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ghoo See doo black: casley rish Pangloss as rish y shenn ennym Mooir Marmara ta kiangley ry cheilley yn Vooir Ghoo as yn Vooir Veanagh CnyO; See goo voice: clasht-jee rish my ghoo Bible


Inexact matches:

ard-chaillagh ghoo (f.) abbess

ben ghoo (f.) negress

berrish ghoo (f.) blackcurrant

Breckag ghoo-ghlass Dark Green Fritillary

Bultoor ghoo Eurasian Black Vulture

Bwoaillee Ghoo Black Fold

caillagh ghoo (f.) black guillemot; nun, Benedictine

cailliagh ghoo (f.) nun

clagh ghoo (f.) jet

Coar ghoo (f.) Black Heron

coar ghoo (f.) black stork, stork

croanreisht ghoo black nightshade

darrag ghoo (f.) bog oak

ellyn ghoo (f.) black art

fannag ghoo (f.) carrion crow

fir ghoo black men; negroes

glioonagh ghoo (f.) black bindweed

grineag ghoo (f.) black bearberry

keyrrey ghoo (f.) black sheep

laagh ghoo (f.) velvet scoter

leoaie ghoo (f.) black lead, plumbago

lhargey ghoo black-throated diver

mandrag ghoo (f.) black bryony

pishyr ghoo (f.) black pea

poht ghoo (apparatus) still

pot ghoo (f.) (illicit) whisky still: Ta mee er chlashtyn dy ren eh keayrt dy row goaill ayns laue ymmyd y yannoo jeh 'pot ghoo' as va 'poteen' er ny imbyl echeysyn. Dhoor

putage ghoo (f.) black pudding

rannag ghoo (f.) toad

shaslagh ghoo (f.) black bentgrass

shillish ghoo (f.) black cherry

shocklaid ghoo (f.) plain chocolate

smeyr ghoo (f.) bramble berry: honnick mee eh reesht as ga dy row e ennym jarroodit aym, dyllee mee er, 'Bannee mee! Feeyn smeyr ghoo,' as va cooinaght er orrym. Carn

sternag chleeau-ghoo (f.) whiskered tern

sternag ghoo (f.) black tern

stronnag ghoo (f.) guillemot

stronnag scoarnagh-ghoo (f.) ancient murrelet

thoyn-vane chleaysh-ghoo black-eared wheatear

thoyn-vane ghoo (f.) black wheatear

thoyn-yiarg ghoo (f.) black redstart

thunnag ghoo (f.) black duck

tobbyr ghoo (f.) inkwell

treshlen scoarnagh-ghoo (f.) black-throated thrush

Trutlag ghoo Spotless Starling

Vooir Ghoo (f.) (Yn); (The) Black Sea

feddag chass ghoo (f.) Kentish plover

feddag reaisht ghoo (f.) squatarola

lesh un ghoo unison

muc ghoo er (f.) depressed, dumps, mope

oltyn yn ghoo vocal organs

tayrn drogh ghoo er disparage

teaddyn yn ghoo vocal cords

nun (n.) ben austeyr; ben reillt; caillagh ghoo; cailliagh ghoo

dumps muc ghoo er: She's down in the dumps - Ta'n vuc ghoo urree. DF idiom

black bearberry (n.) grineag ghoo

black bentgrass (n.) shaslagh ghoo

black bindweed (n.) glioonagh ghoo

black bryony (n.) mandrag ghoo

black cherry (n.) shillish ghoo

blackcurrant (n.) berrish ghoo

black duck (n.) thunnag ghoo

Black Fold (n.) Bwoaillee Ghoo

Black Heron (n.) Coar ghoo

black men (npl.) fir ghoo

black nightshade (n.) croanreisht ghoo

black pea (n.) pishyr ghoo

black redstart (n.) thoyn-yiarg ghoo

Black Sea (n.) (The); (Yn) Vooir Ghoo

black stork (n.) coar ghoo

black wheatear (n.) thoyn-vane ghoo

bog oak (n.) darrag ghoo

inkwell (n.) tobbyr ghoo

mope (v.) muc ghoo er

negress (n.) ben ghoo

negroes (npl.) fir ghoo

plain chocolate (n.) shocklaid ghoo

Spotless Starling (n.) Trutlag ghoo

squatarola (n.) feddag reaisht ghoo

velvet scoter (n.) laagh ghoo

whisky still (n.) (illicit) pot ghoo

ard-ghoo fame, illustriousness, renown: Ta ard-ghoo ec y daa heer myr buill ry-hoi laghyn seyrey. Carn

drogh-ghoo disrepute, reproach, evil report: dinsh Joseph da e ayr jehn drogh-ghoo oc Bible

ancient murrelet (n.) stronnag scoarnagh-ghoo

black1 doo: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; ghoo: in the black and dark night - ayns fastyr yn oie ghoo ghorraghey Bible; gorrym; dooey; (v.) dooghey, dullyraghey; gobbal

black-eared wheatear (n.) thoyn-vane chleaysh-ghoo

black eye (n.) sooill-ghoo

black-throated thrush (n.) treshlen scoarnagh-ghoo

bramble berry (n.) smeyr, smeyr ghoo

coal black geayl-ghoo

crepuscular (adj.) breck-ghoo, dorraghey

damson (n.) airnag-ghoo; damsyl

Eurasian Black Vulture (n.) Bultoor ghoo

evil report (n.) drogh-ghoo

illustriousness (n.) ard-ghoo, erroortys, ooashlid

jet black (n., adj.) deyll-ghoo

Kentish plover (n.) feddag chass ghoo

plumbago (n.) leoaie ghoo; sumark varrey

reputation (n.) ambee; ard-ghoo: a doctor of the law, had in reputation among all the people - fer-ynsee jehn leigh, ayns ard-ghoo mastey ooilley yn pobble Bible; goo; foaynoo

toad1 (n.) beayf, beayoo, rannag ghoo

vocal organs (npl.) oltyn yn ghoo

whiskered tern (n.) sternag chleeau-ghoo

airnag-ghoo damson

breck-ghoo crepuscular

deyll-ghoo jet black

geayl-ghoo coal black

sooill-ghoo black eye

Benedictine (n., adj.) Benedictagh; caillagh ghoo; (n.) jough Venedictagh

black art (n.) doo-chliaghtey, doo-ellyn, ellyn ghoo

black guillemot (n.) caillagh ghoo, calmane marrey

black lead (n.) leoaie ghoo; penn leoaie

black pudding (n.) lhoob doo, putage ghoo

black sheep (n.) keyrrey cheeir, keyrrey ghoo

black tern (n.) gant doo; sternag ghoo

carrion crow (n.) fannag chonvayrt, fannag craue, fannag ghoo

Dark Green Fritillary (n.) Breckag ghoo-ghlass

guillemot (n.) caillagh varrey, chennel, stronnag, stronnag ghoo

still2 (n.) (apparatus) sthill, poht ghoo, poht losseree

stork (n.) coar ghoo, coar vane; stork

vocal cords (npl.) teaddyn yn choraa, teaddyn yn ghoo

abbess (n.) ard-chaillagh, ard-chaillagh ghoo, ard-ven reill, ben abb, moir abb

black-throated diver (n.) thummeyder staghyllagh, thunnag ny scoarnagh doo; lhargey ghoo

depressed injil; lhag; lhag-chreeagh; meayll; merginagh; muc ghoo er

disparage (v.) jannoo beg jeh, leodaghey, tayrn drogh ghoo er, tayrn jee-voylley er

disrepute (n.) drogh-ghoo: Fall into disrepute - Drogh ghoo y heet er DF idiom

jet (n.) clagh ghoo; gob, scuit, skioot, skiootane; sock; (v.) scuital, skiootal

renown (gen.) ard-ennym, ard-ghoo, foaynoo mooar, tastoilid; ennym ooasle

unison (n.) co-yrjey, lesh un choraa, lesh un ghoo, slane coardailys

blacklist (v.) crossey; cur 'sy lioar doo: Blacklist someone - Peiagh ennagh y chur 'sy lioar ghoo. DF idiom

bond boandey, bonney, geuley, kiangley, chiangley; (v.) cur ayns thie custam, cur fo ghlass; gioal, nastey; glass; boand; raane: His word is his bond - Ta e ghoo e raane. DF idiom

challenge arganey; ceau ourys er: I challenge your word - Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF idiom; cheet neose er; cur forrane da; cur y lane fo; doolane: Open challenge - Lane doolane. DF idiom; doolaney; forrane

eye1 (v.) jeeaghyn, scrial, sooilleragh; (n.) sooill: I gave him a black eye - Daag mee sooill ghoo er. DF idiom

voice1 coraa: There was a note of sorrow in his voice - Va blass trimshey ayns e choraa. DF idiom; fwee; glare; goo; ghoo; (v.) coraaghey, glaraghey

arrymagh respectful, reverend, solemn, submissive, venerable, worshipful: cha row ad arrymagh da e ghoo. Bible; honorary

ben scarrit (f.) divorcee, divorced woman: Ben-treoghe, ny ben scarrit, ny dy ghrogh ghoo, ny streebagh Bible

cassyn (f.) feet: As va shuyr eck enmyssit Moirrey hoie myrgeddin ec cassyn Yeesey, clashtyn e ghoo Bible

ceau ourys er challenge, impeach, impugn, impugnment: Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF

craidoil burlesque, gibing, grieve, mocking, scornful: Tra t'ad d'enmys eh gys ymmyd fardailagh ny olk erbee, ta shen tra t'ad loayrt jeh Jee, ny jeh Ghoo, ny jeh hirveish, ayns aght erbee craidoil. CS

cullee (f.) pl. culleeyn 1 apparatus, equipment, kit, materials, outfit, suit; 2 flag, insignia a: Bee cullee champ Dan my-hwoaie Bible; 3 (of sky) aspect a: yn soilshey gial ren cullee ghoo y cheau, as undin niau, myr agglit, va er-creau. PC; 4 kept woman

cur kied da allow, authorise, authorize, license, permit: Hiarn nish t'ou cur kied da dty harvaant paartail ayns she, cordail rish dty ghoo. Bible

faggys (=Ir. fagius and fagus) 1 almost: V'ad faggys er n'yannoo kione orrym er y thalloo: agh cha hreig mee dt'annaghyn. Bible; 2 close, contiguous, handy, near, nearby, neighbouring; 3 nigh a: Agh tan ghoo feer faggys dhyt, ayns dty veeall Bible

feer whaagh very strange: as eisht yn eaynagh ghoo shoh laccal shen sheign ve feer whaagh, grouw, eajee, as neughlen. Bible

londeyr (f.) (pl -yn) glazed-in light, lantern, light, stable lamp, storm lamp: Ta dty ghoo londeyr da my chassyn: as soilshey da my chesmadyn Bible

meerioose (f.) carelessness, idleness, inattention, neglect, negligence, omission, regardlessness, thoughtlessness, unmindfulness: My t'ou er yannoo meerioose er saaseyn y ghrayse li orish gyn goll kinjagh gys Thie Yee, dy chlashtyn rish e Ghoo, dy ghoaill y Chreesteeaght casherick CS

neuharroogh careless, idling, inactive, slothful, unindustrious, unthrifty: clasht-jee rish my ghoo, shiuish inneenyn neu-harroogh; cur-jee tastey da my ghlare Bible

O Yee (voc.) O God: O Yee Israel, lhig da dty ghoo, ta mee guee ort ve er ny chooilleeney ren oo loayrt rish dty harvaant David my ayr. Bible

Paal Paul: Cha b'vie lesh Paal iu jough ec y traa v'ayn shen, as va palchey dy feeyn smeyr ghoo ain yn vlein shen. Carn

schimmeigit scored; streaked: As faarney jeiryn sharroo noi e oaie, Schimmeigit lesh fuill ghoo Dhoor

smeyr1 (=Ir. smeur) (f.) 1 pl. smeir berry, blackberry, bramble berry a: Cha b'vie lesh Paal iu jough ec y traa v'ayn shen, as va palchey dy feeyn smeyr ghoo ain yn vlein shen. Carn; 2 grape

smeyr2 (f.) bramble berry: dooyrt mee nagh row enney aym er Kernowagh ennmyssit Paal, agh eisht dooyrt ee dy vrie eh urree dy imraa feeyn smeyr ghoo rhym, as eisht va cooinaght aym. Carn

tastey attention, awareness, cognition, consideration, heed, keep, notice, observance, observation, observe, storage, vigilance: hug eh tastey da dty ghoo Bible

torchit anguished, tormented, tortured: Shoallyn myr eeanlee getlagh er nyn skian stiurey trooid aer ghoo torchit lesh plooghane PC

careless (adj.) meerioosagh: Many days and years shall ye be troubled, ye careless women - Ymmodee laghyn as bleeantyn vees shiu seaghnit, shiuish vraane mee-rioosagh Bible; neuchiarailagh; neuchurrymagh; neuharroogh: hear my voice, ye careless daughters - clasht-jee rish my ghoo, shiuish inneenyn neu-harroogh Bible; almoragh: to make the careless Ethiopians afraid - dy chur ny Ethiopianee almoragh ayns aggle Bible

fame (n.) ard-ennym, ard-ghoo, foaynoo; goo: And the fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh's house - As va goo jeh shoh er ny chlashtyn ayns thie Pharaoh Bible; goo mie: I will get them praise and fame in every land - cosne-yms daue moylley as goo mie, ayns dy chooilley heer Bible; goo mooar: for we have heard the fame of him - son ta shin er chlashtyn jeh e ghoo mooar Bible

reproach drogh-ghoo, goltooan; flout; floutal; floutyraght; oltooan; oltooaney: Why do you reproach us with our faults? - Cre'n oyr dy vel shiu g'oltooaney shin lesh nyn voiljyn? JJK idiom; scammyltey; tallagh; scammylt

taunt ceau flout er, ceau floutyn, ceau floutyn er; conaasagh; conaasid; connysid; flout: to be a reproach and a proverb, a taunt and a curse - dy ve son oltooan, as an-ghoo as flout, as mollaght Bible; flouteragh; grinderaght

Catolee Catholics: Ta colught Harland as Wolff er chosney ard-ghoo lesh ny lhongyn t'ad er yannoo, as drogh-ghoo er y fa nagh vel cuirrey er ny chur da "Catolee" dy obbraghey daue. Carn

ellyneyr artist: Haink eh dy ve ny ellyneyr as ard-ghoo dy liooar echey, lesh ben aalin as paitçhyn aalin. SF

flout pl. floutyn affront, aspersion, gibe, invective, rebuff, rebuttal, reproach, scorn, slander, snub, stigma, taunt, vituperation: dy ve son oltooan, as an-ghoo as flout, as mollaght Bible; scoff

ny (=Ir. na) 1 (npl.) the a: As chroo Jee yn aer; as scarr eh ny ushtaghyn fo yn aer Bible; 2 (gen.) of, of the: Shoh fer jeh cloan ny Hebrewnee. Bible; 3 what, whether, who: nee dty Ayr ta fakin ny ta jeant dy follit Bible; 4 or, nor: Ben-treoghe, ny ben scarrit, ny dy ghrogh ghoo, ny streebagh Bible; 5 do not, not: ny jean-jee yn ommijys shoh. Bible

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