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gial (=Ir. geal) bright, clear, fulgent, light-coloured, shining, snowy, white: bee ad gial myr sniaghtey Bible


Inexact matches:

argid gial silver money

breck gial salmon trout, sea trout

eeast gial whitefish

feeyn gial white wine

foiee gial whitewood

frass gial sunny shower

gial beg flutter: Verym gial beg er. DF

Gial shen (impv) Promise that

lhune gial light ale

Purt Gial Shining Port

shynnagh gial silver fox

tartyr gial cream of tartar

traaghyn gial bright intervals

cha gial as sniaghtey snow-white: Va e chione as e olt bane myr ollan, cha gial as sniaghtey; as va e hooillyn myr lossey dy aile Bible

cur gial er betting, lay a wager

cur gial er gagh cheu (as bet) hedge

feeyn gial Germaanagh hock

bright intervals (npl.) traaghyn gial

flutter bennalt; craa; gial beg: I'll have a little flutter on it - Verym gial beg er. DF idiom; sout; soutaghey; soutal; clussaghey

fulgent (adj.) gial

light ale (n.) lhune gial

light-coloured (adj.) daah-eddrym, gial

Promise that (impv) Gial shen

salmon trout (n.) breck gial

sea trout (n.) breck gial

Shining Port (n.) Purt Gial

silver fox (n.) shynnagh gial

snowy (adj.) gial, sniaghtagh

sunny shower (n.) frass gial

whitefish (n.) eeast gial

white wine (n.) feeyn gial

whitewood (n.) foiee gial

walker tucker; fuller: As haink y coamrey echey dy ve sollys, erskyn towse gial myr y sniaghtey; nagh row walker er y thalloo oddagh jannoo cha gial roo. Bible

bookmaker (n.) gial-ghlackeyder, jantagh lioar

cream of tartar (n.) tartyr gial

milk white (adj.) gial-vane

silver-haired (adj.) gial-lheeah

silvery (adj.) argidagh, gial-lheeah

snow-white (adj.) cha gial as sniaghtey

sparkling white (adj.) gial-vane

turf accountant (n.) gial-glackeyder

gial-ghlackeyder bookmaker

gial-glackeyder turf accountant

gial-lheeah silver-haired, silvery

gial-vane milk white, sparkling white

betting bettal; chebbal; cur gial er

bright bio, bioyr, gial, lonragh, lossanagh, sollys, sullyr

hock (n.) feeyn gial Germaanagh; craue yskid; speir

lay a wager (v.) cur gial er

silver money (n.) argid gial, argid glass

drillinagh sparking; sparkling: Va'n keayn as va'n speyr gial as drillinagh. Dhoor

louraneagh leprous: va e laue louraneagh, cha gial as sniaghtey. Bible

ruishagh ruddy: Ta my ghraih's gial as ruishagh Bible

sniaghtey (=Ir. sneachta, Sc.G. sneachd) snow: va e gharmad gial myr sniaghtey Bible [O.Ir. snechta]

arrayed (v.) choamree: and arrayed him in vestures of fine linen - as choamree eh eh ayns garmadyn sheeidey Bible; coamrit: being arrayed in white linen - coamrit ayns aanrit gial Bible

clear1 baghtal: That's clear enough - Ta shen baghtal dy liooar. DF idiom; cleeir, gial, glen, hollys, leayr, sollys, sullyr, chiarrey, rea, seyrey, seyr veih gioal, sheeley; neuvodjallit, sheelit; cur baght er, eeck custym, giallaghey; feayshlit

fuller (n.) gialleyder; leaddan; leaddanagh; mwyllar walkee; tucker, walkeyder; walker: so as no fuller on earth can white them - nagh row walker er y thalloo oddagh jannoo cha gial roo Bible

hedge cleigh: The wind blew the snow against the hedge - Heid y gheay y sniaghtey ayns sheebey noi'n cleigh. DF idiom; (n.) cleiy; faal: Quickest hedge - Faal bio. DF idiom; shaghnys; (v.) cur gial er gagh cheu

shining gial; goulragh; sollys: as the tender grass springing out of the earth by clear shining after rain - myr y faiyr ta gaase ass y thalloo liorish bree sollys y ghrian lurg frassyn Bible

white1 bane: A white waistcoat will suit you - Nee vest bane cheet jesh jiu. JJK idiom; vane: You are as impudent as a white stone - T'ou cha daaney as clagh vane. JJK idiom; baney; banee; gial

aalican fine weather, great calm, halcyon: Nish y ghrian vannee skellal magh e phooar chemmal y dor'ghys t'ayns y diunid wooar, as Satan shiaulley ayns yn aalican, goaill taitnys mooar ayns goullyn gial y ghrian PC

aasoil growing: Ta'n ghrian corp aileagh sollys gial gloyroil breeoil as cheh, cur niart aasoil da'n theihll chammah 's soilshey. PC; vegetative

ard-phooar supreme power: O Uriel gial, ayd ta lheid y ghloyr dy ve shirveishagh treishtit fo'n ard-phooar PC

ard-voylley 1 (n.) accolade, citation, eulogy a: ainleyn gial Yee, ren fakin ooilley'n traa yn obbyr niartal, hug ard-voylley da PC; 2 (v.) eulogize, exalt

attaghyn crowns: as er ny stuill honnick mee kiare shanstyryn as feed nyn soie, coamrit ayns coamrey gial; as v'oc er nyn ging attaghyn dy airh. PB1765

coamraghyn clothing, garments, vestments: As dreggyr fer jeh ny shanstyryn, gra rhym, Quoi ad shoh ta coamrit ayns coamraghyn gial? Bible

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

dooinney aeg (=Ir. duine-eg.) swain, young man: As hie ad stiagh ayns yn oaie, as honnick ad dooinney aeg ny hoie er y cheu yesh, coamrit ayns coamrey liauyr gial: as v'ad agglagh. Bible

dullyragh dim, opaqueness: solley va mee cur enney rieugh er yn eeast gastey shen, er yn poyll dhoo dullyragh t'eh ny chummal ayn; er yn vroogh vlaagagh, er yn ushtey gial grianagh 'ny roie . Coraa

fer meanagh intermediary, mediator: gial shoo o aer myghinagh ta shuin gui oyrts, tryid Iesy khriyst nan ierr meynagh as ghiani shuin riist. PB1610

goullyn rays: as Satan shiaulley ayns yn aalican, goaill taitnys mooar ayns goullyn gial y ghrian PC

neuirrinagh false: gial gy vod dy ghill freelit goni vei austylyn niau irrinagh ve ordiit as liidjit liorish boghilyn firrinagh, as kredjuoil, tryid Iesy Khrist nan jiarn . PB1610

pooaryn powers: haink fodd' as gerrid veih dagh boayn jeh'n reill, seraphim gial as pooaryn ard leeideil ny troopyn sollys PC

sollysagh luminous: Bwoailt lesh goull ny h'Arragh oor my-hiar, As ooilley yn eilley lhurgagh spreiht lesh bineyn Veih'n chah; as ny skeogyn gial as sollysagh Va jannoo e vaaish dy yeeagh' myr irree ny ghreiney Dhoor

'sy speyr aloft, overhead, sky-high, skywards: er yn poyll dhoo dullyragh, er yn ushtey gial grianagh, er ny brooghyn breck rish blaaghyn, er ny eeanlee myr milley drilleeyn 'sy speyrh shoh . Coraa

tarrish dear, tender: ta shuiniyn liorish nan annuiny erna ianu: gial sho dy aer myghinagh er grayi dy vack tarrish Iesy Khrist nan Jiarn. PB1610

yeeassit borrowed, lent, seconded: myr eayst yial, er y voall ny er y scrah, yn dooghys nagh vel gial, foast lesh yn soilshey yeeassit ta aynjee, ayns kiartys corrym t'ee reill reeriaght ny h-oie. PC

birragyn fangs: Eisht y slane assag buinnaght foawragh, cho gial as sniaghtey er y clieau, lesh sooillyn jiargey as birragyn oarlagh er lhiurid, ren ee lheimmey magh grinderagh er yn inneen, ren corlheimyraght ergooyl voish. CL; points, spikes: she reih v'ayn eddyr baase ec birragyn yn assag buinnaght, ny baase ec birragyn ny creggyn geyre foee. CL

macsoyley instance, metaphor: gial ta shuin gui oyrts, aer smu myghinagh, gy vod ish tryid dy ghuney beaghey gy kreidjoil as niist immiaght ayns mak souley bee, nyrg tagnys ayns y tyyl shoo nish, as niist ve goyl ayrn dyn gloyr gybragh farraghtyn ayns y tyyl ra hiit PB1610

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