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eaishtagh See geaishtagh attentive, harken, hear, hearken, listen, listen in: Nagh jean shiu ynsagh y ghoaill dy eaishtagh rish my ghoan? Bible; confess; earshot


Inexact matches:

aa-eaishtagh rish rehear

ass eaishtagh out of earshot

ayns eaishtagh within earshot

Cooid Eaishtagh-Jeeaghyn Audio Visual

cullee cooyl-eaishtagh (f.) (surveillance) bug

eaishtagh rish sound: Geyrey gyn eaishtagh rish DF

lught eaishtagh audience, house, listener: Va sym dy liooar ec y lught-eaishtagh, ga dy re mish va'n loayreyder s'jerree Carn

cur eaishtagh da audition

eaishtagh gyn yss eavesdrop

eaishtagh rish y chleeau auscultate

audition (v.) cur eaishtagh da

earshot (n.) eaishtagh

harken (v.) eaishtagh; eaishtaghey

Audio Visual Cooid Eaishtagh-Jeeaghyn

auscultate (v.) eaishtagh rish y chleeau

bug3 (n.) (surveillance) cullee cooyl-eaishtagh

eavesdrop (v.) cooyl-eaishtagh, eaishtagh gyn yss

listener (n.) clashtynagh; eaishteyder; lught eaishtagh

listen in (v.) eaishtagh, eaishtaghey, sheegeragh

out of earshot ass eaishtagh

cooyl-eaishtagh eavesdrop

audience clashtynee; eaishtaght; (n.) eanish; lught eaishtagh; lught fakin

hearken (v.) cur cleaysh da, eaishtagh; eaisht

listen (v.) cur cleaysh; eaishtagh; eaishtaghey; geaishtagh; geaishtaghey

rehear (v.) aa-eaishtagh rish, aachlashtyn, aachluinnaghey

within earshot ayns clashtyn; ayns eaishtagh

attentive (adj.) arreydagh: Your scholars are not attentive - Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh. JJK idiom; foayroil; currymagh; eaishtagh; frioosagh: He was very attentive to her - V'eh feer frioosagh j'ee. DF idiom; geilloil

confess (v.) goaill rish: I confess to you that I suspect you a little - Ta mee goaill-rish dy row ourys beg aym erriu. JJK idiom; feysht; eaishtagh

hear1 (impv) clasht, eaisht; (v.) cluinaghtyn, eaishtagh; clashtyn: I hear a knock - Ta mee clashtyn crank. JJK idiom

bwaane chellvane callbox, telephone box, telephone kiosk: ren ad goaill rish dy row "greie ry hoi eaishtagh" er ve currit sy bwaane-chellvane. Carn

cauaig (f.) (of crowd) buzz; coo, moan, murmur: Myr ec margey, my t'ou er eaishtagh rish cauaig y chaglym, agh cha bee ayd fys cre un ockle ta fer gra rish fer elley, agh y thassane mooar ooilley fud-y-cheilley PC

geyrey sharpen: Geyrey gyn eaishtagh rish. DF; sharper: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny s'geyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible

keilt incomprehensible: Cha row yn leigh keilt oc: dagh laa mean-touree Haink pobble ny cheerey dy eaishtagh da'n Ree Er Cronkan ny Thingvaal yn leigh fockley magh. Coraa; recondite

ooilley fud-y-cheilley all in a flurry: Myr ec margey, my t'ou er eaishtagh rish cauaig y chaglym, agh cha bee ayd fys cre un ockle ta fer gra rish fer elley, agh y thassane mooar ooilley fud-y-cheilley PC

sharmaneyn sermons: nee shiu geamagh er dy eaishtagh rish Sharmaneyn, as erskyn ooilley nee shiu kiarail y ghoaill dy vod eh gynsaghey yn Chrea, Padjer y Chiarn, as ny Jeih Annaghyn ayns chengey ny mayrey PB1765

house (n.) chaagh, teagh; (n.) cabbane, lhiaght; thie: and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's house - as van ven goit stiagh gys thie Pharoah Bible; (v.) cur aaght da, cur stiagh; (n.) lught eishtagh; lught eaishtagh; lugh-thie: and now when shall I provide for mine own house also? - as nish, nagh vel eh traa dou kiarail y ghoaill son my lught-thie myrgeddin? Bible; (nyn) dhie

sound cayrnal; eaishtagh rish; feeam; feiyr; feiyral; follan: He is as sound as a bell - T'eh cha follan as breck. DF idiom; hellym: The sound of the trumpet - Hellym y chayrn. DF idiom; keyllys: They used to swim the cattle across the Sound - Boallagh ad cur er yn ollagh dy naue harrish y Cheyllys. DF idiom; lajer; lane; sheean: Empty vessels make the most sound - Siyn folmey smoo sheean nee. JJK idiom; sheeanal; sheeaney; sheidey; slayntoil; sunt; suntal; sunteil; sonn; (adj.) keyn; breeoil

traa tey teatime: Va sym dy liooar ec y lught-eaishtagh, ga dy re mish va'n loayreyder s'jerree as mish loayrt lurg traa-tey syn astyr! Carn

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