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grouw dark, dark-looking, dejected, dismal, forbidding, ghastly, gloomy, glum, grim, surly: yn dooghys mie ny smessey ren caghlaa, yn ghrian daase grouw, tayrn dullyr er y laa. PC


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dark-looking (adj.) grouw

forbidding groamagh, grouw; obballagh

ghastly (adj.) eajee, grouw, scaanagh

glum (adj.) groamagh, grouw

grim (adj.) groaishagh; groamagh; grouw

surly (adj.) groamagh, grouw, sproghtagh

dismal (adj.) doolagh, grouw, meevaynrey, trimshagh

dejected (adj.) ass cree, groamagh, grouw, sou-aignagh, trome-chreeagh

gloomy (adj.) dool, dorraghey, dullyr, groamagh, grouw, moorjeenagh

dark1 conghorraghey; doo; dorraghey: The wet night is dark - Ta'n oie fliugh dorraghey. DF idiom; froshagh; grouw; keeir

feer whaagh very strange: as eisht yn eaynagh ghoo shoh laccal shen sheign ve feer whaagh, grouw, eajee, as neughlen. Bible

sleaydey drag, draggle, draw along, dredge, dredging, sledge, sleigh, trail: As haink eh dy valley yn laa er-giyn sleaydey cosh lurg cosh lesh neeal grouw as cha crosh as tessyn as daa vaidjey, lesh e ghaa ghroym er e ghreeym GB

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