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eunyssagh delectable, delicious, delightful, enchanting, pleasant, rapturous: ta ooilley ny nheeghyn eunyssagh ain er nyn goyrt naardey Bible; (n.) pleasure-seeker

Inexact matches:

Eayn Eunyssagh Lamb of Delight

naightyn eunyssagh good tidings

delectable (adj.) eunyssagh: and their delectable things shall not profit - as cha bee couyr ny cooney ayns ny reddyn eunyssagh oc Bible; taitnyssagh

delicious (adj.) ard-vlastal; eunyssagh

delightful (adj.) boggoil; eunyssagh, taitnyssagh

pleasure-seeker (n.) eunyssagh

rapturous (adj.) ard-eunyssagh; eunyssagh

ecstatic (adj.) ard-eunyssagh, ard-voggeysagh

Lamb of Delight (n.) Eayn Eunyssagh

ard-eunyssagh ecstatic, rapturous

enchanting (adj.) druiaghtagh, eunyssagh, oalyssagh, taitnyssagh; obbee: Doesn't he admire these enchanting sounds? - Nagh vel eh cur yindys er ny sheeanyn obbee shoh? JJK idiom

good tidings (npl.) naightyn mie: thinking to have brought good tidings - smooinaghtyn dy row eh cheet lesh naightyn mie Bible; slane imraa; naightyn bannee; naightyn eunyssagh; coontey mie

pleasant (adj.) ennoil, eunyssagh; pleasal; taitnyssagh: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom; s'taitnyssagh

barb cruel, drastic, rough, sharp, unrefined: Gahghyn barb aileagh, cliwenyn birragh gyere, as shleiyghyn nieunagh slental trooid yn aer va nish ry-akin; yn rheam eunyssagh sollit lesh moyrn as noidys eulyssa PC; javelin, sharp point

carallyn carols: goaill arrane dy voylley ard, carallyn eunyssagh, as psalmyn millish, kiaull ving flaunyssagh hood's Ooilley-niartal PC

psalmyn psalms: dy voylley ard, carallyn eunyssagh, as psalmyn millish, kiaull ving flaunyssagh hood's PC

scansh (f.) consequence, importance, moment, momentousness, regard, respect: Dy jarroo cha ren ad scansh jeh'n cheer eunyssagh shen Bible

veen dear: Cre cha eunyssagh ta dty ghraih, my huyr, my ven veen ! Bible


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