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enough dy liooar: It isn't black enough - Cha nel eh doo dy-liooar. JJK idiom; s'liooar


Inexact matches:

often enough mennick dy liooar

right enough kiart dy liooar

Thats enough (intj) Sliooar shen

time enough traa dy liooar

well enough mie dy liooar

enough to cover palm basslagh

plenty big enough kiart mooar dy liooar

evident (adj.) leayr: It is evident to me - S'leayr dou. DF idiom; plain; baghtal: It is evident enough - T'eh baghtal dy liooar. DF idiom; cronnal: It is evident enough - T'eh cronnal dy liooar. DF idiom

Sliooar shen Thats enough

kiart mooar dy liooar plenty big enough

chin (n.) smeg, smeggin; smeggyl: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. 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

clearance1 (n.) chiarrey, glenney, shiaulley; scoip: There is not enough clearance under the bridge - Cha nel scoip dy liooar dy gholl fo'n droghad. DF idiom

come2 (v.) (to); (dy) heet: But you'll have time enough to come and see my garden - Agh bee traa dy-liooar eu dy heet fakin my gharey. JJK idiom

cream1 bane-ouyr, bane-wuigh; barrag; key: You haven't cream enough - Cha nel key dy-liooar eu. JJK idiom; eaghtyr y vainney; chiulagh; (v.) cur barrag er, goaill yn key jeh, jannoo key

lather (n.) barrag; kesh, kesh heeabin; (v.) keshal, sheeabinaghey; cur barrag er: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. JJK idiom

much more foddey ny smoo; foddey smoo: The people bring much more than enough for the service of the work - Tan pobble coyrt lhieu foddey smoo ny ta ymmyrchagh son shirveish yn obbyr Bible

natural (adj.) dooghyssagh: It's natural enough - T'eh dooghyssagh dy liooar. DF idiom; dooie, feie, najooragh

salted saillit; saillt: Do you think it's salted enough? - Vel shiu smooinaghtyn dy vel ee saillt dy-liooar? JJK idiom

sea (n.) faarkey; Juan Gorrym; keayn: The whole fleet is at sea - Ta'n slane flod er y cheayn. JJK idiom; mooir: Is the sea not calm enough? - Nagh vel y vooir kiune dy-liooar? JJK idiom; cheayn; muir; (the); (yn) aarkey; (gen.) marrey

whoever (pron) quoi erbee; quoi-erbee: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom

basslagh double handful, enough to cover palm, palmful: As der shiu orrym's dy ve beg soit jee'm mastey my phobble son basslagh dy oarn, as son greme dy veer, dy stroie ny anmeenyn Bible

dy liooar (=Ir leor) adequate, ample, enough, galore, sufficient, umpteen: Ta mee er chlashtyn dy liooar jeh'n ghlare shoh Bible

kiart dy liooar OK, right enough: Va speeideilys dy liooar oc, kiart dy liooar. Carn

mennick dy liooar not uncommonly, often enough: As er y fa dy vel coonseilee oc hene nish, ta'n creeaght as daanys shen goll er croo mastey'n phobble mennick dy liooar nish. Carn

mie dy liooar OK, well enough: Agh dooyrt fer yn thie dy beagh ad mie dy liooar as vrie eh jeh Shoanie c'red v'eh coontey jeh shen GB; goodish: Smooinee mee dy row ad mie dy liooar. Dhoor

s'liooar enough: as dooyrt eh roo, Caddil-jee nish, as gow-jee nyn vea: s'liooar eh, ta'n oor er jeet Bible

traa dy liooar time enough: Neemayd gee beggan, agh cha nel traa dy liooar ain son ram bee. Dhoor

foolish (adj.) blebbinagh, bolvaneagh, meecheayllagh, neuhushtagh, sou-cheeayllagh; ommijagh: My uncle isn't foolish enough to believe that - Cha nel my naim ommijagh dy-liooar dy chredjal (eh) shen. JJK idiom; ommidjagh: Take it, it would be foolish not to - Gow eh, veagh ommidjagh gyn goaill eh. DF idiom

save1 baccey; cheumooie jeh, er-lhimmey jeh; spaarail, storail, tashtey; saue; cheumooie; sauail: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom

won't be cha bee: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) nagh bee: Won't they have the courage? - Nagh bee yn chreeaght oc? JJK idiom

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