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evening1 (n.) fastyr: The lady I was speaking to has invited me for this evening - Yn ven-seyr rishyn va mee loayrt, t'ee er chuirrey mee son yn astyr jiu. JJK idiom; fastyragh

evening2 (n.) (after dark) oie

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evening dress (n.) coamrey fastyragh; coamrey oie; cullee fastyragh; eaddagh fastyragh; gooyn oie

evening gown (n.) goon-oie

evening grosbeak (n.) gobbagh-mooar fastyragh

evening meal (n.) mrastyr

evening prayer (n.) padjer fastyr

evening prayers (npl.) aspyrt

evening primrose (n.) lus y cheeiragh

evening school (n.) scoill oie

Evening Star (n.) (The) Rollage yn Astyr

evening twilight coneeagh; keeiragh

evening just before dark (n.) beeal ny hoie, fastyr beg, keeiraght ny h-oie; (yn) cheerid

coamrey fastyragh evening dress

coamrey oie evening dress

coneeagh evening twilight

cullee fastyragh (f.) evening dress

eaddagh fastyragh evening dress

gobbagh-mooar fastyragh evening grosbeak

goon-oie evening gown

cheerid (yn) evening just before dark

gooyn oie evening dress, nightdress

aspyrt vespers; evening prayers [L. vesperus]

beeal ny hoie evening just before dark, nightfall

fastyragh afternoon, evening, late in the day, vesperal

keeiraght ny h-oie evening just before dark

lus y cheeiragh (f.) evening primrose, night-scented stock

Rollage yn Astyr (f.) (The) Evening Star; Hesperus

scoill oie (f.) evening school, night school

padjer fastyr evening prayer: Padjer Fastyr son Lught thie. CS

chill feayght; (v.) feayraghey; feayraght: I have a chill - Ta feayraght aym. DF idiom; fynnyraght: The chill of the evening - Fynnyraght yn laa. DF idiom

listeners (npl.) clashtynee: Good evening listeners, this is Manx radio - Fastyr mie, chlashtynee, er hoh Radio Vannin. DF idiom

radio (v.) cur er y radio; (n.) radio: Good evening listeners, this is Manx radio - Fastyr mie, chlashtynee, er hoh Radio Vannin. DF idiom

walnut tree (n.) billey galchro: Yesterday evening this large walnut tree fell down - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. JJK idiom

fastyr (=Ir. feascar) afternoon, evening, from noon to darkness, postmeridian, vesper: woaill David ad veih brishey'n laa gys fastyr laa-ny-vairagh Bible [L. vesper]

fastyr beg evening just before dark: Va shen tra va mee gynsaghey Gaelg ayns 'The Ship' ayns Balley Cashtal, dagh fastyr beg Jerdein. Dhoor

keeiragh darkish, dusky, evening twilight, gloaming, nightfall, twilight: Va fastyr geuree keeiragh ayn. CL

mrastyr afternoon snack, evening meal: Va Barrantee y Valley Rhumsaa er chuirrey shin gys mrastyr ec y Thie-oast Baie Rhumsaa. Coraa

oie (=Ir. oíche, Sc.G. oidhche) (f.) pl. oieghyn 1 eve, night, night season, night time, nocturnal a: as y dorraghys denmys eh Oie Bible; 2 (after dark) evening [O.Ir. adaig]

charming (adj.) druaightagh, obbee; pishagagh: It's a charming evening - She fastyr pishagagh t'ayn. JJK idiom; stoamey: What a fine river ! Its banks are so charming, its waters so limpid - Cre'n awin stoamey! Ta e brooinyn cha pishagagh, e hushtaghyn cha sullyr. JJK idiom; (n.) buitcheraght, druaightys, obbeeys

more fierce (comp./sup.) s'chenney: And they were the more fierce - As vad wheesh shen schenney er Bible; (ny) sbarbagh: Their horses also are swifter than the leopards, and are more fierce than the evening wolves - Ta ny cabbil oc neesht ny sbieau na ny leopardyn, as ny sbarbagh na moddee-oaldey Bible


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