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foshlit (=Ir. oscailte) 1 agape, ajar, blatant, downright, exploded, exposed, extrovert, forthcoming, free-spoken, open, open-necked, overt, patent, public, unfastened, unobstructed, unsealed a: va uinniagyn yn aer foshlit. Bible; 2 (as credit) blank


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arcaid foshlit (f.) loggia

block foshlit snatch block

breeockle foshlit low vowel, open vowel

bus foshlit mammy-wagon

carriads foshlit chaise

cassan foshlit right of way

cassanyn foshlit public rights of way

dy foshlit avowedly, frankly, professedly: hoilshee eh daue, kys v'eh er vakin y Chiarn er y raad, as dy row eh er loayrt rish, as kys v'eh er preacheil dy dunnal as dy foshlit ec Damascus ayns ennym Yeesey. Bible; above board, publicly; openly

foddey foshlit wide apart

foshlit da susceptible

foshlit roish liable: Foshlit roish feayraghtyn. DF

gansee foshlit cardigan

lout foshlit gallery

mullagh foshlit (of bus) outside; open top

noidyn foshlit avowed enemies: cummaltee noa cour niau ta hannah reiht, as noidyn foshlit nish lhig dooin ve eit PC

Ollooscoill Foshlit Open University

slane foshlit frankly

space foshlit open space: As va dorryssyn ny shamyryn-lhiattee jeeragh er y space foshlit, dorrys gys y twoaie, as dorrys elley gys y jiass, as lheead yn space foshlit va queig cubityn veih cheu dy cheu. Bible

tart foshlit flan

teiy foshlit open ballot

Polasee jeh Speyryn Foshlit Open Skies Policy

soilshaghey dy foshlit manifest

frankly (adv.) dy foshlit; dy foslit; slane foshlit: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

above board (adj.) dy foshlit

ajar (adj.) beggan-foshlit; foshlit; lieh-foshlit

avowed enemies (npl.) noidyn foshlit

avowedly (adv.) dy foshlit

blank3 (as credit) foshlit

blatant (adj.) foshlit, kiaullaneagh

cardigan (n.) gansee foshlit; gansee-foshlee

chaise (n.) carriads foshlit

extrovert (adj.) foshlit

flan (n.) flan, tart foshlit

free-spoken (adj.) foshlit, neucheiltynagh

liable (adj.) currit da: Liable to catch colds - Currit da feayraghtyn. DF idiom; freggyragh: Jointly and severally liable - Freggyragh ry cheilley as er lheh. DF idiom; foshlit roish: Liable to catch colds - Foshlit roish feayraghtyn. DF idiom

loggia (n.) arcaid foshlit

low vowel (n.) breeockle foshlit

mammy-wagon (n.) bus foshlit

open ballot (n.) teiy foshlit

openly (adv.) er ard; dy cadjinagh; dy foshlit: be openly shewed among the heathen in our sight - ve dy foshlit er ny hoilshaghey er ny ashoonynquaagh Bible

open-necked (adj.) foshlit

open space (n.) space foshlit

open top mullagh foshlit

Open University (n.) Ollooscoill Foshlit

open vowel (n.) breeockle foshlit

outside2 (n.) (of bus) mullagh foshlit

overt (adj.) foshlit

professedly (adv.) dy foshlit

snatch block (n.) block foshlit

unfastened foshlit

unsealed (adj.) foshlit; neusailit

wide apart foddey foshlit

wide open (adj.) feayn-foshlit; lhean foshlit: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open - bee giattyn dty heer dy lhean foshlit Bible

shamyryn-lhiattee side chambers: As va dorryssyn ny shamyryn-lhiattee jeeragh er y space foshlit, dorrys gys y twoaie, as dorrys elley gys y jiass, as lheead yn space foshlit va queig cubityn veih cheu dy cheu. Bible

agape (adj.) beeal-foshlit, foshlit; (n.) lhongey graih

extrinsic (adj.) cadjin-foshlit

gallery1 (n.) galleree, lout foshlit; lout-lhiattee

open1 foshil: Open the window - Foshil yn uinnag. JJK idiom; foshley; reurit; foshlit: He had his mouth and eyes open - Va e veeal as e hooillyn foshlit echey. JJK idiom; fosley: Will you open the door? - Jean shiu fosley yn dorrys? JJK idiom; soilshaghey; gyn eirkey, gyn kiangle

open-eyed (adj.) sooill-foshlit

open-mid eddyr-foshlit

patent foshlit; paiteen; paiteenagh; paiteeney

beeal-foshlit agape

beggan-foshlit ajar

cadjin-foshlit extrinsic, outward

eddyr-foshlit open-mid

feayn-foshlit gaping, wide open: hass eh ayns shen lane thanvaanit lesh shen v'eh er n'akin, e hooillyn as e veeal feayn-foshlit jeeaghyn orrin. JC; wide awake

lieh-foshlit ajar

sooill-foshlit open-eyed

exploded bleaystit; foshlit; poltit; prowit dy ve neuchiart

Open Skies Policy (n.) Polasee jeh Speyryn Foshlit

publicly (adv.) dy cadjinagh; dy foshlit; er ard

public rights of way (npl.) cassanyn foshlit

susceptible (adj.) cleaynit gys; currit da; foshlit da

unobstructed (adj.) foshlit, gyn lhiettalys, gyn lhiettrimys

scornagh (=Ir. scornach) throat: Ta'n scornagh oc oaie foshlit Bible

right of way (n.) cairys hooyl, cassan foshlit, cassan ny theay

museum museum: Bee yn museum foshlit yn wheiggoo laa jeig jeh'n Vart. JJK

scoarnagh (f.) pl. scoarneeyn gizzard, gorge, throat: Ta'n scoarnagh oc oaie foshlit Bible; uvular

bound upon kianlt er: And every open vessel, which hath no covering bound upon it, is unclean - As bee dy chooilley haagh foshlit, nagh vel coodagh erbee kianlt er, neu-ghlen Bible

bush (n.) bush, crouw, immyr chorree, immyr correy, thammag; tammag: A bad bush is better than an open field - Ta drogh hammag ny share na magher foshlit. JJK idiom; (v.) cur coob ayn, dossey

downright (adj., adv.) foshlit, jeeragh; (ny) hrooid as ny hrooid; magh as magh: He is a downright republican - T'eh ny phoblaghteyr magh as magh. DF idiom; glen: Downright no - Jiooldey glen. DF idiom

exposed anchoodit; foshlit; gyn coadey; gyn fastee: This is a very exposed place - Ta'n boayl shoh gyn fastee erbee. DF idiom; lhiggit magh; rooisht

field1 (n.) magher: A bad bush is better than an open field - Ta drogh hammag ny share na magher foshlit. JJK idiom; rheam; (v.) tayrtyn

forthcoming (adj.) foshlit; jeeragh; ry-heet; ynrick; cheet: Help is forthcoming - Ta cooney cheet. DF idiom

gaping feayn-foshlit; lhean-foslit: It is gaping open - T'eh lhean-foslit. DF idiom; thoaganagh; thoaganey

honourably (adv.) dy-onnoroil: I'll tell you quite frankly, that you haven't acted honourably in this affair - Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK idiom

I will go hem; hem's: I will go up to the land of unwalled villages - Hems seose gys thalloo ny baljyn foshlit Bible

manifest coontey lhuingey; feanishagh; fysserit; jannoo cronnal; jeeaghyn; soilshaghey, soilshaghey dy foshlit; taishbyney; (adj.) farsyn

throat (n.) scoarnagh: I am weary of crying; my throat is dry - Ta mee skee lesh geamagh ta my scoarnagh chirrym Bible; scornagh: Their throat is an open sepulchre - Tan scornagh oc oaie foshlit Bible; troat

very many ymmodee: there were very many in the open valley - va ymmodee jeu ayns y choan foshlit Bible; weight

wide awake feayn-foshlit; lhean dooisht: Are you wide awake? - Vel shiu lhean dooisht? JJK idiom

cheet neose er (birds) alight: Ny lurg shoh hee shiu niau foshlit, as ainleyn Yee goll seose as cheet neose er Mac y dooinney Bible; challenge

crouw (f.) bunch, bush, dwarf tree, shrub, stick, stock, wide spreading tree: ayns yn aer foshlit eeanlee bishagh ghow, dagh cronk, dagh dress, dagh billey as dagh crouw, keylljyn as coanyn ooilley swarmal lhieu. PC; Masonic lodge; (of society) branch; (of river) tributary

dy-onnoroil honourably: Inshym slane foshlit dhyt nagh vel oo er n'aghtey dy-onnoroil ayns y chooish shoh. JJK

er (=Ir. air) 1 on, on him, onto, upon a: myr eoylley tuittee kirp deiney er y vagher foshlit Bible; 2 during, for

feoiltagh 1 benevolent, bounteous, bountiful, free, generous, hospitable, lavish, liberal, munificent, ungrudging, unselfish, unsparing, unstinted; 2 righteous a: Ta'n feoiltagh coyrt voish lesh laue foshlit Bible; 3 whig

floag (f.) pl. floagyn dot, flake, jot, mote, particle, tittle: brish-jee foshlit ny thieyn-tashtee eck; stamp-jee sheese ee myr creaghyn stroie-jee dy bollagh ee ; ny lhig floag j'ee ve faagit. Bible

giattyn gates: Va ooilley ny ard-valjyn shoh er nyn niartaghey lesh voallaghyn ard, giattyn as barryn, marish ymmodee baljyn foshlit Bible

Lah (intj) My lad: S'mie shione dooys uss, lah; nagh nee oo 'n traitoor ren girree seose noi'n ooilley-niartal ree ayns caggey foshlit PC

lheead (=Ir. leithead) amplitude, breadth, broadness, expansiveness, spread, wideness, width: as lheead yn space foshlit va queig cubityn veih cheu dy cheu Bible

moghrey mairagh tomorrow morning: Shenn Raad Valley Chashtal, faggys da Thie ny Cailleeyn Dooey, bee eh foshlit reesht veih shey er y chlag moghrey mairagh. BS

myr dy beagh eh as it were: cha nee dy foshlit, agh myr dy beagh eh dy follit. Bible

pabyryn papers: Tammylt beg er dy henney, va pabyryn follit Clement Attlee clouit dy foshlit son y chied cheayrt. Carn

pennys (=Ir. peanas-eaglais) (f.) penance: ec toshiaght y Chargys dy row lheid ny persoonyn as v'er nyn gheddyn kyndagh jeh ard pheccah erbee, er nyn goyrt fo pennys foshlit PB1765; punishment

pihtt (f.) (pl -yn) vagina, vulva: Ta ny mraane shoh freayll foshlit ny pihttyn oc er aght veagh cur yn olk er ram sleih. Carn; (vulgar) fanny, pussy

raad stiagh adit, access, way in: Yn Spyrryd Noo cowraghey liorish shoh, nagh row yn raad stiagh gys yn ynnyd smoo casherick foast jeant foshlit, choud as va'n chied chabbane-agglish foast ny hassoo Bible

Shenn agglish Casherick Old Holy church: va oardagh crauee 'sy chenn agglish Casherick, ec toshiaght y Chargys dy row lheid ny persoonyn as v'er nyn gheddyn kyndagh jeh ard pheccah erbee, er nyn goyrt fo pennys foshlit PB1765

sooillyn eyes: Son ta fys ec Jee, er y laa nee shiu gee jeh, dy bee ny sooillyn eu foshlit Bible

Traie ny Marrey Shore of the Sea: Tra haink traie ny marrey, as y raad gys yn ellan foshlit reesht, hayrn Ean as e gheiney er ash gys nyn lhongyn Chron

veagh (=Ir. bheadh) would be: as nagh beagh ad foshlit, derrey veagh y doonaght harrish Bible

veih'n traa shen thence: cha ren oo clashtyn, chamoo ren oo toiggal; er veihn traa shen cha row dty chleaysh foshlit Bible; from that time; from thenceforth

yeeilley (f.) satiety: Eisht faag-ym oo er y thalloo, as tilg-ym oo magh er y vagher foshlit, as ver-ym er ooilley eeanlee yn aer dy hannaghtyn ort, as jeed's ver-ym nyn yeeilley da ooilley maase y thallooin. Bible

outward (adj., adv.) cadjin-foshlit; er y cheu mooie; magh: The outward and homeward voyages - Yn turrys magh as yn turrys dy valley. DF idiom; mooie

proverb (n.) dooyrtiman; coraa dorraghey: now speakest thou plainly, and speakest no proverb - nish tou loayrt dy foshlit, as cha vel oo loayrt coraadorraghey Bible; shenn-raa: Therefore it became a proverb - Shen-y-fa haink eh dy ve shenn-raa Bible; raa creeney; raa-dorraghey: To understand a proverb - Dy hoiggal raa-dorraghey Bible; raa floutagh: That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon - Dy jean oo goaill seose yn raa floutagh shoh noi ree Vabylon Bible; raa-cadjin: Son of man, what is that proverb that ye have in the land of Israel - Vac y dooinney, cre tan raacadjin; shennockle

public (adj.) foshlit, er fys; cadjinagh; theayagh: Is there a public convenience here? - Vel premmee theayagh ayn ayns shoh? DF idiom; pobbylagh: Public works - Obbraghyn pobbylagh. DF idiom; (n.) seihll, sleih, theay; (y) phobble: Public holiday - Laa seyr y phobble. DF idiom

kaart (=Ir. cárta) pl. kaartyn 1 card; 2 charter a: Bee yn Kaart shoh foshlit rish Steatyn ta nyn olteynyn jeh Coonceil yn Oarpey BS; 3 quart: As lesh un eayn, kiare chaart dy flooyr, mysh kaart dy ooil ghlen ny chione as mysh kaart dy feeyn ny chione son oural feeyney. Bible

Ta fys ec Jee (intj) God wot, God knows; For God doth know: Son ta fys ec Jee, er y laa nee shiu gee jeh, dy bee ny sooillyn eu foshlit: as dy bee shiu myr Jeeaghyn toiggal mie as sie. Bible

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