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faarkey (=Ir. farraige, Sc.G. fairge) pl. faarkaghyn billow, breaker, large wave, ocean, sea, swell: denmys Jee yn thalloo chirrym Ooir; as chaglym cooidjagh ny ushtaghyn denmys eh Faarkaghyn Bible; (to) bathe, bathe in sea: shegin da niee e eaddagh, as faarkey eh hene ayns ushtey Bible [O.Ir. fairrge]


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Faarkey Baltagh (Yn) Baltic Sea

faarkey brisht lumpy sea

faarkey Ghalilee Sea of Galilee: hie eh reesht veih ardjyn Tyre as Sidon, as haink eh gys faarkey Ghalilee Bible

faarkey jiarg Red Sea: As neems soiaghey dty chagleeyn veihn faarkey jiarg eer gys faarkey ny Philistinee Bible

faarkey mooar 1 high seas, ocean, roller a: Ashdod lesh e baljyn-mooar as beg, Gaza as e baljyn-mooar as beg, gys awin Egypt, as y faarkey mooar, as y slyst echey Bible; 2 beachcomber

faarkey prashey brazen sea: As ny pillaryn prashey va ayns thie yn Chiarn, as ny binkyn, as y faarkey prashey Bible

faarkey sailjey salt sea: ren ny ushtaghyn va roie sheese lesh faarkey yn strah, dy jarroo yn faarkey sailjey, failleil, as chyrmaghey seose Bible

faarkey toanee toning bath

faarkey toshee head-sea, head sea

faarkey trome high sea

snaue faarkey sea bathing

Reayrt y Faarkey Ocean View

ocean (n.) faarkey, faarkey mooar

bathe2 (in sea) faarkey

bathe in sea (v.) (to) faarkey

brazen sea (n.) faarkey prashey

head sea (n.) faarkey toshee

head-sea (n.) faarkey toshee

high sea (n.) faarkey trome

high seas1 (npl.) faarkey mooar

large wave (n.) faarkey

lumpy sea (n.) faarkey brisht

sea bathing snaue faarkey

toning bath (n.) faarkey toanee

breaker (n.) faarkey, mooireerey, tonn vooar

Ocean View (n.) Reayrt y Faarkey

Sea of Galilee (n.) faarkey Ghalilee

Baltic Sea (n.) (Yn) Faarkey Baltagh; (Yn) Vooir Valtagh

beachcomber (n.) faarkey mooar, ronseyder traie, tonn vooar

billow booghey; faarkey; lhieeney; mooireerey; tonn; tonnaghtyn

Red Sea (n.) (The); (Yn) Vooir Ruy; faarkey jiarg

salt sea (n.) aarkey-sailjey; faarkey sailjey; keayn saljey

roller (n.) faarkey mooar, lhun, mooireerey, reader, rolleyder, rollian, rowleyder, rolley

leshyn with him: Yn faarkey she leshyn eh Bible

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

swell (v.) att, bolgey, gatt, lhoau, puissal, puissey; mooadaghey: Swell the crowd - Yn theay y vooadaghey. DF idiom; (n.) bock, fashanagh; faarkey; sogh

aarkey See faarkey (yn); (the) sea: Ta'n diunid gra, Cha vel eh aynym's: as ta'n aarkey gra, Cha vel eh mâryms. Bible

binkyn bases: As ny pillaryn prashey va ayns thie yn Chiarn, as ny binkyn, as y faarkey prashey Bible; benches; ranges: ny binkyn son siyn craie Bible

cistern cistern:Sy lhing echeysyn van cistern dy ghoaill ushtey, ayns combaase myr faarkey, er ny choodaghey lesh plateyn prashey. Apoc

corp as annym body and soul: Va ny cummaltee boght, tayrn veih ooir as faarkey cooid veg dy reayll dy cheilley corp as annym. Coraa

cruin mygeayrt round about: As kiongoyrt rish y stoyl-reeoil va faarkey dy ghless, goll-rish crystal: as ayns mean y stoyl-reeoil as cruin mygeayrt y stoyl-reeoil, va kiare beiyn lane dy hooillyn cheu-veealloo as cheu-chooylloo. Bible

fir-obbree workers: Nish va kuse dy Vanninee ayn, eeasteyryn, seyir-thie, as eirinee lesh fir-obbree elley, bailloo goll tessyn y faarkey dys America Dhoor

gleashaght (f.) drift, locomotion, motion, movement, play, stir up, move: yn faarkey as ooilley ny ta gleashaght ayn Bible; circulation

gyn earroo COMPARE dyn earroo countless, myriad, numberless, unnumbered: Myr shen tan faarkey mooar as feayn myrgeddin: ayn ta cretooryn snauee gyn earroo Bible

harrish y cheayn offshore, transmarine; (as country) ultramarine; over the sea: ta dty phlantyn er n'gholl harrish y cheayn, t'ad roshtyn gys eer faarkey Yazer Bible

hassoo2 (ny) unseated; upstanding; stood: van pobble chionney stiagh er dy chlashtyn goo Yee, as eh ny hassoo liorish faarkey Ghennesareth Bible

Keayn Twoaie (Yn); (The) North Sea: V'eh er ny insh dooin dy vel Mooir Hostyn (Yn Keayn Twoaie myr t'ad gra rish 'sy Vaarle), faarkey feer hrong agh cha vaik shin baatey elley erbee derrey rosh shin ny magheryn ooill. GK

scoaldee boiling hot, burning: tra t'eshyn snaue ta'n faarkey stermagh gatt as cloie myr ushtey scoaldee ayns y phot PC

strah (f.) pl. strahghyn level valley, plain, strath: As veih'n strah gys faarkey Cinneroth cheu-har Bible; flatness

strooh elephant's trunk, proboscis, snout: ass e veeal lhean, drillinyn d' aile spreih magh, as veih e stroanyn bodjallyn dy yaagh; magh er e strooh t'eh deayrtey faarkey slane PC

tayrn veih infer; draw from: Va ny cummaltee boght, tayrn veih ooir as faarkey cooid veg dy reayll dy cheilley corp as annym. Coraa

tonnagh billowy, undulating, undulatory, waved, waveswept, wavy, wave-swept: Yn faarkey glass tonnagh foin. DF

yeeast fish: tra t'eshyn snaue ta'n faarkey stermagh gatt as cloie myr ushtey scoaldee ayns y phot; jeh mirrilyn yn ooilley-niartal Jee 'sy diunid wooar, she'n yeeast mooar shoh yn ree. PC

beeal (=Ir. béal, Sc.G. beul, bial) pl. beill, beealyn approach, flue, passage, rim; outlet: As va'n faarkey-sailjey choud as beeal Yordan yn chagliagh har. Bible; mouth, muzzle: t'er vosley e beeal dy ghoaill fuill dty vraarey veih dty laue. Bible; rictus; meatus, orifice; cone, crater: vrish y lostey seose myr ass beeal Etna ny Vesuvius PC; unwritten; entrance [O.Ir. bél]

kiune (=Ir. ciúin) See kuine calm, composed, flat, pacific, quiescent, sedate, serene, still, tranquil, unruffled: As dirree eh, as smaghtee eh yn gheay, as dooyrt eh rish y faarkey, Gow fea, bee kiune: as ghow yn gheay fea, as va kiuney vooar ayn. Bible; Halcyon days

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