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glare chowree (f.) sign language

glare1 ard-sollys; blakey fargagh; gleamey

glare2 (as light) dallaghey; londyrnee

glare3 (of person) ceau sooill fargagh er

glare (f.) pl. glaraghyn language, lingo, parlance, speech, utterance, voice: ghow ad tastey jeh glare y dooinney aeg Bible

Inexact matches:

erskyn glare indescribable

fallsoonys glare philosophy of language

glare flaaoil (f.) fluent language

glare gharroo (f.) barrackroom language, rough language

glare ghlieemianagh (f.) smuttiness

glare hidooragh (f.) barrackroom language

glare roosteyryn (f.) argot

glare vrasnee (f.) provoking language

cosney stiagh glare language acquisition

barrackroom language (n.) glare gharroo; glare hidooragh

argot (n.) glare roosteyryn

fluent language (n.) glare flaaoil

lingo (n.) glare

parlance (n.) glare

rough language (n.) glare gharroo

sign language (n.) glare chowree

ard-sollys glare

blakey fargagh glare

gleamey glare

authoring language (n.) glare-screeuee

indescribable (adj.) do-insh, erskyn glare, neufocklagh

language acquisition cosney stiagh glare

linguistic (adj.) chengagh, glare-oaylleeagh, glareydagh

philosophy of language (n.) fallsoonys glare

ceau sooill fargagh er (of person) glare

glare-oaylleeagh linguistic

glare-screeuee (f.) authoring language

glare-vroghe (f.) bad language

provoking language (n.) glare vrasnee, goan brasnee

smuttiness (n.) broidid, glare ghlieemianagh, sooieaght, taggloo canooagh

dallaghey befog, blind, daze, dazzle; (as light) glare

londyrnee dazzling, flare, flaring, flashing; (as light) glare

bad language (n.) caaynt gharroo, drogh chaaynt, glare-vroghe

utterance (n.) cur magh, fockley, insh, lhiggey magh; glare; goan; goo; chengey; coraa

jesting craid: Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor jesting - Chamoo broid, ny glare ommijagh, ny craid Bible; feideraght; gamshogeys; spotcheraght

language (n.) chengey: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; glare: The Manx language - Yn ghlare Vanninagh. DF idiom

speech (n.) chengey, glare, insh, taggloo; oraid: I was unimpressed by his speech - Cha ren mee coontey monney jeh'n oraid echey. DF idiom; loayrtys: He primed him with a speech - Hug eh loayrtys 'sy chione echey. 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

chengey yoarree (f.) strange speech: Son cha vel oo er dty choyrt gys pobble jeh chengey yoarree, ny jeh glare doillee Bible

coraaghyn voices: Cha vel eddyr goan ny glare: raad nagh vel ny coraaghyn oc er nyn glashtyn Bible

cred (=Ir. cread) 1 believe a: Tra t'eh coyrt glare aalin, ny cred eh Bible; 2 cough, grunt, roughness, tickle; 3 (in throat) frog

cur shaghrynys er hallucinate; cast out, pervert, subvert, take away: T'eh jannoo gyn-bree glare ny fir-choyrlee, as cur shaghrynys er tushtey'n chenndeeaght. Bible; subverting

floaoil See flaaoil 1 eloquent a: loayr eh roo ayns glare mooar floaoil. Bible; b: haink Hew dy row gys Ephesus va enmyssit Appollos, ruggyr ec Alexandria, dooinney dy ghlare floaoil, as fondagh ayns ny scriptyryn. Bible

Hebrewnyn Hebrews: As tra cheayll ad eh loayrt roo ayns glare ny Hebrewnyn, v'ad wheesh shen smoo nyn-dhos Bible

keeaylagh eloquent; prudent: Eh ta creeney ayns cree, vees enmyssit keeaylagh, as ta miljid glare ny meillyn bishaghey ynsagh. Bible

moandagh hesitant, jaded, lisping, stammering: ta mee moandagh ayns glare Bible; (as edge) dull: My ta'n yiarn moandagh, as cha vel yn obbree goaill foyr Bible; (of hearing) dull

shaghrynys (f.) pl. shaghrynyssyn aberration, absence, astray, bewilderment, deviousness, hallucination, maze, quibble; confusion, deviation: hug y Chiarn shaghrynys er glare ooilley yn seihll Bible; blunder, error, gaffe; truancy

blasphemy (n.) ard-vollaght, goan custey, goo mollaghtagh, mollaghtoil, peccah noi'n Spyrrd Noo, taggloo mollaghtoil; taggloo custey; goan mollaghtagh: anger, wrath, malice, blasphemy, filthy communication - corree, jymmoose, goanlys, goan mollaghtagh, glare neughlen Bible; raa mollaghtagh: All manner of sin and blasphemy - dy chooilley pheccah as raa mollaghtagh Bible

groanings (npl.) osnaghyn: the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered - tan Spyrryd cheddin jannoo accan er nyn son lesh osnaghyn nagh vod glare soilshaghey Bible; soghyn: he shall groan before him with the groanings of a deadly wounded man - nee eh soghal kiongoyrt rish, myr soghyn dooinney ta guint gybaase Bible

Baarle Vrisht (f.) (language) Anglo-Manx; pidgin: Haink kuse dy Injinyn ayns corragh dy chur raaue daue ayns glare-laue as Baarle vrisht dy row tuittym-ushtey-mooar rhymboo Dhoor

breeoil brisk, cogent, dynamic, energetic, essential, fizzy, forceful, go ahead, impulsive, purposeful, red-blooded, strenuous, valid, vibrant, vigorous; (as person) active; (of market) buoyant; weighty: Son ta ny screeunyn echey (jir adsyn) breeoil as niartal Bible; effectual: te son y gerjagh as y saualtys euish, ta breeoil ayns gymmyrkey ny surranseyn cheddin mârin Bible; sound: Glare breeoil nagh vod ve loayrit n'oï Bible; powerful: Son ta goo Yee bioal, as breeoil, as ny s'geyrey na cliwe erbee dy ghaa foyr Bible; forcible: Cre cha breeoil as ta goan ynrick! agh cre ta'n argane euish prowal orrym? Bible; cardiac

broid dirt: ta ny ushtaghyn eck tilgey seose laagh as broïd Bible; grime, nastiness, pollutant, smut, vileness: As tan cheer fo slane broid Bible; filthiness: Chamoo broid, ny glare ommijagh, ny craid, nagh vel jesh; agh ayns ynnyd oc shoh coyrt booise. Bible; filth: cha nee liorish cur ersooyl broid yn eill, agh liorish yn ansoor dy chooinsheanse vie gys Jee Bible; pollution: Son lurg daue ve er haghney broid y theihll trooid tushtey jeh'n Chiarn as Saualtagh Yeesey Creest Bible; corruption: Te er ny chuirr ayns broid; te troggit seose ayns glennid: Bible; impurity

cur er 1 apply, ascribe, compel, devolve, don, force, impose, induce, inflict, lead, oblige, persuade, turn on a: Cur er dty harvaant dy ghoaill taitnys ayns shen ny ta mie Bible; 2 affectation; 3 on occasion; 4 affectedness; 5 imposition; 6 causing: As glare dty veeal myr y feeyn share, son my ghraih ta goll sheese dy blaystal, cur er ny meillyn cadlagh dy loayrt Bible; 7 placed

fo atchim awe-stricken, terror-stricken: Nish tra hie yn skeeal jeh shoh magh, haink y pobble cooidjagh, as v'ad fo atchim erskyn-towse, er-yn-oyr dy row dy chooilley ghooinney clashtyn ad loayrt ayns glare e ghooie hene. Bible; afraid, awestricken, terified; astonished: Ta pillaryn yn aer er-creau, as fo atchim ee e oghsan. Bible


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