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hundred (n.) keead: A hundred men were taken prisoners - Va keead dooinney goit myr prysoonee. JJK idiom


Inexact matches:

hundred percent (n.) keead 'sy cheead

hundred pounds (npl.) keead punt: I'll draw a hundred pounds tomorrow - Gowym magh keead punt mairagh. DF idiom

long hundred (n.) keead liauyr, keead mooar

five hundred pounds (n.) queig cheead punt

Steam Packet Southern Hundred Races (npl.) Ratchyn Keead Jiass Y Phaggad Bree

keead liauyr long hundred

keead mooar long hundred

keead 'sy cheead hundred percent

Ratchyn Keead Jiass Y Phaggad Bree Steam Packet Southern Hundred Races

army (n.) armee: The army consists of ninety thousand and six hundred men - Ta kiare feed thousane as jeih as shey keead dy gheiney 'syn armee. JJK idiom; sheshaght chaggee

at the least (yn) chooid sloo: A hundred pounds at the least - Keead punt ec y chooid sloo. DF idiom

chariot (n.) fainagh: And a chariot came up and went out of Egypt for six hundred shekels of silver - As va fainagh er ny choyrt lesh veih Egypt son shey cheead shekel dy argid Bible; chariot

deposit (v.) cur sheese, cur yeearlys er, jannoo fooillagh, lhiggey neose; (n.) fooillagh; stoyr; tashtee; tashtey; yeearlys: I put a hundred pounds deposit on the car - Hug mee keead punt yeearlys er y ghleashtan. DF idiom; jasscane

eighteen hoght jeig: That happened in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five - Haghyr shen ayns y vlein hoght keead jeig as feed. JJK idiom

guinea (n.) guinea: You've more than a hundred guineas - Ta ny smoo na keead guinea eu JJK idiom

happened (dy) daghyr; (er) daghyrt: You don't know what has happened - Cha s'ayd c'red t'er daghyrt. JJK idiom; haghyr: That happened in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five - Haghyr shen ayns y vlein hoght keead jeig as feed. JJK idiom

inhabitants (npl.) cummaltee: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; ynnydee; dream, fir vaghee, mooinjer, sleih

men2 (of); (dy) gheiney: The army consists of ninety thousand and six hundred men - Ta kiare feed thousane as jeih as shey keead dy gheiney 'syn armee. JJK idiom

princesses (npl.) princessyn: princesses, and three hundred concubines - princessyn, as three cheead oainjyr Bible

seven shiaght: There are in this village one thousand seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom

taken1 goit: A hundred men were taken prisoners - Va keead dooinney goit myr prysoonee. JJK idiom; gowit

target1 (n.) braaid, dean, targad; target: And king Solomon made two hundred targets of beaten gold - As ren ree Solomon daa cheead target dy airh hammarit Bible

tower1 (n.) peeley; toor: This tower is two hundred feet high - Ta'n toor shoh daa cheead hrie er yrjid. JJK idiom

village (n.) balley beg: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; balley beg cheerey

warriors (npl.) fir-chaggee; deiney-caggee: an hundred and fourscore thousand chosen men, which were warriors - keead as kiare-feed thousane reih deiney-caggee

keead (=Ir. céad) pl. keeadyn century, hundred: va ny curtanyn, son y cheu twoaie keead cubit [L. centum]

keead blein d'eash centennial, hundred years old: As va Abraham keead bleïn dy eash, tra va e vac Isaac er ny ruggey da

keead punt cental, hundred pounds: As veagh ad eginit kiare feed punt ass keead punt (er y chooid sloo) y chosney veih'n eirinys.

queig cheead punt five hundred pounds, monkey: Y daa chuirrey-chiaullee ayns garaghyn y Villa Marina, chaill ad hoght meeilley as queig cheead punt ooilley cooidjagh. BS

cultivate1 (v.) lhiasaghey: If you cultivate your ground, its value will be increased a hundred-fold - My lhiasys shiu nyn dhalloo, bee e eeuid er ny bishaghey keead filley. JJK idiom; obbraghey; troarey

engagement (n.) co-chaggey; currym; failley; gialdynys; goaill greme; naishtey; cah: Two thousand five hundred and thirty-four men were killed in this engagement - Va daa housane queig keead as tree jeig as feed dy gheiney er nyn marroo ayns y chah shoh. JJK idiom

high1 ard: Not at all, it's high time to get up - Cha nee edyr, te ard traa dy irree. JJK idiom; gart, gort; ardey; dy ard; er yrjid: This tower is two hundred feet high - Ta'n toor shoh daa cheead hrie er yrjid. JJK idiom

round about2 mygeayrt: the food of the field, which was round about every city - arroon vagher, va mygeayrt dagh ardvalley Bible; cruin mygeayrt: But the Levites shall pitch round about the tabernacle of testimony - Agh nee ny Leviteyn goaill grunt cruin mygeayrt cabbane y chonaant Bible; ooilley mygeayrt: your sheaves stood round about - hass ny bunneeyn euish ooilley mygeayrt Bible; runt mygeayrt: and the wall of Jerusalem round about - as voalley Yerusalem runt mygeayrt Bible; slane mygeayrt: it had a wall round about, five hundred reeds long - van voalley echey slane mygeayrt, queig cheead cron er lhiurid Bible

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