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dooie complement, endemic, full-blooded, inborn, inherent, natural, patriotic, species, true-born, vernacular, trueborn; amicable, good-natured, kind, kindly: My vees oo dooie dan pobble Bible; native; innate; loving


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aalid dooie natural beauty

cheer dooie (f.) fatherland

dooinney dooie congenial man, patriot

fer dooie native

foaid dooie native soil

gorley dooie endemic

jannoo dooie naturalization, naturalize

jeant dooie naturalized

loayreyder dooie native speaker

Manninagh dooie native Manxman, true Manxman: Cheayll mee jiu dy vel Doolish y Karragher, Gaelgeyr as Manninagh dooie, er ngeddyn baase. Carn

loayrt dy dooie speak friendly: As dirree e sheshey, as hie eh geiyrt urree dy loayrt dy dooie ree Bible

endemic (adj.) dooie; (n.) gorley dooie

amicable (adj.) caarjoil; dooie

complement aachione; co-reggyrt; dooie: Stone of butter with its complement of cheese - Clagh eeymmey lesh e dooie dy chaashey. DF idiom; laad; lane-skimmee; lught

congenial man (n.) dooinney dooie

fatherland (n.) cheer dooie

full-blooded (adj.) dooie, lane

inborn (adj.) dooghyssagh, dooie

innate (adj.) coruggyragh; dooghyssagh, dooie

kind dooghys; dooie: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; keint; kynney; sorch: What kind of escapement has it? - Cre'n sorch dy headan t'echey? JJK idiom

native (n., adj.) cheeragh, dooghyssagh; dooiagh; dooie: One never forgets his native country - Cha nel fer dy-bragh jarrood cheer e ghooie. JJK idiom; (n.) fer dooie

native Manxman (n.) Manninagh dooie

native soil (n.) foaid dooie

naturalization (n.) dooghyssaght, jannoo dooie

naturalize (v.) dooghyssaghey; jannoo dooie

naturalized (adj.) jeant dooie

patriotic (adj.) cheer-ghraihagh, dooie

trueborn (adj.) dooie

true-born (adj.) dooie

true Manxman (n.) Manninagh dooie

inherent (adj.) dooghyssagh; dooie; 'sy ghooghys

kind-hearted (adj.) dooie-chreeagh; meiygh-chreeagh

loving canjel; cur graih da; graihagh: and thy loving correction shall make me great - as nee dty smaght graihagh mish y yannoo mooar Bible; graihoil; jannoo graih; dooie: The Lord is loving unto every man - Tan Chiarn dooie da dy chooilley ghooinney Bible

patriot (n.) dooinney dooie; graihder cheerey

speak friendly (n.) loayrt dy dooie

dooie-chreeagh kind-hearted

good-natured (adj.) dooie; mial, mialagh, miallagh; soccaragh

natural beauty (n.) aalid dooie, aalid feie

vernacular (n.) chengey ghooghyssagh, chengey ghooie; (adj.) dooghyssagh, dooie

creeaghyn hearts: Agh son y chooid smoo ta ny creeaghyn oc dooie. Carn

doad kindled: va ny ellannee feer dooie rooin son doad ad aile Bible

loayr (=Ir. labhair) extemporise, speak: loayr eh dy dooie roo Bible

loayragh could speak: chamoo loayragh ad dy dooie rish

neu-wooisal unthankful: son t'eh dooie da'n vooinjer neu-wooisal as ny mee-chrauee Bible

oranje (f.) orange: Bee shiu cha dooie as dy chur oranje dou. JJK

accept (v.) soiaghey jeh, jannoo soiagh jeh: I will be very pleased to accept your kind invitation - Beeym feer wooiagh dy hoiaghey jeh dty chuirrey dooie. DF idiom; goaill dy mie; goaill rish; lowal

crafty (adj.) cluigagh, kialgagh, kioot; croutagh: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; (npl.) croutee

head1 ard-chaptan, ard-chione, enmys; kione: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; pen; (v.) cruinnaghey, cur kione da, kionaghey

kindly (adj.) coar: He is a kindly Christian person - T'eh ny Chreestee coar. DF idiom; dooie; kenjal

native speaker (n.) loayreyder dooghyssagh: The last native speaker of Manx - Yn loayreyder dooghyssagh jerrinagh jeh'n Ghaelg. DF idiom; loayreyder dooie

natural (adj.) dooghyssagh: It's natural enough - T'eh dooghyssagh dy liooar. DF idiom; dooie, feie, najooragh

of butter (gen.) eemey; eemmey; eeymmey: Stone of butter with its complement of cheese - Clagh eeymmey lesh e dooie dy chaashey. DF idiom

orange (n.) orange; oranje: Have the kindness to get me an orange - Bee shiu cha dooie as dy chur oranje dou. JJK idiom; noirid; (adj.) oranje-vuigh; jiarg-bwee

alley alley, alleyway: Nish tra va Satan ronsagh lesh e hooill trooid magh y garey, alley, bayr as cooill, honnick eh'n dooinney as [e] heshey dooie ayns stayd dy vaynrys, 'naght myr v'eh hene roie PC

Americaanee Americans: Va claare ayn er y radio tammylt beg er-dy-henney mychione chaglym mooar jeh Americaanee dooie jeh'n chlein Navajo. Carn

ayns ymmodee aghtyn in many respects: Kinvig dy jarroo ny Vanninagh dooie doaieagh, as ny ghooinney neuchadjinagh ayns ymmodee aghtyn Coraa

bee-jee be: Bee-jee jeh aigney dooie yn derrey yeh gys y jeh elley lesh graih braaragh Bible

Bretyn (f.) Wales: Ayns Nerin, Bretyn as Britaan Beg va loayrtee-dooie foast ayn, agh cha row ayns Kernow. Carn

Britaan Brittany: Ayns Nerin, Bretyn as Britaan Beg va loayrtee-dooie foast ayn, agh cha row ayns Kernow. Carn

Commeeys Celtiagh (Yn); (The) Celtic League: T'eh er dagh Manninagh dooie dy gholl stiagh ayns Mec Vannin as y Commeeys Celtiagh nish. Carn

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

drogh-choardail conspire: Boirey shee deiney mie, jarrood thurnyn dooie, tayrn anmeenyn fo peccah, caghlaa dooghys, drogh-choardail 'sy stayd-phoosee, brishey-poosey, as neu- ghlennid gyn-nearey. Apoc

dy lheah early, promptly: Dy lheah ren shin cosheeaght seose straid Sheenagh dooie as cre'n straid v'ayn! JC

erskyn deiney superhuman: My ta e ymmyrkey, dooie, meen, as bannee, s'maynrey e sheshey erskyn deiney elley. Apoc; above men, over men

feer chreoi adamantine, very hard: Vraaraghyn dooie, marym's t'er surranse jiu tooilleil as pian da'n dooghys ain feer chreoi PC

freayll magh keep out: Va'n 'sleih dooie' geearree freayll magh lettyraght joarree as lhiantyn rish skeealyn ny cheerey as skeealyn yn theay. Carn

gyn moir motherless: Shen yn aght 'sy theihll shoh - shimmey peiagh kenjal as dooie gyn paitchyn erbee oc, as fir elley as cloan oc gyn moir dy kiarail er nyn son. Dhoor

jannoo craid er mock: Hoig Manninee dooie ny lettyryn shen va jannoo craid er aght cho glen jeh deiney berchagh, creoi as jooigh, lurg pooar as argid v'ad pandoogh. Carn

jannoo gennal make happy: Ta trimshey ayns cree dooinney cur er croymmey: agh ta fockle dooie jannoo gennal jeh. Bible

keint pl. keintyn class, ilk, kind, make, marque: Ga dy row mee er hoiaghey oo dty villey-feeyney ooasle, jeh keint slane dooie: Bible

lught ynsee scholastic profession, teaching profession: Ta drogh ourys ec Bretnee dooie nagh vel y lught-ynsee slane ayns foayr jeh ynsaghey trooid Bretnish. Carn

meiygh-chreeagh kind-hearted, soft-hearted: As bee-jee dooie yn derrey yeh da'n jeh elley, meiygh-chreeagh Bible

nagh moo neither: Chamoo daink mee quaiyl rish kiaulleyder dooie erbee, nagh moo vel mee er chloie marish peiagh erbee elley Carn

neuviallagh disobedient, unsubmissive: Cha vel ny smoo na ta resoon ec mac dy ve neuviallagh son dy vel e ayr cha dooie da. CS; illiberal

ogheyn 1 ovens a: ayns thie dty harvaantyn, as er dty phobble, as ayns nyn ogheyn, as nyn siyn-fuinnee Bible; 2 nephews a: Agh my ta ec ben-treoghe erbee cloan ny ogheyn, lhig daue hoshiaght gynsaghey dy hoilshaghey kenjallys dooie ec y thie Bible

rhym to me: jean dellal dy dooie as dy firrinagh rhym Bible; unto me

saittin seems best: My staittin lhiat goll marym gys Babylon, tar royd, as beem dooie rhyt; Bible

shynney lesh cherish: Shynney lesh dy chooilley vaagh e ghooie hene, as shynney lesh dy chooilley ghooinney e naboo dooie. Apoc; love

surranse foddey (f.) long-suffering: Ta graih surranse foddey, as t'ee dooie; cha vel graih troo Bible; patience

taittin (=Ir. taitin) (f.) satisfaction: My s'taittin lhiat goll marym gys Babylon, tar royd, as bee'm dooie rhyt ; agh mannagh by-haittin lhiat goll mârym gys Babylon, jean dty aigney hene Bible

traa liauyr long-term: yn cubbyl dooie shoh ayns y theihll noa jeant veagh myr unnane fo Jee, ny ard-sharvaant; jeh shoh ayns traa liauyr dy jig ashoon mooar, faggys corrym rish ainleyn hene ayns gloy PC

urree on her: hie eh geiyrt urree dy loayrt dy dooie r'ee Bible; over her

charity (n.) corp giastyllagh, sheshaght-ghiastyllagh; giastyllys: Which have borne witness of thy charity before the church - Ter nymmyrkey feanish jeh dty ghiastyllys kiongoyrt rish yn agglish Bible; graih: Charity suffereth long, and is kind - Ta graih surranse foddey, as tee dooie Bible; (v.) giastal

species (n.) dooghys, kynney, sorch; dooie: The bird is like his species if there's down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom; keint: Two trees of like species - Daa villey jeh keint cosoylagh. DF idiom

weight cur meih er, cur puntreil er; meih, pundreil, pontreil; towse-trimmid; trimmid: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom

worth feeagh: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom; feeu: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom; feeuid; foaynoo; leagh; sheeagh

dy bannee dhyt (intj) ave; hail: Dy bannee dhyt, Y Charadar, uss va feeu dy ve er dty earroo mastey ny ardscoilliaryn Gailckagh, as erskyn ooilley, carrey firrinagh nyManninee-dooie . Coraa

leodagh decreasing, degrading, derogatory: As y currym ocsyn eh gyn ve ard-chreeagh, agh dy ve soccaragh, cha nee dyn leodagh ad hene; dy ve dooie, aashagh dy ve er nyn loayrt roo; aarloo dy chur cooney voue, tra oddys ad dy mie shen y yannoo. CS

lum-lane brim-full, full to overflowing, glutted: Ta ooilley ny Manninee dooie ersooyl, nish dy vel y fer s'jerree jeu, Ned Maddrell voish Glion Chass, dooinney coar as gennal as lum-lane dy Ghaelg, caillt dooin; hooar eshyn baase 'sy gheurey shoh chaie (1974). LC; brimfull; overflowing

ry laue nearby; to hand: Shoh'n cubbyl s'aaley ren laue Yee y chroo fud e chretooryn; cha row veg gollroo, shooyl laue ry laue v'ad glen, nyn aigney seyr veih dagh failleil ta cur er graih gaase feayr; va'n graih oc dooie, sheshoil, meiygh PC

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