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jeelt (f.) saddle, seat: Cur jeelt er yn assyl dou dy varkiagh Bible


Inexact matches:

cass jeelt (f.) saddlepin

gyn jeelt bareback

jeelt eairkagh (f.) horned saddle

jeelt ferrish (f.) Dryad's saddle

jeelt lhiattagh (f.) sidesaddle

jeelt ven (f.) woman's saddle, sidesaddle

kione jeelt pommel

Cooyrt Balley Jeelt Saddle Mews

cur ass y jeelt unhorse, unsaddle

cur jeelt noa er resaddle

gow yn jeelt jeh (impv) unsaddle

jeelt ny ferrishyn (f.) Dryad's saddle

sthock ny jeelt saddle-pillar

Dryad's saddle (n.) jeelt ferrish, jeelt ny ferrishyn

sidesaddle (n.) jeelt lhiattagh, jeelt ven

unsaddle (v.) cur ass y jeelt, gow yn jeelt jeh

bareback (adj.) dreeym-rooisht; (adv.) gyn jeelt

horned saddle (n.) jeelt eairkagh

saddle dreeym; jeelt: Come and see the horse, for the saddle of which I paid two guineas - Trooid as jeeagh y cabbyl son y jeelt echeysyn d'eeck mee daa phunt. JJK idiom; jeeltagh; jeeltal; jeeltey

saddle-pillar (n.) sthock ny jeelt

saddlepin (n.) cass jeelt

woman's saddle (m.) jeelt ven

pommel (n.) boogh, kione jeelt, ooyl

resaddle (v.) cur jeelt noa er

Saddle Mews (n.) Cooyrt Balley Jeelt

jeelt-drommagh (f.) saddle-backed

saddle-backed jeeigit 'sy ghreeym; jeelt-drommagh; moal-drommagh

unhorse (v.) cur ass y jeelt, lhieggey jeh cabbyl

seat1 (n.) aashag, jeelt, lhiabbee, stoyl, thoyn; soiag: She offered me a seat in her carriage - D'arr ee dou soiag ayns e carriads. JJK idiom; soieag; ynnyd-soie; (v.) soiaghey

fer-obbree labourer: cre voish oddins geddyn argid dy liooar dy chionnaghey garran, jeelt as reddyn elley ass faill moal ec fer-obbree gollrhym-pene, my wooinney boght? Dhoor

gholl quail (dy); (to) meet: Cur jeelt er yn assyl dou dy varkiagh, dy gholl quail y ree, Bible

gollrhym-pene like mee: cre voish oddins geddyn argid dy liooar dy chionnaghey garran, jeelt as reddyn elley ass faill moal ec fer-obbree gollrhym-pene, my wooinney boght? Dhoor

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