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fliugh (=Ir. fliuch) COMPARE fluigh dank, humid, inclement, marshy, soggy, swampy, wet: T'ad fliugh lesh frassyn ny sleityn Bible; (of potatoes) watery; (of potatoes) waxy [O.Ir. fliuch]


Inexact matches:

ceau fliugh-niaghtee sleet

clabbag fliugh (f.) packing sheet, wet pack

cray fliugh (f.) pug

emshyr fliugh (=Ir. aimsair fhliuch) wet weather

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

fliaghey fliugh drenching rain

fliugh baiht wet through, wringing wet

Garee Fliugh Wet Shrubbery

imbagh fliugh wet season

sniaghtey fliugh sleet: T'eh ceau sniaghtey fliugh nish. DF

fliugh ny hrooid sopping wet, wet through: V'eh fliugh ny hrooid. DF

slaa paagyn fliugh er beslobber

wet through fliugh baiht; fliugh ny hrooid

sleet (v.) ceau fliugh-niaghtee; (n.) fliugh-niaghtee, sniaghtey fliugh

dank (adj.) fliugh, tash

humid (adj.) fliugh; tash

packing sheet (n.) clabbag fliugh

pug (n.) cray fliugh; smutvoddey

sodden (adj.) feer fliugh

soggy (adj.) baiht; fliugh; tash

swampy (adj.) fliugh, ushlagh

very wet feer fliugh

watery5 (adj.) (of potatoes) fliugh

waxy1 (adj.) kereagh, fliugh

waxy2 (adj.) (of potatoes) fliugh

wet pack (n.) clabbag fliugh

Wet Shrubbery (n.) Garee Fliugh

wet weather (n.) emshyr fliugh

beslobber (v.) slaa paagyn fliugh er

drenching rain (n.) fliaghey fliugh; fliugh-liaghee

glazed frost (n.) fliugh-rio

inclement (adj.) dewil, fliugh, meehroccairagh, sterrymagh

soaked fliugh-vaiht

watery-mouthed fliugh-veellagh

wet bulb (n.) fliugh-volgan

fliugh-liaghee drenching rain

fliugh-niaghtee sleet

fliugh-rio glazed frost

fliugh-vaiht soaked, soaking, sopping wet

fliugh-veellagh watery-mouthed

fliugh-volgan wet bulb

marshy (adj.) claddee, curree, fliugh, lappagh, slappagh, ushlagh

sopping wet fliugh ny hrooid; fliugh-vaiht

wet1 fliaghagh; fliaghey; fliugh, fluigh; fliughey; fliughys; ushlagh

wet season (n.) imbagh fliaghee, imbagh fliugh

wringing wet fliugh baiht; lane ushtey; sheeley ushtey

soaking fliugh-vaiht; fliughit ny hrooid; soo; sooghey

dark1 conghorraghey; doo; dorraghey: The wet night is dark - Ta'n oie fliugh dorraghey. DF idiom; froshagh; grouw; keeir

stand without (v.) shassoo mooie: it is a time of much rain, and we are not able to stand without - tan emshyr feer fliugh, as cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie Bible

Arragh (=Ir. Earach) (Yn) Spring, Springtime: tra ta ny froggyn breh ayns lhiatteeyn yn poyll, te cowrey jeh arragh fliugh. EF

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

claddagh pl. claddeeyn bank, beach, land by a river, littoral, polder, river bank: Ta claghyn, shillee as genniagh ayn, Yn famlagh fliugh, cha nel eh goan, As er ny niee liorish yn tonn, Skeabys claddagh Loch Linne. Dhoor; marsh

eirinagh (n.) agriculturalist, farmer: va'n emshyr tashagh as va shin ooilley fliugh tra raink shin yn thie eirinagh, boayl hannee shin. Carn; (adj.) agricultural

fluigh COMPARE fliugh :1 wet: ren eh gyndyr er faiyr myr ny dew, as va e chorp fluigh lesh druight yn aer; derrey hooar eh toiggal, dy vel y Jee smoo syrjey reill ayns reeriaght deiney Bible

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

Mee s'jerree yn ouyir October: Ayns mee s'jerree yn Ouyir, tra d'aase ny laghyn ny s'girrey, feayr as fliugh, cha row mee dy mennick ec y Whallag as cha row monney obbyr goll er ec Ballaskeig Dhoor

obbyr laa (f.) day labour: Agh ta'n pobble ymmodee, as ta'n emshyr feer fliugh, as cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie, chamoo ta shoh obbyr laa ny jees, son ta shin ymmodee t'er ny ve kyndagh 'sy chooish shoh. Bible

Purtree (f.) Portree: Va'n emshir feer fliugh ayns Purtree myr t'ee dy mennick as va shin bunnys baiht ec y fiiaghey, agh foast er y cheiy va ram sleih fuirraghtyn rooin, fliaghey ny dyn. GK

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

shillee (f.) building aggregate, gravel, pebbles, shingle: Ta claghyn, shillee as genniagh ayn, Yn famlagh fliugh, cha nel eh goan, As er ny niee liorish yn tonn, Skeabys claddagh Loch Linne. Dhoor

Slaynt Vie (intj) Good Health: Slaynt vie, bea veayn, beeal fliugh as baase ayns Mannin. DF; Cheers

Sounaghyn Novembers: va ny Sounaghyn fliugh as feayr, as ren y fouyr failleil Dhoor

tashagh muggy: Tra daag shin Purt Le Moirrey, va'n emshyr tashagh as va shin ooilley fliugh tra raink shin yn thie eirinagh, boayl hannee shin. Carn

thie eirinagh farm house, grange: Tra daag shin Purt Le Moirrey, va'n emshyr tashagh as va shin ooilley fliugh tra raink shin yn thie eirinagh, boayl hannee shin. Carn

bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

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