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home1 balley, valley; oayll; cheer; thie: They came home with the blessing - Haink ad thie lesh y vooilley orroo. DF idiom; dy valley: It's the nearest way home - Te yn aagherrid dy-valley. JJK idiom

home2 (n.) (for elderly) thie-kemmyrk


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at home (n.) giense thie

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

care home (n.) thie-kiarail

Cats' Home (n.) Thie ny Kiyt

Dogs' Home (n.) Thie ny Moddee

Get home (impv) Fow thie

harvest home meailley

home address (gen.) enmys thie

Home Affairs (npl.) Cooishyn Sthie

home-brewed ale (n.) lhune thie

home circle chaaghlagh

Home Counties (npl.) Coondaeghyn Lunnin

home farm (n.) gowaltys balley

Home Field (n.) (Yn) Aaie

home folks (npl.) mooinjer y valley

home handyman (n.) coamreyder thie

Home Office (n.) (the) Oik Sthie, Rheynn Chooishyn Thie

home produce (n.) jantys thie, troaryn ny cheerey

Home Rule (n.) Reill Thie

Home Secretary (n.) Screeudeyr Cooishyn Thie

home side (n.) skimmee balley

home town (n.) balley dooghys

home trade (n.) cochionneeaght thie

Home Utilities (npl.) Shirveishyn Thie

My Home (Yn) Thie Aym

nursing home (n.) thie boandyrys; thie cour shenn sleih; thie lheeys privaajagh

Our Home (n.) (Yn) Thie Ain

ram home (v.) cur dy valley; jingey; pronney

remand home (n.) thie saase

residential home (n.) thie cummaltagh

Rocky Home (n.) Balley Creggey

Safe home (intj) Dy jed oo slane; Slane dy valley

Close Home Home's Enclosure

back to main home page er-ash dys yn ard-duillag thie

Department of Home Affairs (n.) Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie

Electrical, Home and Toys (n.) Cooid Lectragh, Thie as Gaihaghyn

Home Affairs Minister (n.) Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie

home for the blind (n.) thie ny doail

Home in the Hollow (n.) Cor-Valley

home of rest (n.) thie aash

Home of the Slope (n.) Balley Lhargee

on the voyage home er y varrinys noal

residential care home (n.) thie kiarail

Croit John Home John Home's Croft

Home's Enclosure (n.) Close Home

balley dooghys home town

chaaghlagh home circle, household

coamreyder thie home handyman

cochionneeaght thie (f.) home trade

Cooishyn Sthie Home Affairs

Coondaeghyn Lunnin Home Counties

Fow thie (impv) Get home; reach home: Trog ort ayns traa mie, as ny bee yn er s'jerree, agh fow thie fegooish lhiggey shaghey. Apoc

giense thie at home

gowaltys balley home farm

jantys thie home produce

meailley (f.) harvest home, mhellia

Reill Thie Home Rule

Shirveishyn Thie (f.) Home Utilities

skimmee balley home side

Thie Aym (Yn) My Home

thie boandyrys nursing home

thie cummaltagh residential home

thie-kemmyrk (for elderly) home

thie-kiarail care home

thie saase remand home

stay-at-home1 (n.) fer chiollee

stay-at-home2 (n.) (female) ben hiollee

ben hiollee (f.) (female) stay-at-home

Cor-Valley Home in the Hollow

fer chiollee stay-at-home

lhune thie home-brewed ale

Rheynn Chooishyn Thie (f.) (the) Home Office

Screeudeyr Cooishyn Thie Home Secretary

Slane dy valley (intj) Safe home

thie kiarail residential care home

thie lheeys privaajagh nursing home

Thie ny Kiyt Cats' Home

Thie ny Moddee Dogs' Home

troaryn ny cheerey (f.) home produce

John Home's Croft (n.) Croit John Home

Balley Creggey Rocky Home; Rocky Farm

Balley Lhargee Home of the Slope

cur dy valley plug in, ram home

Dy jed oo slane (intj) Safe home

er y varrinys noal on the voyage home

mooinjer y valley (f.) home folks; townspeople

thie aash home of rest, rest house

thie cour shenn sleih nursing home

thie ny doail home for the blind

Cooid Lectragh, Thie as Gaihaghyn Electrical, Home and Toys

dy valley home, homeward: hig eh dy valley ec laa pointit. Bible

er-ash dys yn ard-duillag thie back to main home page

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

blessing bannaght; bannaghtagh; booilley: They came home with the blessing - Haink ad thie lesh y vooilley orroo. DF idiom

bolt1 (v.) barrey, creearrey, boltal, boltey; (n.) boult, bout; (v.) orraghey; (v.) roie; (n.) side; bolt: The bolt slipped home - Hie y bolt 'sy ghlass. DF idiom

designed kiaddit: Well designed home - Thie va kiaddit dy mie. DF idiom; kiarit; tayrnit

fortunately (adv.) dy fortanagh; S'aighoil: Fortunately he wasn't at home - S'aighoil nagh row eh ec y thie. JJK idiom

goodman (n.) eh hene; fer thie: say ye to the goodman of the house - abbyr-jee rish y fer-thie Bible; sheshey: For the goodman is not at home - Son cha vel my heshey ec y thie Bible

I (pron) mee: Am I not at home? - Nagh vel mee ec y thie? JJK idiom; (emph.) mish: I'm not as learned as he - Cha nel mish cha ynsit as eshyn. JJK idiom

in good time (adv.) dy traaoil: It was done in good time - V'eh jeant dy traaoil. DF idiom; ayns traa mie: I want to go home in good time - Shegin dou goll thie ayns traa mie. JJK idiom

I will weigh towshym: I will weigh the fish at home - Towshym yn eeast ec y thie. DF idiom

not (adv.) cha: I am not at home - Cha nel mee ec y thie. JJK idiom; nagh: Was I not ready to do it? - Nagh row mee aarloo dy yannoo eh? JJK idiom; ny

picking (v.) myngyraght; pluggey: Picking flowers - Pluggey blaaghyn. DF idiom; teih: He was picking his way home, drunk - V'eh teiy e raad thie, scooyrit. DF idiom

trio1 (n.) troor: Trio of women going home - Troor dy vraane goll thie. DF idiom

voyage marrinys: On the voyage home - Er y varrinys noal. DF idiom; shiaulley; troailt; troailtys marrey; turrys marrey; veyge

Aaie1 See faaie (Yn ) Home Field: Ren Chris Sheard as mee hene karraghey yn cleigh cloaie caglee jeh'n aaie Carn

balley (=Ir. baile) pl. baljyn pl. ballaghyn base, farmstead, home, town, urban: t'eh jeight stiagh ayns balley lesh giattyn as boltyn. Bible [L. ballivum]

cheer (=Ir. tír) (f.) pl. cheeraghyn country, home, land, shore, state, territory: ta mee er choyrt diu cheer ayn nagh ren shiuish laboragh Bible; region

cur lesh thie bring home: va cliaghtey mastey ny Manninee dy reayll yn bart jerrinagh jeh'n arroo, shen yn Vheillea, as cur lesh thie e myr oural da Jee yn Arroo Dhoor

enmys thie home address: Bishaghey staydys y Ghaelg myr shoh: yn oik postagh dy chur niart da polasee nee shickyraghey dy bee post as enmys thie Gaelgagh currit 'sy traa cheddin as post Baarlagh Dhoor

jingey cram, crowd, crowd up, crush, embed, indentation, jam, let in, press, quoin, ram home, shove, throng, wedge: Moylley as soylley, jingey as pronney daue, JK; crowding, shoving, thronging, wedging; gorge

oayll pl. oayldyn abode, habitat, home, resort; habitation: bee eh son cummal dragonyn, as oayll son hulladyn. Bible; haunt, hide, hideout

Oik Sthie Home Office: Ren patoayllee veih'n Oik Sthie scrutaght eear-vaase er y ven, va hoght bleeaney jeig as feed dy eash. BS

Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie Department of Home Affairs: Ta Rheynn Cooishyn Sthie cur failt er caghlaaghyn ayns leighyn- carrooagh y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit, agh t'ad gra dy vel yn Ellan er e hoshiaght sy chooish shoh. BS

Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie Home Affairs Minister: Hug Shirveishagh Cooishyn Sthie, Phil Braidwood, shilley er Jourby riyr d'eddyn magh c'red ta sleih ynnydagh coontey jeh ny treealtyssyn. BS

thie (=Ir. teach, Sc. taigh) pl. thieyn building, habitation, home, house, indoor, residence, residency: Cha der oo saynt da thie dty naboo CS; homeward; domestic

Thie Ain (Yn) Our Home: Beamyn yn thie ain jeh cedar, as ny jeaystyn juys. Bible

valley (=Ir. abhaile) See balley home; town: Eisht lhig ee sheese ad er coyrd trooid yn uinniag: son va'n thie eck er voalley yn valley, as v'ee cummal er y voalley. Bible

good mie: I want to go home in good time - Shegin dou goll thie ayns traa mie. JJK idiom; cair, foayroil; mieys; mienys; vie: I hope you are in good health - Ta mee treishteil dy vel shiu ayns slaynt vie. JJK idiom; foays

leave1 (v.) faagail: Leave high and dry - Faagail er y traie follym. DF idiom; faag: Leave the key in the door - Faag yn ogher 'sy ghlass. DF idiom; (to); (dy) aagail: Leave work undone - D'aagail obbyr gyn jannoo. DF idiom; (n.) kied: He came home on leave - Haink eh dy valley er kied. DF idiom

lodge (v.) aaghtaghey; cur aaght da; fuirree; goaill aaght: The gentleman, at whose home I lodge, always lets me see the newspapers - Yn dooinney-seyr, ec y thie echeysyn ta mee goaill aaght, t'eh dy-kinjagh lhiggey dou lhaih ny pabyryn-naight. JJK idiom; lhiabbaghey; lhiaghtey; tannaghtyn; (n.) thie giattey; bwaag: left as a cottage in a vineyard, as a lodge in a garden of cucumbers - treigit myr bwane ayns garey-feeyney, as bwaag ayns garey-cucumber Bible

palsy (n.) chingys craaee: my servant lieth at home sick of the palsy - ta my er-mooinjerey ny lhie ching ec y thie jehn chingys-craaee Bible; chingys neulheiltagh, neulheiltys; chingys; palsee: men brought in a bed a man which was taken with a palsy - hug sleih lhieu ayns lhiabbee dooinney va ching jehn palsee bible

slay (v.) cur gy baase, marroo; marr: Slay my two sons, if I bring him not to thee - Marr my ghaa vac, mannagh derym Bible; mar: Bring these men home, and slay - Cur lhiat ny deiney shoh thie as mar-jee Bible; stroie; (n.) sling fidderagh

stop cur stap er; scuir, scuirr: He came to a full stop - Scuirr eh ayns e vraagyn. DF idiom; shassoo; stap, sthap; stappal; tannaghtyn: To stop at home - Dy hannaghtyn 'sy valley. DF idiom; scuirrys; jeigh; tannee: Stop there! - Tannee myr t'ou! DF idiom; doon: Stop that hole - Doon y towl shen. DF idiom; (n.) stad; stoppal

cur stiagh bring home, buy in, drop, embody, embrace, enclose, harvest, house, input, install, interject, lay up, pass, return; insert, put in: gys ny laueyn oc ta Jee cur stiagh dy palchey Bible; submit; insertion, installation, interruption, intervention; get in; enter; fill in

pronney cram, fill, press, ram home, stuff: Glen, screeb as niee yn eeast; jean pronney marish y chooid elley jeh ny reddyn er- lhimmey jeh'n eeym, as cur shoh stiagh 'syn eeast as whaal seose eh. Dhoor; eating greedily, filling, overcrowding, stuffing; gorge

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