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dog (n.) coill, coo; moddey: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom; con; coyn


Inexact matches:

boxer dog (n.) bocseyr

cattle dog (n.) moddey cloh, moddey ollee

dog biscuit (n.) brishtag voddee

dog breeding (n.) troggal moddee

dog cart (n.) cairt voddee

dog clutch (n.) crouw-chraag

dog collar (n.) colliar moddey, colliar saggyrt

dog daisy (n.) bastag vane, neaynin mooar

dog days (n.) laghyn ny moddee

dog dung (n.) keck moddee

dog handler (n.) obbree moddee

Dog Latin (n.) Ladjin vaccagh, Ladjyn vaccagh

dog louse (n.) meeyl voddee

Dog Mill (n.) Mwyllin y Voddey, Mwyllin y Moddey

dog rose (n.) drine drughaig, drughaig

dog shit (n.) keck moddee

dog show (n.) taishbynys moddee

Dog Star (n.) (The) Rollage y Voddee

dog violet (n.) bossan feeackle

dog watch (n.) arrey giare

farm dog (n.) moddey cloh

house dog (n.) moddey arrey, moddey thie

hunting dog (n.) moddey shelg

lap dog (n.) moddey glioon, moddey ught

mangy dog (n.) moddey screbbagh

sea dog (n.) raun

toy dog (n.) moddey beg, moddey glioon, moddey ught

weather dog (n.) moddey earish

working dog (n.) moddey cloh

brass fire dog (n.) moddey prash

Dog Rose Lake (n.) Lough Drughaig

Hill of the Dog (n.) Cronk y Voddee

Isle of the Dog (n.) Ellan y Voddee

Lake of the Dog (n.) Logh ny Moddee

Nook of the Dog (n.) Cooil y Voddee

old Manx sheep dog (n.) cummeydagh

old sea dog (n.) shenn varrinagh

Ridge of the Dog Rose (n.) Dreeym ny Drughaig

Rock of the Dog (n.) Carrick y Voddey

moddey cloh cattle dog, collie, farm dog, sheepdog, working dog

keck moddee dog dung, dog shit

moddey glioon lap dog, toy dog

moddey ught lap dog, toy dog

arrey giare dog watch

bastag vane (f.) dog daisy

bocseyr boxer dog

brishtag voddee (f.) dog biscuit

cairt voddee (f.) dog cart

colliar moddey dog collar

con (=Ir. con) dog

coyn (=Ir. con) dog

crouw-chraag (f.) dog clutch

Ladjin vaccagh (f.) Dog Latin

Ladjyn vaccagh (f.) Dog Latin

meeyl voddee (f.) dog louse

moddey earish weather dog

moddey ollee cattle dog

moddey screbbagh mangy dog

moddey shelg hunting dog

moddey thie house dog

obbree moddee dog handler

taishbynys moddee dog show

troggal moddee dog breeding

dog-fox (n.) shynnagh firryn

dog-headed conchionagh

dog-tired (adj.) er troggloo, feer skee

dog-wolf (n.) filliu firryn, moddey oaldey firryn

fire-dog (n.) croan chiollee

sling-dog (n.) cribbagyn troggee

wolf-dog (n.) coo

bossan feeackle dog violet, violet

conchionagh dog-headed

cribbagyn troggee sling-dog

croan chiollee (f.) fire-dog

filliu firryn dog-wolf

laghyn ny moddee dog days

Lough Drughaig Dog Rose Lake

moddey arrey house dog, watchdog

moddey beg doggie, toy dog

moddey oaldey firryn dog-wolf

Mwyllin y Moddey Dog Mill

Mwyllin y Voddey Dog Mill

shynnagh firryn dog-fox

Carrick y Voddey Rock of the Dog

Cooil y Voddee Nook of the Dog

Dreeym ny Drughaig Ridge of the Dog Rose

drine drughaig burnet rose, dog rose

Ellan y Voddee Isle of the Dog

Logh ny Moddee (f.) Lake of the Dog

moddey prash andiron, brass fire dog

neaynin mooar dog daisy, marguerite, ox-eye

Rollage y Voddee (f.) (The) Dog Star; Sirius

shenn varrinagh old salt, old sea dog

Cronk y Voddee Cronk y Voddy, Hill of the Dog

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

barking gounsteragh; gounsternee: The dog kept on barking - Ren y moddey gounsternee roish. DF idiom; speeiney

bone1 (n.) craue: Throw a bone into the mouth of a bad dog - Ceau craue ayns beeal drogh voddey. DF idiom

broke brisht; vrish: The dog broke loose - Vrish y moddey e chiangle. DF idiom; rooisht argid: I am broke - Ta mee rooisht argid. DF idiom

dead1 marroo: The dog your brother sold me is dead - Yn moddey chreck dty vraar dou, t'eh marroo. JJK idiom; merriu; neuvio; anvio

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

faithful (adj.) credjoil, credjallagh; firrinagh: Never was dog more faithful - Cha row rieau moddey cha firrinagh. JJK idiom; jeelys; jeeragh; ynrick

fuss1 (n.) anvea, musthaa; (v.) babbaney, feiyal, foostyrey; goaill er; jannoo mooar jeh: The dog made a fuss of him - Ren y moddey mooar jeh. DF idiom

gay1 (adj.) gennal; reagh: He is a gay dog - She dooinney reagh eshyn. DF idiom

hare (n.) cleaysh liauyr; fer ny cleaysh mooar; loaghtyn beg; mwaagh: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom

I shall sell creckym: I shall sell my dog - Creckym my voddey. JJK idiom

loose1 anshickyr; ceau; cochianglee; feasley, feaysley: Set a dog loose - Moddey y 'eaysley. DF idiom; feayshlit, feayslit; gyn kiangley; lag; lhiggey; my reir; neuhickyr; skeaylt: Loose sheets - Duillagyn skeaylt. DF idiom

maybe (adv.) foddee: Maybe the last dog is catching the hare - Foddee yn moddey s'jerree tayrtyn y mwaagh. JJK idiom

never (adv.) chioee; rieau: Never was dog more faithful - Cha row rieau moddey cha firrinagh. JJK idiom; dy bragh: He said he'd never forgive me - Dooyrt eh nagh leihagh eh dy-bragh mee. JJK idiom; dy bra

rearing troggal: The dog is rearing the kittens - Ta'n moddey troggal ny pishinyn. DF idiom

shall nee: I shall sell my dog - Creckym my voddey. JJK idiom; bee: I shall have some boiled meat - Bee feill-vroit aym. JJK idiom

shall sell creckee: and they shall sell them to the Sabeans - as creckee adsyn ad gys ny Sabeanee Bible I shall sell my dog - Creckym my voddey. JJK idiom

worms (npl.) beishteigyn: The dog has worms - Ta beishteigyn ayns y voddey. DF idiom; dhianeyn; praddagyn; crooagyn

coill dog: T'eh jeeaghyn dy jinnagh ny Americanee red erbee dy gheddyn greim er "yn coill ain hene" ayns Iran as cheeraghyn elley. Carn

colliar saggyrt dog collar: Jeeagh, ta dooinney as colliar saggyrt echey çheet nyn guaiyl. Dhoor

coo pl. coyin cur, dog, greyhound, hound, wolf-dog: Yn coo, as bock ny goair, as ree er kione e heshaght-chaggee. Bible [O.Ir. ]

cummeydagh able, competent, inventive, powerful, well-shaped: Ec y traa shen ren Paayl mac Valkey, fer-toshee yn Ellan Skianagh, as ny ghooinney cummeydagh lesh bree fud ny reeriaght Chron; (n.) old Manx sheep dog; schemer; pliable

drughaig (f.) dog rose, hip, wild rose: Gow yn bayr glass gys beeal y ghlion Raad ta'n drughaig fee dy chionn Dhoor

moddey (=Ir. madra, N.Ir. mada, madadh, Sc.G. madadh) pl. moddee dog, tike, tyke: t'eh myr fer ta goaill moddey ry-chleayshyn. Bible [O.Ir. matrad]

raun (f.) pl. raunteeyn, raunyn sea calf, sea dog, seal, sea monster: Ta eer raunyn ny marrey tayrn magh nyn sheeintyn Bible

are t': They are living a cat and dog life - T'ad beaghey bwoalley er kayt as bwoalley er moddey. JJK idiom; ta: These boys are accusing one another - Ta ny guillyn shoh cassid er e cheilley. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel: Are there any coals in the scuttle? - Vel geayll erbee ayns y chruick? JJK idiom

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

living1 beaoil; mayrnagh: He is still living - T'eh mayrnagh. DF idiom; beaghey: They are living a cat and dog life - T'ad beaghey bwoalley er kayt as bwoalley er moddey. JJK idiom; er mayrn: He is still living - T'eh er mayrn foast. DF idiom

No wonder (intj) Chan yrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

strike builley; bwoaillys; bwoalley: The clock will strike presently - Nee yn clag bwoalley ny sheyn. JJK idiom; feddyn; labbal; lhieggey; spooghey; stholk; stholkey; troa; dy woalley; strugey; bwoaillee: It will soon strike three - Bwoaillee eh tree dy-gerrid. JJK idiom; bwoaill: Don't strike the dog - Ny bwoaill yn moddey. JJK idiom; bwoailley

wonder gindys, yindys, yindyss; goaill yindys; nhyrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

er troggloo bedridden, decrepit, dog-tired, exhausted, helpless, prostrated, unable to rise, worn out, stand still: ny gymmyrkey lesh shen ta er-troggloo Bible

feer skee dog-tired, very tired: Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK

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