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jig1 daunsey purt; (n.) jeerag; jiggyr; purt; skibbylt; skibbyltey; skibbyltagh

jig2 (v.) (to); (dy) chlistey: To jig up and down - Dy clistey neese sheese. DF idiom; (dy) vaical: To jig a fishing rod - Dy vaical slat eeastee. DF idiom

jig (interrog.) shall come: Jig eh er-ash? Bible


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cha jig shall not come: Cha jig ree Vabylon nyn, ny noi yn cheer shoh? Bible

Ny Jig Stiagh (impv) No Entry

shall come2 (interrog.) jig: Shall Christ come out of Galilee? - Jig Creest ass Galilee? Bible

shall not come cha jig: he shall not come within the camp - cha jig eh er cheu-sthie jehn champ Bible

daunsey purt jig

jeerag (f.) jig

jiggyr jig, jigger

vaical (dy); (to) jig

jig-saw (n.) cront-bleihghyn

No Entry (impv) Ny Jig Stiagh

cront-bleihghyn jig-saw

chlistey (dy); (to) jig: Dy chlistey neese sheese. DF

ere (conj.) roish my: Ere he comes - Roish my jig eh. DF idiom

doghys expectancy, expectation, hope: Ta doghys as jerkallys aym dy jig oo. DF

eggaghyn webs: Cha jig ny eggaghyn oc dy ve garmadyn Bible

gimraa mention: cha jig lhien gimraa er ennym y Chiarn. Bible

lhienyn (emph.) with us: foddey smoo cha jig eh lhienyn Bible

lhome-lauee empty-handed: cha jig unnane erbee kiongoyrt rhym's lhome-lauee Bible

naunt (=Ir. aintín) (f.) aunt: cha jig uss er-gerrey da'n ven echey: dty naunt ee. Bible

olley (gen.) of wool: cha jig eaddagh olley erbee orroo Bible; woollen, woolly

scapailtagh escaper: Dy jig scapailtagh hood's er y laa shen Bible

come near (v.) cheet faare: He will not come near you - Cha jig eh d'aare. DF 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-

drawing room (n.) ardchamyr: Will you, please, come into the drawing-room, where they are at present? - Jig shiu stiagh ayns yn ardchamyr, my sailliu, raad t'ad ec y traa t'ayn. JJK idiom; cuillee; shamyr soie

fishing rod1 (n.) slat eeastee: To jig a fishing rod - Dy vaical slat eeastee. DF idiom

for my part er my hons: For my part, I don't think he'll succeed, in spite of all his endeavours - Er my hons, cha nel mee credjal dy jig reddyn lesh, dyn wooise da ooilley e eabyn. JJK idiom

I shall go hem: I shall go out before he comes back - He'm magh my jig eh er-ash. JJK idiom

lest (conj.) er aggle: Lest he come - Er aggle dy jig eh. DF idiom

oppressor (n.) chenjagh; tranlaasagh: and no oppressor shall pass through them any more - as cha jig tranlaasagh erbee ny-hrooid oc arragh Bible

prosper (v.) aigh, bishaghey, cheet er y hoshiaght, cur er y hoshiaght, cur rah er, goll er y hoshiaght, rahghey, speeideil, bishee; cheet lesh: That won't prosper for you - Cha jig shen lhiat. DF idiom

through them nyn drooid; ny-hrooid oc: no oppressor shall pass through them any more - cha jig tranlaasagh erbee ny-hrooid oc arragh Bible

Abbyr-jee Say ye: Abbyr-jee rish y dooinney ynrick, Dy jig eshyn jeh dy mie ; son nee ad soylley y ghoaill jeh mess nyn yannoo. Bible

aggle (=Ir. eagla) awe, dread, fear, fright, timidity: son ta mee goaill aggle roish, dy jig eh as dy stroie eh mish Bible; scare

anchreestee anti-Christian, heathen, infidel, unchristian: myr ta shiu er chlashtyn dy jig yn anchreestee, dy jarroo nish ta ymmodee anchreesteenyn ayn Bible

ard-whuaiyl council: quoi erbee jir rish e vraar, Raca: dy jig eh fo briwnys yn ard-whuaiyl Bible

atchimagh abashed, astonished, awesome, awful, shocking, terrible, tremendous: roish my jig laa mooar as atchimagh y Chiarn Bible; horrid

berree will overtake: dy reayll dy tastagh ooilley e oardaghyn, as e lattyssyn ta mish dy harey dhyt jiu; dy jig ooilley ny mollaghtyn shoh ort, as berree ad ort. Bible

caardys allied to, blood relationship, friendship, genealogy, kin, kinship, pedigree, wood sanicle: Cha jig fer erbee eu er-gerrey jeeish ta faggys caardys da, dy phoosey ee Bible

caghlaaee alternative, changeable, changing, volatile: cha nel thieyn goll er aa-yeshaghey roish my jig tannyssyn noa stiagh, as ta shen giarrey sheese y traa-caghlaaee. BS

Catreeney (f.) Catherine, Katherine: Hig Catreeney MacPhee gys yn 'eailley, voish Nalbin, as foddee dy jig arraneyderyn voish Nerin neesht. Dhoor

chioee never, nevermore; (of future) ever, evermore: myr t'ou speeideilagh foddee nagh jig yn noid as ooilley e h'olk dys ny buill elley chioee as bee ad foast er-mayrn, as foddee oo goaill soylley jeu er son dy bragh. Carn

clea (f.) 1 roof, roofing a: Cha jig-yms fo clea my hie Bible; 2 palate; 3 pl. cleinyn harrow; 4 concealment

creckeyder salesman, seller, vendor: cha jig yn creckeyder stiagh reesht er shen t'eh er chreck Bible

drogh choamrey vile raiment: as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey Bible

drogh-ourys (=Ir. droch amhras) (pl -syn) 1 apprehension, misgiving; 2 (f.) qualm; 3 evil thought a: dy jig smooinaghtyn ayns dty aigney, as gowee oo drogh ourys Bible

dy jarroo nish even now: myr ta shiu er chlashtyn dy jig yn anchreestee, dy jarroo nish ta ymmodee anchreesteenyn ayn Bible

faggys caardys da near of kin: Cha jig fer erbee eu er-gerrey jeeish ta faggys caardys da, dy phoosey ee Bible

fainey airh (f.) gold ring: Son my ta cheet stiagh 'sy whaiyl eu dooinney lesh fainey airh, ayns coamrey seyr, as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey Bible

faresyn (ny) nigh him: erson sho, ni gygh anayn ta kraui y phaidjer y ianu huyds ayns ierish nar 'odyst ou ve er dy geathin : agh ayns tuiliaghyn muar uysky gha jig ayd na fayrsyn. Psalm1610

gyn ynsagh 1 (person) lowbred; 2 uncultured, uneducated, unlearned, unlettered, unread, unscholarly, unschooled: a: Agh my ta ooilley phadeyrys, as dy jig stiagh fer nagh vel credjal, ny gyn ynsagh, teh coyrlit lieriu ooilley Bible

imneaghyn cares: Dooyrt eh nagh beagh briwnys jeant er y chooish shoh roish my jig ooilley ny keishtaghanyn chellinsh Vannin er ash dasyn agh v'eh goaill tastey jeh my imneaghyn er y chooish shoh. Dhoor

jerkallys expectancy, expectation, hope, optimism, trust: Ta doghys as jerkallys aym dy jig oo. DF

kiellit hidden: nhee erbee kiellit, nagh bee fys er, as nagh jig magh. Bible

leodit depleted, derogated, diminished, disliked, disrespected, reduced: Ta Oik Sthie yn Reeriaght Unnaneyssit er ninsh da Reiltys Vannin nagh jig gaue ass prowal shligganyn as uraanium leodit ayndoo faggys da Mannin. BS

lhiantee fans: Ta'n Stiureyder-Reirey Hamish Ross jerkal dy jig thousaneyn dy lhiantee dys yn Ellan son y feailley-kegeesh vees ayn, ga dy vel ny ratçhyn hene scryssit. BS

lhien (=Ir. linn) ours, with us: jig y jurnah ta shin dy ghoaill dy mie lhien Bible

livrey-yms I will deliver: Agh livrey-yms oo ayns y laa shen, ta'n Chiarn dy ghra, as cha jig oo fo yn phooar ocsyn t'ou ayns aggle roue. Bible

magh ass shen out of it: Nagh jig oo magh ass shen, derrey tou er neeck yn farling sjerree Bible

mainshtyryn chiefs, lords, masters, rulers, taskmasters: Cren-fa ta my phobble gra, Ta shin nyn mainshtyryn hene; cha jig mayd ny-sodjey hoods? Bible

mâroo with them: cha jig adsyn er-gerrey, chamoo hig y pobble seose mâroo. Bible

mârym with me: As dooyrt mee rish my vainshtyr, Foddee nagh jig y ven mârym Bible

peccagh marroo dead person: cha jig ad coayr corp peccagh marroo erbee dy ve anchasherick Bible

phoosey (dy); (to) marry: Cha jig fer erbee eu er-gerrey jeeish ta faggys caardys da, dy phoosey ee Bible

purt (=Ir. port) (f.) pl. puirt, purtyn harbour, jig, port, seaport, station: Nee Zebulun cummal ec purt ny marrey; as bee eh son purt lhuingey Bible; creek; (in street) island

red smessey worse, worst: ny jean peccah ny smoo, er-aggle dy jig red smessey ort. Bible

ro hionn overtight, too tight: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er, chamoo hroggys oo thack jeh. Bible

scryssit cancelled, peeled, scraped, scratched: Ta'n Stiureyder-Reirey Hamish Ross jerkal dy jig thousaneyn dy lhiantee dys yn Ellan son y feailley-kegeesh vees ayn, ga dy vel ny ratçhyn hene scryssit. BS

skibbylt 1 acrobatic, agile, bouncing, jig, light-footed, nimble, skip, vivacious a: va Asahel coshee cha skibbylt as feeaih 'sy vagher. Bible; 2 (as person) active

skibbyltagh (=Ir. sciobalta) pl. skibbyltee acrobat, nimble person: As er-y-chooyl hig adsyn, myr feeaih skibbyltagh, Dty cholb' y lhieeney lane, cheu-harryds lheimyragh. Coraa; jig, jigging

skibbyltee acrobats; tourists: T'ad treishteil dy jig Manninee as skibbyltee gys y thie shoh. BS

skibbyltey jig: Markiagh er garmin fidderagh Ny skibbyltey na feeaih, As ayns dagh thie v'ad giu yn jough Gys v'ad er niu ny saie. Dhoor

thack usury: cha jig oo ro hionn er, chamoo hroggys oo thack jeh Bible

traa liauyr long-term: yn cubbyl dooie shoh ayns y theihll noa jeant veagh myr unnane fo Jee, ny ard-sharvaant; jeh shoh ayns traa liauyr dy jig ashoon mooar, faggys corrym rish ainleyn hene ayns gloy PC

tuittym rish redound: Nee thousane tuittym rish dty lhiattee, as jeih thousaneyn ec dty laue yesh: agh cha jig eh dt'aare. Bible

veih'n vrein congenital; from the womb: nee oo giennaghtyn, as mac y ymmyrkey; as cha jig razor er e chione: son bee'n lhiannoo Nazarite gys Jee veih'n vrein Bible

veih yn neear from the west: As ta mee gra riu, dy jig ymmodee veih yn niar as veih yn neear Bible

vlein shoh cheet (f.) (yn) next year: S'treisht lhiam dy jig ad er-ash er y vlein shoh cheet. Carn

ymmydyn uses: cha jig oo harrish ayrn erbee jee agh gys ymmydyn creeney as crauee CS

hypocrite (n.) crauee-oalsey: for an hypocrite shall not come before him - son cha jig yn crauee-oalsey ny enish Bible; fer crauee foalsey: That the hypocrite reign not - Nagh lhisagh yn er-crauee-oalsey reill Bible; foalserey; kialgeyr: For what is the hope of the hypocrite - Son cre ta treishteil yn chialgeyr Bible; fer foalsey; hipikrat; molteyr: and the innocent shall stir up himself against the hypocrite - as ver yn dooinney ynrick eddin dan molteyr Bible

lords (npl.) chiarnyn: as there be gods many, and lords many - myr ta jeeghyn ymmodee, as chiarnyn ymmodee Bible; mainshtyryn: We are lords; we will come no more unto thee? - Ta shin nyn mainshtyryn hene; cha jig mayd ny-sodjey hoods? Bible

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

sceptre (n.) lorg: For the sceptre of the ungodly shall not abide upon the lot of the righteous - Son cha jig lorg ny mee-chrauee er cronney yn vooinjer chairal Bible; lorg niart; lorg reeoil: So Esther drew near, and touched the top of the sceptre - myr shen hayrn Esther er gerrey, as venn ee rish kione y lorgreeoil Bible; lorg reill: The sceptre shall not depart from Judah - Cha jean y lorg-reill failleil veih Judah Bible

vengeance (n.) buill, drogh-chooilleen; cooilleen: I will plead thy cause, and take vengeance for thee - goyms seose dty chooish, as trog-yms cooilleen er dty hon Bible; kerragh; kerraghey: vengeance shall be taken on him - bee kerraghey shiaght filley er ny ghoaill er sevenfold Bible; kerraghey dowil: suffering the vengeance of eternal fire - surranse kerraghey dowil yn aile dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; cooilleeney: I will take vengeance, and I will not meet thee as a man - goyms cooilleeney, as cha jig-ym dty whail myr dooinney Bible; lhiasaghey: for it is the vengeance of the Lord - son shoh lhiasaghey yn Chiarn Bible

vile1 (adj.) drogh: and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment - as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey; Bible; dwoaieagh; dwoaiagh: then thy brother should seem vile unto - dy bee dty vraar eisht dwoaiagh ayns dty hilley Bible; fardailagh; melley; neu-chooie: For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections - Er-yn-oyr shoh livrey Jee ad seose gys yeearreeyn neu-chooie Bible; feohdagh: but unto this man do not so vile a thing - agh rish yn dooinney shoh, ny jean-jee lheid y peccah feohdagh Bible; mollaghtagh: er-yn-oyr dy ren e vec ad-hene mollaghtagh - because his sons made themselves vile Bible; marvaanagh: Who shall change our vile body - Nee caghlaa yn corp marvaanagh ain; (n.) moodjeen: The vile person shall be no more called liberal - Cha bee yn mooidjeen ny smoo enmyssit feoilt Bible

boghtynid (f.) jargon, nonsense; need, poverty, want: hig y meshtyllagh, as y glutterey gys boghtynid Bible; penury: Ayns dy chooilley laboraght ta vondeish: agh cha vel agh boghtynid ayns taggloo ny meillyn. Bible; spareness; nakedness: As dooyrt eh roo, Cha nee, agh dy akin boghtynid y cheer ta shiu er jeet. Bible; poor, shabbiness: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er Bible; poorness

coayr 1 near a: cha jig ad coayr corp peccagh marroo erbee Bible; 2 odd: nee oo cur yn argid, lesh t'ou feaysley yn earroo coayr Bible; 3 bittern a: Agh nee yn cormorant, as y choayr cummal ayn, yn hullad myrgeddin; as y feeagh goaill ayn Bible

lesh kied under licence, with permission: Son cha jig-ym dy yeeaghyn shiu nish er my yurnah, agh ta mee treishteil dy vaarail tammylt dy hraa mêriu, lesh kied y Chiarn. Bible

traa giare short time: Agh ta mee treishteil ayns y Chiarn, dy jig-yms mee hene myrgeddin ayns traa giare. Bible

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