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eeck (=Ir. íoc) clear off debt, payment, pay off, pay out, remittance, reward: dob eh dy eeck keesh da Bible

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eeck bairailyn expenses payment of

eeck cochianglee connection fee

eeck custym clear

eeck da pay: Eshyn ta giastyllagh da ny boghtyn, t'eh geeasaght da'n Chiarn: as son shen t'eh myr shoh dy vaarail, bee eh er ny eeck da reesht. Bible; repay

eeck giare (dy); (dy) underpay

eeck glenney discharge

eeck jee-chosnee unemployment benefit

eeck reesht repay

eeck rolaue prepay, prepayment

eeck sloo rebate

eeck smoo surcharge

eeck stiagh pay in: As dinsh Mordecai dasyn ooilley ny v'er daghyrt da, as mychione yn sym dy argid yiall Haman dy eeck stiagh gys tashtaghyn y ree, son kied dy stroie ny Hewnyn. Bible

er goan-eeck underpaid

gyn eeck outstanding, unpaid: Billey y 'aagail gyn eeck. DF; (of debt) uncleared; unremunerative, unsalaried

rour eeck overpayment

teishtys eeck clearance certificate

traa eeck usance, time for payment

ymmyrkey ry-eeck carriage forward

eeaghyn y eeck pay up: Dty 'eeaghyn y eeck. DF

eeck argid sheese pay down

eeck ass hene self-supporting

eeck dy liooar satisfaction

eeck eearlys er pay down

eeck er son pay for

eeck er y treiney terms cash

eeck ny feeaghyn jeh disencumber

eeck rour da overpay

eeck yn jaghee tithe

faagail gyn eeck non-payment

lhiastynys gyn eeck undischarged debt

skellal gyn eeck (bookmaker) welsh

adsyn ta cummallyn-maillee oc dy eeck tenants

Slattys Geddyn Er Ash as Eignaghey Eeck Feeaghyn Debt Recovery and Enforcement Act

beforehand rolaue: There are two bad payments, beforehand and never - Daa ghrogh eeck t'ayn, eeck rolaue as dyn eeck edyr. DF idiom

pay down eeck argid sheese; eeck eearlys er

payment (n.) eeck: He is pushing me for payment - T'eh crowal orrym son eeck. DF idiom; eeckys; leagh; cooilleen

ry-eeck payable: Yn garey t'ou smooinaghtyn jeh, t'eh ry-eeck. JJK

clearance certificate (n.) teishtys eeck

clear off debt (v.) eeck

connection fee (n.) eeck cochianglee

overpay (v.) eeck rour da

overpayment (n.) rour eeck

pay in (v.) eeck stiagh

prepay (v.) eeck rolaue; roie-geeck

prepayment (n.) eeck rolaue

rebate eeck sloo; aayeeilley

remittance (n.) eeck

repay (v.) aayeeilley; eeck da: whatsoever thou spendest more, when I come again, I will repay thee - cre-erbee smoo vaarys oo er, eeck-ym dhyt eh, tra hig-ym reesht. Bible; eeck reesht

uncleared2 (of debt) gyn eeck

underpay (to); (dy) dy eeck giare

usance1 (n.) traa eeck, tearmey

welsh (v.) (bookmaker) skellal gyn eeck

boodeeyssyn ynnydagh local communities: Agh cha nel BT son eeck dy chooilley nhee: ta BT laccal ny boodeeyssyn ynnydagh as y reiltys Goaldagh dy eeck paart jeh'n chostys. Carn

eeck-ym I will pay: Dhyt's, O Yee, eeck-ym my vreearaghyn: dhyts ver-ym booise. Bible

paggey deck, wad, wadding; pack: Ta'n paggey argidoil shallidagh goaill stiagh eeck eeasaght jeh lieh-cheead millioon punt, shegin goll er eeck ayns Mean Fouyir. BS; truss

balancing payment eeck-corrymal

carriage forward ymmyrkey ry-eeck

checkout (n.) ynnyd-eeck

defrayable (adj.) yn-eeck

dischargeable yn-eeck

expenses payment of eeck bairailyn

indemnity (n.) aa-eeck, urrys

I will pay eeck-ym; eeck-yms: I will pay ten thousand talents of silver - as eeck-yms jeih thousane talent dy argid Bible

outstanding (adj.) ard-yindyssagh, gyn eeck, mooie

payable (adj.) ry-eeck

pay for (v.) eeck er son

payment in part (n.) lieh-eeck

pay station (n.) (motorway) ynnyd-eeck

reimburse (v.) aa-eeck

reimbursement (n.) aa-eeck

self-supporting (adj.) eeck ass hene, hene-chooneydagh

time for payment (n.) traa eeck

underpaid er goan-eeck; fo-eckit

undischarged debt (n.) lhiastynys gyn eeck

unsalaried gyn eeck; gyn faill

aa-eeck indemnity, reimburse, reimbursement

eeck-corrymal balancing payment

eeck-olteynys subscription

eeck-yms I will pay: as eeck-yms jeih thousane talent dy argid gys tashtaghyn y ree, liorish ny laueyn ocsyn vees currym yn obbyr shoh orroo. Bible

lieh-eeck payment in part

yn-eeck defrayable, dischargeable, due

ynnyd-eeck checkout; (motorway) pay station

disencumber (v.) eeck ny feeaghyn jeh, seyrey

non-payment faagail gyn eeck; neueeck; neuyeeilley

pay eeck da, geeck; faill; jeeilley; jeeley; (to); (dy) eek

pay off (v.) cur gys yn dorrys, eeck, glenney

pay out ceau argid; eeck; lhiggey magh

pay up (v.) eeaghyn y eeck, eeaghyn y ghlenney

surcharge (n.) eeck smoo; prios-brash; (v.) cur cost elley er

tenants (npl.) adsyn ta cummallyn-maillee oc dy eeck

terms cash eeck er y treiney

unemployment benefit (n.) eeck jee-chosnee, vondeish jee-chiartaght

unpaid (adj.) gyn eeck; gyn faill; neueeckit

unremunerative (adj.) gyn eeck, gyn leagh, neuhoyrtagh, neuleaghagh

Debt Recovery and Enforcement Act (n.) Slattys Geddyn Er Ash as Eignaghey Eeck Feeaghyn

tithe (v.) cur jaghee er, eeck yn jaghee; (n.) jaghee; jagheenys

dy traaoil in good time, prompt: Dy eeck dy traaoil. DF; fortunely; promptly

afterwards (adv.) jei; (ny) lurg; (ny) s'anmee: I fear we shall have to pay for it afterwards - Ta aggle orrym dy nhegin dooin eeck er e son ny s'anmee. JJK idiom

bill3 (n.) (account) screeuyn coontee: She hadn't paid the bill, had she? - Cha row ee er n'eeck yn coontey, row? JJK idiom; coontey: We should pay our bill - Lhisagh shin eeck nyn goontey. JJK idiom

bitter1 garg; gargaghey; gart; geyre; gort; sharroo, shirroo: Sweet to take but bitter to pay - Millish dy ghoaill agh sharroo dy eeck. JJK idiom

clear1 baghtal: That's clear enough - Ta shen baghtal dy liooar. DF idiom; cleeir, gial, glen, hollys, leayr, sollys, sullyr, chiarrey, rea, seyrey, seyr veih gioal, sheeley; neuvodjallit, sheelit; cur baght er, eeck custym, giallaghey; feayshlit

delivery (n.) assaid, coyrt seose, toyrtys; jannoo chaghteraght; livrey-ys: To pay on delivery - Ry-eeck er livrey-ys. DF idiom

discharge ceau magh: Discharge ballast - Ballast y cheau magh. DF idiom; cur ersooyl; cur sheese; eeck glenney; folmaghey; glenney; glenney magh; jee-lughtaghey; jee-lughtey; lhiggey; lhiggey magh; neulaadey; neulughtaghey; neulughtey; orraghey; seyrey; sheeley; skeaylley; tilgey

duty2 (n.) (tax) keesh: Subject to stamp duty - As keesh chlouag ry-eeck. DF idiom

farthing (n.) farling: Until you have paid the last farthing - Derrey vees oo erreish yn farling sodjey magh y eeck. DF idiom

promptly (adv.) dy lheah; dy traaoil: To pay promptly - Dy eeck dy traaoil. DF idiom; ec keayrt

satisfaction (n.) cooilleeney, glenney, rick, saasaght, saie; corrym: I had no satisfaction from him - Cha dooar mee corrym er. DF idiom; taittin: It gives me satisfaction - S'taittin lhiam eh. DF idiom; eeck dy liooar

sweet (n.) bee millish, milljan; (adj.) bing, meen, oor, blaystal; smillish; millish: Sweet to take but bitter to pay - Millish dy ghoaill agh sharroo dy eeck. DF idiom

baih argid invested: Ta Mainshtyr Huhne credjal dy noddagh shen cur ass cree sleih ta kiarail shaghney eeck keeshyn ayns ny çheeraghyn oc hene liorish baih argid ayns bancyn ayns Mannin. BS

billey pl. billaghyn bank bill: Billey y 'aagail gyn eeck DF; (proposed law) bill: Hug eh lesh stiagh billey ayns Y Chiare as Feed DF; pl. biljyn :1 big bush, tree: Ta mess y dooinney cairagh billey dy vea Bible [O.Ir. bile]

coontys pl. coontyssyn calculation, commentary, count, financial account, statement: Hebb eh y coontys ry-hoi eeck. DF

cur ass cree demoralization, demoralize, depress, discourage, dishearten: Ta Mainshtyr Huhne credjal dy noddagh shen cur ass cree sleih ta kiarail shaghney eeck keeshyn ayns ny çheeraghyn oc hene liorish baih argid ayns bancyn ayns Mannin. BS; disheartening

daill (=Ir. daill) (f.) chance, credit, trust: cur daill dou as nee'm ooilley y eeck dhyt. Bible; (v.) hired: hie eh as daill eh eh-hene rish cummaltagh jeh'n cheer shen Bible; suborned

dhyt's to you: Dhyt's, O Yee, eeck-ym my vreearaghyn: dhyts ver-ym booise. Bible

duillageenyn leaflets: Er y nah chiaghtin va tooilley sleih cur magh duillageenyn soilshaghey magh y cooish shoh as v'ad goit neesht as dob paart jeu dy eeck nyn finallyn as v'ad ceaut ayns prisoon rish shiaghtin. Carn

dy foayroil approvingly, favourably: dy foayroil clashtyn rish dt'accanyn dt'ymyrçh y yannoo magh, dt'obbraghyn mie y eeck, as dty ghrogh ymmyrkey y smaghtagh. CS

eeaghyn See feeaghyn payments: Agh son wheesh as nagh row echey dy eeck, doardee e hiarn eh dy ve creckit as e ven, as e chloan, as ooilley ny v'echey, as e eeaghyn dy ve eeckit. Bible

lieh-vlein (f.) half-year, semester: Agh t'eh grait dy lajer nagh vel ny h- earrooyn lieh-vlein cammit liorish eeck y toyrtys bleinoil, er yn oyr dy vel Radio Vannin goaill yn argid veih coontys-tashtee car ny bleeaney. BS

mayl pl. maylteeyn See mayle rent, rental, tribute: va dagh fer jeu son mayl y troar dy eeck thousane peesh dy argid. Bible; impost

mustyral assemble, assembling, muster: Keayrt ny ghaa dirree magh ny Manninee nyn 'oi as d'obb ad dy eeck red erbee, agh ve ny sidooryn er nyn mustyral dy ghoaill ny leeideilee as dy cheau ad ayns y Chashtal Rosien Dhoor

sodjey magh1 outermost, uttermost, farther afield, utter: Derrey vees oo erreish yn farling sodjey magh y eeck. DF

straneagh staggered: Bee ny costyssyn brash er nyn eeck liorish troggal y cheesh-ushtey dy straneagh, va coardit ec Tinvaal sy vlein nuy cheead jeig, kiare feed as nuy-jeig. BS

credit aaill; daayl: Trade rests upon credit - Ta'n dellal croghey er daayl. DF idiom; daill: Credit will have to be paid - Hig daill gys eeck. DF idiom; feeudys: It does him credit - S'mooar y feeudys da eh. DF idiom; (v.) credjal; cur argid rish, cur credjue da

due appee; cair: Obedience is due to the law - Ta biallys cair da'n leigh. JJK idiom; jeeragh; kiart; kyndagh rish; ry-heet; yn-eeck; cooie

fear aggle: I fear we shall have to pay for it afterwards - Ta aggle orrym dy nhegin dooin eeck er e son ny s'anmee. JJK idiom; (n.) atchim, sgoagh; (v.) goaill aggle roish: Tall though you are, I don't fear you - Ga s'liauyr t'ou, cha nel mee goaill aggle royd. JJK idiom

reward (v.) jiyltys, eeck; (n.) faill, toilchin, unnysup; sollaghey-laue; leagh: I shall reward you and your brother - Verym leagh diuish as da nyn mraar. JJK idiom; cur leagh da: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom

subscription (n.) co-rheynn, fo-screeuyn, tailley bleeaney; eeckys-oltey; eeck-olteynys; sheeyntoose: Take out a subscription to a paper - Sheeyntoose y ghoaill son pabyr naight. DF idiom

fegooish assee unharmed: Gow mayd er y raad-mooar: as my neem's as my vaase giu jeh dty ushtey, eisht eeck-ym er y hon: hem trooid rish my chosh, fegooish assee erbee sodjey. Bible

jannoo ny sloo diminish, lessen: agh she foays kiart y briwnys jeant ec Cormeyder y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit dy leodaghey liorish lieh-cheead sy cheead y cheesh ta goll er eeck ocsyn ta jannoo ny sloo na tree meeilley stoandey sy vlein. BS


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