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edd (m., f.) pl. idd hat; cap; nest: myr y chalmane ta jannoo yn edd eck ayns tuill ny guaggyn. Bible [L. nidus]


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birran edd hatpin

boandey edd hatband

crogheydane edd hatstand

Edd Ain (Yn) Our Nest

edd ard opera hat, stovepipe, top hat: dagh fer coamrit ayns lheiney liauyr bane as edd ard er nyn gione neesht. Dhoor

edd Austraalagh bush hat

edd baateyrys boater

edd beaver beaver hat

Edd Beg Little Nest

edd birragh high-peaked hat, peaked hat

edd bog soft hat, squash hat

edd bolg felt hat

edd caggee tin hat

edd craue crow's nest

edd creoi hard hat

edd croym-oirragh slouch hat

edd cruinn billycock, pillbox hat; (hat) bowler

Edd Druiaght Enchanted Nest

edd garran mare's nest

edd gheayshteenagh bearskin

edd greiney sunhat

edd marrinagh sailor hat

edd runt boater

edd sleayst shovel hat

edd sniengan ant's nest

edd urley eyrie

edd ushag bird's nest: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn t'ayn, as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag Bible

jannoo edd nest, nesting

kiap edd hat-block

kishteig edd (f.) hatbox

kishtey edd band-box, hatbox, nestbox

lane edd nestful

pinn edd (f.) hat peg

shapp edd hat shop

streng edd (f.) hat string

troggal edd nest, nesting

yeeal edd (f.) hat strap

anvroie edd ushag bird's nest soup

as edd ard er top-hatted

as edd sheeidagh er silk-hatted

Boayl yn Edd Place of the Nest

Burroo 'n Edd Nest Hill

edd coar ny hastan mare's nest

Edd Feeagh Vooar Great Raven's Nest

edd tree binn three cornered hat

fo edd ard top-hatted

Logh yn Edd Lough Ned

Magher yn Edd Nest Field

boater (n.) edd baateyrys; edd runt

hatbox (n.) kishteig edd; kishtey edd

mare's nest (n.) edd coar ny hastan, edd garran

nest (n.) aal; edd: Every bird likes its own nest best - Share s'laik lesh dagh ushag e hedd hene. JJK idiom; straih; (v.) jannoo edd, troggal edd

top-hatted as edd ard er; fo edd ard

nesting (v.) guirragh: She is nesting - T'ee guirragh. DF idiom; jannoo edd, troggal edd

ant's nest (n.) edd sniengan

band-box (n.) kishtey edd

beaver hat (n.) edd beaver

billycock (n.) edd cruinn

bird's nest (n.) edd ushag: If a bird's nest chance to be before thee - My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag Bible

bowler2 (n.) (hat) edd cruinn

bush hat (n.) edd Austraalagh

cap (n.) baare, cap, capeen, farkyl; edd: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; bayrn: He won his cap - Hooar eh e vayrn. DF idiom; (v.) crooiney, cur bayrn er, keim er stowal er

Enchanted Nest (n.) Edd Druiaght

eyrie (n.) edd urley

felt hat (n.) edd bolg

hard hat (n.) edd creoi

hat (n.) edd: He took my hat instead of his own - Ghow eh my edd ayns ynnyd jeh'n fer echey hene. JJK idiom

hatband (n.) boandey edd

hat-block (n.) kiap edd

hat peg (n.) pinn edd

hatpin (n.) birran edd

hat shop (n.) shapp edd

hatstand (n.) crogheydane edd

hat strap (n.) yeeal edd

hat string (n.) streng edd

high-peaked hat (n.) edd birragh

Little Nest (n.) Edd Beg

nestbox (n.) kishtey edd

nestful (adj.) lane edd

opera hat (n.) edd ard

Our Nest (n.) (Yn) Edd Ain

peaked hat (n.) edd birragh

sailor hat (n.) edd marrinagh

shovel hat (n.) edd sleayst

slouch hat (n.) edd croym-oirragh

soft hat (n.) edd bog

squash hat (n.) edd bog

sunhat (n.) edd greiney

tin hat (n.) edd caggee

top hat (n.) edd ard

crow's nest (n.) cronnag, edd craue

hatless (adj.) gyn-edd; kione-rooisht

Lough Ned (n.) Logh yn Edd

mortarboard (n.) claare mortyr; claare-edd

Nest Field (n.) Magher yn Edd

Nest Hill (n.) Burroo 'n Edd

paper hat (n.) edd-pabyr

silk-hatted as edd sheeidagh er

stovepipe (n.) edd ard; piob chenntag

claare-edd mortarboard

edd-pabyr paper hat

gyn-edd hatless

bearskin (n.) crackan maghouin; edd gheayshteenagh; sheh vaghouin

bird's nest soup (n.) anvroie edd ushag

Great Raven's Nest (n.) Edd Feeagh Vooar

pillbox hat (n.) bayrn runt, edd cruinn

Place of the Nest (n.) Boayl yn Edd

three cornered hat (n.) edd tree binn

giubbylagh disreputable, down-at-heel; ragged, tattered: Shenn edd giubbylagh. DF

disreputable (adj.) drogh-ennymagh, nearagh, scammyltagh; giubbylagh: Disreputable old hat - Shenn edd giubbylagh. DF idiom

feathers (npl.) fedjagyn: Your hat will have no feathers on it - Cha bee fedjagyn erbee er yn edd eu. JJK idiom

own eer; hene: He took my hat instead of his own - Ghow eh my edd ayns ynnyd jeh'n fer echey hene. JJK idiom

pulled tayrnit; hayrn: He pulled his hat over his eyes - Hayrn eh e edd neose er e hooillyn. DF idiom

take1 (v.) goaill: I would not like to trouble you - Cha b'laik lhiam boirey shiu JJK idiom; troggal; gow: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; trog-jee

take off3 (v.) (clothes) gow eaddagh jeh: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom

took ghow: He took my hat instead of his own - Ghow eh my edd ayns ynnyd jeh'n fer echey hene. JJK idiom

agglit ass appalled, frightened, startled, terrified: myr ushag er-shaghryn agglit ass yn edd Bible

broighey befoul, contamination, dirty, dunging, pollute, soil: Ren eh broighey yn edd echey hene DF

co-ard equally high, equal status: ga dy jinnagh oo dty edd co-ard rish yn urley, raip-yms oo neose veih shen Bible; horizontal

êin birds: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn tayn Bible

hullad vooar (f.) eagle owl; great owl: Ayns shen nee yn hullad vooar yn edd eck y yannoo Bible; stock owl

great owl (n.) hullad vooar: There shall the great owl make her nest - Ayns shen nee yn hullad vooar yn edd eck y yannoo Bible; hullad mooar: The little owl, and the great owl, and the swan - Yn hullad beg, as yn hullad mooar, as yn ollay Bible

hateful (adj.) dwoaieagh; feohdagh; feohdoil; dwoaiagh: living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another - baghey ayns goanlys as roon, dwoaiagh, as coyrt dwoaie yn derrey yeh dan jeh elley Bible; eajee: and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird - as edd son dy chooilley eean neu-ghlen as eajee Bible

bonnagyn buns: Ayns ny Inshyn Goal v'ad foast g'emnys Oie'l Verree 'Oidche nam Bannag' er yn oyr dy row possanyn dy 'fir-fuan' goll mygeayrt shirrey bee [bonnagyn], dagh fer coamrit ayns lheiney liauyr bane as edd ard er nyn gione neesht. Dhoor

ein birds: My haghrys oo er y raad er edd ushag, ayns billey erbee, ny er y thalloo, my she êin ny ooyn tayn as y chenn ushag ny hoie er ny heïn, ny er ny ooyn, cha jean oo goaill yn chenn ushag marish ny heïn. Bible; fowls

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