mynlagh pl. mynlee 1 (of cereals) fine a: fine of meal or flour; 2 smalls; 3 minority: Ta mee son soie er yn smooinaght undinagh fo ny claaryn: dy row (as dy vel) ny Celtiee myr mynlagh aitt er ny h-oirryn jeh ny hellanyn shoh. Carn
mountain (n.) beinn; muyne; slieau: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom
aalican fine weather, great calm, halcyon: Nish y ghrian vannee skellal magh e phooar chemmal y dor'ghys t'ayns y diunid wooar, as Satan shiaulley ayns yn aalican, goaill taitnys mooar ayns goullyn gial y ghrian PC
keyl 1 attenuated, drawn out, fine, gracile, hairline, lanky, lean, narrow, slender, slight, slim, small, spare, tapered, thin, willowy a: Adsyn myrgeddin ta gobbragh ayns lieen keyl Bible; 2 (of soup) watery; 3 (as solution) weak [O.Ir. cáel]
meein 1 (pain) assuage; 2 bland, clement, fine, gentle, Halcyon days, meek, mild, pet, silky, smooth, soft a: vroo eh eh cha meein as joan Bible; 3 small ground; 4 (not wild) tame; 5 sedate [O.Ir. mín]
stoamey curvaceous, dashing, fair, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, personable, shapely: hoie eh magh er e hon shamyr stoamey Bible; (person) well-formed, large-breasted, well-proportioned; fine; stately; smasher; goodly; comely
charming (adj.) druaightagh, obbee; pishagagh: It's a charming evening - She fastyr pishagagh t'ayn. JJK idiom; stoamey: What a fine river ! Its banks are so charming, its waters so limpid - Cre'n awin stoamey! Ta e brooinyn cha pishagagh, e hushtaghyn cha sullyr. JJK idiom; (n.) buitcheraght, druaightys, obbeeys
fastened (v.) chrogh; sniemmey: And the two ends of the two wreathen chains they fastened in the two ouches - As daa chione y daa link feeit ren ad sniemmey ’sy daa socket Bible; kianlt: a sword fastened upon his loins - fine kianlt er e veeghyn Bible; jeant shickyr: with a footstool of gold, which were fastened to the throne lesh stoyl-coshey dy airh, va jeant shickyr gys y stoyl-reeoil Bible; shickyraghey: Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? - Cre er ta ny undinyn echey er ny hickyraghey? Bible; eiyrit shickyr: and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies - as myr treinaghyn eiyrit shickyr liorish mainshtyryn y cho-chruinnaght Bible; lhian: there came a viper out of the heat, and fastened on his hand - haink ard-nieu ass y chiass, as lhian eh rish e laue. Bible
go up (v.) goll seose: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom; yrjaghey
his (pron) da; echey, echeysyn: His father was a nobleman - She dooinney-ooasle va'n ayr echey. JJK idiom; e: His house is very fine inside - Ta e hie feer stoamey cheusthie. JJK idiom; lesh: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom
sign1 cowraghey; cowreydagh; monney: That's a sure sign - Ta shen monney shickyr. DF idiom; cowrey: They say it's a sign of fine weather, in the morning - Ta feallagh gra dy nee cowrey emshir aalin eh, ayns y voghrey. JJK idiom
view1 baght; fakin; reayrt: Is there anything finer than this view? - Vel red erbee ny s'aaley ayn na'n reayrt shoh? JJK idiom; reayrtey; reayrtys; shilley: There is a beautiful view from Snaefell on a fine day - Ta shilley aalin veih Sniaul er laa aalin. JJK idiom; tuarym
gloo (=Ir. dluth) 1 close, close-grained, close-set, close-textured, dense, fine-drawn, firm, jam, serried, side bar, warp a: Loshtee eh eisht yn garmad shen, edyr gloo ny innagh Bible; 2 (as fog, forest) thick; 3 (of hedge) thickset; 4 (as weave) tight
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