bore1 tharrarey, thiolley, towley, lheead tuill, saih marrey; (v.) keylaghey, saih trooid; dymmyrk: He bore himself well - Dymmyrk eh eh hene dy mie. DF idiom; (v.) rug: She bore a son to the world - Rug ee mac da'n theihll. DF idiom; (to); (dy) vransey; (n.) towl; feer ghree: This work is a bore - Ta'n obbyr shoh feer ghree. DF idiom
soie1 (=Ir. suí, suigh) seating, sitting, situate, aground, seated; resting place; session; sit, sitteth: As ayns cooishyn leigh nee ad soie ayns briwnys Bible; (as boat) bottom; (impv) set: Soie shiu dial nyn ghree liorish yn ghrian dy ynrickys. Bible; invest; mount, mounting; manhandle [O.Ir. saidid]
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