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haste (n.) driss, glistyr; siyr: The more the haste the more hindrance - Myr smoo siyr smoo cumrail. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo siyr: Let us make haste - Lhig dooin jannoo siyr. JJK idiom


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great haste preish siyr

glistyr 1 agitation, haste, hurry a: Ta glistyr urree jiu. DF; 2 squall; 3 enema

preish siyr great haste: son v'eh ayns preish siyr Bible

siyr bustle, haste, hurry, hurrying: jean siyr dy chooney lhiam

hindrance (n.) cumrail: The more the haste the more hindrance - Myr smoo siyr smoo cumrail. JJK idiom; cur bac er, lhiettalys, lhiettrimys, lhiettrimmys

hurry (n.) driss, glistyr, quishan; (v.) jannoo siyr: Quick, make haste: Hurry up! - Jean siyr! JJK idiom; siyr: You're in a great hurry - Ta shiu ayns siyr mooar. JJK idiom; siyraghey

master (n.) fer ynsee, fer-ynsee, mainshtyr, mainstyr; mainshter: Make haste, the master will be here presently - Jean siyr, bee yn mainstyr aynshoh ny sheyn. JJK idiom; (voc.) Vainshter; mainshtyragh; (v.) smaghtaghey, smaghtey, ynsaghey

presently (adv.) (ny) sheyn: Make haste, the master will be here presently - Jean siyr, bee yn mainstyr aynshoh ny sheyn. JJK idiom

driss haste, hurry, rush, scurry, spurt: v'ad g'imman gleashtanyn noa as myr shen, agh va dy-chooilley red goll ny s'melley dyn driss erbee orroo. Carn

jannoo siyr hurry, hurrying, haste: Son ta ny cassyn oc roie gys olk, as jannoo siyr gys deayrtey folley. Bible

bring down cur lesh sheese: thy servants shall bring down the gray hairs of thy servant - ver dty harvaantyn lhieu sheese kione lheeah dty harvaant Bible; cur lesh neose: and ye shall haste and bring down my father hither - as ver shiu lhieu neose my ayr gys shoh Bible

for you er-dty-hon, er-nyn-son; lhieuish; nyn gour; diu: Will that be too early for you? - Bee shen ro voghey diu? JJK idiom; riu: Make haste, for he won't wait for you - Jean (shiu) siyr, er-nonney cha dann eh riu. JJK idiom

shed (n.) bwaag; bwaane: Lean-to shed - Bwaane rish boalley. DF idiom; dreeym; (v.) shilley; shill, shillit; skah; skahit, skaht, tilgit; deayrt; gheayrt: And shed innocent blood - As gheayrt ad yn uill gyn loght; deayrtey: For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood - Son ta ny cassyn oc roie gys olk, as jannoo siyr gys deayrtey folley Bible

succour commar; commarey; coamrey, cur cooney da; fastee; cooney lesh: when the Syrians of Damascus came to succour Hadadezer king of Zobah - tra haink Syrianee Ghamascus dy chooney lesh Hadadezer ree Zobah Bible; kemmyrk: thou art my succour, haste thee to help me - she uss my chemmyrk; jean siyr dy chooney lhiam Bible; (to); (dy) niartaghey: he is able to succour them that are tempted - t'eh pooaral dy niartaghey lhieusyn ter nyn browal [lesh seaghyn.] Bible

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