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gholl (dy); (to) go: Dy gholl gys Thie Yee dy chur booise gys Jee son e yiootyn gys e Agglish CS


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gholl er (dy); (to) take to: Dy gholl er Bock Yuan Fannee. DF; go on: Dy gholl er laghyn seyrey veih'n ollooscoill. DF

gholl gys 1 (dy); (to) take to; 2 (dy); (to) go to a: As dreggyr Jonathan Saul, Ren David dy jeean kied y hirrey orrym dy gholl gys Bethlehem Bible

gholl harrish (dy); (to) pass over: As cren-oyr ta shiu cur cloan Israel ass cree, dy gholl harrish gys y cheer tan Chiarn er choyrt daue? Bible

gholl kionefenish (dy); (to) report

gholl magh (dy); (to) issue forth: hug eh currym lhieu gys cloan Israel, as gys Pharaoh ree Egypt, cloan Israel dy gholl magh ass cheer Egypt. Bible

gholl mygeayrt (dy); (to) go round: As ghow ad nyn yurnah veih cronk Hor, lesh raad yn aarkey jiarg, dy gholl mygeayrt cheer Edom Bible; double

gholl noon (dy); (to) pass over: Dy gholl noon awin. DF

gholl quail (dy); (to) meet: Cur jeelt er yn assyl dou dy varkiagh, dy gholl quail y ree, Bible

gholl roish (dy); (to) make tracks, wend: haink eh gy-kione er y chiarroo laa, tra vad er nirreesy voghrey, dy chiartee eh dy gholl roish

Sheenagh ry-gholl Chinese take away

gholl bun ry skyn (dy); (to) turn turtle

gholl er chosh (dy) Shank's pony

gholl er fud (dy); (to) permeate

gholl er stholk (as workmen); (dy); (to) turn out

gholl er yn stiur (dy) take the wheel

gholl fo scrutaghyn (dy); (to) take examinations

gholl gys ny keylljyn (dy); (to) take to the woods

gholl gys y vayr (dy); (to) sally forth

gholl lesh y noid (dy); (to) bear down

gholl ny s'melley (dy); (to) slow down: Dy chur er dy gholl ny s'melley. DF

neu-gholl ry cheillid dissimilarity

pass over (v.) (to); (dy) gholl harrish: To pass over a river - Dy gholl harrish awin. DF idiom; (to); (dy) gholl noon; cur da, sheeyn noal, sheeyney hug

take to (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er; (dy) gholl gys

go2 (v.) (to); (dy) gholl: I've a great mind to go there - Ta aigney mooar aym dy gholl dys shen. JJK idiom

go on (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er: To go on the shortest route - Dy gholl er y raad s'girrey. DF idiom

go round2 (v.) (to); (dy) gholl mygeayrt: To go round the world - Dy gholl slane mygeayrt y dowan. DF idiom

make tracks (v.) (to); (dy) gholl roish

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

Shank's pony (n.) Bock Juan Fannee, Bock Yuan Fannee: To go on Shank's pony - Dy gholl er Bock Yuan Fannee. DF idiom; (dy) gholl er chosh

ahead er oaie: To go ahead - Dy gholl er oaie. DF idiom; er y chione: He's going ahead - T'eh goll er y chione. DF idiom; kionroish; roish: To draw ahead of something - Dy gholl roish red ennagh. DF idiom

bear down (v.) (to); (dy) gholl lesh y noid: To bear down on the enemy - Dy gholl lesh y noid. DF idiom; (dy) heet lesh y noid: To bear down on the enemy - Dy heet lesh y noid. DF idiom; lhie er: Bear down on the lid! - Lhie er y farkyl! DF idiom; seiy

dissimilarity (n.) neu-gholl ry cheillid

slow down (to); (dy) gholl ny s'melley

take examinations (v.) (to); (dy) gholl fo scrutaghyn

Chinese take away (n.) Sheenagh ry-gholl

issue forth (v.) (to); (dy) gholl magh; (to); (dy) heet magh

meet2 (to); (dy) veeiteil; (dy) gholl quail; (ny) whail, whuail

sally forth (v.) (to); (dy) gholl gys y vayr; (dy) irree magh

take the wheel (v.) (to); (dy) gholl er yn stiur

take to the woods (v.) (to); (dy) gholl gys ny keylljyn

to turn turtle (v.) (to); (dy) gholl bun ry skyn

turn out2 (v.) (as workmen) dy gholl er stholk

turn turtle (v.) (to); (dy) gholl bun ry skyn

wend (v.) (to); (dy) dy gholl roish; jannoo yn raad ec

liastagh slothful: ny bee-jee liastagh dy gholl Bible

examinations (npl.) scrutaghtyn: To take examinations - Dy gholl fo scrutaghtyn. DF idiom

turn out1 irree; irree magh; stholk; yllaghey magh; (to); (dy) gholl er stholk

ard-phersoon personage; fountainhead: Dy gholl gys yn ard-phersoon. DF

ayndiuish in you: ver-yms er ennal dy gholl stiagh ayndiuish Bible

gyn cuirrey unbidden, uninvited: Dy gholl stiagh ayns thie gyn cuirrey. DF

huill walked, went: huill eh er yn ushtey, dy gholl gys Yeesey. Bible

my yeeass See jeeass bladed: dy gholl my-yeeass Bible

penshyn (pl -yn) pension, superannuation: Dy gholl magh er penshyn. DF

reeastanid uncultivation of land: Dy gholl lesh yn reeastanid DF

sterrymyn storms: ta ooilley ny tonnyn as sterrymyn ayds er gholl harrym Bible

by way of raad: To go by way of the wood - Dy gholl raad ny keylley. DF idiom

clearance1 (n.) chiarrey, glenney, shiaulley; scoip: There is not enough clearance under the bridge - Cha nel scoip dy liooar dy gholl fo'n droghad. DF idiom

confession (n.) feyshtyn, feysht: To go to confession - Dy gholl gys feyshtyn. DF idiom; goaill rish

cycle chymshal; daawheeyl: To cycle to Douglas - Dy gholl dy Ghoolish er daa-wheeyl. DF idiom; jannoo daa-wheeylaght

doorway (n.) dorrys: He had to stoop to go through the doorway - Begin da croymmey dy gholl trooid yn dorrys. DF idiom

downstairs (adj., adv.) heese-greeishyn; neose ny greeishyn: To come downstairs - Dy heet neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom; sheese ny greeishyn: To go downstairs - Dy gholl sheese ny greeishyn. DF idiom

examination (n.) feyshtey: To go up for an examination - Dy gholl stiagh son feyshtey. DF idiom; scrutaght: Entrance examination - Scrutaght entreilys. DF idiom

get under (v.) cur fo chosh; goll fo: To get under sail - Dy gholl fo hiauill. DF idiom

go down (v.) traih, tuittym; goll sheese: To go down a hill - Dy gholl sheese y chronk. DF idiom

go in (v.) entreil; goll stiagh: To go into the army - Dy gholl stiagh 'syn armee. DF idiom

go round1 goll mygeayrt: To go round the world - Dy gholl slane mygeayrt y dowan. DF idiom

headland (n.) gob; immyr; kione: To double a headland - Dy gholl mygeayrt kione-cheerey. DF idiom; rourey; stroin

hill (n.) cronk: To climb a hill in top - Dy gholl seose cronk 'syn ard ghear. DF idiom; knock; ughtagh

lope (v.) lheim: To lope along - Dy gholl er oaie lesh lheim. DF idiom

lord (n.) chiarn: The Lord bless us - Dy gholl er oaie lesh lheim. DF idiom; reejerey

of the wood (gen.) keyllagh; (ny) keylley: To go by way of the wood - Dy gholl raad ny keylley. DF idiom

parade (v.) cur er paraid, paraidal, taishbyney; paraid: To go on parade - Dy gholl er paraid. DF idiom; (n.) mooar-hooyl

pension (n.) argid-pohlldal, argid bea, toyrtys vleeaney; penshyn: To retire on pension - Dy gholl magh er penshyn. DF idiom; thie lhiabbagh

procession (n.) cosheeaght, immeeaght; ard-hooyl: To join the procession - Dy gholl 'syn ard-hooyl. DF idiom; mooar-hooyl: Torchlight procession - Mooar-hooyl fo doaganyn. DF idiom

prowl rouail; rouailley; shelg: To go on the prowl - Dy gholl er y chelg. DF idiom

retire1 (v.) cur seose; faagail; goll dy chadley; goll dy lhie; goll ergooyl; goll magh: To retire on pension - Dy gholl magh er penshyn. DF idiom; irree ass

retract (v.) tayrn er ash, yrjaghey; goll er ash: To retract one's word - Dy gholl er ash er yn ockle eu. DF idiom

roost farrar: To go to roost - Dy gholl er farrar. DF idiom; goll dy lhie; goll er farrar; goll er y clat chiark

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

uphill doccaragh, doillee, tooilleilagh; seose yn chronk; seose yn ughtagh: To go uphill - Dy gholl seose yn ughtagh. DF idiom

woods (npl.) keylljyn: To take to the woods - Dy gholl gys ny keylljyn. DF idiom

yards (npl.) stundayrtyn: Five yards away from us - Queig stundayrtyn voin. DF idiom; slattyn: To man the yards - Dy gholl er ny slattyn DF idiom

Antioch (f.) (Yn) Antioch: Agh tra v'ad er gholl veih Perga, haink ad gys Antioch ayns Pisidia

archyn arches: As ny archyn oc roish y chooyrt sodjey-magh, as va biljyn-palm er ny pillaryn oc er dagh cheu, as va shiaght greeishyn dy gholl seose er.

ard-reillyn principalities: Ta er gholl gys niau, as ta er laue yesh Yee, huggeysyn ta ainleyn as ard-reillyn, as pooaraghyn er nyn injillaghey.; authorities

Bock Yuan Fannee Shank's pony: Ta cuirrey er ve currit dys Bock Yuan Fannee dy gholl dys three jeu mleeaney nastee. Carn

Boddagh Boyde: Hug mee jerrey er y vlieauney dy moghey, ta Ned Boddagh geddyn poost jiu, t'ou cooinaght, as ghiall mee dy gholl sheese as cur daue car er y fiddle. Coraa

chionnys 1 buy a: My chionnys oo sharvaant Hebrewnagh Bible; 2 compel: quoi-erbee chionnys ort dy gholl un veeley mârish Bible

cleaynagh (adj.) attractive, circumventory, coaxing, inclinable, inclining, slopewise, witching: Beign daue cur nyn enmyn gys conaant dy hirveish rish queig bleeaney, as eisht veagh ad seyr dy gholl boayl erbee ballloo; cheb cleaynagh rish deiney debejagh! Dhoor; (n.) addict, deviationist, pervert, tempter

Commeeys Celtiagh (Yn); (The) Celtic League: T'eh er dagh Manninagh dooie dy gholl stiagh ayns Mec Vannin as y Commeeys Celtiagh nish. Carn

cooilleeneyderyn revengers: Ta mee guee ort, lhig da'n ree cooinaghtyn er y Chiarn dty Yee, nagh surr oo ny cooilleeneyderyn-folley dy gholl er nyn doshiaght, nagh stroie ad my vac. Bible

cooyrtyn courts: Ta mannym geearree as goaill foddeeaght dy gholl stiagh ayns cooyrtyn y Chiarn Bible

corpagh bodily, corporal, incarnate, physical: v'eh jeeaghyn dy dooyrt yn whaiyl shoh dy vel kied ec reiltys dy chur er sleih dy gholl ass nyn geeayll choud's nagh vel shen jeant ayns aght corpagh. Carn

cur mow annihilate, blot out, decay, destroy, ruin: dy gholl laue roosyn va son cur mow ad Bible; demolish; overthrow

dooinney berchagh (=Ir. duine beartach) rich man: Son te ny sassey da camel goll trooid croae snaidey, na da dooinney berchagh dy gholl stiagh ayns reeriaght Yee. Bible

dowan cosmos, earth, macrocosm, universe, world: Dy gholl slane mygeayrt y dowan. DF; dawn of day

drogh spyrryd demon: As tra vee er jeet thie, hooar ee e hinneen ny lhie er y lhiabbee, as y drogh spyrryd er gholl ass-jee Bible

Ellanyn ny Geyrragh (f.) (The) Faeroes: Ta'n Commeeys Celtiagh laccal tuarastyl va jeant ec lughtyn-reill Ellanyn ny Geyrragh mychione y gholl fo dy ve currit magh neesht. BS; (The) Faroe Islands

Greece Greece: tra veh er gholl harrish ny ardjyn shen, as dy jeean er choyrlaghey ad, haink eh gys Greece Bible

greeishyn (f.) See greeshyn flight of steps, staircase; steps, stairs: va shiaght greeishyn dy gholl seose orroo Bible

guee er appeal, beg, begging, beseech, beseeching, crave, craving, curse, cursing, entreat, invoke, oath taking, pray, praying, swear, swear by: guee er eh dy gholl roish Bible

gyn kiarail less: Sleih dy hreishteil dy gholl gys niau, as foast gyn kiarail y ghoaill dy yannoo ad hene aarloo er y hon. CS

lheah (of plants) forward; soon: As dooyrt Moses rish, Cha lheah's veem's er gholl magh ass yn ard-valley, nee'm my laueyn y hroggal seose gys y Chiarn Bible

liagh standing stone: Gull-jee, shiuish lhongyn Tarshish, son te ny hraartys, myr shen liagh vel thie faagit, ny boayl erbee dy gholl stiagh ayn: veih cheer Chittim te er ny ockley-magh orroo. Bible

nailt will you, wish you, wilt you: Nailt eisht shin dy gholl as dy ghaartlian ass eh? Bible

pillar pl. pillaryn pillar: As hie'n Chiarn rhymboo 'sy laa ayns pillar bodjallagh, dy leeideil y raad daue, as 'syn oie ayns pillar dy aile, dy choyrt daue soilshey; dy gholl er nyn doshiaght 'sy laa as 'syn oie. Bible

poosey casherick holy matrimony: My ta fys ec veg jiuish er ayr erbee lowal dy lhiettal yn daa phersoon shoh dy gholl cooidjagh ayns Poosey casherick, ta shiu dy hoilshaghey eh PB1765

quayllagh of hearing: as er gholl stiagh ayns thie ny quayllagh, marish ny ard-chaptanyn Bible

raad liauyr good way: Ta foast raad liauyr ayd ry-gholl. DF; long road

scoillaraght bursary: Y studeyr Manninagh chossyn scoillaraght y vlein shoh dy gholl gys Scoill-spoar Eddyrashoonagh NASA ayns Houston, Texas, t'ee er jeet erash gys Mannin. BS

scoltaghyn splits; clefts: Dy gholl stiagh ayns scoltaghyn ny creggyn, as fo mullagh ny creggyn brishtagh, kyndagh rish aggle y Chiarn Bible; interstices

shayll (f.) bout, piece of work, rotating, share, spell, stint, trick, turn: Nish tra haink shayll dagh moidyn mygeayrt, dy gholl stiagh gys ree Ahasuerus Bible; (of work) bout; shift

sheear hwoaie (f.) north-west, north-westerly, north-western: Lught-reaghee rathyn Daa Cheead Sheear Hwoaie, t'ad smooinaghtyn dy jean Co-Whaiyl Nerin Twoaie cur kied Jerdein da ny ratchyn dy gholl er oi. BS

siyragh cursory, expeditious, hastening, hasty, hurried, impetuous, passion, prompt, rash: Ny bee siyragh dy gholl ass e hilley: Bible; speedy

surdremagh trustworthy: Eisht dooyrt eh, Eie er hym, dy vod fys ve aym cre'n tribe t'eh jeh, as vel eh dooinney surdremagh dy gholl mayrt. Apoc

tasteragh (act of) thrashing: Va Yernee cliaghtey gholl mygeayrt tasteragh da ny eirinee lesh soostyn. EF

veem's I shall be: Cha lheah's veem's er gholl magh ass yn ard-valley, nee'm my laueyn y hroggal seose gys y Chiarn Bible

abideth (v.) fuirriaghtyn: He that abideth in this city shall die by the sword - Eshyn ta fuirriaghtynsyn ard-valley shoh, yiow eh baase lesh y chliwe Bible; surranse: all that abideth not the fire ye shall make go through the water - ooilley nagh vel surranse yn aile, ver shiu er dy gholl trooid yn ushtey Bible; fuirriaght: he abideth at Jerusalem - teh fuirriaght ec Jerusalem Bible; er-mayrn: thou hast laid the foundation of the earth, and it abideth - tou er hoiaghey undin ny hooirey, as te er-mayrn Bible; tannaghtyn: but the earth abideth for ever - agh tan thalloo tannaghtyn veih sheeloghe gys sheeloghe Bible

beg (v.) caayney; guee er: I beg you not to go so far - Ta mee guee ort dyn dy gholl choud. JJK idiom; jeirkal; shirrey jeirk; hirr; shooyl ny dhieyn; (to); (dy) chaayney; shirrey: I beg your pardon - Ta mee shirrey yn phardoon eu. JJK idiom

double daa cheayrt: Double as long as this - Daa cheayrt cha liauyr as shoh. DF idiom; dooblaghey: Double up paper - Pabyr y ghooblaghey. DF idiom; doopley; dooble: At the double - Dooble-happee. DF idiom; doobley; dooblit: Double lock - Glass dooblit. DF idiom; (to); (dy) gholl mygeayrt; filley; kink; lappal; mooadaghey daa cheayrt; daa wheesh, ghaa wheesh: I am double your age - Ta mee daa wheesh yn eash ayd. DF idiom; lhannoon; scaan

entrance (v.) cheet, cur drualtys er, cur fo drualtys; (n.) entreilys: I have no entrance to that society - Cha nel entreilys erbee aym da'n cheshaght shen. DF idiom; stiagh; goll stiagh: To make one's entrance - Dy gholl stiagh. DF idiom; beeal: The harbour entrance is wide - Ta beeal ny purtey lhean. DF idiom

good way doaie mie er: He is in a good way - Ta doaie mie er. DF idiom; raad liauyr: You still have a good way to go - Ta foast raad liauyr ayd ry-gholl. DF idiom

heretofore (adv.) roish nish; roish shoh: now I write to them which heretofore have sinned - ta mee scrieu hucsyn ta roish shoh er nyannoo peccah Bible; roie; roïe: for ye have not passed this way heretofore - son cha vel shiu er gholl yn raad shoh roïe Bible

house of mourning (n.) thie baaish; thie ny trimshee: It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting - Te ny share dy gholl gys thie ny trimshee, na gys thie ny cuirraghyn Bible; thie ny farrarey: Enter not into the house of mourning - Ny gow stiagh ayns thie ny farrarey Bible

mount (n.) cabbyl, slieau; crongan, cronk; shasstan; slieau: The Sermon on the Mount - Yn Sharmane er y Clieau. DF idiom; (v.) drappal; festal; goll er mooin: To mount a horse - Dy gholl er mooin cabbyl. DF idiom; goll seose, cur seose; lheim er mooin; lheimyragh er mooin; mooadaghey; soie

report cur coontey jeh; (to); (dy) gholl kionefenish; feeam; fou: This report is false - Ta'n fou shoh foalsey. JJK idiom; frap; imraa: Meteorological report - Imraa ny hemshyr. DF idiom; insh; insh skeeal er; polt; raah; rooit; sheean; skeeal; tharmane; tuarastyl: Annual report - Tuarastyl vleinoil. DF idiom

sail (n., v.) shiaull: Trice up a sail - Shiaull y chrappey seose. DF idiom; shiauil; shiauill: Sail north of the island - Shiauill my hwoaie jeh'n ellan. DF idiom; shiauley; shiaulley: To go for a sail - Dy gholl magh son shiaulley. DF idiom

stoop cleayney; croym-lhinganys; croymmey: He had to stoop to go through the doorway - Begin da croymmey dy gholl trooid yn dorrys. DF idiom; cruittys; lhoobey; imlaghey; injillaghey: I wouldn't stoop to that - Cha jinnin ginjillaghey mee hene da shen. DF idiom

subjection (n.) deyrsnys; injillaght; injilley; injillid; fo bondiaght: and brought them into subjection for servants - as dy gholl fo bondiaght son sharvaantyn Bible; biallys: Let the woman learn in silence with all subjection - Lhig dan ven gynsaghey dy feagh lesh slane biallys Bible; smaght: having his children in subjection with all gravity - as e chloan fo smaght lesh slane sheeltys Bible

ayn as ass there and back: as chymmylt mysh va voalley lajer ard, as ayn as ass dy gholl cha row agh raad va freilt sthill dooint dy creoi lesh lheid y duilley as va ny share na prash my cheeadoo filley. PC

cha vel 1 am not: cha vel mee oayllagh orroo Bible; 2 is not a: Cha vel dooinney ooasle veg mannagh vel eh cummit seose liorish obbraghyn mie. EF; 3 are not: ny cur y doccar er ooilleyn pobble dy gholl gys shen; son cha vel ad mooarane Bible

chione1 (ny) by the hand: As chelleeragh huitt kay as dorraghys er; as hie eh mygeayrt râsey shirrey peccagh dy gholl ny chione Bible; mingled: 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; apiece

coorse (=Ir. cúrsa) pl. coorseyn career, circuit, curriculum, racetrack, reef, route, routine, travel, way; course: harrish coorse y nah vee Bible; row: ver uss frankincense ghlen er dagh coorse Bible; turn: tra va coorse Esther, inneen Abihail, er jeet mygeayrt dy gholl stiagh gys y ree Bible

kayt marrey catfish; seacat: Y Sarjant John Manley, as eshyn shual, dooyrt eh dy row fys currit er meoiryn-shee dy gholl gys y Kayt Marrey, ta ny haagh kiedit, lurg skeealyn jeh co-streeu ec mean- oie, y nuyoo laa Averil. BS

shooylaghan (pl -yn) esplanade, promenade, seafront: Myr va'n thie ain er-gerrey da'n Shooylaghan, va raaue currit doom dyn dy gholl faggys da'n logh; shen yn oyr nagh ren mee rieau gynsaghey snaue, as cha vod m'ayr as my voir snaue noadyr! JG; pilgrim, runagate

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