Lord of hosts (n.) Chiarn dy heshaghtyn niau: The Lord of hosts is the God over Israel - Yn Chiarn dy heshaghtyn niau yn Jee harrish Israel Bible; Chiarn dy heshaght-chaggee; Chiarn dy heshaght-flaunyss: to sacrifice unto the Lord of hosts - dy hebbal oural gys y Chiarn dy heshaght-flaunyss Bible; Chiarn ny flaunyssee: Except the Lord of hosts had left unto us a very small remnant - Er-be dy daag Chiarn ny flaunyssee dooin sluight fardalagh Bible
troops (npl.) sheshaghtyn caggee: he will invade them with his troops - hig eh stiagh orroo lesh e heshaghtyn caggee Bible; sidooryn; troopyn: Now gather thyself in troops - Nish chaggle oo hene ayns troopyn Bible
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