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half lieh: I'm ten years and a half old - Ta mee jeih bleeaney as lieh d'eash. JJK idiom; liehid; liehd; (yn) derrey lieh

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centre half (n.) lieh-chooylee meanagh

fly half (n.) lieh-chooylee mooie

half back (n.) lieh-chooyllee

half bleached lieh-yiallit

half board (n.) lieh-veaghey

half-castrated ram (n.) riggyl

half crown (n.) lieh-chrooin

half-grown pig (n.) boannoo

half lie (n.) breageen

half measure (n.) lieh-howse

half moon (n.) lieh-eayst

half pay (n.) lieh-faill

Half Quarter (n.) Lieh Kerroo

Half Quarterland (n.) Lieh Kerroo

half sets (npl.) lieh-hettyn

half tribe (n.) lieh-tribe

Half Way (n.) Lieh Raad

latter half (yn) derrey lieh

scrum half (n.) lieh-chooylee cleebyrt

Soft Half (n.) Lieh Bog

winter half lieh geuree

at half power er lieh-chummaght

flat half of scallop (n.) moggaid

half a dozen (n.) lieh ghussan

Half a sec (intj) Tannee shallid

half a second (n.) thootchey

half a ton (n.) lieh hunney

half castrated tup (n.) faase rea

half ebb tide (n.) lieh-hraie

half grown girl (n.) heishan, inney, stuggey

Hill Half Quarter (n.) Lieh Cherroo ny Gronk

north by west half west twoaie gys y sheear lieh

rounded half of scallop (n.) curjeig

Lieh Kerroo Half Quarter, Half Quarterland

crying geamagh; gyllagh; keayney: Half laughing, half crying - Eddyr garaghtee as keayney. DF idiom

derrey lieh (yn) half, latter half: bee eh eer er ny choyrt dhyt, gys derrey lieh yn reeriaght. Bible

Lieh Bog Soft Half

lieh-chooylee cleebyrt scrum half

lieh-chooylee meanagh centre half

lieh-chooylee mooie fly half

lieh-chooyllee half back

lieh-chrooin (f.) half crown

liehd (f.) half

lieh-faill half pay

lieh geuree winter half

lieh-hettyn half sets

lieh-howse half measure

liehid (f.) half

Lieh Raad Half Way

lieh-veaghey half board

lieh-yiallit half bleached

half- lieh-

half-baked (adj.) lieh fuinnit

half-belt (n.) lieh-chryss

half-binding (n.) lieh-chiangle

half-blind lieh chyagh; lieh-ghoal

half-boot (n.) giare-vootys

half-bottle lieh-voteil

half-breed (adj., n.) meshtagh

half-brother (n.) lieh-vraar

half-caste (n.) mestagh

half-closed lieh-ghoont

half-cock (n.) lieh-chockit, lieh-hroggit

half-day (n.) lieh-laa

half-dead (adj.) lieh-varroo

half-door (n.) cooylley veg; lieh-ghorrys

half-dozen (adj.) lieh ghussan

half-dressed lieh-choamrit

half-empty (adj.) lieh-follym

half-fare (n.) lieh-leagh

half-holiday (n.) lieh laa seyr

half-hour (n.) lieh-oor

half-hourly (adj., adv.) gagh lieh-oor

half-length (n., adj.) lieh-liauyr

half-mast (n.) ec lieh-chroan, lieh heose

half-monthly gagh lieh-vee; lieh veeoil

half-mourning lieh-eddagh-dobberan

half-naked lieh-rooisht

half-open lieh oshlit

half-page (n.) lieh-heu

half-price (adv.) lieh-leagh

half-seas-over (adj.) lieh er-meshtey, lieh-scooyrit

half-set (n.) lieh-hett

half-shut (adj.) lieh-ghoont

half-sister (n.) lhiass-huyr, lieh-huyr

half-term (n.) lieh-imbagh, lieh-term

half-tide (n.) lieh lane marrey; lieh-hraie

half-tint lieh-ghaa

half-title lieh-ardennym

half-tone lieh-hone

half-track (n., adj.) lieh-hrack

half-turn lieh-chassey; lieh-hyndaa

half-witted (adj.) meecheeayllagh, moal-hushtagh, giare-cheeayllagh

half-year (n.) lieh-vlein

half-yearly (adv.) gagh lieh vlein; (adj.) lieh-vleinoil

boannoo half-grown pig

cooylley veg (f.) half-door, valvule

ec lieh-chroan half-mast

er lieh-chummaght at half power

faase rea half castrated tup

gagh lieh-oor half-hourly

gagh lieh-vee half-monthly

gagh lieh vlein half-yearly

giare-vootys half-boot

heishan (f.) half grown girl; hoyden

lhiass-huyr (f.) half-sister, stepsister

lieh-ardennym half-title

lieh-chassey caracole, half-turn

lieh-chiangle half-binding

lieh-choamrit half-dressed

lieh-chockit half-cock

lieh-chryss (f.) half-belt

lieh chyagh half-blind

lieh-eddagh-dobberan half-mourning

lieh er-meshtey half-seas-over, maudlin

lieh-follym half-empty

lieh fuinnit half-baked

lieh-ghaa half-tint

lieh-ghoal dim-sighted, half-blind, purblind

lieh-ghoont half-closed, half-shut

lieh-ghorrys half-door

lieh heose half-mast

lieh-hett half-set

lieh-heu half-page

lieh-hone half-tone

lieh-hrack half-track

lieh-hraie (f.) half ebb tide, half-tide

lieh-hroggit half-cock

lieh hunney half a ton

lieh-huyr (f.) half-sister

lieh-hyndaa half-turn

lieh-imbagh half-term

lieh laa seyr half-holiday

lieh lane marrey half-tide

lieh-leagh half-fare, half-price

lieh-liauyr half-length

lieh oshlit half-open

lieh-rooisht half-naked, semi-nude

lieh-scooyrit groggy, half-seas-over, maudlin

lieh-term half-term

lieh veeoil half-monthly

lieh-vleinoil half-yearly

lieh-voteil half-bottle

lieh-vraar half-brother

mestagh half-caste

Tannee shallid (intj) Half a sec

breageen fib, half lie, white lie

Lieh Cherroo ny Gronk Hill Half Quarter

lieh-eayst (f.) demilune, half moon; quarter of moon

lieh ghussan half a dozen, half-dozen

meshtagh coloured; promiscuous; coloured person, half-breed

moal-hushtagh fool, half-witted, idiot, idiotic, imbecile

riggyl half-castrated ram, improperly castrated ram

lieh-laa half-day: Bee lieh-laa-feailley ain fastyr jiu? JJK

lieh-tribe half tribe: ny Gaditeyn, as lieh-tribe Vanasseh Bible

thootchey half a second, jiffy, moment: Cum ort thootchey, Noddee! Dhoor; (space of time) tick

twoaie gys y sheear lieh north by west half west

acre (n.) acre: within as it were an half acre of land which a yoke of oxen might plow. - ayns mygeayrt lieh acre hallooin, oddagh cubbyl dy ghew y hraaue Bible; acyr

chariots (npl.) fainee: captain of half his chariots - captan er lieh jeh ny fainee echey Bible

per cent (n.) 'sy cheead: Twelve and a half per cent - Daa-yeig dy lieh 'sy cheead DF idiom

steer (v.) stiurey; stiur: Steer North West half North - Stiur Sheear Hwoaie lieh Hwoaie. DF idiom; (n.) stott

tobacco (n.) tombagey: He has bought half a pound of tobacco - T'eh er gionnagh lieh phunt dy hombagey. JJK idiom

curjeig (f.) offertory plate, alm dish; skimming dish, wooden bowl; ladle; rounded half of scallop

giare-cheeayllagh halfwit, simple, simpleton, half-witted: T'eh cur shaghrynys er creenaght ny fir-choyrlee, as jannoo ny briwnyn giare-cheeayllagh. Bible

inney (f.) daughter of, half grown girl: O inney reeoil! ta juntyn dty lheaystyn myr jewelyn Bible

lieh (=Ir. leath) (f.) moiety, part; half, one of two things, mezzo: mâroosyn hie Hoshaiah, as lieh jeh princeyn Yudah Bible; behalf; makeshift; (dy) of people

lieh- (pref.) half-, quasi-, semi-, demi-: cloan Ghad, as lieh-tribe Vanasseh Bible

lieh-oor (=Ir. leath uair) half-hour: Gowee ad toshiaght feanish y chlashyn ec lieh-oor lurg jeih sy voghrey. BS

meecheeayllagh absurd, half-witted, mad, nonsensical, silly, simple, unadvised: Shickyr ta princeyn Zoan meecheeayllagh Bible; indiscreet; idiot, imbecile

stuggey lump, lumper; half grown girl: Stuggey dy ghoodee. DF; lad, stoutling; small hill on a hill; small piece of land

could oddagh: You could see that with half an eye - Oddagh oo fakin shen dy beagh oo doal. DF idiom; dod: As well as I could - Cha mie as dod mee. DF idiom; (interrog.) noddagh, voddagh: Could you lend me your pen? - Noddagh oo eeasaghey dou dty phenn? JJK idiom

fortune (n.) aigh vie, faaishnys, sonnys, speeideilys, haghyr; fortan: She has lost half her fortune, but that doesn't make her less happy - T'ee er choayl yn derrey lieh jeh'n fortan eck, agh cha nel eh shen cur urree ve ny sloo maynrey. JJK idiom; sheean

holiday (n.) feailley: Shall we have a half-holiday this afternoon? - Bee lieh-laa-feailley ain fastyr jiu? JJK idiom; laa seyr

lace (v.) laatchaghey; (n.) point, pouint; (n.) ribban, yeeal; laatchey: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom; laatshey

least (yn) chooid sloo: It's half-past one at least - Te lieh oor lurg nane ec y chooid sloo. JJK idiom; loo; s'beg; sloo: I think he'll be able to do that, and even more, without the least difficulty - Er lhiam dy vod eh jannoo shen, as eer ny smoo, fegooish yn doilleeid sloo. JJK idiom; s'faase

walk1 (n.) cosheeaght, immeeaght, walk; (v.) shooyl, shooyll: We can walk there - Fodmayd shooyl dys shen. JJK idiom; walkal: It's only half-an-hour's walk - Cha nel eh agh walkal lieh-oor. JJK idiom; (impv) immee, shooill, shooyl-jee

worth feeagh: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom; feeu: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom; feeuid; foaynoo; leagh; sheeagh

yard (n.) close; cooyrt: He has passed through the yard - T'eh er n'gholl trooid yn chooyrt. JJK idiom; stundayrt: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom

lieh-varroo half-dead: My t'ou goll my yiass veih balley Caernarfon t'ou goll trooid baljyn beggey ta treigit as lieh-varroo. Carn

lieh-vlein (f.) half-year, semester: Agh t'eh grait dy lajer nagh vel ny h- earrooyn lieh-vlein cammit liorish eeck y toyrtys bleinoil, er yn oyr dy vel Radio Vannin goaill yn argid veih coontys-tashtee car ny bleeaney. BS

moggaid (f.) cover, plate: cabbil mie er son dagh unnane va millit, as marish shen, myr lhiassaghey da, yiow eh slat argid cho chiu as e vair veg, as cho liauyr as eh-hene, as moggaid airhey cho lhean as e eddin. Coraa; flat half of scallop


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