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difficult (adj.) condragh, creoi; doillee: It's a difficult undertaking, you won't succeed in it - Bee eh doillee diu dy ghoaill ayns laue, cha jig eh lhiu. JJK idiom; doccar, mooar, neuaashagh, noi-vreihagh, trome; (pref.) do-


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extremely difficult (adj.) feer doccaragh

too difficult ro-ghoillee: It's too difficult - T'eh ro ghoillee. JJK idiom

very difficult (adj.) feer doillee: The algebra lesson is very difficult - Ta'n lessoon algebra feer doillee. JJK idiom; feer ghoillee

difficult to walk on lheibeidjagh

condragh difficult, mischievous, wicked

noi-vreihagh cussed, difficult, malgrained

feer doccaragh Herculean, extremely difficult

do- (pref.) ANTONYM so- difficult: T'ad do-gheddyn DF; un-

lheibeidjagh cumbersome, difficult to walk on, unwieldly, unwieldy

neuaashagh awkward, difficult; discontented, restless, uneasy: Va shin ooilley feer neuaashagh. GK

ro-ghoillee impracticable, too difficult: Vel nhee erbee ro-ghoillee da'n Chiarn ? Bible

author (n.) bun; jatter; ughtar: This author's style is difficult - Ta mod yn ughtar shoh doillee JJK idiom

greater s'moo: The more difficult a thing is, the greater the honour in doing it - Myr s'doillee red, smoo yn onnor jannoo eh. JJK idiom; (adj.) (ny) s'yrjey

problem (n.) crampys; cront; doilleeid: The housing problem - Doilleeid y thieys. DF idiom; feysht: The problem is ever so difficult - Ta'n feysht cha doillee as vaik oo rieau. DF idiom; keisht

rule linnaghey; ordreil; ordreilagh; reill: I am going to explain to you the rule, which is the most difficult of all - Soilsheeym dhyt yn reill s'doillee jeh ooilley. JJK idiom; reilley; reiltys, reilltys; reillys; reilt; (n.) rule

style aght: He has a free style - Ta aght rey echey. DF idiom; birran, snaid; enmys; jannoo; mod: This author's style is difficult - Ta mod yn ughtar shoh doillee JJK idiom

thing (n.) nhee; red: The more difficult a thing is, the greater the honour in doing it - Myr s'doillee red, smoo yn onnor jannoo eh. JJK idiom

creoi (=Ir. crochadh) 1 adamant, difficult, distressing, hardy, heartless, obdurate, severe, stubborn; 2 dry, hard, hard-boiled, hard-set, neat, solid, steely, stiff, tough a: Hug oo lhiat farraneyn, as ushtaghyn magh ass ny creggyn creoi Bible; 3 (of frost) bitter; 4 (as language) blistering; 5 (with money) near

doccar (f.) arduousness, difficult, labour, laboriousness, pain, struggle, travail: ny cur y doccar er ooilley'n pobble Bible; painfulness

doillee (=Ir. doiligh) difficult, hard, stiff, ticklish, uphill: Ta'n clagh trome, as ta'n genniagh errey doillee dy ymmyrkey Bible

feer doillee Herculean, very difficult: As shohn oyr ta berçhys cha danjeyragh dy vel Yeesey Creest er hoilshagh dy vel eh feer doillee son dooinney berçhagh dy ve ny Chreestee vie CS

feer ghoillee stinker, very difficult: Va ny reillyn bentyn rish cooishyn ayns ny bunscoillyn caghlaait as haink eh dy feer ghoillee dy ynsaghey Yernish. Carn

mooar (=Ir. mór) pl. mooarey See vooar big, capacious, chief, commodious, extensive, extravagant, familiar, grand, great, heavy, intense, intimate, loose-fitting, major, marked, mega, mighty, powerful, tall: bee'n aarkey mooar hene eu son cagliagh Bible; (promontory) bold; (Jur.) grievous; difficult; huge [O.Ir. mór]

explain (v.) ceau soilshey er: I cannot explain it - Cha noddym ceau soilshey er. DF idiom; cur baght er; meenaghey; soilshaghey: I am going to explain to you the rule, which is the most difficult of all - Soilsheeym dhyt yn reill s'doillee jeh ooilley. JJK idiom

trome (=Ir. trom) pl. trommey 1 heavy a: Agh va laueyn Voses trome; as ghow ad clagh, as hug Bible; 2 bold, burdensome, deep-drawn, difficult, emphatic, expectant, gruelling, hard, harsh, heavyweight, high pressure, intense, laborious, onerous, ponderous, severe, sledgehammer, steep, stodgy, substantial, sweated, unwieldly, wearying, weighty; 3 (oppressive) close; 4 (burden) crippling; 5 (of smoke) dense; 6 (Jur.) grievous, grave a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible; 7 (of sea) rough; 8 deep a: As hug y Chiarn Jee cadley trome dy huittym er Adam Bible; 9 expecting, pregnant, with child a: ta ny shioltaneyn as ny immanyn trome ta mârym Bible; 10 great a: honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght dooinney trome er y thalloo Bible; 11 sore a: As van ghortey trome ayns y cheer ad fo eh Bible [O.Ir. trom]

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