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earish vooar (f.) foul weather, rough weather

earish (f.) pl. earishyn 1 age, lifetime, period, season, time a: haink eh gy-kione lurg earish Bible; 2 weather

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drogh earish COMPARE drogh-emshir adverse weather: Va'n drogh earish shoh ayn rish oor agh v'eh gennaghtyn dy row eh goll er rish ooryn. Dhoor; rough weather; bad weather

earish glonkagh windy with choppy sea

earish miolagh time of temptation: son tammylt tad credjal, agh ayns earish miolagh ta nyn gredjue failleil Bible

gless earish (f.) barometer

kione earish weather head

moddey earish weather dog

ceaut ec yn earish weather-worn

daahit ec yn earish weather-stained

earish y vess (f.) fruit-time

er-dyn chenn earish of old: Son Jee my Ree er dyn chenn earish Bible

Feailley Kiaull yn Chied Earish Early Music Festival

jeen noi'n earish weatherproof

oayllagh rish yn earish weather-wise

Ronsee Pabyryn-naight as Earish-lioaryn Explore Newspapers and Journals

'sy chenn earish in olden days, yore: haink yn sleih cheddin dy ve deiney niartal, vasy chenn earish, ard-hranlaasee Bible

rough weather (n.) drogh earish, earish vooar, emshir garroo, emshir vooar

adverse weather (n.) drogh earish

barometer (n.) aer-veih, gless earish

foul weather (n.) earish vooar

fruit-time (n.) earish y vess

weather (n.) earish: The weather is like spring - Ta'n earish goll-rish yn arragh. JJK idiom; emshir: It's bad weather - Ta emshir olk ayn. JJK idiom; emshyr; (v.) ceau, cur fo

weather dog (n.) moddey earish

weather head (n.) kione earish

yore (n.) 'sy chenn earish

of old er-dyn chenn earish

time of temptation (n.) earish miolagh

weatherproof (n.) jeen; jeen noi'n earish

weather-stained daahit ec yn earish

weather-wise oayllagh rish yn earish

weather-worn ceaut ec yn earish

Early Music Festival (n.) Feailley Kiaull yn Chied Earish

in olden days 'sy chenn earish

windy with choppy sea (n.) earish glonkagh

Explore Newspapers and Journals Ronsee Pabyryn-naight as Earish-lioaryn

olden (adj.) shenn: In olden days - 'Sy chenn earish. DF idiom

period (n.) abbyrt, amm, earish, lane-scuirr, lhing, slane lhiettal, traa; peeriod

chooinee remembered: Eisht chooinee eh er laghyn y chenn earish Bible

geulit chained, shackled: shen myr ta cloan gheiney geulit ayns earish ghoogh Bible

hooar (=Ir. fhuair) got: lurg earish hooar mee kied veih'n ree Bible; received; found

age (n.) amm, earish, lhing, seihll; eash: Respect is due to old age - Ta arrym cair da shenn-eash. JJK idiom

bad weather (n.) drogh-emshir: We made bad weather - Haink drogh emshir orrin. DF idiom; emshir ghonney; emshir olk: It's bad weather - Ta emshir olk ayn. JJK idiom; drogh earish

companion cooidjaghtagh, co-heshey; cumraag: Fire is a good companion in this weather - Ta aile ny chumraag mie ayns lheid yn earish shoh. JJK idiom; greeish chabbaneagh; laue-lioar; sheshey

fire1 (n.) aile: Fire is a good companion in this weather - Ta aile ny chumraag mie ayns lheid yn earish shoh. JJK idiom; chenney, tienney; (v.) lhiggey, lhieggey, lostey; cur aile da

lifetime (n.) bioys, earish, lhing; seihll: Lifetime of a man - Seihll dooinney. DF idiom

lifting (v.) troggal: The bad weather is lifting - Ta'n earish troggal seose. DF idiom; girree: The fog is lifting - Ta'n frough girree. DF idiom

season blaastey, cur jeih-vlass er, faagail, lhiasaghey; (n.) earish; imbagh: It's the season I like the best - Te yn imbagh share s'laik lhiam. JJK idiom

Spring (n.) (Yn) Arragh: The weather is like spring - Ta'n earish goll-rish yn arragh. JJK idiom; arree

time am, em; earish, emshyr, emshir, lhing, tammylt; traa: Time is short: Eternity is long - S'giare traa: S'foddey beaynid. JJK idiom; keayrt: I'll stay longer next time - Tanneeym ny sodjey yn keayrt sniessey. JJK idiom; (v.) towse

Ayrn Wooar Great Portion: Myr shen ayns earish feer yiare, va ayrn wooar jeh'n teihll er ny hyndaa gys Creesteeagh CS

cha neaisht-ym I will not hear: son cha neaisht-ym roo tra nee ad geamagh hym ayns earish nyn seaghyn Bible

chea ersooyl flee: Agh ta Nineveh er-dyn chenn earish, goll-rish loghan ushtey: ny yeih nee ad chea ersooyl. Bible

cummal rish endure, hold on, last, standby: myr shen cha vel ad cummal rish agh son earish Bible

er-dy-henney ago: Honnick mee earish-liooar Yernagh tammylt beg er-dy-henney. Carn; since, since then

fardail1 inanity; vainness; vain: Ta shiu er ghra, She fardail eh, dy hirveish Jee Bible; vanity: T'ad fardail, as obbyr y volteyrys: ayns earish nyn gerraghey nee ad cherraghtyn. Bible; larger part

heaghyn (dy) of trouble: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

hreishteil (dy); (to) trust: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht, as cass ass ynnyd. Bible

neufirrinagh affected, fictitious, insincere, perfidious, unfaithful, untrue, untruthful: Dy hreishteil ayns dooinney ta neu-firrinagh ayns earish dy heaghyn, te myr feeackle brisht as cass ass ynnyd. EF

can (n.) curn, curneen; stainnaghey, stainney; (v.) fod, jarg; (interrog.) nod: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom; vod: How can you go out in such weather? - Kys vod shiu goll magh ayns lheid yn earish? JJK idiom; foddee: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; oddys: How can he be so cruel? - Kys oddys eh ve cha dewil? JJK idiom

fall away (v.) goll sheese, treigeil; tuittym ersooyl: Let them fall away like water that runneth apace - lhig daue tuittym ersooyl myr ushtey ta roie dy tappee Bible; failleil: and in time of temptation fall away - agh ayns earish miolagh ta nyn gredjue failleil

tarry fuirraghtyn, fuirriaght: because they were thrust out of Egypt, and could not tarry - er-yn-oyr as row ad eiyrit magh ass Egypt ayns siyr, as cha row tra oc son fuirraghtyn Bible; tannaghtyn; terragh; fuirree: And tarry with him a few days - As fuirree mârish son earish yiare Bible; farkiaght; farkiagh: Would ye tarry for them till they were grown? - Jinnagh shiu farkiagh er nyn son derrey harragh ad gys eash? Bible

wont (n.) oash; (v.) boallagh: quicken me, according as thou art wont - cur bree ayn-ym myr boallagh oo Bible; bollagh: They were wont to speak in old time - Bollagh ad grasy chenn earish Bible; cliaghtey: was I ever wont to do so unto thee? - row mee rieau cliaghtey dy yannoo myr shoh dhyt? Bible; oallagh: and to all the places where David himself and his men were wont to haunt - as gys dy chooilley ynnyd va David as e gheiney oayllagh dy haaghey bible; oayllagh rish

glasseraght (f.) grassiness, herbage, vegetation, verdure: dooar ymmodee jeu baase er y lhong, kyndagh rish drogh-earish, chingys-marrey, obbyr chreoi as dewilys ny skimmee, as doagan trooid bee loau, gyn glasseraght erbee, as va nyn girp ceaut harrish- boayrd gys ny sharkaghyn. Dhoor


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