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feayn expansive, extensive, flat, horizontal, roomy, vague, vast, wide: nee oo tuittym er y vagher feayn Bible; desolate


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foddey feayn desolate, godforsaken

follym feayn desolate; (as terrain) wild; air built, castle in the air: smooinaghtyn follym feayn DF

Beeal Feayn ny Geayee Wide Mouth of the Wind

smooinaghtyn follym feayn castle in the air

desolate1 fadanagh; follym-faase: for as long as she lay desolate she kept sabbath - son chouds vee ny lhie follym faase dreill ee doonaght Bible; follym feayn; traartyssey; faase; treigit: your high ways shall be desolate - bee nyn raaidyn mooarey treigit Bible; melley; faasagh: that the land be not desolate - nagh bee yn thalloo ny aasagh Bible; bane: As long as it lieth desolate - Choud as te ny lhie bane Bible; feayn: while she lieth desolate without them - choud as te ny lhie feayn nyn vegooish Bible fleeing into the wilderness in former time desolate and waste - chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; foddey feayn; fadane: let them seek it also out of desolate places - shirree ad eh ayns buill fadane Bible; currit mow: and they that dwell therein are desolate - as ta e chummaltee currit mow Bible; traartys: neither shall thy land any more be termed Desolate - chamoo vees dty heer ny lurg shoh enmyssit Traartys Bible; naardey: And I will make the land desolate - As ver-ym naardey yn thalloo Bible

castle in the air follym feayn, smooinaghtyn follym feayn

air built follym feayn

expansive (adj.) feayn; focklagh

roomy (adj.) feayn, reamyssagh, rooymoil

horizontal co-ard; co-chruinnagh; feayn; rea

myth (n.) feayn-skeeal

mythological (adj.) feayn-skeealleydagh

mythology (n.) feayn-skeealleydaght

vague (adj.) feayn, neuchronnal, neuchruinn, neuvaghtal

feayn-foshlit gaping, wide open: hass eh ayns shen lane thanvaanit lesh shen v'eh er n'akin, e hooillyn as e veeal feayn-foshlit jeeaghyn orrin. JC; wide awake

feayn-skeeal myth: Yn red ren haghyr va shen dy row ny chiarnyn Anglo-Normanagh veih Sostyn geearree feayn-skeeal bunneydagh son cur niart da ny yearreeyn coloinagh. Dhoor

feayn-skeealleydagh mythological

feayn-skeealleydaght (f.) mythology: Myr t'ou smooinaghtyn er-yn aght shoh cha nel feayn-skeealleydaght Ghreagagh, ny Cheltiagh, ny foddee eer Yn Conaant Noa feer screeuaght. Carn

godforsaken (adj.) foddey feayn; treigit liorish Jee

vast (adj.) anvaaragh, ass towse, feayn, feer vooar, foawragh

wild2 (adj.) (as terrain) fadaneagh, follym faase, follym feayn, reeastagh, reeastaneagh

empty1 (adj.) follym: Empty thought - Smooinaghtyn follym feayn. DF idiom; (v.) folmagh, folmaghey

flat1 (adj.) feayn; follym; injillagh; kiune; meayll; mooyl; rea; (n.) cummal-rea, laare; liabagid

Wide Mouth of the Wind (n.) Beeal Feayn ny Geayee

gyn cummey 1 amorphous, shapeless a: van thalloo gyn cummey, as feayn Bible; 2 imperfect

extensive (adj.) feayn; lhean; mooar: There was extensive damage to his car - Va jeeyl mooar jeant er y ghleashtan echey. DF idiom; rheamyssagh

gaping feayn-foshlit; lhean-foslit: It is gaping open - T'eh lhean-foslit. DF idiom; thoaganagh; thoaganey

wide er lheead: This linen is one yard wide - Ta'n aanrit shoh un stundayrt er lheead. JJK idiom; feayn; lhean: Are you wide awake? - Vel shiu lhean dooisht? JJK idiom

wide awake feayn-foshlit; lhean dooisht: Are you wide awake? - Vel shiu lhean dooisht? JJK idiom

brineenagh dusty: Honnick mee'n traa va'n diunid doo as feayn, gyn aer, gyn aile, gyn thalloo as gyn keayn, gyn soilshey neesht; as foast v'ad ooilley ayn myr dredge brineenagh, floagagh, fegooish kione PC

cughlinagh conic, conical, coniform, pineal: Bee ny feddanyn shoh cughlinagh dy chur sheean dy liooar yn aght bee ad ry chlashtyn 'syn aer feayn. Carn

cummey (=Ir. cumadh) pl. cummaghyn adaptation, appearance, atmosphere, composition, design, devise, fabricate, feature, format, indite, invention, itinerary, likeness, mould, outline, plan, prospectus, schema, scheme, version; (make-up) constitution; fashion; hew; contour; shape: va'n thalloo gyn cummey, as feayn Bible

doaie (f.) fettle, orderliness: va eaynagh ghowin gyn grunt, gyn oirr, gyn kione, gyn doaie, gyn cummey, dorraghey as feayn PC; condition

eaghtyr y diunid face of the deep: As va'n thalloo gyn cummey, as feayn ; as va dorraghys er eaghtyr y diunid: as ren spyrryd Yee gleashagh er eaghtyr ny ushtaghyn. Bible

floagagh dotted, flaky: va'n diunid doo as feayn, gyn aer, gyn aile, gyn thalloo as gyn keayn, gyn soilshey neesht; as foast v'ad ooilley ayn myr dredge brineenagh, floagagh, fegooish kione PC

ghowin I would take; (adj.) See dowin deep: va eaynagh ghowin gyn grunt, gyn oirr, gyn kione, gyn doaie, gyn cummey, dorraghey as feayn PC

gyn aer airless: Honnick mee'n traa va'n diunid doo as feayn, gyn aer, gyn aile, gyn thalloo as gyn keayn, gyn soilshey neesht PC

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

rere rish reputedly: Rere rish shen, va moir feayn-skeealagh Nalbin ny ben ghorrym Affrickagh. Dhoor

rooym pl. rooymyn room: Jeant, hrog ad lhieu yn buildal slane myr v'eh, as da nyn mainshter hug ad jeh livrey; er yn eaynagh feayn ghow eh mooads jeh'n rooym, 's vasht ad e ennym Pandemonium. Bible

wide open (adj.) feayn-foshlit; lhean foshlit: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open - bee giattyn dty heer dy lhean foshlit Bible

coloinagh colonial: Yn red ren haghyr va shen dy row ny chiarnyn Anglo-Normanagh veih Sostyn geearree feayn-skeeal bunneydagh son cur niart da ny yearreeyn coloinagh. Dhoor; colonialist; settler

Conaant Noa New Testament: Myr t'ou smooinaghtyn er-yn aght shoh cha nel feayn-skeealleydaght Ghreagagh, ny Cheltiagh, ny foddee eer Yn Conaant Noa feer screeuaght. Carn

cur niart da back: Yn red ren haghyr va shen dy row ny chiarnyn Anglo-Normanagh veih Sostyn geearree feayn-skeeal bunneydagh son cur niart da ny yearreeyn coloinagh. Dhoor

fadaneagh isolated, out of the way, recluse, remote, solitary, unfrequented: chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; (as terrain) wild; boor, boorish

gort acid, bitter, brackish, rank, vinegarish, vinegary: Trooid gort as genney v'ad nyn gercheenyn Bible; (as game) high; stale: Bainney gort. DF; (of land) sour; dearth, want: Trooid gort as genney v'ad nyn gercheenyn; chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; hurt; poignant; acrid; acrimony

Normanagh Norman: Yn red ren haghyr va shen dy row ny chiarnyn Anglo-Normanagh veih Sostyn geearree feayn-skeeal bunneydagh son cur niart da ny yearreeyn coloinagh. Dhoor

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