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Head (n.) Kione

head1 ard-chaptan, ard-chione, enmys; kione: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; pen; (v.) cruinnaghey, cur kione da, kionaghey

head2 (v.) (of grain) tar my resh


Inexact matches:

bald head (n.) kione meayl

Black Head (n.) Kione Doo, Kione Dhoo

Boar's Head (n.) (hotel) Kione y Chollagh Vuc

boar's head (n.) kione collee

Bradda Head (n.) (Yn) Charran; Kione Vradda

Bridge Head (n.) Kione Droghad

bullock's head (n.) kione y dow

cabbage head (n.) kione caayl

Chicken Head (n.) Kione ny Kirkey

Clay Head (n.) Kione Cloaie, Kione ny Cleigh

Contrary Head (n.) Kione Roauyr

death's head (n.) bollag

dog's head (n.) kione moddey

Douglas Head (n.) Kione Ghoolish

goat's head (n.) kione y ghoayr

head branch (n.) ard-crouw

head cold (n.) feayraght ching, mughane king, peeaghanid

head off (v.) cur lhiettrimys er; cur ry-lhiattee

head on (adv.) eddin ry eddin

head sea (n.) faarkey toshee

head sores (n.) screb y ching

head start (n.) vondeish-toshee

head teacher (n.) ard-er-ynsee; ard-ynseyder

head wind (n.) geay noi; geay oaie

Jurby Head (n.) Kione Yorby

Little Head (n.) Kionnan, Kione beg

mangy head (n.) kione carragh

Maughold Head (n.) Kione Maghal, Kione Vaghal

Noggin Head (n.) Kione ny Giaughyn

Onchan Head (n.) Kione Connaghyn

ram's head (n.) kione y rea

Santan Head (n.) Kione Stondane

Scottish Head (n.) Kione ny h'Albey

sheep's head (n.) kione mohlt

shorn head (n.) kione lommyrtagh

Slea Head (n.) Kione y Clieau

Spanish Head (n.) Kione Spaainey, Kione Speeiney; Kione Spaainagh

Thistle Head (n.) Kione Feastal

Turk's Head (n.) cront Turkagh

weather head (n.) kione earish

witless head kione kirkey

woman's head (n.) kione y ven; south end

back of the head (n.) cooyl y ching

Bridge Head Meadow (n.) Lheannee Kione Droghad

Dam Head Croft (n.) Croit Kione Dam

from head to foot voish king gys coshey

head and tail (n.) bun dy baare

Head of Corporate Communications (n.) Fer-toshee Eddyr-insh Cho-chorpagh

head of the table (n.) kione y voayrd

head of the way (n.) kione y raad: choose it at the head of the way to the city - reih eh ec kione y raad gys yn ard-valley bible

Head of Years Office (n.) Oik Ard-ynseyder y Vlein; Offish Ard-ynseyder y Vlein

head or tail kione ny farbyl

Hill of the Head (n.) Cronk y Ching

Horse of the Black Head (n.) Cabbyl y Chione Doo

on his head er e chione: The chicken is like his kind if there is down on his head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vees clooie er e chione. DF idiom

on the head er y chione: and smote him on the head - as woaill ad eh er y chione Bible

Secondary Head Association (n.) Sheshaght Ard-Ynseyderyn ny Scoillyn Ard

Ship Creek Farm Head (n.) Howe Ballaskeig

top of her head mullagh e king

top of his head (n.) mullagh e ching

top of the head (n.) claigeen

unbecoming head gear (n.) boldhaa

weak in head (adj.) lag-hushtagh; lag-inchynagh

wrong in the head ass y hene

at the head of the table ec kione y vuird

ard-crouw head branch

ard-er-ynsee head teacher

boldhaa unbecoming head gear

cront Turkagh Turk's Head

cur kione da head

geay noi head wind

geay oaie (f.) head wind

kionaghey head

Kione Head

kione caayl cabbage head

kione carragh mangy head

Kione Cloaie Clay Head

kione collee boar's head

Kione Connaghyn Onchan Head

Kione Dhoo Black Head

kione earish weather head

Kione Feastal Thistle Head

kione lommyrtagh shorn head

Kione Maghal Maughold Head

kione meayl bald head

Kione Stondane Santan Head

Kione Vaghal Maughold Head

Kione Yorby Jurby Head

Kionnan Little Head

peeaghanid headcold, head cold

tar my resh (of grain) head

vondeish-toshee (f.) head start

barrel-head eddin stoandee; kione stoandee

big (adj.) ard; liauyr; mooar: A big head with little wit and a little head without any at all - Kione mooar er y veggan cheilley as kione beg gyn veg edyr. JJK idiom; mooarey: Big bumps on the road - Tommanyn mooarey er y raad. DF idiom; vooarey: Big sheep - Kirree vooarey. DF idiom; thollee; vooar: We were struck by a big sea - Haink tonn vooar orrin. DF idiom; wooar

bolt-head (n.) kione bout

drop-head kione yn-filley

head-cloth (n.) clout king

head-hunter (n.) shelgeyr kione

head-rope (n.) steir

head-sea (n.) faarkey toshee

head-shrinker (n.) cribbeyder king

head-splitting kione scoltagh

head-stall kioneragh

head-work (n.) cloie king; obbyr ching

hen-head (n.) kione kirkey

jetty-head (n.) kione keiy

lathe-head (n.) kione deilley

little1 beggan; cooid y veggan; kuse beg: A little ham - Kuse beg dy yskid? JJK idiom; kuse veg: They must have a little more wine - Shegin ve kuse veg dy feeyn oc. JJK idiom; loo; myn-; veggan: A big head with little wit and a little head without any at all - Kione mooar er y veggan cheilley as kione beg gyn veg edyr. JJK idiom; beggey, veggey

plough-head (n.) kione keeaght

pudding-head (n.) kione-roauyr

ard-chione head, principal, superior, supremo

cloie king head-work

clout king head-cloth

cribbeyder king head-shrinker

eddin stoandee barrel-head

faarkey toshee head-sea, head sea

kione bout bolt-head

kione deilley lathe-head

kione keeaght plough-head

kione keiy jetty-head

kione kirkey hen-head, witless head

kione mohlt muttonhead, sheep's head

Kione ny Cleigh Clay Head

Kione ny Giaughyn Noggin Head

Kione ny h'Albey Scottish Head

Kione ny Kirkey Chicken Head

kioneragh head-stall

kione-roauyr pudding-head, thick-skulled

kione scoltagh head-splitting

kione stoandee barrel-head

kione yn-filley drop-head

lag-inchynagh weak in head, weak-minded

obbyr ching (f.) brain-work, head-work

screb y ching head sores

shelgeyr kione head-hunter

steir head-rope

ass y hene wrong in the head

claigeen poll, top of the head

cooyl y ching back of the head

Croit Kione Dam Dam Head Croft

Cronk y Ching Hill of the Head

feayraght ching (f.) coryza, headcold, head cold

Fer-toshee Eddyr-insh Cho-chorpagh Head of Corporate Communications

Howe Ballaskeig Ship Creek Farm Head

Kione Roauyr Contrary Head, Broad Headland

Kione Spaainey See Kione Speeiney Spanish Head

Kione Speeiney Peeling Headland; Spanish Head

Kione y Chollagh Vuc (hotel) Boar's Head

Lheannee Kione Droghad Bridge Head Meadow

mughane king coryza, headcold, head cold

mullagh e king top of her head

Offish Ard-ynseyder y Vlein Head of Years Office

Oik Ard-ynseyder y Vlein Head of Years Office

Sheshaght Ard-Ynseyderyn ny Scoillyn Ard (f.) Secondary Head Association

Cabbyl y Chione Doo Horse of the Black Head

Charran (f.) (Yn) Bradda Head: Goaill neose nyn shiauill fo'n Charran. DF

ec kione y vuird at the head of the table

lag-hushtagh idiot, ignorant, retarded person, weak in head, weak-minded

voish king gys coshey cap-a-pie, from head to foot

bruise (n.) boayl gorrym; (v.) broojey; (n., v.) broo: it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. - nee eshyn y kione ayds y vroo, as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn Bible

bump att: There is a bump on his head - Ta att er e chione. DF idiom; builley; cramman: It raised a bump - Hrog eh cramman. DF idiom; donk; donkal; donkey; labb; tomman

charger (n.) cabbyl caggee; lughteyder lectragh; claare: Give me here John Baptist's head in a charger - Cur dou ayns shoh kione Ean Bashtey er claare Bible

chicken (n.) feill chirkey; eean: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom

coupled cubblit, cupplit, piyrit, loopit, kianglit; lannoonit; loop, loopey; juntit: And they were coupled beneath, and coupled together at the head thereof - As vad juntit cooidjagh veih heese dy heose Bible

crafty (adj.) cluigagh, kialgagh, kioot; croutagh: A kind heart is better than a crafty head - Ta cree dooie ny share na kione croutagh. JJK idiom; (npl.) croutee

dropped lhieggit; chroymm: He dropped his head - Chroymm eh e chione. DF idiom; huitt: He dropped down dead - Huitt eh marroo. DF idiom

hung (v.) croghit; chroymm: He hung his head - Chroymm eh e chione. 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

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

pillow (n.) clooiesag, clooisag: She laid her head on the pillow - Lhieg ee e kione er y chlooisag. DF idiom; kiap; kioneiyrt; pillagh: Lace pillow - Pillagh laatchey. DF idiom; pillow

principality (n.) ard-ooashley: Far above all principality, and power - Foddey erskyn dy chooilley ard-ooashley, as pooar Bible; ard-reill: which is the head of all principality and power - ta kione dy chooilley ardreill Bible; prinsaght

serpent (n.) aarnieu, ayr-nieu; ard-nieu: The serpent beguiled me - Ren yn ard-nieu m'y volley. DF idiom; ardnieu: He will crush the head of the serpent - Nee eh kione yn ardnieu y vroo. DF idiom

singed daahjit: nor was an hair of their head singed - chamoo va rinneig jeh nyn ghing daahjit Bible

spits (npl.) shellaghyn: And they smote him on the head with a reed, and did spit upon him - As woaill ad eh er y chione lesh cuirtliagh, as cheau ad shellaghyn er Bible; bhir

success (n.) aighar; rah: He met with success - Va rah ayn. DF idiom; speeideilys: Success turned his head - Hie yn speeideilys da'n chione echey. DF idiom

trunk1 (n.) ard-linney, coyr, kishtey; colb: Thy head shall be severed from thy trunk - Bee dty chione er ny scarrey veih dty cholb. DF idiom; cashtal y corp

ard-chaptan 1 brigade major, commodore, major; 2 head a: eshyn vees yn ard-chaptan harrish ooilley cummaltee Ghilead Bible

ard-ynseyder authority, head teacher: Sue Moore, Ard-ynseyder Scoill Ard Phurt ny h-Inshey as y çhaghter ynnydagh jeh Sheshaght Ard-ynseyderyn ny Scoillyn Ard, BS

bollag (f.) cranium, death's head, noodle, skull, pate: Golgotha, ta shen dy ghra 'sy ghlare ainyn, ynnyd bollag. Bible

bun dy baare head and tail: Shen-y-fa nee yn Chiarn giarey jeh Israel veih bun dy baare, eer bangan as fraue syn un laa. Bible

cruinnaghey (persons) assemblage; besiege, congregation, enclose, focus, gather, head, huddle, raise, round, screw up, sum up, troop: ren deiney Sodom cruinnaghey yn thie mygeayrt Bible

cur lhiettrimys er ban, block, circumscribe, disqualify: My vees ad cur lhiettrimys er giarrey fammanyn quallianyn sy Reeriaght Unnaneyssit, oddagh y red cheddin taghyrt ayns Mannin. BS; handicap; head off

cur ry-lhiattee adjourn, appropriation, head off, lay by, set apart, suspension: Shegin cur ry lhiattee adsyn ta anmagh, tee gra. BS

eddin ry eddin 1 face to face a: As loayr y Chiarn rish Moses eddin ry eddin Bible; 2 head on; 3 vis-à-vis

enmys (=Ir. ainmeas) address, appoint, cite, denominate, denomination, designate, designation, direct, entitle, enumerate, head, mention, name, nomenclature, nominate, specify, style, superscription, term, terminology, title: nee dy chooilley heeloghe mish y enmys bannit. Bible; (ship) baptize

er e chione endways, on his head: hug ad mitre aalin er e chione Bible

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