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dullyr (f.) (as outlook) black; dim, dimness, dingy, dusky, fuzzy, gloom, gloomy, lowering, muzzy, opaque: laa dy vodjallyn as dorraghys dullyr Bible; (of outline) blear; mysterious; blackness, darkness

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dullyr dowin gross darkness: Te dullyr dowin nagh vod dooinney erbee cur-my-ner; son ta'n chooid smoo jeh e obbraghyn keillit. Apoc

Dullyr Ushtey Dark Water

jannoo dullyr befog, blear, blur vision, dim: foast va bio as lostey ayns ooilley nyn greeaghyn cooinaghtyn as smooinaghtyn nagh vod traa-hene cur orrin jarrood ny foddid jannoo dullyr. Coraa

Myntan dullyr Sombre Tit

dorraghys trome dullyr thick darkness

thick darkness dorraghys trome dullyr: and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt - as va dorraghys trome dullyr er ooilley cheer Egypt Bible; dorraghys dowin: with fire unto the midst of heaven, with darkness, clouds, and thick darkness - lesh aile gys mean yn aer, lesh dorraghys, bodjallyn, as dorraghys dowin Bible; dorraghys dullyr: a day of clouds and thick darkness - laa dy vodjallyn as dorraghys dullyr Bible

dim (v.) cur kay er, jannoo dullyr, lhaggaghey; (adj.) dullyr, dullyragh, lhag, moal

lowering curthooillid, mooirjeenys; ginjillaghey; dullyr: the sky is red and lowering - tan aer jiarg as dullyr Bible

black2 (adj.) (as outlook) branagh; dullyr

blear3 (adj.) (of outline) bodjallagh; dullyr

blur vision (v.) jannoo dullyr

Dark Water (n.) Dullyr Ushtey

dimness (n.) dullyr, lhaggid

dingy (adj.) dullyr, mee-yesh, sallagh

fuzzy (adj.) clooiagh; dullyr

gross darkness (n.) dullyr dowin: the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people - nee dorraghys coodaghey yn thalloo, as dullyr dowin y pobble Bible

muzzy (adj.) dullyr; shaghraneagh

opaque (adj.) dullyr

Sombre Tit (n.) Myntan dullyr

blear1 (adj.) goorlagh; (v.) jannoo dorraghey, jannoo dullyr, kiebeigey

dusky (adj.) dhoan-wuigh, dorraghey, dullyr, keeir, keeiragh

gloom (n.) burgeeaght, dullyr, groamid, grooid, grouwid

gloomy (adj.) dool, dorraghey, dullyr, groamagh, grouw, moorjeenagh

mysterious (adj.) folliaghtagh; doillee-hoiggal, dorraghey, dullyr, druiaghtagh

befog (v.) coodaghey lesh kay; cur bodjal er; dallaghey; jannoo dullyr

gimmeeaght (f.) acting, walking: ta shin gimmeeaght ayns dullyr Bible

darkness (n.) burgeeaght; dorraghys: Until now we have been in darkness - Derrey nish ta shin er ve 'sy dorraghys. DF idiom; dooid, dorrid; frosh; dullyr

grouw dark, dark-looking, dejected, dismal, forbidding, ghastly, gloomy, glum, grim, surly: yn dooghys mie ny smessey ren caghlaa, yn ghrian daase grouw, tayrn dullyr er y laa. PC

sullyr ANTONYM dullyr :2 bright, clear, limpid, resplendent: Ta e brooinyn cha pishagagh, e hushtaghyn cha sullyr. JJK

blackness1 (n.) dooid: let the blackness of the day terrify it - lhig da dooid y laa jannoo eh atchimagh Bible to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever - daue ta kiarit yn dooid dy ghorraghys son dy bragh Bible; dorraghys: and the faces of them all gather blackness - as ta neeal y dorraghys er dy chooilley eddin Bible; dullyr


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