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dree boring, drab, dreary, dull, humdrum, painful, tame, tedious, uninspired, uninspiring, uninteresting: Erskyn ooilley, v'eh coontey oie Jesarn ayns Reykjavik y ve dree agglagh. Carn; arid


Inexact matches:

caillin dree blue-stocking

irree dree pall

ad nyn dree (the) three of them

goll dy dree drag, drag on: Agh ec y traa t'ayn, by vie leshyn dy beagh olteynyn jeh'n Chiare as Feed goaill ymmyd jeh ny votyn oc syn ynnyd jeh lhiggey da'n chooish goll dy dree. BS

tedious (adj.) dree: I never read anything more tedious - Cha lhaih mee rieau red erbee cha dree. JJK idiom

blue-stocking (n.) caillin dree

dreary (adj.) bugganeagh, dree

humdrum (adj.) dree

uninspiring (adj.) dree

uninteresting (adj.) dree, neuhymoil

boring (adj.) dree; (n.) towl; (v.) thiolley, towley

arid (adj.) chirrym, lhome; dree; sponkit; spongit

drab (adj.) dree, neughaahagh; (n.) streel, stritlag, streebagh

drag on (v.) goll dy dree; goll dy moal

pall (n.) brat, coodagh carbyd, marre vaaish; (v.) irree dree

tame1 (v.) beasaghey, meeinaghey, meenaghey; (adj.) neuvioyr, dree

three of them (the) ad nyn dree

uninspired (adj.) dree; gyn greesaghey; gyn vree; moal

painful (adj.) ching; chingyssagh; dree; gewagh; gonnagh; guinnagh; piandagh, piantagh; doccaragh

drag carriads kiare cabbil; gobbragh lhieen screebee; gobbragh sleayd varrey; goll dy dree; goll dy moal; lhiettrimys; sleayd screebee; sleaydey; sthroogey; tayrn: Drag it here - Tayrn eh dys shoh. DF idiom

dull1 dree; dromm; jannoo moandagh; leodaghey; moal: The dull season - Yn traa moal. DF idiom; mooghey; neughloassey

arraneys singing: Va ny Saasilee ny s'crauee as v'ad jannoo ymmyd jeh graihys yn theay er arraneys as kiaull ec lheid yn imbagh dree. Dhoor; versification

dy tostagh reservedly, silently: Eisht troggee ad uss, Lhongan, dy tostagh ass dty chlean Nyn droailt' dy dree as arrymagh, dty cholbey ayns y vean. Coraa

graihys amiability: Va ny Saasilee ny s'crauee as v'ad jannoo ymmyd jeh graihys yn theay er arraneys as kiaull ec lheid yn imbagh dree. Dhoor

Jesarn (=Ir. dia sathuirn, Sc. di-sathuirne) Saturday: Erskyn ooilley, v'eh coontey oie Jesarn ayns Reykjavik y ve dree agglagh. Carn [L. Dies-Saturni]

lieh-lhie leaning, recline, reclining: dirree eh dy lieh Dy dree, lesh guin, lieh-lhie er e roih Dhoor

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