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hayrn drew: cur er e chooney graysoil y hayrn voue CS; pulled


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clagh hayrn (f.) lodestone, magnet, magnetite

grep hayrn (f.) manure fork

hayrn er (dy); (to) value on

kishteig hayrn (f.) drawer

skynn hayrn (f.) spokeshave

ennal y hayrn (to) take breath

vieauid y hayrn (yn); (to) set the pace

drew (v.) hayrn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

magnet (n.) clagh hayrn; magnaid

magnetite (n.) clagh hayrn

pulled tayrnit; hayrn: He pulled his hat over his eyes - Hayrn eh e edd neose er e hooillyn. DF idiom

spokeshave (n.) skynn hayrn

value on (to); (dy) hayrn er

gravitation (n.) ym-hayrn; tayrnys–stoo

lodestone (n.) clagh hayrn; clagh yiarn

take breath (v.) (to) ennal y hayrn

uneven pull (n.) lieh-hayrn

wire-draw streng-hayrn

lieh-hayrn uneven pull

streng-hayrn wire-draw

ym-hayrn gravitation

manure fork (n.) grape, grep, grep hayrn

set the pace (v.) (to); (yn) vieauid y hayrn

sheeynag (f.) line: Sheeynag y hayrn. DF

builley coshey stamp: Hayrn eh builley coshey orrym DF

caabyl (=Ir. cábla) cable, cablegram, hawser, lead: Yn caabyl y hayrn stiagh. DF

caair (f.) chair: Hayrn mee caair stiagh rish yn aile. DF

eairkey cork: Yn eairkey y hayrn ass boteil. DF

hym to me: haink eh stiagh hym dy hayrn scammylt orrym Bible

shiolteyr pl. shiolteyryn mariner: dy hayrn shiolteyr-chimmee fo'n chiouyl JK

ushtaghyn waters: hayrn eh mee ass ymmodee ushtaghyn Bible

anchor ackeragh: Anchor shank - Lurgey akeragh. DF idiom; aker: She dragged her anchor - Hayrn ee yn aker eck. DF idiom

beauty (n.) aalid: Her beauty arrested his eyes - Hayrn e haalid ny sooillyn echey huc. DF idiom; aalinid; bwoyid; stoamid

bottle (n.) boteil: Draw the cork of a bottle - Yn eairkey y hayrn ass boteil. DF idiom; costrayl; (v.) cur ayns boteil, boteilaghey

cable (v.) caabley, cur caabyl hug; (n.) caabyl: Rouse in the cable - Yn caabyl y hayrn stiagh. DF idiom; tead akeragh

claws (npl.) ingnyn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

cork corc; corcaghey; cur corcyn er ingagh; cur eairkey ayn; cur mollagyn er ingagh; eairkey: Draw the cork of a bottle - Yn eairkey y hayrn ass boteil. DF idiom; slaa corc lostit er

drawer kishteig hayrn; tayrnag: Drawer lined with paper - Tayrnag as brat phabyr aynjee. DF idiom; (n.) linneyder; tayrneyder: Refer cheque to drawer - Sheck y chur er ash hug yn tayrneyder. DF idiom

elicit (v.) feddyn magh; tayrn magh: To elicit a reply from - Dy hayrn magh freggyrt ass. DF idiom

Hebrew (n.) Ew, Ebrew, Hebrewnagh; (adj.) Ewagh; (language) Ewnish, Hewnish; Hebrew: See, he hath brought in an Hebrew unto us to mock us - Jeeagh-jee, teh er choyrt lesh Hebrew stiagh hooin, dy hayrn scammylt orrin Bible

lots (npl.) lottyn; cronchoryn; cronyn: They drew lots for it - Hayrn ad cronyn er e hon. DF idiom

reply ansoor; freggyr; freggyrt: To elicit a reply from - Dy hayrn magh freggyrt ass. DF idiom

school1 (n.) scoill: He distinguished himself at school - Hayrn eh ooashley er e hene ec y scoill. DF idiom; schoill: The girls had not been at school - Cha row ny neenyn er ve ec y schoill. JJK idiom

serve up (v.) cur er boayrd; tayrn neose: Serve up an old tale - Shenn skeeal y hayrn neose. DF idiom

assyd out of you: my ta dty hooill dy dty hayrn gys peccah, pluck assyd ee Bible

cheet magh appearance, budding, come out, emerge, issuing: ta inneenyn cummaltee yn ard-valley cheet magh dy hayrn ushtey Bible

cosheeaght (f.) gait, march, pacing, pedestrianism, procession, promenade, walk: As ren eh cosheeaght vie, as hayrn eh er-gerrey. Bible

cotteyryn cottagers: va'n cragh er ve speeideilagh erskyn credjue ayns wheesh as v'eh er hayrn arrey y teihll er yn aght voght v'er mooinjer Lioas, as er croiteyryn as cotteyryn er fud ny Gaeltaght. NNS

croagane (f.) pl. croaganeyn crook, gaff, hook: Vod oo Leviathan y hayrn seose lesh croagane? Bible; holdfast

cur er bun engender, engineer, establish, inaugurate, instigate, launch, open up, organise, organize, put on, stage, start: T'ad er chee cur er bun bing ayns Dyfed dy hayrn cooidjagh ooilley ny jannooaghyn bentyn da'n chengey. Carn; set up

dourin (congenital) disease: dy gheddyn fys cre'n miolagh haghyr da leigh Yee y vrishey hayrn er dourin braa PC; See dowrin distemper, dose, malady

ec (=Ir. ag) 1 at a: bee laghyn dty ghobberan ec kione Bible; 2 have: Eisht va cliwe ec Simon Peddyr, as hayrn eh eh Bible [O.Ir. oc]

êillit armed: Myr shen va er ny hayrn ass thousaneyn Israel, thousane jeh dagh tribe, daa housane jeig êillit son caggey Bible

eishtagh audio; (emph.) then: Eishtagh dagh pooar hayrn seose e heshaght reesht va fo ayns niau roish my row'n magher brisht PC

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

faasid (f.) feebleness, weakness: Dooyrt y Turneyr Theayagh nagh beagh red erbee er ny hayrn voish bentyn rish y chooish, er lhimmey jeh soilshaghey yn faasid jeh screeunyn gyn ennym. BS; inability

grih (f.) breeding stud; herd: Datt eh ayns moyrn dy akin lheid y grih dy ainleyn sollys chagglit gys e hie as fo e reill, goaill boggey sthie ayn hene dy row'n chied chrout er hayrn ad ayns y lieen. Bible

grinney (f.) gateway, portcullis: Pian as angaish v'eck ee hene y leaydey lhee seose gys y yiat, nagh row agh gerrit voee; yn grinney lajer hayrn ee seose lesh aash PC

Joseph Joseph: hayrn ad, as hrog ad Joseph seose ass yn ooig, as chreck ad Joseph rish ny Ishmaeliteyn, son feed peesh dy argid Bible

kianglaghyn bands, bonds, shackles: Hayrn mee ad lesh coyrdyn dooinney lesh kianglaghyn dy ghraih Bible

lhiabbee (=Ir. leahadh, Sc. leabd) (f.) pl. lhiabbaghyn bed, couch, litter, seat, seating: hayrn eh seose e chassynsy lhiabbee Bible; (of river) course; (of hare) form

ny vud oc among them: As laa-ny-vairagh haink eh ny vud oc myr v'ad ec streeu ry-cheilley, as baillish ad y hayrn gys coardail, Bible

pluck pluck: my ta dty hooill dy dty hayrn gys peccah, pluck assyd ee Bible

rimlagh (f.) cord, sail-cord; fishing line: Ren ee e cooid share dy hayrn yn rimlagh stiagh sy vaatey, agh cha dod ee tayrn yn eeast dys eaghtyr yn ushtey. CJ

saaue pl. saaueyn saw: bee yn saaue mooaralagh rishyn ta dy hayrn eh? Bible

scammylt (=Ir. scannal) (f.) pl. scammyltyn ignominy, scandal: haink eh stiagh hym dy hayrn scammylt orrym Bible; reproach

sycamine sycamine: oddagh shiu gra rish y billey-sycamine shoh, Bee er dty hayrn ass ny fraueyn Bible

tead (=Ir. téad, Sc.G. teud, tiad) See tedd pl. teaddyn guy, line, loose rope, rope, string: Hayrn ad er y tead derrey vrish eh. DF [O.Ir. tét]

Traie ny Marrey Shore of the Sea: Tra haink traie ny marrey, as y raad gys yn ellan foshlit reesht, hayrn Ean as e gheiney er ash gys nyn lhongyn Chron

uail disservice, fine, injury, penalty, privation, ruination: Ta chengey chooyl-chassidagh er n'eebyrt magh eer mraane mie voish nyn gummallyn, as er hayrn orroo uail nyn gooid. Apoc

venn touched: hayrn Esther er gerrey, as venn ee rish kione y lorg-reeoil Bible

about her moee; mooee: She gathered her shawl about her - Hayrn ee e filleig mooee. DF idiom; (emph.) mooeeish: It was about her that they were talking - She mooeeish v'ad loayrt. DF idiom; mychione eck: He is crazy about her - T'eh ass e cheeayl mychione eck. DF idiom

attention (n.) arrey: Pay particular attention to this - Cur arrey er-lheh da shoh. DF idiom; frioose; geill: I've often told you so, you never pay any attention - Ta mee dy-mennick er n'insh dhyt myr shen, agh cha nel oo dy-bragh cur geill da. JJK idiom; tastey: I directed his attention to it - Hayrn mee y tastey echey da. DF idiom; tastid: I must draw your attention to this matter - Shegin dou tayrn dty hastid hug y chooish shoh. DF idiom

sceptre (n.) lorg: For the sceptre of the ungodly shall not abide upon the lot of the righteous - Son cha jig lorg ny mee-chrauee er cronney yn vooinjer chairal Bible; lorg niart; lorg reeoil: So Esther drew near, and touched the top of the sceptre - myr shen hayrn Esther er gerrey, as venn ee rish kione y lorgreeoil Bible; lorg reill: The sceptre shall not depart from Judah - Cha jean y lorg-reill failleil veih Judah Bible

croa (f.) aperture, eyehole, notch; compound, coop, corral, enclave, enclosure, fold, pen, ring: Roish my jagh Ninian dy lhie, ghow eh yn baghyl echey as hayrn eh kiarkyl er y thalloo mygeayrt y croa, boayl veagh yn ollagh ceau yn oie. Dhoor

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