung - Skeaylley eoylley. DF idiom; (v.) eoyllaghey, jannoo keck, keckey, lhiasaghey, taarey, toarey, toarrey
filth (n.) broid, eajeeys, sollaghys, trustyr; feohoilys: Talking filth - Loayrt feohoilys. DF idiom; cugh; broïd
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