Fockleyreen: Manx - English Dictionary

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dry sponkit, reeastanagh; chirrym: The road is dry without being hard - Ta'n raad chirrym gyn ve creoi. DF idiom; creeney; creoi; cuckley; jeen; shiast: The cow is dry - Ta'n vooa shiast. DF idiom; shiastey: Dry wells - Chibbraghyn shiastey. DF idiom; sloateil; chyrmey; chyrmaghey; chirmaghey: Put out to dry - Cur magh dy chirmaghey. DF idiom

Inexact matches:

bone dry (adj.) cha chirrym as poodyr

dry clean (v.) chirrym-ghlenney

dry cow (n.) booa hiast

dry dock (n.) lhonglann chirrym

Dry Enclosure (n.) Close Chirrym

Dry Farm (n.) Balley Chirrym

Dry Field (n.) Magher Chirrym

Dry Flat (n.) Faaie Chirrym

Dry Glen (n.) Glion Chirrym

Dry House (n.) Thie Chirrym

Dry Lake (n.) Turlagh

dry land (n.) thalloo chirrym

dry nurse boandyr shiast; trog er voteil

dry off (v.) cuckley

dry period (n.) fowan

Dry Place (n.) Boayl Chirrym

dry places (npl.) ynnydyn chyrmey

dry plate (n.) plaait chirrym

Dry Quarter (n.) Kerroo Chirrym

dry rot (n.) froghid

dry snot (n.) brabban

dry spell (n.) chiarrey

dry up (v.) chyrmagh, creenaghey, cuckley, kuckley, shirgaghey, spongey; chyrmaghey; farbagh; (impv) Bee dty host, Dooin dty ghob

dry wall (n.) boalley chirrym, boalley feayr

dry weather (n.) charrey

dry wine (n.) feeyn neuvillish

will dry chyrmee, chirmee

Dry Hill Flat (n.) Faaie Cronk Creen

Dry Hill Gate (n.) Giat y Cronk Chirrym

Dry Sea Rock (n.) Carrick Creen

I will dry up chyrmee-ym: I will dry up the pools - chyrmee-ym seose ny loghanyn Bible; fiogh-ym: I will make waste mountains and hills, and dry up all their herbs - Ver-yms naardey sleityn as croink, as fiogh-ym nyn ghlassyraght Bible

Round Dry Hill (n.) Cown

cuckley dry, dry off, dry up

chyrmaghey dry, dry up: ta mee chyrmaghey seose yn aarkey Bible; drought

Balley Chirrym Dry Farm

boalley chirrym dry wall

boalley feayr dry wall

boandyr shiast (f.) dry nurse

booa hiast (f.) dry cow

brabban dry snot

Close Chirrym Dry Enclosure

Cown Round Dry Hill

Faaie Chirrym Dry Flat

feeyn neuvillish dry wine

froghid dry rot

Glion Chirrym Dry Glen

Kerroo Chirrym Dry Quarter

kuckley dry up

lhonglann chirrym (f.) dry dock

Magher Chirrym Dry Field

plaait chirrym dry plate

shiastee sterilising; barren; dry

Thie Chirrym Dry House

Turlagh Dry Lake

bone-dry (adj.) slane obbaltagh

dry-bulb (adj.) chirrym

dry-clean (v.) chirrym-ghlenney

dry-cleaned chirrym-ghlent

dry-cleaning chirrym-ghlenney

dry-eyed (adj.) chirrym-hooillagh

dry-footed chirrym-choshagh

dry-rotten frogh

dry-snotty (adj.) brabbanagh

freeze-dry (v.) rio-hirmaghey

sun-dry cheerey

Carrick Creen Dry Sea Rock

chirrym-choshagh dry-footed

chirrym-ghlenney dry-clean, dry-cleaning, dry clean

chirrym-ghlent dry-cleaned

chirrym-hooillagh dry-eyed

creenaghey dry up, ripen, wither

Dooin dty ghob (intj) dry up

rio-hirmaghey freeze-dry

trog er voteil dry nurse

brabbanagh (f.) dry-snotty; purple moor grass

cha chirrym as poodyr bone dry

Faaie Cronk Creen Dry Hill Flat

Giat y Cronk Chirrym Dry Hill Gate

shiastagh neuter; sedgy; barren; dry cow

shiastey dry: Chibbraghyn shiastey. DF; sterilization; sterilize

thalloo chirrym dry land, terra firma

chiarrey 1 clearance, dry spell a: Ta'n gheay-twoaie cur lesh chiarrey DF; 2 (of weather) clear

chirmaghey arefaction, arefy, cure, desiccate, drain, dry, drying: Cur magh dy chirmaghey. DF

chyrmagh dry up: nee ooilley diunidyn yn awin chyrmagh Bible

chyrmee will dry: chyrmee eh seose ny farraneyn geill echey Bible

fiogh-ym I will dry up: fiogh-ym nyn ghlassyraght Bible

reeastanagh dry: dy jean-ym ee myr faasagh, as myr thalloo reeastanagh Bible

sponkit dry, parched: hig y thalloo sponkit dy ve ny loghan Bible; arid

ynnydyn chyrmey dry places: roie awinyn ayns ynnydyn chyrmey Bible

blighting fowanagh: Dry, scorching, blighting wind - Geay fowanagh. DF idiom; fowanaghey; lommanagh; lommaney

scorching daahjagh; fowanagh: Dry, scorching, blighting wind - Geay fowanagh. DF idiom; lommanagh; lommaney; lostey greiney

stream (v.) ceau magh aker, deayrtey; (n.) glass, glish; stroo, struan; thooilley: In one continuous stream - Ayns thooilley gyn scuirr. DF idiom; strooan: The stream ran dry - Hirmee y strooan. DF idiom

teat1 (n.) (of animal) sheent, sheeint; sheeiney: She's dry on one teat - T'ee shiast er un sheeiney. DF idiom

throat (n.) scoarnagh: I am weary of crying; my throat is dry - Ta mee skee lesh geamagh ta my scoarnagh chirrym Bible; scornagh: Their throat is an open sepulchre - Tan scornagh oc oaie foshlit Bible; troat

Bee dty host 1 (intj) Hush; 2 (impv) Keep quiet, Shut up, Hold your peace a: As dooyrt ad rish, Bee dty host, cur dty laue er dty veeal Bible; 3 dry up

Boayl Chirrym Dry Place: Cha nel Juan cur fys dooin foast cre'n obbyr ry yannoo, agh dooyrt eh dy vel boayl chirrym, as cooie da pairkal ny gleashtanyn reihit echey son yn astyr shoh. Dhoor

charrey1 (=Ir. teara or teora) COMPARE jeorey boundary; change: As ta sorch dy charrey ayns chyndaays gys noidys as streeu, as nee soilshaghey dty nearey. Apoc; (wet to dry) dry weather

chirmee See chyrmee 1 desiccative; 2 will dry a: As chirmee-ym seose ny awinyn Bible; 3 air: Chirmee ny brelleeinyn. JJK; 4 drying

chirrym (=Ir. tirim) arid, dry, dry-bulb, sapless, waterless: t'er chroo yn aarkey as y thalloo chirrym Bible; prohibitionist; dried [O.Ir. tírim]

chyrmee-ym I will dry up: Ver-yms naardey sleityn as croink, as fiogh-ym nyn ghlassyraght: nee'm ellanyn ayns awinyn, as chyrmee-ym seose ny loghanyn. Bible

chyrmey dry: haink yn ushtey magh myr thooilley: myr shen dy roie awinyn ayns ynnydyn chyrmey Bible

creeney (=Ir. críonna) advisable, common sense, dry, matured, provident, prudent, sharp-sighted, shrewd, wise: Ta creenaght niart smoo da'n dooinney creeney Bible; bush with little sap; ripe

creoi (=Ir. crochadh) 1 adamant, difficult, distressing, hardy, heartless, obdurate, severe, stubborn; 2 dry, hard, hard-boiled, hard-set, neat, solid, steely, stiff, tough a: Hug oo lhiat farraneyn, as ushtaghyn magh ass ny creggyn creoi Bible; 3 (of frost) bitter; 4 (as language) blistering; 5 (with money) near

farbagh 1 corrosive, inflammation, irritating, rankling; 2 dry up: nee yn roih echey farbagh Bible a: nee yn roih echey farbagh Bible

fowan 1 blast of hot wind, dry period, scorch a: Ren mee shiu y woalley lesh fowan Bible; 2 (on plants) blight

jeen dry, impermeable, proof, staunch, waterproof, watertight, weatherproof: Nish cha b'aillish Rob dy vaghey ayns shen as v'eh ro chercheenagh dy vaarail argid erbee dy reayll y thie jeen, as dy gerrid huitt yn mullagh-thooit stiagh. Dhoor

shiast 1 dry, neuter, sterile a: cur daue brein ghennish, as keeaghyn shiast Bible; 2 (animal) barren; 3 (f.) sedge

shirgaghey (=Ir. seargadh) atrophy, cockle, contract, dry up, languish, mummify, perish, ripple, sear, shrivel, wilt, wither, wrinkle: nee'n chengey oc shirgaghey ayns nyn meeal Bible; withering

sloateil (f.) abate, abatement, dry, drying: va ny ushtaghyn er sloateil Bible; (of weather) clearing; (of tide) slackening; (of rain) cessation

spongey 1 aridity, cinder, spunk; 2 burn up, dry up, roast a: nee nyn eddinyn spongey myr y gheay-niar Bible; 3 (as cooking) shrivel

it was so myr shen ve: I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so - ta mee er choyrt dy-chooilley losserey glass son beaghey: as myr shen ve Bible; shen myr ve: let the dry land appear: and it was so - lhig dan thalloo chirrym cheet rish; as shen myr ve. Bible

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

stubble (n.) giare-choonlagh: Behold, they shall be as stubble - Cur-my-ner, bee ad myr y yiare-choonlagh Bible; stubble: and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble? - as jed oo geiyrt er y stubble chirrym? Bible; stubbyl: gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble - airh, argid, claghyn costal, fuygh, traagh, stubbyl Bible; coau: and the whirlwind shall take them away as stubble - as gowee yn gheay-chassee ersooyl ad myr y coau Bible

water of the river (n.) ushtey ny hawin: that thou shalt take of the water of the river and pour it upon the dry land - dy drog oo jeh ushtey ny hawin as dy deayrt oo eh er y thalloo chirrym Bible

cheerey inland, rural; (gen.) of the country, land: hrog jaagh ny cheerey seose, myr jaagh coirrey. Bible; parch, sun-dry, torrefy; (by heat) air: Cheerey eaddeeyn cooil chiollee. DF; drying

frogh dry-rotten, perished: Honnick mee y cassan lhoobey gys y thie mooar, as ny farchailyn er,-ny blah-hieyn liauyrey gyn tomatoeyn, gyn uinnagyn as fuygh frogh ayndoo-garey gyn gareyder. Coraa

slane obbaltagh bone-dry, teetotal: Ghiall mee shen dy jeean as ta mee er reayll y ghialdyn shen, ta mee er ve slane obbaltagh car my vioys! JG; teetotaller, total abstainer


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