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foyr chamfer, edge, lip of cup; (of edge) keenness: stroie ad eh lesh foyr y chliwe Bible


Inexact matches:

clagh foyr (f.) rubbing stone, whetstone

daa foyr double-edged, two-edged

er foyr edgeways; upon the edge: As tuittee ad er foyr y chliwe Bible

foyr bevyllit bevel edge

foyr giarree bezel

foyr rhesar razor edge

foyr skynney knife-edge

foyr toshee leading edge

goaill foyr sharpen: My ta'n yiarn moandagh, as cha vel yn obbree goaill foyr, eisht shegin da niart smoo y chur huggey agh ta schleï ymmyrchagh dy yannoo aghtal. Bible

blod daa foyr two-edged blade

cliwe dy ghaa-foyr two-edged sword: Agh tan jerrey eck sharroo myr yn ullymar, gyere myr cliwe dy ghaa-foyr. Bible

cur foyr er chamfer, grind, oilstone, polish up, sharpen: T'eh cur foyr er e Ghaelg. DF

cur foyr noa er resharpen

goaill yn foyr jeh blunt

keyll nagh hurr foyr (f.) virgin forest

chamfer (v.) cur foyr er; (n.) foyr

bevel edge (n.) foyr bevyllit

bezel (n.) beesyl, foyr giarree

double-edged (adj.) daa foyr, daa-foyragh

keenness2 (n.) (of edge) foyr

knife-edge (n.) foyr skynney

leading edge (n.) foyr toshee

lip of cup (n.) foyr

sharpen (v.) birraghey, brackey, breckey, cur foyr er, foyraghey, geyraghey, geyrey, goaill foyr, shleeu; cur baare er: Sharpen the pencil - Cur baare er y phennleoie. DF idiom; shlieu, slhieu

two-edged daa foyr; daa-foyragh

oikanyn children: woaill eh Nob ard-valley ny saggyrtyn lesh foyr y chliwe, chammah deiney as mraane cloan as oikanyn, dew, as assylyn as kirree, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

edge1 (v.) cur beeal er; cur oirr er; geyraghey; giarrey ny h-oiryn jeh; (n.) cor; dreeym; chemmal; foyr: with the edge of the sword - lesh foyr yn chliwe Bible; oirr: in the edge of the wilderness - rish oirr yn aasagh Bible; scain; slyst: in the edge of the land of Edom - er slyst cheer Edom Bible

razor edge (n.) foyr rhesar, geyre-immyr

resharpen (v.) cur foyr noa er

two-edged blade (n.) blod daa foyr

oilstone (n.) clagh ooill, clagh shleeuee, cur foyr er

rubbing stone (n.) clagh foyr, clagh rubban

two-edged sword (n.) cliwe dy ghaa-foyr

whetstone (n.) clagh foyr, clagh shleeuee, striggyl

polish up (v.) cur foyr er, cur gloas er, cur sollyssid er, gloasaghey, gloasey

virgin forest (n.) faasagh keylley, keyll nagh hurr foyr, keyll neuventit

blunt1 angheyre; broillit; moal-foyragh; moandagh: He has a blunt scythe - Ta yiarn moandagh echey. DF idiom; neuvirragh; (v.) broilley, goaill yn foyr jeh, moalaghey

edgeways (adv.) er beeal, er foyr; er oirr: Place a board edgeways - Boayrd y chur er e oirr. DF idiom; lesh foyryn ry-cheilley

grind beihll, bleih, broo; cur foyr er, blieh, ceau carr ass; jeesternee; scranshal; shleeu; jibbag; (to); (dy) vlieh

ard-valley acropolis, capital, city: skeayl ad trooid yn ard-valley, as stroie ad eh lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

geyrey sharpen: Geyrey gyn eaishtagh rish. DF; sharper: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny s'geyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible

goaill greme (f.) 1 engaged, engagement a: Ren yn obbyr echey goaill greme er. DF; 2 take hold a: My ver-ym foyr er my chliwe sollys, as my nee my laue goaill greme er briwnys Bible

moandagh hesitant, jaded, lisping, stammering: ta mee moandagh ayns glare Bible; (as edge) dull: My ta'n yiarn moandagh, as cha vel yn obbree goaill foyr Bible; (of hearing) dull

sgeyrey more earnest: Shen-y-fa lhisagh shin tastey sgeyreychoyrt da ny reddyn ta shin er chlashtyn Bible; more keen, more sharp: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny sgeyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible

stroie dy bollagh destroy utterly: stroie oo eh dy bollagh, as ooilley ny tayn, as y maase echey, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

breeoil brisk, cogent, dynamic, energetic, essential, fizzy, forceful, go ahead, impulsive, purposeful, red-blooded, strenuous, valid, vibrant, vigorous; (as person) active; (of market) buoyant; weighty: Son ta ny screeunyn echey (jir adsyn) breeoil as niartal Bible; effectual: te son y gerjagh as y saualtys euish, ta breeoil ayns gymmyrkey ny surranseyn cheddin mârin Bible; sound: Glare breeoil nagh vod ve loayrit n'oï Bible; powerful: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny s'geyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible; forcible: Cre cha breeoil as ta goan ynrick! agh cre ta'n argane euish prowal orrym? Bible; cardiac

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