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has come er jeet

has created er chroo

has risen er nirree

has struck (v.) er woalley: The lightning has struck a house - Ta'n tendreil er woalley thie. JJK idiom

committed er n'yannoo: He has not only stolen, but he has committed a murder - Cha nel eh ynrican er n'gheid, agh t'eh myrgeddin er n'yannoo dunverys. JJK idiom

constitution1 (n.) callin: He has a wonderful constitution - Ta caillin yindyssagh echey. DF idiom; slaynt: He has a wonderful constitution - Ta slaynt yindyssagh echey. DF idiom; reill cheerey; jannoo co-yantys

English1 (n.) Baarle, Baarl: He has an English accent - Ta blass ny Baarle echey. DF idiom; Baarlagh; (adj., n.) Sostnagh; Sostynagh: He has an English accent - Ta blass Sostynagh echey. DF idiom

murder (n.) dunverys: He has not only stolen, but he has committed a murder - Cha nel eh ynrican er n'gheid, agh t'eh myrgeddin er n'yannoo dunverys. JJK idiom; milley, foall, marroo; murder; (v.) jannoo dunverys

wealth (n.) berchys: Great as his wealth is, which he has amassed, it has not made him happy - Ga s'mooar yn berchys t'eh er garnanaghey, cha nel eh er n'yannoo maynrey eh. JJK idiom; berchid, cooid seihlt, cowrey; foays

has-been1 (n.) fer ceauit

has-been2 (n.) (female) ben cheauit

sharp barb, geayr, geyre; barbagh, birragh, birranagh, brishtagh, foyragh, gibbagh; foyral; gyere, gyerey, geayrey: Has the fork sharp prongs? - Vel gaghyn geayrey er y gollage? JJK idiom; gear: She has a sharp tongue - Ta chengey ghear eck. DF idiom; geyragh: He is being sharp with them - T'eh geyragh roosyn. DF idiom

ben cheauit (f.) (female) has-been

fer ceauit has-been

cheeks (npl.) lieckanyn: He has sunken cheeks - Ta lieckanyn follym echey. DF idiom

shakes (npl.) (the); (ny) craayn: He has the shakes - Ta ny craayn er. DF idiom

er nirree has risen, have risen: Teh er nirree veih ny merriu Bible

abolished (p.pt.) astyrit; scryssit magh: This law has been abolished - Ta'n leigh shoh er ve scryssit magh. JJK idiom; coyrt naardey

accent (n.) blass: He has an English accent - Ta blass Sostynagh echey. DF idiom; sheeanane

advantage1 (n.) vondeish: It has this advantage - Ta'n vondeish shoh echey. DF idiom; cosney; er son foays

agency (n.) jantys: He has the Island agency for it - Ta jantys ny h-Ellan echey jeh. DF idiom

air1 (n.) cheerey, loayrt mychione; aer: The rain has cooled the air - Ta'n fliaghey er veayraghey yn aer. JJK idiom; (v.) aeral, cur 'sy gheay; chirmee: Air the sheets - Chirmee ny brelleeinyn. JJK idiom

America (n.) America: He has been in America - T'eh er ve ayns America. JJK idiom

appetite (n.) jollys, mian; mian-bee: He has lost his appetite - T'eh er choayl y mian-bee echey. DF idiom; gailley: I haven't much appetite - Cha nel monney gailley aym. DF idiom

apricot (n.) apricoc: My brother has had an apricot - Ta apricoc er ve ec my vraar. JJK idiom

arbour (n.) bwaag gharagh; bwaag-gharey: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom; cabbane biljagh; garey

armoured (adj.) armit, eillit, eïllit, plaaitit; boadrymit: He has armoured legs - Ta ny lurgaghyn echey boadrymit. DF idiom

bastard2 (adj.) (of size) cor; oainjeragh: She has a bastard son - Ta mac oainjeragh eck. DF idiom

beef (n.) feill vart: The beef has been overdone - Ta'n feill-vart er ve rouyr jeant. JJK idiom; mart

beer (n.) beer; jough cheyl: It flattened the beer - Ren eh eig y jough-cheyl. DF idiom; lhune: This beer has an unpleasant taste - Ta blass olk er y lhune shoh. JJK idiom

before us roin: He has arrived before us, it appears - Te jeeaghyn dy vel eh er roshtyn roin. JJK idiom

blunt1 angheyre; broillit; moal-foyragh; moandagh: He has a blunt scythe - Ta yiarn moandagh echey. DF idiom; neuvirragh; (v.) broilley, goaill yn foyr jeh, moalaghey

books (n.) (collection of) lioarlagh; (npl.) lioaryn: He has lost his money, his watch and his books - T'eh er choayl e argid, e ooreyder as e lioaryn. JJK idiom

brazen meenearagh; neufaitagh; prashagh; prashey; staayney; daaney: She has a brazen face - Ta eddin ghaaney urree. DF idiom

breasts (npl.) breastyn; keeaghyn: She has buoyant breasts - Ta keeaghyn stoamey eck. DF idiom

butcher1 buitchoor: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom; (n.) feilleyder, buitchooragh; (v.) buitchooraghey, marroo, traartyssey

chance caa: Has he any chance whatever? - Vel caa echey er chor erbee? DF idiom; daill; taghyrt

changed caghlaait: The character of Langness has been changed - Ta cowrey Langlish er ve caghlaait. DF idiom; ceaghlit; cheaghil: He changed his ground - Cheaghil eh y skeeal echey. DF idiom; choonree

character ambee, imbea: They must give me a good character - Shegin daue cur dou ambee mie. JJK idiom; (n.) cowrey: The character of Langness has been changed - Ta cowrey Langlish er ve caghlaait. DF idiom; lettyr; (in play etc.) karacteyr

cheated mollit; molley: The man of whom I bought the horse has cheated me - Yn dooinney voishyn chionnee mee y cabbyl shoh t'eh er volley mee. JJK idiom

choice (n.) reih: He has made a good choice - T'eh er n'yannoo reih mie. JJK idiom; teiy

christened bashtit: Has the child been christened? - Vel yn lhiannoo bashtit? DF idiom

cold feayght; feayr: I fear we shall have cold weather after this - Ta aggle orrym dy bee emshir feayr ain ny lurg shoh. JJK idiom; feayraght; mughane: She has a bad cold - Ta mughane olk eck. JJK idiom

complexion (n.) cosoylaght: The affair has assumed a serious complexion - Ta cosoylaght trome-chooishaght er jeet er y chooish. DF idiom; neeal

conceited (adj.) corvianagh: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; mooaralagh, sonnaasagh

cough cassaght: He has a cough - Ta cassaght er. DF idiom; cassaghtee; cred; creddal; credyragh; mughane; mughaney

country (n.) cheer: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; thalloo

country seat (n.) thie cheerey; steat-cheerey: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er- gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

crimes (npl.) loghtyn: No one has committed greater crimes than he - Cha nel fer erbee er n'yannoo loghtyn ny smoo na eshyn. JJK idiom

criticism (n.) baghteyrys; cremeydys: He has left himself open to criticism - Daag eh oyr cremeydys er hene. DF idiom; foilshirrey

customs (npl.) cliaghtaghyn: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; oashyn

daughter (n.) inneen: Permit me to introduce my daughter - Lhig dou cur er enney diu my inneen. JJK idiom; 'neen: My daughter has got some - Ta paart ec my neen. JJK idiom

deny (v.) jiooldey, staayney, obb; obbal: I don't deny that that has been said - Cha nel mee g'obbal nagh row shen er ve grait. JJK idiom

desires (npl.) yeearreeyn; (v.) geearree: It is not he who has little that's poor but he who desires more - Cha nee eshyn ta red beg echey ta boght agh eshyn ta geearree ny smoo. JJK idiom

digestion (n.) gailley: He has wrecked his digestion - Ta'n gailley millt echey. DF idiom; lheie

dust (v.) gamylt 'sy joan, glenney, joaney, poodyral; (n.) ooir, stoor, brinneen; joan: The rain has laid the dust - Ta'n fliaghey er chur sheese yn joan. JJK idiom

each (adj., adv.) dagh: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; gagh

ear (n.) jeeas; cleaysh: He has an exquisite ear - Ta cleaysh ree-gheyre echey. DF idiom; (v.) cheet my yeish, goll my yeish; cur cleaysh er

eloquence (n.) jesh-focklaght: Has anybody ever spoken with more eloquence than Cicero and Demosthenes? - Vel persoon erbee rieau er loayrt lesh ny smoo dy yesh-focklaght na Cicero as Demosthenes? JJK idiom; loayrtalys

escapement (n.) (of clock) cheadan: What kind of escapement has it? - Cre'n sorch dy headan t'echey? JJK idiom

evening1 (n.) fastyr: The lady I was speaking to has invited me for this evening - Yn ven-seyr rishyn va mee loayrt, t'ee er chuirrey mee son yn astyr jiu. JJK idiom; fastyragh

evil (adj.) drogh; (n., adj.) olk: Every evil has its remedy - Ta olk as e chouyr echey. JJK idiom

expected jerkit: She has arrived sooner than she was expected - T'ee er roshtyn ny s'leaie na v'ee jerkit rish. JJK idiom

exquisite (adj.) feer aalin; feer vie; ree-geyre: He has an exquisite ear - Ta cleaysh ree-gheyre echey. DF idiom

fallen (adj.) lhieggit; duittym: The bottom has fallen out of the market - Ta'n margey er duittym ass y cheilley. DF idiom; tuittit

farmers (npl.) eirinee: Any parson has the lust of seven farmers - Ta saynt shiaght eirinee ayns saggyrt erbee. DF idiom

father (n.) ayr: Don't marry an heiress unless her father has been hanged - Ny poose eirey-inneen ny slooid ny ta'n ayr eck er ve croghit. JJK idiom; dada, da; jishig; shennayr; (v.) croo, gientyn lhiannoo, kiaddey

fellow (n.) co-oltey, cumraag, dooinney, e cheilley, mooidjeen, sheshey; fer: The silly fellow has fallen down - Ta'n fer tootagh er duittym sheese. JJK idiom

finger (n.) mair: She has cut her finger - T'ee er ghiarrey e mair. JJK idiom; spaag; (v.) mairaghey

flower (n.) blaa: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom; (v.) blaaghey, cheet my vlaa; losserey

fork1 aall; goal; goaley; gollage: Has the fork sharp prongs? - Vel gaghyn geayrey er y gollage? JJK idiom; gollan; listyr; banglaney; gollagey

fox1 shynnagh: It's a poor fox that has but one hole - She shynnagh boght nagh vel ny smoo na un towl echey. JJK idiom; (n.) fynney shynnee, fer shliawin; (v.) molley; lhiggey, lhiggey er

fridge (n.) coyr rioee: She has a fridge and a freezer in her kitchen - Ta coyr rioee as rioder eck 'sy chamyr aarlee eck. DF idiom

frozen lhejit: I am frozen - Ta mee lhejit. DF idiom; riojit: The river has frozen up - Ta'n awin riojit. DF idiom

fun (n.) aittys: All the fun has gone - Ta ooilley'n aittys ersooyl. DF idiom; spoyrt: It was great fun - By vooar yn spoyrt eh. DF idiom; gamman: It was done in fun - V'eh jeant myr gamman. DF idiom

furrowed (adj.) clashagh; creaghagh; craplit: Age has furrowed his face - Ta'n eash er chur craplagyn er yn eddin echey. DF idiom

gates of brass (npl.) giattyn-prash: For he has broken the gates of brass - Son teh er vrishey ny giattynprash Boble

genius (n.) ard-cheeayllagh: It has the hallmark of genius - Ta cowrey yn ard-cheeayll er. DF idiom

grip cummal; doarn; goaill greim jeh; greim: He has a grip of steel - Ta greim yiarn echey. DF idiom; greimman; greimmey; greme

grown aasit; er n'aase: Your father has grown very thin - Ta'n ayr eu er n'aase feer shang. JJK idiom

hanged (v.) croghit: Don't marry an heiress unless her father has been hanged - Ny poose eirey-inneen ny slooid ny ta'n ayr eck er ve croghit. JJK idiom; chrogh; hrogh

happened (dy) daghyr; (er) daghyrt: You don't know what has happened - Cha s'ayd c'red t'er daghyrt. JJK idiom; haghyr: That happened in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five - Haghyr shen ayns y vlein hoght keead jeig as feed. JJK idiom

heart (n.) att; bun; cree: He has heart trouble - Ta'n cree echey jannoo er. DF idiom

Henry (n.) Inry: Henry has lost mine, but he'll lend you his - Ta Inry er choayl y penn ayms agh eeasee eh y penn echeysyn dhyt. JJK idiom

he will saillish, sallish: The more one has the more one wants - Myr smoo t'ec fer, smoo saillish. JJK idiom

hidden follit: Hidden joint - Olt follit. DF idiom; keillit, kiellit; follaghey: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom

how long (interrog.) caid, caïd: How long has it been in the salt? - Caid t'ee er ve ayns sollan? JJK idiom

humour (n.) aittys: He has a sense of humour - Ta aittys ayn. DF idiom; gien: In good humour - Ayns gien mie. DF idiom; (v.) lhiggey lesh; lheun, lionn

imagination (n.) conrieught, smooinaghtyn; sheiltnys: She has an enchanting voice and a vivid imagination - Ta coraa obbee eck as sheiltynys bioyr. JJK idiom

income (n.) cheet stiagh: He has a private income - Ta cheet-stiagh da hene echey. DF idiom

invited cuirrit: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; chuir; cuirrey: I've invited my friends - Ta mee er chuirrey my chaarjyn. JJK idiom

jam1 gloo; greimmey; jingey; lhiettrimys; soo: She has some jam - Ta soo eck. JJK idiom; jingan

jolly (adj.) gennal: Has it not been jolly? - Nagh vel eh er ve gennal? JJK idiom

keen1 foyragh; foyral; geayr; geyragh; jeean: He is a keen fisherman - T'eh ny eeasteyr jeean. DF idiom; shleeuit, shleeut; geyre: He has a keen sense of hearing - Ta cleayshyn geyre echey. DF idiom

kind dooghys; dooie: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; keint; kynney; sorch: What kind of escapement has it? - Cre'n sorch dy headan t'echey? JJK idiom

knife seiy; skynn: He has had no knife - Cha nel skynn erbee er ve echey. JJK idiom; skynney

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

lightning (n.) chenney; tendreil: The lightning has struck a house - Ta'n tendreil er woalley thie. JJK idiom

lustre (n.) gillid; skell; soilsheanys; sollyssid: This thing has lost all its lustre - Ta'n red shoh er choayl ooilley e hollysid. JJK idiom

mellow bog: He has grown mellow with age - Ta'n eash er n'yannoo eh bog. DF idiom; appee: Mellow wine - Feeyn appee. DF idiom; (adj.) menoyr, menoyragh, mollim; (v.) boggaghey, cheet appee, menoyraghey, mollmaghey

merit1 toilchin, son feeuid; toilchinys: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; toilchyn; toilliu

music (n.) bingys; kiaull; kiaullee; kiaulleeaght: He has an ear for music - Ta cleaysh vie echey da'n chiaulleeaght. DF idiom

nothingness (n.) neunhee: The weather has gone to nothingness - Ta'n emshyr er n'gholl gys neunhee. DF idiom

observed cooilleeinit; cronnit; fakinit; tastit: Yet I don't think I'm the first who has observed it - Ny yeih cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy vel mish yn chied phersoon t'er n'ghoaill tastey jeh. JJK idiom

offence (n.) comys: Serious offence - Comys trome. DF idiom; frioggan; loght; snee: She has taken offence - Ta snee urree. DF idiom; sneih

of hair (gen.) fuilt: He has a fine head of hair - Ta chione mie fuilt echey. DF idiom

of lamb eayin: The butcher has sent a quarter of lamb - Ta'n buitchoor er chur hooin kerroo eayin. JJK idiom

of snuff smalee; (dy) smigh: He has sold me two ounces of snuff - T'eh er chreck dou unss dy smigh. JJK idiom

on her urree: He has a crush on her - T'eh graihagh urree. DF idiom; urreeish

overdone broieit; fuinnit; jeant rour, jeant rouyr: The beef has been overdone - Ta'n feill-vart er ve rouyr jeant. JJK idiom; ro-uinnit; rostit; rour

over her harree; urree: What has come over her? - C'red ta jannoo urree? DF idiom

parson (n.) saggyrt: Any parson has the lust of seven farmers - Ta saynt shiaght eirinee ayns saggyrt erbee. DF idiom

pen croa; cur 'sy phaal; fedjag screeuee; ollay woirrin; paal; penn, pen: She has lent me her inkstand, her pen and her scissors - T'ee er n'eeasaghey dou e dooagan, e penn as e shuddyryn. JJK idiom; penney; screeu

penknife (n.) skynn phenney: He always has a penknife about him - Ta skynn-phenney er dy-kinjagh. JJK idiom; skynn phoagey

perfume (v.) cooraghey; (n.) coorane, perfume; soar-millish: This flower has a nice perfume - Ta'n blaa shoh soaral dy-millish. JJK idiom

plants (npl.) plantyn; lossreeyn: The rain has revived all the plants - Ta'n fliaghey er n'aavioghey ny lossreeyn ooilley. DF idiom

player (n.) cloieder: My brother has been the best player - Ta my vraar er ve yn cloieder share. JJK idiom

plenty palchey: He has plenty of drive - Ta palchey greesaghey ayn. DF idiom; palchid; palchys; ram; soogh: Plenty never felt for want - Cha dennee rieau yn soogh y shang. JJK idiom

pointed (adj.) birragh: He has pointed ears - Ta cleayshyn birragh echey. DF idiom; birranagh, brackit, byrragh, frioganagh, geyre, gibbagh; (v.) yeeree: He pointed the gun at me - Yeeree eh y gunn orrym. DF idiom

polish (v.) cur sollyssid er, gloasaghey, gloasey; scooirey: Shoe polish - Follid braag. DF idiom; (n.) follid, gloas; sollyssid: He has a certain polish - Ta sollysid ennagh er. DF idiom; stoo-gloasee

possibly (adv.) foddee: Possibly he has heard of you - Foddee dy vel eh er chlashtyn jeed. DF idiom

president (n.) eaghtyran, eaghtyrane, kione soie; reiltagh, ardreiltagh: He has been elected president - T'eh er ve reiht ardreiltagh. JJK idiom

pretty (adj.) breagh, bwoyagh; bwaagh: The garden is looking very pretty now - Ta'n garey jeeaghyn feer waagh nish. JJK idiom; aalin: He has two pretty children - Ta daa lhiannoo aalin echey. JJK idiom

previously (adv.) roish shoh, myr v'eh; roie: It has been done previously - T'eh er ve jeant roie. DF idiom

prongs (npl.) gaghyn: Has the fork sharp prongs? - Vel gaghyn geayrey er y gollage? JJK idiom

pupil (n.) doltey; ynseydagh: I had been his pupil for a long time - Va mee er ve e ynseydagh rish foddey. JJK idiom; scoillar; schoillar: She has been a good pupil - T'ee er ve ny schoillar vie. JJK idiom

range1 (n.) aber; rheamys; cleeauraght, fodjeeaght; sorn; roie: He has free range of the house - Ta roie yn thie echey. DF idiom; straih; (v.) cur ayns straih, roie harrish, sheeyney, shooyl harrish, reaynal

ravens (npl.) fee: He has the knowledge of the ravens - Ta fys ny fee echey. DF idiom; fiee

remedy (v.) cur lheihys er, saasaghey; (n.) lheihys: Kill or cure remedy - Lheihys ver baase ny bea. DF idiom; couyr: Every evil has its remedy - Ta olk as e chouyr echey. JJK idiom; saase

rented er mayl: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

riding markiaghey; markiaght: He has a horse for riding - Ta cabbyl chum markiaght echey. DF idiom; markiagh: I was out riding - Va mee mooie markiagh. DF idiom

said dooyrt: He said it between his teeth - Dooyrt eh trooid ny feeacklyn echey. DF idiom; grait: I don't deny that that has been said - Cha nel mee g'obbal nagh row shen er ve grait. JJK idiom

security (n.) lhiettal loghtyn, raane gialtagh, sauchys; raanteenys: He has ample security - Ta raanteenys lhean echey. DF idiom; shickyrys: Financial security - Shickyrys argidagh. DF idiom

shoemaker (n.) greasee: Has the shoemaker mended my shoes? - Vel y greasee er charraghey my vraaraghyn. JJK idiom

silly (adj.) bolvaneagh, meecheeayllagh, sou-, eddrym; ommidjagh; thootagh, tootagh: The silly fellow has fallen down - Ta'n fer tootagh er duittym sheese. JJK idiom

snuff (v.) goaill sneeshyn; (n.) smigh: He has sold me two ounces of snuff - T'eh er chreck dou daa unss dy smigh. JJK idiom; sneeshyn

some ennagh, kuse; cooid; shiartance, shiartanse; shiartanse dy: Not for some days - Cha nel rish shiartanse dy laghyn. JJK idiom; paart: My daughter has got some - Ta paart ec my neen. JJK idiom

soulful (adj.) lane dy chree: She has soulful eyes - Ta sooillyn lane dy chree eck. DF idiom

spread cur mygeayrt, skeayl, skeayll; lheaney; lheead; scarrey; sheeyney; skeaylley; slaa; skeaylit; skeayley: Who has spread this false report? - Quoi t'er skeayley yn fou foalsey shoh? JJK idiom

style aght: He has a free style - Ta aght rey echey. DF idiom; birran, snaid; enmys; jannoo; mod: This author's style is difficult - Ta mod yn ughtar shoh doillee JJK idiom

taste blass: This beer has an unpleasant taste - Ta blass olk er y lhune shoh. JJK idiom; blasstyn, blastyn, blashtyn; blayst; blayster; blaystyn; blasht; rah

thin5 (adj.) (in build) feiosagh; shang: Your father has grown very thin - Ta'n ayr eu er n'aase feer shang. JJK idiom; thanney

title1 (n.) ard-ennym: He has a title - Ta ardennym echey. DF idiom; enmys; kiart

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

tribe (n.) kynney, mooinjer, tribe; eggys: He has a whole tribe of children - Ta slane eggys dy chloan echey. DF idiom; clein: These children form part of the tribe - Ta ny paitchyn shoh jeh'n chlein. DF idiom

trouble1 boir, seaghyn; boirey: She has nothing but trouble - Cha nel veg eck agh boirey. JJK idiom; boiraghey, boirey er, jannoo er, seaghnaghey; trubbyl; tooilleil

unhappy (adj.) donney; douyr; meevaynrey: He has been very unhappy - T'eh er ve feer veevaynrey. JJK idiom; neuvaynrey; meevannee; trimshagh

unless (conj.) ny slooid: Wit is folly unless a wise man has it to keep - Ta keeall ommijys ny slooid ny t'ee ec dooinney creeney dy reayll. JJK idiom; (ny) s'looid; naslu; mannagh; er-be

very bad feer olk: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom

vivid2 (adj.) (as imagination) bioyr: She has an enchanting voice and a vivid imagination - Ta coraa obbee eck as sheiltynys bioyr. JJK idiom

week (n.) shiaghtin: He has been a week on his journey - T'eh er ve shiaghtyn er e yurnaa. JJK idiom; (yn) chiaghtyn: My guardian will arrive next week - Hig my oaseir yn chiaghtyn shoh cheet. JJK idiom

who (pron) ny; quoi: Who has forbidden you to play? - Quoi t'er n'obbal diu dy chloie? JJK idiom

with (prep.) lesh: With much pleasure - Lesh mooarane taitnys. JJK idiom; marish, mârish: His brother has just arrived with his sister - Ta e vraar er roshtyn marish e huyr. JJK idiom

worms (npl.) beishteigyn: The dog has worms - Ta beishteigyn ayns y voddey. DF idiom; dhianeyn; praddagyn; crooagyn

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

yesterday (n., adv.) jea: The lady from whom I received a letter yesterday has been taken ill - Yn ven- seyr, voishyn hooar mee lettyr jea, ta chingys er jeet urree. JJK idiom

er chroo maggoty; has created: son tan Chiarn er chroo red noa er y thalloo Bible

er jeet has come, have come: Nagh vel ny huilk shoh er jeet orrin Bible

er woalley has struck; have struck: T'ad er woalley mee, nee oo gra, as cha row mee guint; t'ad er my yeeaylley, as cha dennee mee eh: cuin nee'm doostey? Bible

across (prep.) har: Across there in England - Har aynshen ayns Sostyn. DF idiom; cheu hoal; hoon; tessen, tessyn: I am going across the road - Ta mee goll tessyn y raad. DF idiom; wass; harrish: He has a scar across his face - Ta cron harrish yn eddin echey DF idiom; noal: He came from across - Haink eh noal. DF idiom; noon: Go across to England - Immee noon gys Sostyn. DF idiom; hoal: The house across the way - Yn thie hoal DF idiom

appearance (n.) caslys, cheet magh, cheet rish, croo, shassoo stiagh, ymmyrkey; cummey: His appearance belies him - Ta'n cummey echey ginsh breag er. DF idiom; reayrtys: At first appearance - Er yn chied reayrtys. DF idiom; tuarystal: He has a hungry appearance - Ta tuarystal yn accrys er. DF idiom

behind1 cheu chooylloo, cheu-chooyl, cheu-heear, ergooyl, sheear, er y chooyl; (ny) chooyl; jei: Your companions are behind you - Ta ny cumraagyn eu nyn jei. JJK idiom; cooyl: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom

crush1 broo: He will crush the head of the serpent - Nee eh kione yn ardnieu y vroo. DF idiom; broojey; caagh: He has a crush on her - T'eh caagh urree. DF idiom; creujaghey; creujey; jing: Please crush up a little - Jing-jee seose red beg my sailliu. DF idiom; jingey; (to); (dy) vroo

disease1 (n.) asslaynt, chingys, doghaney, gorley; aacheoid; doghan: My aunt has been ill for some time; she suffers from a disease the cause of which is unknown - Ta my naunt er ve rish tammylt beg; t'ee surral lesh doghan, nagh nhione daue yn oyr jeh. JJK idiom

doubt (n.) dooyt: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; ourys; imnea; (v.) dooyteil: I don't doubt but that you been the most honoured - Cha nel mee dooyteil agh dy vel shiuish as ny smoo dy onnor er ve currit diu. JJK idiom

everybody dagh ooilley pheiagh; dagh ooilley phersoon: Everybody has his faults - Ta dy-chooilley phersoon as e oiljyn echey. JJK idiom; cagh: Everybody is speaking of this new discovery - Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK idiom; ooilley: It becomes us to be polite to everybody - Te cheet jesh dooin dy ve cooyrtoil da ooilley. JJK idiom

experience ennaghtyn: You will experience a strange feeling - Hig ennaghtyn quaagh ort. DF idiom; keeayl chionnit: He has learned from experience - Ta keeayl chionnit echey. DF idiom; taghyrt: Terrifying experience for her - Taghyrt atchimagh j'ee. DF idiom; prowal

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

have (possess) ec: She has an enchanting voice and a vivid imagination - Ta coraa obbee eck as sheiltynys bioyr. JJK idiom; echey: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red ennagh dy ee ve echey. JJK idiom; oc: Have they a table-cloth? - Vel aanrit-boayrd oc? JJK idiom; eu: Have you got any money? - Vel veg dy argid eu? JJK idiom; ain: Have we any glasses? - Vel glessyn erbee ain? JJK idiom; aym: Have I not a carriage? - Nagh vel carriads aym? JJK idiom; ayd: You have some butter - Ta eeym ayd. JJK idiom; eck

her (pron) eck: What is her complaint? - Cre'n doghan t'eck? JJK idiom; (emph.) ecksh: My sister will give me hers - Ver my huyr y fer ecksh dou. JJK idiom; ee: Perhaps we shall see her to-morrow - Foddee dy vaikmayd ee mairagh. JJK idiom; e: She died the day after her marriage - Hooar ee baase yn laa lurg e poosey. JJK idiom; ee hene: She has hidden herself behind the arbour - T'ee er n'ollaghey ee hene cooyl y waag-gharey. JJK idiom; (emph.) ish

keep cummal: Mine doesn't keep good time - Cha nel yn fer ayms cummal traa mie. JJK idiom; freayll; freaylley; freill; jannoo; tashtey; tastey; cruinnee; reaillys; (to); (dy) reayll: Wit is folly unless a wise man has it to keep - Ta keeall ommijys ny slooid ny t'ee ec dooinney creeney dy reayll. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) vreill: I hope you will keep your promise - Ta mee jerkal dy vreill shiu nyn ghialdyn. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) vochillaght; (to); (dy) hashtey; (n.) shamyr lajer

knowledge (n.) enn, enney, oayllys, ynsagh; fys: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; fyssyree; tushtey: And he hath filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in knowledge - As teh er lhieeney eh lesh spyrryd Yee, ayns creenaght, ayns tushtey Bible; tushtagh

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

often (adv.) dy mennick: She has often been maltreated by her own brother - T'ee dy-mennick er ve drogh- ghellit rish liorish e braar hene. JJK idiom; mennick: A wise man often makes a friend of his enemy - Ta'n dooinney creeney mennick jannoo carrey jeh e noid. JJK idiom; menkey

one 'nane, nane: One of the crowd - 'Nane jeh'n sleih. DF idiom; un: One man - Un dooinney. DF idiom; unnane; fer: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) derrey yeh: The one and the other - Yn derrey yeh as yn jeh elley. DF idiom

people (n.) ashoon; feallagh; feallee; kynney; mooinjer; pobble; sleih: I'm sure few people can have slept - Ta mee shickyr nagh vod monney sleih er chadley. JJK idiom; ashoonee; (v.) cur cummaltee ayn, cur sleih ayn; persoonyn: This bed has been slept in by many notable people - Ta ymmodee persoonyn ardghooagh chadley 'sy lhiabbee shoh. JJK idiom

present aaragh; chebbal er; gioot; giootal er; kioneenee; kionefenish; toyrtys: Mr B has made me a present of a very bad book - Ta Mnr B er chur myr toyrtys dou lioar feer olk. JJK idiom; cur: Present my respects to your aunt - Cur m'arrym da nyn naunt. JJK idiom; ayn: He's the most eloquent orator of the present day - T'eh yn oraatagh ny s'jesh-focklee jeh'n laa t'ayn jiu. JJK idiom

short beg: Will you take a short walk? - Jean shiu walkal beg? JJK idiom; giare: Has not the time for sleep been short ? - Nagh vel traa yn chadlee er ve giare? JJK idiom; giare-chiarklaghey; giare-chiarkyl; giare-scannane; goan; goun; stuggagh; tiark

sour1 gear: Sweet and sour - Gear as millish. DF idiom; geayr; geayraghey: The heat has turned the milk sour - Ta'n chiass er n'ghearaghey y bainney. DF idiom; geyre: It smells sour - Ta soar geyre jeh. DF idiom; gyere; sharroo: Sour-lime - Theiley sharroo. DF idiom; soor: Sour milk - Bainney soor. DF idiom; sooraghey

the y: Has the shoemaker mended my shoes? - Vel y greasee er charraghey my vraaraghyn. JJK idiom; ny: The servants go to church in turn - Ta ny sharvaantyn goll dys y cheeill ayns shayll. JJK idiom; yn: The stepfather - Yn lhiass-ayr. JJK idiom

town (n.) balley: The river on the banks of which this town is situated - Yn awin er ny brooinyn ecksh ta'n balley shoh shassoo. JJK idiom; valley: She has rented a country seat near the town - T'ee er n'ghoaill er mayl steat-cheerey er-gerrey da'n valley. JJK idiom

understanding reaghys: To come to an understanding with - Dy heet gys reaghys marish. DF idiom; tastaght; toiggalagh; toiggaltagh; toiggaltys; toiggalys; toiggyl; toiggal: It is past all understanding - T'eh erskyn ooilley toiggal. DF idiom; tushtey: He has a great understanding of Manx - Ta tushtey mooar jeh'n Ghaelg echey. DF idiom; tushtagh

undone feayslit: My shoe has come undone - Ta my vraag feayslit. DF idiom; gyn jannoo: Leave work undone - D'aagail obbyr gyn jannoo. DF idiom; millit; millt; neeu; neuyeant: It is still undone - T'eh foast neuyeant. DF idiom; spooillit

whereas (conj.) ayns wheesh as: Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow - Ayns wheesh as nagh vel fys eu cre vees er laa-ny-vairagh Bible; er wheesh; son wheesh; son wheesh as: Whereas thou has been forsaken and hated - Son wheesh as dy rou treigit as dwoaiagh Bible

wit1 keeayl; ta shen dy ghra; tappey; keeal: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom; keeall: Wit is folly unless a wise man has it to keep - Ta keeall ommijys ny slooid ny t'ee ec dooinney creeney dy reayll. JJK idiom

yet (adv.) foast: This child hasn't been baptised yet - Cha nel y lhiannoo shoh er ve bashtit foast. JJK idiom; foastagh; ny-yeih: Yet I don't think I'm the first who has observed it - Ny yeih cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy vel mish yn chied phersoon t'er n'ghoaill tastey jeh. JJK idiom; agh: I was yet a child - Cha row mee agh paitchey. JJK idiom

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