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eayst (=Ir. éasca, Sc.G. easga) (f.) 1 moon a: Hass y ghrian, as yn eayst ayns nyn ynnyd Bible; 2 lunar [O.Ir. ésca]


Inexact matches:

eayst cheyl (f.) crescent moon

eayst eairkagh (f.) crescent moon

eayst Harn (f.) Saturday's moon

eayst hooillagh moon-eyed

eayst-hooill cabbil (f.) moon-eye

eayst noa new moon: Sheid-jee yn cayrn dy ard ec yn eayst noa Bible

eayst vishee (f.) waxing moon

fo'n eayst sublunary

goull eayst moonbeam

gyn eayst moonless

kerroo eayst (f.) First Quarter, quarter of moon

mullagh eayst full moon

ronsag eayst (f.) moon probe

scutag eayst (f.) lunar probe

blein noa ny h-eayst (f.) lunar new year

blein ny h-eayst (f.) lunar year

cooyl yn eayst back of beyond

Eayst yn Ouyir (f.) Harvest Moon

crescent moon (n.) eayst cheyl, eayst eairkagh

ray See re, COMPARE eayst moon: cha der yn eayst magh e ray-sollys Bible [O.Ir. ]

First Quarter (n.) kerroo eayst

lunar (adj.) eayst; (ny) heayst

lunar probe (n.) scutag eayst

moon (n.) ben rein ny hoie, giallagh, goll sheear, ray, re; eayst: The moon is setting - Ta'n eayst goll er e dreeym. DF idiom; luan, lune

moonbeam (n.) goull eayst

moon-eyed (adj.) eayst hooillagh

moonless (adj.) gyn eayst; reghorraghey

moon probe (n.) ronsag eayst

new moon (n.) eayst noa

Saturday's moon (n.) eayst Harn

sublunary (adj.) fo'n eayst

waxing moon (n.) eayst vishee

demilune lieh-eayst; lieh-lune

full moon (n.) lane-eayst, mullagh eayst

half moon (n.) lieh-eayst

lunar eclipse (n.) dhooag-eayst

mock moon (n.) far-eayst

moon-eye eayst-hooill cabbil

dhooag-eayst lunar eclipse

eayst-ghoghanagh lunatic

far-eayst (f.) mock moon

lane-eayst (f.) full moon

lieh-eayst (f.) demilune, half moon; quarter of moon

scrutag (f.) probe: Scrutag eayst. DF

back of beyond (n.) cooyl yn eayst

lunar year (n.) blein ny h-eayst

lunatic (n.) doghanagh ny heayst; eayst-ghoghanagh; keoie

quarter of moon (n.) kerroo eayst, lieh-eayst

crescent2 (of moon) eairkagh: Crescent moon - Eayst cheyl DF idiom

Harvest Moon (n.) Rehollys Vooar yn Ouyir, Eayst yn Ouyir

lunar new year (n.) blein noa ny h-eayst

probe (n.) broddag; scrutag: Lunar probe - Scrutag eayst. DF idiom; (v.) broddey

eairkagh antlered, attired, horned, long-eared, peaked; (of moon) crescent: Eayst eairkagh. DF

ec y vullagh full: Ta'n eayst ec y vullagh noght. DF

lhiantyn da cleave: Ta'n eayst lhiantyn da'n choorse eck. DF

circle4 (sun or moon) bwoaillee: There is a circle round the moon - Ta bwoaillee er yn eayst. DF idiom

shall not give cha der: and the moon shall not give her light - as cha der yn eayst e soilshey Bible

shineth hoilshys; soilshean: Behold even to the moon, and it shineth not - Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean Bible

wane2 (v.) (moon) baarnaghey: The moon is on the wane - Ta'n eayst baarnaghey. DF idiom; goll ergooyl

dy-feer yea: Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean; dy-feer, cha vel ny rollageyn gyn cron ayns e hilley Bible; veraciously

grian (=Ir., Sc.G. grian) (f.) (pl -yn) sun, sunlight, sunshine: tra nagh row grian ny eayst ry-akin rish ymmodee laghyn Bible [O.Ir. grían]

lesh y ghrian clockwise; with the sun: va yindys mooar er ny akin ayns niau, ben coamrit lesh y ghrian, as yn eayst fo e cassyn Bible

mârin with us: Ansherbee, un oie hie mish yn oie shoh mârish daa ghuilley elley as va eayst ghial ayn, as va inneen aeg mârin neesht. GB

meill (=Ir. meill) (f.) pl. meillyn beading, rim; (of tyre) bead; (of reapers) band; lip: Yeeagh yn eayst er y ven as mongey er e meill. Dhoor

planetyn planets: adsyn myrgeddin ren lostey incense da Baal, da'n ghrian, as da'n eayst, as da ny planetyn, as da ooilley pooaraghyn yn aer. Bible

quoif (f.) (pl -yn) 1 coif a: nyn goifyn obbrit, as ny breidyn runt oc goll-rish yn eayst Bible; 2 woman's cap; 3 caul

roltage (f.) star: Dor'ghys ta reill ayn son cha vod y ghrian, eayst ny roltage, ayn roshtyn lesh soilshean PC

scrah (f.) green sod, scraw, sod, turf: Yn aght myr heemayd claare ta scoorit glen cummit kiongoyrt rish gah ny skell y ghrian tilgey scaa bane, myr eayst yial, er y voall ny er y scrah PC; clod

yeeassit borrowed, lent, seconded: myr eayst yial, er y voall ny er y scrah, yn dooghys nagh vel gial, foast lesh yn soilshey yeeassit ta aynjee, ayns kiartys corrym t'ee reill reeriaght ny h-oie. PC

full1 blubbagh, lhean; er croo; lane: Full of pep - Lane dy vree. DF idiom; lhieent: Keep the sail full - Freill ny shiauill lhieent. DF idiom; ec y vullagh: The moon is at the full - Ta'n eayst lane. DF idiom

ennit ass missed: Mairagh vees feailleyn eayst-noa; eisht bee uss ennit ass er-yn-oyr dy bee dty stoyl follym: Bible

seiy seose push up; divideth: Myr shoh ta'n Chiarn gra, ta coyrt yn ghrian son soilshey 'sy laa, as oardaghyn yn eayst as ny rollageyn son soilshey 'syn oie, ta seiy seose yn aarkey tra ta ny tonnyn eck feiyral Bible

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