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far foddey: Far off - Foddey ass shoh. DF idiom; er-foddey


Inexact matches:

by far (adv.) rish foddey

far afield (adv.) foddey ersooyl; foddey voish y valley

far away foddey ersooyl; foddey jeh: A friend with you is better than a brother far away - Ta carrey liorts ny share na braar foddey jeh. DF idiom

far between foddey veih my cheilley

Far Croft (n.) Croit Hoal

Far East (n.) (The); (Y) Niar Foddey

Far Flat (n.) Faaie Hoal

far flung foddey skeaylt; foddey-lheeadagh

Far Marsh (n.) Curragh Hoal

far off 'sy yioyn

far-reaching change caghlaa mooar

from far 'sy yioyn

How far (interrog.) Cre choud: How far have we to learn? - Cre choud shegin dooin ynsagh? JJK idiom

so far (adv.) choud cheddin; hug shoh

this far choud's shoh

thus far (adv.) derrey shoh; foast

daunse far-eddin masked ball, masquerade

dullish far-ushtey (f.) broad-leaved pondweed

far-chrackan killag cell membrane

far-chrackan plasmagh plasma membrane

far-eddin cloie (f.) masque

far-eddin gas (f.) gasmask

far-eddin vaaish (f.) death mask

far folt toupee, wig

far genmys nickname

far hooill (f.) cast, ocellus

Far Lagg Upper Hollow

far lheiy mooncalf

far vreck spent trout

fo far-scaa canopied

jyst far-rollageagh satellite dish

Rheynn Far-Oltyn Prosthesis Department

shenn far-ven battle-axe

taitnys far-ynnydagh vicarious pleasure

uinnag far-ghorrys (f.) transom window

far and wide (adv.) foddey as gerrid

far in the remoteness of foddey 'sy yoin

Far Marsh Meadow (n.) Lheannee Curragh Hoal

co-ghlooder far ushtey fresh water condenser

cur far-eddin er mask

daunseyr far eddin masquerader

far fer lhee quack

far veeal rauney walrus moustache

fillym far-skeeal sheanse science fiction film

jannoo far chloie foul

jannoo far-yalloo jeh caricature

caricature (n.) far-yalloo; (v.) jannoo far-yalloo jeh

far-ven (f.) (Myth.) amazon; virago: T'ee ny shenn far-ven. DF; mistress

far-ynnydagh vicarious: Taitnys far-ynnydagh. DF

'sy yioyn from far, far off: t'ad er-chea foddey 'sy yioyn Bible

far-ennym alias, cognomen, nickname, pronoun, pseudonym: Nee far-ennym da Jacob? Bible

foddey ersooyl far afield, far away, outlying: chyndaa-ee ad ny awinyn foddey ersooyl Bible

mask (v.) cur far-eddin er, follaghtyn, maskal; (n.) far-eddin, far-oaie, follaght eddin, kione shynnee, mask

mooncalf (n.) far lheiy

nickname (n.) far-ennym, far genmys

ocellus (n.) far hooill, sooill

spent trout (n.) far vreck

toupee (n.) far folt

Upper Hollow (n.) Far Lagg

wig (n.) far folt, mwashag

Croit Hoal Far Croft

Curragh Hoal Far Marsh

er-foddey (=Ir. ar fada) afar; far

foddey-lheeadagh far flung

foddey skeaylt far flung

addendum2 (n.) (book) far-lhieeney

aeroplane simulator (n.) far-etlan

alchemist (n.) far-chemmicagh

alchemy (n.) far-chemmig

alula (n.) far-skian

ambry (n.) far-uinnag

ante-chamber (n.) far-hamyr, shamyr oaie

ante-chapel (n.) far-chabbal

apologue (n.) far-skeeal

architrave (n.) far-ghorrys

artificial flower (gen.) far-vlaa

artificial intelligence (n.) far-inchynaght

artificial leg (n.) far-chass

autoharp (n.) far-chlaasagh

battle-axe (n.) shenn far-ven, teigh-chaggee

bole (n.) far-uinnag

bravado (n.) far-ghunnallys

by-word far-ockle; shennockle

caricaturist (n.) far-yallooder

carpet knight (n.) far-reejerey

catafalque (n.) far-homman

cell membrane (n.) far-chrackan killag

chimera (n.) conrieughid, far-smooinaghtyn

chimerical (adj.) conrieugh, far-smooinaghtagh

copper-captain (n.) far-chaptan

counterfort far-vhuttoor

dandruff (n.) cuddym, far-scryss

death mask (n.) far-eddin vaaish

denture (n.) far-eeacklyn

ellipse (n.) eelips; far-chiarkyl

epicycle (n.) far-chiarkyl

epicyclic (adj.) far-chiarkylagh

epiglottal far-ghlottyssagh

epiglottis (n.) far-ghlottys

epistyle (n.) far-ghorrys

fable (n.) far-skeeal; skeeal ommijagh

fabulist far-skeealeyder

fabulous (adj.) do-chredjal; far-skeealagh

fairy tale (n.) far-skeeal; shee-skeeal

false window (n.) far-uinnag

far-away smooinaghtyn

far-famed (adj.) feer ard-ghooagh; mooar-ennymagh

far-reaching (adj.) lheeadagh; liauyr

far-seeing (adj.) foddey-fakinagh

far-sighted (adj.) foddey-reayrtagh; foddey-fakinagh

far-sightedness (n.) foddey-fakinaght; foddey-reayrtys

father-figure (n.) far-ayr

fiction (n.) breag; far-skeeal; far-skeealaght

fictitious (adj.) breagagh; far-skeealagh; neufirrinagh

flyleaf (n.) far-ghuillag

foul play (n.) drogh-chorrym; far-chloie

foyer (n.) far-halley

frame up (n.) far-aggyrtys

frontman (n.) far-hellooder

furfur (n.) far-scryss

galosh (n.) far-vraag

gasmask (n.) far-eddin gas

hallway (n.) far-hamyr

hardboard (n.) far-voayrd

hardness of hearing (n.) far-chlashtyn

innersole (n.) far-voyn

jacket2 (n.) (of book) far-choodagh

lame excuse (n.) far-leshtal

leaf2 (n.) (of table) cooylley, far-ghuillag

leatherette (n.) far-liare

malingerer (n.) far-ghoghanagh

margarine (n.) far-eeym, margareen

masked ball (n.) daunse far-eddin

masque (n.) far-eddin cloie

misapprehend (v.) far-toiggal

misconception (n.) far-hoiggal

misconstruction (n.) far-hoiggalys

misunderstanding far-hoiggal; marranys; neuhoiggalys

mock moon (n.) far-eayst

nicknamed far-enmyssit

nucleoid (n.) far-heshvean

overhear (v.) far-chlashtyn

overshoe (n.) far-vraag

parhelion (n.) far-ghrian; moddey airh

plasma membrane (n.) far-chrackan plasmagh

porch (n.) far-ghorrys, porch

primate (n.) ard-aspick; far-ghooinney

pronominal (n., adj.) far-ennymagh

pronoun (n.) far-ennym

prosthesis (n.) far-olts

Prosthesis Department (n.) Rheynn Far-Oltyn

pseudo- (pref.) far-, sou-

pseudo-archaic (adj.) far-henn

pseudonym (n.) far-ennym

pseudopod (n.) far-chass

quackery (n.) far-lheeys

quack remedy (n.) far-lheeys

romancer (n.) breagerey, far-skeealeyder

saccharine (adj.) far-hugyr, shugyreen

sanctimonious (adj.) casherick, far-chasherick

satellite dish (n.) jyst far-rollageagh

satinette (n.) far-hroll

scallion (n.) far-unnish; skallioon

scurf (n.) carrid, far-scryss

shallot (n.) far-unnish, skallad

slangy (adj.) far-ghlaragh

slight deafness (n.) bouyraneys, far-chlashtyn

smock (n.) bloose, far-lheiney

spent salmon (n.) far-vraddan

super- (pref.) sar-, sur-, far-

token money (n.) far-argid

trapezoid (n.) far-voayrdeen

truss-hoop (n.) far-chiarkyl

unfair judgement (n.) far-vriwnys, lieh-vriwnys

usurping far-ghoaillagh

vestibule (n.) far-ghorrys

vicarious (adj.) far-ynnydagh

vicarious pleasure (n.) taitnys far-ynnydagh

virtual reality (n.) far-rieughid

walrus moustache (n.) far veeal rauney

far- (pref.) 1 fake, false, mock, pseudo, pseudo- a: bee far-chlashtyn ayns nyn gleayshyn Bible; 2 super-, super; 3 fresh

far-aggyrtys frame up

far-argid token money

far-ayr father-figure

far-chabbal (f.) ante-chapel

far-chaptan copper-captain

far-chasherick sanctimonious

far-chass (f.) artificial leg; pseudopod

far-chemmicagh alchemist

far-chemmig (f.) alchemy

far-chiarkyl epicycle, truss-hoop; ellipse

far-chiarkylagh epicyclic

far-chlaasagh (f.) autoharp

far-chlashtyn hardness of hearing, overhear, slight deafness

far-chlashtynagh hard of hearing

far-chliaghtey affectedness

far-chloie foul, foul play

far-choodagh (of book) jacket

far-eayst (f.) mock moon

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