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door (n.) dorrys: Go and hide behind the door - Immee as keil cooyl y dorrys. JJK idiom


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back door (n.) dorrys doont, dorrys ny cuillagh

barn door (n.) dorrys soailt

death's door (n.) oirr y vaaish: He's at death's door - T'eh ec oirr y vaaish. DF idiom; raad y vaaish: He's at death's door - T'eh raad y vaaish. DF idiom

door bell (n.) clageen dorrysh

door frame (n.) fraamey dorrysh

door handle (n.) cramman dorrysh; dhornane

door jamb (n.) keeil dorrysh

door nail (n.) treiney ghorrysh

door panel (n.) kerrin dorrysh

double door (n.) dorrys daa-chooylley

front door (n.) dorrys straiddey, dorrys toshee

secret door (n.) dorrys follit

side door (n.) cheu-ghorrys

sliding door (n.) dorrys shliawin

stage door (n.) dorrys yn ardan

street door (n.) dorrys straiddey

swing door (n.) dorrys leaystee

Field Before the Door (n.) Magher Roish y Dorrys

keepers of the door (npl.) arreyderyn giattey, arreyderyn ny giattyn

next door neighbour (n.) naboo-dorrys

of a door (gen.) dorrysh

sole of door (n.) fo-dorrys

dorrys straiddey front door, street door

cheu-ghorrys side door

clageen dorrysh door bell

dhornane (f.) haft; door handle

dorrys daa-chooylley double door

dorrys follit secret door

dorrys leaystee swing door

dorrys shliawin sliding door

dorrys soailt barn door

dorrys toshee front door

fraamey dorrysh door frame

kerrin dorrysh door panel

naboo-dorrys next door neighbour

treiney ghorrysh (f.) door nail

door-scraper (n.) screebane braagey

half-door (n.) cooylley veg; lieh-ghorrys

cooylley veg (f.) half-door, valvule

dorrys ny cuillagh back door

dorrys yn ardan stage door

fo-dorrys doorsill, sole of door

keeil dorrysh (of door) cheek; door jamb

lieh-ghorrys half-door

screebane braagey door-scraper

cramman dorrysh door handle, doorknob, doorhandle

Magher Roish y Dorrys Field Before the Door

opened doshil: The door opened - Doshil yn dorrys. DF idiom

dorrysh (gen.) of a door: Ta mee loaganey lurg sneg y dorrysh. DF

oirr y vaaish death's door: T'eh ec oirr y vaaish. DF

face (v.) cur eddin rish, cur oaie rish; (n.) gruaie, oaie; eddin: How can you shut the door in your friend's face? - Kys vod oo jeigh yn dorrys ayns eddin dty charrey? JJK idiom; cheu-astan

fault (v.) feddyn foill ayn; scoltey; fout, lheamys; loght: The fault lies with you - Orts yn loght. DF idiom; foill: The fault lies at my door - Ta'n foill ny lhie orrym pene. DF idiom

jammed greimmit; jingit: Fingers jammed in the door - Meir jingit 'sy dorrys DF idiom; mooghit

knock builley; bwoalley; crank: Knock at the door - Crank er y dorrys. JJK idiom; crankal; labbal; striggylagh

lintel (n.) lindeer: the lintel and side posts were a fifth part of the wall - van lindeer as ny essynyn yn wheiggoo ayrn jehn voalley Bible; lindeyr; linteyr: Smite the lintel of the door - Bwoaill linteyr yn dorrys Bible

may I oddym, oddym's: What may I offer you? - C'red oddym arral erriu? JJK idiom; noddym: May I open this door? - Noddym fosley yn dorrys shoh? DF idiom

paint (v.) cur daah er, daahghey, slaa daah, slaaghey, slaa; (n.) daah; (n.) peint: Paint a door green - Peint ghlass y chur er dorrys. DF idiom; paint

secret follaghee; folliaght: His secret died with him - Hug eh lesh yn folliaght echey da'n oaie. DF idiom; folliaghtagh: The Secret Service - Yn Chirveish Folliaghtagh. DF idiom Secret door - Dorrys follit. DF idiom; follit; keiltagh; keiltynagh; roonagh

settlement (n.) reaghey, balley beg, glenney, kiartagh, rick; reaghys: This opens the door to a settlement - Ta shoh fosley yn raad gys reaghys. DF idiom; ynnyd–vaghee

shall roll rowlys: Who shall roll us away the stone from the door of the sepulchre? - Quoi rowlys ersooyl yn chlagh jeh beeal yn oaie? Bible

shut dooney; jeigh: How can you shut the door in your friend's face? - Kys vod oo jeigh yn dorrys ayns eddin dty charrey? JJK idiom; doont, dooint, jeight; dooin, doon; ghooin, ghooïn; yeigh

smash bransal; bransey; brasney; cragh; mynvrishey; smoash; smoashal; brishey: Smash the door open - Yn dorrys y vrishey stiagh. DF idiom

will reach roshee: Debt will reach the door - Roshee daill yn dorrys. DF idiom

arreyderyn giattey keepers of the door: As ghow captan y ghard Seraiah yn ard-saggyrt, Zephaniah yn nah haggyrt, as three arreyderyn ny giattyn Bible

arreyderyn ny giattyn keepers of the door: As ghow captan y ghard Seraiah yn ard-saggyrt, as Zephaniah yn nah haggyrt, as three arreyderyn ny giattyn Bible

dorrys (=Ir. doras) pl. dorryssyn 1 door, doorway, gate, portal a: hass eh ayns dorrys y chabbane-agglish Bible; 2 (of cart) back; 3 (of tent) fly [O.Ir. doirse]

dorrys doont back door: Yn laa er giyn v'eh er ve geamagh ec yn dorrys doont rish oor ny ghaa as myr shen reih Mummig dy lhiggey da goll magh. Dhoor

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

closed jeight: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. - son ta ny goan jeight seose, as sealit, gys traa yn jerrey. Bible; (v.) ghooïn, ghooin: He closed the door after him - Ghooin eh y dorrys ny yei. DF idiom; dooint; doont: Road closed to motor traffic - Raad doont da gleashtanyn. DF idiom; yeigh: And he closed the book, and he gave it again to the minister - As yeigh eh yn lioar, as hug eh ee reesht dan chirveishagh Bible

hide follaghey; follaghtyn, keiltyn; keill: Go and hide behind the door - Immee as keil cooyl y dorrys. JJK idiom; follee: Don't hide my pen - Ny follee my phenn. JJK idiom; (n.) crackan; sheh: One must take the horns with the hide - Shegin goaill ny eairkyn marish y cheh. JJK idiom; oayll

leave1 (v.) faagail: Leave high and dry - Faagail er y traie follym. DF idiom; faag: Leave the key in the door - Faag yn ogher 'sy ghlass. DF idiom; (to); (dy) aagail: Leave work undone - D'aagail obbyr gyn jannoo. DF idiom; (n.) kied: He came home on leave - Haink eh dy valley er kied. DF idiom

open1 foshil: Open the window - Foshil yn uinnag. JJK idiom; foshley; reurit; foshlit: He had his mouth and eyes open - Va e veeal as e hooillyn foshlit echey. JJK idiom; fosley: Will you open the door? - Jean shiu fosley yn dorrys? JJK idiom; soilshaghey; gyn eirkey, gyn kiangle

set1 beoyn, reaghey; chymsaght; cuirr; goll dy lhie, goll fo; jesheenaghey, kiartee; laare; lhejey; reaghys; sett; settit; soiagh: And the priest shall set the woman before the Lord - As neen saggyrt soiagh yn ven kiongoyrt y Chiarn Bible; soiaghey: and the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side thereof - as dorrys yn arg nee oo soiagheysy lhiattee echey Bible; soit; starkaghey; taah; troa; hoie: And God set them in the firmament of the heaven - As hoie Jee ad ayns yn aer fo niau Bible; hoit; (to); (dy) hoiaghey: And in cutting of stones, to set them - As ayns giarey claghyn, dy hoiaghey ad Bible; soiaghey jeh; soit: And there was set meat before - As va bee soit roish Bible; soie: Son of man, set thy face against Zidon - Vac y dooinney, soie dty eddin noi Zidon Bible

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