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fir (n.) billey juys, juys

fir men: T'eh mastey ny fir share. DF


Inexact matches:

Douglas fir (n.) juys Ghoolish

Fir Hollow (n.) Lhaggagh Yuys

Fir Marsh (n.) Fir Moss

fir trees (npl.) biljyn-juys

hemlock fir (n.) juys emlogeagh

feohder fir manhater

fir arrane singers: Inshii e niist ny fyirr orayn as ny trumpeteryn : bii ully my uyskaghyn gell ueir anyds. Psalm1610

fir chaggee fighting men

fir chiaullee singers: hie paart jeh cloan Israel, as jeh ny saggyrtyn, as ny Leviteyn, ny fir chiaullee, ny porteryn, as ny Nethinimee seose gys Jerusalem Bible

fir ching heads, headmen: Ad shoh va deiney ooaslesy cheshaght, princeyn ayns tribe nyn ayraghyn, fir ching thousaneyn ayns Israel. Bible

fir choonee accessories: tra ta dooinney berchagh er duittym ta ymmodee fir choonee echey Apoc

fir-choyrlee argidoil financial consultants

fir ghoo black men; negroes

fir laare insides

Fir Moss Fir Marsh

fir oanluckee buriers: derrey ta ny fir oanluckee er noanluckey eh ayns coan Hamongog Bible

fir oik (npl.) officials: Ta Cymdeithas yr laith nish failley three fir oik dy obbraghey dy-kinjagh, as myr shen foddee ad jannoo tooilley as cosney smoo geill. Carn; officers; (n.) (the) quarterdeck

fir reill magistrates: As dinsh ny sidooryn shoh da ny fir reill Bible; rulers: fir-reill er keeadyn, fir reill er lieh-cheeadyn, as fir-reill er jeihghyn. Bible

fir vaghee inhabitants

fir-veanagh urrysaght insurance intermediaries

fir vooinjerey men servants: deie eh er jees jeh ny fir vooinjerey echey as er sidoor crauee jeusyn va dy kinjagh mygeayrt-y-mysh Bible

giense fir stag party

Colleish Reeoil ny Fir-lhee (f.) (The) Royal College of Physicians

cur fir oik er officer

Fir-reill yn Oik Postagh Post Office Authority

Sheshaght-Cheirdee ny Fir-vooghee (f.) Fire Brigades' Union

Sheshaght Fir-Oik y Reiltys Government Officers' Association

Shirveishee, Olteynyn as Fir-oik Ministers, Members and Officers

Slattyssyn ny Fir-lheihys Medical Acts

keeadyn hundreds: dy ve son fir-reill er thousaneyn, as fir-reill er keeadyn, fir-reill er lieh-cheeadyn, as fir-reill er jeihghyn.

officers (npl.) oaseiryn; offishearyn; stiurtyn; fir oik: The officers and the men - Ny fir oik as ny fir. DF idiom

fir-chaggee warriors: Ver ny choamrey ayns gorrym, captanyn, as fir-chaggee Bible

fir-cheirdey craftsmen: as cur cosney nagh nee beggan gys ny fir-cheirdey Bible

fir-vaghee inhabitants, inhabiters: shen-y-fa ta fir-vaghee ny hooirey losht Bible

jeihghyn tens: fir-reill er lieh-cheeadyn, as fir-reill er jeihghyn Bible

black men (npl.) fir ghoo

buriers (npl.) fir oanluckee

fighting men (npl.) fir chaggee

headmen (npl.) fir ching

insides (npl.) fir laare

magistrates (npl.) fir reill

manhater (n.) feohder fir

men servants (npl.) fir vooinjerey

negroes (npl.) fir ghoo

officials (npl.) fir oik

stag party (n.) giense fir

billey juys conifer, fir

fir-choyrlee counsellors: Fegooish coyrle ta kiarailyn deiney cheet gys veg: agh ayns ymmodee fir-choyrlee ta shickyrys. Bible; consultants

fir-failt employees: As quoi oo-hene, Achior, as fir-failt Ephraim, dy vel uss er n'adeyrys ny-mast'ainyn jiu Apoc

fir-gherjee comforters: Vel uss smooinaghtyn dy nee er graih dt'ayrey ta David er choyrt fir-gherjee hood's? Bible

fir-lhee doctors: T'ad ny smoo oolee na ny fir treih ren yn torchagh hene as ny fir lhee ren cooney lhieu - fir-lhee lhisagh ve ceaut magh ass nyn obbyr. Carn

fir-obbee sorcerers, wizards: Son cheu-mooie ta moddee, as fir-obbee, as maarderee, as dunveryn Bible

fir-traashtee treaders: cha jean ny fir-traashtee veg y feeyn y hraastey ayns nyn bressyn Bible

fir-ysseree soothsayers, sorcerers: doardee yn ree dy eamagh er ny deiney-creeney, as ny rollaageydee, as ny fir-ysseree Bible

juys emlogeagh hemlock fir

juys Ghoolish Douglas fir

Lhaggagh Yuys Fir Hollow

-lhee (suf.) clinical: T'ad ny smoo oolee na ny fir treih ren yn torchagh hene as ny fir lhee ren cooney lhieu - fir-lhee lhisagh ve ceaut magh ass nyn obbyr. Carn

assessors (npl.) fir-hessal

business community (n.) fir-ghellal

comforters (npl.) fir-gherjee

commentators (npl.) fir-vaght

consultants (npl.) fir-choyrlee

counsellors (npl.) fir-choyrlee; pleadeyryn

craftsmen (npl.) fir-cheirdey; keirdee

customers (npl.) fir-chionnee; custymeyryn

doctors (npl.) fir-lhee, mraane-lhee; doctoryn

doers (npl.) jeantee, fir-jannoo

financial consultants (npl.) fir-choyrlee argidoil

firefighters (npl.) fir-vooghee

inhabiters (npl.) fir-vaghee

insurance intermediaries (npl.) fir-veanagh urrysaght

intermediaries (npl.) fir-veanagh

kinsmen (npl.) deiney mooinjer, fir-vooinjerey

manservants (npl.) fir-vooinjerey

masculine women (npl.) mraane-fir

quarterdeck (npl.) (ny) fir oik; (n.) kione jerree

singers (npl.) arranee: So the singers, Heman, Asaph, and Ethan, were appointed - Myrgeddin va ny arranee, Heman Asaph, as Ethan, pointit Bible; arraneyderyn; fir arrane; fir chiaullee: Chenaniah the master of the song with the singers - Chenaniah mainshtyr yn arrane, marish ny firchiaullee Bible; kiaulleyderyn: Also the Levites which were the singers - Myrgeddin, ny Leviteyn, ny kiaulleyderyn Bible

soothsayers (npl.) faishnee, fir-ysseree

sorcerers (npl.) fir-obbee, fir-ysseree

teachers (npl.) fir-ynsee, mraane-ynsee

treaders (npl.) fir-traashtee

wizards (npl.) buitchyn; fir-obbee: neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them - chamoo eiyr-jee er fir-obbee, dy ve cleaynit lioroo Bible

draghtey draft, draw up: T'ee gra dy vel fir-oik Vannin er ve loayrt rish fir-oik sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit as y sarey treealit goll er draghtey. BS

fer-jannoo pl. fir-jannoo doer

fir-chionnee customers: Red arganagh, 'Lioar-oayllys ny Fir-chionnee', hug kied son troggal thieyn ec Cronk Murray dy chummal ayn BS

fir-ghellal business community

fir-hessal assessors

fir-hie husbands

fir-jannoo doers: JEAGHJI gy bii shiu firr jeanu dyn okyl, as ghanie e firr klastchen nolymarkan dan malle heyn. PB1610

fir-ny-failley employees

fir-obbree workers: Nish va kuse dy Vanninee ayn, eeasteyryn, seyir-thie, as eirinee lesh fir-obbree elley, bailloo goll tessyn y faarkey dys America Dhoor

fir-shaghryn foreigners: NISH ghanel shiu nan iorin, na nan firr shaghran: agh muinjer yn ayrd valley marish ny nuaghyn, as dy hyeius iih. PB1610

fir-tashtee treasurers: Eisht hug Nebuchadnezzar y ree chaghteraght dy haglym cooidjagh ny princeyn, ny kiannoortyn, ny captanyn, ny briwnyn, ny fir-tashtee, ny fir-choyrlee, ny toshee-yioarree Bible

fir-vaght commentators

fir-veanagh intermediaries

fir-vooghee firefighters

fir-vooinjerey kinsmen: As ta'n Chiarn dy mooar er vannaghey my vainshtyr; as t'eh er jeet dy ve pooaral: as t'eh er choyrt da shioltaneyn, as shellooyn, as argid, as airh, fir-vooinjerey, as sharvaantyn, camelyn, as assylyn. Bible; manservants

fir-ynsee teachers: Ta Davyth er nynsaghey Bretnish chammah as dy vel eh gobbyr myr fer-ynsee ayns scoill Vretnish faggys da balley Caernarfon. Carn

mraane-fir (f.) masculine women

accessories (npl.) cullee coonee; corylagh; fir choonee

diviners (npl.) fallogyssee: Therefore hearken not ye to your prophets, nor to your diviners - Shen-y-fa ny cur-jee geill da ny phadeyryn eu, ny da ny fallogyssee Bible; fir-obbee: For the idols have spoken vanity, and the diviners have seen a lie - Son ta ny jallooyn er loayrt fardalys, as ny fir-obbee er vakin breg Bible

Fire Brigades' Union (n.) Sheshaght-Cheirdee ny Fir-vooghee

Medical Acts (npl.) Slattyssyn ny Fir-lheihys

rulers (npl.) firreill, fir reill, reilltee; reiltee; mainshtyryn

treasurers (npl.) resowryn: make a decree to all the treasurers which are beyond the river - cur magh sarey da ooilley ny resowryn ta cheu elley jehn awin Bible; stiurtyn: And I made treasurers over the treasuries - As hoie mee stiurtyn harrish ny thieyn-stoyr Bible; fir-tashtee: the treasurers, the counsellors, the sheriffs - ny fir-tashtee, ny fir-choyrlee, ny toshee-yioarree Bible

workers (npl.) laboree; labreeyn; fir-obbree; (ny) hobbreeyn, obbreeyn

Government Officers' Association (n.) Sheshaght Fir-Oik y Reiltys

Ministers, Members and Officers (npl.) Shirveishee, Olteynyn as Fir-oik

Post Office Authority (n.) Fir-reill yn Oik Postagh

Royal College of Physicians (n.) (The) Colleish Reeoil ny Fir-lhee

chaggee of war: sheshaght vooar, as fir-chaggee niartal. Bible

chiaullee of music: greinyn bingys son ny fir-chiaullee Bible

eiyr-jee seek: chamoo eiyr-jee er fir-obbee Bible

faishnee soothsayers: Myrgeddin ny faishnee, as ny fir-obbee Bible

India India: fir reill ny cheeraghtyn, voish India gys Ethiopia

vir See fir (ny) gents, men: C'raad ta premmee ny vir? DF

employees (npl.) fir-failt, fir-ny-failley; obbreeyn: The employees live in - Ta ny hobbreeyn cadley sthie. DF idiom; failleydee

heads (npl.) king: The dogs have put their heads in the pot - Ta ny moddee er chur nyn ging 'sy phott. DF idiom; (people) leeideilee, fir ching

inhabitants (npl.) cummaltee: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; ynnydee; dream, fir vaghee, mooinjer, sleih

men1 (npl.) deiney: Religion makes men better - Ta craueeaght jannoo deiney ny share. JJK idiom; fir; (ny) vir

officer (v.) cur fir oik er; (n.) fer oik, oikagh, stuirt; offishear: He wants to be an officer - Saillish ve ny offishear. JJK idiom

ranks (npl.) roaghyn; rankyn; rhenkeyryn: Officers and other ranks - Fir oik as rhenkeyryn elley. DF idiom; straneyn: Close the ranks - Ny straneyn y ghooney. DF idiom

arraneyderyn singers: Nee fir chiaullee as arraneyderyn voish Mannin, Nalbin as Nerin, cloie kiaull as goaill arraneyn veih ny cheeraghyn Gaelgagh Dhoor

biljyn-juys fir trees: Myr shen hug Hiram da Solomon biljyn-cedar as biljyn-juys, cordail rish ooilley e yeearree. Bible

buitch (f.) pl. buitchyn witch: ny coyrt geill da traaghyn, ny fir-obbee, ny buitch Bible

buitchyn wizards: nee ad shirrey gys ny jallooyn, as gys fir-obbee, as gys fir-faishnee, as gys buitchyn Bible

carmeish (f.) awning, canvas, dodger, tarpaulin: va tree thousane dy gheiney gobbraghey ayns shen- shiolteyryn, eeasteyryn as ymmodee fir elley troggal baatyn, jannoo jeebin, shiaullyn as carmeish, as eer jannoo teidyn er y cheay Coraa

chaglymyn gatherings: Nee yn Cheshaght shoh niartaghey ny kianglaghyn eddyr ny brastylyn Gaelgagh, as reaghey coorseyn as chaglymyn son fir as mraane ynsee dy haraghey ny aghtyn ynsee oc. Dhoor

cheeraghtyn provinces: as ve scruit (cordail rish ooilley ny va Mordecai er harey) gys ny Hewnyn, as gys ny kiannoortyn, as ny briwnyn, as fir reill ny cheeraghtyn, voish India gys Ethiopia Bible

cosneyder earner, gainer, scorer; getter; winner: Reesht, veagh Adrian Archibald, cosneyder Formley Nane Jesarn, rachal noi fir goll rish John McGuinness as Ian Lougher. BS; acquirer

druaiaghtee enchanters: ny cur-jee geill da ny druaiaghtee, ny da ny fir-obbee eu Bible

erskyn dooghys supernatural: V'eh dy kinjagh ginsh dooin skeealyn mychione ny scaanjoonyn, ny mraane obbee, fir obbee, bugganeyn, drogh-spyrrydyn as ymmodee reddyn elley erskyn dooghys. CJ

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

fer (=Ir. fear) pl. fir bloke, chap, fellow, gentleman, individual, male, man, one: dagh fer y dooinney syrjey jeh kynney e ayraghyn Bible [O.Ir. fer]

fer craue bone setter: As ny troailtee, ta goll trooid y cheer tra hee-ys fer craue dooinney, eisht nee eh soiaghey seose cowrey liorish, derrey ta ny fir oanluckee er n'oanluckey eh ayns coan Hamon-gog. Bible

fer oik pl. fir oik officer, official: Fer oik cocheimagh er y cheu elley. DF

fer-reill = firreill, pl. fir reill governor, ruler: Ta ymmodee shirrey foayr y fer-reill Bible; conductor

fer vaghee pl. fir-vaghee inhabiter, sojourner: erson she jori mish mayrts as fervaghi : mar va m'aeraghyn ully. PB1610

gaauenyn smiths: fir-cheirdee as gaauenyn un thousane, ooilley ny va trean as aghtal son caggey Bible

gear (=Ir. geur) sour, stale: Ta Eleanor er jeet thie dy gheddyn meddyr dy vainney gear as bonnag dy arran corkey dy chur lhee gys ny fir va giarrey yn arroo Dhoor; sharp; spicy; laugh: Ny gear urree. JJK

giare-cheeayllagh halfwit, simple, simpleton, half-witted: T'eh cur shaghrynys er creenaght ny fir-choyrlee, as jannoo ny briwnyn giare-cheeayllagh. Bible

gyere rigid, rigorous, sharp, sour, tart: beem's my eanish gyere noi ny fir-obbee Bible

gyn moir motherless: Shen yn aght 'sy theihll shoh - shimmey peiagh kenjal as dooie gyn paitchyn erbee oc, as fir elley as cloan oc gyn moir dy kiarail er nyn son. Dhoor

harriu See harrishdiu over you: My ta fir-ynsee elley er ghoaill y phooar shoh harriu Bible

hrog lifted, raised: hrog ny fir-chiaullee nyn goraa seose dy ard Bible; builded; rose up; arose

huc to them: tayrnee ad huc hene ymmodee fir-ynsee Bible

juys (=Ir. guibhas) conifer, fir, pine, pine tree, pinewood: giare-ym sheese e viljyn thollee cedar, as e reih biljyn-juys Bible

keiltagh secret: jarrood ny v'er haghyrt ayns Nerin tammylt beg er dy henney, raad va Commeeys y Thallooin reaghey çhaglymyn foawragh er fud ny çheerey as sheshaghtyn keiltagh, myr sampleyr, ny Guillyn Baney as ny Fir Rybban NNS

leighalagh loyal: Va ny reddyn shoh goll er dy hollaghey fir politickagh Leighalagh. Carn

maddaght (=Ir. matamaitic) (f.) mathematics: As t'ad boirit nagh vel fir as mraane-ynsee dy liooar ayn son sheanse as maddaght. Carn

Mayrnt (f.) March: Ayns ny laghyn shen va faill eeckit da ny fir obbree er y ghowaltys daa cheayrt 'sy vlein - ayns Mayrnt as Mean Fouyir. Dhoor

meddyr (f.) mug: Ta Eleanor er jeet thie dy gheddyn meddyr dy vainney gear as bonnag dy arran corkey dy chur lhee gys ny fir va giarrey yn arroo Dhoor

meekeyragh peeping, wink: as jeh ny fir-obbee, ta meekeyragh as tassane Bible

mraane-lhee (f.) (female) doctors: Shegin da ny fir as mraane-lhee gra cre ny gonaghyn phrowys ad dy lheihys hoshiaght as cre ny gortaghyn vees faagit gyn lheihys ec y traa t'ayn Carn

mraane-ynsee (female) teachers: Bee feme son tooilley fir as mraane-ynsee Bretnish my vees bree currit da ny treealtyssyn shoh. Carn

nee (=Ir. an í, ) do, shall, shall do, shalt, will: nee eshyn thie y hroggal gys m'ennym's Bible; (emph.) is: Nee fir ynsee shiu? She. DF

oaseir pl. oaseiryn 1 overseer a: Ish ta fegooish leeideilagh, oaseir, ny fir-reill Bible; 2 superintendent, supervisor, warden; 3 guardian

Oie Jesarn (f.) Saturday night: Ta mee jerkal by bee giense ennagh goll er y oie Jesarn shen as foddee dy bee fir ny ghaa geearree dy hannaghtyn yn oie. Dhoor

piperyn pipers: cha bee kiaull claaseyderyn, as fir-chiaullee, as piperyn, as fir-chayrnee, arragh er ny chlashtyn Bible

quaiyllagh congressional; forensic: t'eh er ngoaill rish dy vel doilleeid ayn ayns Mannin, ta shen dy ghra, dy vel feanishee as fir vingagh goll er agglaghey roish my vel cooishyn quaiyllagh goaill toshiaght. BS

reaghey argid financing: Nee yn argid reaghey argid da fir-ynsee Bretnish veih Bretin gys Patagonia Dhoor

resowryn treasurers: ver-ym harryd myrgeddin fir-olk sheeoil, as resowryn ynrick. Bible; exactors

rollageydee stargazers: Lhig da nish ny fir-yssyree, ny rollageydee, as ny fallogyssee meeagh, shassoo seose Bible; astrologers

screeuaght (f.) literature: Agh tra ghow ad toshiaght mysh keead blein er dy henney dy chroo screeuaght noa, beign da fir screeuee caggey noi'n Victorianaghys as yn Agglish marish ooilley ny doilleeidyn elley. Carn

sheanse science: As t'ad boirit nagh vel fir as mraane-ynsee dy liooar ayn son sheanse as maddaght. Carn

spiceal embalm: ren ny fir-lhee corp Israel y spiceal Bible

spyrrydyn-faishnee familiar spirits: ren eh dellal rish spyrrydyn-faishnee, as rish fir-obbee Bible

sushtallee evangelists: dy ve sushtallee; as da paart, dy ve bochillyn as fir-ynsee Bible; gospellers

symney bann, citation, summons; (v.) convene, summon, cite, publish: ren eh symney cooidjagh ooilley e fir-oik Bible

'sy trass ynnyd thirdly: hoshiaght ostyllyn, ’sy nah ynnyd phadeyryn, ’sy trass ynnyd fir-ynsee Bible

craft1 (n.) keird: no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be - cha bee fir-cheirdey jeh keird erbee, arragh ry-gheddyn shall be found any more in thee Bible

cure castey: That will cure the pain - Nee shen castey y pian. DF idiom; chirmaghey; couyr; cur couyr da: They cannot cure it - Cha nod ad cur couyr da. DF idiom; kiarail anmey; lheihys: The doctors will never cure him - Cha jean ny fir-lhee dy-bragh lheihys eh. JJK idiom; lhiasaghey; sailley; lheeys: Cure for sickness - Lheeys noi chingys. DF idiom

foreigners (npl.) deiney quaagh: and foreigners entered into his gates - as hie deiney quaagh stiagh er e yiattyn Bible; joarreeyn; fir-shaghryn

governments (npl.) reiltyssyn; reilltee: miracles, then gifts of healings, helps, governments, diversities of tongues - lurg shen mirrilyn, eisht giootyn dy lheihys fir-choonee, reilltee, caghlaaghyn dy ghlare. Bible

howl (n.) (v.) gull: Howl, O gate; cry, O city - Gull, O yiat; yllee, O ard-valley Bible; (v.) gullal: lament and howl - jean-jee gullal as gluggernee; Bible; gullarnee, gullyrnee: Howl ye; for the day of the Lord is at hand - Jean-jee gullyrnee; son ta laa yn Chiarn ec laue Bible; dobberan: Therefore shall Moab howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa nee Moab dobberan son Moab Bible; yllee: Howl, ye ships of Tarshish - Yllee-jee, shiuish lhongyn Tarshish Bible; gluggernee: and all the inhabitants of the land shall howl - as nee ooilley fir-vaghee yn cheer gluggernee Bible; yllaghey: Therefore will I howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa trog-yms yllaghey son Moab Bible; geam: Cry and howl - Jean gyllagh as geam Bible

husbands fir-hie; sheshaghyn: thou art the sister of thy sisters, which lothed their husbands - tou uss shuyr dty hayraghyn, oc va dwoaie er nyn sheshaghyn Bible; deiney-poost: submit yourselves unto your own husbands - jean-jee shiu hene y injillaghey gys ny deiney-poost eu Bible

lordship (n.) chiarnaght; chiarnys: Ye know that they which are accounted to rule over the Gentiles exercise lordship over them - Ta fys eu dy vel fir-reill ny Hashoonee gymmyrkey chiarnys orroo Bible

of no value gyn feeuid; gyn-foaynoo: ye are all physicians of no value - ta shiu ooilley fir-lhee gyn-foaynoo Bible

presses (npl.) pressyn: the treaders shall tread out no wine in their presses - ch a jean ny fir-traashtee veg y feeyn y hraastey ayns nyn bressyn Bible

procrastinators (npl.) fallogyssee: Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up - hig da nish ny fir-yssyree, ny rollageydee, as ny fallogyssee meeagh, shassoo seose Bible

seek after (v.) geiyr er; geiyrt da: and have such pleasure in vanity, and seek after lying - as goaill lheid y taitnys ayns coyrleyn fardalagh as geiyrt da breagyn Bible; (impv) eiyr- jee er: neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them - chamoo eiyr-jee er fir-obbee, dy ve cleaynit lioroo Bible; shirrey lurg: to see if there were any that would understand, and seek after God - dy akin row veg jeu yinnagh toiggal, as shirrey lurg Jee Bible; shelg lurg: Let them be confounded, and put to shame, that seek after my soul - Bee ad er nyn gastey, as er nyn goyrt gys nearey, ta shelg lurg mannym Bible; jeeaghyn son: and the Greeks seek after wisdom - as ny Greekyn jeeaghyn son creenaght

victual (v.) cur bee da, geddyn bee, stoyral bee ayn; (n.) beaghey: And those officers provided victual for king Solomon - As chiare ny fir-oik shoh beaghey cour ree Solomon Bible

warriors (npl.) fir-chaggee; deiney-caggee: an hundred and fourscore thousand chosen men, which were warriors - keead as kiare-feed thousane reih deiney-caggee

ashleyderyn enchanters: Shen-y-fa ny cur-jee geill da ny phadeyryn eu, ny da ny fallogyssee, ny da ny ashleyderyn, ny da ny druaiaghtee, ny da ny fir-obbee Bible

bonnagyn buns: Ayns ny Inshyn Goal v'ad foast g'emnys Oie'l Verree 'Oidche nam Bannag' er yn oyr dy row possanyn dy 'fir-fuan' goll mygeayrt shirrey bee [bonnagyn], dagh fer coamrit ayns lheiney liauyr bane as edd ard er nyn gione neesht. Dhoor

breagagh bogus, delusive, extravagant, feigned, fictitious, illusive, imitation, mendacious, mock, pinchbeck, spurious, untrue, untruthful; lying: Ta'n cliwe er ny fir-faishnee breagagh Bible; false: Cha jean oo troggal, ny cur mygeayrt, goo breagagh Bible; (v.) lie: ta shin breagagh, as cha vel shin gra yn irriney Bible

butleryn cupbearers: as myr va ny fir-oik echey nyn soie, as stayd e hirveishee, as nyn goamrey, as ny butleryn, as ny greeshyn, orroo hie eh seose gys thie'n Chiarn

Cairbre Arbory: V'eh oanluckit ayns rhullick ny Skeerey Cairbre fastyr Jymayrt er giyn, laa fliugh as feayr, kionfenish ymmodee fir-mooinjerey, caarjyn as naboonyn Coraa

cannoo lust: V'ee er-cannoo lurg ny Assyrianee e naboonyn, captanyn as fir-reill, coamrit yindyssagh stoamey, markiagh er cabbil, ad ooilley deiney aegey aalin. Bible

cur bree da turn on: Geiyrt er Sostyn, ta Mannin er hee cur bree da slattys niartal noa vees cur yn ablid da fir-reiltys dy yeeaghyn er haghteraghtyn preevaadjagh jeh sorh erbee. BS

cur sannish da suggest: Nish ren nane jeh ny fir-toshee smoo niartal, enmyssit Guilleychollym, cur sannish da Sorley mychione yn argid shoh. Chron

cur shaghrynys er hallucinate; cast out, pervert, subvert, take away: T'eh jannoo gyn-bree glare ny fir-choyrlee, as cur shaghrynys er tushtey'n chenndeeaght. Bible; subverting

drogh hraghtey smuggle, smuggling: Haink ny fir-chustym lesh shilley orrin son dy yannoo shickyr nagh row shin son drogh hraghtey red erbee ass y cheer ocsyn. GK

Ewan Ewan: deiney lheid as Illiam y Radcliffe, Mark Braide, Juan y Geill, Doug y Karaghey, Leslie as Walter Quirk, Walter y Chleree, Chalse y Craine, Ewan y Christeen, as shiartanse dy fir elley, as b'yindyssagh dy jarroo yn obbyr va jeant oc y Ghaelg y 'reayll bio. LC

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

fer coyrlee pl. fir-choyrlee adviser, council, counsellor: Haink Joseph dy Arimathea, fer coyrlee ooasle, va myrgeddin eh-hene farkiaght son reeriaght Yee Bible

fer lhee (=Ir. fear leigh) pl. fir-lhee doctor, leech, medical practitioner, physician, surgeon: Son cha vel ayd fer-lhee dy dty choyrlaghey Bible

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