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him (pron) eh, eshyn

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about him mysh; mychionesyn; mygeayrt y mysh; my-e-chione: I don't give a damn about him - S'cummey lhiam rap my e chione. DF idiom; mychione echey: Speaking disparagingly about him - Loayrt lesh jee-voylley mychione echey. DF idiom

above him er-e-skyn

after him (ny) lurg; (ny) yei: I'll practice on the piano after him - Cliaghtym er y phiano ny yei. JJK idiom

against him n'oi; noi echey: He is dead against him - T'eh slane noi echey. DF idiom

At him (impv) (to dog) Styrr

at him echey

before him roish: A fine future lies before him - Ta seihll braew roish. DF idiom; roishyn; fosyn

by him liorish: or is he slain according to the slaughter of them that are slain by him? - ny vel eh er varroo jehsyn corrym rish yn baase ocsyn ter ny varroo liorish? Bible; liorishyn: And those which pitch by him shall be the tribe of Simeon - As adsyn nee grunt y ghoaill liorishyn, vees tribe Simeon Bible

concerning him my-e-chione

for him (ny) chour; er-e-hon; (emph.) er e honsyn; rish: You oughtn't to have waited for him - Cha lhisagh shiu er n'uirraghtyn rish. JJK idiom

from him voish: It's three weeks since I heard from him - Te tree shiaghteeyn neayr's cheayll mee voish. JJK idiom; voishyn; veih; veihsyn

in him ayn: I stuck a knife in him - Heiy mee skynn ayn. DF idiom; aynsyn

like him (emph.) gollrishyn

nigh him (ny) faresyn

of him jeh, jehsyn: In commemoration of him - Ayns cooinaghtyn jeh. DF idiom; mychionesyn

on him er: She fathered the child on him - Daag ee y paitchey er. DF idiom; (emph.) ersyn

over him harrish: He lets people ride over him - T'eh lhiggey da sleih markiagh harrish. JJK idiom; (emph.) harrishyn

pleased him (v.) my-haittin lesh; by-laik lesh: And the maiden pleased him - As by-laik lesh y ven aeg Bible

Shift him1 (intj) Cur sthoo da

Shift him2 (intj) (to animal) Sthoo

through him (ny) hrooid; (emph.) (ny) hrooidsyn: which shall be blessed through him - vees er nyn mannaghey ny hrooidsyn Bible

to him da: I was sitting next to him - Va mee my hoie ny sniessey da. JJK idiom; dasyn; huggey: She writes to him every day - T'ee screeu huggey dagh laa. JJK idiom; huggeysyn; rish: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

towards him (ny) whail; whuail

under him fosyn

with him lesh, leshyn; marish, marishyn

without him n'egooish

fetch him to me lhiat hym eh

Good riddance to him (intj) Blein vie ny yei

I hold him in estimation ta ammys aym er

I think well of him ta ammys aym er

My curse on him My vollaght er

out of him ass; (emph.) ass-yn

Perdition seize him (intj) Lane mollaght da

Plague on him (intj) Lane y vollaght da

Punish him well (intj) Cur terrish da

Serves him right (intj) Leshyn myr toilchyn

shall scourge custee: And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him - As craidee ad mysh, as custee ad eh Bible; scuitchee: And they shall scourge him, and put him to death - As scuitchee ad eh, as ver ad eh gy baase Bible

much people (n.) niart sleih: horses and much people - cabbil, as niart sleih Bible; mooarane pobble: to save much people alive - dy hauail mooarane pobble bio Bible; weight sleih: And Edom came out against him with much people - As haink Edom magh n lesh weight sleih Bible; ymmodee sleih: And they went out, they and all their hosts with them, much people - As hie ad magh, ad-hene as ooilley ny deiney caggee oc mâroo, ymmodee sleih Bible; earroo mooar dy leih: much people gathered unto him - va earroo mooar dy leih er nyn jaglym cooidjagh huggey Bible; mooarane sleih: with horsemen, and companies, and much people - lesh markee, as sheshaghtyn-caggee, as mooarane sleih Bible; ymmodee dy leih: and much people followed him - as deiyr ymmodee dy leih Bible; shiartanse mooar dy leih

fosyn before him, under him: fosyn va daa cheead as kiare-feed thousane Bible

my-e-chione concerning him: Son shoh eh, my-e-chione te scruit Bible; about him

mychionesyn about him, of him: Vel shiu gra mychionesyn ta'n Ayr er chasherickey Bible

ta ammys aym er I think well of him, I hold him in estimation

accepted graysoil; soiagh jeant jeh: and it shall be accepted for him to make atonement for him - as beagh soiagh jeant jeh er e hon, dy yannoo lhiasaghey ny chour Bible

disdain faghid: I disdain him - Ta faghid aym er. DF idiom; conaase: I disdain him - Ta conaase aym er. DF idiom; connys

distrust meehreisteil: I distrust him - Ta meehreisteil aym er. DF idiom; ourys: I distrust him - Ta ourys aym er. DF idiom

persuade (v.) breigey, coyrlaghey; cur er: Persuade him to do it - Cur ersyn jannoo eh. DF idiom; coyrlee: Persuade him not to do it - Coyrlee da dyn jannoo eh. DF idiom

shall abhor dwoaiyssee: him shall the people curse, nations shall abhor him - ersyn hig mollaght y theay, dwoaiyssee ashoonyn eh Bible

shall empty folmee: I will send unto him wanderers, that shall cause him to wander, and shall empty his vessels - dy der-yms ersyn joarreeyn, eiyrys eh gys cheer yoarree, as folmee ad ny siyn-feeyney echey 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

thronged chionney er; chionney stiagh er: much people followed him, and thronged him deiyr ymmodee dy leih, as ren ad chionney stiagh er. Bible; jingit

rish 1 along, beside, by a: shen y raad nee shiu campal rish oirr ny marrey. Bible; 2 during: Rish y lhing echeysyn vees Judah er ny hauail Bible; 3 for; 4 to, to him: As dooyrt Aaron rish Moses Bible; 5 for him

Styrr (impv) (to dog) At him; (to dog) Seize

approach (n.) beeal; (v.) cheet; trooid; tayrn er-gerrey da: thy days approach that thou must die - ta laa dty vaaish tayrn er-gerrey; cheet er-gerrey: he that made him can make his sword to approach unto him - cha vod agh cliwe yn Er-croo cheet er-gerrey da Bible

breast breast; broghil; broghilley; brollagh; cleeau: She clasped him to her breast - Ren ee goaill eh dys y chleeau eck. DF idiom; cleeauraghey; kee; keeagh: To give the child the breast - Dy chur y cheeagh da'n lhiannoo. DF idiom; oghrish: She pressed him to her breast - Hionn ee eh da'n oghrish eck. DF idiom; sheeiney; sheeint; ught

girded (v.) chiangle: And he put upon him the coat, and girded him with the girdle - As hug eh er yn cooat, as chiangle eh yn cryss mysh Bible; cryssit: And thus shall ye eat it; with your loins girded - As shoh myr nee shiu gee eh; lesh nyn meeghyn cryssit Bible

shall seek hirrys: thou shalt find him, if thou seek him - nee oo feddyn eh my hirrys oo er e hon Bible; shirree: Ye shall seek me, and shall not find me - Shirree shiu mee agh cha vow shiu mee Bible

stamped as clouag er: This letter is insufficiently stamped - Cha nel clouag dy liooar er y screeuyn shoh. DF idiom; cowrit, ingnit; (v.) stamp: he cast him down to the ground, and stamped upon him - lhieg eh er y thalloo eh, as stamp eh er. Bible; vroo

victuals (n.) cooid-veaghee; beaghey: Take victuals with you for the journey - Gow-jee beaghey mêriu son y jurnah Bible; bee: And the men took of their victuals - As ghow ny ard-gheiney jehn bee oc Bible; oltaghey-bea: And he enquired of the Lord for him, and gave him victuals - As ren eh briaght jehn Chiarn er e hon: as hug eh oltaghey-bea da Bible

wanderers (npl.) shaghrynee: none shall gather up him that wandereth - cha jean fer erbee goaill seose ny shaghrynee Bible; joarreeyn: that I will send unto him wanderers - dy der-yms ersyn joarreeyn Bible; wagaantee: and they shall be wanderers among the nations - as bee ad wagaantee mastey ny ashoonee Bible

worm1 (n.) beisht; beishteig: The womb shall forget him; the worm shall feed sweetly on him - Neen vreïn eshyn y yarrood; neen beishteig beaghey dy blaystal er Bible; crooag: it did not stink, neither was there any worm therein - cha ren eh breinaghey, chamoo va crooag ayn Bible; dhiane: How much less man, that is a worm? and the son of man, which is a worm? - Cre-woad sloo dooinney, ta ny veishteig, as yn mac dooinney, ta myr y dhiane. Bible; peishteig; tayrneyder

Cur sthoo da (intj) Shift him

Blein vie ny yei (intj) Good riddance to him

Cur terrish da (intj) Punish him well

Lane mollaght da (intj) Perdition seize him

Lane y vollaght da (intj) Plague on him

Leshyn myr toilchyn (intj) Serves him right

n'oi against him: quoi oddys caggey n'oi? Bible

blows heidys; (npl.) buillaghyn: Blows rained on him - Huitt buillaghyn er. DF idiom

outbid (v.) ardjaghey er: I outbid him - Dardjee mee er. DF idiom

will entice cleaynee: I will entice him - Cleaynee-yms Bible

aynsyn in him, in it: Aynsyn ren shiuish myrgeddin treishteil Bible

dasyn to him: Dasyn ta shiuish leih nhee erbee Bible

echey (=Ir. aice) 1 at him, his, its a: as bee yn ennym echey Ishmael Bible; 2 have

er-e-hon for him: va my chree seaghnit er e hon. Bible

er-e-skyn above her, above him: losht eh thie'n ree er-e-skyn lesh aile Bible

ersyn on him: Jee my chreg; ersyn ver-ym my varrant Bible

eshyn he, him, himself: Eshyn shynney lesh ynsagh, shynney lesh tushtey Bible

gollrishyn (emph.) like him: vod oo taarnaghey lesh dty choraa gollrishyn? Bible

huggey to him: haink ad huggey yn vleïn er-giyn Bible

huggeysyn to him: eer huggeysyn nee deiney cheet Bible

leshyn with him: Yn faarkey she leshyn eh Bible

liorish (=Ir. le) beside, by, by him, per: Jean breearrey dou liorish Jee Bible

marish with, with him: v'eh oanluckit marish e ghooie Bible

My vollaght er (intj) Curse it, My curse on him

Sthoo (intj) (to animal) Clear off, Shift him: Cur sthoo da'n vooa shen! DF

veihsyn from him: As ghow David veihsyn thousane fainagh Bible

yei1 pl. yeiyn anyrate, ensuing, however, otherwise, succeeding; after, after him; abaft; guest

about (prep.) mygeayrt, mooish; mysh: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom; (to) er chee; mychione: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

accordingly (adv.) 'naght, reir shen, rere shen; myrgeddin; myr shen: Accordingly I wrote to him - Myr shen screeu mee rish. DF idiom

accountable (adj.) freggyrtagh: You are accountable to him for them - Ta shiu freggyrtagh rishyn er nyn son. DF idiom; oolagh; raantagh

accusation (n.) plaiynt: wrote they unto him an accusation against the inhabitants of Judah and Jerusa - scrieu ad huggey plaiynt noi cummaltee Yudah as Yerusalem Bible; cooish chassid

admit (v.) cur entreilys da; lhiggey stiagh: Admit him now - Lhig stiagh eh nish. DF idiom; lowal

afar (adv.) er-foddey; foddey; foddey jeh: I saw it from afar - Honnick mee eh foddey jeh. DF idiom; foddey magh; foddey voish: I saw him from afar - Honnick mee foddey voym eh. DF idiom; sy yioyn

alarm (n.) alarym, fogrym, larm; tharmane: He raised the alarm - Hrog eh yn tharmane. DF idiom; (v.) cur aggle er, scoaghey; cur raaue da: He gave him the alarm - Hug eh raaue da. DF idiom

am ta: I am much obliged to him for remembering me - Ta mee lane kianlt booise da son cooinaghtyn mee. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel; nagh vel: Am I not at home? - Nagh vel mee ec y thie? JJK idiom

annoyed anveaghit; corree: It annoyed him - Hug eh corree er. DF idiom; currit ass: She was annoyed - V'ee currit assjee. DF idiom; fargit; jymmoosit; sneeuit

apart (adj., adv.) ry-lhiattee, dy lhiattee: I took him apart - Ghow mee eh ry-lhiattee. DF idiom; scart; veih-my-cheilley: It came apart - Haink eh veih-my-cheilley. DF idiom

appease (v.) castey, cur shee er, kiunaghey, meelaghey; meeinaghey: I will appease him with the present that goeth before me - Neem y veeinaghey eh lesh y gioot ta goll roym Bible

apply1 (v.) cur er; cur rish; cur stiagh son; shirrey: Who is to apply to him, you or they? - Quoi shegin shirrey er, uss ny adsyn? JJK idiom

archers (npl.) sideyryn: The archers have sorely grieved him - Ta ny sideyryn er heaghney eh dy trome Bible

arguments (npl.) arganeyn; resoonyn fondagh: I would order my cause before him, and fill my mouth with arguments - Yinnin my chooish y hoiaghey magh kiongoyrt rish, as lhieeney my veeal lesh resoonyn fondagh Bible

aroused dooisht; dooishtit; er cannoo: She aroused him - Hug ee er-cannoo er. DF idiom; greesit

arrayed (v.) choamree: and arrayed him in vestures of fine linen - as choamree eh eh ayns garmadyn sheeidey Bible; coamrit: being arrayed in white linen - coamrit ayns aanrit gial Bible

as before myr bollagh: that it is not toward me as before - nagh vel eh lhiam myr bollagh eh Bible; myr ve roïe: it was not toward him as before - cha row eh lesh myr ve roïe Bible

aside (adv.) er lheh: I took him aside - Hug mee lhiam er-lheh eh. DF idiom; ry-lhiattee, er lhiattee

assuage (adj.) (pain) meein; castey; cur aash er: That will assuage him - Ver shen aash er. DF idiom

as though myr: As though to strike him - Myr dy woalley eh. DF idiom; myr yien

Athens (n.) (Yn) Atheen; Athens: And they that conducted Paul brought him unto Athens - As hug y cheshaght hie marish Paul lhieu eh gys Athens Bible

attire (v.) cur mysh; (n.) coamrey: there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

begrudge (v.) mooaraghey da: I begrudge him that! - Ta mee mooaraghey shen da! DF idiom; trooghey

beseech (v.) guee er, jannoo aghin, jannoo aghin hug, shirrey er; guee; hirr; yeearree er, geearree er: I beseech him not to go - Ta mee geearree er dyn goll. DF idiom

blame (n.) comys, foill; (v.) feddyn foill ayn, foiljaghey, geddyn foill ayn; cur foill er: I don't blame him for it - Cha nel mee cur y foill er. DF idiom

blasphemously (adv.) dy mollaghtagh: And many other things blasphemously spake they against him. - As ymmodee reddyn elley loayr ad dy mollaghtagh noi Bible; mollaghtoil

blasphemous words (npl.) goan-mollaghtagh: We have heard him speak blasphemous words against Moses - Ta shin er chlashtyn eh shoh loayrt goan-mollaghtagh noi Moses Bible

bottomless pit (n.) charvaal; diunid gyngrunt: And cast him into the bottomless pit - As hilg eh eh ayns y diunid gyn-grunt Bible

bring home (n.) cur lesh thie: Wilt thou believe him, that he will bring home thy seed - Vod oo credjal dy der eshyn lesh thie dty arroo Bible; cur stiagh

casting (v.) reirey; tilgey: For the purpose of casting him headlong - Ry hoi tilgey sheese eh gour e vullee. DF idiom; (n.) tilgane

charge1 currym: I take charge of him - Ta e churrym orrym. DF idiom; lught lectragh, trimmid lectragh; orraghey; sarey

chops (npl.) asnaghyn; eallyn: I hit him on the chops - Woaill mee eh er ny eallyn. DF idiom

church1 doonagh; keeill: I happened to meet him near the church - Haink mee ny whail er-gerrey da'n cheeill. JJK idiom; kirk

clinging lhiantagh; lhiantyn: The dress was clinging to her - Va'n gooyn lhiantyn r'ee. DF idiom; lhiantynagh; croghey rish: She was clinging to him - V'ee croghey rish. DF idiom

closely (adv.) dy glooie: Closely woven - Feeit dy glooie. DF idiom; dy geyre: He questioned him closely - Ren eh feyshtey eh dy geyre. DF idiom

clustered (adj.) dossanagh; (v.) chruinnee: They clustered round him - Chruinnee ad mygeayrt y mysh DF idiom

coffin (n.) coavin, coyr-verriu, kishtey keyl, koir-verriu, koir-oanluckee; crub; coffin: they embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin in Egypt. - ren ad yn corp echeyspiceal, as veh er ny choyrt ayns coffin ayns Egypt Bible

collection (n.) chaglym: They made a collection for him - Ren ad chaglym da. DF idiom; jeelym; oural

colonel (n.) curnal; cornel: They've made him a colonel - T'ad er n'yannoo cornel jeh. JJK idiom

confidence (n.) barrantys, creeaght, daanys, roon, treisht; barrant: I haven't much confidence in him - Cha nel monney barrant aym er. DF idiom; folliaght: He made a confidence to me - Dinsh eh folliaght dou. DF idiom

covenanted conaanit; choard: And they covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver - As choard ad rish son jeih peeshyn as feed dy argid Bible

crucified crossit; er ny chrossey: Then were there two thieves crucified with him - Eisht va daa vaarliagh er ny chrossey mârish Bible

cup1 (n.) cappan: Let him fill her cup - Lhig da lhieeney e cappan. JJK idiom

curses (npl.) gweeaghyn; mollaghtyn: She called down curses on him - Ren ee gwee mollaghtyn er. DF idiom

deal1 (v.) cur magh, jannoo, truckal; dell; dellal: I have to deal with him - She orrym dy ghellal rish. DF idiom

deliver (v.) livrey: Deliver us from evil - Livrey shin veih olk. DF idiom; seyrey; stowys; Livrey-jee: Deliver him from going down to the pit - Livrey-jee eh veih goll sheese gys yn oaie Bible

description (n.) coontey: It baffles description - Cha nod oo chur coontey jeh. DF idiom; tuarastyl: The police have a good description of him - Ta tuarastyl vie jeh ec ny meoiryn shee. DF idiom

deter (v.) cumrail; cur jeh: Nothing will deter him - Cha jean veg cur eh jeh. DF idiom

difference (n.) anchaslys, liettrimys, lhietrymys; caghlaa: I see a big difference in him - Ta mee fakin caghlaa mooar ayn. DF idiom

diffident (v.) lhiastey: I was diffident about speaking to him - Va mee lhiastey loayrt rish. DF idiom; meehreisteilagh

dip2 (v.) (of flag) bannaght injillaghey: Dip the flag to him - Injillee y brattagh da. DF idiom

dipper (n.) injilleyr, lheeagh, lhon ushtey, slat hummee; tummeyder: They christened him John the Dipper - Denmys ad eh Juan y Thummeyder. DF idiom

dispute argane; pleadeil: he disputed about the body of Moses - veh pleadeil mychione corp Voses Bible; resooney: There the righteous might dispute with him - Ayns shen oddagh yn dooinney cairagh resooney rish Bible

dispute with (v.) resooney rish: There the righteous might dispute with him - Ayns shen oddagh yn dooinney cairagh resooney rish Bible

do not nar; ny: Do not interrupt me - Ny cur stiagh orrym. DF idiom; nagh: Do not speak - Ny loayr. DF idiom; ny jean: Do not let him - Ny lhig da. DF idiom

during car; er; er feiy; er fud; feiy: I've seen him pass twice during the day - Ta mee er n'akin eh goll shaghey daa cheayrt feiy'n laa. JJK idiom; fud; rish; trooid

enfeebled annooinit: We will kill him when he becomes enfeebled - Varrmayd eh tra gannooinys eh. DF idiom; moal

entered (v.) currit stiagh: I entered him in the race - Hug mee eh stiagh 'sy ratch. DF idiom

escapes scaap-ys; scaapail: He sees everything, nothing escapes him - T'eh fakin dy-chooilley red, cha nel veg scapail eh. JJK idiom

every day dagh laa: She writes to him every day - T'ee screeu huggey dagh laa. JJK idiom; gagh laa

every side dagh cheu; dagh ooilley ard: They came from every side to see him - Haink ad voish dagh ooilley ard dy akin eh. DF idiom; dy chooilley heu

eye1 (v.) jeeaghyn, scrial, sooilleragh; (n.) sooill: I gave him a black eye - Daag mee sooill ghoo er. DF idiom

fall by the sword (v.) a: and I will cause him to fall by the sword in his own land - as ver-yms er tuittym liorish y chliwe ayns e heer hene Bible

farmyard (n.) close; cooyrt; straid: I saw him in the farmyard - Honnick mee eh er y traid. DF idiom; uhllin

fits freggyrtagh: It fits in with his story - T'eh freggyrt rish e skeeal. DF idiom; gaarlaghey: It fits him for the work - T'eh gaarlaghey eh da'n obbyr. DF idiom; kinkyn

friendly (adj.) caarjysagh, mooinjeroil; caarjoil: Friendly understanding - Reaghys caarjoil. DF idiom; curtheet: Him and her have been too friendly - T'eshyn as ish er ve ro churtheet. DF idiom

from thenceforth veih'n traa shen; veih shen magh: And from thenceforth Pilate sought to release him - As veih shen magh va Pilate shirrey dy eaysley eh Bible

fuss1 (n.) anvea, musthaa; (v.) babbaney, feiyal, foostyrey; goaill er; jannoo mooar jeh: The dog made a fuss of him - Ren y moddey mooar jeh. DF idiom

gave2 (interrog.) dug; put: Did Hezekiah king of Judah and all Judah put him at all to death? - Dug Hezekiah ree Yudah as ooilley Judah eshyn gy-baase? Bible

get1 (v.) feddyn; geddyn: Excuse me, while I get my stick - Jean my leshtal, choud as ta mee geddyn my vaidjey. JJK idiom; fow: Get it away from him - Fow eh ersooyl voish. DF idiom

giving (v.) coyrt: giving him food and raiment - coyrt da beaghey as coamrey Bible; toyrt: prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks - padjeryn, yeearreeyn, as toyrt booise Bible

go against (v.) goll noi: That will go against him - Hed shen noi echey. DF idiom; obbal

goodbye (n.) slane: I bade him goodbye - Daag mee slane lesh. DF idiom; slane ayd, slane lhiat

Good night (intj) Oie vie: I wished him good night - Dooyrt mee oie vie rish. DF idiom

headlong (adj., adv.) gour y ching, gour y ghib, gyn thort, kione my laaee, kiontoyrtagh; gour e vullee: For the purpose of casting him headlong - Ry hoi tilgey sheese eh gour e vullee. DF idiom; gour nyn mullee

heard1 cheayll: It's three weeks since I heard from him - Te tree shiaghteeyn neayr's cheayll mee voish. JJK idiom; chlin, clinnit, cluinit; eaisht

hell (n.) iurin; niurin: Let him go to hell - Lhig da goll dys niurin. DF idiom

homage (n.) ammys: He paid homage to him - Hug eh ammys da. DF idiom; fomys

hospital (n.) spittal; thie lheihys: Rush him to hospital - Roie eh gys y thie lheeys. DF idiom

hourly (adj., adv.) er yn oor, ooragh, ooroil, 'sy oor; gagh oor: We expect him hourly - Ta shin jerkal rishyn gagh oor. DF idiom

hypocritical (adj.) beeal-chrauee; foalsey; kialgeyragh: I will send him against an hypocritical nation - Neems eh y choyrt noi ashoon kialgeyragh Bible

I could oddin: I listened to him as long as I could - Deaisht mee rish chouds oddin. DF idiom; oddin's: I also could speak as ye do - Oddins myrgeddin loayrt myr ta shiuish Bible

identify (v.) cur enney er: Can you identify him? - Nod oo cur enney er? DF idiom

idol (n.) jalloo; jee-jalloo; jee beg: They made an idol of him - Ren ad jee beg jeh. DF idiom

I love shynney lhiam: I love my father - Shynney lhiam m'ayr. JJK idiom; Ta mee graihagh er: I love him with all my heart - Ta mee graihagh er lesh ooilley my chree. JJK idiom

impotent person (n.) annoonagh; annooinagh: The impotent man answered him - Dreggyr yn annooinagh eh Bible; baccagh

impression (n.) smooinaght: We thought these words would make a deep impression on him - Smooinee shin dy jinnagh ny focklyn shoh cur er smooinaghyn dy-dowin. JJK idiom; ynnyd cowrey

inch (n.) oarlagh: I am higher than him by an inch - Ta oarlagh aym er. DF idiom

induce (v.) cleaynaghey, cleayney, greinnaghey, indughtaghey, miolaghey, tayrn; cur er: Induce him to come - Cur ersyn cheet. DF idiom

I will bring verym lhiam: I will bring him to thee again - ver-ym lhiam hood eh reesht Bible

I will deliver livrey-yms: I will deliver him into thine hand - livrey-yms eh gys dty laue Bible

I will liken soylee-ym: I will liken him unto a wise man - soylee-ym eh gys dooinney creeney Bible

I will not suffer cha-surrym: I will not suffer him - cha surrym Bible

I will prepare aarlym; aarlym's; aarlee-yms; trog-yms: I will prepare him an habitation - trog-yms cummal casherick da Bible

I would do yinnin: I would do it at a push - Yinnin eh fy yerrey. DF idiom; yinnins, yinnin's: I would do him justice - yinnins cairys da Bible

Jesus (n.) Yeesey: Jesus said unto him, It is written again - Dooyrt Yeesey rish, Te scruit myrgeddin Bible; Jesus [Ir. Íosa]

killing1 marroo: With the design of killing him - Ry-hoi marroo eh. DF idiom

legs (npl.) lurgaghyn: His legs sank under him - Lhoob ny lurgaghyn echey fosyn. DF idiom

let (n.) lhiettalys; (v.) (da) lhig, lhiggal: Let him load the cart - Lhig da laadey yn cart. JJK idiom; lhiggey: You've let the fire go out - Ta shiu er lhiggey da'n aile goll magh. JJK idiom; soiaghey; cur ergooyl

lets lhiggey: He lets people ride over him - T'eh lhiggey da sleih markiagh harrish. JJK idiom

likely (adj., adv.) cosoylagh, s'cosoylagh: Very likely it's him - Feer chosoylagh t'eshyn t'ayn. JJK idiom; liklee, slickly

listened deaisht: I listened to him as long as I could - Deaisht mee rish chouds oddin. DF idiom; jeaisht

load (n.) bart, errey, laad, lught; (v.) cur orraghey ayn, lhieeney, lughtey; laadey: Let him load the cart - Lhig da laadey yn cart. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) lughtaghey

Lord God2 (n.) (The); (Yn) Chiarn Jee: the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David - ver y Chiarn Jee dasyn stoyl-reeoil throne of his father David Bible

many colours caglaaghyn daah: his coat of many colours that was on him - e chooat jeh caglaaghyn daah va mysh Bible

matter1 cooish: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom; (n.) ingyr; madyr, nhee, oyr, red, stoo; (v.) madyral

meet1 (adj.) cooie, kiart; quail; cheet quail, goll quail; (ny) whail: I happened to meet him near the church - Haink mee ny whail er-gerrey da'n cheeill. JJK idiom

messages (npl.) chaghteraghtyn: I deliver messages for him - Ta mee jannoo chaghteraghtyn da. DF idiom

mock breagagh, craidey mysh, grinderagh, grindyragh; floutagh; floutey; jannoo craid er: Make a mock of him - Jean craid er. DF idiom; floutyraght; craid; (adj.) far-

mug (n.) bonkan: He looks a bit of a mug - T'eh jannoo bonkan jeh hene. DF idiom; ommidan; puss: Hit him in the mug - Bwoall eh 'sy phuss. DF idiom; meddyr

my heart (n.) (Y) chree; my chree: I love him with all my heart - Ta mee graihagh er lesh ooilley my chree. JJK idiom

named enmyssit, er ny enmys, jeh'n ennym; gerrymit; denmys: They named him John - Denmys ad Juan eh. DF idiom


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