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eeanlee fowl, fowls, poultry: Jeh eeanlee yn aer myrgeddin shiaght piyryn Bible


Inexact matches:

arreyder eeanlee bird watcher

close eeanlee poultry yard

eeanlee fidderagh weaver bird

eeanlee injinagh (npl.) guinea fowl

eeanlee marrey (npl.) sea bird, sea fowl

eeanlee roauyrey (npl.) fatted fowl: feeaih fyrryn as bwoirryn jeh dy chooilley horch, as eeanlee roauyrey Bible

eeanlee shelg wild fowl, wing game

eeanlee ushtey wild fowl

fer eeanlee ornithologist

gowaltys eeanlee poultry farm

gunney eeanlee fowling piece

kemmyrk eeanlee bird sanctuary

lheim eeanlee flush

moddey eeanlee pointer

reayrt eeanlee bird's-eye view

reayrtlann–eeanlee (f.) bird observatory

taishbynys eeanlee poultry show

tayrtyn eeanlee bird-catching

thie eeanlee aviary

eeanlee yn aer feathered race

eeanlee y thurran barnyard fowls

shillish ny eeanlee (f.) heckberry

wild fowl (npl.) eeanlee shelg, eeanlee ushtey

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

bird observatory (n.) reayrtlann–eeanlee

bird sanctuary (n.) kemmyrk eeanlee

bird's-eye view (n.) reayrt eeanlee

fatted fowl (npl.) eeanlee roauyrey

fowling piece (n.) gunney eeanlee

fowls (npl.) eeanlee: Barnyard fowls - Eeanlee y thurran. DF idiom; ein: Sell your fowls - Creck ny ein eu. JJK idiom

heckberry (n.) shillish ny eeanlee

ornithologist (n.) eean-oayllee; fer eeanlee

poultry (n.) eeanlee, kiarkyn

poultry farm (n.) gowaltys eeanlee

poultry show (n.) taishbynys eeanlee

poultry yard (n.) close eeanlee

wing game (npl.) eeanlee shelg

aviary (n.) thie eeanlee, thie ushag

barnyard fowls (npl.) eeanlee y thurran

bird-catching eeanleydys; foodlagh; tayrtyn eeanlee

birds (npl.) eeanlee: and the birds shall eat thy flesh from off thee - as nee ny eeanlee gee dty eill jeed Bible; ein, êin; (ny); (the) heïn; ushagyn: the time of the singing of birds is come - ta imbagh kiaulleeaght ny ushagyn er jeet Bible

feathered race (npl.) eeanlee yn aer

bird watcher (n.) arreyder eeanlee; fer arrey ein

guinea fowl (n.) eeanlee injinagh; ginnee; kiark injinagh

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

sea fowl (n.) eean marrey, eeanlee marrey

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

flush1 brooightey; corrym; cur seose; jiargaghey; lheim eeanlee; niee; stroolagh; roie yn ushtey

pointer (n.) leeid, maidjey, snaid; moddey eeanlee, moddey feieys, moddey stronnee, moddey ushag

caage cage: Myr ta caage lane dy eeanlee Bible

piyryn pairs: Jeh eeanlee yn aer myrgeddin shiaght piyryn, fyrryn as bwoirryn Bible

cage (v.) caaidjaghey, cur ayns clean; (n.) cage, caaidje; caage: As a cage is full of birds - Myr ta caage lane dy eeanlee Bible

I will bring down lhieg-ym: I will bring them down as the fowls of the heaven lhieg-ym ad myr eeanlee yn aer Bible

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

car pl. kyr See carr :1 1 knot, twirl, twist, vicissitude; 2 (prep.) during a: nee ny eeanlee tannaghtyn orroo car y touree Bible

car y touree all summer: nee ny eeanlee tannaghtyn orroo car y touree, as maase y vagheragh car y yeuree Bible

car y yeuree all winter: nee ny eeanlee tannaghtyn orroo car y touree, as maase y vagheragh car y yeuree Bible

craie argillaceous, earthen: nee eh marroo unnane jeh ny eeanlee ayns saagh craie Bible

cretoor feie wild animal: v'eh mie-ynsit ayns dagh nhee dooghyssagh, as dagh cretoor feie, beiyn, eeanlee as eeastyn as phadeyrys ny h-emshir neesht. Dhoor

crouw (f.) bunch, bush, dwarf tree, shrub, stick, stock, wide spreading tree: ayns yn aer foshlit eeanlee bishagh ghow, dagh cronk, dagh dress, dagh billey as dagh crouw, keylljyn as coanyn ooilley swarmal lhieu. PC; Masonic lodge; (of society) branch; (of river) tributary

Cur-jee my-ner (impv) Behold: Cur-jee my-ner eeanlee yn aer: son cha vel ad cuirr ny buinn, ny chymsaghey stiagh ayns soaltyn; foast ta nyn Ayr flaunyssagh dyn meaghey ad. Bible

druiaghtagh enchanting, mysterious, romantic: er ny brooghyn breck rish blaaghyn, er ny eeanlee myr milley drilleeyn 'sy speyr, er yn cheyll soaral, as er yn vrack t'ayns kionys er yn reeriaght druiaghtagh shoh . Coraa; sorcerer, wizard

idd 1 hats a: Eisht va ny deiney shoh kianlt ayns nyn gooatyn, nyn oashyryn, as nyn idd, as nyn eaddagh elley, Bible; 2 nests a: Ayndoo ta ny eeanlee jannoo nyn idd Bible

lieen pl. lieenteenyn linen, lint; netting, net: skeayl-yms my lieen orroo lhieg-ym ad myr eeanlee yn aer Bible

maase feïe yn vagher wild beasts of the field: Shione dou ooilley ny eeanlee ter ny sleityn: as ta maase feïe yn vagher ayns my hilley Bible

oghyr (f.) berry; roe, spawn: Ta cooid dy yeeastyn bishagh liorish spawn, oghyr as molg, as jeu cooid elley t'ayn, myr eeanlee, breh nyn ooh 'sy gheinnagh heh, as voue shen cheet yn dooghys t'ad hene jeh. PC; ochre

ollagh (=Ir. eallach) (f.) bovines, cattle, kine: As rish dagh cretoor bio ta meriu, jeh ny eeanlee, jeh yn ollagh, as jeh ooilley beiyn y thallooin meriu Bible; cows; beast, cow; neat

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

'sy speyr aloft, overhead, sky-high, skywards: er yn poyll dhoo dullyragh, er yn ushtey gial grianagh, er ny brooghyn breck rish blaaghyn, er ny eeanlee myr milley drilleeyn 'sy speyrh shoh . Coraa

torchit anguished, tormented, tortured: Shoallyn myr eeanlee getlagh er nyn skian stiurey trooid aer ghoo torchit lesh plooghane PC

tuill holes: Ta tuill ec ny shynnee, as idd ec eeanlee yn aer Bible

yeeastyn fishes: As dooyrt Jee, Lhig da yeeastyn v'er nyn gheddyn ayns ushtaghyn, eeanlee 'syn aer myrgeddin! PC

yeeilley (f.) satiety: Eisht faag-ym oo er y thalloo, as tilg-ym oo magh er y vagher foshlit, as ver-ym er ooilley eeanlee yn aer dy hannaghtyn ort, as jeed's ver-ym nyn yeeilley da ooilley maase y thallooin. Bible

graihder pl. graihderyn lover, sweetheart: Shen yn oyr ghow eh y far-ennym Caradar,' son ta bun yn ockle, Graihder-eeanlee. Bible

maidjagh timber, timbered: Va Candide çhelleeragh er ny chur lesh gys shamyr ghuillagagh, lesh colonnade feer waagh dy varmyr glass as airh, as moggyl maidjagh aynsyn va parradyn, colibreeyn, ushagyn bing, eeanlee Ghuinea, as ooilley ny keintyn s'goaun dy ushagyn. CnyO

markym-jeelym mirage: foddey voym, fo'n droghad roie Awin ny Braddanyn, yn sheean eck myr thaish, as va markym-jeelym er y vayr roym, as eer ny h-eeanlee hene nyn dost. Coraa

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