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eye1 (v.) jeeaghyn, scrial, sooilleragh; (n.) sooill: I gave him a black eye - Daag mee sooill ghoo er. DF idiom

eye2 (n.) (of needle) croae

eye3 (n.) (of storm) bun; moir y sterrym

Eye Isthmus


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bird's eye (Bot.) foillycan; foillican

bird's-eye primrose (n.) sumark slieau

bird's-eye view (n.) reayrt eeanlee

black eye (n.) sooill-ghoo

bull's eye (n.) fainey sthie; sooill ghlenney; sooill terriu

bull's-eye window (n.) uinnag chruinn; uinnag volganagh

compound eye (n.) yl-hooill

eye-browed thrush (n.) treshlen ghrouigagh

eye disease (n.) gorley sooilley

eye ointment (n.) shelliu sooilley

eye opener (n.) oyr yindys

eye patch (n.) duillag hooilley

eye shadow (n.) daah farvollee

eye strain sheeyney sooilley

eye tooth (n.) birrag

eye trouble chingys sooilley

eye witness (n.) feanish sooilley

fishy eye (n.) sooill voaddee

golden eye (n.) thunnag sooill airhey

magic eye (n.) sooill ghruaightagh

pheasant's eye (n.) lus ny ben-jee

Pope's eye (n.) fairaig ny lheshey

weather eye (n.) er dty hwoaie

apple of the eye (n.) clagh ny sooilley; ooyl ny sooilley

bull's eye lantern (n.) londeyr sooilley

film on the eye (n.) bodjal; fynney

flick of eye meekey

hook and eye (n.) dooan as croae

of an eye (gen.) sooilley: For his wrath endureth but the twinkling of an eye - Son cha vel e chorree farraghtyn agh meekey sooilley Bible

pupil of the eye (n.) kiarkyl ny sooilley

sleep in the eye (n.) goorlagh sooilley, quaaint

twinkling of an eye (n.) meekey ny sooilley

white of eye baneid ny sooilley

in the twinkling of an eye ayns glayst ny sooill

timber that fills the eye of the nether mill (n.) coob

Isthmus (n.) Eye

chingys sooilley (f.) eye trouble

daah farvollee eye shadow

duillag hooilley (f.) eye patch

fainey sthie (f.) bull's eye

feanish sooilley eye witness

foillican (Bot.) bird's eye

gorley sooilley eye disease

sheeyney sooilley eye strain

shelliu sooilley (f.) eye ointment

sooilleragh eye, glance, leer

sooill ghlenney (f.) bull's eye

sooill-ghoo black eye

sooill ghruaightagh (f.) magic eye

sooill terriu (f.) bull's eye

sooill voaddee (f.) fishy eye

yl-hooill (f.) compound eye

bull's-eye bolgan glenney

cat's-eye (n.) sooill chayt

cross-eye (n.) sooill cham

dead-eye (n.) croa-vlock

eye-dropper (n.) drigyder sooilley

eye-opener oyr yindys

moon-eye eayst-hooill cabbil

ox-eye (n.) neaynin mooar

tiger-eye (n.) sooill chayt

bolgan glenney bull's-eye

croa-vlock dead-eye

drigyder sooilley eye-dropper

eayst-hooill cabbil (f.) moon-eye

fairaig ny lheshey (f.) Pope's eye

foillycan (f.) (Bot.) bird's eye, germander; butterfly

lus ny ben-jee (f.) pheasant's eye

oyr yindys eye-opener, eye opener

quaaint sleep in the eye

reayrt eeanlee bird's-eye view

sooill cham (f.) cross-eye

sooill chayt (f.) cat's-eye, tiger-eye

sumark slieau (f.) bird's-eye primrose

thunnag sooill airhey (f.) golden eye

treshlen ghrouigagh (f.) eye-browed thrush

uinnag chruinn (f.) bull's-eye window

uinnag volganagh (f.) bull's-eye window

baneid ny sooilley white of eye

clagh ny sooilley (f.) apple of the eye, iris

dooan as croae hook and eye

goorlagh sooilley matter, sleep in the eye

kiarkyl ny sooilley pupil of the eye

londeyr sooilley bull's eye lantern, dark lantern

moir y sterrym (f.) (of storm) eye; storm centre

neaynin mooar dog daisy, marguerite, ox-eye

ayns glayst ny sooill in the twinkling of an eye

croae (f.) eyehole; (of needle) eye: Te ny sassey da camel goll trooid croae snaidey Bible

naked (adj.) glen-lhome, gyn eaddagh; (n., adj.) roosteenagh; rooisht: With the naked eye - Lesh yn tooill rooisht. DF idiom; lhome, lhome-rooisht; (npl.) roosteeyn

of a needle (gen.) snaidey: It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle - Te ny sassey da camel goll trooid croae snaidey Bible

test (v., n.) prowal; (adj.) prowallagh; (n.); prowaltys: Eye-sight test - Prowaltys-hilley. DF idiom; shlig

visible (adj.) er-fakin, fakinagh, reayrtyssagh, so-akin; ry-akin: Visible to the naked eye - Ry akin ec yn tooill. DF idiom

birrag (f.) (pl -yn) canine tooth, eye tooth, fang; skewer, spike: Yn lheeah-rio neesht myr sollan t'eh deayrtey er y thalloo, as tra te riojit, t'eh lhie er baare ny stakyn birragh. Apoc; Dutch rush, shave grass

bodjal pl. bodjallyn cloud, film on the eye, fog: As hie ad seose gys niau ayns bodjal Bible

coob (to a horse) call; felloe, inside of bend; timber that fills the eye of the nether mill

er dty hwoaie qui vive, weather eye: Jehsyn bee uss er dty hwoaie Bible; beware

fynney down, fur, pile; hair: er y chiaghtoo laa nee eh baarey ooilley e olt jeh e chione, as e aasaag as e volleeyn, eer ooilley yn slane fynney nee eh baarey jeh Bible; film on the eye [O.Ir. finna]

jeeaghyn behold, eye, look, looking, manifest, seeing, watch: Cre'n-fa ta shiu jeeaghyn y derrey yeh er y jeh elley? Bible; good looks

meekey blink, blinking; wink, flick of eye: T'eh meekey lesh e hooillyn Bible; flashing, flicker, twinkle; peep

meekey ny sooilley twinkling of an eye: erson gha vel u ghorri farraghyn agh migey ny suyly, as ayns yoer ta bae : fodi trymshey faraghtyn erson yi, agh ta bogey chiit ayns y voghre. Psalm1610

ooyl ny sooilley apple of the eye: fril mi mar uyll ny suily : falli mi fuo ska dthy skeanyn. Psalm1610

scrial descry, eye, scout: Cordail rish earroo ny laghyn, ayndoo va shiu scrial yn cheer Bible

sooill (=Ir. súil, Sc.G. sùil) (f.) 1 pl. sooillyn eye, eyepiece, ocellus a: bee'n sooill yesh echey doo dorraghey Bible; 2 (of strap) hole; 3 sheath of bud [O.Ir. súil]

sooilley (gen.) of an eye: Son cha vel e chorree farraghtyn agh meekey sooilley Bible

could oddagh: You could see that with half an eye - Oddagh oo fakin shen dy beagh oo doal. DF idiom; dod: As well as I could - Cha mie as dod mee. DF idiom; (interrog.) noddagh, voddagh: Could you lend me your pen? - Noddagh oo eeasaghey dou dty phenn? JJK idiom

know (v.) ennys; gennaghtyn; nione, nhione: Do you know the child with the blue eye? - Nhione diu yn lhiannoo ta sooillyn gorrym echey. JJK idiom; fys ec: I can't say anything that you do not already know - Cha n'oddym gra veg, nagh vel fys hannah ayd. JJK idiom; shione: I know it pretty well - Shione dou eh feer vie. JJK idiom; toig; shoyl; fys ec er: Therefore he knoweth their works - Shen-y-fa ta fys echey er nyn obbraghyn Bible; cur enney er: knowing that it was the Lord. - cur enney er dy nee eh van Chiarn Bible

scurvy (n.) brooan, brooan marrey, carragh, gorley carragh; taghys-chirrym: Or crookbackt, or a dwarf, or that hath a blemish in his eye, or be scurvy, or scabbed - Ny fer cruittagh, ny fer faase, ny fer cam-hooillagh, ny ta fo taghys-chirrym ny screbbagh Bible; brogan: Blind, or broken, or maimed, or having a wen, or scurvy, or scabbed - Doal, ny brisht, ny baccagh, ny lesh sheane, ny brogan, ny screb 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

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