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deal1 (v.) cur magh, jannoo, truckal; dell; dellal: I have to deal with him - She orrym dy ghellal rish. DF idiom

deal2 (n.) (wood) deayl

deal batten, plank

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deal with (v.) cur rish

great deal (n.) lansh; mooarane: He must have a great deal of money - Shegin ve mooarane argid echey. JJK idiom

land-and-loan deal (n.) dellal thalloo-as-eeasaght

licensing deal (n.) dellal-kied

shall deal dellee: they shall deal treacherously with thee - dellee adsyn dy molteyragh rhyts Bible

financial restructuring deal (n.) dellal argidoil ry-hoi aachummey

I shall deal dellym: in the days that I shall deal with thee - er ny laghyn ayndoo dellym rhyt Bible

cur deal er plank

plank (n.) boayrd, claair, deal, plank; (v.) boayrdey, cur deal er

deayl (wood) deal

dellal-kied licensing deal

dellal thalloo-as-eeasaght land-and-loan deal

windsurfing deal-shiaulley

windsurfing board (n.) deal-shiaullee

deal-shiaullee windsurfing board

deal-shiaulley windsurfing

dellal argidoil ry-hoi aachummey financial restructuring deal

lansh great deal, large number, large quantity, lot

truckal deal, trade: Truckal ny clouagyn echey. DF

batten (n.) claare, deal, slat, slatt; (v.) cur claareyn er, cur slatten er, sparrey

dellee shall deal: dellee adsyn dy molteyragh rhyt's Bible; delicatessen

dellym I shall deal: er ny laghyn ayndoo dellym rhyt Bible

authors (npl.) ughtaryn: There's a great deal of jealousy among authors - Ta mooarane eadolys mastey ughtaryn. JJK idiom

costs (npl.) taillaghyn quaiyllagh; (v.) costal: This house costs me a great deal - Ta'n thie shoh costal mooarane dou JJK idiom

entertain (v.) cur cleaysh da, cur giense da; oltaghey: They entertain a great deal - T'ad goltaghey dy mennick. DF idiom

hay (n.) traagh: There will be a great deal of hay - Bee mooarane traagh ayn. JJK idiom

in like manner er aght cosoylagh; myrchaagh, myr-chaagh; er yn aght cheddin: In like manner thou shalt deal with thy vineyard - Er yn aght cheddin nee oo rish dty gharey-feeyney Bible

jealous (adj.) eadagh, eadoil, eadoilagh, eadolagh; eadolys: There's a great deal of jealousy among authors - Ta mooarane eadolys mastey ughtaryn. JJK idiom; eadaghey, geadaghey: He's jealous of his cousin - T'eh g'eadaghey e ghooinney-mooinjerey. JJK idiom

jealousy (n.) ead; eadoilys, eadolys: There's a great deal of jealousy among authors - Ta mooarane eadolys mastey ughtaryn. JJK idiom; eadaghey

patience (n.) cloie ny lomarcan; meeinid; meenid: She must have a great deal of patience - Shegin ve mooarane meenid eck. JJK idiom; meenys; surranse foddey; fuillaghtyn

cohassoo stand together, subsist: Jih firrinagh as duyney firrinagh, d'anym resunagh, as d'eal duyney, kujaght cohassu. PB1610; subsistence

cur rish add to, apply, commit, deal with, do, implement, practise, stand to, supplement: adsyn ta cur rish yn olk Bible

dell 1 (of play) argument; 2 business; 3 deal a: dell myr shoh roo ayns laa dty yymmoose. Bible; 4 (f.) lever; 5 starfish

dellal (=Ir. déileáil) dealing, business, commerce, deal, negotiate, trade, trading, traffic, transactions: jean dellal dy dooie as dy firrinagh rhym Bible; trafficking

mooarane (=Ir. mórán) great deal, lot, many, more numerous, much, multitude: Ver oo lhiat mooarane rass magh gys y vagher Bible; considerable; great many [O.Ir. mór]

falsely (adv.) dy breagagh: Thou speakest falsely - T'ou loayrt dy breagagh Bible; dy foalsey: And ye shall not swear by my name falsely - As cha jean shiu loo liorish mennyms dy foalsey Bible; dy molteyraght: Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely - Cha jean shiu geid, ny dellal dy molteyraght Bible; dy oaiagh: Or all that about which he hath sworn falsely - Ny ooilley shen, my-e-chione teh er loo dy oaiagh Bible; oaiagh: and hath testified falsely against his brother - as dy vel eh er goaill loo oaiagh noi e vraar

harlot (n.) ben oainjyr: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot - lurg kione three-feed as jeih bleeaney gow-ee Tyre arrane myr benoainjyr Bible; ben oainjyragh: Then went Samson to Gaza, and saw there an harlot - Eisht hie Samson gys Gaza, as honnick eh ayns shen ben oainjyragh Bible; co-lhiabbagh; streebagh: Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? - Kys by-lhoys da dellal rish y chuyr ain, myr rish streebagh? Bible; strumpag: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - As cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

mingled (ny) chione: And every meat offering, mingled with oil - As dagh oural-arran, ta ooil ny chione Bible; covestit; fud; mastey: whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices - yn uill oc va Pilate er gheayrtey mastey (fuill) ny ourallyn oc Bible; (ny) vud; seiyt; roie fud-y-cheilley: fire mingled with the hail - yn aile as y sniaghtey-garroo roie fud-y-cheilley Bible; mestit: a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fourth part of an hin of oil - omer dy flooyr mestit lesh yn chiarroo ayrn jeh hin dy ooil Bible; seiy: and mingled my drink with weeping - as er heiy my yough lesh jeïr Bible

wisely (adv.) dy tastagh: let us deal wisely with them - lhig dooin dellal roo dy tastagh Bible; dy creeney: And David behaved himself wisely in all his ways - As ren David gymmyrkey eh-hene dy creeney ayns ooilley e raaidyn Bible

cur magh (v.) board out, bring forth, deal, delegate, dispatch, dispense, displace, eject, emit, evacuate, exude, give out, issue, lay out, publish, put forth, put out, send out, yield: t'eh cur magh tendreilyn lesh fliaghey Bible; utterance; edition, publication; delegation, dispensation, ejection, emission, evacuation

jannoo1 (=Ir. déanamh) See yannoo1 accomplish, act, build, cast, coalesce, commit, compose, construct, deal, deed, do, doing, effect, execute, create, fabricate, fashion, fill, follow out, keep, keeping, making, manufacture, perform, perpetrate, practise, produce, render, structure, style, transact; make: jannoo ooilley ny ta'n Chiarn er harey Bible; accomplishment, committal, conferment, conformation, construction, formation, goings on, performance, perpetration, production, pursuance, transaction, transactions


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