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foayr benefaction, boon, discrimination, favour, interest, kindness, pleasure: ta mee nish er gheddyn foayr ayns y chilley eu Bible; goodness [M.E. favour]


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ayns ard-foayr highly favoured: Dy vannee dhyt's ta ayns ard-foayr ta'n Chiarn mayrt; bannit t'ou uss mastey mraane. PB1765

fer foayr wire puller

foayr cadjin popularity

beggan as foayr oc privileged few

cur foayr da favour

foayr y gheddyn find grace: lhig dooin foayr y gheddyn ayns shilley my hiarn Bible

favour (v.) cur foayr da, foayraghey, foayrail; foayral: Don't favour them - Ny jean foayral ad. DF idiom; (n.) foayr: He is restored to favour - Ta foayr echey reesht. DF idiom

wooiys (dy); (to) please: Son vel mee nish geearree foayr gheiney, ny foayr Yee? ny vel mee shirrey dy wooiys deiney? Bible

benefaction (n.) foayr; miallys

boon foayr; toyrtys

highly favoured ayns ard-foayr: Hail, thou that art highly favoured, - Dy vannee dhyts ta ayns ard-foayr Bible

wire puller (n.) fer foayr

discrimination (n.) foayr, geyre-chooishaght, reih, teiy

disfavour (n.) mee-foayr

find grace (v.) foayr y gheddyn

goodness1 (n.) mie, mienys; foayr: Lord, thou art God, and hast promised this goodness unto thy servant - uss y Jee, ter yialdyn y foayr shoh da dty harvaant Bible; foays; kenjallys: but that I believe verily to see the goodness of the Lord - agh dy vel mee dy shickyr credjal dy akin kenjallys y Chiarn Bible; mieys: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith - graih, boggey, shee, surranse- foddey, ymmyrkey meiygh, mieys, firrinys Bible

ingratiating (adj.) foayr-hirrey

popularity (n.) ennoilid, ennoilys, foayr cadjin

foayr-hirrey ingratiating

mee-foayr disfavour

kindness (n.) foayr, keainid, kenjallys, dooghys; chymmey

interest (n.) anaase; foayr; sym; use; (v.) cur parteeas da; er son foays

privileged few (npl.) beggan as ard chied oc, beggan as foayr oc

fer reill elder, ruler: Ta ymmodee shirrey foayr y fer-reill Bible; magistrate

pleasure (n.) eunys, foayr, gien, booiaghys; soailid; taitnys: I shall have the pleasure of seeing you next week, on Monday or Tuesday - Bee taitnys aym jeeaghyn shiu yn chiaghtyn shoh cheet, Jyluain ny Jymart. JJK idiom

aigney mie benevolence, good faith, goodwill: Myr shen yiow foayr, as aigney mie ayns shilley Jee as dooinney. Bible

ardscoill (f.) high school: T'eh jeeaghyn dy vel Gordon Wilson, ren goll dys Ardscoill Ghoolish, ny mast-oc shid syn SNP ta dy jeean ayns foayr jeh seyrsnys kiart. Carn

arreyder y phryssoon keeper of the prison: hug eh da foayr ayns shilley arreyder y phryssoon Bible

ashooneyr nationalist: Sy vlein 1893, va'n Commeeys Yernish currit er bun as haink ashooneyryn Yernagh dy ve ayns foayr jeh'n chengey. Carn

ashooneyryn nationalists: Sy vlein 1893, va'n Commeeys Yernish currit er bun as haink ashooneyryn Yernagh dy ve ayns foayr jeh'n chengey. Carn

bardagh 1 (n.) bard, poet a: Son shickyrys, ta'n bardagh R.S. Thomas ayns foayr jeu. Carn; 2 (adj.) bardic

barrooseyn coaches, buses: Ta'n reiltys ayns foayr jeh lessoonyn ayns scoillyn ec traa jinnairagh ny tra ta ny barrooseyn-scoill er ngoll magh ass! Carn

cha vel feme rish there's no need for it: As dooyrt eh, Cha vel feme rish, lhig dou foayr y gheddyn ayns shilley my hiarn. Bible

commishoon (pl -yn) commission: Ta'n SNP ayns foayr jeh brishey seose ny steatyn-thallooin mooarey as cur er bun commishoon-thallooin noa veagh genmyssey steatyn nagh vel goll er stiurey dy mie. Carn

co-obbragh co-operative: Va kuse dy Vritaanee ayns foayr jeh co-obbragh marish ny Germaanee Carn

cooyrtoil courteous, courtly, polite, refined, urbane: hooar mee freggyrt cooyrtoil ren soilshaghey magh dy vel yn MP ayns foayr jeh gagh red chesh-veanagh, prowaltyssyn keoi as ooilliu. Carn

cur coontey jeh describe, portray, qualify, report, sketch in: Lurg da'n Çhirveishagh Tashtee, Richard Corkill, cur coontey jeh'n chlaare argidoil, ren olteynyn jeh'n Chiare as Feed votal nuy-jeig gys nane ayns foayr jeh. BS

drogh-yantagh bad lot, wrongdoer: Lhig da foayr ve soilshit da'n drogh-yantagh Bible; culprit; offender; sinner

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

Frangagh (=Ir. Francach) (adj.) French, Gallic: ta'n reiltys Frangagh ayns foayr mooar jeh pooar chesh- veanagh. Carn; (n.) Frenchman, Frenchwoman

freggyragh amenable, answerable, congruent, consonant, liable, reactive, responsive: T'eh er vailleil dy gheddyn olteynyn dy liooar jeh'n Chiare as Feed dy votal ayns foayr jeh'n villey preevaadjagh echey cour jannoo yn Rheynn Arraghey freggyragh rish red noa. BS

jinnairagh 1 dine out; 2 (n.) diner; 3 (gen.) of dinner, prandial a: Ta'n reiltys ayns foayr jeh lessoonyn ayns scoillyn ec traa jinnairagh ny tra ta ny barrooseyn-scoill er ngoll magh ass! Carn

Kerrin y Valley market square: sheshaght ayns foayr jeh faaue dy lhisagh sthowran jeh'n ghraihder-heerey Manninagh Illiam Dhone goll er cur er mullagh Cooinaghtane Smelt, t'ayns Kerrin y Valley. BS

kiartey chore, job, task: Ta ram sleih credjal nagh vod oo geddyn kiartey mie ayns Bretin mannagh vel Bretnish ayd as mannagh vel oo ayns foayr jeh'n phossan shoh. Carn

kiondeeaght (f.) sovereignty, supremacy: Dooyrt O hEochaidh (as t'eh kiart, er lhiam) nagh beagh eh ayns foayr jeh coardailys erbee va baggyrt er kiondeeaght ny hErin. Carn

lught ynsee scholastic profession, teaching profession: Ta drogh ourys ec Bretnee dooie nagh vel y lught-ynsee slane ayns foayr jeh ynsaghey trooid Bretnish. Carn

neuchramp unsophisticated: Dooyrt eh dy nee cooish neuchramp t'ayn: eddyr ta sleih ayns foayr jeh, ny t'ad noi. BS

neugheynlagh undemocratic: Ta bing-choyrlee noa neugheynlagh, laadit noi'n gherrym-lhee, as kiaddit dy ve ayns foayr jeh Rheynn Slaynt as Shickyrys y Theay BS

noi shen contrariwise, conversely; against that: Va kuse dy Vritaanee ayns foayr jeh co-obbragh marish ny Germaanee, va kuse elley slane noi shen as va kuse elley foast eddyr oc. Bible

Rank (=Ir. Frainc) (Yn) France: Sy Rank neesht, ta'n reiltys dy bollagh ayns foayr jeh mooadaghey ny stashoonyn chesh-veanagh sy cheer. Carn

Shirveishagh Ynsee Minister for Education: Dooyrt y Shirveishagh Ynsee, Steve Rodan, dy vel y chooish shoh goll er resooney sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit lurg da tuarystal çheet magh v'ayns foayr jeh shey imbaghyn. BS

soaillaght (f.) idleness, indolence, slothfulness, sumptuousness: Son nagh jean foayr Yee oo y violagh gys litçheraght, cooinee dy vel soaillaght tilgey sleih ayns cadley trome CS

souree (f.) aestival, fairweather; (gen.) of summer: ta'n foayr echey myr bodjal y fliaghey souree Bible

spotcheraght (f.) jest, jesting, joke, joking: Agh va Burgess feer ghraihagh er spotcheraght as er cur-rish cluicyn brasnee noi deiney va er e churrym, as myr shen, v'eh cur foayr dy liooar er William as orrym-pene. Coraa

steatyn states: Ta'n SNP ayns foayr jeh brishey seose ny steatyn-thallooin mooarey as cur er bun commishoon-thallooin noa veagh genmyssey steatyn nagh vel goll er stiurey dy mie. Carn

unnaneyseyr unionist: she smooinaght jeianagh t'ayn dy chredjal nagh vel Unnaneyseyr erbee ayns foayr jeh Yernish. Carn

Voirrey (voc.) See Moirrey Mary: Ny bee aggle ort, O Voirrey son tou er gheddyn foayr veih Jee. Bible

approved coontit mie jeh; lowit; jeh goo mie: acceptable to God, and approved of men - ayns foayr rish Jee, as jeh goo mie mastey deiney Bible; soiaghey jeh: a man approved of God among you - dooinney ren Jee soiaghey jeh nyn mast' eu Bible

dollit magh abrogated, cancelled: Cre'n ennym v'er shoh choud as v'eh ayns foayr rish Jee, cha s'aym - gyn dooyt ve ennym mooar - agh nish t'eh dollit magh ass lioar y vea as goll fo ennym agglagh noidagh t'eh, myr Satan, moddey, dragon mooar, as jouyl, ard-nieu, lion, noid, as dunver dewil PC

olt (m., f.) See oltey pl. oltyn article, clause, commissure, connection, contribution, par, section; member: Cre'n vondeish ta liorish y ve Olt jeh Agglish Chreest? CS Cre'n resoon t'ayms dy chredjal dy vel mee m'Olt jeh'n Agglish, fakin dy vel whilleen foayr er ny yialdyn jee? CS; joint, limb, organ

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