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feiyr 1 clatter, din, honk, noise, rowdiness, sound a: bee'n feiyr echey er ny chlashtyn Bible; 2 scurvy grass


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jannoo feiyr clatter, making a sound: Smerg da co-chruinnaght yn vooarane pobble ta jannoo feiyr myr feiyr ny faarkaghyn; as da tharmane ny ashoonyn, ta freaney myr sheean thooilley ymmodee ushtaghyn! Bible

bwoalley feiyr ass clash

clatter feiyr; feiyral; jannoo feiyr

din (n.) feiyr, tharmane

honk (n.) feiyr; (v.) feiyral, sheidey

noise feiyr: Please don't make so much noise - Ny jean wheesh feiyr, my sailt. JJK idiom; sheean; sheeaney; imraa; kiaull; feiyral, sheeanal; durd

rowdiness (n.) feiyr

making a sound (v.) jannoo feiyr

scurvy grass (n.) burley traie, faiyr, feiyr, guilley bing, guilley jeen

glinnys (dy) shall hear: Ec traa erbee dy glinnys shiu feiyr y trumpet Bible

sheidee blowing: haink doaltattym veih niau feiyr myr dy gheay heidee lajer Bible

taarnag thunder: cheayll mee, myr feiyr taarnag, fer jeh ny kiare cretooryn Bible

clash bwoalley feiyr ass; caggey; meechordail: They clash - Ta meechoardail eddyr oc. DF idiom; tharmanaghey; tharmane

making jannoo: What a noise you are making - Cre'n feiyr ta shiu jannoo. JJK idiom

trump (v.) cur kaart mooar er; (n.) cayrn: with the sound of the trump - lesh feiyr y chayrn Bible; (n.) kaart mooar

trumpet1 (n.) cayrn: And the sound of a trumpet - As feiyr y chayrn Bible; trumpet: when the trumpet soundeth long - Tra vees y trumpet er ny heidey son tammylt mie Bible; (v.) cayrnal, cur buirroogh ass

biol (f.) bow drill, fiddle, viol, violin: Ta goaill arrane gys feiyr yn viol Bible

bluggan ball: As eisht ayns tullagh va feiyr mooar agglagh ayn; hoilshee skell orrashtagh yn speyr dy slane as jirree bluggan jiarg doaltattym veih ynnyd y pholt dy jeeragh cour niau. GB; globe

cha yarg not able: ga smooar y feiyr tad dy yannoo, ny-yeih cha jarg ad goll ny sodjey? Bible

cur drogh er (of person) crab: Tra v'eh chirrym chraagh eh eh as myr shen dy jinnagh eh feiyr mooar agglagh as cur drogh er dy chooilley ghooinney. GB

dy gastey apace: As tra chlinnys oo feiyr mastey ny biljyn-mulberry myr sheean sleih er march, dy jean oo eisht gleashagh oo-hene dy gastey Bible

gyn vioys lifeless: As eer reddyn gyn vioys ta jannoo feiyr, edyr ad ve feddan ny claasagh, mannagh bee caghlaa ayns y vingys, quoi oddys toiggal cre ta cloie er y feddan ny'n chlaasagh? Bible

Laa yn Chiarn (The) Lord's Day: Agh, hig laa yn Chiarn myr maarliagh 'syn oie; tra nee ny niaughyn cherraghtyn lesh feiyr atchimagh, as nee stoo yn theihll lheie lesh chiass loshtee Bible

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

march march: tra chlinnys oo feiyr mastey ny biljyn-mulberry myr sheean sleih er march Bible

mwyllin (=Ir. muileann) (f.) pl. mwyljyn factory, mill: tra vees feiyr ny claghyn mwyllin er n'aase moal Bible

psalteree (pl -yn) psaltery: traa erbee dy glinnys shiu feiyr y trumpet, feddan, claasagh, sackbut, psalteree, dulcimer Bible

sackbut sackbut: traa erbee dy glinnys shiu feiyr y trumpet, feddan, claasagh, sackbut, psalteree, dulcimer Bible

spooyt (f.) cascade, small waterfall, spout, torrent: Hoshiaght cheayll eh myr dy beagh eh cronnane shellanyn, eisht myr feiyr spooyt mooar ayns Glion Meay, as ec y jerrey myr sheean troailt ymmodee sleih. GB

towlaghey burrow, cavitation, penetrate: v'ad cliaghtey goll gys Purt Lewaigue as lurg daue towlaghey stiagh ayns lhiattee chrink, yinnagh cur y vleaystan ayn as lhiggey yn raad da, as va feiyr agglagh ry chlashtyn. GB

yllaghey acclaim, bawl, exclaim, shout: Bee dty naboonyn er-creau ec feiyr yllaghey dty philotyn Bible; howl; howling

jingle clink; clinkal; clinkeragh: clinkeragh myr feiyr-chlig. - Jingling like the sound of a bell JK; gliggin; gligginaght; glingal

sound cayrnal; eaishtagh rish; feeam; feiyr; feiyral; follan: He is as sound as a bell - T'eh cha follan as breck. DF idiom; hellym: The sound of the trumpet - Hellym y chayrn. DF idiom; keyllys: They used to swim the cattle across the Sound - Boallagh ad cur er yn ollagh dy naue harrish y Cheyllys. DF idiom; lajer; lane; sheean: Empty vessels make the most sound - Siyn folmey smoo sheean nee. JJK idiom; sheeanal; sheeaney; sheidey; slayntoil; sunt; suntal; sunteil; sonn; (adj.) keyn; breeoil

craa brandish, dither, dodder, flicker, flutter, jog, jolt, judder, quake, quaver, rustle, shake, shiver, shock, tremble, vibrate; (shake) jar; (of head) toss; (of hand) wave; (as singer) trill, wobble; rent: ren yn ard-valley craa lesh y feiyr oc Bible; sprinkle; ring; warble; wag: dagh fer hed shaghey thassane ayns craid, as craa e laue urree Bible; trembling

lheim 1 bounce, bound, buck, embrace, hop, jump, limp, lope, pant, pounce, spring, start, tup, vault; 2 leap a: Myr feiyr fainee er mullagh sleityn nee ad lheim Bible; 3 leaping, jumping, starting a: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht Bible; 4 skippedst a: Son neayrs loayr oo jeh, tou lheim son boggey Bible; 5 leaped; 6 skip

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