needle guinney; jialg; snaid: To seek a needle in a haystack - Shirrey son snaid ayns creagh-traagh. JJK idiom
pain gaer, geir, geiy; geu, gew; gonnid; guin, guinn; pian: I can bear the pain - Foddym surral y pian. DF idiom; doccar; pian: Pain of death - Guinn y vaaish. DF idiom; (v.) gortaghey, pianey, geiyaghey, guinney
wound (n.) lhot, lott; lhott: He received a dangerous wound - Hooar eh lhott danjeyragh. JJK idiom; (v.) guinney, lhottey; (y) chraghey
wounding guinney; lhottagh; lhottee: Thy guests have set a wounding trap for thee - Ta dty ghoaldee er hoiaghey ribbey lhottee er dty hon. DF idiom; lhottey
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