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giare (=Ir. gairid) abbreviated, abridged, abrupt, brief, brusque, compact, concise, curt, laconic, short, summary: Vel my laue cha giare shen, nagh voddym livrey? Bible; mortal; (of persons) undersized; (of things) undersized; curtailed [O.Ir. gerr]


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arrey giare dog watch

Balley Giare Short Farm

Bayr Giare Short Road

Cashtal Giare Castlegar

coontey giare digest: Cha noddym cur ayns shoh agh coontey giare jeh'n lioar scanshoil shoh er y fa dy nee lioar mooar t'ayn. Carn

Croit Giare Short Croft

dowuitçher gob-giare short-billed dowitcher

dy giare brusquely: 'Scosoylagh nagh bee eh feer aashagh diu dy hoiggal er yn oyr shen, agh shen yn aght ayns ny shenn daanyn Gaelgagh-ta gagh ooilley nhee rait dy giare, dy rooisht, bunnys gyn jesheen erbee. Coraa

eeck giare (dy); (dy) underpay

giare-ym jeh I will cut off: Cur-my-ner, ta ny laghyn cheet, dy giare-ym jeh dty roih, as roih thie dt'ayrey Bible

jannoo giare shorten

jeant giare shortened

lhoob giare hairpin bend

meih giare light weight

skeeal giare short story: ta screeudeyr ny banglane Manninagh er vriaght jeem dy insh skeeal giare mychione immeeaght ny Ghaelgey rish yn laa t'ayn jiu as er-lheh yn Cheshaght Ghailckagh. Carn

thunney giare short ton

towse giare under-dose, scant measure, short measure: Vel foast ny tashtaghyn dy vee-chairys ayns thie ny mee-chairal, as yn towse giare ta feodagh ? Bible

traa giare short time: Agh ta mee treishteil ayns y Chiarn, dy jig-yms mee hene myrgeddin ayns traa giare. Bible

Giare dy heill (intj) Short life

Giare heill orroo (intj) Curse them

giare-hennaghys y çhaglym minutes of the meeting

giare ny yei soon after

jaggad giare marrinagh monkey-jacket

jannoo giare-choontey jeh summarize

sy çharrym giare in the short term

chop1 craue keeilley; puiss; mynney; (v.) giare: Chop it fine - Giare eh dy meen. DF idiom

giare-heihllagh infirm: Son ta'n leigh, jannoo ard-saggyrtyn jeh deiney giare-heihllagh Bible

abbreviated (p.pt.) aagherrit, giare, girrit

abridged giare, giare-chummaghyn, girrit

brief (v.) cur fys da, screeuyn; (adj.) cumir, cuttagh, gerroil; giare: To be brief - Dy yannoo skeeal giare jeh. DF idiom; failley leighder; (n.) mynvreetchyn

brusque (adj.) garg, giare

Castlegar (n.) Cashtal Giare

concise (adj.) cumir, giare

curt (adj.) giare, girragh

curtailed giarrit; cuttagh; giare

dog watch (n.) arrey giare

I will cut off giare-ym jeh: I will cut off thine arm - giare-ym jeh dty roih Bible

laconic (adj.) giare

light weight meih giare

monkey-jacket (n.) jaggad giare marrinagh

scant measure (n.) towse giare

Short Croft (n.) Croit Giare

Short Farm (n.) Balley Giare

short measure (n.) towse giare

Short Road (n.) Bayr Giare

short story (n.) skeeal giare

short ton (n.) thunney giare

summary (adj.) giare; (n.) giare-choontey

under-dose (n.) towse giare

underpay (to); (dy) dy eeck giare

undersized2 (adj.) (of things) giare

giare-cheeayllagh halfwit, simple, simpleton, half-witted: T'eh cur shaghrynys er creenaght ny fir-choyrlee, as jannoo ny briwnyn giare-cheeayllagh. Bible

abridgement (n.) giare-chummey, girraghey

abrupt (adj.) cuttagh, doaltattym, geyre, giare

bantam (n.) giare-chellagh; giare-chiark

bludgeon (n.) bwoailteen, giare-vad

bobtail (n.) giare-chutt

bobtailed (adj.) giare-chuttagh

brushwood (n.) creenagh, giare-fuygh, myncheyll

brusquely (adv.) dy garg; dy giare

close fighting (n.) giare-ghoarneyrys

cod boiddagh; giare-voiddagh

codling (n.) giare-voiddagh; ooyl gart

compendium (n.) giare-chummey

ephemeral giare-heiltagh; neuveayn

evanescence (n.) giare-heiltys

evanescent (adj.) giare-heiltagh

fleeting (adj.) giare-heiltagh

half-boot (n.) giare-vootys

halfwit (n.) giare-cheeayllagh, moal-hustagh

half-witted (adj.) meecheeayllagh, moal-hushtagh, giare-cheeayllagh

myopia (n.) giare-reayrtys, shilley faggys

myopic (adj.) giare-reayrtagh

near-sighted (adj.) giare-reayrtagh

Norway pout (n.) giare-chutt, Loghlynagh

of few days giare-heiltagh

purblind (adj.) doal-inchynagh, giare-reayrtagh, lieh-ghoal

purblindness (n.) doal-inchynaght, giare-reayrtys, lieh-ghellid

sententious (adj.) giare-'ocklagh

sententiousness (n.) giare-'ocklaght

short beg: Will you take a short walk? - Jean shiu walkal beg? JJK idiom; giare: Has not the time for sleep been short ? - Nagh vel traa yn chadlee er ve giare? JJK idiom; giare-chiarklaghey; giare-chiarkyl; giare-scannane; goan; goun; stuggagh; tiark

short armed giare-roihagh

short-armed giare-roihagh

short-billed dowitcher (n.) dowuitçher gob-giare

short-breathed giare-ennallagh

short circuit giare-hymshal

short-eared (adj.) giare-chleayshagh

short-footed giare-chassagh

shorthand (n., adj.) giare-screeu

short-handled (adj.) giare-chassagh

shorthand writer (n.) giare-screeuder

short-headed (adj.) giare-chlaiginagh

shorthorn (n.) giare-eairkagh

short-legged giare-chassagh; giare-lurgagh

Short life (intj) Giare dy heill

short-lived (adj.) giare-heillagh, giare-heiltagh, neuveayn

short-necked (adj.) giare-wannalagh

short-range (adj.) giare-orraghey

shortsighted (adj.) giare-reayrtagh, giare-vriwnyssagh

short-sighted giare-vriwnyssagh

shortsightedness (n.) giare-reayrtys, shilley faggys

short-term (adj.) giare-charrymagh, giare-hraa

short-waisted (adj.) giare-vouinagh

short-winded (adj.) giare-ennallagh

soon after giare ny yei

stenographer (n.) giare-screeuder

stenography (n.) giare-screeu

stub axle (n.) giare-essyl

stub mast (n.) giare-chroan

summarize (v.) jannoo giare-choontey jeh

summary prosecution (n.) giare-hual

giare-charrymagh short-term

giare-chassagh short-footed, short-handled, short-legged

giare-chellagh bantam

giare-chiark (f.) bantam

giare-chiarklaghey short

giare-chiarkyl short

giare-chlaiginagh short-headed

giare-chleayshagh short-eared

giare-chooat short jacket

giare-choonlagh stubble

giare-choontey summary: Haink y naight shoh rish ayns giare-choontey jeh cooishyn y Lught-Reill Lectraghys liorish y Caairliagh Eddie Teare, oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed. BS

giare-chroan stub mast

giare-chummaghyn abridged

giare-chummey abridgement, abstract, compendium

giare-chutt bobtail, Norway pout, pollock

giare-chuttagh bobtailed

giare-eairkagh shorthorn

giare-ennallagh short-breathed, short-winded

giare-essyl (f.) stub axle

giare-fuygh brushwood

giare-ghoarneyrys close fighting

giare-heillagh short-lived

giare-heiltagh ephemeral, evanescent, fleeting, of few days, short-lived: t'eh giare-heihltagh, as lane dy hreihys. Bible

giare-heiltys evanescence

giare-hennaghys minutes

giare-hraa short-term

giare-hual summary prosecution

giare-hymshal short circuit

giare-lurgagh short-legged

giare-'ocklagh sententious

giare-'ocklaght (f.) sententiousness

giare-orraghey short-range

giare-reayrtagh myopic, near-sighted, purblind; shortsighted

giare-reayrtys myopia, purblindness, shortsightedness

giare-roihagh short-armed, short armed

giare-scannane short

giare-screeu shorthand, stenography: Choonseil Boandyrys as Freealtys ayns Lunnin Jelune, cha dod ad goll er oi lesh y chooish jea, er y fa nagh row cleragh oikoil ayn dy yannoo notyn giare-screeu jeh ny h-immeeaghtyn. BS

giare-screeuder shorthand writer, stenographer

giare-vad bludgeon

giare-voiddagh cod, codling

giare-vootys half-boot

giare-vouinagh short-waisted

giare-vriwnyssagh short-sighted; shortsighted

giare-wannalagh short-necked

abstract bouyranagh, do-hoiggal, giare-chummey, neuloaghtagh, scartagh

Curse them (intj) Giare heill orroo; Scaalhean orroo

hairpin bend (n.) lhoob geyre, lhoob giare

in the short term sy çharrym giare

shorten (v.) aagherraghey, girraghey, giarraghey, jannoo giare

short jacket (n.) giare-chooat, jirkin, perree

simpleton (n.) blebbin, bolvane, giare-cheeayllagh, lag-hustagh, thoot

corranyn hooks: Son roish yn ouyr, lurg da'n blaa v'er jeet gys slane aase, as y berrish-feeyney geayr er n'appaghey ayns y vlaa, giare-ee eh jeh ny slattagyn lesh corranyn-pollal, as gowee eh ersooyl, as giare-ee eh sheese ny banglaneyn. Bible

compact (n.) co-ghloo; coardail; kishtey poodyr; (adj.) chion; conaant; cruinn; giare; cumir

digest (n.) coontey giare, girraghane; (v.) cur ayns oardagh; toiggal; lheie; jee-lheie

minutes of the meeting (n.) giare-hennaghys y çhaglym

mortal (adj., n.) marvaanagh: Man is mortal - Ta dooinney marvaanagh. JJK idiom; giare

necked (adj.) mwannalagh: Short necked - Giare-wannalagh. DF idiom

pollock (n.) callig, gardash, giare-chutt, gilpin, keeilleig, skissack

shortened cuttagh; giarrit; girrit; jeant giare; jeant ny s'girrey

laghyn days: Laghyn e aegid t'ou er n'yannoo giare Bible

marrooagh deadly, fatal, lethal, overpowering: Giare magh y marrooagh. DF; internecine

infirm (adj.) asslayntagh; corragh; lag-layntagh; neufondagh; neuhickyr; giare-heihllagh; annoon; lhag; faase

short time (n.) fhyt, gerrid, traa giare; tammylt beg: For a short time - Rish tammylt beg. DF idiom

simple giare-cheeayllagh; imlee; macaintagh; meecheeayllagh; neuchialgagh; oney, ôney; gyn tort; neuchramp: Simple interest - Use neuchramp. DF idiom

bite bait, lure; wick: as y bite giare-cheaut cha der eh ass Bible

brish-ym I will break: brish-ym ayns peeshyn ny giattyn prashey, as giare-ym veih-my-cheilley ny boltyn yiarn Bible

cedar pl. cedaryn cedar: giare-ym sheese e viljyn thollee cedar, Bible

corran-pollal pruning hook: giare-ee eh jeh ny slattagyn lesh corranyn-pollal Bible

cur ayns fit in: Cha noddym cur ayns shoh agh coontey giare jeh'n lioar scanshoil shoh er y fa dy nee lioar mooar t'ayn. Carn

folteyr hairdresser: Agh choard y folteyr dy ren ee coardail rish shen, tra va'n folt eck giarrit dy ve giare. BS

geddyn reesht recover, regain: Agh lhig dooin geddyn reesht yn ghlare; Hig ferishyn er-ash Dy ghaunsin reesht lesh kesmad giare Dhoor

gyn oanluckey unburied: yeeagh eh er magher y chaggee, raad va ny Manninee er n'yannoo caggey tammylt giare roish shen, as raad va ymmodee kirp varroo foast nyn lhie gyn oanluckey. Chron

hallooin of earth: cha vel mee geddyn veg: giare sheese eh, cha vel eh agh goaill seose room hallooin Bible

jesheen (f.) (pl -yn) adornment, ornament, trinket: agh shen yn aght ayns ny shenn daanyn Gaelgagh - ta gagh ooilley nhee rait dy giare, dy rooisht, bunnys gyn jesheen erbee. Coraa

juys (=Ir. guibhas) conifer, fir, pine, pine tree, pinewood: giare-ym sheese e viljyn thollee cedar, as e reih biljyn-juys Bible

myr shen hene all the same, even so: as ny-yeih myr shen hene huitt ad giare. Bible

pairkal (=Ir. páirceáil) park, parking: Foddee dy beagh pairkal giare-çharrymagh nastee ny neugheyr. BS

quaaltys (f.) interview, meeting: Foddee dy bee yn kiartey jeh Turneyr Theayagh goll er soilsheeney as yeearreyderyn er list giare goaill ayrn ayns quaaltys liorish bing Vanninagh. BS

reejereeyn nobles, princes: cha bee nyn drimshey agh giare fo errey ree ny reejereeyn Bible

shillab (f.) syllable: Va ny Shapaanee screeu daan giare as treead-nane shillab ayn v'ad gra 'tanka' rish. Dhoor

treead thirty: Va ny Shapaanee screeu daan giare as treead-nane shillab ayn v'ad gra 'tanka' rish. Dhoor

minutes (npl.) giare-hennaghys, imraaghyn-giarey, mynimmeeaghtyn; minnidyn: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom

stubble (n.) giare-choonlagh: Behold, they shall be as stubble - Cur-my-ner, bee ad myr y yiare-choonlagh Bible; stubble: and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble? - as jed oo geiyrt er y stubble chirrym? Bible; stubbyl: gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble - airh, argid, claghyn costal, fuygh, traagh, stubbyl Bible; coau: and the whirlwind shall take them away as stubble - as gowee yn gheay-chassee ersooyl ad myr y coau Bible

marr-ym I will slay: As giare-yms jeh yn briw veih yn vean echey, as marr-ym ooilley ny princeyn echey marish, ta'n Chiarn dy ghra. Bible

rhollanyn 1 rings a: Er son ny rhollanyn oc vad cha ard dy row ad atchimagh, as va nyn rhollanyn lane dy hooillyn mygeayrt-y-moo nyn giare. Bible; 2 naves a: va ny essylyn oc, as ny rhollanyn oc, as ny croughyn oc, as ny spakyn oc ooilley roit. Bible

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