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grunt (n.) cred; groaish; (v.) credal, credyragh, groaishal, stronnal

grunt bottom, ground, sole: Dy der eh dou ooig Machpelah, ta leshyn, ayns kione e vagher; son wheesh dy argid as sheeagh eh ver eh dou eh, son cairys grunt oanluckee ny mast' eu Bible [A.S. grund]


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diunid gyn-grunt abyss; bottomless pit: As hilg eh eh ayns y diunid gyn-grunt, as yeigh eh seose eh, as hug eh seal er Bible

dyn grunt bottomless

Grunt Charry Sharry's Ground

grunt eeastee fishery, fishing ground

grunt moainey peaty ground

grunt moaney turfy ground

grunt oanluckee burial ground: Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu, dy voddym yn marroo y oanluckey ass my hilley. Bible; buryingplace

grunt oghyragh spawning ground

grunt skeddan herring ground

Grunt Sollys Bright Ground

grunt thie building plot

gyn grunt bottomless, characterless, fathomless, unfathomable: ta'n Goo ginsh dooin jeh'n dor'ghys sodjey magh, jeh ooig gyn grunt, as pian gyn aash dy bragh, jeh aile gyn vooghey, beishteig kinjagh bio, jeh ster'm, dorrin as brimstone lheit heese fo. CS

grunt ny cass sole

Grunt ny Ghailley Mooar Big Stomach Ground

grunt ny marrey sea bed, sea floor: Dy feer, bee oo myr fer ta baiht ayns grunt ny marrey, ny goll-rishyn ta ny chadley er cronnag lhuingey. Bible

Grunt ny Paitchyn Children's Ground

Grunt y Villey Tree Ground

soieaghey er grunt base

bottomless (adj.) dyn grunt; gyn grunt; gyn thoyn

Bright Ground (n.) Grunt Sollys

buryingplace grunt oanluckee: give me a possession of a buryingplace with you - Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu Bible

fathomless (adj.) do-huntal; gyn grunt

herring ground (n.) grunt skeddan

peaty ground (n.) grunt moainey

Sharry's Ground (n.) Grunt Charry

sole (n.) bun, bun ny coshey, cree ny coshey, grunt, grunt ny cass, trie; (v.) cur bun noa er, cur trie noa er; (n.) liebage, liehbage, liebage chiare, liehbaig; (adj.) un, ynrican

turfy ground (n.) grunt moaney

credyragh cough; grunt

groaishal grunt

burial ground (n.) grunt oanluckee, ruillick

Children's Ground (n.) Grunt ny Paitchyn

fishery (n.) aahley, eeasteyraght, grunt eeastee

fishing ground (n.) aahley, grunt eeastee

ground tier straih-grunt

spawning ground (n.) behrtragh, grunt oghyragh

Tree Ground (n.) Grunt y Villey

groaish gloominess; frown; snout; grunt

moainey peaty: Grunt moainey. DF

straih-grunt ground tier

abyss (n.) charvaal; diunid gyn-grunt; feaynid

Big Stomach Ground (n.) Grunt ny Ghailley Mooar

building plot (n.) grunt thie, laaragh thie

characterless (adj.) gyn ambee; gyn cowrey; gyn grunt; neughaahagh

sea bed (n.) grunt ny marrey, thoyn ny marrey

sea floor (n.) grunt ny marrey, thoyn ny marrey

unfathomable (adj.) gyn grunt, gyn thoyn, neufeiyagh, neuhuntallagh

credal grunt, grunting: ny cre'n ayrn ta echeysyn ta credal, marish an-chreestee ? Bible

prow (=Ir. promh) try: Prow mee, O Yee, as ronsee grunt my chree Bible

stronnal grunt, snufflle: ren ad yn gheay y stronnal myr dragonyn Bible

base1 bun: Set square on its base - Soit corrym er y vun. DF idiom; (n.) balley, bink, bun-ynnyd, undin, moodjeen; (v.) gruntal, soieaghey er grunt; (adj.) moodjeenagh

ground bleihit, shleeuit; (v.) fondaghey, gruntey, soiaghey er y ghrunt; (n.) grunt; (n.) thalloo: The ground appears to be cultivated - Ta'n thalloo shoh jeeaghyn dy vel hiassit. JJK idiom

shall pour deayrtee: and shall pour out all the blood at the bottom of the altar of the burnt offering - as deayrtee eh ooilley yn uill rish grunt altar yn oural losht Bible

ad shid those: ghow ad grunt, ad shoh er y cheu shoh jehn loghan as ad shid er y cheu elley. Bible

baiht deluged, drowned, foundered, inundated, invested, soggy, submerged, sunk: bee oo myr fer ta baiht ayns grunt ny marrey Bible; (of colour) faint

broddey goad, jab, nudge with nose, poke, prick, prickle, pierce, probe, rouse, stir up, thrust: t'ad broddey gys grunt y chree 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

cronnag (f.) cross-tree, crow's nest, masthead, tidal rock: bee oo myr fer ta baiht ayns grunt ny marrey, ny goll-rishyn ta ny chadley er cronnag lhuingey. Bible; desk

doaie (f.) fettle, orderliness: va eaynagh ghowin gyn grunt, gyn oirr, gyn kione, gyn doaie, gyn cummey, dorraghey as feayn PC; condition

ghowin I would take; (adj.) See dowin deep: va eaynagh ghowin gyn grunt, gyn oirr, gyn kione, gyn doaie, gyn cummey, dorraghey as feayn PC

girree ass ascend, break off, intermit: nee'n veisht ta girree ass y diunid gyn-grunt, caggey nyn 'oi Bible

gyn vooghey unquenchable, unquenched: ta'n Goo ginsh dooin jeh'n dor'ghys sodjey magh, jeh ooig gyn grunt, as pian gyn aash dy bragh, jeh aile gyn vooghey PC

jeant shickyr fastened: As va'n magher, as yn ooig ayn jeant shickyr da Abraham, myr cairys grunt oanluckee, liorish mec Heth. Bible

keillit cloaked, concealed, hidden, secreted, veiled: bee ad keillit ass my hilley ayns grunt ny marrey Bible; covert; underground; furtive; untold [L. celatum]

kiarkil circle, circles: dagh blaa as posee strappey ooilley'n grunt ayns cruint, ayns roaghyn, as ayns kiarkil runt PC; circuits

lesh y neear westward: Nee lught-thie ny Gershoniteyn grunt y ghoaill son nyn gabbaneyn cooyl y chabbane-agglish, lesh y neear Bible

marroo2 (yn); (the) corpse: Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu, dy voddym yn marroo y oanluckey ass my hilley Bible; (the) departed

oanluckee of burial: Ta mee my yoarree, as my hroailtagh mêriu. Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu Bible

ogher (f.) pl. ogheryn key: lesh ogher yn diunid gyn-grunt Bible; peg; headstone, keystone; clef, legend; key word

toshiagh (=Ir. toiseach, tosach, Sc. toiseach) 1 chief, chieftain, leader, premier; 2 offset; 3 toe; 4 forepart a: roie ad y lhong er grunt; as va'n toshiagh eck soit cha shickyr, nagh row ee scughey Bible; 5 first a: As dy jinnagh shin lhien yn toshiaght jehn theayst Bible

voddym (dy) that I may: Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu, dy voddym yn marroo y oanluckey ass my hilley Bible

bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

bottomless pit (n.) charvaal; diunid gyngrunt: And cast him into the bottomless pit - As hilg eh eh ayns y diunid gyn-grunt Bible

by him liorish: or is he slain according to the slaughter of them that are slain by him? - ny vel eh er varroo jehsyn corrym rish yn baase ocsyn ter ny varroo liorish? Bible; liorishyn: And those which pitch by him shall be the tribe of Simeon - As adsyn nee grunt y ghoaill liorishyn, vees tribe Simeon Bible

round about2 mygeayrt: the food of the field, which was round about every city - arroon vagher, va mygeayrt dagh ardvalley Bible; cruin mygeayrt: But the Levites shall pitch round about the tabernacle of testimony - Agh nee ny Leviteyn goaill grunt cruin mygeayrt cabbane y chonaant Bible; ooilley mygeayrt: your sheaves stood round about - hass ny bunneeyn euish ooilley mygeayrt Bible; runt mygeayrt: and the wall of Jerusalem round about - as voalley Yerusalem runt mygeayrt Bible; slane mygeayrt: it had a wall round about, five hundred reeds long - van voalley echey slane mygeayrt, queig cheead cron er lhiurid Bible

stuck fest; festit; pohllit; lhiantyn: I have stuck unto thy testimonies - Ta mee er lhiantyn gys dty recortyssyn Bible; soit: they ran the ship aground; and the forepart stuck fast, and remained unmoveable - roie ad y lhong er grunt; as van toshiagh eck soit cha shickyr, nagh row ee scughey Bible

gyn oirr borderless, edgeless: son fegooish towshan t'eh, as fegooish kione, dowin as ard ta'n eaynagh shen, as lhean, gyn grunt, gyn eaghtyr t'eh, gyn oirr, gyn mean; dy baillish Jee thousaneyn smoo dy heihill y chroo, cha jinnagh rooymyn daue failleil. Bible

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