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keim sheese (f.) degradation, demotion: Hug eh keim sheese ny ghaa eh. DF; take down

keim (=Ir. céim) (f.) 1 COMPARE keym amble, caste, degree, of high rank, pace, phase, pitch, position, shortcut, stage, standard, station, step, stile; 2 (academic) degree; 3 grade a: Tra v'ad briaght jeh kiare feed scollagyn ayns yn cheyoo keim, cha row agh shey jeu smooinaghtyn er g'obbragh myr fir-ynsee kyndagh rish drogh 'aill, drogh cheimmeeaght as drogh staydyn-obbyr. Carn; 4 (of speech) register; 5 peg

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ardjaghey keim brevet

ardjid keim seniority

geddyn keim graduate, graduation

keim choshey (f.) foot pace, footstep

keim Chreest (f.) century

keim er-ash (f.) backward step

keim er-oi (f.) advance

keim ghuic (f.) dukedom

keim hyndaaee (f.) turnstile

keim Kel (f.) Celsius

keim lhiettalagh (f.) proficiency bar

keim ruillickey church stile

keim s'ardjey (f.) promotion

keim s'inshley (f.) minimum

keim sloo (f.) minimum

keim veayn (f.) substantive rank

keim vingagh (f.) committee stage

keim vree energy level

cur keim sheese demote

er keim hooyl at a walking pace

goll ass keim break step

keim er cheim step by step

keim er stowal er cap

keim ny cruinney (f.) longitude

keim ny hoie (f.) nightfall

Keim ny Meayn Mine Path

keim 'sy theihll (f.) estate

keim y ghoaill (to) take a degree

amble (n.) keim: If there is an amble in the mare it will be in the colt - My ta keim sy laair bee keim sy lhiy. JJK idiom; (v.) keimeragh; mynneragh

degree1 (n.) keim: Take a degree - Keim y ghoaill. DF idiom; stayd

minimum (n.) cooid sloo; keim s'inshley, keim sloo; towse sloo; (adj.) inshley, loo

brevet (n., v.) ardjaghey keim

caste (n.) keim

Celsius (n.) keim Kel, Kelshyssagh

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

colt (n.) lhiy: If there is an amble in the mare it will be in the colt - My ta keim sy laair bee keim sy lhiy. JJK idiom

committee stage (n.) keim vingagh

degree2 (n.) (academic) keim

demotion (n.) injillaghey; keim sheese

dukedom (n.) diucdaght, keim ghuic

energy level (n.) keim vree

foot pace (n.) keim choshey

graduation (n.) geddyn keim, rheynn

mare (n.) laair: If there is an amble in the mare it will be in the colt - My ta keim sy laair bee keim sy lhiy. JJK idiom

of high rank keim

pace bieauid: Gather pace - Bieauid y hroggal. DF idiom; colheimyragh; keim: At a walking pace - Er keim hooyl. DF idiom; keimyragh; kesmad; lurgey; (v.) giarrey y vieauid da, kesmadey, shooyl; coskeim

peg cass; dhull; kibbin; ogher; pinn; pinney; sheaym; keim: He took him down a peg or two - Hug eh keim sheese ny ghaa eh. DF idiom

proficiency bar (n.) keim lhiettalagh

register2 (n.) (of speech) keim

step1 (n.) agg, aggad, caskeim, keimeragh, kesmad; keim: That is a step forward - Ta shen keim er oaie. DF idiom; (v.) goaill kesmad

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

substantive rank (n.) keim veayn

faaishnaghey conjure, forebode, forecast, foretell, predict: As t'eh faaishnaghey dy bee eh doillee dy chur y billey trooid keim ny h-oltyn - ta ymmodee seshoonyn ceaut hannah cur eh trooid keim y nah lhaihys. BS

break step (v.) goll ass keim

century (n.) eash, keead, keim Chreest

clauses stage keim-oltyn

degradation (n.) crimmey, injillaghey, keim sheese

demote (v.) cur keim sheese; injillaghey

level co-ard rish; cormaghey, cur er corrym rish, jannoo rea, jeeraghey, lhieggal, lhiggey; corrym: The level of the water - Corrym yn ushtey. DF idiom; gob er gob rish; kiart; laare; leval; rea: Speed on the level - Bieauid er yn rea. DF idiom; keim: I wouldn't descend to his level - Cha jinnin cur mee hene er yn un keim as eshyn. DF idiom

longitude (n.) dowan-liurid, keim ny cruinney

Mine Path (n.) Keim ny Meayn

seniority (n.) ardjid keim, eash, shenndeeaght

shortcut (n.) cassan er lheh, keim

turnstile (n.) giat cassee, keim hyndaaee

keim-hoshee (f.) initiative

keim-oltyn (f.) clauses stage

at a walking pace er keim hooyl

backward step (n.) cooyl-cheim, keim er-ash, kesmad er-ash

footstep (n.) keim choshey, kesmad, kesmad coshey

grade (n.) sorçh, sorch; keim; (v.) sorchal, sorçhal

graduate keimagh; keimee; rheynn; (v.) geddyn keim

initiative1 bree, cheim hoshee; keim-hoshee, ventyrys

phase1 keim, paase, caghlaa ny heayst, croo

promotion (n.) ardjaghey, cur er toshiaght, keim s'ardjey, moylley

step by step (adj., adv.) keim er cheim

take a degree (to) keim y ghoaill

take down1 (v.) goaill neose; (n.) keim sheese

nightfall (n.) beeal ny hoie, keeiragh, keeiraghey ny hoie, keeiraght, keim ny hoie

ruillickey (gen.) of a churchyard: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

above them er-nyn-skyn: He's a cut above them - T'eh keim er nyn skyn. DF idiom It was above them - V'eh er-nyn-skyn DF idiom It was above them - V'eh erskyn oc. DF idiom

advance1 (v.) bieaughey; cheet my laue; gleashaghey; gleashaght er-oi; immeeaght er-oi; keim er-oi; trooid; (n.) eeasaght

cap (n.) baare, cap, capeen, farkyl; edd: Take off thy cap - Gow jeed dty edd. JJK idiom; bayrn: He won his cap - Hooar eh e vayrn. DF idiom; (v.) crooiney, cur bayrn er, keim er stowal er

estate1 (n.) keim 'sy theihll; stayd: I came into possession of the estate - Haink yn stayd dy ve aym. DF idiom

How many (interrog.) Cre whilleen; C'woad; C'wooad; Quoid: How many degrees of frost? - Quoid keim dy rio? JJK idiom

pitch ardjaghey, keim; ardjey; croghey jeh aah; cur pick er, cur seose; faaie, pick; pickey; soiaghey; thummey; tilgey; ynnyd, boayl

stage (n.) ardan: To be on the stage - Dy ve er yn ardan. DF idiom; keim; laaragh; skallan; stad; ynnyd; (v.) cur er ardan, cur er bun

station keim; purt; soiaghey; stad; stashoon: To pass a station without stopping - Dy roie trooid stashoon gyn scuirr. DF idiom; sthollal; ynnyd

faarkee of bathing; large wave: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

fo neunhee below zero: V'eh feer feayr er yn oie, mysh jeih keim fo neunhee as cha row shamyr lhiabbagh ry-akin. GK

tempreilys (of air) temperature: She jeih keim va'n tempreilys laaoil meanagh sy vee - mysh lieh-cheim ny s'inshley na'n mean harrish traa foddey. BS

position boayl: Position in class - Boayl 'sy vrastyl. DF idiom; keim: In a high position - Ayns ard cheim. DF idiom; stayd: Cash position - Stayd yn argid. DF idiom; ynnyd: What was the ship's position at noon? - C'raad va ynnyd ny lhong ec y vunlaa? DF idiom

standard cadjin: Standard Manx - Yn Ghaelg chadjinit. DF idiom; brastyl; bun-towshan: The gold standard - Buntowshan yn airh. DF idiom; bun-towshanagh; keim; mergey; soiechiontys; stundayrt: To come off the gold standard - Dy irree ass stundayrt yn airh. DF idiom; towshan; towshanagh


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