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here ayns shoh; aynshoh: Here are some very good books - Aynshoh paart dy lioaryn feer vie. JJK idiom; er hoh: Here are some rolls and toast - Er hoh arran-bainney as arran-greddan. JJK idiom


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Listen here (intj) Eaisht rhym

Look here (intj) Eaisht rhym

over here ayns shoh wass; wass; hoal: When next you are over here - Y nah traa vees oo hoal. DF idiom

same here (the) Mish lhiat

this here shoh

those here ad shoh

here it is er hoh eh

Mish lhiat (intj) (the) same here

Eaisht rhym (intj) Look here, Listen here, Lend me your ear: Eisht dooyrt Boaz rish Ruth, Eaisht rhym, my inneen, ny gow dy yeeassyragh ayns magher erbee elley, chamoo scugh veih shoh, agh freill oo-hene er-gerrey da ny mraane aegey aym's Bible

ad shoh these, those here: Ad shoh ny slattyssyn as ny briwnyssyn Bible

aynshoh here: Vel ad yeedyn blass Vannin choud's t'ad aynshoh? Cha nel. Carn

ayns shoh here, herein: Ayns shoh ta meenid ny nooghyn [O.Ir. sund]

er hoh eh here it is: Er hoh eh ayns y chorneil. JJK

attachment (n.) lhiantag: Screw that attachment in here - Scrod y lhiantag shen stiagh ayns shoh. DF idiom; lhiantys; lhiantynys; ehlley

bake (v.) broie; fuinney: If you bake the bread here - My uinnys oo yn arran ayns shoh. DF idiom; fuin

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

corner5 (n.) (on road) ceau; corneil: Here they are in the corner - Er hoh eh ayns y chorneil. JJK idiom

drag carriads kiare cabbil; gobbragh lhieen screebee; gobbragh sleayd varrey; goll dy dree; goll dy moal; lhiettrimys; sleayd screebee; sleaydey; sthroogey; tayrn: Drag it here - Tayrn eh dys shoh. DF idiom

easier (adj.) assey: It's far easier here - T'eh foddey s'assey ayns shoh. DF idiom; sassey: Nothing's easier than that - Cha nel veg ny sassey na shen. JJK idiom; (ny) s'assey

fathom (n.) feiy: There are only three fathoms here at low water - Cha nel agh tree feiy er diuinid ayns shoh ec y vooir-hraie. DF idiom; (v.) suntal, sunteil

found (v.) gruntal; prowit; (as metal) tilgey; (as opinion) dennee; hooar: I found it in Castletown - Hooar mee eh ayns Balley Chashtal. DF idiom; feddynit: It was found here - V'eh feddynit ayns shoh. DF idiom

in a whisper myr hannish: She is here, he said in a whisper - T'ee ayns shoh, dooyrt eh myr hannish. DF idiom

I will die yioym baase: I will die here - yioym baase ayns shoh Bible

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

No wonder (intj) Chan yrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

praying (v.) goaill padjer: I am the woman that stood by thee here, praying unto the Lord - she mish y ven hass liorts ayns shoh, goaill padjer gys y Chiarn Bible; guee er; prayal

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

sadness (n.) anghennallys, drogh-yien, lag-chreeys, neuvaynrys, seiyjaght; trimshey: There is an air of sadness here - Ta cummey trimshey aynshoh. DF idiom

then1 (adv.) eisht: Come here, and then you'll hear me better - Trooid dy shoh, as eisht cluinee shiu mee ny share. JJK idiom

toast1 (n.) greddan; arran greddan: Here are some rolls and toast - Er hoh arran-bainney as arran-greddan. JJK idiom; arran greddanit; jough slaynt; (v.) greddey; iu slaynt

variety (n.) arraghys, arraghys chloie, sorch, ym-yiense, yn-yiense; caghlaa: You have a great variety of vegetables here - Ta caghlaa mooar sorchyn dy lossreeyn aynshoh. JJK idiom

vegetables lossreeyn: You have a great variety of vegetables here - Ta caghlaa mooar sorchyn dy lossreeyn aynshoh. JJK idiom

wonder gindys, yindys, yindyss; goaill yindys; nhyrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

wren (n.) dreain, drean: The Hunt the Wren Boys were here tonight - Va guillyn shelg yn Drean aynshoh noght. DF idiom

ayns shoh wass over here: V'er jeet er-thalloo reesht, faagail ny flaunyssee, Dy vaghey ayns shoh wass marish ny seihlltee! Coraa

er hoh here: Earroo 12 Yn Cheshaght Ghailckagh Mee ny Nollick 1998 Er hoh dhyt Dhooraght reesht. Dhoor

shoh (=Ir. seo) this, this here: Agh rish ooilley'n traa shoh, cha row mish ec Jerusalem Bible [O.Ir. in ... so]

wass across, over here, side; beneath, nether: t'eh ny Yee ayns niau heose, as er y thalloo wass Bible

censored castit: It is censored - T'eh castit ec yn kinseyr. DF idiom; giarrit: The book is censored here and there - Ta'n lioar giarrit ayns shoh as ayns shen. DF idiom; scrutit: It is censored - T'eh scrutit. DF idiom

familiar ainjyssagh rish: He made himself familiar with Manx - Ren eh eh hene ainjyssagh rish y thalloo shoh. DF idiom; caarjoil; mooar; oayllagh rish: I am familiar with it - Ta mee oayllagh rish. DF idiom; cadjin: That is a familiar sight here in the Isle of Mann - Ta shen shilley cadjin ayns shoh ayns Mannin. DF idiom

fewer (adj.) loo: They are fewer now - S'loo ad nish. DF idiom; (ny) sloo: There are fewer people here this year - Ta ny sloo sleih ayns shoh mleeaney. DF idiom; (ny) s'tiarkey: They are becoming fewer - T'ad goll ny s'tiarkey. DF idiom

free feaysley er, follym, seyrey; nastee: Fishing is free here - Ta eeastagh nastee ayns shoh. DF idiom; seyr: Free from worry - Seyr veih boirey. DF idiom; daaney; feoiltagh; seyrsnys: They themselves were free - Va seyrsnys oc hene. DF idiom

just now (adv.) er y chooyl: I am going just now - Ta mee goll er y chooyl. DF idiom; vaidjin; vaidjyn: He was here just now - V'eh ayns shoh vaidjyn. DF idiom; kiart nish: Don't intrude on her just now - Ny brish stiagh urree kiart nish. DF idiom; nish hene: I'll be on the ground just now - Beeym er y thalloo nish hene. DF idiom

mentioned imraait; dimraa; enmyssit: these cities which are here mentioned by name - ny ard-valjyn shoh enmyssit Bible; er ny enmys: None of his sins that he hath committed shall be mentioned unto him - Cha bee veg jeh e pheccaghyn, teh er nyannoo, er ny enmys da Bible

public (adj.) foshlit, er fys; cadjinagh; theayagh: Is there a public convenience here? - Vel premmee theayagh ayn ayns shoh? DF idiom; pobbylagh: Public works - Obbraghyn pobbylagh. DF idiom; (n.) seihll, sleih, theay; (y) phobble: Public holiday - Laa seyr y phobble. DF idiom

rest aash: Change of work is rest - Caghlaa obbyr aash. JJK idiom; aashagh: It's at rest now - T'eh aashagh nish. DF idiom; cagh elley; (yn) chooid elley; cur aash da; fea: She is at rest now - T'ee ec fea nish. DF idiom; fieau: Let's rest here a while - Lhig dooin fieau ayns shoh rish tammylt. DF idiom; goaill fea, jannoo fea; scuirr: The waves never rest - Cha nel ny tonnyn rieau scuirr. DF idiom; taggey; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn

with you lhiat; lieriu, lhiu; (emph.) lieriuish, lhiuish; mayrt: Will you stay here, till I can go out with you? - Jean oo tannaghtyn aynshoh, dys oddym goll magh mayrt? JJK idiom; meriu, mêriu: I shall be with you in a minute - Bee'm meriu ayns minnid. JJK idiom; (emph.) mayrts, mayrt's; (emph.) meriuish; er nyn son eu: I do not use any ceremony with you - Cha nel mee shassoo er cliaghtey er nyn son eu. JJK idiom

hoal (=Ir. thall) across, beyond, come over, hence, opposite, overleaf, reverse, yonder: Cha row ayn hiar ny heear ny twoaie ny jiass chamoo v'ayn heese ny heose ny hoal ny wass PC; over here: foddey 's gerrit ec e reayrt va pooar dy akin seose, sheese dagh boayl, hoal as wass - fegooish scadoo va hiar, heear, twoaie as jiass PC

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