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eean 1 pl. ein chick, fowl, poult a: as dy chooilley eean lurg e cheint Bible; 2 (of birds) young; 3 brat, cheeky child; 4 juvenile [O.Ir. én]


Inexact matches:

anvroie eean chicken soup

eean beg (n.) dicky-bird

eean bing humming bird

eean Bretnagh black-necked grebe

eean caaidje cagebird

eean chonvaayrtagh aasvogel

eean cleaynee decoy

eean cronnane colibri

eean fidderagh weaver bird

eean guiy gosling

eean hullad owlet

eean idd nestling

eean kellee cockerel

eean kereen grebe

eean kirkey domestic chicken

eean marrey (n.) sea bird, sea fowl

eean oghe ovenbird

eean oie night bird

eean olla cygnet

eean peacock peachick

eean raip corncrake, crake, landrail

eean roie bustard, ostrich

eean shooyl bird of passage, straggler

eean thunnag duckling

eean urley eaglet

eean ushtey waterfowl

eean Voaldyn whimbrel

Feill Eean Poultry

glass-eean Philadelphia Philadelphia vireo

glass-eean sooill-yiarg red-eyed vireo

glooee eean birdlime

eean beg yn amman long-tailed titmouse

eean kereen beg dabchick, little grebe

eean kereen cleashagh eared grebe

eean kereen jiarg red-necked grebe

eean ny h-oie owl: Ta mish kasly rish pellikan ayns yn 'asygh : as mar ae'n ny hyi ayns yn ynyd phaas. Psalm1610

eean ny loghan (n.) moorhen

eean raip Baillon Baillons crake

eean raip beg Baillion's crake; little crake

eean raip breck spotted crake

eean raip Sora Sora rail

eean y chiaulteyr parrot

eean y ghob jiarg Jack Frost

eean y ghob jiarg mooie frosty

eean yn aittin whinchat

er yn eean (of fowls) breeding

fer marroo eean fowler: Ta nan anym er shaghny gy jaru mar aeyn, magh as ribbe yn fer maru aeyn : ta yn ribbe brist as ta shuinyn lifreit. Psalm1610

brat (n.) eean: Who's that little brat? - Quoi'n eean beg shen? DF idiom; paitchey

aasvogel (n.) eean chonvaayrtagh

breeding2 (of fowls) er yn eean

cheeky child (n.) eean

chick (n.) eean

chicken (n.) feill chirkey; eean: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom

chicken soup (n.) anvroie eean

colibri (n.) eean cronnane

corncrake (n.) eean raip

cygnet (n.) eean olla

dicky-bird (n.) eean beg, eeanag

domestic chicken (n.) eean kirkey

duckling (n.) eean thunnag

eaglet (n.) eean urley

frosty (adj.) feayr; eean y ghob jiarg mooie: It's frosty today - Ta eean y ghob jiarg mooie jiu. DF idiom; rioeeagh: Frosty weather - Emshir rioeeagh. DF idiom

gosling (n.) eean guiy

grebe (n.) eean kereen

landrail (n.) eean raip

night bird (n.) eean oie

ostrich (n.) eean roie; ostrich

ovenbird (n.) eean oghe

owlet (n.) eean hullad

peachick (n.) eean peacock

poult (n.) earrag, eean

Poultry (n.) Feill Eean

straggler (n.) eean shooyl, trudleyder

waterfowl (n.) eean ushtey

young3 (n.) See chicken (of birds) eean

Baillion's crake (n.) eean raip beg

Baillons crake (n.) eean raip Baillon

bird of passage (n.) eean shooyl

bustard (n.) eean roie, turkee feie

cagebird (n.) eean caaidje, ushag chaaidje

cockerel (n.) eean kellee, kellagh aeg

crake1 (n.) eean raip, fannag, feeagh

eared grebe (n.) eean kereen cleashagh

evil-doer (n.) drogh-eean; olkeyr

little crake (n.) eean raip beg

ornithological (adj.) eean-oaylleeagh; eeanagh

ornithologist (n.) eean-oayllee; fer eeanlee

ornithology (n.) eean-oaylleeaght

parrot (n.) eean y chiaulteyr, parrad

Philadelphia vireo (n.) glass-eean Philadelphia

pigeon-breasted (adj.) eean-chleeauagh

red-eyed vireo (n.) glass-eean sooill-yiarg

Sora rail (n.) eean raip Sora

spotted crake (n.) eean raip breck

drogh-eean evil-doer, juvenile delinquent

eean-chleeauagh pigeon-breasted

eean-oayllee ornithologist

eean-oaylleeagh ornithological

eean-oaylleeaght (f.) ornithology

birdlime (n.) gleiy ghlass, gleiy ushag, glooee eean

black-necked grebe (n.) eean Bretnagh; greeb doo

dabchick (n.) eean kereen beg, thummeyder beg

decoy breigane; breigey; cleaynaghey; cleayney; eean cleaynee

fowler (n.) eeaneyder, eeanleyder; fer marroo eean

humming bird (n.) eean bing; ushag ving

Jack Frost (n.) eean y ghob jiarg

juvenile aeglagh; eean; aeg, aegey, oikanagh, lambaanagh, paitçhagh

juvenile delinquent (n.) drogh-eean, kyndagh aeg

little grebe (n.) eean kereen beg; greeb beg

moorhen (n.) eean ny loghan; kiark 'reoaie; kiark ushtey

nestling (v.) clusaghey, clussaghey; (n.) eean idd; scollaghan

red-necked grebe (n.) eean kereen jiarg; greeb ruy

sea bird (n.) eean marrey, eeanlee marrey, ushag varrey

sea fowl (n.) eean marrey, eeanlee marrey

weaver bird (n.) eean fidderagh; eeanlee fidderagh; fidder

whimbrel (n.) crottag houree, crottag veg, eean Voaldyn

whinchat (n.) eean yn aittin, ushag y freoaie

chirp scoylgernee: chip like a bird - scolgarnee myr eean. JK

fowl (n.) eean, kiark; eeanlee: Wild fowl - Eeanlee feie. DF idiom; skianagh

long-tailed titmouse (n.) caillagh veg yn arbyl, eean beg yn amman

dwellings cummallyn: whether it be of fowl or of beast, in any of your dwellings - edyr eh ve dy eean ny dy vaagh, ayns veg jeh ny cummallyn eu Bible

on his head er e chione: The chicken is like his kind if there is down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom

owl (n.) hullad: And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow - As y hullad, as y shawk-oie, as y chooag Bible; eean ny h-oie

shell1 bleayst: The chicken is breaking the shell - Ta'n eean scolbey yn bleayst. DF idiom; bleaystan; coodagh; finneig; shlig; shliggan; bleaystaghey, bleaystaney, skilley

cage cage: Myr eean freilt ayns cage dy volley eeanlee elley, myr shen ta cree yn vooinjer chluicagh Apoc

cassan (=Ir. casan) 1 passage, path, pathway, sidewalk, thoroughfare a: Ta cassan ayn nagh nhione da eean erbee Bible; 2 See Cassan Cedar (in names) walk, footpath; 3 trajectory

clooie (f.) (on fruit) bloom; down, feather, plumage: Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF; fluff, fur, fuzz, pubes

coar (=Ir. cóir) (f.) 1 crane a: Myr eean coar, ny gollan-geayee Bible; 2 (for rope) twister; 3 (adj.) acquiescent, affable, approachable, decent, easy-going, fair-minded, indulgent, inoffensive, kindly, nice, obliging, over, easygoing: Dooinney coar DF; 4 benign; 5 civil [O.Ir. corr]

glen (=Ir. glan) 1 chaste, clean, cleanse, clear, clear-cut, cloudless, downright, emphatic, fair, fresh-coloured, hygienic, peremptory, pure, sheer, to a T, undefiled, unpolluted, liquidate a: ghow eh jeh dagh baagh glen, as jeh dagh eean glen Bible; 2 (of refusal) flat; 3 (of vision) unclouded; 4 nett

goayr bwoirryn pl. goair woirryn she goat: As dooyrt eh rish, Gow hood colbagh jeh three bleeaney dy eash, as goayr bwoirryn three bleeaney dy eash, as rea three bleeaney dy eash, as calmane turtle, as eean calmane. Bible

gollan geayee swallow: Myr eean coar, ny gollan-geayee, shen myr ren mee gaccan Bible

kickley tickle, tickling: Sheese lesh yn eean dy ghoaill y doo-oallee, Ren kickley as kickley lesh lurgaghyn toallee. Dhoor; titillate, titillation

peeikear pl. peeikeyryn, peeikearyn descrier, spy: Myr eean freilt ayns cage dy volley eeanlee elley, myr shen ta cree yn vooinjer chluicagh; as myr peeikear t'eh lhie cooyl-chlea son dty lhieggey. Apoc; spoilsport

Shirragh y Ree Peregrine: Ta'n shirragh eean ooasle, as hug ny Manninee "Shirragh y Ree" er Dhoor

abominable (adj.) dwoaiagh: How much more abominable and filthy is man - Cre-woad sloo dwoaiagh as neu-ghlen ta dooinney Bible; dwoaieagh; dwooiagh: or any unclean beast, or any abominable unclean thing - ny baagh, ny rish neu-ghlennid dwooiagh erbee elley Bible; dwoaioil; eajee: that ye commit not any one of these abominable customs - nagh jean shiu cur-rish veg jeh ny cliaghtaghyn eajee; feohoil; feohdoil: And if it be eaten at all on the third day, it is abominable - As my vees eh er ny ee eddyr er y trass laa, te feohdoil Bible; feohdagh: ye shall not make your souls abominable by beast, or by fowl - cha jean shiu shiu-hene feohdagh liorish baagh ny eean Bible; neu-ghlen: Ye shall not make yourselves abominable with any creeping thing - Cha jean shiu neu-ghlen jiu hene lesh red snauee erbee Bible; oaiagh

down (n.) clooie: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom; branchlooie, clooie chayt, fynney; cloonagh; dreeym; dooagh; (adj.) neose: Down to recent times - Neose gys y traa t'ayn jiu. DF idiom; sheese: Down the river - Sheese yn awin. DF idiom; (static) heese: Her hair is down - Ta'n folt eck heese. DF idiom

from the east niar; veihn niar: Calling a ravenous bird from the east - Geamagh er eean jollyssagh veihn niar Bible For exaltation cometh neither from the east, nor from the west - Son cha vel stayd ard cheet veihn niar, ny veihn neear Bible; lesh y shar: as they journeyed from the east - myr ghow ad nyn yurnah lesh y shar 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

species (n.) dooghys, kynney, sorch; dooie: The bird is like his species if there's down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom; keint: Two trees of like species - Daa villey jeh keint cosoylagh. DF idiom

glenney (=Ir. glanadh) act of vindication, chip, clarify, clean, cleaner, clearance, discharge, dust, expurgate, freshen, grub, pay off, purge, purification, purify, rid, satisfaction, scale, scavenge, settlement, sink, weed, wipe; (honey) clarification; (as fowl) draw; (as metal) try out; cleaning; bathe: as glenney e chorp ayns ushtey Bible; cleanse: As nee eh glenney yn thie lesh fuill yn eean as lesh yn ushtey farrane Bible; glass

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