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eayin lambs: Ver-ym lhiam ad sheese myr eayin gys y skynn Bible


Inexact matches:

crackan eayin lambskin

Cronk Eayin Lambhill

keyrrey eayin (f.) breeding ewe, breeding sheep

sheh eayin (f.) lambskin

lambskin (n.) crackan eayin, sheh eayin

eayn (=Ir. and S.G. uan,) pl. eayin lamb: As omer elley lesh dagh eayn jeh ny kiare eayin jeig, Bible

breeding ewe (n.) keyrrey eayin

breeding sheep (n.) keyrrey eayin

Lambhill (n.) Cronk Eayin

lambs (npl.) eayin; (the); (ny) heayin

of lamb eayin: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom

oasht (f.) ewe, female sheep: Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF; (sheep) yearling

reaghyn rams: lesh ny dew, lesh ny reaghyn, as lesh ny eayin Bible

butcher1 buitchoor: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom; (n.) feilleyder, buitchooragh; (v.) buitchooraghey, marroo, traartyssey

cows (npl.) baa; ollagh: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

ewe (n.) oasht: The ewe is heavy with lamb - Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF idiom

oxen (npl.) dew: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

pigs (npl.) mucyn; muckyn: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

aber (f.) pl. aberyn pasturage, pasture, range, run: fassaghey ad myr eayin ayns aber aalin. Bible; river mouth; bunker

bainney keyrragh ewe's milk, sheep milk: Eeym ny baa, as bainney keyrragh, lesh meeaylys eayin Bible

berchee (adj.) richer: myr shen dy row yn dooinney shoh yn er sberchee jeh ooilley deineyn niar. Bible; (f.) (ny); (the) rich: Eisht nee ny eayin gyndyr ayns nyn oayll hene, as jeh ynnydyn treigit ny berchee gowee joarreeyn yn soylley. Bible; wealthiness

brawnyn fatlings: as giu fuill princeyn y thallooin, eer feill reaghyn, as eayin, as dy ghoair, as dy ghew, ad shoh ooilley brawnyn Vashan Bible

buitchoor butcher, slaughterer, slaughterman: Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK

Cre hon (interrog.) For what, For what purpose, Why: Cre hon ta ny shiaght eayin woirryn shoh, tou er hoiaghey er lheh?; Wherefore: Cre hon tou er nyannoo shoh? Bible

croiteyr crofter, subsistence farmer: Ta croiteyr gra nagh vel ad marroo wheesh dy eayin as ta sleih smooinaghtyn. Carn

daarlee dressed, made ready, prepared: As daarlee ad ny eayin-caisht Bible

dy lhiattee apart: As hug Abraham dy lhiattee shiaght eayin woirryn veihn chioltane er-lheh. Bible

er lheh (=Ir. ar leith) aloof, aside, by itself, certain, distinctive, distinctly, fancy, individual, isolated, patented, private and confidential, privately, proper, respective, separate, separately, special, specially, specific, unique: shiaght eayin woirryn shoh, tou er hoiaghey er lheh Bible; especially

farvaalys grazing rights, rented grazing: Bee ny eayin ta son dty choamrey caillit, as farvaalys aber dty ghoair. Bible

feill ny treanee flesh of the mighty: Nee shiu gee feill ny treanee, as giu fuill princeyn y thallooin, eer feill reaghyn, as eayin, as dy ghoair, as dy ghew, ad shoh ooilley brawnyn Vashan. Bible

heurinyn he goats: As son ourallyn shee, daa ghow, queig reaghyn, queig heurinyn, queig eayin jehn vleïn shen Bible

kione-lajeragh arbitrary, contumacious, headstrong, obdurate, obstinate, persistent, strong-willed: Son ta Israel creoi-wannallagh, myr colbagh kione-lajeragh: nish nee yn Chiarn fassaghey ad myr eayin ayns aber aalin. Bible; unruly

lheïm leap, skip: Ren ny sleityn lheïm myr reaghyn: as ny croink veggey myr eayin Bible

mea lesh riurid fat with fatness: Ta cliwe y Chiarn lane lesh foill; te mea lesh riurid, as lesh faill eayin as goair Bible

skynn (=Ir. sgian) (f.) pl. skynnyn knife: Ver-ym lhiam ad sheese myr eayin gys y skynn Bible

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