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feayr 1 chilly, cold, cool, frigid, frosty, icy a: Shione dou dty obbraghyn, nagh vel oo edyr feayr ny cheh Bible; 2 (of person) distant [O.Ir. Ășar]


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boalley feayr dry wall

breid feayr cold front

caggey feayr cold war

cooyrtoilid feayr stony politeness

cree feayr unfeeling heart

cryss feayr (f.) frigid zone

dy feayr-chooishagh in cold blood, unemotionally

failt feayr wintry reception

fockle feayr cheville, unnecessary word

frame feayr cold frame

frontey feayr cold front

guilb feayr (f.) cold-set

key feayr cold cream

lheiney feayr (f.) winding sheet

slane feayr stone cold

stoyr feayr cold store

tammylt feayr cold snap

thie feayr cold store, cool house

tonn feayr (f.) cold wave

ayns stoyr feayr cold storage

beiyn as fuill feayr ayn cold blooded

bwoalley yiarn feayr cold hammer

cha feayr as clagh stone cold

lesh aigney feayr dispassionately

mongey beg feayr wintry smile

red beg feayr coldish: Ghow shin soylley mooar jeh'n chilley shen, agh va shin red beg feayr. Dhoor

cold front (n.) breid feayr; frontey feayr

cold store (n.) stoyr feayr, thie feayr, thie rioee

stone cold cha feayr as clagh; slane feayr

cheville (n.) fockle feayr

chilly (adj.) feayr

cold feayght; feayr: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom; feayraght; mughane: She has a bad cold - Ta mughane olk eck. JJK idiom

cold cream key feayr

cold frame (n.) frame feayr

cold-set guilb feayr

cold snap (n.) tammylt feayr

cold wave (n.) tonn feayr

cool house (n.) thie feayr

distant2 (adj.) (of person) feayr

frigid (adj.) feayr; feayr-chooishagh

frigid zone (n.) cryss feayr

icy (adj.) feayr; rioeeagh

stony politeness (n.) cooyrtoilid feayr

unfeeling heart (n.) cree feayr

unnecessary word (n.) fockle feayr

wintry reception (n.) failt feayr

cheet roish come along, come before: Huitt eh magh eisht, oie feayr geuree dy row, va Harry cheet roish dy-valley jeeaghyn er e hoshiaght rish shibbyr cheh, er-yn-oyr v'eh feayr as accryssagh. Coraa; forestall; outflank; prelude

apathetic (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, neuyeean

apathy (n.) feayr-chooishaght, neuyeeanid

cold-blooded (adj.) dewil; feayr-fuiltagh; creoi-chreeagh

cold-drawn feayr-hayrnit

cold-footed feayr-chassagh

cold hammer (n.) bwoalley yiarn feayr

cold-hearted feayr-chreeagh

cold storage (n.) ayns stoyr feayr

collected chymsit; feayr-aignagh

cool-headed feayr-aignagh

coolness (n.) feayr-chooishaght; feayrid; fynnyraght

dispassionate (adj.) feayr-aignagh; neuchleaynt

frigidity (n.) feayr-chooish

impassive (adj.) feayr-chooishagh

impassiveness (n.) feayr-chooish

imperturbability (n.) do-chorreeaght, feayr-aignys, feayr-chooish

imperturbable (adj.) do-chorree, feayr-aignagh, feayr-chooishagh

indifference (n.) feayr-chooish, neuhym

irresponsive feayr-chooishagh

irresponsiveness (n.) feayr-chooish

languidness (n.) feayr-chooish; lambaneid; lhiastid

phlegm (n.) feayr-chooish, shelley

phlegmatic (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, shelleydagh

self-possessed (adj.) feayr-chooishagh

self-possession (n.) feayr-chooish

unemotionally (adv.) dy feayr-chooishagh

unfeeling (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, neuennaghtagh

unmoved (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, neuscughit

unresponsive (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, marroo, neufreggyragh

wintry smile (n.) mongey beg feayr

feayr-aignagh collected, cool-headed, dispassionate, imperturbable

feayr-aignys imperturbability

feayr-chassagh cold-footed

feayr-chooish (f.) frigidity, impassiveness, imperturbability, indifference, irresponsiveness, languidness, phlegm, self-possession

feayr-chooishagh apathetic, frigid, impassive, imperturbable, indifferent, irresponsive, languid, phlegmatic, self-possessed, unfeeling, unmoved, unresponsive

feayr-chooishaght (f.) apathy, coolness

feayr-chreeagh callous, cold-hearted

feayr-fuiltagh cold-blooded

feayr-hayrnit cold-drawn

callous creoi-chreeagh; feayr-chreeagh; gyn ennaghtyn

cold blooded beiyn as fuill feayr ayn

coldish lesh y feayrid; red beg feayr

cold war (n.) caggey conrieugh, caggey feayr

dispassionately (adv.) dy neuchleaynagh; lesh aigney feayr

dry wall (n.) boalley chirrym, boalley feayr

in cold blood (adv.) dy feayr-chooishagh

indifferent (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, neufoaysagh, neuhymoil; kiart; cossalagh

languid (adj.) feayr-chooishagh, lambaneagh, lhiastagh, lhiastey

winding sheet (n.) brelleein ny merriu, brelleein oanluckee, brelleein verriu, lheiney feayr, lheiney vaaish

after this (ny) yei shoh; (ny) lurg shoh: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom

cool1 feayr; feayraghey: It is turning cool - T'eh feayraghey. DF idiom; fynnyr; tappey

frosty (adj.) feayr; eean y ghob jiarg mooie: It's frosty today - Ta eean y ghob jiarg mooie jiu. DF idiom; rioeeagh: Frosty weather - Emshir rioeeagh. DF idiom

isn't cha nel; (interrog.) nagh vel; (emph., interrog.) nagh nee: Isn't it cold? - Nagh nee feayr eh! DF idiom

January (n.) Jerrey Geuree: January was cold - Va jerrey-Geuree feayr. JJK idiom; Mee s'jerree y gheuree

meat (n.) feill: I should prefer cold meat to warm - Bare lhiam feill feayr na cheh. JJK idiom

spell garrey; grash; guess; lettraghey; oalys; pishag; shayll: Long spell of cold weather - Shayll liauyr jeh emshir feayr. DF idiom; tammylt; druight: The spell of the sea - Druiaght ny marrey. DF idiom

storage (n.) tastey: Take goods out of storage - Cooid y ghoaill ass tastey. DF idiom; stoyr: The apples are in cold storage - Ta ny hooyllyn ayns stoyr feayr. DF idiom

Cairbre Arbory: V'eh oanluckit ayns rhullick ny Skeerey Cairbre fastyr Jymayrt er giyn, laa fliugh as feayr, kionfenish ymmodee fir-mooinjerey, caarjyn as naboonyn Coraa

drogh-yien bad temper, ill-nature: Va mee gennaghtyn dy ve ayns drogh-yien, feayr as faase, as 'scoan va mee jerkal dy chosney yn eaghtyr reesht. LC; sadness

emshyragh meteorological: Ayns Mee Vayrnt, v'eh ny smoo feayr agh ny s'grianee na t'eh cliaghtey ve ayns mee veanagh, coardail rish fysseree veih'n Oik Emshyragh. BS

fo neunhee below zero: V'eh feer feayr er yn oie, mysh jeih keim fo neunhee as cha row shamyr lhiabbagh ry-akin. GK

goaill kesmad step: Shenn chrightyn, as geay-varrey harroo goaill arrane, Bing's feayr, lesh floagyn-chesh, goaill kesmad sheese Er cassanyn camstram, as gib ny creggyn creoie Dhoor

Jymayrt Tuesday: V'eh oanluckit ayns rhullick ny Skeerey Cairbre fastyr Jymayrt er giyn, laa fliugh as feayr, kionfenish ymmodee fir-mooinjerey, caarjyn as naboonyn, as shiartanse dy studeyryn ny Gailck Coraa

Mee s'jerree yn ouyir October: Ayns mee s'jerree yn Ouyir, tra d'aase ny laghyn ny s'girrey, feayr as fliugh, cha row mee dy mennick ec y Whallag as cha row monney obbyr goll er ec Ballaskeig Dhoor

rhullick (f.) graveyard: V'eh oanluckit ayns rhullick ny Skeerey Cairbre fastyr Jymayrt er giyn, laa fliugh as feayr, kionfenish ymmodee fir-mooinjerey, caarjyn as naboonyn Coraa

Sounaghyn Novembers: va ny Sounaghyn fliugh as feayr, as ren y fouyr failleil Dhoor

Traa Nollick Christmastide, Christmas time, Yuletide: Ec yn traa Nollick v'eh feer feayr heose 'sy valley beg cheerey. Dhoor

ushtey casherick holy water: Yn ynrican ushtey casherick yn cappan dy ushtey feayr. EF

use1 (v.) jannoo ymmyd jeh: Use cold water - Jean ymmyd jeh ushtey feayr. JJK idiom; taaghey; (n.) ymmyd: Because it will be of great use to you - Er y fa dy bee eh jeh ymmyd mooar dhyt. JJK idiom; cliaghtey: Don't use any ceremony with me - Ny shass er cliaghtey er my hons. JJK idiom; er son foays

bunneenyn bales: Shimmey'n oie feayr as dorraghey ta mee er n'gholl magh maree gys y soalt yiarn lesh londeyr as bunneenyn dy choonlagh dy hroggal fastee son ny kirree as nyn eaynin, as boteil dy vainney son yn eayn meig. JG

ry laue nearby; to hand: Shoh'n cubbyl s'aaley ren laue Yee y chroo fud e chretooryn; cha row veg gollroo, shooyl laue ry laue v'ad glen, nyn aigney seyr veih dagh failleil ta cur er graih gaase feayr; va'n graih oc dooie, sheshoil, meiygh PC

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