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jaagh (=Ir. deatach, Sc.G. deathach) (f.) fumes, reek, smoke: ass nyn meeal haink aile, as jaagh Bible [O.Ir. ]


Inexact matches:

bayrn jaagh smoke helmet

bleaystan jaagh smoke shell

brat jaagh (f.) smokescreen

ceau jaagh reek

cur jaagh (=Ir. deothach) smoke, smoking

eeder jaagh smoke consumer

feddan jaagh flue, flue pipe

gyn jaagh non-smoking, smokeless

leodaghey jaagh smoke abatement

pussal jaagh puffing smoke

thie jaagh smoke house

towl jaagh flue

as jaagh cheet jeh smoking

cryss gyn jaagh (f.) smokeless zone

cur magh jaagh smoke-producing

flue (n.) beeal, feddan jaagh, towl jaagh

reek (v.) ceau jaagh; (n.) jaagh, torcan

smoking as jaagh cheet jeh; cur jaagh: The chimney is smoking - Ta'n chimlee cur jaagh. DF idiom; jaaghagh; jaaghey; thombaacey; toghtaney: I am smoking again - Ta mee toghtaney reesht. DF idiom

smoke cur jaagh, jaaghey; toghtaney: He likes to smoke a clay pipe - S'laik lesh toghtaney poib-craie. JJK idiom; toght; toghan: He enjoys a good smoke - T'eh goaill soylley jeh toghtan mie. JJK idiom; jaagh: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom

flue pipe (n.) feddan jaagh

fumes (npl.) jaagh, plooghane

non-smoking gyn jaagh

puffing smoke pussal jaagh

smoke abatement leodaghey jaagh

smoke consumer (n.) eeder jaagh

smoke helmet (n.) bayrn jaagh

smoke house (n.) thie jaagh

smokeless (adj.) gyn jaagh

smoke-producing (v.) cur magh jaagh

smokescreen (n.) brat jaagh

smoke shell (n.) bleaystan jaagh

breinnagh smelly person; smelly: V'ee cliaghtey goaill jaagh jannoo ymmyd jeh thombaghey breinnagh ennagh veih'n Rank as va'n jaagh cha chiu as nagh row mee abyl tayrn ennal ny keayrtyn. Dhoor

cheerey inland, rural; (gen.) of the country, land: hrog jaagh ny cheerey seose, myr jaagh coirrey. Bible; parch, sun-dry, torrefy; (by heat) air: Cheerey eaddeeyn cooil chiollee. DF; drying

tayrn ennal (=Ir. tarraing anàla) breathe, breathing, respiration, respire: V'ee cliaghtey goaill jaagh jannoo ymmyd jeh thombaghey breinnagh ennagh veih'n Rank as va'n jaagh cha chiu as nagh row mee abyl tayrn ennal ny keayrtyn. Dhoor; gasp

smokeless zone (n.) cryss gyn jaagh

jaagh-chay (f.) smog

smog (n.) jaagh-chay, kay phlooghee, kay vooghee

zone (n.) cryss: Smokeless zone - Cryss gyn jaagh. DF idiom; cryss-voidyn; cryss-ghreiney

guinney needle, pain, sting, wound, wounding: Jaagh ta guinney ny sooillyn. DF; (of pain) shoot

shymlit drooped, perished: Son ta mee shymlit myr crackan ayns y jaagh Bible

blacken (v.) dooaghey: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom; dooghey

ceiling1 (n.) ceelyn; farvoalley: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom; sar-vullagh; mullagh-shamyr

for ever and ever son dy bragh as dy bragh: And her smoke rose up for ever and ever - as hrog yn jaagh eck seose son dy bragh as dy bragh bible

forth (adv.) magh: The house belched forth smoke - Ren y thie deayrtey magh jaagh. DF idiom

aascreeu copy, rewrite, transcribe: Ta'n possan gra dy vel feme er aascreeu yn billey ry hoi un dean: coadey sleih veih jaagh aalaue. BS

asslayntagh bad health, diseased, infirm, invalid, sick, sick person: nagh bee yn jaagh ta cheet voish dy foandagh losht ny stroit, ny my nee eh cur rish keird ny obbyr erbee nee jannoo soar brein ny asslayntagh Coraa

binjean (f.) See pinjean curd, curdled milk, junket, yoghurt: shoh yn Kaart-Bee: Sollaghyn; Arran Curnaght; Arran Corkey; Arran Praase; Arran Oarn; Caashey; Bonnag dy Churranyn; Berreen Rass; Smuir Smeyragh; Binjean; Cooish as Jaagh. Dhoor; eelwrack root

chymlee (f.) (pl -yn) chimney: myr y druight moghey, ta lheïe ersooyl, myr y coau ta eebrit lesh y gheay-chassee jeh'n laare-vooie, as myr y jaagh ass y chymlee. Bible

derrey raad nyn raad elley (yn) this way or that way: hie jaagh yn ard-valley seosesyn aer, as hie nyn dappee voue dy chosney roue, yn derrey raad nyn raad elley Bible

poodyryn powders: Quoi eh shoh ta cheet seose ass yn aasagh, goll-rish pillaryn jaagh, as marish bree dy hoar millish myrrh as frankincense, lesh ooilley poodyryn spiceit y varchan. Bible

raad elley elsewhere: hie jaagh yn ard-valley seose 'syn aer, as hie nyn dappee voue dy chosney roue, yn derrey raad n'yn raad elley Bible

sollaghyn (f.) brewis, crowdie: Gow ee toshiaght lesh lhongey beg as va shoh yn Kaart-Bee: Sollaghyn; Arran Curnaght; Arran Corkey; Arran Praase; Arran Oarn; Caashey; Bonnag dy Churranyn; Berreen Rass; Smuir Smeyragh; Binjean; Cooish as Jaagh. Dhoor

stroan (f.) pl. stroanyn See stroin nostril: Ass ny stroanyn echey ta jaagh goll magh Bible

stroialtagh pl. stroialtee big spender, prodigal, spendthrift; wasteful; (adj.) destructive, devouring: Hie jaagh seose veih e enish, as aile stroialtagh voish e eddin Bible; fatal

torcan (f.) reek, stench, stifling cloud of smoke, stink, strong smell: as er y thalloo, fuill, as aile, as torcan jaagh. Bible

shall mount up etlee: they shall mount up with wings as eagles - etlee ad seose myr er skianyn urley Bible; troggee: they shall mount up like the lifting up of smoke. - troggee ad seose myr y jaagh-chassee neealloo yn aer Bible

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