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geay (=Ir., Sc.G. gaoth) (f.) pl. geayaghyn wind: O cooinee nagh vel my vea agh geay Bible; flatulence; windiness [O.Ir. dative gáith]


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brishey geay windscreen

faal geay windscreen

geay asnee (f.) winnowing wind

geay chassee (f.) tornado, whirlwind: nee yn Chiarn Jee yn trumpet y heidey, as hed eh magh lesh geayghyn-cassee yn jiass Bible

geay-chassee dewil grievous whirlwind: Cur-my-ner ta geay-chassee yn Chiarn er n'gholl magh ayns eulys, eer geay-chassee dewil; tuittee eh dy trome er kione ny meechrauee. Bible

geay cheerey (f.) land breeze

geay ching (f.) adverse wind

geay chooyl (f.) following wind

geay chreoi (f.) strong breeze

geay fowanagh (f.) scorching wind: Geay fowanagh veih sleityn ard yn aasagh noi inneen my phobble, cha nee son fasney, ny son reealley. Bible

geay gharroo (f.) rough wind

geay-ghreienyn maidjey woodwind

geay heh (f.) simoon, hot wind

geay hraie (f.) shore breeze

geay hreanagh (f.) rough wind

geay hwoaie (f.) north wind

geay jiass south wind

geay lhiasragh (f.) side wind

geay neear (f.) westerly, west wind, zephyr: Ta geay neear hwoaie ayn jiu. DF

geay noi head wind

geay oaie (f.) head wind

geay phaittoil (f.) pestilent wind

geay tessen crosswind

geay varrey (f.) sea breeze, sea wind

geay veeley (f.) breeze, gentle wind, zephyr

geay vooar high wind, hurricane: hug y Chiarn magh geay vooar er yn aarkey Bible; strong wind

geay yiass south wind: Yn chiuney smoo erbee, geay yiass s'niessey j'ee. DF

scaa geay windbreak

Carn y Geay Cairn of the Wind

currit hug y geay broached

geay dowil doirrinagh tempestuous wind: Agh ayns traa gerrid dirree geay dowil doirrinagh nyn 'oi enmyssit Euroclidon. Bible

geay neear ass (f.) south-wester, south-west wind: Hugg e er yn gyae niar soje fuo neau : as treyd y phuer hugg e schiagh yn gyae niaer 'ass. Psalm1610

geay neear hwoaie (f.) north-wester, north-westerly

geay niar hwoaie (f.) north-easter

geay ny greiney cosmic wind

geay nyn 'oi (f.) noser, headwind

geay veeley cheainoil zephyr

geay veih'n thalloo land breeze

geay veih'n traie offshore wind

Geay y Vullagh Wind of the Summit

smoo geay ayn (ny) windier

vondeish ny geay (f.) weather gauge

south wind (n.) geay yiass: The greatest calm of all, south wind next to it - Yn chiuney smoo erbee, geay yiass s'niessey j'ee. DF idiom; geay jiass: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) gheay jiass

wind1 (n.) ennal; geay: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (v.) cassey, togher, troggal

zephyr (n.) eear-gheay, geay neear, geay veeley, geay veeley cheainoil

head wind (n.) geay noi; geay oaie

land breeze (n.) geay cheerey, geay veih'n thalloo

rough wind (n.) geay gharroo, geay hreanagh

windscreen (n.) brishey geay, faal geay, glenney gheay, glenney gheayee, scaap geayee

adverse wind (n.) geay ching

crosswind (n.) geay tessen

flatulence (n.) geay; geayaght

following wind (n.) geay chooyl

gentle wind (n.) geay veeley

headwind (n.) geay nyn 'oi

high wind (n.) geay vooar

north-easter geay niar hwoaie

north-wester (n.) geay neear hwoaie

north wind (n.) geay hwoaie

noser (n.) geay nyn 'oi

pestilent wind (n.) geay phaittoil

sea wind (n.) geay varrey

shore breeze (n.) geay hraie

side wind (n.) geay lhiasragh

simoon (n.) geay heh

south-wester (n.) geay neear ass

strong breeze (n.) geay chreoi

west wind (n.) geay neear

windier (adj.) (ny) smoo geay ayn

winnowing wind (n.) geay asnee

cosmic wind (n.) geay ny greiney

grievous whirlwind (n.) geay-chassee dewil

hurricane (n.) gaal-baarnee; gaardey; geay vooar

offshore wind (n.) geay veih'n traie

scorching wind (n.) geay fowanagh, lomman

south-west wind (n.) geay neear ass

strong wind (n.) geay vooar; skah

tempestuous wind (n.) geay dowil doirrinagh

tornado (n.) geay chassee, sterrym cassee

trade wind (n.) geay-hraghtee

weather gauge (n.) vondeish ny geay

whirlwind (n.) geay chassee; (adj.) feer tappee

windbreak (n.) scaa geay, faal geayee

windcharger (n.) geay-lughteyder

wind gauge (n.) geay-veih

wind instrument (n.) geay-ghreie

wind instruments (npl.) geay-ghreienyn

woodwind (n.) geay-ghreienyn maidjey

geay-ghreie (f.) wind instrument

geay-ghreienyn wind instruments

geay-hraghtee (f.) trade wind

geay-lughteyder windcharger

geay-veih wind gauge

breeze farrane; fynneraght; geay veeley; greesagh; sheidey; smarage

Cairn of the Wind (n.) Carn y Geay

hot wind (n.) fowan loshtee; geay heh

north-westerly geay neear hwoaie; sheear hwoaie

sea breeze (n.) fynneraght varrey, geay varrey

westerly boayl heear; geay neear; my heear; sheear

windiness (n.) geayaght; geayeeid; bruightoilys; geay; lane gheay

Wind of the Summit (n.) Geay y Vullagh

southwest neearass: Southwest wind - Geay neear ass. DF idiom

doirrinagh See dorrinagh stormy: dirree geay dowil doirrinagh nyn 'oi enmyssit Euroclydon Bible

lhagragh depression: Hug y lhagragh fliaghey as geay lesh gys Mannin. DF

neear hwoaie north-west, north-western: Ta geay neear hwoaie ayn jiu. DF

niar hwoaie north-east, north-easterly: Ta geay niar hwoaie ayn. DF

blighting fowanagh: Dry, scorching, blighting wind - Geay fowanagh. DF idiom; fowanaghey; lommanagh; lommaney

broached barnit; broachit; currit er bher; currit hug y geay; foslit; lhiggit; towlit; saiht hug y gheay: The ship broached - Ren y lhong saih hug y gheay. DF idiom

coasts (npl.) ardjyn; ardjyn ny hooirey: a great whirlwind shall be raised up from the coasts of the earth. - bee geay vooar chassee er ny hroggal veih ardjyn ny hooirey Bible; slystyn; coastyn; slysytyn-marrey

depression (n.) cor, injillaghey, lhag-chreeys, lhaggagh, lhaggan, merginaght, merginys, neugherjagh; lhagragh: The depression brought rain and wind to Mann - Hug y lhagragh fliaghey as geay lesh gys Mannin. DF idiom

scorching daahjagh; fowanagh: Dry, scorching, blighting wind - Geay fowanagh. DF idiom; lommanagh; lommaney; lostey greiney

thaw (v.) theinniu: The north wind's thaw, more snow - Theinniu ny geay twoaie, tooilley sniaghtey. DF idiom

we will get yiowmayd: We will get more wind tonight - Yiowmayd tooilliu geay noght. DF idiom

blestal blast, blow up: V'eh jannoo rouyr geay lesh yn rotor echey as y gheay shoh blestal neose orrin as ren y gheay bunnys lhieggey Feeagh Odin as beign dooin goaill neose y shiaull. GK

cassee coiling, contortional, gyratory, infolding, serpentine, twisting, winding: ren geay vooar cassee as lajer raipey ny sleityn Bible

dowil fierce: Cha jean oo fakin pobble dowil Bible; tempestuous: Agh ayns traa gerrid dirree geay dowil doirrinagh nyn 'oi enmyssit Euroclidon. Bible

gerrid (f.) brevity, imminence, short time, while: Agh ayns traa gerrid dirree geay dowil doirrinagh nyn 'oi enmyssit Euroclydon Bible

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

nyn yioin for their purpose: feaysley lesh geay meeley jiass sheiltyn dy row oc nish nyn yioïn Bible

polt 1 bang, clap, concussion, detonation, explosion, flap, rap, report, shot, snap, stroke, thump a: ta gaue ayn dy bee polt mooar ec Sellafield as dy bee geay niar ayn. Carn; 2 (explosion) blast; 3 (sound) crack

quaylyn quails: As hie geay magh veihn Chiarn, as hug eh lesh quaylyn veihn aarkey Bible

raipey 1 knapp, lacerate, laceration, pluck, pull apart, rend, rent, rip, savage, tear a: ren geay vooar cassee as lajer raipey ny sleityn Bible; 2 (of bull) gore; 3 (cry) crake; 4 tearing

rastagh (=Ir. frasach) blustery, boisterous, gusty, rough, squally, stormy, windy: nee geay rastagh eh y scoltey. Bible

reealley riddle, riddling, shake, shake down, sieve, sift, sifting: Geay fowanagh veih sleityn ard yn aasagh noi inneen my phobble, cha nee son fasney, ny son reealley. Bible; punishment; cleanse

rotor rotor: V'eh jannoo rouyr geay lesh yn rotor echey as y gheay shoh blestal neose orrin as ren y gheay bunnys lhieggey Feeagh Odin as beign dooin goaill neose y shiaull. GK

scaalheaney broadcast, broadcasting, diffuse, disband, disperse, rout, scatter: nee geay-chassee ad y scaalheaney Bible

trome-liaghee heavy rain: Shen-y-fa, myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, lhieg-yms eh dy jarroo lesh geay rastagh ayns my eulys, as bee deayrtey trome-liaghee ayns my yymmoose, as claghyn mooarey sniaghtee ayns eulys dy chur-mow eh. Bible

crossit crossed: seose eh reesht, dy row eh nish cho ard, heose ayns yn eaynagh, dy dooar e skianyn geay er y drogh-hyrrys d' etlagh reesht dy leah; myr smoo ve crossit, smoo v'eh creoghit er yn olk v'eh mysh PC; crucified

goaill kesmad step: Shenn chrightyn, as geay-varrey harroo goaill arrane, Bing's feayr, lesh floagyn-chesh, goaill kesmad sheese Er cassanyn camstram, as gib ny creggyn creoie Dhoor

lesh y gheay adrift, leeward: Fasnee oo ad, as hed ad lesh y gheay, as nee geay-chassee ad y scaalheaney Bible

lossaghyn ailey flames of fire: hig y Chiarn lesh aile, as lesh e ainee myr geay-chassee, dy chooilleeney e yymmoose lesh eulys, as e oghsan lesh lossaghyn ailey. Bible

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