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foaynoo avail, availment, consequence, essence, fame, fettle, function, import, importance, order, reputation, state, utility, value, worth: bee ad er beggan foaynoo dhyt. Bible; (sport.) form; condition

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foaynoo doaie condition

foaynoo mooar renown: Ben ayns Fistard jeh foaynoo mooar. DF

gyn foaynoo trivial; useless, worthless: Cur-my-ner, reddyn gyn veg shiu, as gyn foaynoo nyn obbyr: dwoaiagh ta eshyn ta goaill taitnys ayndiu. Bible

cur gys foaynoo utilization

drogh foaynoo er unfit: Ta drogh foaynoo er jiu. DF

jeh beggan foaynoo fameless: bee ooilley ny princeyn eck jeh beggan foaynoo. Bible

jeh foaynoo mooar celebrated, fabled, famed, renowned, reputable, tipped: Ben ayns Fistard jeh foaynoo mooar. DF

avail baardagh; chyndaa gys vondeish; foaynoo: Of little avail - Jeh beggan foaynoo. DF idiom; vondeishal

utility (n.) foaynoo: It is of great utility - Ta foaynoo mooar ayn. DF idiom; foays; vondeish; ymmydoilid

availment (n.) foaynoo

condition1 (n.) doaie; stayd: The condition which prevails in France - Yn stayd ta goaill niart 'sy Rank. DF idiom; foaynoo: What condition is he in? - Cre'n foaynoo t'er? DF idiom

consequence (n.) eiyrtys, foaynoo, scansh

essence (n.) bree, foaynoo, tharrey

fettle doaie; foaynoo

form6 (sport.) foaynoo

importance (n.) bree; foaynoo: Woman of great importance - Ben jeh foaynoo mooar. DF idiom; frioose; scansh: It is of the utmost importance - Jeh'n scansh smoo t'eh. DF idiom; trimmid

unfit1 anchooie; aslayntagh: He is unfit - T'eh aslayntagh. DF idiom; drogh foaynoo er: He is unfit - Ta drogh foaynoo er. DF idiom; neuchooie

fabled (adj.) far-skeealagh; jeh foaynoo mooar

famed (adj.) ard-ennymagh, jeh foaynoo mooar

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

reputable (adj.) ard-ghooagh, jeh foaynoo mooar

tipped1 jeh foaynoo mooar; teaumit

utilization (n.) cur gys foaynoo, ymmyd

gyn-foaynoo of no value: t'ad genmys adsyn jeeghyn ta obbyr laueyn deiney, airh as argid cummit dy schleïoil, as co-chaslys dy chretooryn, ny red gyn-foaynoo dy chlagh, obbyr shenn laue aghtal. Apoc

celebrated cummit; ennymoil; imraagh; jeh foaynoo mooar

fameless (adj.) anghooagh; jeh beggan foaynoo; neu-ennymagh

renown (gen.) ard-ennym, ard-ghoo, foaynoo mooar, tastoilid; ennym ooasle

renowned (adj.) ard-ennymagh, ennymoil, jeh foaynoo mooar

trivial (adj.) fardailagh, gyn foaynoo, jeh beggan scansh, neuscanshoil

useless (adj.) dyn ymmyd, neuymmydagh, neuymmydoil, gyn foaynoo, neuchlaghtagh, lag-lauee

Fistard Fish Garth: Ben ayns Fistard jeh foaynoo mooar. DF [Scand]

function (n.) cruinnaght, currym, foaynoo; curmeyder: I differentiated the function - Dughtee mee y curmeyder. DF idiom; (v.) obbraghey

import cooid kionnit stiagh; cur lesh stiagh, kionnaghey stiagh, ymmyrkey stiagh; foaynoo, keeayll; keeayllaghey

reputation (n.) ambee; ard-ghoo: a doctor of the law, had in reputation among all the people - fer-ynsee jehn leigh, ayns ard-ghoo mastey ooilley yn pobble Bible; goo; foaynoo

value (v.) cur leagh er, feeaghey, priceil, prioseil; (n.) feeagh; foaynoo; frioose, prioseilaght, towse; feeuid: When you're well, you little know the value of health - Tra ta fer slane; s'beg shione da feeuid slaynt. JJK idiom

worthless1 (adj.) gyn feeuid, gyn foaynoo; neufeeu: It was worthless from the word go - V'eh neufeeu veih'n toshiaght. DF idiom

er beggan on a small scale: Ver-yms briaght er dty ynrickys, as dty obbraghyn; son bee ad er beggan foaynoo dhyt. Bible

froaish (f.) brag, egotism, panache, swagger, swank: As lhig dauesyn jannoo ram froaish as ard-haggloo Mychione nyn Giannoortys, nyn Jeer as e foaynoo Coraa

fame (n.) ard-ennym, ard-ghoo, foaynoo; goo: And the fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh's house - As va goo jeh shoh er ny chlashtyn ayns thie Pharaoh Bible; goo mie: I will get them praise and fame in every land - cosne-yms daue moylley as goo mie, ayns dy chooilley heer Bible; goo mooar: for we have heard the fame of him - son ta shin er chlashtyn jeh e ghoo mooar Bible

order ayns shayll, order, reaghey; cur ayns oardagh, cur sarey da, gra, oardaghey; dy lieragh; foaynoo; oardagh: It's out of order - Cha nel eh ayns oardagh. JJK idiom; oardrailys: Pecking order - Ordrailys spulgee. DF idiom; oardreilys; oardyr, ordyr; reajid; reajys; reill; reir; reirey; rere; rick; sarey; goardrail; oardee

state (v.) abbyr, gra; (n.) ashoon; cheer: Every state was represented - Va chaghter ass gagh cheer ayn. DF idiom; state; staydoilys: We dined in state - Dee shin ayns staydoilys. DF idiom; foaynoo; stayd: I want to hear the actual state of things - Saillym clastyn stayd firrinagh ny reddyn. DF idiom; stait: Divorce church from state - Yn agglish y scarrey veih'n stait. DF idiom; steat: Weighed down with the affairs of state - Laadit lesh currymyn steat. DF idiom

worth feeagh: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom; feeu: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom; feeuid; foaynoo; leagh; sheeagh


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