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fud amid, amidst, among, amongst, during, midst, mingled: Fud cloan Israel cha bee eiraght erbee oc. Bible


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er fud during, overall, throughout: Turrys y yannoo er fud cheer. DF

ooilley fud-y-cheilley all in a flurry: Myr ec margey, my t'ou er eaishtagh rish cauaig y chaglym, agh cha bee ayd fys cre un ockle ta fer gra rish fer elley, agh y thassane mooar ooilley fud-y-cheilley PC

roie fud-y-cheilley mingled

cur feysht fud y cheilley talk over

cur fud y cheilley bemuse, confuse, derange, disarray, disorganise, disorganization, disorganize, embarrass, jumble, litter, perturb, puzzle, subvert, tangle; dislocation, disorganisation; maze

currit fud y cheilley distracted, jumbled: Va'n slane cooish currit fud y cheilley. DF

fud ny hoie all night, overnight, through the night: As dreggyr Simon as dooyrt eh rish, Vainshter, ta shin er hooilleil fud ny hoie Bible

fud y cheilley at variance, chaotic, confused, confusing, confusion, dishevelled, disorder, disordered, embarrassed, flustered, messy, mixed up, muddle, muddled, perplexed, tangled, topsy-turvy: Va'n slane cooish currit fud y cheilley. DF

fud yn ashoon nationally

gholl er fud (dy); (to) permeate

goll er fud permeation; penetration; diffusion

lheanaghey er fud suffuse

fud-y-cheilley untidy, upside-down: Hug eh fud-y-cheilley eh. DF

all night fud ny hoie: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

amid (prep.) fud, mastey

amidst (prep.) fud; mastey

during car; er; er feiy; er fud; feiy: I've seen him pass twice during the day - Ta mee er n'akin eh goll shaghey daa cheayrt feiy'n laa. JJK idiom; fud; rish; trooid

flustered (adj.) fud y cheilley

nationally (adv.) fud yn ashoon

overall (adj.) er fud

overnight (adj., adv.) fud ny hoie

permeate (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er fud

suffuse (v.) lheanaghey er fud

bemuse (v.) cur fud y cheilley

chaotic (adj.) corvaalagh, fud y cheilley

confusing fud y cheilley; mestit

dishevelled (adj.) fud y cheilley, neuskiogh

disorder (n.) asslaynt, chingys, doghan, meereiltys, meeoardyr; (v.) cur bun ry-baare, cur bun ry-skyn, jannoo asslayntagh; mee-reiltys; bun ry baare: The place was in disorder - Va'n boayl bun ry-baare. DF idiom; fud y cheilley: They fled in disorder - Hea ad fud y cheilley. DF idiom

disorganise (v.) cur fud y cheilley

disorganize (v.) cur fud y cheilley

embarrassed (adj.) boirit, fud y cheilley

messy (adj.) fud y cheilley; sallagh

mixed up (adj.) fud y cheilley

muddle broagey; brock: She made a muddle of it - Ren ee brock jeh. DF idiom; brockey; corvaal; fud y cheilley: She's all in a muddle - T'ee ooilley fud y cheilley. DF idiom; mestane; whumm: She's all in a muddle - T'ee ooilley ayns whumm. DF idiom

muddled (adj.) brockit, fud y cheilley

tangled1 fud y cheilley; tramman

all in a flurry ooilley fud-y-cheilley

at variance (adj.) fud y cheilley; mooie ry cheilley

confuse (v.) boirey, cur fud y cheilley, mestey

derange (v.) cur fud y cheilley, jannoo baanrit

diffusion (n.) skeaylley; goll er fud; eddyrskeaylley

dislocation (n.) cur ass olt, cur fud y cheilley

disorganisation (n.) cur fud y cheilley, neureajys

disorganization (n.) cur fud y cheilley, neureajys

distracted baanrit; crankit; currit fud y cheilley

jumble cur fud y cheilley; mestey; mollid; orchal

jumbled currit fud y cheilley, mestit, orchit

maze (n.) cartage, shaghrynys; (v.) cur fud y cheilley

mingled (ny) chione: And every meat offering, mingled with oil - As dagh oural-arran, ta ooil ny chione Bible; covestit; fud; mastey: whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices - yn uill oc va Pilate er gheayrtey mastey (fuill) ny ourallyn oc Bible; (ny) vud; seiyt; roie fud-y-cheilley: fire mingled with the hail - yn aile as y sniaghtey-garroo roie fud-y-cheilley Bible; mestit: a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fourth part of an hin of oil - omer dy flooyr mestit lesh yn chiarroo ayrn jeh hin dy ooil Bible; seiy: and mingled my drink with weeping - as er heiy my yough lesh jeïr Bible

permeation (n.) goll er fud; goll ny vud

perturb (v.) cur fud y cheilley; boirey er

puzzle (v.) cur fud y cheilley; (n.) feyshtyn, keisht, feysht-ghorraghey

through the night fud ny hoie

untidy fud-y-cheilley; neuchumir; neughoaiagh; neuskeoigh

biritch bridge: Cloie biritch fud ny hoie. DF

confused (adj.) boirit, currit magh, fud y cheilley, mestit, nearildagh

disarray (v.) cur fud y cheilley, cur meeoardagh er; (n.) mee-oardagh, roagh

embarrass (v.) boirey er, cur nearey er; cur fud y cheilley

penetration (n.) baght, geyrid inchyn, tastid, towl, towlley; goll er fud

tangle (v.) cassey, cur fud y cheilley, goaill; (n.) fam; cront

bratteeyn bunting: Bratteeyn croghey er fud ny h-ellan DF

cassaghtee cough, coughing: Ren eh cassaghtee fud ny hoie. DF

eiyrit dispersed: v'ad eiyrit noon as noal fud ny cheeraghyn Bible

fuinneyder (=Ir. fuineadóir) (pl -yn) baker: ta'n fuinneyder oc cadley fud-ny-hoie Bible

guintee vulnerable; casualties, wounded: fud ny cheerey nee ny guintee gaccan Bible

reeriaghtyn kingdoms: as bee shiu skeaylt fud ooilley reeriaghtyn y thallooin Bible

resoonit reasoned: Bee ny skeealyn shoh resoonit magh fud ny cheerey. Carn

soar breinn stink: va soar breinn jeu fud y cheer Bible

ymmyrtee rowers: Ta ny ymmyrtee ayd's er dty stiurey fud tonnyn gaueagh Bible

among (prep.) fud; mastey: He was reckoned among the greatest princes - V'eh coontit mastey ny prinsyn smoo. JJK idiom

amongst (prep.) fud; mastey: He lived amongst us - Ren eh beaghey ny mast'ain. DF idiom

confusion (n.) boirey, branlaadee, bun ry baare, corvaal, fud y cheilley, mestid, shaghrynys, tharmane; rouailley: It is unspeakable confusion! - Yn rouailley, cha nel insh er! DF idiom

did not cha ren: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

disordered baanrit; bun ry baare; bun ry skyn; ching; doghanagh; doghanit; fud y cheilley; neureajagh

litter aailagh, boanlagh; aal; coonlagh lhiabbagh, lhiabbee; brey, cur fud y cheilley, skeaylley boanlagh er; faiyragh, orchal; ortch; seiy: Pup of the first litter - Quallian jeh'n chied seiy. DF idiom

midst (n.) fud, mastey; mean: He immediately rushed into the midst of the enemy - Roie eh dy-chelleeragh ayns mean ny noidyn. JJK idiom

mingle (v.) covestey, mestey; seiy: they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men - nee ad seiy ad hene fud sluight deiney Bible

talk over (v.) cur arraghey aigney er, cur feysht fud y cheilley, loayr mychione echey

throughout er feie; er fud; trooid magh; (ny) hrooid: So they divided the land between them to pass throughout it - Myr shoh rheynn ad y cheer eddyr ad, dy gholl ny hrooid Bible

topsy-turvy (adj., adv.) bun ry baare, bun ry skyn, fud y cheilley, kione y vreimmey 'syn aer

upside-down bun ry baare; bun ry skyn; cheu heose sheese; fud-y-cheilley; kione y vremmey 'syn aer

assjee out of her: Ta'n eearroo jeusyn ta loayrt assjee fud-ny-cheerey tannaghtyn ec mysh 500,000. Carn

biljyn trees: t'eh er ghoaill myr reih da hene fud biljyn ny keylley Bible

breinn (=Ir. brean.) foetid, loathsome, malodorous, mephitic, nasty, offensive, pestilential, putrid, rancid, rotten, smelly, stinking: va soar breinn jeu fud y cheer Bible; (putrid) foul; (as film) blue [O.Ir. brén]

cheet er gerrey da near: V'ad shiaulley feiy'n laa shen as fud ny hoie, bunnys, derrey v'ad cheet er gerrey da'n clyst varrey Bretnagh. Chron

cotteyryn cottagers: va'n cragh er ve speeideilagh erskyn credjue ayns wheesh as v'eh er hayrn arrey y teihll er yn aght voght v'er mooinjer Lioas, as er croiteyryn as cotteyryn er fud ny Gaeltaght. NNS

creagh (f.) pl. creaghyn furrow, stack: ta ny altaryn oc myr carnaneyn fud creaghyn y vagheragh Bible

crooinit (of king) crowned: shoh yn oyr ta ben-rein Hostyn as e dooinney er cheau traa foddey rouail fud ny hAlbey erreish jee v'er ghra dy row ee crooinit myr ben-rein jeh'n Reeriaght Unnaneyssit. Carn

cummeydagh able, competent, inventive, powerful, well-shaped: Ec y traa shen ren Paayl mac Valkey, fer-toshee yn Ellan Skianagh, as ny ghooinney cummeydagh lesh bree fud ny reeriaght Chron; (n.) old Manx sheep dog; schemer; pliable

dashyn heaps: As ren ad chaglym ad cooidjagh ayns dashyn, as va soar breinn jeu fud y cheer. Bible

dooinney marrey merman: As hie eh dys yn traie dy yeeaghyn son partanyn, as myr v'eh ronsagh fud ny creggyn haink dooinney marrey seose ass yn ushtey rish lhiattee yn creg. Dhoor

er gys unto: As eisht ta markit fud ny hoie Eer er gys brishey'n laa, Harrish ny magheryn glassey roie Feer tooillit keayrt ny ghaa. Dhoor

feie'n laa all day, through the day: Ta seshoonyn cadjin goll y chummal bunnys feie'n laa as fud ny hoie ayns y chamyr lhionney vooar. Carn

feill vee-lowit abominable flesh: Ta tannaghtyn fud ny oaiaghyn, as taaghey lhiaghtyn ny merriu; ta gee feill vee-lowit; as ta an-vroie cretooryn dwoaiagh ayns ny siyn oc Bible

gaueagh dangerous, hazardous, jeopardous, perilous, risky, unsafe, venturesome: Ta ny ymmyrtee ayd's er dty stiurey fud tonnyn gaueagh Bible

ghoaill myr reih (y); (to) settle upon: teh er ghoaill myr reih da hene fud biljyn ny keylley Bible

keiltagh secret: jarrood ny v'er haghyrt ayns Nerin tammylt beg er dy henney, raad va Commeeys y Thallooin reaghey çhaglymyn foawragh er fud ny çheerey as sheshaghtyn keiltagh, myr sampleyr, ny Guillyn Baney as ny Fir Rybban NNS

keylley2 (ny) arboreal: T'eh giarey sheese cedaryn, as goaill y cypress as y darragh, t'eh er ghoaill myr reih da hene fud biljyn ny keylley

lhiaghtyn ny merriu monuments: Ta tannaghtyn fud ny oaiaghyn, as taaghey lhiaghtyn ny merriu Bible

lhionney ale; (gen.) of ale: Ta seshoonyn cadjin goll y chummal bunnys feie'n laa as fud ny hoie ayns y chamyr lhionney vooar. Carn

meecheeallagh senseless, unadvisedly: Lhig ad ny coyin gys ny lhargeeyn (d'eayshil ad ny coyin). Fud ny ghlionteeyn by niessey daue. Haink coyrle jeh beggan keilley (coyrle meecheeallagh) Coraa

mest mix: Mest ad dy-cheilley gys t'ad ooilley fud-y-cheilley, as gyn crammanyn Dhoor

postagh (=Ir. postach) postal: Ta'n chumrail ayn kyndagh rish arganeyn ec kuse dy h-ynnydyn postagh fud y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit. BS

rouanyn disturbances, riots: Ta rouanyn er daghyrt ayns ymmodee baljyn fud ny cheerey. Carn

s'aaley finer: Shoh'n cubbyl s'aaley ren laue Yee y chroo fud e chretooryn; cha row veg gollroo, shooyl laue ry laue v'ad glen, ny[n] aigney seyr veih dagh failleil ta cur er graih gaase PC; finest

scooirt scrubbed: nyn armyn scooirt, culleeyn ard ren craa, 's kiaull myr roish cah noa fud dagh sheshaght va. PC

shag (f.) cormorant: Hug ad y tay da'n shag ayns meddyr, Loo yn shag nagh row eh mie, Lheim eh seose as clap eh e skianyn, As deayrt eh ooilley'n tay fud thie. Dhoor; shag

slattag (=Ir. slatag) (f.) 1 pl. slattagyn (for bird) perch; 2 small rod, small stick, small switch, stripe, swizzle stick, twig a: va slattag Aaron fud ny slattyn elley Bible; 3 written accent

sproghtit (very) angry: Ta eeasteyryn jeh ny shiaght skeeraghyn craidit, sproghtit er e hon fud ny bleeantyn foddey Coraa

stiurey (=Ir. stiúradh) 1 administration, command, control, controllability, direct, direction, guidance, guide, handle, handling, helm, lead, manage, manipulate, manipulation, navigate, navigation, pilot, piloting, regulate, regulation, rudder, steer, steering, superintendence, supervise, supervision a: Ta ny ymmyrtee ayd's er dty stiurey fud tonnyn gaueagh Bible; 2 (as team) captain

taitnyssee (comp./sup.) agreeable: va dy chooilley nhee fud y cheilley 'sy chashtal share as s'taitnyssee dy voddagh y ve ayn. CnyO

varrey See marrey of the sea: V'ad shiaulley feiy'n laa shen as fud ny hoie, bunnys, derrey v'ad cheet er gerrey da'n clyst varrey Bretnagh. Chron

vud1 See fud (ny) mingled: As ny yei adsyn share ta ny vud ain CS

perplexed anveaghit; boirit; seaghnit: the herds of cattle are perplexed, because they have no pasture - ta ny shellooyn ollagh seaghnit, son nagh vel aber oc Bible; êginit: are perplexed, but not in despair - ta shin êginit, agh cha vel shin fo meehreishteil Bible; fud y cheilley

subvert (v.) cleiy fo, cur fud y cheilley; cur shaghrynys er; cur trooid y cheilley: Whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses - Ny beeill oc sheign y yeigh, ta cur slane lughtyn-thie fo-my-cheilley Bible; cassey: To subvert a man in his cause, the Lord approveth not - Dy chassey dooinney ayns e chooish cha vel y Chiarn lowal jeh Bible

walked shooillit; shooylt; hooyl; hooill; huill: And Abner and his men walked all that night through - As huill Abner as e gheiney fud-ny-hoie shen Bible

wandering1 rouail: He is wandering about - T'eh rouail mygeayrt. DF idiom As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying - Myr tan ushag ayns rouail, as y ghollan-gheayee ayns getlagh Bible; rouailtagh; shaghraneys; shaghranys; shaghrynagh; shaghrynys: Better is the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire - Ny share ta shen ta roish dty hooillyn, na shaghrynys yn yeearree; stravaagey: She is wandering about - T'ee stravaagey mygeayrt. DF idiom; wandreilagh; wandreilys; rouaillagh; er-shaghryn: he was wandering in the field - veh er-shaghryn fud y vagher Bible

cast complex, contorted, curly, curved, intricate, many-sided, spun, ticklish, warped, wrapped, wreathed, wry, twined: va'n amlagh cast mysh my chione Bible; folden: Son choud as tad cast fud-y-cheilley myr ny drineyn Bible; perverted

cauaig (f.) (of crowd) buzz; coo, moan, murmur: Myr ec margey, my t'ou er eaishtagh rish cauaig y chaglym, agh cha bee ayd fys cre un ockle ta fer gra rish fer elley, agh y thassane mooar ooilley fud-y-cheilley PC

chombaase compassed: As chombaase ad eh stiagh, as lhie ad farkiagh dy feagh er e hon fud-ny-hoie ec giat yn ard-valley Bible

chyndaa ergooyl volte face: hoie ad orroo lesh wheesh dy eulys as dy ren ad chyndaa ergooyl as chea ayns stayd fud y cheilley er ash gys Mannin raad varr ad paart dy 'leih voish Galloway va baghey syn Ellan Chron

faastit wrung: Mest ad dy-cheilley gys t'ad ooilley fud-y-cheilley, as gyn crammanyn; eisht kiangle eh seose ayns aanrit, faastit ass ushtey cheh, as spreiht lesh flooyr. Dhoor

gruaie (f.) brow, countenance, face, facet, profile, silhouette, temple; cheek: T'ee keayney dy sharroo fud-ny-hoie, as ta jeïr er e gruaien. Bible; grim countenance

hraie 1 beached: Hraie eh y baatey ayns Purt Chiarn DF; 2 (dy); (to) go back a: hug y Chiarn er yn aarkey dy hraie, lesh geay niartal veihn niar fud-ny-hoie shen Bible

ry laue nearby; to hand: Shoh'n cubbyl s'aaley ren laue Yee y chroo fud e chretooryn; cha row veg gollroo, shooyl laue ry laue v'ad glen, nyn aigney seyr veih dagh failleil ta cur er graih gaase feayr; va'n graih oc dooie, sheshoil, meiygh PC

seiy agitate, bear down, churn, churning, foment, fomentation, knife, litter, lunge, mixing, mixture, prod, propel, propulsion, protrusion, push, pushing, shove, shoving, stick, stir, stir up, thrust, tilt, tilting, transfix; (of bull) gore; upstroke; dipped: varr ad mannan jeh ny goair, as seiy ad yn cooatsyn uill Bible; troubled: ny diunidyn myrgeddin vad er nyn seiy Bible; wallow, muddy: jean aanrit-sack y chryssey mood, as seiy oo henesy leoie Bible; mingle, mix up: nee ad seiy ad hene fud sluight deiney Bible; stab: Lesh y chied seiy dy chosney yn varriaght DF; trouble: ren oo seiy ny ushtaghyn lesh dty chassyn Bible; mingled

skeaylt disbanded, disconnected, dispelled, loose-fitting, loose-jointed, slackened, sprinkled, sprung, unfurled; scattered: Ta ny craueyn ain ny lhie skeaylt er beeal yn oaie Bible; spread: cur-my-ner va'd skeaylt ooilley fud y vagheragh Bible; separated: Tan obbyr mooar as lhean, as ta shin skeaylt er y voalley Bible; uncollected; floating, loose, spreading

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