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feer (=Ir. fíor) 1 exceeding, exceptionally, extremely, very a: As va'n ven aeg feer aalin Bible; 2 authentic, correct, pure, real, regular, sheer, sincere, true, truthful, veritable: ghow mish ayns laue jurnaa sheese trooid y diunid er nagh vrish rieau laa, gys niurin agglagh, raad ta aggle reill 's e yalloo feer, as reesht back gys y theihll aalin shoh wass PC; 3 (n.) truth; 4 particular [L. veros]


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claare feer-skeealagh documentary programme

dy feer exceedingly, really, sincerely, surely, truly, verily, very: As dirree Abraham dy feer voghey Bible; bona fide, true

feer aalin exquisite: V'ee feer aalin 'sy lhing eck. DF

feer aggys very present: She jih nan dreisteel as gniart : kuney firaggys ayns syaghyn. Psalm1610

feer aitt hilarious: Shione dou nagh vel shen feer aitt agh she spotçh t'ayn. Dhoor

feer ard-ghooagh far-famed

feer cheh baking hot: Nagh vel shiu smooinaghtyn dy vel eh feer cheh son traa ny bleeaney JJK

feer ching bad way: va moir ben Simon feer ching ayns y chiassaghey; as ren ad aghin huggey er e son. Bible; very ill

feer chlannit thickly populated

feer chorree infuriated: Agh va Jonah erskyn-towse jymmoosagh, as veh feer chorree Bible

feer chreoi adamantine, very hard: Vraaraghyn dooie, marym's t'er surranse jiu tooilleil as pian da'n dooghys ain feer chreoi PC

feer danjeyragh Herculean

feer doccaragh Herculean, extremely difficult

feer doillee Herculean, very difficult: As shohn oyr ta berçhys cha danjeyragh dy vel Yeesey Creest er hoilshagh dy vel eh feer doillee son dooinney berçhagh dy ve ny Chreestee vie CS

feer eiyrtagh progressive

feer fardalagh very little

feer feagh pianissimo, very quiet: Va'n chooish er ny freayll feer feagh, as va yn ven voght er ny coyrt ersooyl ayns y thie-baanrit. Dhoor

feer feayslee drastic

feer fliugh sodden, very wet: Agh ta'n pobble ymmodee, as ta'n emshyr feer fliugh, as cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie Bible

feer ghaaney daredevil

feer ghoillee stinker, very difficult: Va ny reillyn bentyn rish cooishyn ayns ny bunscoillyn caghlaait as haink eh dy feer ghoillee dy ynsaghey Yernish. Carn

feer ghree bore: Ta'n obbyr shoh feer ghree. DF

feer ghunnal daredevil, lion-hearted: T'eh feer ghunnal chredjys chaghter balloo. DF

feer happee (of pace) cracking: Agh ren ny keird heshaghtyn caggey dy 'endeil ny stiurtyn oc va goit, as lhig ny meoiryn-shee daue goll seyr feer happee. Carn; double quick, meteoric

feer hrimsagh harrowing

feer lajer 1 fortissimo; 2 very strong a: As hyndaa yn Chiarn yn gheay mygeayrt gys y neear, feer lajer as niartal, ren sheebey ersooyl ny locustyn Bible

feer leagh real value

feer neugheyr dirt cheap: Chionnee mee yn fer aym feer neugheyr. JJK

feer noa-emshiragh ultramodern

feer noo truly holy

feer oayshagh ultra-fashionable

feer olk badly; very bad: as va 'sy vaskad elley figgyn feer olk, nagh voddagh ve eeit, v'ad cha loau shen. Bible

feer shenn great antiquity; very old: Nish va Eli feer shenn, as cheayll eh jeh ooilley ny va e vec er nyannoo rish ooilley Israel Bible

feer skee dog-tired, very tired: Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK

feer tappee whirlwind, very quickly: Smooinee eshyn feer tappee as eisht cheau eh e chip er y thalloo. Dhoor

feer trome 1 back breaking, backbreaking; 2 very heavy a: va laue Yee feer trome orroo Bible; 3 very grievous a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible

feer trome-chooishagh all-important: Coardail rish yn Çhirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie, Allan Bell, cha bee yn reiltys goaill ymmyd jeh'n phooar shoh agh ayns cooishyn 'feer trome-chooishagh'. BS

feer ushtey fresh water

feer vaare very top

feer vaggyrtagh very menacing

feer veg miniscule, minute, pigmy, teeny-weeny, tiny, very little: ta feer veg er ny hoiaghey jeed. Bible

feer vie excellent, exquisite, first rate: Ta mooyn feer vie dy veeinaghey ollan. DF; pretty well; very well

feer vlasstal very tasty: As va inneen feer vlasstal ec yn voayrd-coontee - Catreeney, Emily ny foddee Moirrey. Dhoor

feer vog fluted, pianissimo

feer voght destitute, poverty-stricken, very poor: foddee dy beagh sleih yn lheid shen ayns ny baljyn, agh ta feallee ayns shoh feer voght Dhoor

feer voiragh harrowing, nerve-racking: Dooyrt ad dy vel briwnys yn imraa soilshaghey 'stayd feer voiragh' bentyn rish yn aght va rheynnyn-reiltys, politickeyryn as fir-oik dellal rish y lhiasaghey. BS

feer vooar colossal, giant, gigantic, massive, monumental, vast, whopping: va earroo yn phobble feer vooar Bible

feer vraghee very malty

feer vullagh tiptop

feer whaagh very strange: as eisht yn eaynagh ghoo shoh laccal shen sheign ve feer whaagh, grouw, eajee, as neughlen. Bible

feer whonnagh very stumpy

feer wooiagh charmed

feer yennal merry: Nee'n Ree boggey 'ghoaill ayns dty niart, O Hiarn: feer yennal vees eh jeh dty haualtys. Bible

feer yesh classy: Hie eh seose y clieau as lurg da cheet harrish, dod eh fakin y cheer er y cheu elley; cheer feer yesh as feer rey GB

feer yibbagh very pointed

cur cummey feer veg er dwarf

dy feer voghey early: As dirree Abraham dy feer voghey, as yeeltee eh e assyl Bible

feer ghraihagh er dote

Feer vie dy liooar (intj) Thumbs up

feer vooar rish fond of: T'ad feer vooar rish y cheilley. DF

feer yeean mychione enthuse

lioar feer ennoil (f.) best seller

marranys feer chadjin very popular error

Menkid Feer Ard Very High Frequency

mennickid feer ard ultra-high frequency, very high frequency

Mish dy feer Yours sincerely

persoon feer scanshoil very important person

red feer ennoil best seller

studeyr feer yeean crammer

tammylt feer yiare very little while: Nagh vel eh foast tammylt feer yiare, as bee Lebanon er ny hyndaa gys magher messoil Bible

Herculean (adj.) feer danjeyragh, feer doccaragh, feer doillee

very difficult (adj.) feer doillee: The algebra lesson is very difficult - Ta'n lessoon algebra feer doillee. JJK idiom; feer ghoillee

best seller (n.) lioar feer ennoil, red feer ennoil

daredevil (adj.) feer ghaaney, feer ghunnal

harrowing cleiee; feer hrimsagh; feer voiragh

pianissimo feer feagh; feer vog

very cheddin; feer; hene; keddin; dy feer: He speaks of you in a very flattering manner - T'eh loayrt my dty chione dy feer vrynnyragh. JJK idiom

very little beggan beg; feer veg; feer fardalagh

very tired feer skee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

sincerely dy feer: Yours sincerely - Mish, dy feer. DF idiom

exquisite (adj.) feer aalin; feer vie; ree-geyre: He has an exquisite ear - Ta cleaysh ree-gheyre echey. DF idiom

extremely (adv.) feer: There are extremely few apples in the basket - Ta feer veggan dy hooylyn 'sy vastag. JJK idiom

stinker (n.) breimen; feer ghoillee: The history paper was a stinker - Va'n pabyr shannaghys feer ghoillee. DF idiom

very ill donney; feer ching: She lies very ill in bed - T'ee ny lhie feer ching. JJK idiom

very little while tammylt feer yiare: For yet a very little while - Son foast tammylt feer yiare Bible

very poor feer voght: You are not very poor - Cha nel shiu feer voght. JJK idiom

adamantine (adj.) feer chreoi

all-important (adj.) feer trome-chooishagh

authentic (adj.) barrantoil; feer; firrinagh

backbreaking (adj.) feer trome

back breaking feer trome

charmed feer wooiagh: I am charmed to see you - Ta mee feer wooiagh dy akin oo. DF idiom; lane taitnys; taitnyssagh; fo druaight

classy (adj.) feer yesh, ooasle

colossal (adj.) buillvollee, feer vooar

cracking2 (of pace) feer happee

dirt cheap (adj.) feer neugheyr

double quick (adj., adv.) feer happee

enthuse (v.) feer yeean mychione

exceeding (adv.) feer

excellent (adj.) feer vie: It's an excellent one - T'eh feer vie. JJK idiom; jeih-; mie er bashtal; mie erskyn insh; ree-vie; ard-ooasle

extremely difficult (adj.) feer doccaragh

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

first rate (adj., adv.) dy mie mirrilagh: It is going first rate - T'eh goll dy mie mirrilagh. DF idiom; feer vie: That's first rate - Ta shen feer vie. DF idiom; jeh'n chied rheynn

fortissimo feer lajer

great antiquity (adj.) feer shenn

hilarious (adj.) feer aitt

lion-hearted (adj.) feer ghunnal

massive (adj.) feer vooar, gloutagh

meteoric (adj.) dreigagh, feer happee

miniscule (adj.) feer veg

nerve-racking (adj.) feer voiragh

pigmy dooinneen; feer veg

poverty-stricken (adj.) feer voght

pretty well cossalagh, cossyllagh; lane vie; feer vie: I know it pretty well - Shione dou eh feer vie. JJK idiom

real eer: He is my real brother - T'eh my eer vraar. DF idiom; feer: Real old nobility - Feer henn ooaslaght. DF idiom; firrinagh; rieugh

she went hiee; hie ee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

sincere (adj.) feer, firrinagh, jeadagh, jeelys, jeeragh; ynrick: They have not been very sincere - Cha nel ad er ve feer ynrick. JJK idiom

sodden (adj.) feer fliugh

teeny-weeny (adj.) feer veg

thickly populated (adj.) feer chlannit

tiptop feer vullagh

true1 dy feer, dy firrinagh, dy jeeragh; feer; firrinagh: I am glad that the news is true - Ta mee boggoil dy vel y naight firrinagh. JJK idiom; jeeragh; kiartaghey; rieugh; spheer; s'feer shen

truly holy feer noo

ultra-fashionable (adj.) feer oayshagh

ultramodern (adj.) feer noa-emshiragh

veritable (adj.) feer

very angry (adj.) jiarg-chorree; feer chorree: Their mother is very angry with them - Ta'n voir oc feer chorree roo. JJK idiom

very bad feer olk: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom

very hard (adj.) feer chreoi

very malty feer vraghee

very menacing feer vaggyrtagh

very pointed feer yibbagh

very present feer aggys

very quickly feer tappee

very quiet feer feagh

very strange (adj.) feer whaagh

very strong feer lajer

very stumpy feer whonnagh

very tasty (adj.) feer vlasstal

very well (adv.) slane vie; feer vie: I'm very well indeed - Ta mee feer vie dy-jarroo. JJK idiom; dy mie: Yes, I remember it very well - S'cooin lhiam dy-mie eh. JJK idiom

very wet feer fliugh

Well said (intj) Abbyr eh; Feer vie: Then said Saul to his servant, Well said; come, let us go - Eisht dooyrt Saul rish e harvaant, Feer vie; tar, lhig dooin goll Bible

whopping (adj., adv.) feer vooar

co-vingys (f.) acoustics, concord, consonance, harmony: T'ad feer vooar lesh daa 'eddan as un cronnane yn aght oddagh oo cloie co-vingyssyn feer foayssagh. Carn

cronnane (pl -yn) babble, buzz, drone, hum, purr, whirr: T'ad feer vooar lesh daa 'eddan as un cronnane yn aght oddagh oo cloie co-vingyssyn feer foayssagh. Carn

anticyclone (n.) feer-aalican, noi-shickloan

atrocious2 (adj.) (clothing) feer-ghraney

badly (adv.) dy donney; dy holk: These beans have been badly boiled - Ta ny poanraghyn shoh er ve broit dy-holk. JJK idiom; dy sie; feer olk: You have been playing the fiddle very badly for some days - T'ou er ve cloie yn viol feer olk rish laa ny ghaa. JJK idiom

bad way drogh-chummey er: The turf seems to be in a bad way - Ta drogh cummey er y voain. DF idiom; feer ching: He is in a bad way - T'eh feer ching. DF idiom; stayd olk: He is in a bad way - T'eh ayns stayd olk. DF idiom

baking hot (adj.) feer cheh; fuinney-heh

bore1 tharrarey, thiolley, towley, lheead tuill, saih marrey; (v.) keylaghey, saih trooid; dymmyrk: He bore himself well - Dymmyrk eh eh hene dy mie. DF idiom; (v.) rug: She bore a son to the world - Rug ee mac da'n theihll. DF idiom; (to); (dy) vransey; (n.) towl; feer ghree: This work is a bore - Ta'n obbyr shoh feer ghree. DF idiom

canary yellow feer-wuigh

colorific (adj.) feer-ghaait

crammer (n.) jingeyder, studeyr feer yeean

derm (n.) feer-chrackan

documentary programme (n.) claare feer-skeealagh

dog-tired (adj.) er troggloo, feer skee

fluted cuishlinagh; feer vog; maireenagh

fond of miandagh: Are you fond of milk? - Vel shiu miandagh er bainney? JJK idiom; currit da: He is fond of reading - T'eh currit da'n lhaihderys. DF idiom; feer vooar rish: They are very fond of each other - T'ad feer vooar rish y cheilley. DF idiom

geriatric people (npl.) (y) feer-henndiaght

gigantic (adj.) buillvollee, feer vooar, foawragh

hideous (adj.) feer-ghraney, graney

nadir (n.) feer-injillid

perfervid (adj.) feer-yeean

real image (n.) feer-chaslys

really (adv.) dy feer; dy firrinagh

real value (n.) feer leagh, jarroo-leagh

right reverend feer-arrymagh

right whale (n.) feer-whale

sacrosanct (adj.) feer-chasherick

tiny (adj.) feer veg; minniagagh; peeogeagh

ultra-centrifuge (n.) feer-chasseyder

ultra-high frequency (n.) mennickid feer ard

ultramarine1 (n., adj.) feer-ghorrym, feer-ghorrymid

ultra-microbalance feer-veegraveih

ultra-micrometer feer-veegrahowsheyder

ultra-microscope feer-veegrahilleyder

ultra-microscopy feer-veegrahilley

ultrasound (n.) feer-heean

veraciously (adj.) dy-feer

very often feer-vennick

very top eer-vullagh; feer vaare

whirlwind (n.) geay chassee; (adj.) feer tappee

Yours sincerely Mish dy feer

dy-feer yea: Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean; dy-feer, cha vel ny rollageyn gyn cron ayns e hilley Bible; veraciously

er y raad dy valley homeward bound: Nish hie eh er e hurrys derrey haink eh gys yn Raue as tra v'eh er vaghey ayns shen choud as baillesh, ren eh toshiaght er y raad dy valley; huitt eh feer ching, as haink eh dy ve feer ghraney. Coraa

feer-aalican anticyclone

feer-alcoal pure alcohol

feer-arrymagh right reverend

feer-chasherick sacrosanct

feer-chaslys real image

feer-chasseyder ultra-centrifuge

feer-chrackan derm

feer-ghaait colorific

feer-ghorrym ultramarine

feer-ghorrymid ultramarine

feer-ghraney (clothing) atrocious; hideous

feer-heean ultrasound

feer-henndiaght (y) geriatric people

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