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death (n.) baase: The death of one dog is the life of another - Baase y derrey voddey bioys y voddey elley. JJK idiom

Inexact matches:

Black Death (n.) (The); (Yn) Gorley Doo

death agony (n.) guinn baaish

death bed (n.) lhiabbee vaaish, lhiabbee yerrinagh

death bell (n.) clag baaish, clag ny merriu

death blow (n.) builley baaish

death certificate (n.) teisht vaaish

death duties (npl.) keeshyn baaish

death knell (n.) clag baaish

death mask (n.) far-eddin vaaish

death omen (n.) monney baaish

death penalty (n.) kerraghey-baaish

death rate (n.) mortleeaght, raayt-baaish

death rattle (n.) lonn

death roll (n.) listey ny merriu

death throe (n.) greim baaish

death warrant (n.) barrantys baaish

death watch (n.) arrey baaish

death wound (n.) lhott baaish

everlasting death (n.) baase dy bragh farraghtyn

non-emergency death (n.) baase gyn gear-cheim

of death (gen.) baaish: On penalty of death - Fo kerraghys baaish. DF idiom; (y) vaaish: He is at the point of death - T'eh raad y vaaish. DF idiom

sudden death (n.) baase gyn saggyrt

fear of death (n.) aggle y vaaish

ministration of death (n.) shirveish y vaaish

on penalty of death fo kerraghys baaish

pain of death (n.) guinn y vaaish

Pool of Death (n.) Poyll Vaaish

power of life and death (n.) pooar er baase as bea

sentence of death (n.) deyrey baaish

sign of death (n.) monney baaish

sudden oak death (n.) baase doaltattym darree

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

under sentence of death (v.) deyrit gy baase

way of death (n.) raad y vaaish: I set before you the way of life, and the way of death - ta mee soiaghey kiongoyrt riu raad y vea, as raad y vaaish Bible

worthy of death toilchin baase: there is in the damsel no sin worthy of death - cha vel y ven aeg er nyannoo peccah erbee ta toilchin baase Bible

clag baaish death bell, death knell, passing bell

monney baaish death omen, sign of death: Ta shen monney baaish! DF

arrey baaish death watch

barrantys baaish death warrant

far-eddin vaaish (f.) death mask

Gorley Doo (Yn); (The) Black Death

greim baaish death throe

guinn baaish death agony

keeshyn baaish (f.) death duties

kerraghey-baaish death penalty

lhiabbee vaaish (f.) death bed

lhiabbee yerrinagh (f.) death bed

lhott baaish death wound

lonn death rattle

mortleeaght (f.) death rate

raayt-baaish death rate

teisht vaaish (f.) death certificate

death-knock (n.) crank baaish

death-watch (n.) caillagh oie; farrar

baase gyn gear-cheim non-emergency death

baase gyn saggyrt sudden death

crank baaish death-knock

deyrey baaish sentence of death

baase doaltattym darree sudden oak death

fo kerraghys baaish on penalty of death

gorley Baase Doaltattym Darragh Sudden Oak Death disease

listey ny merriu death roll, necrology

dicing (v.) doolaney: Dicing with death - Doolaney yn baase. DF idiom

stoned claghit: Stoned to death - Claghit gy baase. DF idiom; chlagh; (drunk) scooyrit

caillagh oie (f.) barn owl, white owl; death-watch

clag ny merriu death bell, funeral bell, passing bell

pooar er baase as bea power of life and death

vaaish See baaish :3 (y) of death: ren ribbaghyn y vaaish berraghtyn orrym. Bible

another (adj.) elley: The death of one dog is the life of another - Baase y derrey voddey bioys y voddey elley. JJK idiom

bad1 (adj.) drogh: Bad death on you! - Drogh vaase ort! DF idiom; doogh, breaghagh, dangeragh, donney, loau, loghtagh; olk

banishment (n.) eebyrtys: whether it be unto death, or to banishment - edyr y ve gys baase, ny gys eebyrtys Bible; joarreeaght; joarreeys

delivered assaid: The child was delivered - Va'n lhiannoo er ny assaid. DF idiom; livreyit; seyrit: Delivered from death - Seyrit veih baase. DF idiom

excuse (v.) jean leshtal er son, maihaghey; (n.) leih; leshtal: Death never came without an excuse - Cha daink rieau yn baase gyn leshtal. DF idiom

gave2 (interrog.) dug; put: Did Hezekiah king of Judah and all Judah put him at all to death? - Dug Hezekiah ree Yudah as ooilley Judah eshyn gy-baase? Bible

hen (n.) kiark: The hen was cooked to death - Va'n chiark spongit. DF idiom

more bitter (ny) shirroo: And I find more bitter than death the woman, whose heart is snares and nets - As hooar mee ny shirroo nan baase yn ven tan cree eck ribbaghyn as lieenteenyn Bible

pain gaer, geir, geiy; geu, gew; gonnid; guin, guinn; pian: I can bear the pain - Foddym surral y pian. DF idiom; doccar; pian: Pain of death - Guinn y vaaish. DF idiom; (v.) gortaghey, pianey, geiyaghey, guinney

penalty1 (n.) kerraghey; kerraghys: On penalty of death - Fo kerraghys baaish. DF idiom; uail

shadow (v.) eiyrt er; scaaghey: It became a shadow - Ren eh scaaghey. DF idiom; (n.) scaa: In the shadow of death - Fo scaa doo yn vaaish. DF idiom; scaa-doo, scadoo

shall condemn deyree: as deyree ad eh gy-baase - and they shall condemn him to death Bible

threat baggyrt: She was under a threat of illness - Va'n chingys baggyrt urree. DF idiom; baggyrtys: He was under the threat of death - V'eh fo baggyrtys baaish. DF idiom

wages (n.) argid; faill: The wages of sin is death - She faill peccah yn baase. DF idiom

aggle y vaaish mortal fear, fear of death: Ta my chree anveagh cheu-sthie jeem: as ta aggle y vaaish er duittym orrym Bible

baaish (f.) 1 imprudence, impudence; 2 pl. baaishyn temple, forehead; 3 (gen.) of death, mortality a: ta shin ayns dangeyr baaish fey-ny-laa Bible

baase1 (=Ir. bás, Sc. bas) pl. baaseyn bereavement, capital punishment, death, extinction, mortally: er aggle dy berr olk ennagh orrym, as dy voym baase. Bible; decease [O.Ir. bás]

baase2 (gy) mortally; (gy); (to) death: vad cur nyn goyrle dy cheilley dy choyrt eh gy baase Bible

baase dy bragh farraghtyn everlasting death: veih Noid nyn anmey, as veih'n baase dy bragh farraghtyn PB

builley baaish coup de grace, death blow, mortal blow: Eshyn ta cur builley baaish da dooinney, bee eh dy shickyr er ny choyrt gy baase. Bible; lethal blow

deyrit gy baase under sentence of death: lhig da ve deyrit gy baase. Bible

guinn y vaaish pain of death: As dooyrt eh rhym reesht, Shass, ta mee guee ort, orrym, as marr mee ass y raad; son ta mee ayns guinn y vaaish, ga dy vel ennal foast aynym. Bible

Poyll Vaaish Pool of Death, Poolvaash: hie mee marish Phil Gawne woish Poyll Vaaish as Manninagh elley. Carn

raad y vaaish death's door, dying, moribund, way of death: va Hezekiah ching, as ayns raad y vaaish Bible

shirveish y vaaish ministration of death: Agh my va shirveish y vaaish, scruit as grainnit er claghyn, gloyroil Bible

toilchin baase worthy of death: hug ad ooilley briwnys er, dy row eh toilchin baase.

barren land (n.) reeastane: I have made the wilderness, and the barren land his dwellings - ta mee er nyannoosyn aasagh, as y reeastane dy ve e chummal Bible; thalloo gennish: there shall not be from thence any more death or barren land - cha bee ad veih shoh magh neu-follan, nyn thalloo gennish Bible

life (n.) bea: It was the happiest day of my life - Ve yn laa s'maynrey ayns my vea. JJK idiom; bioys: The death of one dog is the life of another - Baase y derrey voddey bioys y voddey elley. JJK idiom; seihll

shall scourge custee: And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him - As craidee ad mysh, as custee ad eh Bible; scuitchee: And they shall scourge him, and put him to death - As scuitchee ad eh, as ver ad eh gy baase Bible

worthy1 (adj.) feeu: Worthy of respect - Feeu arrym. DF idiom; feeudagh: He is worthy of it - T'eh feeudagh da. DF idiom; toilliu: For the labourer is worthy of his hire - Son ta'n labree toilliu e 'aill. DF idiom; toilchin: He is worthy of death - T'eh toilchin baase. DF idiom; onoroil: If he will shew himself a worthy man - My yeeaghys eh eh-hene ny ghooinney onoroil Bible

farrar death-watch, vigil, wake for the dead, wake: Va ram sleih ec y rullick as ec y farrar syn Ynnyd Yernagh. Carn; roost


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