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end1 (n.) arbyl, baare, bun, err, erree, jerrey, oirr; (v.) castey, cheet gy kione, cur gy kione, jannoo jerrey; kione: We shall soon be at our journey's end - Beemayd dy-gerrid ec kione nyn yurnaa. JJK idiom; (adj.) jerrinagh, s'jerree

end2 (n.) (of roof) feailley

end3 (n.) (of night) kinoie

end4 (n.) (of stack) feailley


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end to end (adj.) kione ry-cheilley; kione dys kione: From end to end of the ship - Veih kione dys kione jeh'n lhong. DF idiom

candle end (n.) bun cainle

Causeway End (n.) Kione Toccar

Dam End (n.) Kione Dam

dead end (gen.) kione kyagh

drooping end kione my laaee

East End (n.) Kione Hiar

End Creek (n.) Ennaug

End Croft (n.) Croit ny Bun

end play feayslid king

End Shieling (n.) Eary ny Gione

full end (n.) slane jerrey

gable end (n.) kione-gaabyl

Lake End (n.) Kione Lough

loose end (n.) kione skeaylt

lower end (n.) eeghtyragh, heese, kione heese

Meadow End (n.) Kione ny Lheannagh

Mountain End (n.) Kione Slieau

Mountain's End (n.) Kione Slieau

narrow end (n.) kione keyl

North End (n.) Kione Twoaie

Rampart End (n.) Kione Arragh

rope's end (n.) kione teaddey

Shore End (n.) Kione y Traie

Shrubbery End (n.) Kione ny Garee

Slope End (n.) Kione y Cleynaugh

small end (n.) kione keyl

south end (n.) kione jiass

Strand End (n.) Kione Traugh

Stream End (n.) Cass Strooan

tail end (n.) famman, fammanagh

tapered end (n.) kione keyl

Thick End (n.) Bun Roauyr

top end (n.) kione heose

West End (n.) Kione Heear

without end gyn kione: World without end - Seihll gyn kione. DF idiom; fegooish jerrey: Billowing evil for ages without end - Tonnaghtyn olk son eashyn fegooish jerrey. DF idiom

wits end kione y cheilley

Black Trench Bleach End (n.) Clash Doo Kione Thoar

Bridge Croft End (n.) Kione Croit y Droghad

Chasm End Castle (n.) Cashtal Kione ny Goagyn

Dun End Point (n.) Gob y Ching Ouyr

End of the Black Land (n.) Kione Dooag

End of the Flat (n.) Kione y Faaie

End of the Reef (n.) Kione y Sker

end of the rod (n.) baare y lorg

End of the Shore (n.) Kione y Traie

End of the Turbary (n.) Cass ny Moainee

end of the year (n.) kione ny bleeaney

from beginning to end veih toshiaght gys jerrey

Hill Ridge End (n.) Kione Cammal

Hill Side End (n.) Kione Lhiargee

in the end 'sy jerrey

Lake End Enclosure (n.) Close Kione Lough

Little Ford End (n.) Bun ny n'Aahan

on the end er y chione

Strand End River (n.) Awin Kione ny Traie

to the end gys y jerrey

world without end (n.) seihll gyn jerrey

Yellow Gorse End (n.) Cass Buigh Connee

to the end of the world gys jerrey yn theihll

kione keyl narrow end, small end, tapered end: Ta shen kione keyl ny jeenys. DF

kione ry-cheilley end to end

bun cainle candle end

Ennaug End Creek

err (=Ir. eirr and earr) end

feailley pl. feaillaghyn feast, festival, fête, holiday, Holy day, sacred: as nee shiu feailleyreayll dan Chiarn Bible; See feaylley (of roof) end; (of stack) end [L. Vigilia]

feayslid king end play

Kione Arragh Rampart End

Kione Dam Dam End

kione-gaabyl gable end

Kione Heear West End

Kione Hiar East End

kione kyagh dead end

Kione Lough Lake End

kione skeaylt loose end

Kione Slieau Mountain's End

kione teaddey rope's end

Kione Toccar Causeway End

Kione Traugh Strand End

butt-end1 (of oar) lhun

butt-end2 (n.) (of timber) sthock

by-end jerrey follit

end-thrust kione-seiy

fore-end (n.) kione toshee

top-end (n.) kione

up-end (v.) cur ny hassoo

Bun Roauyr Gansey, Thick End

Croit ny Bun End Croft

Eary ny Gione End Shieling

jerrey follit by-end

Kione Cammal Hill Ridge End

Kione Lhiargee Hill Side End

Kione ny Garee Shrubbery End

kione-seiy end-thrust

Kione y Cleynaugh Slope End

Kione y Traie Shore End

lhun butt-end; roller

woman's head (n.) kione y ven; south end

Awin Kione ny Traie Strand End River

Bun ny n'Aahan Little Ford End

Cashtal Kione ny Goagyn Chasm End Castle

Cass Buigh Connee Yellow Gorse End

Cass ny Moainee End of the Turbary

Cass Strooan Foot of the Stream, Stream End

Clash Doo Kione Thoar Black Trench Bleach End

Close Kione Lough Lake End Enclosure

fammanagh caudal, long-tailed, tailed, tail end, taillike

Gob y Ching Ouyr Dun End Point

Kione Croit y Droghad Bridge Croft End

Kione Dooag End of the Black Land

Kione ny Lheannagh Meadow End, Meadow Headland

Kione y Faaie End of the Flat

eeghtyragh low-built, low down, lower end, subaltern: Voish ooasle gys eeghtyragh. DF

erree end, fate: heeym cre'n erree hig orroo Bible

gyn kione endless, incessantly, limitless, pointless, without end: Seihll gyn kione. DF

kinoie (of night) end: Heeym oo kinoie mairagh ny kinoie nuyr. DF

kione toshee (of ship) bow; fore-end, leader, starting place

ages (npl.) eashyn: Billowing evil for ages without end - Tonnaghtyn olk son eashyn fegooish jerrey. DF idiom

extreme (n.) jerrey, chionn; kione: At the extreme end of the town - Ec kione y valley. DF idiom

hall (n.) halley: Upper end of a hall - Kione eaghtyragh jeh halley. DF idiom; thie mooar

I will see hee'm; heeym: I will see what their end shall be - heeym cren erree hig orroo Bible

pier (n.) calloo marrey, keay, peer; keiy: At the extreme end of the pier - Ec gob y cheiy. DF idiom

stories (npl.) loutyn; skeealyn: All stories end like that - Ta ooilley ny skeealyn cheet gy kione myr shen. DF idiom

arbyl (book) appendix; end, queue, slick, stern, tail: eshyn vees y chione, as uss yn arbyl Bible; (of whale) fluke; (of note) stem; (of dress) train [O.Ir. erball]

baare1 (=Ir. baar.) (f.) pl. bir apex, cap, climax, end, point, summit, tip, top: baare e vair y hummey ayns ushtey Bible; toe; (of wave) crest, curl; interval; ruin; bare; film on milk, surface

baare y lorg end of the rod: shen-y-fa heeyn eh magh baare y lorg v'echey ayns e laue, as hum eh eh ayns kere-volley, as hug eh e laue gys e veeal Bible

castey appease, assuage, beat back, censor, check, choke back, contain, counter, cure, defeat, end, hitch, inhibit, preclude, staunch, stave off, suppress; (as loan) freeze; cast out: teh castey drogh spyrrydyn Bible; throwing stones; cut off

cheet gy kione come to pass, development, draw on, end, evolve, finishing: hee shiu ny reddyn shoh cheet gy kione Bible

cur gy kione end: My ta yn duyne kerrit fiir chinn, eish nii yn sagyrt kian y hoyrt er y ghorliy ayns yn iynyd shoanoni. PB1610

cur ny hassoo pose, raise, stand, up-end, upend: Cur ny hassoo rish yn voalley. DF

famman (=Ir. feam, Sc.G. feaman) appendage, queue, tail, tail end: hyndaa eh ad famman ry amman Bible; (of note) stem; descender [O.Ir. femm]

gys jerrey yn theihll to the end of the world: ta mee mêriu kinjagh, eer gys jerrey yn theihll. Bible

gys y jerrey 1 aft; 2 to the end a: Ynsee dou, O Hiarn, raad dty lattyssyn: as freill-ym eh gys y jerrey Bible

heese (=Ir. thíos) 1 (static) beneath, down, downhill, hereafter, lower end, under a: v'ad juntit cooidjagh veih heese dy heose Bible; 2 (prices) knock-down

jannoo jerrey end, terminate: As goll sheese sheear gys coast Japhleti, gys coast yn Veth-horon heese, as gys Gezer; as jannoo jerrey ec yn aarkey. Bible; (debate) wind up

jerrey (=Ir. deireadh) (of cart) back; bottom, close, closing, closure, conclusion, effect, end, expiration, expiry, extreme, finale, finish, hinderpart, offal, rear, stern, termination, upshot: haink eh gy-kione ec jerrey ny bleeaney Bible

jerrinagh 1 absolute, belated, closing, concluding, conclusive, end, eventual, final, finalist, foregoing, hindmost, last, latter, rearmost, ultimate, up-to-the-minute, utmost a: ayns traa jerrinagh yn reeriaght oc Bible; 2 (of fruit) late

kione heese lower end: Hie Fenella gys cooyl dorraghey va kione heese yn thie as ghow ee toshiaght er na guessaghyn as ny obbeeyssyn. GB

kione heose top end: As hoie'n ree er e stoyl, myr v'eh cliaghtey, ec kione heose y vuird rish y voalley Bible

kione jiass south end: va kione y chagliagh ec baïe twoaie yn cheayn sailjey ec kione jiass Yordan Bible

kione my laaee descending, drooping end, headlong, slanting: Liorish jeeaghyn kione my laaee haink boirane er my chione DF

kione ny bleeaney end of the year: Kione ny bleeaney veh shooyl ayns thie-reeoil reeriaght Vabylon Bible

Kione Twoaie North End: Ta'n ard-valley er y clyst shiar jeh gagh ellan, agh ta gagh ard-valley ny s'niessey da'n kione jiass jeh'n ellan na'n kione twoaie. Dhoor

kione y cheilley 1 mixed together, through others, together: hug eh lesh mysh keead punt dy vyrrh as dy aloes kione y cheilley.; 2 wits end a: Dooinney ta ec kione y cheilley cha nel eh ec kione y credjue. EF

Kione y Clieau end of the mountain: As haink eh neose gys kione y clieau ta lhie jeeragh er coan mac Hinnom, as ta ayns glione ny foawir my-hwoaie Bible; Slea Head

Kione y Sker Conister, End of the Reef: Ta'n baatey chionn er Kione y Sker. DF

oirr (=Ir. oir) (m., f.) pl. oirryn border, brim, brink, butt, edge, edging, end, ledge, margin, rim, verge: hug eh jeih loobyn as da-eed rish oirr mooie ny curtanyn Bible [L. ora]

seihll gyn jerrey world without end: Roish my daink ny sleityn rish, ny rieau yn thalloo as y seihll er nyn groo: she uss Jee er-dy-rieau, as seihll gyn jerrey. PB1765

s'jerree See stierree aftermost, end, latest, last, up-to-the-minute: Mish y chied er as y fer s'jerree Bible

slane jerrey full end: Been slane cheer ny hraartys; ny-yeih cha jean-yms slane jerrey Bible

'sy jerrey 1 astern; 2 in the end a: Dy firrinagh hig eh dy mie lhiatsy jerrey Bible

veih toshiaght gys jerrey fore and aft; from beginning to end: Nee'm my hideyn er-meshtey lesh fuill, (as nee my chliwe feill my noidyn y stroie) as shen, lesh fuill ny merriu, as ny cappeeyn, veih toshiaght gys jerrey kerraghey er y noid. Bible

as soon as cha leah as: And as soon as she saw them with her eyes, she doted upon them - As cha leah as honnick ee ad lesh e sooillyn, va yn aigney eck soit orroo Bible; cha leahs: for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children - son cha leahs va Zion er-troailt, hug ee son y theihll e cloan. Bible; erreish da: as soon as Isaac had made an end of blessing Jacob - erreish da Isaac ver choyrt e vannaght da Jacob Bible

closed jeight: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end. - son ta ny goan jeight seose, as sealit, gys traa yn jerrey. Bible; (v.) ghooïn, ghooin: He closed the door after him - Ghooin eh y dorrys ny yei. DF idiom; dooint; doont: Road closed to motor traffic - Raad doont da gleashtanyn. DF idiom; yeigh: And he closed the book, and he gave it again to the minister - As yeigh eh yn lioar, as hug eh ee reesht dan chirveishagh Bible

everlasting beayn: he hath made with me an everlasting covenant - teh er nyannoo rhym conaant beayn Bible; bragh beayn; bragh farraghtyn; dy bragh: thou art from everlasting - tou uss veih dy bragh Bible; dy bragh farraghtyn: that they may receive you into everlasting habitations - dy vod ad shiu y ghoaill stiagh gys ny ynnydyn vaghee dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; er-dy-rieau: thou art God from everlasting; and world without end - she uss Jee er-dy-rieau, as seihll gyn jerrey Bible; foddey beayn: for an everlasting possession - son cummal foddey beayn Bible; gyn scuirr; kinjagh: by an everlasting covenant - liorish conaant kinjagh Bible; son dy bragh: For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is everlasting - Son tan Chiarn graysoil, ta e vyghin son dy bragh Bible; vees gy bragh

harlot (n.) ben oainjyr: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot - lurg kione three-feed as jeih bleeaney gow-ee Tyre arrane myr benoainjyr Bible; ben oainjyragh: Then went Samson to Gaza, and saw there an harlot - Eisht hie Samson gys Gaza, as honnick eh ayns shen ben oainjyragh Bible; co-lhiabbagh; streebagh: Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? - Kys by-lhoys da dellal rish y chuyr ain, myr rish streebagh? Bible; strumpag: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - As cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

our (pron) ain, ainyn: We shall soon have forgotten all our French - S'gerrid bee ooilley nyn Vrangish jarroodit ain. JJK idiom; ar; nar; nyn: We shall soon be at our journey's end - Beemayd dy-gerrid ec kione nyn yurnaa. JJK idiom

spoiler (n.) cragheyder: the extortioner is at an end, the spoiler ceaseth - tan chenjagh ec kione, tan cragheyder harrish bible; milleyder; spooilleyder: be thou a covert to them from the face of the spoiler - bee uss scaa dauesyn veih eddin y spooilleyder Bible; roosteyr: for the spoiler shall suddenly come upon us - son hig y roosteyr doaltattym orrin Bible

bun (=Ir. bun) author, basis, details, origin, original, prime, principle, raw material, stem, stool: as vrish eh ad ec bun y clieau Bible; derivation, explanation, interpretation, meaning: dinsh shin da, as hug eh bun dooin er ny dreamalyn ain Bible; (of storm) eye, heart, root cause; base, bottom, foot, root, foundation, source, sole, underneath; end; dope, news; stump: va kione Dagon as e ghaa laue brisht jeh er sole y dorrys; cha row agh bun Dagon er-mayrn Bible; butt

er y chione ahead; on the head: Eshyn ta keiltyn e stoyr arroo, nee yn pobble gwee mollaght er: agh bee bannaght er y chione echeysyn ta dy chreck eh. Bible; on the end: As jean un cherub er y derrey chione as cherub er y chione elley Bible

kione (=Ir., Sc.G. ceann) pl. king bottom, closing, dyke, extreme, extremity, point, point of argument, poll; head, headland, top, top-end: Lhig da lhie er kione Yoab Bible; close, end, finish, termination: As tra vees dty laghyn ec kione Bible; chief, ringleader, tribune: tou er my reayll dy ve kione ny ashoonyn Bible; (of flower) top; (adv.) (y) apiece; mixed with; leading; (with expressions of time) after, in, within: As ec kione shey laa, ghow Yeesey Peddyr, as Jamys, as Ean e vraar, as hug eh lesh ad er-lheh seose er slieau ard Bible [O.Ir. cend]

sthock 1 pl. sthockyn butt-end, chimney stack, foot of bed, livestock, pack of cards, post, scape, winter store, stem; 2 stock a: hug eh eh ayns ny sthockyn va liorish ard-yiat Venjamin Bible

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