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also (adv.) myrchaagh; myrgeddin: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, ta e vess myrgeddin feer vie. JJK idiom; neesht: Please send some also to my brother, who lives at the Union Mills - Cur paart gys my vraar neesht my sailt, t'eh baghey ec Mwyllin Doo-aah. JJK idiom; (emph.) neeshtagh; myr-chaagh

charming (adj.) druaightagh, obbee; pishagagh: It's a charming evening - She fastyr pishagagh t'ayn. JJK idiom; stoamey: What a fine river ! Its banks are so charming, its waters so limpid - Cre'n awin stoamey! Ta e brooinyn cha pishagagh, e hushtaghyn cha sullyr. JJK idiom; (n.) buitcheraght, druaightys, obbeeys

verdure (n.) eayney: I'm very fond of our orchard, its verdure is so beautiful, its shade so pleasant, its fruit is also excellent - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh, ta e eayney cha aalin, e scaa cha taitnyssagh, JJK idiom; geaynaght, geaynid, glasseraght, oorid

it's te: It's time to go to bed - Te traa goll thie. JJK idiom

banks (npl.) brooinyn: What a fine river ! Its banks are so charming, its waters so limpid - Cre'n awin stoamey! Ta e brooinyn cha pishagagh, e hushtaghyn cha sullyr. JJK idiom

chicken (n.) feill chirkey; eean: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom

It's good for nothing Chan 'eeagh eh veg

It's the truth (intj) N'irrin eh

it's true s'feer shen

New Zealand (n.) (Yn) Teelan Noa; (Y) Teelynn Noa; Noa Heelan; Zealand Noa: It's night in Mann, when its day in New Zealand - Ta oie ayns Mannin, tra ta laa ayns Zealand Noa. JJK idiom

down (n.) clooie: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom; branchlooie, clooie chayt, fynney; cloonagh; dreeym; dooagh; (adj.) neose: Down to recent times - Neose gys y traa t'ayn jiu. DF idiom; sheese: Down the river - Sheese yn awin. DF idiom; (static) heese: Her hair is down - Ta'n folt eck heese. DF idiom

my aym: I shall have done my exercise in less than ten minutes - Bee my roortys jeant aym ayns ny sloo na jeih minnidyn. JJK idiom; ayms: It's past four by my watch - Te lurg kiare liorish yn ooreyder ayms. JJK idiom; lhiam; lhiams: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; my: My dear brother - My vraar veen. JJK idiom

shade (v.) cur scaa da, cur scaa er, scaaghey; (n.) doorey; scaa: I'm very fond of our orchard; its verdure is so beautiful; its shade so pleasant - Shynney mooar lhiam nyn ooylagh; ta e eayney cha aalin; e scaa cha taitnyssagh JJK idiom; scaalinney

N'irrin eh (intj) It's the truth

Chan 'eeagh eh veg It's good for nothing

s'feer shen that's true, true, it's true

fact (n.) nhee: It's a fact - She nhee t'ayn. DF idiom

limpid (adj.) sullyr: Its waters so limpid - E hushtaghyn cha sullyr. DF idiom

pelting greddey: It's pelting rain - Ta'n fliaghey greddey roish. DF idiom

pour (v.) deayrt, deayrtey; teaymey: It's pouring - Te teaymey. JJK idiom; theaymey; teaum

pouring teaumey; teaymey: It's pouring - Te teaymey. JJK idiom

Shame (intj) Bastagh: It's a jolly shame - S'bastagh mooar eh. DF idiom

thundering1 (n.) taarnagh; taarnaghey: It's thundering - Te taarnaghey. JJK idiom

too difficult ro-ghoillee: It's too difficult - T'eh ro ghoillee. JJK idiom

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

echeysyn (emph.) his, its: as nee uss broo yn voyn echeysyn. Bible

ecksh her, its: ta ny cassanyn ecksh camlaagagh Bible; hers; at her

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

altogether (adv.) ooilley dy lieragh; ooilley-cooidjagh: It's off my beat altogether - T'eh ass my reir ooilley cooidjagh. DF idiom; trooid as trooid

arms (npl.) armyn, eillaghyn-caggee; roihaghyn: They tore the child out of its mother's arms - Raip ad y lhiannoo ass roihaghyn e voir. JJK idiom

bad weather (n.) drogh-emshir: We made bad weather - Haink drogh emshir orrin. DF idiom; emshir ghonney; emshir olk: It's bad weather - Ta emshir olk ayn. JJK idiom; drogh earish

base1 bun: Set square on its base - Soit corrym er y vun. DF idiom; (n.) balley, bink, bun-ynnyd, undin, moodjeen; (v.) gruntal, soieaghey er grunt; (adj.) moodjeenagh

blaze1 lossan; lossey: It's beginning to blaze - T'eh goaill toshiaght dy lossey. JJK idiom; lossyr; blaze; soilshean, flozan, floggan

blowing (v.) geayraghey, lheie, sheebey, sheidee; sheidey: It's blowing up for rain - T'eh sheidey seose fliaghey. DF idiom

broad (adj.) er lheead; lhean: It's rather broad - T'eh paart lhean. JJK idiom; lheanagh; liabagid

bust (n.) cleeau; sheeinaghyn, keeaghyn; jalloo, sthowran; (v.) brisht: It's bust - T'eh brisht. DF idiom

case (n.) askan, case; coodagh; cooish: It's a case for the doctor - She cooish da'n er lhee eh. DF idiom; kishtey: Vanity case - Kishtey aalid. DF idiom; sampleyr; (v.) cur ayns kishtaghyn, cur coodagh er

claws (npl.) ingnyn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

closing doonee: Closing time! - Traa doonee! DF idiom; jeigh; jerree; jerrey; jerrinagh; kione; dooney: It's a pity that the old family businesses are closing - S'bastagh dy vel ny shenn happyn lught thie dooney sheese. DF idiom

complement aachione; co-reggyrt; dooie: Stone of butter with its complement of cheese - Clagh eeymmey lesh e dooie dy chaashey. DF idiom; laad; lane-skimmee; lught

country (n.) cheer: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; thalloo

cow (n.) booa, bwoirrinagh, ollagh; (the); (y) vooa; wooa: It's not the cow that lows the most that gives the most milk - Cha nee yn wooa smoo eieys smoo vlieaunys. JJK idiom; (v.) cur smaght er

crab1 far-ymmyrt; partan: The crab which is always in its hole is never fat - Yn partan ta dy-kinjagh 'sy towl echey cha vel eh rieau roauyr. DF idiom

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

customs (npl.) cliaghtaghyn: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; oashyn

daylight (n.) keeiragh yn laa, soilshey yn laa, sollys yn laa; soilshey laa: It's daylight - Ta soilshey laa ayn. JJK idiom

difficult (adj.) condragh, creoi; doillee: It's a difficult undertaking, you won't succeed in it - Bee eh doillee diu dy ghoaill ayns laue, cha jig eh lhiu. JJK idiom; doccar, mooar, neuaashagh, noi-vreihagh, trome; (pref.) do-

drew (v.) hayrn: The cat drew in its claws - Hayrn yn kayt stiagh ny hingnyn echey. DF idiom

driving deiyragh; immanagh: Driving licence - Kiedoonys immanagh. DF idiom; sheebane; greddey: It's driving rain - Ta'n fliaghey greddey roish. DF idiom

each (adj., adv.) dagh: Each country has its own peculiar customs - Ta dagh cheer as e chliaghtaghyn er-lheh eck. JJK idiom; gagh

easier (adj.) assey: It's far easier here - T'eh foddey s'assey ayns shoh. DF idiom; sassey: Nothing's easier than that - Cha nel veg ny sassey na shen. JJK idiom; (ny) s'assey

eight hoght: It's past eight o'clock - Te lurg hoght er y chlag. JJK idiom

eleven (n., adj.) 'nane-jeig: His arrival was timed for eleven - V'eh son cheet ec nane jeig er y chlag. DF idiom; unnane-jeig: It's eleven o'clock at the latest - Te unnane-jeig er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmee. JJK idiom

evil (adj.) drogh; (n., adj.) olk: Every evil has its remedy - Ta olk as e chouyr echey. JJK idiom

excellent (adj.) feer vie: It's an excellent one - T'eh feer vie. JJK idiom; jeih-; mie er bashtal; mie erskyn insh; ree-vie; ard-ooasle

fake (v.) cur cummey foalsey er, foalsaghey; (pref.) far-: It's a fake - She far-skeeal eh. DF idiom; (n.) foalseyr

finest (comp./sup.) s'glenney; s'aaley: It's the finest garden I ever saw - T'eh yn garey s'aaley honnick mee rieau. JJK idiom

flakes (npl.) fillaghyn; floagyn: It's snowing in great flakes - Ta floagyn sniaghtee mooarey ayn. JJK idiom

fold (n.) bwoaillee: It's the worst sheep in the fold - T'ish y cheyrrey smessey 'sy woaillee. DF idiom; craplag, filley, lhagg; tuck; (v.) fill: Fold your hands - Fill dty laueyn. DF idiom

fox1 shynnagh: It's a poor fox that has but one hole - She shynnagh boght nagh vel ny smoo na un towl echey. JJK idiom; (n.) fynney shynnee, fer shliawin; (v.) molley; lhiggey, lhiggey er

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

frosty (adj.) feayr; eean y ghob jiarg mooie: It's frosty today - Ta eean y ghob jiarg mooie jiu. DF idiom; rioeeagh: Frosty weather - Emshir rioeeagh. DF idiom

grow (v.) aase: It's beginning to grow late - Te g'aase anmagh. JJK idiom; cuirr; mooadaghey

gusty (adj.) clabbinagh: It's very gusty to-day - Te feer chlabbinagh jiu. JJK idiom; rastagh

hatch aalagh; cooylley; grainney; guirr: Let every bird hatch its own eggs - Lhig da dy-chooilley ushag guirr e hoohyn hene. JJK idiom; hatch; clussaghey

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

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

I like s'aittin lhiam; s'mie lhiam; saillym; s'laik lhiam: It's the season I like the best - Te yn imbagh share s'laik lhiam. JJK idiom

impossible (n., adj.) neuyannooagh, neuchredjallagh; neu phossible; neuyantagh: It's impossible for me to learn my lesson - Te neuyantagh dou dy ynsagh my lessoon. JJK idiom; erskyn smaght

language (n.) chengey: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; glare: The Manx language - Yn ghlare Vanninagh. DF idiom

late1 anmagh: It's beginning to grow late - Te g'aase anmagh. JJK idiom; dy anmagh: I don't like going to bed late - Cha laik lhiam goll dy lhie dy-anmagh. JJK idiom; (adj., adv.) jeianagh; roud

later (ny) s'anmey; s'anmee: It's later than I thought - Te ny s'anmee na heill mee. JJK idiom; sanmagh

lesson (n.) lessoon: It's impossible for me to learn my lesson - Te neuyantagh dou dy ynsagh my lessoon. JJK idiom; (v.) ynsaghey lessoon da

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

locked glast: Wait a moment; it's locked - Fuirree shiu shallid; t'eh glast. JJK idiom; glast ry cheilley; kianglt

lustre (n.) gillid; skell; soilsheanys; sollyssid: This thing has lost all its lustre - Ta'n red shoh er choayl ooilley e hollysid. JJK idiom

mentioning (v.) imraa: It's not worth mentioning - Cha nel eh feeu gimraa. DF idiom

minutes (npl.) giare-hennaghys, imraaghyn-giarey, mynimmeeaghtyn; minnidyn: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom

moment1 (n.) thootch, thootchey, thurrick, tullagh, tullogh; shallid: Wait a moment; it's locked - Fuirree shiu shallid; t'eh glast. JJK idiom; frioose; scansh

moonlight (v.) jannoo daa staartey; (n.) rehollys: It's moonlight - Ta rehollys ayn. JJK idiom; soilshey ny heayst

mountain (n.) beinn; muyne; slieau: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom

natural (adj.) dooghyssagh: It's natural enough - T'eh dooghyssagh dy liooar. DF idiom; dooie, feie, najooragh

neighbours (npl.) naboonyn; nabooyn: The country is far behind its neighbours - Ta'n cheer foddey ergooyl e nabooyn. DF idiom

nest (n.) aal; edd: Every bird likes its own nest best - Share s'laik lesh dagh ushag e hedd hene. JJK idiom; straih; (v.) jannoo edd, troggal edd

novelty (n.) anoaysh, noaght, noaid, noanid, noays; red noa: It's a novelty to see you - Te red ennagh noa dy akin shiu. JJK idiom

No wonder (intj) Chan yrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

of butter (gen.) eemey; eemmey; eeymmey: Stone of butter with its complement of cheese - Clagh eeymmey lesh e dooie dy chaashey. DF idiom

place2 (n.) (spot) boayl: A place quite new to me - Boayl nagh vel enney erbee aym er. DF idiom; ynnyd: It's in place now - T'eh ayns ynnyd nish. DF idiom

pronunciation (n.) coraaghey; fockley magh: It's the pronunciation that puzzles me - She yn fockley-magh ta boirey mish. JJK idiom

quarter1 aird, kease, raiee, ynnyd; kerroo: It's about a quarter to two - Te mysh kerroo dys jees. JJK idiom; kierroo; (v.) cur ayns aaght, jannoo kerrooyn jeh

quite (adv.) dy bollagh; dy slane; ooilley-cooidjagh: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom

raining (v.) ceau: It's been raining very fast - Te er ve ceau feer chreoi. JJK idiom

remedy (v.) cur lheihys er, saasaghey; (n.) lheihys: Kill or cure remedy - Lheihys ver baase ny bea. DF idiom; couyr: Every evil has its remedy - Ta olk as e chouyr echey. JJK idiom; saase

salad (n.) glassan: Salad may have its admirers but I am not one of them - Foddee dy vel sleih ayn s'laik lhieu glassan, agh cha laik lhiam eh. JJK idiom; sallaid: Mixed salad - Sallaid meshtit. DF idiom

salted saillit; saillt: Do you think it's salted enough? - Vel shiu smooinaghtyn dy vel ee saillt dy-liooar? JJK idiom

season blaastey, cur jeih-vlass er, faagail, lhiasaghey; (n.) earish; imbagh: It's the season I like the best - Te yn imbagh share s'laik lhiam. JJK idiom

seasons (npl.) imbaghyn: It's the most pleasant of all the seasons - T'eh yn fer s'taitnysee jeh ooilley ny imbaghyn. JJK idiom

second best (yn) derrey share: It's a second best - Cha nel eh agh yn derrey share. DF idiom

spare brash; ford; fordrail; goan; keyl; lhiggey lesh; lhome; spaarail, sparail: You've no time to spare, for it's very late - Cha nel traa erbee eu dy spaarail, son te feer anmagh. JJK idiom; tayrnit

spire (n.) speek; speeikeen: The church lifted its spire to the skies - Ta speeikeen ny keeilley girree gys yn aer. DF idiom

striking bwoalley: It's just striking - T'eh bwoalley nish. JJK idiom; labbal; lhieggey; screebey

theirs (pron) an; lhieu, lhieusyn: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; nyn; oc

three (n.) three; tree: It's only three o'clock - Cha nel eh agh tree er y chlag. JJK idiom; troor

too little cooid veggan; ro veg; beggan: It's better to have too much than too little - Share rouyr na beggan ve ec fer. JJK idiom

tore (v.) raip: They tore the child out of its mother's arms - Raip ad y lhiannoo ass roihaghyn e voir. JJK idiom

two o'clock jees er y chlag: It's only just two o'clock - Cha nel eh agh jees er y chlag. JJK idiom

useful (adj.) lauee: He is useful with a paintbrush - T'eh lauee lesh skeaban peint. DF idiom; ymmydoil: It's a very useful language - T'eh ny chengey feer ymmydoil. JJK idiom; ymmydagh; shirveishagh; femoil; vondeishagh; saasagh

walk1 (n.) cosheeaght, immeeaght, walk; (v.) shooyl, shooyll: We can walk there - Fodmayd shooyl dys shen. JJK idiom; walkal: It's only half-an-hour's walk - Cha nel eh agh walkal lieh-oor. JJK idiom; (impv) immee, shooill, shooyl-jee

weather (n.) earish: The weather is like spring - Ta'n earish goll-rish yn arragh. JJK idiom; emshir: It's bad weather - Ta emshir olk ayn. JJK idiom; emshyr; (v.) ceau, cur fo

windy1 (adj.) aggle er: I feel windy - Ta aggle orrym. DF idiom; geayagh: It's very windy - Te feer gheayagh. JJK idiom; geayeeagh; rastagh

wonder gindys, yindys, yindyss; goaill yindys; nhyrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

yours ayds; lhiats, lhiat's: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; lhieuish; euish: My friend is yours too - Ta'n carrey ayms chammah euish. JJK idiom

e her, hers: hug ee keeagh da e mac, derrey v'eh charbait. Bible; his: nee'n marrooder chyndaa gys e ard-valley hene, as gys e hie hene Bible; its

eck (=Ir. aici) 1 at her, her, hers, its a: agh Sarah vees yn ennym eck. Bible; 2 have

te it is: veih dty laue te cheet, as te ooilley lhiat hene Bible; it's

can't cha vod; (interrog.) nagh nod; cha nod: You can't have it both ways - Cha nod oo goaill y sheh marish ny h-eairkanyn. DF idiom; nagh vod: It's a pity he can't come - S'doogh nagh vod eh cheet. JJK idiom

close1 breen: It's very close - T'eh feer vreen. JJK idiom; chion: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; dooint, dooney; close; dooin; doont; faggys da; gloo; jeigh; jerrey; kione; plooghit; tayrn cooidjagh; faggys

drying chirmaghey, sloateilys; chirmee: Good drying day - Laa mie chirmee. DF idiom; sloateil: It's drying now - T'eh sloateil nish. DF idiom; cheerey: She's drying my coat at the fire - T'ee cheerey y cooat aym ec yn aile. DF idiom

duty1 (n.) cair, curmal, jiootee, keesh, obbyr, tailley, feeaghyn; currym: She'll be happy, as long as she does her duty - Bee ee maynrey, choud's t'ee jannoo e currym. JJK idiom; curryms: It's my duty to show that to your father - She my churryms eh jeeaghyn shen da dt'ayr. JJK idiom

go up (v.) goll seose: As it's so fine, let us go up that mountain, hill to enjoy the grand view - Myr te cha aalin, lhig dooin goll seose y slieau shen, dy ghoaill soylley jeh'n shilley mooar. JJK idiom; yrjaghey

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

his (pron) da; echey, echeysyn: His father was a nobleman - She dooinney-ooasle va'n ayr echey. JJK idiom; e: His house is very fine inside - Ta e hie feer stoamey cheusthie. JJK idiom; lesh: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom

ill (adj., adv.) aslane, aslayntagh, doghanagh, doogh, lag, moal, sie; drogh: It's an ill wind that blows nobody good - She drogh gheay nagh sheid mie da pagh ennagh. JJK idiom; ching: She is dangerously ill - T'ee ching dy-danjeyragh. JJK idiom; olk: He speaks ill of nobody - Cha nel eh loayrt dy-olk mysh pagh erbee. JJK idiom

it (pron) eh: It's the most pleasant of all the seasons - T'eh yn fer s'taitnysee jeh ooilley ny imbaghyn. JJK idiom; (f.) ee: Bought wit is the best, if it be not bought too dear - Keeal chionnit yn keeal share, mannagh vel ee kionnit ro gheyr. JJK idiom

latest s'anmagh: At the very latest - Ec y chooid s'anmagh. DF idiom; s'anmee: It's eleven o'clock at the latest - Te unnane-jeig er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmee. JJK idiom; s'anmey: I'll come back at ten at the latest - Higym er ash ec jeih er y chlag ec y chooid s'anmey. DF idiom; s'jerree: Her latest born - Yn lhiannoo s'jerree t'eck. DF idiom; s'noa: The latest news - Yn naight s'noa. DF idiom; by yerree

least (yn) chooid sloo: It's half-past one at least - Te lieh oor lurg nane ec y chooid sloo. JJK idiom; loo; s'beg; sloo: I think he'll be able to do that, and even more, without the least difficulty - Er lhiam dy vod eh jannoo shen, as eer ny smoo, fegooish yn doilleeid sloo. JJK idiom; s'faase

left er chlee, er hostal; kiare; (v.) daag: He left it there last night - Daag eh ayns shen riyr. DF idiom; hreig: He left his wife - Hreig eh e ven. DF idiom; toshtal: The left-hand house - Yn thie toshtal. DF idiom; faagit: It's the only avenue left - She'n un vollagh ta faagit. DF idiom

like1 casley; lhied, lhied's; myr: Like a man possessed - Myr dooinney baanrit. DF idiom; ayns cummey; gollrish: The roads are like glass - Ta ny raaidjyn gollrish gless. JJK idiom; (v.) baill; saittin lesh; s'laik lesh: It's the season I like the best - Te yn imbagh share s'laik lhiam. JJK idiom

met veeit; (ny) whail: I met your brother at the back of the church - Haink mee ny whail dty vraar cooyl y cheeill. JJK idiom; (y) quail: The lady whom I met inquired after you - Yn ven-seyr haink mee ny quail, denee ee my dty chione. JJK idiom; (nyn) guail: It's quite an age since we met last - Cha nel shin er jeet nyn guail rish foddey. JJK idiom

milk (n.) bainney: Have the girls had any milk? - Vel bainney erbee er ve ec ny neenyn? JJK idiom; (v.) blieauin: It's not the cow that lows the most that gives the most milk - Cha nee yn wooa smoo eieys smoo vlieaunys. JJK idiom

mine lhiams, lhiam's: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom; (n.) meain; meainagh; slogh; (v.) toghailt; ayms: Mine doesn't keep good time - Cha nel yn fer ayms cummal traa mie. JJK idiom; my

order ayns shayll, order, reaghey; cur ayns oardagh, cur sarey da, gra, oardaghey; dy lieragh; foaynoo; oardagh: It's out of order - Cha nel eh ayns oardagh. JJK idiom; oardrailys: Pecking order - Ordrailys spulgee. DF idiom; oardreilys; oardyr, ordyr; reajid; reajys; reill; reir; reirey; rere; rick; sarey; goardrail; oardee

ours (pron) ain: That son of ours - Yn mac shen ain. DF idiom; dooin: Friend of ours - Carrey dooin. DF idiom; lhien: It's ours - Lhien eh. DF idiom; lhiens: What is ours is yours - Ny ta lhiens t'eh lhieuish. DF idiom; nyn: Your country and ours - Nyn jeer as nyn jeers. DF idiom; (emph.) ain hene; ainyn: My uncle's carriage is more convenient than ours - Ta fainagh my naim ny s'cooiey na'n fer ainyn. JJK idiom

out ass: Out of the frying pan into the fire - Ass y phanney ayns yn aile. JJK idiom; magh: I shall go out before he comes back - He'm magh my jig eh er-ash. JJK idiom; mooie: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom

rest aash: Change of work is rest - Caghlaa obbyr aash. JJK idiom; aashagh: It's at rest now - T'eh aashagh nish. DF idiom; cagh elley; (yn) chooid elley; cur aash da; fea: She is at rest now - T'ee ec fea nish. DF idiom; fieau: Let's rest here a while - Lhig dooin fieau ayns shoh rish tammylt. DF idiom; goaill fea, jannoo fea; scuirr: The waves never rest - Cha nel ny tonnyn rieau scuirr. DF idiom; taggey; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn

sign1 cowraghey; cowreydagh; monney: That's a sure sign - Ta shen monney shickyr. DF idiom; cowrey: They say it's a sign of fine weather, in the morning - Ta feallagh gra dy nee cowrey emshir aalin eh, ayns y voghrey. JJK idiom

since er-dy, er dyn, er-dyn: I haven't seen our friend since last spring - Cha nel mee er n'akin yn carrey ain er dyn arragh s'jerree. JJK idiom; neayr, neayr's: It's a fortnight since I saw you last - She kegeesh neayr's honnick mee oo. JJK idiom

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