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giattyn gates: Va ooilley ny ard-valjyn shoh er nyn niartaghey lesh voallaghyn ard, giattyn as barryn, marish ymmodee baljyn foshlit Bible


Inexact matches:

Giattyn Beggey Little Fields

giattyn mooie outer gates

arreyderyn ny giattyn keepers of the door: As ghow captan y ghard Seraiah yn ard-saggyrt, as Zephaniah yn nah haggyrt, as three arreyderyn ny giattyn Bible

doon ny giattyn er lock out

Faaie ny Giattyn Beggey Little Fields Flat

er y neear on the west: Er y niar, three giattyn; er y twoaie three giattyn; er y jiass, three giattyn; as er y neear, three giattyn. Bible

gates (npl.) dorryssyn; giattyn: The outer gates - Ny giattyn mooie. DF idiom

Little Fields (npl.) Giattyn Beggey

outer gates (npl.) giattyn mooie

giattyn-prash gates of brass: Son teh er vrishey ny giattyn-prash: as er yiarey ny barryn yiarn veih-my-cheilley. Bible

Little Fields Flat (n.) Faaie ny Giattyn Beggey

lock out (v.) doon ny giattyn er, glassey magh

folsey inlet: ayns folsey ny giattyn

keepers of the door (npl.) arreyderyn giattey, arreyderyn ny giattyn

outer (n.) mooie: The outer gates - Ny giattyn mooie. DF idiom

cooyllee-dooble two leaved: dy osley roishyn ny giattyn cooyllee-dooble Bible

giatt pl. giattyn gate: yiow dty luight's possession ayns giatt e noidyn. Bible

treinaghyn nails: palchey yiarn dy yannoo treinaghyn son coollaghyn ny giattyn Bible

on the west er yn cheu heear; er y neear: and on the west three gates - as er y neear, three giattyn Bible; er y sheear: having Bethel on the west - lesh Beth-el er y sheear Bible

wide open (adj.) feayn-foshlit; lhean foshlit: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open - bee giattyn dty heer dy lhean foshlit Bible

arreyderyn giattey keepers of the door: As ghow captan y ghard Seraiah yn ard-saggyrt, Zephaniah yn nah haggyrt, as three arreyderyn ny giattyn Bible

balley (=Ir. baile) pl. baljyn pl. ballaghyn base, farmstead, home, town, urban: t'eh jeight stiagh ayns balley lesh giattyn as boltyn. Bible [L. ballivum]

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

carbuncleyn carbuncles: As neem's ny uinniagyn ayd's jeh agateyn, as ny giattyn ayd jeh carbuncleyn, as ooilley dty voallaghyn jeh claghyn costal. Bible

croink chasherick holy hills: Ta ny undinyn eck er ny croink chasherick: shynney lesh y Chiarn giattyn Sion ny share na ooilley cummallyn Yacob. Bible

dollan bodhran, drum, tambour; tray; fan, winnowing fan: nee'm ad y asney lesh dollan ayns giattyn y cheer Bible

goll stiagh er impinge: eer goll stiagh er giattyn Yerusalem er y doonaght Bible

jeeragh er facing, in front of, opposite, over against: As jeeragh er ny shamyryn, va walk jeih cubityn er lheead er cheu-sthie, as keead cubit ayns lhiurid, as ny giattyn lesh y twoaie. Bible

jeight closed, shut: son t'eh jeight stiagh ayns balley lesh giattyn as boltyn Bible

lhie cooyl-chlea ambush: Agh hooar Saul fys dy row ad lhie cooyl-chlea er e hon, as freayll arrey ec ny giattyn oie as laa dy varroo eh. Bible

lhiggit 1 broached a: Ta ny giattyn eck lhiggit sheese fo halloo Bible; 2 (permitted) allowed: cha bee veg jeh lhiggit lhieu Bible; 3 shot

sleaydit dragged, drawn, dredged, sledged, trailed: sleaydit as tilgit magh cheu-mooie jeh giattyn Yerusalem Bible

tooryn forts: ren ad campal n, as hrog ad tooryn n cruin mygeayrt Bible; towers: Lhig dooin ny ard-valjyn shoh y hroggal, as jannoo voallaghyn mygeayrt-y-moo, as tooryn, giattyn as boltyn Bible

vreill (dy); (to) keep: nagh der shiu lhieu laad erbee stiagh er giattyn yn ard-valley shoh er y doonaght, agh dy vreill shiu yn doonaght dy casherick Bible

ynnyd oanluckee burial place, catacombs: kys oddym agh ve trimshagh; choud as ta'n ard-valley, ynnyd oanluckee my ayraghyn, ny lhie follym-faase, as ny giattyn eck stroit lesh aile? Bible

gates of brass (npl.) giattyn-prash: For he has broken the gates of brass - Son teh er vrishey ny giattynprash Boble

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