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heavy1 (adj.) chiu; laadagh; lajer; mooar; roauyr; torragh; trean; trome: There's a heavy dew - Ta druight trome ayn. JJK idiom; trome-horragh; tromey, trommey

heavy2 (adj.) (of weather) breenagh

heavy3 (adj.) (sorrowful) trimshagh


Inexact matches:

become heavy chiughey

becoming heavy tromaghey

heavy artillery (n.) gunnaghyn mooarey

heavy blow (n.) builley trome

heavy breathing (n.) ennal ard, ennal hrome

heavy browed (adj.) trome-volleeagh

heavy burdens (npl.) erraghyn tromey: to undo the heavy burdens, - dy eddrymaghey ny erraghyn tromey Bible

heavy catch (n.) loundyr

heavy features oaie ghroamagh

heavy flannel kialter

heavy gun (n.) cartharnee; gunn mooar

heavy industry (n.) chynskyl trome

heavy jawed (adj.) trome-cheeillagh

heavy load (n.) loundyr

heavy meal (n.) scoltey

heavy plant (n.) farrys trome

heavy rain (n.) trome-liaghee

heavy shower (n.) frass garroo

heavy silence (n.) tostid dowin

heavy sleeper (n.) fer trome-chadlagh

heavy swell (n.) trome-leaystey

heavy tidings (npl.) naightyn trome

heavy weight (n.) clagh niart

too heavy ro-hrome

heavy fleeced sheep (n.) keyrrey vollagh

sudden heavy shower leaum

loundyr heavy catch, heavy load, large quantity

cartharnee (f.) (pl -yn) cannon, heavy gun

chynskyl trome heavy industry

ennal ard (f.) heavy breathing

ennal hrome (f.) heavy breathing

farrys trome heavy plant

fer trome-chadlagh heavy sleeper

frass garroo heavy shower

gunnaghyn mooarey heavy artillery

oaie ghroamagh (f.) heavy features

trome-cheeillagh heavy jawed

trome-horragh heavy

trome-leaystey heavy swell

trome-volleeagh beetle-browed, heavy browed

heavy-duty (adj.) mooar-chummaghtagh

heavy-eyed marroo-hooillagh

heavy-handed (adj.) kuittagh, smaghtoil

heavy-hearted trome-chreeagh

top-heavy (adj.) kione-hrome, baare-hrome

baare-hrome top-heavy

breenagh (of weather) heavy; oppressive, sultry, sweltry

gunn mooar cannon, heavy gun

keyrrey vollagh (f.) heavy fleeced sheep

kione-hrome top-heavy

kuittagh heavy-handed

leaum squelch, sudden heavy shower

marroo-hooillagh dull-eyed, heavy-eyed, leaden

mooar-chummaghtagh heavy-duty, high-powered

smaghtoil disciplinary, heavy-handed, repressive

chiughey become heavy, clot, concentrate, congeal, thicken

clagh niart (f.) heavy weight, putting stone

kialter broadcloth, heavy flannel; flannel; woollen cloth

tromaghey aggravate, aggravation, becoming heavy, charging

of rain fliaghee: Heavy fall of rain - Teaumey fliaghee. DF idiom

trommey heavy: er son osnaghyn trommey ny boghtyn Bible

dew (n.) druight; tashtey: There's a heavy dew - Ta druight trome ayn. JJK idiom

ewe (n.) oasht: The ewe is heavy with lamb - Ta'n oasht trome eayin. DF idiom

heavier (adj.) trimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

heaviest (adj.) strimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

iron (n.) glass; (v.) smoodal, yiarnal, yiarney, yiarnaghey; (n.) yiarn: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

metal (n.) claghyn brisht, meain; (v.) macadamaghey; metal: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

on them orroo: A heavy responsibility rests on them - Ta currym trome ny lhie orroo. DF idiom; (emph.) orroosyn

platinum (n.) platinum; plateen; platin: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

builley trome heavy blow, serious blow: Eshyn woaill yn pobble ayns e yymmoose lesh builley trome Bible

chiu blubber, foggy, heavy, intense, stout, thick, turbid: cha chiu as ny locustyn Bible; (as solution) strong; (of hedge) thick-set; (as cream) whipped [O.Ir. tiug]

erraghyn tromey heavy burdens: Son t'ad kiangley erraghyn tromey as doillee dy ve er nyn ymmyrkey, as dyn goyrt ad er geayltyn deiney, agh cha lhie ad hene wheesh mair roo dy hroggal ad. Bible

feer trome 1 back breaking, backbreaking; 2 very heavy a: va laue Yee feer trome orroo Bible; 3 very grievous a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible

laadagh burdensome, heavy, onerous: Ta'n Shirveishagh Ynsee David Anderson credjal dy bee yn coarys noa sloo laadagh da olteynyn y Voayrd Ynsee. BS

lajer (=Ir. láidir) 1 able-bodied, cogent, forcible, forte, hard, heady, heavy, high-power, high-powered, lusty, powerful, pronounced, rich, sound, stark, stout; 2 (as plant) vigorous; 3 potent, strong a: chamoo lhig j'ee giu feeyn ny jough lajer Bible

mooar (=Ir. mór) pl. mooarey See vooar big, capacious, chief, commodious, extensive, extravagant, familiar, grand, great, heavy, intense, intimate, loose-fitting, major, marked, mega, mighty, powerful, tall: bee'n aarkey mooar hene eu son cagliagh Bible; (promontory) bold; (Jur.) grievous; difficult; huge [O.Ir. mór]

naightyn trome heavy tidings: son ta mish er my choyrt hoods lesh naightyn trome Bible

roauyr (=Ir. ramhar) bulky, buxom, corpulent, fat, firm, fleshy, heavy, obese, overweight, plump, sleek, stiff, stout, thick: Ta'n cree oc cha roauyr as saill Bible; gross

ro-hrome overweight; too heavy: Cha vod-yms gymmyrkey errey ooilley'n pobble shoh my-lomarcan, son dy vel eh ro-hrome er my hon. Bible

torragh (=Ir. torrach) expectant, expecting, gravid, heavy, pregnant, with child, with young: Myr shen va daa inneen Lot torragh, liorish nyn ayr Bible

tostid dowin heavy silence: Harry son tammylt ny host, as dy chooilley nane foast briaght jeh, c'raad va'n aile, as fy-yerrey hrog Harry seose e laue, as huitt dagh unnane ayns tostid dowin. JC

trean brave, doughty, firm, formidable, heavy, heroic, intensive, mighty, stark, stout, tyrannous, valiant, valorous: Ta shin deiney niartal, as trean son y chaggey Bible

trimshagh (=Ir. tromas) 1 affecting, baleful, dismal, grievous, lamentation, lugubrious, miserable, mournful, plaintive, sad, saddened, sad person, sorrowful, sorrowful person a: ren ad dobberan ard as feer trimshagh er e skyn Bible; 2 (sorrowful) heavy; 3 unhappy

trome-liaghee heavy rain: Shen-y-fa, myr shoh ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra, lhieg-yms eh dy jarroo lesh geay rastagh ayns my eulys, as bee deayrtey trome-liaghee ayns my yymmoose, as claghyn mooarey sniaghtee ayns eulys dy chur-mow eh. Bible

tromey heavy; grievous: As tra v'eh er jeet, hass ny Hewnyn haink veih Jerusalem mygeayrt, as hug ad stiagh ymmodee foiljyn tromey gys lieh Phaul, nagh voddagh ad prowal Bible

chasten (v.) kerraghey, smaghtey, custey; smaghtee: neither chasten me in thy displeasure - chamoo smaghtee mee ayns dty yymmoose Bible; smaghtagh: I will chasten him with the rod of men - neems smaghtagh eh lesh slatt gheiney Bible; smaghtaghey: neither chasten me in thy heavy displeasure - chamoo jean my smaghtaghey ayns dty yymmoose hrome

scoltey burst, chop up, crack, fault, feed, fracture, gut, hew, rend, skive, sliver, split; analysis; cleave: ren yn thalloo va foue scoltey veih-my-cheilley Bible; bursting, cracking, gutting, slitting, venting; cleavage, cleft, crevasse, disunion, fissure, scission, slit, slot; part; fission; vent; beanfeast, blow out, heavy meal, tuck in

trome (=Ir. trom) pl. trommey 1 heavy a: Agh va laueyn Voses trome; as ghow ad clagh, as hug Bible; 2 bold, burdensome, deep-drawn, difficult, emphatic, expectant, gruelling, hard, harsh, heavyweight, high pressure, intense, laborious, onerous, ponderous, severe, sledgehammer, steep, stodgy, substantial, sweated, unwieldly, wearying, weighty; 3 (oppressive) close; 4 (burden) crippling; 5 (of smoke) dense; 6 (Jur.) grievous, grave a: As va shoh feer trome er aigney Abraham er coontey e vac Bible; 7 (of sea) rough; 8 deep a: As hug y Chiarn Jee cadley trome dy huittym er Adam Bible; 9 expecting, pregnant, with child a: ta ny shioltaneyn as ny immanyn trome ta mârym Bible; 10 great a: honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght dooinney trome er y thalloo Bible; 11 sore a: As van ghortey trome ayns y cheer ad fo eh Bible [O.Ir. trom]

trome-chreeagh dejected, dolorous, heavy-hearted, low-spirited, miserable: As ghow eh marish Peddyr as Jamys as Ean, as ren eh toshiaght dy ve mooar seaghnit as trome-chreeagh Bible

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