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hassoo1 (ny) endways; standing, stationary: veh ny hassoo liorish ny camelyn ec y chibbyr. Bible

hassoo2 (ny) unseated; upstanding; stood: van pobble chionney stiagh er dy chlashtyn goo Yee, as eh ny hassoo liorish faarkey Ghennesareth Bible

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hassoo jeeragh (ny) erect, upright: As haink eh gy-kione, tra va Joshua er gerrey da Jericho, dy hrog eh seose e hooillyn as yeeagh eh, as cur-my-ner, va dooinney ny hassoo jeeragh roish, as cliwe rooisht ny laue Bible

piob hassoo (f.) stand-pipe

rollage hassoo (f.) fixed star

ynnyd hassoo (f.) bus stop

cur ny hassoo pose, raise, stand, up-end, upend: Cur ny hassoo rish yn voalley. DF

irree ny hassoo stand

lheim ny hassoo jump out, spring up

marroo ny hassoo dead-and-alive

shirveish y hassoo (f.) (to) take the service

tannaghtyn ny hassoo hold up

erect1 (ny) hassoo jeeragh; (v.) jeeraghey; (adj.) jeeragh: To stand erect - Dy hassoo jeeraght. DF idiom

stand (n.) ardan, boayl, bwaane, shasstan, soiaghan, sorghyn, stad, ynnyd; (v.) cur ny hassoo, irree ny hassoo, shass, shassoo

dead-and-alive marroo ny hassoo

fixed star (n.) rollage hassoo

stand-pipe (n.) piob hassoo

stationary (adj.) (ny) hassoo; stad

stood hass: He stood on his hind legs - Hass eh er e chassyn jerree. DF idiom; (ny) hassoo: A man stood in the doorway - Va dooinney ny hassoo 'sy dorrys. DF idiom

unseated neuhoit; (ny) hassoo

upend (v.) cur ny hassoo

up-end (v.) cur ny hassoo

maintainable (adj.) so-hassoo; so-pholldey; so-veaghee

standing er chosh, shassagh; (ny) hassoo: and he saw the angel of the Lord standing in the way - as honnick eh ainle y Chiarn ny hassoo ayns y raad Bible; shassoo: when the king saw Esther the queen standing in the court - tra honnick y ree Esther yn ven-rein shassoo ayns y chooyrt Bible

upstanding (adj.) cairal; (ny) hassoo; onnoroil; ynrick

so-hassoo maintainable

bus stop (n.) stad barroose, stad bus, ynnyd hassoo

endways (adv.) er e chione; er e lhiurid; (ny) hassoo

jump out (v.) lheim ny hassoo, lheim seose

pose cur ny hassoo, lhiggey; lhiggey er

take the service (v.) (to) shirveish y hassoo

spring up (v.) cheet er ash; gobbey neese; lheim ny hassoo; lheim 'syn aer

aagherrit crossway, abbreviated: Chamoo lhisagh oo v'er hassoo 'syn aa-gherrit Bible

er broogh on the brink: ny hassoo er broogh ny hawin Bible

freaylt maintained, reserved, kept: Dy ve freaylt ny hassoo. DF

higgym I shall come: cuin higgym dy hassoo kionfenish Yee? Bible

abide (v.) tannaghtyn, fuirree, tannee; farkee; reaillys; fannaghtyn; farkiaght; surranse; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn: I can't abide her - Cha noddym jannoo r'ee. DF idiom To abide by a promise - Dy hassoo liorish gialdyn. DF idiom

forced eginit, êginit; eiginit: I was forced to stand - Va mee eignit dy hassoo. DF idiom; Deign, Deignee; deiyr

hold up cooyl-chlea; lhiettrimys; shassoo; tannaghtyn ny hassoo; troggal seose: when I hold up my hands towards the mercy-seat - when I hold up my hands towards the stoyl-y-vyghin Bible

object (n.) nhee; red: My immediate object - Yn chied red ta roym. DF idiom; (v.) shassoo noi: It is open to you to object - Ta kied ayd dy hassoo noi. DF idiom

prop (n.) bhut, but; (v.) cur bhut da; cur ny shassoo rish: Prop against the wall - Cur ny hassoo rish yn voalley. DF idiom

raise brishey; carn; cruinnaghey; cur ny hassoo; doostey; jeeragh seose; moostey; prisal; thiolley; troggal: They will raise themselves - Nee ad troggal orroo. DF idiom; yrjaghey; ardjee: Raise it slightly - Ardjee beggan eh. DF idiom

rein (n.) cass-streeaney, raigh, yeeal streeaney; streean: To rein up a horse - Dy chur er cabbyl dy hassoo liorish yn streean. DF idiom; (v.) streeaney

salute (v.) bannaghey, jannoo curteish, oltaghey, goltaghey; (n.) bannaght; curteish: To stand at the salute - Dy hassoo er curteish. DF idiom

spade (n.) kiebbey: Stand the spade against the wall - Cur y kiebbey ny hassoo rish y voalley. DF idiom; (v.) reuyrey

upright cairal; firrin; jeeragh: Out of upright - Ass y jeeragh. DF idiom; kiart; (ny) hassoo jeeragh; ynrick

bwoaillt beaten: V'ad bwoaillt gyn myghin, v'ad eginit dy hassoo noi bwoallaghyn rish ymmodee ooryn Carn

cliwe loamrit drawn sword: honnick eh ainle y Chiarn ny hassoo eddyr niau as y thalloo, lesh cliwe loamrit ny laue sheeynt magh harrish Jerusalem: Bible

doagan firebrand, torch: Va Mnr Jumbo ny hassoo cheu-mooie jeh'n thie echey, cummal doagan. Dhoor

er lhiattee aside; on the side: Nish va ny cherubim ny hassoo er lhiattee yesh y thie, tra hie yn dooinney stiagh, as ren y bodjal lhieeney yn chooyrt sodjey-stiagh.

er y traie aground, ashore, beached, on the shore: va Yeesey ny hassoo er y traie Bible

gubb (f.) immature gull: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor

jalloo mooar colossus, great image: Honnick uss, O ree, as hug oo my-ner jalloo mooar; va'n jalloo mooar shoh as erskyn-towse sollys, ny hassoo kiongoyrt rhyt, as va'n cummey echey atchimagh. Bible

kibbin beg skewer: y cowrey-bannee enmyssit 'Callenig' - ooyl ny oranje, ny hassoo er tree cassyn, as croin, corkey ny arroo, as foddee luss y teim mygeayrt-y-mysh as kibbin beg ayn. Dhoor

liorym by me: Haink mee er-gerrey gys fer jeusyn va ny hassoo liorym Bible

miolaghyn temptations: Niartee shin dy hassoo seose noi miolaghyn y teihll , yn eill as y Drogh- spyrryd CS

Paayl Paul: Hug ad moo nyn eilley, as hirr ad dy hassoo noi'n noid agh ayns fardail, son ayns mean yn astyr hionn Olaf as Paayl mac Valkey stiagh er yn ellan. Chron

raad stiagh adit, access, way in: Yn Spyrryd Noo cowraghey liorish shoh, nagh row yn raad stiagh gys yn ynnyd smoo casherick foast jeant foshlit, choud as va'n chied chabbane-agglish foast ny hassoo Bible

shirragh y ree peregrine falcon: Shiartanse dy vleeantyn er-dy-henney, honnick mee shirragh y ree ny hassoo er eaynin, as v'eh gee gubb. Dhoor

accusers (npl.) cassidee; plaiyntee: Against whom when the accusers stood up - Noi tra va e phlaiyntee er hassoo seose Bible; casseyderyn: Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers - Fegooish graih dooghyssagh, brishey conaantyn, casseyderyn foalsey Bible; scammyltee: that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers - dy bee ad dy ymmyrkey-bea crauee, cha nee scammyltee Bible

firm (adj.) beayn, fondagh, gloo, jeelys, roauyr, shassooagh, trean; chionn: Stand firm - Shass dy chionn. DF idiom; shickyr: To hold firm - Dy hassoo dy shickyr. DF idiom; (n.) colught: We do business with that firm - Ta shin dellal rish y cholught shen. DF idiom

camlaagagh 1 (person) crook; 2 illicit, morally crooked, obstinate, tortuous: ayns mean sheeloghe camlaagagh Bible; 3 perverse a: hie mish magh dy hassoo dt, son dy vel dty raad camlaagagh ayns my hilley Bible; 4 crooked a: e laue ter chummey yn ard-nieu camlaagagh Bible; 5 froward a: Bee cree camlaagagh er neiyrt ass menish Bible

thie ollee byre, cattle house, cowhouse: Va dub mooar 'sy vaghey er gerrey da'n thie ollee as ayns shen dod shin shiaulley baatyn beggey, as ec traaghyn jeh rio creoi 'sy gheurey tra va'n ushtey riojit chiu dy liooar dy hassoo er JG


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