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Darragh Place of Oaks

darragh1 (pl -yn) oak, oaken, oak grove, oak wood, sessile oak: honnick mish Absalom croghey ayns billey-darragh Bible; would come: va ny chaghteryn feer tastagh darragh fockle erbee voish Bible

darragh2 (interrog.) would come: Shen-y-fa vrie ad jehn Chiarn ny sodjey, darragh y dooinney kionfenish Bible


Inexact matches:

Glen Darragh (n.) Glion Dorraghey

Astyl Darragh Oak Avenue

billey darragh oak tree: as dollee Jacob ad, fo yn billey darragh va liorish Shechem. Bible

Cooil Darragh Oak Nook

Cronk Darragh Oak Hill

darragh bane white oak

darragh Goaldagh English oak, pedunculate oak

darragh ruy red oak

darragh scarleod holm oak, ilex

Glion Darragh Oak Glen

Lhag Darragh Oak Hollow

Raad Darragh Oak Road

Thalloo Darragh Oaklands

Awin ny Darragh Oakwood River

Breid ny Darragh Gorge of the Oakwood

Close Cronk Darragh Oakhill Close

gorley Baase Doaltattym Darragh Sudden Oak Death disease

Lag ny Darragh Oak Hollow

mess yn darragh acorn

would come2 (interrog.) darragh; (dy) darragh: I wish they would come themselves - Saillym dy darragh ad ad-hene. JJK idiom

Oak Hollow (n.) Lag ny Darragh, Lhag Darragh

biljyn-darragh oaks: Jeh biljyn-darragh Vashan t'ad er n'yannoo dty vaidjyn-raue Bible

English oak (n.) darragh Goaldagh

holm oak (n.) darragh scarleod

ilex (n.) darragh scarleod

Oak Avenue (n.) Astyl Darragh

oaken (adj.) darragh, dy gharree

Oak Glen (n.) Glion Darragh

Oak Hill (n.) Cronk Darragh

Oaklands Thalloo Darragh

Oak Road (n.) Raad Darragh

oak tree (n.) billey darragh

pedunculate oak (n.) darragh Goaldagh

red oak (n.) darragh ruy

sessile oak (n.) darragh

white oak (n.) darragh bane

oak grove (n.) darragh, keyll gharree

Oakhill Close (n.) Close Cronk Darragh

oaks (npl.) biljyn-darragh

oak wood (n.) darragh, fuygh darree

Oakwood River (n.) Awin ny Darragh

Place of Oaks (n.) Darree, Darragh

acorn (n.) cro darree; mess yn darragh

Gorge of the Oakwood (n.) Breid ny Darragh

oak darrag; darragh; darree; ree ny keylley

Oak Nook (n.) Cooil Darragh, Cooill Darree

Sudden Oak Death disease (n.) gorley Baase Doaltattym Darragh

Glion Dorraghey Glen Darragh, Dark Glen

bangannyn boughs: hien mule fo bangannyn choo billey mooar darragh Bible

lhieuan elm: fo biljyn darragh, as poplar, as lhieuan Bible

poplar poplar: fo biljyn darragh, as poplar, as lhieuan Bible

themselves (pron) adhene; ad hene: I wish they would come themselves - Saillym dy darragh ad ad-hene. JJK idiom; adsyn

bwon pl. bwonyn gorse stick for fire wood; staddle, stub, stump: Agh, vel shiu rieau er chlashtyn jeh bwon darragh ny lhie fo-varrey? JG

crossag (f.) crossroad; ford, river crossing; crossing, intersection: V'ad soie ny brasnagyn er aght crossag as va fer jeh ny deiney goaill daa vrasnag jeh darragh as ren eh rubbey ad dy gheddyn lossan. Dhoor; spade handle; gullet

cypress cypress: T'eh giarey sheese cedaryn, as goaill y cypress as y darragh Bible

keylley2 (ny) arboreal: T'eh giarey sheese cedaryn, as goaill y cypress as y darragh, t'eh er ghoaill myr reih da hene fud biljyn ny keylley

lossan (f.) aurora, light, phosphorescence; pl. lossanyn blaze, flame, flare: V'ad soie ny brasnagyn er aght crossag as va fer jeh ny deiney goaill daa vrasnag jeh darragh as ren eh rubbey ad dy gheddyn lossan. Dhoor

mummig (=Ir. muime) (f.) See mummog mamma, mammy, mother, mum, mummy: Dy jinnagh chammah Mummig as mish shirrey urree dy heet, er-lhiats dy darragh ee? Coraa

ny-sodjey further, furthermore, moreover: Shen-y-fa vrie ad jehn Chiarn ny sodjey, darragh y dooinney kionfenish. Bible

spittag (f.) sharp-tongued woman, shrew, spitfire, verbose woman, vixen; little piece: Va dagh gharmin ayndoo jeh fuygh darragh, trome as lajer, chionnit rish fer elley lesh spittag fuygh, cha nee treiney yiarn! JG

neuwooiagh averse, discontented, disinclined, recalcitrant, reluctant, unpleased, unwilling: Cha vel y Chiarn moal mychione e ghialdynys, (myr ta paart dy gheiney coontey meillid) agh jeh surranse-foddey dooinyn, neuwooiagh dy jinnagh unnane erbee cherraghtyn, agh dy darragh-ooilley gys arrys. Bible

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