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fine1 (adj.) braew, fine, keyl, meein; stoamey: I wish the weather were fine - Saillym dy beagh yn emshir aalin. JJK idiom; (v.) cur final er, cur ooley er, final; (n.) ooley, uail

fine2 (to touch) meeley

fine3 (of cereals) mynlagh

fine (=Ir. faighin) (f.) quiver, scabbard, sheath: va cliwe ayns fine kianlt er e veeghyn Bible; vagina; fine


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fine arts (npl.) (the); (ny) h-ellynyn ooasle

fine flour (n.) flooyr meein

fine linen (n.) aanrit keyl

fine perspective (n.) reayrt braew, reayrt mie

fine riddle (n.) ridlan meen

fine sand (n.) geinnagh meein

Fine Shrubbery (n.) Garee Meen

fine sieve (n.) creear meein

fine-toothed comb (n.) kere veein

fine vellum (n.) crackan screeuee meein

fine velum (n.) paar meein

fine weather (n.) aalican

fine Frangagh condom, French letter

fine mair finger stall

fine ordaag thumb stall

lane fine quiverful

skynn fine (f.) sheath-knife

very fine ash (n.) joan

cur ayns fine sheathe, sheathing

tayrn ass y fine unsheathe

The Isle of Man Fine Art and Industrial Guild (n.) Guild Ellyn Jesh as Jeidjys Ellan Vannin

condom (n.) fine Frangagh

finger stall (n.) fine mair

French letter (n.) fine Frangagh

quiverful (n.) lane fine

scabbard (n.) fine, laan

sheath (n.) fine: and will draw forth my sword out of his sheath - as tayrn-ym my chliwe ass e fine, Bible; trealy

sheathe (v.) cur ayns fine

sheathing (v.) cur ayns fine

sheath-knife (n.) skynn fine

thumb stall (n.) fine ordaag

creear meein fine sieve

cur final er fine

cur ooley er fine

final fine

Garee Meen Fine Shrubbery

geinnagh meein fine sand

h-ellynyn ooasle (ny); (the) fine arts

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

paar meein fine velum

reayrt braew fine perspective

ridlan meen fine riddle

fine-drawn gloo; keyl-chooishagh; taynrit

fine-spun keyl-chooishagh; keyl-sneeuit

quiver (n.) bolg-side, fine, quiver; (v.) er-creau

unsheathe (v.) tayrn ass y fine

vagina (n.) cuinnag, fine, pihtt, pitt

crackan screeuee meein fine vellum

keyl-chooishagh fine-drawn, fine-spun

keyl-sneeuit fine-spun

taynrit fine-drawn

kere veein (f.) fine-toothed comb, small-toothed comb

aanrit keyl cambric, fine linen, lawn: jeih curtanyn dy aanrit keyl feeit Bible

reayrt mie fine perspective: Ta reayrt mie ass yn thie shoh. DF

arrayed (v.) choamree: and arrayed him in vestures of fine linen - as choamree eh eh ayns garmadyn sheeidey Bible; coamrit: being arrayed in white linen - coamrit ayns aanrit gial Bible

banks (npl.) brooinyn: 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

beautiful (adj.) aalin: There is a beautiful view from Snaefell on a fine day - Ta shilley aalin veih Sniaul er laa aalin. JJK idiom; bwaagh; bwoyagh

before him roish: A fine future lies before him - Ta seihll braew roish. DF idiom; roishyn; fosyn

boxer (n.) doarneyr: He is a fine boxer - T'eh ny ghoarneyr braew. DF idiom

chop1 craue keeilley; puiss; mynney; (v.) giare: Chop it fine - Giare eh dy meen. DF idiom

embroider (v.) breckey, jannoo grease, laatchey; broaidrail: And thou shalt embroider the coat of fine linen - As nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible; (story) daaghey skeeal

fastened upon kianlt er: and upon it a girdle with a sword fastened upon his loins in the sheath thereof - as er e chryss va cliwe ayns fine kianlt er e veeghyn Bible

hair2 (n.) (of animal) geaysh: And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair - As gorrym, as purple, as scarleod, as aanrit keyl, as geaysh ghoair Bible

headmaster (n.) ard 'er-ynsee: The school boasts a fine headmaster - S'braew yn ard 'er-ynsee t'ec y scoill. DF idiom; ard-vainshtyr

inside (n.) cheu asstan, cheu sthie, cheu-astan; (prep.) sthie, stiagh; cheusthie: His house is very fine inside - Ta e hie feer stoamey cheusthie. JJK idiom

learning lioaraght; scoill; ynsagh: Learning is the fine clothing of the rich man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh. DF idiom; gynsagh: Learning to talk - Gynsagh loayrtys. DF idiom

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

of autumn (gen.) fouyir: What a fine autumn day! - Cre'n laa fouyir aalin t'ayn! JJK idiom

of hair (gen.) fuilt: He has a fine head of hair - Ta chione mie fuilt echey. DF idiom

opening (n.) doarlish; toshiaght; caa: Fine opening for a young man - Caa mie da dooinney aeg. DF idiom; (v.) fosley

wallflower (n.) blaa boalley; blaa Feill' Eoin: Here's a fine wallflower - Er hoh blaa Feaill' Eoin aalin. JJK idiom; lus yn voalley

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

braew 1 fine, handsome, nice, splendid a: Va'n moghrey kiune as braew DF; 2 brave; 3 precious, rare

flooyr meein fine flour: keeakyn jeant lesh ooil, dy flooyr meein, er nyn fryal. Bible

Guild Ellyn Jesh as Jeidjys Ellan Vannin The Isle of Man Fine Art and Industrial Guild

joan (=Ir. deannach) dust, very fine ash: T'eh troggal seose y boght ass y joan Bible [O.Ir. dend]

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]

kianlt er bound upon: As va coamrey Yoab v'eh er choyrt mysh cryssit er, as er e chryss va cliwe ayns fine kianlt er e veeghyn, as myr v'eh goll huitt y cliwe ass. Bible; fastened upon; imposed

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]

meeley bland, delicate, gentle, mangling, moisten, silky, smooth, soft, soft-spoken, yielding: Ta ansoor meeley meeinaghey corree Bible; (to touch) fine; sedate

ooley determination, estimate, estimation, fine: rea gyn lheamys ass y chioltane, marish yn ooley, son oural-loght gys y taggyrt Bible

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

uail disservice, fine, injury, penalty, privation, ruination: Ta chengey chooyl-chassidagh er n'eebyrt magh eer mraane mie voish nyn gummallyn, as er hayrn orroo uail nyn gooid. Apoc

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 sniemmeysy 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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