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foot1 bun: At the foot of the table - Ec bun y voayrd. DF idiom; cass: He couldn't stir a foot - Cha dod eh gleashagh cass. DF idiom; (n.) kass; trie: Three foot long - Tree trie er lhiurid. DF idiom; (v.) goll er chosh; cosh

foot2 (n.) (of cattle) crubbane


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bird's foot (n.) biddee; croag eairkan; eairkan y Jouyll

bird's-foot trefoil (n.) crouw cheyt Rangagh, crouw chiyt, crouw chiyt Rangagh

calf's-foot jelly (n.) gleiy crub lheiyee

club foot (n.) cass cham, spaag

crow's foot (n.) cass guiy

cubic foot (n.) trie chioobagh

dove's foot (n.) lus ny freenaghyn mooarey, lus ny h-ashlish

duck's foot (n.) cass hunnag, lus y nieu

flat foot spaagagh

foot lathe (n.) deill coshey

foot pace (n.) keim choshey

foot passenger (n.) coshee

foot race (n.) ratch coshey

foot rule (n.) trie-howshan

Giant's Foot (n.) Cass y Foawr

goose foot (n.) crub guoiee

hare's foot (n.) lus ny mwoie

six foot shey trieyn

square foot (n.) trie cherrinagh

trench foot (n.) cass volkit

wooden foot (n.) cass vaidjey

ball of the foot (n.) ooyl ny coshey

foot and mouth (n.) chingys yn ollee, gorley crubbane as beeal

foot of bed (n.) sthock

foot of bird (n.) spaag

foot of sail (n.) boyn

Foot of the Flat (n.) Cosh ny Faaie

Foot of the Mill (n.) Cass y Mwyllin

Foot of the Mountain (n.) Boyn ny Beinney

Foot of the Ridge (n.) Cass yn Dreeym

Foot of the River (n.) Cass ny h'Awin

Foot of the Stream (n.) Cass Strooan

Foot of the Turbary (n.) Cosh ny Moaney, Cosh ny Moanagh, Cosh ny Moanee

Foot of the Waters (n.) Cosh ny h'Ushtaghyn

from head to foot voish king gys coshey

hare's foot clover (n.) cass mwaaee

Hill Foot Wood (n.) Keyll yn Cosheraght

marsh bird's-foot trefoil (n.) crouw chiyt ny gurreeyn, crouw-cheyt ny curreeyn

Mountain Foot Enclosure (n.) Close Fo Lieau

of the foot coshey: The heel of the foot - Boyn ny coshey. DF idiom

push with foot breb; brebbal; brebbey

slender bird's foot trefoil (n.) crouw cheyt Rangagh

sole of the foot (n.) boyn ny coshey

thick of foot cheeid; riurid ny coshey

walking on the whole of the foot (adj.) trie-hooyllagh

biddee bird's foot

cass guiy (f.) crow's foot

cass volkit (f.) trench foot

croag eairkan bird's foot

crubbane (of cattle) foot; trotter; paw

crub guoiee goose foot

goll er chosh foot

ratch coshey foot race

spaag (=Ir. spag) (f.) pl. spaagyn foot of bird, hoof; paw: As cre-erbee ta goll er e spaagyn, mastey ooilley ny beiyn kiare-cassagh Bible; club foot, clubfoot; club; (of clock) finger, hand; (cards) club; paddle, spattle: bee spaag ayd er dty lorg Bible; claw

trie cherrinagh (f.) square foot

trie chioobagh (f.) cubic foot

trie-howshan (f.) foot rule

foot-fault foill coshey

foot-lock eiy

foot-muff (n.) follaghan coshey

foot-pound (n.) triephunt

foot-poundal (n.) triephuntane

foot-rot (n.) loauys choshey

foot-soldier (n.) sidoor coshey

foot-warmer (n.) chiowder coshey

cass cham club foot, clubfoot

cass mwaaee (f.) hare's foot clover

Cass y Foawr Giant's Foot

chiowder coshey foot-warmer

crouw chiyt (f.) bird's-foot trefoil

eairkan y Jouyll bird's foot

eiy (f.) foot-lock

foill coshey foot-fault

follaghan coshey foot-muff

keim choshey (f.) foot pace, footstep

loauys choshey (f.) foot-rot

lus ny mwoie (f.) hare's foot

lus y nieu (f.) duck's foot

spaagagh flat foot, flat-footed, splay-footed

triephunt foot-pound

triephuntane foot-poundal

Boyn ny Beinney Foot of the Mountain

brebbey kick, kicking, push with foot

cass hunnag (f.) duck's foot, lady's mantle

Cass ny h'Awin Foot of the River

Cass Strooan Foot of the Stream, Stream End

cass vaidjey (f.) pegleg, wooden-handled, wooden leg, wooden foot

Cass y Mwyllin Foot of the Mill

Cass yn Dreeym Foot of the Ridge

chingys yn ollee (f.) foot and mouth

Close Fo Lieau Mountain Foot Enclosure

Cosh ny Faaie Foot of the Flat

Cosh ny h'Ushtaghyn Foot of the Waters

Cosh ny Moanagh Foot of the Turbary

Cosh ny Moanee Foot of the Turbary

Cosh ny Moaney Foot of the Turbary

crouw-cheyt ny curreeyn (f.) marsh bird's-foot trefoil

crouw chiyt Rangagh (f.) bird's-foot trefoil

deill coshey (f.) foot lathe, treadle lathe

gleiy crub lheiyee (f.) calf's-foot jelly

Keyll yn Cosheraght Hill Foot Wood

lus ny freenaghyn mooarey (f.) crane's bill, dove's foot

lus ny h-ashlish (f.) crane's bill, dove's foot, geranium

ooyl ny coshey ball of the foot

riurid ny coshey thick of foot

sidoor coshey foot-soldier, infantryman, unmounted soldier

breb kick, push with foot: Vreb eh 'sy thoyn eh DF

cheeid (f.) (of smoke) density; thickness, thick of foot: va'n cheeid echey lheead-bass Bible; grossness

cosh (=Ir. cos.) foot, under: hass shiu ec cosh y clieau Bible

coshee foot passenger, pedestrian, walker: feed thousane deiney coshee Bible

crouw cheyt Rangagh (f.) bird's-foot trefoil, slender bird's foot trefoil

crouw chiyt ny gurreeyn (f.) marsh bird's-foot trefoil

shey trieyn six foot: Ta'n boayrd shoh shey trieyn er lhiurid. JJK

trie-hooyllagh plantigrade, walking on the whole of the foot

voish king gys coshey cap-a-pie, from head to foot

heel (n.); boyn: The heel of the foot - Boyn ny coshey. DF idiom; saayl; (v.) cur lhong er e cheu, leaystey

ox (n.) dow: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom

someone (n.) peiagh ennagh: Someone stepped on my foot - Ren peiagh ennagh shassoo er my chass. DF idiom

stamp builley coshey; clouag; cowrey; stamp: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; (v.) cowraghey, cur clouag er, inganey, stampey

wash6 (v.) (of person) oonley; (to); (dy) oonlagh: Thou shalt also make a laver of brass, and his foot also of brass, to wash withal - Nee oo myrgeddin tobbyr prashey, as e chass myrgeddin dy phrash, dy oonlagh ayn Bible

boyn (=Ir. bonn) (f.) pl. boynyn, boynnyn 1 heel a: nee ad croymmey sheese ec boyn dty choshey Bible; 2 foot of sail, tread of shoe; 3 (of window) basement; 4 medal

boyn ny coshey sole of the foot: Veih boyn ny coshey eer gys y chione cha vel slaynt erbee ayn Bible

brebbal 1 kick, push with foot, boot a: S'doillee dhyt brebbal noi ny jilg. Bible; 2 twitch, waver

coshey unmounted; (gen.) of the foot: va nyn ordaagyn laue as coshey giarit jeu Bible

fardailagh frivolous, trifling, trivial; vile; (of hope) vain, fruitless, futile, unavailing: prowee Michael Foot reesht dy yannoo Slattys Jee-veanaghey elley breeoil, agh gyn ourys bee shoh fardailagh neesht. Carn; (of words) empty

gorley crubbane as beeal foot and mouth: Ta eshyn er loayrt magh dy lajer noi polaseeyn y Reiltys cour freayll y gorley crubbane as beeal ass Mannin. BS

kass foot: Sooill son sooill, feeackle son feeackle, laue son laue, kass son kass Bible

prowee will try: prowee Michael Foot reesht dy yannoo Slattys Jee-veanaghey elley breeoil, agh gyn ourys bee shoh fardailagh neesht. Carn

shaghryn error, transgression: Ren shoh soilshaghey magh nagh vel Foot toiggal monney mychione cooishyn Yernagh as dy vel eh er ny leeideil er shaghryn ec ny breagyn ta cheet gagh laa veih'n chellooish, radio as veih ny pabyryn Sostnagh. Carn

sthock 1 pl. sthockyn butt-end, chimney stack, foot of bed, livestock, pack of cards, post, scape, winter store, stem; 2 stock a: hug eh eh ayns ny sthockyn va liorish ard-yiat Venjamin Bible

trie (f.) pl. trieghyn, trieyn foot, sole, twelve inches: cha der-yms diuish wheesh lheead trie jeh'n cheer oc Bible

black1 doo: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; ghoo: in the black and dark night - ayns fastyr yn oie ghoo ghorraghey Bible; gorrym; dooey; (v.) dooghey, dullyraghey; gobbal

shall tread stampee: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months. - as yn ard-valley casherick stampee ad fo-chosh daa vee as da-eed Bible; stampys: for it is he that shall tread down our enemies - son she eshyn stampys sheese nyn noidyn Bible

shot1 glackey; orraghey: Without firing a shot - Gyn orraghey y lhiggey. DF idiom; orraghit; polt; lhig: They shot them on sight - Lhig ad orroo ec y chied hilley. DF idiom; lhiggit: His foot was shot off - Va'n chass echey lhiggit jeh. DF idiom

stumble (v.) snapperal: and thy foot shall not stumble - as dty chass cha jean snapperal Bible; skyrraghtyn: when thou runnest, thou shalt not stumble - tra tou roie, cha jean oo skyrraghtyn Bible; leaystey: they err in vision, they stumble in judgment - tad mollit ayns ashlish, tad leaystey ayns briwnys Bible

bun (=Ir. bun) author, basis, details, origin, original, prime, principle, raw material, stem, stool: as vrish eh ad ec bun y clieau Bible; derivation, explanation, interpretation, meaning: dinsh shin da, as hug eh bun dooin er ny dreamalyn ain Bible; (of storm) eye, heart, root cause; base, bottom, foot, root, foundation, source, sole, underneath; end; dope, news; stump: va kione Dagon as e ghaa laue brisht jeh er sole y dorrys; cha row agh bun Dagon er-mayrn Bible; butt

cass (=Ir. cos, Sc.G. cas) (f.) pl. cassyn See kass bottom, foot, leg, peg: As woaill eh ad rass as cass Bible; (of feather) barrel; (of river) meander, mouth, outlet: Cass ny hawin. DF; (of pipe) stem; (of whip) crop; handle, hilt, shaft, stalk: shegin da ve êillit lesh yiarn, as cass shleiy Bible [O.Ir. cos]

leeideil er shaghryn misdirect, misdirection, mislead: Ren shoh soilshaghey magh nagh vel Foot toiggal monney mychione cooishyn Yernagh as dy vel eh er ny leeideil er shaghryn ec ny breagyn ta cheet gagh laa veih'n chellooish, radio as veih ny pabyryn Sostnagh. Carn

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