strange (adj.) anoayshagh: Strange beasts - Beiyn anoayshagh. DF idiom; frangagh, goaldagh; quaagh: You will experience a strange feeling - Hig ennaghtyn quaagh ort. DF idiom; joarree: To make strange - Dy ve joarree. DF idiom; quaaie
ennaghtyn atmosphere, consider, experience, feel, feeling, gratitude, noble sentiments, perceive, realization, respect, sensation, sense, sensibility, sympathy: cha vel ennaghtyn ayd jeh ny reddyn ta bentyn rish Jee Bible
experience ennaghtyn: You will experience a strange feeling - Hig ennaghtyn quaagh ort. DF idiom; keeayl chionnit: He has learned from experience - Ta keeayl chionnit echey. DF idiom; taghyrt: Terrifying experience for her - Taghyrt atchimagh j'ee. DF idiom; prowal
walks (npl.) walkalyn: They are fond of long walks - Shynney lhieu walkalyn liauyrey. JJK idiom; shooyl: He walks on the brink of a precipice without feeling giddy - T'eh shooyl er eaynin fegooish g'ennaghtyn tollaneagh. JJK idiom; hoolys: He who walks at night - Eshyn hoolys er oie. DF idiom
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