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hand1 (n.) laue: From hand to mouth - Voish y laue gys y veeal. JJK idiom; croot; (v.) sheeyney

hand2 (n.) (of barometer) snaid

hand3 (n.) (of clock) mair, spaag


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hand in hand laue-ry-laue

at hand fo laue; er-gerrey: The seventh year, the year of release, is at hand - Tan chiaghtoo vleïn, bleïn yn eaysley ergerrey Bible; ec laue: Howl ye; for the day of the Lord is at hand - Jean-jee gullyrnee; son ta laa yn Chiarn ec laue Bible

bridle hand (n.) laue hoshtal

by hand (adv.) er laueyn; er louyn

clumsy hand (n.) maaig

extra hand (n.) fer feayree

factory hand (n.) obbree

hand barrow (n.) (two wheeled) cairt daa laue

hand basket (n.) bascad laue

hand brake (n.) glackan laue

hand brush (n.) skeaban laue

hand camera (n.) shamraig laue

hand clasp (n.) craa laue

hand down (v.) faagail

hand feed (v.) foddraghey

hand grenade (n.) grenaid laue

hand grip (n.) doarnane

hand guard (n.) doarnagh, doarnaig, scaa laue

hand-held computer (n.) co-earrooder laue

hand loom (n.) coigee laue

hand mirror (n.) scaane laue

hand on (v.) aa-insh, faagail ny yei

hand out (v.) coyrt magh

hand over (v.) coyrt

hand quern (n.) braain-laue

hand saw (n.) saaue laue

hand to hand fighting (v.) caggey laue ry laue

hand towel (n.) aanrit laue

hand worker (n.) obbree laue

helping hand (n.) laue vastee

left hand (yn) chiutttag, chuittag; clee; kiuttag; laue chiare; laue chiuttagh; laue chlee; laue hoshtal

left-hand turn (n.) cassey toshtal

mill hand (n.) obbree mwyllin

minute hand (n.) spaag ny minnidyn, spaag vooar, snaid vooar

prentice hand (n.) laue ghlass, laue gyn chliaghtey

right hand (n.) laue yesh

round hand (n.) lauescreeu cruinn

second hand aalaue

third-hand information (n.) fys skeeallagh

to hand ec laue; ry laue

upper hand laue yn eaghtyr

whip hand (n.) laue yn eaghtyr

by the hand (ny) chione

flat of hand (n.) bass

of a hand (gen.) lauey

of the hand lauee: the work of the hands of a cunning workman. - obbyr lauee yn er-keirdee schleioil Bible

second hand book seller (n.) creckeyder shenn lioaryn

side bar of hand barrow (n.) dlu

sleight of hand laue-chleasaght; laue-chluickys

fo laue at hand; by the hand, in the hand, under the hand: As daag eh ooilley ny v'echey fo laue Yoseph; as cha row kairail erbee er son nhee erbee dy row echey Bible; underhand; read

caggey laue ry laue hand to hand fighting

laue-ry-laue hand in hand: Ayns shoh va'n sarey as y viallys goll laue-ry-laue, cooilleenit aynsyn nish PC

aalaue second hand

bascad laue (f.) hand basket

braain-laue hand quern

chiutttag (f.) (yn) left hand

clee left hand, leftist

coigee laue (f.) hand loom

croot (=Ir. crut) hand

doarnagh hand guard

doarnaig (f.) hand guard, mitten

foddraghey hand feed

glackan laue hand brake

grenaid laue hand grenade

kiuttag (f.) left hand

laue chiuttagh (f.) left hand

laue ghlass (f.) prentice hand

laue hoshtal (f.) bridle hand, left hand: yn derrey yeh er dty laue yesh, as y jeh elley er dty laue hoshtal ayns dty reeriaght. Bible

lauescreeu cruinn round hand

laue vastee (f.) helping hand

lauey (gen.) of a hand

laue yn eaghtyr (f.) advantage, upper hand, mastery, superiority, triumph, victory, whip hand: hooar eh yn varriaght as laue yn eaghtyr harrystoo Bible

obbree laue hand worker

obbree mwyllin mill hand

saaue laue hand saw

scaa laue hand guard

scaane laue hand mirror

shamraig laue (f.) hand camera

skeaban laue hand brush

spaag vooar (f.) minute hand

back-hand (n.) (writing) screeuin lhie er-ash

bridle-hand (n.) laue streeaney

hand-breadth (n.) lheead bassey, lheead-bass

hand-pick (v.) teiy dy jeean, femblal

hand-steel (n.) ferrish

hour-hand (n.) spaag ny hooryn

master-hand mainshter-lauee

right-hand yesh

shall stretch sheeynee: He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries - Sheeynee eh magh myrgeddin e laue er ny cheeraghyn Bible; heeynys: When the Lord shall stretch out his hand - Tra heeynys y Chiarn magh e laue Bible

aanrit laue hand towel; towel

cairt daa laue (f.) (two wheeled) hand barrow

cassey toshtal left-hand turn

chuittag See kuittagh (yn) left hand

co-earrooder laue hand-held computer

craa laue hand clasp, handshake

fer feayree extra hand, supernumerary

fys skeeallagh third-hand information

laue-chleasaght (f.) sleight of hand, legerdemain

laue gyn chliaghtey (f.) prentice hand

laue streeaney bridle-hand

lheead-bass hand-breadth

lheead bassey hand-breadth

maaig (f.) clumsy hand, flipper, paw

mainshter-lauee master-hand

screeuin lhie er-ash (writing) back-hand

spaag ny hooryn (f.) hour-hand

spaag ny minnidyn (f.) minute hand

teiy dy jeean hand-pick

aa-insh hand on, iterate, iteration, paraphrase, rehearsal

creckeyder shenn lioaryn second hand book seller

er louyn along; by hand; on a rope

laue-chluickys jugglery, legerdemain, sleight of hand

snaid vooar (f.) bodkin, dragonfly, minute hand

quern (n.) braain: Hand quern - Braain-laue. DF idiom; braainagh; (v.) braainey

dlu (=Ir. dlu) side bar of hand barrow, side bar of ladder

faagail ny yei emerge, hand on, leave behind, outdistance, outmode

laue chiare (f.) left hand: bwoaill-ym dty vhow ass dty laue chiare Bible

axe (v.) giarrey; (n.) teigh: and his hand fetcheth a stroke with the axe to cut down the tree - as tra ta e laue coyrt builley lesh y teigh dy lhieggal y bil Bible

bird (n.) ushag: A bird in the hand is as good as two in he bush - Ta ushag 'sy laue chammah as jees 'sy tammag. JJK idiom

carriage1 (n.) carriads: David left his carriage in the hand of the keeper of the carriage - daag David e charriads fo laue fer dy ghoaill kiarail jeh Bible; fainagh

craft2 (n.) (slyness) cluge; kialg; crout: he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand - ver eh er croutyn bishaghey ny laue Bible

cut away (v.) giarrey; giarit ersooyl: who are out of remembrance, and are cut away from thy hand - ta ass cooinaghtyn, as ta giarit ersooyl veih dty laue Bible

document (n.) screeuyn; docamad, documad: He set his hand to the document - Screeu eh e ennym rish y docamad. DF idiom; (v.) screeu, niartaghey lesh docamad

fall out (v.) tuittym; tuittym ass: and I will cause the sword to fall out of his hand - as ver-ym er y chliwe dy huittym ass e laue Bible

fan2 (n.) (winnowing) cleayst: Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor - Tan cleayst echey ayns e laue, as nee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie y ghlenney

How (adv., interrog.) Cre'n aght, Kanys; Cammah: How wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine hand - Cammah, nagh row aggle ort dy heeyney magh dty laue Bible

I shall put derym, derrym; yioym, yioyms, yioym's; ver-yms: when I shall put my sword into the hand of the king of Babylon - tra ver-yms my chliwe ayns laue ree Vabylon Bible

I will deliver livrey-yms: I will deliver him into thine hand - livrey-yms eh gys dty laue Bible

liberal (n., adj.) feoiltagh: He has a liberal hand - T'eh feoiltagh. DF idiom; libraalagh; toyrtagh

marred mhillit: And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter - As van saagh craie veh dy yannoo mhillit ayns laue yn phasheyder Bible

nail (v.) gow greim er, treinaghey; (n.) ingin; treiney: A nail caught my hand - Hie treiney stiagh ayns my laue. DF idiom; croan

overseers (npl.) aspickyn; stiurtyn: Mahath, and Benaiah, were overseers under the hand of Cononiah - Mahath, as Benaiah, nyn stiurtyn fo Cononiah Bible

resting on (v.) lhie er: His hand resting on the table - Yn laue echey ny lhie er y voayrd. DF idiom

shall escape scaapee: but these shall escape out of his hand - agh scaapee ad shoh ass e laue Bible

shall hold cummee: My hand shall hold him fast - Cummee my laue eshyn dy-shickyr Bible

steady beayn; jeenys; jeenysal: Steady a table leg - Cass buird y yeenysal. DF idiom; jeenysey; kinjagh; rea; shickyr: Steady your hand! - Cum dty laue shickyr! DF idiom

stretched sheeynit, sheeynt; (v.) heeyn: He stretched forth his hand - Heeyn eh magh e laue. DF idiom

trout (n.) brack; breck: A trout in the hand is worth two in the pool - Ta breck 'sy laue ny share na braddan 'sy lhingey. DF idiom; brick

would fain by-vian lesh; baillish: he would fain flee out of his hand - baillish cosney ass e laue Bible

bass (f.) 1 bass, scale pan; 2 (of oar) blade; 3 pl. bassyn flat of hand, palm a: nee'n saggyrt deayrtey jeh'n ooil ayns bass e laue chiare Bible

cheu chiare (f.) 1 larboard, port side; 2 left hand, left side a: hie ad er nyn eiyrts gys Hoba er cheu chiare jeh Damascus Bible

coyrt bring, communicate, lead, service; give, giving, hand over, donate: t'ou uss coyrt dty vollaght er Bible; giveth

coyrt magh hand out, supply, bring forth, send forth, output: ren y fer-syrjey coyrt magh e choraa. Bible

er-gerrey at hand: Gow-jee arrys: son ta reeriaght Yee er gerrey Bible; near: As hayrn Abraham er gerrey Bible

er laueyn by hand; upon the hands: As chur eh ad ooilley er laueyn Aaron, as er laueyn e vec, as heb eh ad son oural-criht noon as noal roish y Chiarn.

faagail (=Ir. fágáil) abandon, depart, descend, disembark, ditch, flitting, forsake, give up, hand down, leave, leaving, maroon, outgoing, quit, quitting, relinquish, retire, season, seasoning, strand, throw over, vacating: Ta dooinney mie faagail eiraght da cloan e chlienney Bible

femblal (among books) browse: T'eh femblal lioar dy ghraneyn ellanagh. BS; edit, elimination, hand-pick

laue (=Ir. lámh, Sc.G. làmh) (f.) 1 hand, handful a: ta ooilley e nooghyn ayns dty laue Bible; b pl. laueyn; 2 (of signal) arm; 3 (of oar) grasp; 4 foreleg [O.Ir. lám]

laue chlee (f.) left hand: Lhiann er y chied chassey er y laue chlee. DF

lauee dexterous, handy, useful, versatile: T'eh lauee lesh skeaban peint. DF; handed, of the hand; manual

laue yesh (f.) right hand, sword-arm: cur dty laue yesh er y chione echeysyn Bible

mair (=Ir. meur) (f.) 1 pl. mairyn, meir digit, finger a: scruit lesh mair Yee Bible; 2 (of clock) hand; 3 tributary of river, tributary; 4 piano key; 5 prong; 6 ray

sheeyney elongate, give, hand, increase, lengthen, lengthening, marry, pass, produce, prostrate, range, rick, spin out, sprain, spraining, spread, strain, stretch, stretching, stretch out, uncoil: cha jinnin sheeyney magh my laue Bible; dilation, extension, production, prolongation, prostration, tension; stretches

snaid (f.) 1 index, indicator, needle, pointer, style a: Ta'n snaid dy kinjagh sheeyney lesh yn twoaie. DF; 2 mouse pointer; 3 (of barometer) hand

spaag (=Ir. spag) (f.) pl. spaagyn foot of bird, hoof; paw: As cre-erbee ta goll er e spaagyn, mastey ooilley ny beiyn kiare-cassagh Bible; club foot, clubfoot; club; (of clock) finger, hand; (cards) club; paddle, spattle: bee spaag ayd er dty lorg Bible; claw

yesh right-hand: hoie eh e chass yesh er yn aarkey Bible

car (n.) carr, cayr; sleod; gleashtan: Left-hand drive car - Gleashtan as yn wheeyl er y cheu hoshtal. DF idiom [Ir. gluaisteán]

destruction (n.) stroialtys, stroie: it shall destroy you, even with a sore destruction - nee eh shiu y stroie lesh stroialtys seiyjagh Bible; piatt: the hand of the Lord was against the city with a very great destruction - dy row lauen Chiarn noin ard-valley lesh piatt trome Bible; toyrt-mow: and shall destroy them with a mighty destruction - as ad y stroie lesh toyrt-mow niartal Bible; traartys: At destruction and famine thou shalt laugh - Er traartys as genney cha jean oo agh garaghtee Bible

dividing rheynn: rightly dividing the word of truth - rheynn dy kiart yn goo dy ynrickys Bible; scarree; scarrey: by the right hand of Moses with his glorious arm, dividing the water before them - liorish laue yesh Voses lesh e roih gloyroil, scarrey ny ushtaghyn rhymboo Bible

drove bochillaght; griaght; imman: And he delivered them into the hand of his servants, every drove by themselves - As livrey eh ad gys laue e harvaantyn, dy chooilley imman orroo hene Bible; deiyr: he drove them all out of the temple - deiyr eh ad ooilley ass y chiamble Bible

fastened (v.) chrogh; sniemmey: And the two ends of the two wreathen chains they fastened in the two ouches - As daa chione y daa link feeit ren ad sniemmeysy daa socket Bible; kianlt: a sword fastened upon his loins - fine kianlt er e veeghyn Bible; jeant shickyr: with a footstool of gold, which were fastened to the throne lesh stoyl-coshey dy airh, va jeant shickyr gys y stoyl-reeoil Bible; shickyraghey: Whereupon are the foundations thereof fastened? - Cre er ta ny undinyn echey er ny hickyraghey? Bible; eiyrit shickyr: and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies - as myr treinaghyn eiyrit shickyr liorish mainshtyryn y cho-chruinnaght Bible; lhian: there came a viper out of the heat, and fastened on his hand - haink ard-nieu ass y chiass, as lhian eh rish e laue. Bible

give2 (v.) (to); (dy) chur: I beg you to give the subject a moment's consideration - Ta mee guee erriu dy chur da'n chooish geill shallid. JJK idiom; choyrt: When the hand ceases to give, the mouth ceases to praise - Tra scuirrys y laue dy choyrt, scuirrys yn beeal dy voylley. JJK idiom

greatness (n.) ardys, mooarid; modiyght; mooadys: For the greatness of thy mercy reacheth unto the heavens; mooads: according unto the greatness of thy mercy - cordail rish mooads dty vyghin Bible; pooar: his greatness, his mighty hand, and his stretched out arm - e phooar, e laue niartal, as e roih sheeynt magh Bible

howl (n.) (v.) gull: Howl, O gate; cry, O city - Gull, O yiat; yllee, O ard-valley Bible; (v.) gullal: lament and howl - jean-jee gullal as gluggernee; Bible; gullarnee, gullyrnee: Howl ye; for the day of the Lord is at hand - Jean-jee gullyrnee; son ta laa yn Chiarn ec laue Bible; dobberan: Therefore shall Moab howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa nee Moab dobberan son Moab Bible; yllee: Howl, ye ships of Tarshish - Yllee-jee, shiuish lhongyn Tarshish Bible; gluggernee: and all the inhabitants of the land shall howl - as nee ooilley fir-vaghee yn cheer gluggernee Bible; yllaghey: Therefore will I howl for Moab - Shen-y-fa trog-yms yllaghey son Moab Bible; geam: Cry and howl - Jean gyllagh as geam Bible

idle jannoo veg; lag-lauee; lhiastagh; liastey, lhiastey: These boys are not idle - Cha nel ny guillyn shoh liastey. JJK idiom; litcheragh; naggyr; rea-chassey; soailchaghey; speilleigagh; (nyn) daaue: They are idle - T'ad nyn daaue. DF idiom; (ny) haaue: An idle hand will get nothing - Cha vow laue ny taaue veg. DF idiom; (ny) taaue: She is idle - T'ee ny taaue. DF idiom

left er chlee, er hostal; kiare; (v.) daag: He left it there last night - Daag eh ayns shen riyr. DF idiom; hreig: He left his wife - Hreig eh e ven. DF idiom; toshtal: The left-hand house - Yn thie toshtal. DF idiom; faagit: It's the only avenue left - She'n un vollagh ta faagit. DF idiom

lost cailjey; cailt, caillit, caillt: There is much lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane cailt eddyr y laue as y beeal. JJK idiom; chaill: You lost your temper - Chaill shiu nyn dappey. JJK idiom; chailjey; er shaghryn

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

pool (n.) co-rheynn, cochistey; dubbey: Playing tip round the pool - Cloie tig mygeayrt y dubbey. DF idiom; lhingey: A trout in the hand is worth two in the pool - Ta breck 'sy laue ny share na braddan 'sy lhingey. DF idiom; kishtey, loghan, poyll, poyll faarkee; (v.) cur ayns cochishtey

wonders (npl.) mirillyn: by signs, and by wonders - liorish cowraghyn, as mirillyn Bible; yindyssyn: I will stretch out my hand, and smite Egypt with all my wonders - neems my laue y heeyney magh, as bwoaill-ym Egypt, lesh ooilley my yindyssyn Bible

chione1 (ny) by the hand: As chelleeragh huitt kay as dorraghys er; as hie eh mygeayrt râsey shirrey peccagh dy gholl ny chione Bible; mingled: As lesh un eayn, kiare chaart dy flooyr, mysh kaart dy ooil ghlen ny chione as mysh kaart dy feeyn ny chione son oural feeyney Bible; apiece

doarnane haft, hilt, spoke; (of door) handle, hand grip: Va ooigyn-saaue smoo ec ny marchanyn, lesh saaue hoght trieyn er-lhiurid as trie er lheead ec y vean, lesh doarnane mooar ec dagh kione, Dhoor; fistful: va gamman faro fo raad ayns shen; va daa phunter treih jeig cummal doarnane dy chaartyn y pheesh ny laue CnyO; sheaf of papers

ferrish pl. ferrishyn elf, fairy: "Jee bannee mee," dooyrt eh, "she ny ferrishyn va mooie riyr as she ferrish mie va my yeih." GB; naughty child; hand-steel

obbree pl. obbreeyn agent, artisan, employee, factory hand, proletarian; labourer: for the labourer is worthy of his hire - son tan labree toilliu e aill Bible; worker: and his father was a man of Tyre, a worker in brass - va e ayr dooinney jeh Tyre, ny obbree ayns prash Bible; workman, working man: the workman made it - yn obbree ren eh, Bible; performer; potter: ta shinyn y chray, as uss yn obbree Bible; (adj.) practical; (v.) working; worked: as obbree ad seose nyn gliwenyn gys yiarnyn-shesheree, as nyn shleiyghyn gys yiarnyn-foldyragh Bible

ry laue nearby; to hand: Shoh'n cubbyl s'aaley ren laue Yee y chroo fud e chretooryn; cha row veg gollroo, shooyl laue ry laue v'ad glen, nyn aigney seyr veih dagh failleil ta cur er graih gaase feayr; va'n graih oc dooie, sheshoil, meiygh PC

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