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ennal (=Ir. anail) (f.) breath, wind: s'coan va ennal faagit aynym Bible [O.Ir. anál]


Inexact matches:

aaghoostey ennal artificial respiration

ass ennal blown, breathless, puffed, puffy: Ta mee roit ass ennal. DF

brishey ennal (yn); (the) heaves

cullee ennal (f.) breathing apparatus

ennal ard (f.) heavy breathing

ennal hrome (f.) heavy breathing

ennal vreinn (f.) halitosis

fo'n ennal sotto voce: ghooin ee e laueyn ry cheilley as dooyrt ee, She myr sannish-feayslee fo'n ennal eck. BS

girrid ennal breathlessness

gyn ennal breathlessly: Yn shilley echey ta dy chleayney ommydanyn dy ve jollyssagh ny-yeï, as myr shen tad geearree co-chaslys jalloo marroo, gyn ennal. Apoc

sheid ennal breathe: Tar veih ny kiare geayghyn, O ennal, as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh, dy vod ad ve bio. Bible

tayrn ennal (=Ir. tarraing anàla) breathe, breathing, respiration, respire: V'ee cliaghtey goaill jaagh jannoo ymmyd jeh thombaghey breinnagh ennagh veih'n Rank as va'n jaagh cha chiu as nagh row mee abyl tayrn ennal ny keayrtyn. Dhoor; gasp

towl ennal airport, spiracle

bwoalley yn ennal ass (as person) wind

ennal y hayrn (to) take breath

lhiggey magh ennal exhalation, exhale, expiration, expire

tayrn ennal reesht again respire; draw breath: Fy yerrey va'n astan currit gy baase as va ooilley'n cheshaght tayrn ennal reesht. CJ

tayrn ennal vrisht (of horse) heave

tayrn stiagh ennal inhalation, inspire, inspiration

breathe (v.) ennalaghey, sheidey, tayrn ennal; sheid ennal: and breathe upon these slain, that they may live - as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh, dy vod ad ve bio Bible

heavy breathing (n.) ennal ard, ennal hrome

respire (v.) tayrn ennal, tayrn ennal reesht

breath (n.) ennal: There's not a breath of air - Cha nel ennal aer ayn. JJK idiom; ennalagh; soar

breathing (v.) ennalagh; tayrn ennal: He is breathing heavily - T'eh tayrn ennal dy trome. DF idiom

artificial respiration (n.) aaghoostey ennal

breathless (adj.) ass ennal

breathlessly (adv.) gyn ennal

breathlessness (n.) girrid ennal, jee-ennalys

halitosis (n.) drogh-ennal; ennal vreinn

heave3 (v.) (of horse) tayrn ennal vrisht

heaves (n.) (the); (yn) brishey ennal

inhalation (n.) tayrn stiagh ennal

puffed (adj.) ass ennal; sheidit

respiration (n.) tayrn ennal

spiracle (n.) towl ennal

ve bio live: Tar veih ny kiare geayghyn, O ennal, as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh, dy vod ad ve bio. Bible

breathing apparatus (n.) cullee ennal, ennalaghey

expiration (n.) jerrey, lhiggey magh ennal

take breath (v.) (to) ennal y hayrn

unbreathable do-ennal

wind3 (v.) (as person) bwoalley yn ennal ass

do-ennal unbreathable

drogh-ennal (f.) halitosis

airport (n.) magher-etlee; purt aer; towl ennal

draw breath again (v.) tayrn ennal reesht

exhalation (n.) bree; druightys; lhiggey magh ennal; smoghan

exhale (v.) cur smoghan jeh; gaalaghey; lhiggey magh ennal

expire (v.) cheet gys jerrey, lhiggey magh ennal, mooghey

gasp (n.) scred; (v.) scredey; osnaghey; tayrn ennal; soutaghey

inspire (v.) breaghey; cur ardsmooinaght da; tayrn stiagh ennal

puffy (adj.) ass ennal, bolgagh, puissagh, readanagh, sheebagh

sotto voce (adv.) dy injil; fo'n ennal

inspiration (n.) ardsmooinaght, breeaghys, eginaghey yn spyrryd; tayrn stiagh ennal

ayndiuish in you: ver-yms er ennal dy gholl stiagh ayndiuish Bible

blest (of wind) blast; draught, gust: ec blest ennal dty yymmoose Bible

roit ass stale, run out: Ta mee roit ass ennal. DF

blast1 bleastey; bleaystey; blestal; osney; dorrin, readan, sheeb, sheebane; blest: at the blast of the breath of his nostrils - ec blest ennal e yymmoose Bible

blown ass ennal; cayrnit; chionnit; feddanit; lhieent; millit; sheidit; er ny heidey: Shall a trumpet be blown in the city - Bee trumpet er ny heidey ayns yn ard-valley Bible; er ny hellym

wherein (adv.) ayn: to destroy all flesh, wherein is the breath of life - dy stroie dy-chooilley eill, ayn tan ennal y vea Bible; raad: the land wherein thou art a stranger - yn cheer raad tou dty yoarree Bible

wind1 (n.) ennal; geay: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (v.) cassey, togher, troggal

astan (f.) (pl -yn) eel: Fy yerrey va'n astan currit gy baase as va ooilley'n cheshaght tayrn ennal reesht. CJ

breinnagh smelly person; smelly: V'ee cliaghtey goaill jaagh jannoo ymmyd jeh thombaghey breinnagh ennagh veih'n Rank as va'n jaagh cha chiu as nagh row mee abyl tayrn ennal ny keayrtyn. Dhoor

caillinyn bodies: va caillinyn aegey as nyn minnagh giarit assdoo tayrn nyn ennal s'jerree CnyO

chentag (f.) firework: 'Sy Chorn ta'n cloie bentyn rish skeeal Noo Shorys as yn Dragon-as t'eh er yn Dragon lhiggey magh ennal, as plooghane veih chentag loshtit ayn! Dhoor

freiltagh relic: Cre'n recortys na cre'n freiltagh jeh'n Hiarn Beeagh gys traa ry-heet, agh ennal follym As fouaghyn jeh ourys? Dhoor

guinn y vaaish pain of death: As dooyrt eh rhym reesht, Shass, ta mee guee ort, orrym, as marr mee ass y raad; son ta mee ayns guinn y vaaish, ga dy vel ennal foast aynym. Bible

lheim mygeayrt jump about: T'eh cur magh yn ennal ass e veeal myr strooanyn aile, as myr smarageyn aile lheim mygeayrt. Bible

merriu dead men, departed souls: as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh Bible; (the) dead; departed

spice pl. spiceyn spice: as soar millish dty ennal roish bree dy chooilley spice s'blaystal Bible

blast5 (of wind) blest: at the blast of the breath of his nostrils - ec blest ennal e yymmoose Bible; fowaney; sheidey: And with the blast of thy nostrils the waters were gathered together - As ec sheidey dty yymmoose va ny ushtaghyn er nyn jaglym dy cheilley Bible

sheidey seose balloon, inflate, puff; kindle: T'eh sheidey seose aile lesh e ennal, as ta bree aileagh goll magh er e veeal.; blow up: va ny meoiryn-shee geearree soilshaghey magh y vreag dy row Mnr Thomas goaill ayrn, ayns faghtys neu-speeideilagh ry-hoi sheidey seose reddyn lesh bleaystanyn ayns Bretin as Sostyn. Carn

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