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fair1 (adj.) aalin: Fair is that woman! - S'aalin y ven shen! JJK idiom; stoamey; bane, glen, mie; cairagh, cossyllagh, dy corrym, jonnick; (n.) margey: Our annual fair will be to-morrow fortnight - Bee nyn margey bleeanagh kegeesh mairagh. JJK idiom; preaban

fair2 (adj.) (of hair) fynn

fair3 (adj.) (intensive) jiarg


Inexact matches:

Christmas fair (n.) margey-Nollick

fair copy (n.) aascreeuyn glen

fair exchange (n.) coonrey corrym

Fair Field (n.) Magher Aalin

fair headed buigh

Fair Isle (n.) Ellan ny Geyrragh

fair sex (n.) mraane, dooghys aalin

fair weather (n.) emshir aalin: Fair weather and heat coming - Emshir aalin cheet as chiass. DF idiom; emshir vie

rag fair (n.) margey shenn eaddeeyn

Tynwald Fair (n.) Feailley Tinvaal, Margey Keeill Eoin

Vanity Fair (n.) Margey yn Ardailys

Close of the Fair (n.) Close Ffere

continental craft and food fair (n.) margey keird as bee ass y çheer vooar

fair and square jeeragh; kiart as corrym

Hill of the Fair (n.) Cronk y Vargee

Office of Fair Trading (n.) Oik Dellal Cairagh

fynn (=Ir. fionn) blond, blonde, pure white: Caillin fynn-vane. DF; (of hair) fair; (skin) fair; cataract: T'eh fynn-hooillagh. DF; sprite [O.Ir. finn]

aascreeuyn glen fair copy

coonrey corrym fair exchange

dooghys aalin fair sex

Feailley Tinvaal Tynwald Fair

Magher Aalin Fair Field

margey-Nollick Christmas fair

fair-headed buigh

fair-minded (adj.) coar; neuchleaynt

fair-mindedness (n.) coarid

fair-sized lieh-vooar; mooar dy liooar

fair-spoken jesh-loayrtagh

Ellan ny Geyrragh (m., f.) Fair Isle

jesh-loayrtagh articulate, fair-spoken, silver-tongued

margey shenn eaddeeyn rag fair

Margey yn Ardailys Vanity Fair

Close Ffere Close of the Fair

Cronk y Vargee Hill of the Fair

jonnick (as behaviour) correct; fair: Cha nel shen jonnick. DF

lieh-vooar fair-sized, good-sized, medium sized, moderate-sized

neuchleaynt candid, dispassionate, fair-minded, open-minded, unprejudiced

Oik Dellal Cairagh Office of Fair Trading

coarid affability, decency, fair-mindedness, good nature, kindliness

cossyllagh fair, mediocre, middling, passable, presentable, pretty well, so-so: Ta mee cossyllagh. DF

dy corrym adequately, equally, evenly, fair, steadily: Dy chloie dy corrym. DF

emshir aalin (f.) fair weather: Saillym dy beagh yn emshir aalin. JJK

emshir vie (f.) fair weather, good weather: S'cosoylagh vees emshir vie ayn. DF

kiart as corrym fair and square, right and equal

margey keird as bee ass y çheer vooar continental craft and food fair

annual bleeanagh: Our annual fair will be to-morrow fortnight - Bee nyn margey bleeanagh kegeesh mairagh. JJK idiom; bleinoil, bleeanoil; bleintag; (n.) lioar vleeaney, lioar-vleinoil

colours (npl.) daaghyn, daahyn; cullyryn: I will lay thy stones with fair colours - neems layal dty chlaghyn dy chullyryn aalin Bible

exchange co-cheaghley; co-cheaghlid; coonree; coonrey: Fair exchange - Coonrey corrym. DF idiom and Joseph gave them bread in exchange for horses - as hug Joseph arran daue ayns coonrey, son cabbil Bible; maylart; maylartagh; maylartane; maylartey

July (n.) Jerrey Souree: Tynwald Fair is held on the fifth of July - Ta Margey Keeill Eoin cummit yn wheiggoo laa jeh Jerrey Souree. JJK idiom; Mee s'jerree yn touree; Mee Vuigh

woman (n.) ben: there came a woman having an alabaster box of ointment - haink ben as box alabaster dy ooil eck Bible; (the); (y) ven: How fair that woman is! - Nagh aalin y ven shen! JJK idiom

bane (=Ir. bán) COMPARE fynn blank, blond, blonde, fair, pallid, white: yeeagh mee, as cur-my-ner, cabbyl bane Bible; (as ground) fallow, unbroken, untilled; desolate [O.Ir. bán]

cairagh fair, impartial, just, proper: va Noah ny ghooinney cairagh as ynrick ayns e heelogheyn Bible; justifiable, justly

glen (=Ir. glan) 1 chaste, clean, cleanse, clear, clear-cut, cloudless, downright, emphatic, fair, fresh-coloured, hygienic, peremptory, pure, sheer, to a T, undefiled, unpolluted, liquidate a: ghow eh jeh dagh baagh glen, as jeh dagh eean glen Bible; 2 (of refusal) flat; 3 (of vision) unclouded; 4 nett

margey pl. margaghyn emporium, fair, market, mart: Myrgeddin va resoonaghtyn ayn, margey ellynyn, brastyllyn rinkey as shooill lesh shilley er Crosh Noo Piran as e Cheeill. Carn; treaty

Margey Keeill Eoin Tynwald Fair: Ta Margey Keeill Eoin cummit yn wheiggoo laa jeh Jerrey Geuree. JJK

mie (=Ir. maith, mál) (adj.) fair, favourable, good, goodly, moral, nice, pious, ready, virtuous: Ta dooinney mie erreeishagh Bible; benefit, goodness, virtue [O.Ir. maith]

mraane (=Ir. mná) (f.) fair sex, ladies, womanhood, womankind, women, womenfolk: haink ad chammah deiney as mraane Bible; wives: As ghow ad ny inneenyn oc dy ve son mraane daue Bible

preaban circus, fair, fairground, hippodrome; demesne, patch, piece of land, plot: T'eh credjal dy lhisagh Preaban Peveril goll er lhiasaghey myr ynnyd ghialdynagh. BS

stoamey curvaceous, dashing, fair, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, personable, shapely: hoie eh magh er e hon shamyr stoamey Bible; (person) well-formed, large-breasted, well-proportioned; fine; stately; smasher; goodly; comely

damsel (n.) ben aeg: And the damsel was very fair to look upon - As van ven aeg feer aalin dy yeeaghyn urree Bible; caillin; caillin aeg; doodee; inneen; inney-veyl; moidyn: If a damsel that is a virgin be betrothed unto an husband - My vees ben aeg ta ny moidyn nasht rish sheshey bible

goodly (adj.) menoyr: A green olive tree, fair, and of goodly fruit - Billey-olive glass, aalin, as lesh mess menoyr Bible; menoyragh, mie, mieyssagh; ooasle: I have a goodly heritage - ta aym eiraght ooasle Bible; stoamey: And Joseph was a goodly person - as va Joseph ny phersoon stoamey, as feer aalin. Bible; aalin: and when she saw him that he was a goodly child - as tra honnick ee dy row eh ny lhiannoo aalin Bible

aalin (=Ir. álainn) beautiful, fair, handsome, splendid: Dy vaik mec Yee inneenyn gheiney dy row ad aalin. Bible; pretty; lovely; comely: Va enn eu er Paquette, inney-veyl waagh y ven- çhiarn onneragh ain: ayns ny roihaghyn ecksh vlasht mee er eunyssyn pargys, ren cur orrym yn torçhagh iurinagh ta shiu fakin mee goll er gee CnyO; goodly; well favoured [OIr. álaind]

buigh 1 See bwee fair headed, fair-headed a: cur-my-ner, my te, ayns shilley, ny sdiuney nan chrackan, as fynney buigh thanney ayn Bible; 2 jaundiced, sallow, tan; 3 yellow: ceaghlit myr shoh, er skianyn buigh myr airh getlagh gys yrjey, lheie ad ersooyl 'syn aer PC; 4 dun [O.Ir. buide]

coar (=Ir. cóir) (f.) 1 crane a: Myr eean coar, ny gollan-geayee Bible; 2 (for rope) twister; 3 (adj.) acquiescent, affable, approachable, decent, easy-going, fair-minded, indulgent, inoffensive, kindly, nice, obliging, over, easygoing: Dooinney coar DF; 4 benign; 5 civil [O.Ir. corr]

jeeragh (=Ir. díreach) candid, direct, downright, due, erect, fair and square, faithful, forthcoming, frank, honest, just, lineal, outright, outspoken, partly done, perfect, plumb, point-blank, right, rigid, sincere, straight, straightforward, strict, true, undeviating, unequivocal, unerring, unsophisticated, unswerving, upright: t'eh jannoo my raad jeeragh Bible [O.Ir. díriuch]

jiarg (=Ir. dearg) COMPARE ruy bloodshot, florid, glowing, gules, live, red, rouge, ruddy, sanguine, stark: As hrog ad veih'n aarkey jiarg: as ren ad campal ayns faasagh Sin. Bible; burning: As hie eh magh veih Pharaoh ayns jiarg chorree. Bible; (intensive) fair; (as land) turned; abandoned [O.Ir. derg]

mooar dy liooar fair-sized, mickle: As cha row yn cheer mooar dy liooar dy nyn rere, daue dy chummal cooidjagh; son va mooarane cooid oc, myr shen nagh voddagh ad cummal dy cheilley. Bible

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