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dress (n.) eaddagh: Native dress - Eaddagh ny cheerey. DF idiom; gooyn: A dress in white silk - Gooyn jeh sheeidey bane. DF idiom; (v.) baarey; coamrey; cur eaddagh er; cur mysh: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; jannoo coamrey da; jeshaghey; jesheenaghey; lhiasaghey; pollal; screebey; skeoghey; stolkey; kiartaghey

dress (f.) (pl -yn) blackberry bush, bramble, briar: hig yn dress as yn onnane seose er nyn altaryn Bible


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battle dress (n.) coamrey-caggee, eaddagh caggee

court dress (n.) cullee chooyrtey

dress circle (n.) ard-chiarkyl

dress coat (n.) cooat fastyr, jaggad arbyllagh

dress down (v.) fanney, troiddey

dress length (n.) peesh gooyn

dress shield (n.) scape ollish

dress shirt (n.) lheiney chreoi, lheiney fastyr

dress suit (n.) cullee fastyr, cullee share

dress up (v.) coamrey

evening dress (n.) coamrey fastyragh; coamrey oie; cullee fastyragh; eaddagh fastyragh; gooyn oie

fancy dress (n.) eaddagh-breagey

fatigue dress (n.) coamrey obbyr

full dress (n., adj.) formoil

low dress (n.) gooyn sheeinagh

morning dress (n.) coamrey moghree

native dress (n.) eaddagh ny cheerey

period dress cullee hennearish

print dress (n.) gooyn prentit

riding dress (n.) eaddagh markee

tailored dress (n.) gooyn thalearagh

Coan Dress Briardene

dress villish (f.) eglantine, sweet briar

Eaynin Dress Briar Cliff

Magher Dress Briar Field

effeminate in dress (adj.) laatchagh

I will dress aarlyms: and I will dress the other bullock - as aarlyms y dow elley Bible

quiet of dress (adj.) neuornaidagh, neuvooaralagh

untidy in dress (adj.) sluttagh

Broogh y Dress Bramble Brae

dress ny moaneeyn (f.) cloudberry

bramble (n.) dress

briar (n.) dress

Briar Cliff (n.) Eaynin Dress

Briardene (n.) Coan Dress

Briar Field (n.) Magher Dress

eglantine (n.) dress villish

sweet briar (n.) dress villish

aarlyms I will dress

ard-chiarkyl dress circle

coamrey fastyragh evening dress

coamrey moghree morning dress

coamrey obbyr fatigue dress

coamrey oie evening dress

cooat fastyr dress coat

cullee chooyrtey (f.) court dress

cullee fastyr (f.) dress suit

cullee fastyragh (f.) evening dress

cullee hennearish (f.) period dress

cullee share (f.) dress suit

eaddagh-breagey fancy dress

eaddagh fastyragh evening dress

eaddagh markee riding dress

gooyn prentit print dress

gooyn sheeinagh low dress

gooyn thalearagh tailored dress

jaggad arbyllagh (f.) dress coat

jannoo coamrey da dress

lheiney fastyr (f.) dress shirt

neuornaidagh quiet of dress

peesh gooyn (f.) dress length

scape ollish dress shield

skeoghey dress

sluttagh untidy in dress

blackberry bush (n.) dress, thammag ghress

Bramble Brae (n.) Broogh y Dress

dress-length (n.) lhiurid ghooyn

coamrey pl. coamraghyn (n.) apparel, clothe, clothes, clothing, costume, drape, dress, dressing, fit, garment, habit, raiment, vesture: dynsee yn Chiarn Jee dy yannoo coamrey dy chraitnyn dy choodaghey ad hene. Bible; (v.) cover up, dress up, endue, succour; repair: As ren ny Nethinimee va cummal ayns Aphel, coamrey gys yn ynnyd va jeeragh er y giat-ushtey lesh y shiar, as y toor cheumooie jeh. Bible; attire

eaddagh ny cheerey native dress

gooyn oie evening dress, nightdress

laatchagh effeminate in dress, lace-covered

lhiurid ghooyn (f.) dress-length

stolkey dress, stalk; seizing; stalking

cloudberry (n.) dress ny moaneeyn, smeyr ny moaneeyn

cur eaddagh er apparel, clothe, dress

eaddagh caggee battle dress, war kit

lheiney chreoi (f.) dress shirt; stiff shirt

neuvooaralagh quiet of dress, unostentatious, unpretentious

gooyn pl. gooynyn dress, frock, gown, robe: Ta'n gooyn eck feer yiare. DF

clinging lhiantagh; lhiantyn: The dress was clinging to her - Va'n gooyn lhiantyn r'ee. DF idiom; lhiantynagh; croghey rish: She was clinging to him - V'ee croghey rish. DF idiom

onto (prep.) er: The colour came off onto my dress - Ghreim y cullyr er my ghooyn. DF idiom

baarey bare, clip, cut, dress, poll, prune; shave, trimmed: Cha jean ad baarey nyn ghing, chamoo nee ad baarey nyn vaasaag, ny jannoo giaraghyn ayns yn eill oc er coontey'n varroo. Bible; (n.) paring knife

billey-myrtle myrtle tree: Ayns ynnyd y drine nee gaase seose yn billey-juys, as ayns ynnyd y dress hig seose yn billey-myrtle Bible

coamrey-caggee battle dress: Agh hed dty harvaantyn harrish, dagh dooinney ayns coamrey-caggee, fenish y Chiarn gys y vagher-caggee, myr ta my hiarn dy ghra. Bible

crouw (f.) bunch, bush, dwarf tree, shrub, stick, stock, wide spreading tree: ayns yn aer foshlit eeanlee bishagh ghow, dagh cronk, dagh dress, dagh billey as dagh crouw, keylljyn as coanyn ooilley swarmal lhieu. PC; Masonic lodge; (of society) branch; (of river) tributary

cur mysh attire, clothe, don, draw on, dress: cur mysh e gharmadyn Bible; put on

eaddagh (=Ir. éadach) pl. eaddeeyn cloth, clothing, drapery, dress, fabric, material, vesture: nee ad skeayley coodagh dy eaddagh gorrym Bible; clothes; apparel

fanney fleece, skinning, slashing, soak; fly-fishing; flay, skin, scalp, slash: fanney jeu nyn grackan Bible; dress down, excoriation, slating, tirade: Hug ee fanney da DF; (of wind) bite

formoil (=Ir. foirmiúil) ceremonious, formal, full dress, stiff: Yn Chied Shirveishagh jeh Quaiyl Vretin shilley er yn Arjenteen as ny baljyn ayns Patagonia, dy hoiaghey ny kianglaghyn eddyr y daa heer ny smoo formoil. Dhoor

Guilcagh Broom Place: huitt scell er magher buigh lesh plaggad, as roym va tholtan beg, guilcagh as dress cho ard as ny boallaghyn glassey. Coraa

jeshaghey (=Ir. deisiú) arrange, dress, grace, make up, service, smarten, tidy, toilet, trim: V'ee jeshaghey ee hene. DF; adapt

jesheenaghey adorn, bedeck, decorate, dress, embellish, emblazon, garnish, preen, set, titivate: V'ee jesheenaghey ee hene. DF; adornment, painting, renovation; painting trade; prank

onnane (f.) pl. onnaneyn thistle: hig yn dress as yn onnane seose er nyn altaryn Bible

pollal 1 crop, dress, poll, prune, pruning a: as shey bleeaney nee oo pollal dty gharey-feeyney Bible; 2 (on ticket) clip

screebey abrade, abrasion, chafe, claw, dress, friction, grate, graze, itch, rasp, scrape, scratch, scrawl, scuffle, stridulate: ghow eh shlig chrockan dy screebey eh-hene Bible; clawing, scraping, scratching, striking [O.Ir. scrípaid]

troiddey altercate, berate, bicker, chide, dress down, nag, objurgate, quarrel, rate, row, scold, set to, squabble, dressing down: Cre'n-fa ta shiu troiddey rhym's? Bible; (scolding) jaw; pl. troiddaghyn altercation, objurgation; chiding, mud-slinging, nagging, wigging, squabbling, scolding, quarrelling, telling off

children (npl.) cloan; lhiennoo: My love to your children - My ghraih da ny lhiennoo eu. JJK idiom; scollagyn; paitchyn: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; oikanyn; ponniaryn: I want the children to be obedient - Saillym ny ponniaryn dy ve biallagh. JJK idiom

devour (v.) ee: Arise, devour much flesh - Trog ort, ee dty haie feill Bible; stroie: let fire come out of the bramble, and devour the cedars of Lebanon - lhig da aile cheet magh veihn dress, as stroie biljyn-cedar Lebanon Bible; sluggey: I will destroy and devour at once - neem stroie as sluggey seose er-y-chooyl Bible

kiartaghey accommodate, adjust, adjusting, amend, appoint, dispose, even out, fix, make, mend, modify, prepare, qualify, ready, redress, setting, settle, settling; correct, true; correction, modification, preparation, rectification; set in order: nee oo kiartaghey ny reddyn ta dy ve soit er ayns nyn order oural-millish y lostey er Bible; dress: As nee Aaron lostey er oural-millish dy chooilley voghrey: tra t'eh kiartaghey ny lampyn, nee eh oural-millish y lostey er. Bible

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