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dobberan (=Ir. dohhron) bewail, deplore, lament, mourn, mourning; lamentation: Shoh myr ren e ayr dobberan er e hon. Bible; sob story; sorrow; howl


Inexact matches:

eaddagh dobberan mourning clothes, sables

bewail (v.) dobberan, mergney

deplore (v.) dobberan, keayney

mourning clothes (npl.) eaddagh dobberan

sables (n.) eaddagh dobberan

sob story (n.) dobberan

half-mourning lieh-eddagh-dobberan

howl (n.) (v.) gull: Howl, O gate; cry, O city - Gull, O yiat; yllee, O ard-valley Bible; (v.) gullal: lament and howl - jean-jee gullal as gluggernee; Bible; gullarnee, gullyrnee: Howl ye; for the day of the Lord is at hand - Jean-jee gullyrnee; son ta laa yn Chiarn ec laue Bible; dobberan: Therefore shall Moab howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa nee Moab dobberan son Moab Bible; yllee: Howl, ye ships of Tarshish - Yllee-jee, shiuish lhongyn Tarshish Bible; gluggernee: and all the inhabitants of the land shall howl - as nee ooilley fir-vaghee yn cheer gluggernee Bible; yllaghey: Therefore will I howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa trog-yms yllaghey son Moab Bible; geam: Cry and howl - Jean gyllagh as geam Bible

lament (v.) dobberan; goaill er; keayney

sorrow bran; seaghyn; smeih; sou-aigney; trimshey: There was a note of sorrow in his voice - Va blass trimshey ayns e choraa. DF idiom; dobberan: She made a great display of her sorrow - Ren ee musthaa mychione y dobberan eck. DF idiom

lieh-eddagh-dobberan half-mourning

lamentation (n.) accan, cronneeaght, dobberan, jeirnys, keayney, trimshagh

mourn (v.) coe; cooagey; dobberan; farrarey; keayney

eirrinnagh husbandman: nee ad geamagh er yn eirrinnagh gys dobberan Bible

feaillaghyn feasts, festivals: As chyndaa-ym ny feaillaghyn eu gys dobberan Bible

mow (=Ir. amugh) waste, corrupt: ta'n thalloo dobberan, son ta'n arroo mow Bible

scruit documentary, written: t'ad scruit ayns lioar y dobberan. Bible

hedges (npl.) cleighyn, cleiyn; cleighee; cleiyee: lament, and run to and fro by the hedges - jean-jee dobberan, as roie-jee noon as noal rish ny cleiyee Bible

mourning (v.) keayney; dobberan; (adj.) dobbranagh: She went into mourning - Hug ee eaddagh dobbranagh moee. DF idiom

bannee 1 (impv) bless a: Bannee yn Chiarn, O m'annym Bible; 2 (adj.) holy, saintly; 3 (gen.) blessed, of blessing: veih dobberan, gys laa bannee Bible

chyndaait See chyndait converted, translated, turned, twisted: lhig da'n gharaghtee eu ve chyndaait gys dobberan Bible

coe mourn, weep, weeping, woe: agh nee shiuish coe son trimshey nyn gree, as dobberan son sproght nyn spyrryd. Bible

goll noon as noal come and go: Cur dou daa vee dy hraa, dy voddym goll noon as noal er ny sleityn, as dobberan stayd my voidynys, mish as my heshaghyn. Bible

guilley drid bellboy, boots, buttons, errand boy, fag, flunkey, footman, message boy: Ren lught-reill Hostyn coayl impiraght vooar as ta ram Sostnee as guillyn-drid Celtiagh foast dobberan mysh shen Carn

gyn eaddagh naked, unclothed: Shen-y-fa neem's dobberan as keayney hem rooisht as gyn eaddagh: nee'm gullal myr ny dragonyn, as cooagey myr ny hulladyn. Bible

moidynys (f.) chastity, maidenhood, virginity: ren ee dobberan stayd e moidynys er ny sleityn; hymen

musthaa bustle, carry on, display, excitement, flap, fluster, fuss, hullabaloo, muster, row, rumpus, shindy, stir, strife, tumult, upheaval, uproar: Ren ee musthaa mychione y dobberan eck. DF; pomposity, pompousness; anarchy

sheentyn teats: Nee ad dobberan son ny sheentyn, son ny magheryn aalin, son y billey-feeyney messoil. Bible

sheshaghyn companions, fellows, partners: hie ish marish e sheshaghyn, as ren ee dobberan stayd e moidynys er ny sleityn. Bible

shymley consume, decline, droop, failing, languish, languishing, pine, pining: Ta'n cheer dobberan as shymley ersooyl Bible

smaghtaghey afflict, chasten, chastening, check, control, discipline, govern, master, mortify, overmaster, refrain, restrain, subject, taming: Ren mee dobberan as smaghtaghey mee hene lesh trostey Bible; (of pests) control; (as child) correct; castigation, chastisement

spoyrtyn sports: Huitt eh ayns dobberan trome, as cha ghow eh taitnys erbee 'syn opera alla moda ny spoyrtyn elley yn charnival CnyO

thie ny farrarey house of mourning: Ny gow stiagh ayns thie ny farrarey, chamoo dy yannoo keayney ny dobberan er nyn son Bible

tranlaasagh pl. tranlaasee despot, despotic, oppress, oppressive, oppressor, persecute, persecutor, tyrannical, tyrannize, tyrannous, tyrant: tra t'ad fo tranlaasagh, ta'n pobble dobberan Bible

trimshagh (=Ir. tromas) 1 affecting, baleful, dismal, grievous, lamentation, lugubrious, miserable, mournful, plaintive, sad, saddened, sad person, sorrowful, sorrowful person a: ren ad dobberan ard as feer trimshagh er e skyn Bible; 2 (sorrowful) heavy; 3 unhappy

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