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hooill walked: Hooill eh rhymboo JJK

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eayst-hooill cabbil (f.) moon-eye

far hooill (f.) cast, ocellus

beisht yn daa hooill yeig lamprey

cooid gagh hooill (f.) cynosure

ocellus (n.) far hooill, sooill

compound eye (n.) yl-hooill

cynosure (n.) cooid gagh hooill; (Yn) Cheeaght

hydroscope (n.) ushtey-hooill

moon-eye eayst-hooill cabbil

ushtey-hooill (f.) hydroscope

yl-hooill (f.) compound eye

lamprey (n.) beisht yn daa hooill yeig; lamprey

brasnagh provocation: nagh vel my hooill cur-my-ner yn brasnagh oc? Bible

kuse veg (f.) few, little: Hooill eh son kuse veg d'airh. DF; little more

before them roue, rouesyn; cheu nyn meealloo; nyn meealloo: Situated right before them - Ny hoie kiart nyn meealloo. DF idiom; rhymboo: He walked before them - Hooill eh rhymboo. JJK idiom

walked shooillit; shooylt; hooyl; hooill; huill: And Abner and his men walked all that night through - As huill Abner as e gheiney fud-ny-hoie shen Bible

alley alley, alleyway: Nish tra va Satan ronsagh lesh e hooill trooid magh y garey, alley, bayr as cooill, honnick eh'n dooinney as [e] heshey dooie ayns stayd dy vaynrys, 'naght myr v'eh hene roie PC

assyd out of you: my ta dty hooill dy dty hayrn gys peccah, pluck assyd ee Bible

awiney (gen.) of a river: Ta raink mee Los Tilos, hooill mee rish y lhiabbee awiney hirrym trooid braaid dowin. Dhoor; freshwater; riverside

cadjinagh commoner, generally, prevalent, prosaic, public, vulgarly; commonly: v'eh fakin ny smoo ass e 'nane na veagh guillyn elly fakin dy cadjinagh lesh daa hooill! Coraa

cleayshey of the ear: Cheayll mee jeed's dy jarroo liorish clashtyn cleayshey ; agh nish ta my hooill er dt'akin Bible

cooill (=Ir.cuil) (f.) corner, hiding place, niche, nook: Nish tra va Satan ronsagh lesh e hooill trooid magh y garey, alley, bayr as cooill Bible

cuishlinyn temples: Cha der-ym cadley da my hooillyn, ny saveenagh da ferrooghyn my hooill: ny cuishlinyn my ching dy ghoaill veg y fea Bible

darrag (f.) (pl -yn) 1 beam, log a: cha vel geill ayd da'n darrag t'ayns dty hooill hene Bible; 2 oak; 3 (fishing) cast; 4 hairline, snood [L. doru]

dy cadjinagh openly: agh, ny-yeih, v'eh fakin ny smoo ass e 'nane na veagh guillyn elley fakin dy cadjinagh lesh daa hooill! Coraa; publicly

gennaghtyn (=Ir. aithniú) feel, know, perceive: cha vel oo gennaghtyn yn darrag t'ayns dty hooill hene Bible; conceive: Son ren Sarah gennaghtyn, as gymmyrkey mac da Abraham Bible; feeling

goaill fea quiet, quieten, rest, take it easy: Ta my hooill shilley gyn scuirr, ny goaill fea Bible

goaill greim jeh catch on, grip: She'n chied red va goaill greim jeh my hooill tra haink mee roish y Cholloo va'n daah j'ee. Carn

gyn scuirr ceaseless, continuous, endless, everlasting, everlastingly, non-stop, perpetual, uninterrupted, unrelaxing, unremitting, untiring, unwearying: Ta my hooill shilley gyn scuirr, ny goaill fea Bible

jesheenagh cosmetic, decorative, dressy, ornamental, ornate, set off, showy: Myr shen, y dooinney ta feer seyr as jesheenagh ny-vud eu, bee drogh hooill echey gys e vraar, as da ben e oghrish, as da e chloan vees er-mayrn Bible

pluck pluck: my ta dty hooill dy dty hayrn gys peccah, pluck assyd ee Bible

seaghney (bereavement) trouble: Ta my hooill seaghney my chree, son ooilley inneenyn my ard-valley Bible; vex

shassoo magh prominent, stand out: Va'n daa hooill shassoo magh ass yn chione echey. DF; persevere; come out, oppose: Ga dy vel shiu foast shassoo magh m

soiagh jeh approbation; acknowledge: Cha ren my hooill cassey ayns briwnys, chamoo ren eh soiagh jeh e vraaraghyn, ny geill y choyrt da e chloan hene Bible

vaik (interrog.) 1 will see: Vaik shiu eshyn shynney lesh m'annym?; 2 did see a: Vaik oo'n ard-nieu hug vaidjin lesh yn ooyl, as stiagh 'sy thammag ren snaue veih dty hooill? PC

veih'n laa shen magh from that day forward: As va drogh hooill ec Saul er David veih'n laa shen magh. Bible

yndyr See gyndyr browse, graze, pasture: Yn ard-nieu balloo ta er yndyr er, as e chaghlaa mooar hug my hooill my-ner; liorish e choyrle vie ta mee neesht er ee, as baase cha hur mee, ny foast cragh erbee! PC

cast1 builley, cuirt, skah; coontit; cur skimmee da; far hooill; jannoo; jiooldit; lhuan; lught; mac-skeih; orraghey; plaitail; roit; skimmee; snoaid; tilgane; tilgey: The sheep cast her lamb - Ren y cheyrrey tilgey yn eayn eck. DF idiom; tilgit; hilg; ceau, cheau: He cast his garments - Cheau eh jeh e gharmadyn. DF idiom; cuir; hilgys; tilg; (to); (dy) hilgey; ceaut: The die is cast - Ta ny jeeslaghyn ceaut. DF idiom

rouanys (f.) excess, immorality, profligacy, wantonness: Ayns dty vroïd ta rouanys Bible; lewdness: Ta mee er vakin kys tou er vrishey poosey m, yllaghey dty reaid, rouanys dty vaarderys, as dty obbraghyn naareydagh Bible; drunkenness: ta dty phrinceyn gee ayns traa cooie, son ooraghey, as cha nee son rouanys Bible; lasciviousness, lust: Maarlys, saynt, olkys, molteyrys, rouanys, drogh-hooill, goan mollaghtagh, moyrn, ommijys Bible; rioting, riotousness: Lhig dooin gimmeeaght dy onneragh myr ayns y laa: cha nee ayns rouanys as meshtyrys Bible


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