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keyl 1 attenuated, drawn out, fine, gracile, hairline, lanky, lean, narrow, slender, slight, slim, small, spare, tapered, thin, willowy a: Adsyn myrgeddin ta gobbragh ayns lieen keyl Bible; 2 (of soup) watery; 3 (as solution) weak [O.Ir. cáel]


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aanrit keyl cambric, fine linen, lawn: jeih curtanyn dy aanrit keyl feeit Bible

Balley Keyl Narrow Farm

Cabbal Keyl Cecilia's Chapel

clean keyl bassinet

cliwe keyl rapier, small sword

corocklyn keyl slender consonants

Crottag ghob-keyl Slender-billed Curlew

Curragh Keyl Narrow Marsh

dy keyl thinly: Tayrn dy keyl er yn eeym. DF

foillan gob-keyl slender-billed gull

Gob Keyl Narrow Point

Kerroo Keyl Narrow Quarter

key keyl single cream

kione keyl narrow end, small end, tapered end: Ta shen kione keyl ny jeenys. DF

kishtey keyl coffin

Lheannee Keyl Narrow Meadow

Magher Keyl Narrow Field

Traie Keyl Narrow Shore

aanrit keyl cadee dimity

Balley Curn Keyl Curry's Narrow Farm

cheet stiagh keyl small income

craue keyl ny lurgey fibula

kione keyl lhuiney prow

lhune keyl jinshar ginger beer

raad yiarn keyl light railway, narrow-gauge railway

slender (adj.) feiosagh, goan, shang, thanney, keylley; keyl: Slender voice - Coraa keyl. DF idiom

thin1 (adj.) keyl: The thin edge of the wedge - Kione keyl ny jeenys. DF idiom; keylagh; (v.) keyley, thannaghey

bassinet (n.) clean keyl

cambric (n.) aanrit keyl

Cecilia's Chapel (n.) Cabbal Keyl

fine linen (n.) aanrit keyl

gracile (adj.) keyl, shang

lanky (adj.) keyl, shang, thanney

narrow (adj.) beg, chion, neurheamyssagh; keyl: Narrow stick - Maidjey keyl. DF idiom; coon: The narrow glen - Yn ghlion choon. DF idiom; cooney: Narrow tables - Buird cooney. DF idiom; (gen.) keylley; (v.) coonaghey, keyllaghey

narrow end (n.) kione keyl

Narrow Farm (n.) Balley Keyl

Narrow Field (n.) Magher Keyl

Narrow Marsh (n.) Curragh Keyl

Narrow Point (n.) Gob Keyl

Narrow Quarter (n.) Kerroo Keyl

Narrow Shore (n.) Traie Keyl

rapier (n.) cliwe keyl

single cream (n.) key keyl

slender consonants (npl.) corocklyn keyl

small end (n.) kione keyl

small sword (n.) cliwe keyl

tapered (adj.) birragh, keyl

tapered end (n.) kione keyl

watery6 (adj.) (of soup) keyl

weak6 (adj.) (as solution) keyl, thanney

attenuated (adj.) keyl, sheeynt magh, thanney

dimity (n.) aanrit keyl cadee, dimity

fine-drawn gloo; keyl-chooishagh; taynrit

fine-spun keyl-chooishagh; keyl-sneeuit

ginger beer (n.) lhune keyl jinshar

hairline (n.) darrag; keyl; linney cheyl

hatchet-faced (adj.) keyl-oaieagh

light railway (n.) raad yiarn keyl

narrow-eyed (adj.) keyl-hooillagh

narrow-gauge railway (n.) raad yiarn keyl

narrow-minded (adj.) coon; keyl-aignagh

pig-eyed keyl-hooillagh

sirloin (n.) keyl-dreeym, keyl-ghrommey

Slender-billed Curlew (n.) Crottag ghob-keyl

slender-billed gull (n.) foillan gob-keyl

slender-footed (adj.) keyl-chassagh

slightly-built (adj.) keyl-chummit

slit-eyed (adj.) keyl-hooillagh

small income cheet stiagh keyl

strait-laced (adj.) keyl-aignagh

thin-lipped (adj.) keyl-veillagh

thin stroke (n.) keyl-linney

tight-laced (adj.) keyl-aignagh

tinniness2 (of sound) cling-stainnagh; keyl-chling

webbing keyl-chennip

keyl-aignagh narrow-minded, strait-laced, tight-laced

keyl-chassagh slender-footed

keyl-chennip (f.) webbing

keyl-chling (f.) (of sound) tinniness

keyl-chooishagh fine-drawn, fine-spun

keyl-chroobagh spidery

keyl-chummit slightly-built

keyl-dreeym sirloin

keyl-ghrommey sirloin

keyl-hooillagh narrow-eyed, pig-eyed, slit-eyed

keyl-linney (f.) thin stroke

keyl-oaieagh hatchet-faced

keyl-sneeuit fine-spun

keyl-veillagh thin-lipped

Curry's Narrow Farm (n.) Balley Curn Keyl

drawn out (adj.) keyl, liauyr, sheeynt, tayrnit magh

fibula (n.) craue keyl ny lurgey, fibbyl

lean keyl, thanney; list; shang; shangey; scoidey; shassoo

Narrow Meadow (n.) Lheannee Keyl, Lheannee Cheyl, Lheannee Choon

slim keyl; shang; keylaghey; (v.) shangaghey; thannaghey; thanney

spidery (adj.) keyl-chroobagh, lane doo oalleeyn

thinly (adv.) dy goan; dy keyl; dy thanney

willowy (adj.) goll rish shellagh, keyl, lhoobagh, shang

broaidrail embroider: nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible

cooat pl. cooatyn coat: nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible

feeit plaited, textile, woven: jeih curtanyn dy aanrit keyl feeit Bible

jeenys (f.) chock, quoin, steady, trig; wedge: Ta shen kione keyl ny jeenys. DF

kayt (=Ir. cat) (f.) pl. kiyt cat, feline, puss: Ta sooillyn keyl echey gollrish kayt. DF

coffin (n.) coavin, coyr-verriu, kishtey keyl, koir-verriu, koir-oanluckee; crub; coffin: they embalmed him, and he was put in a coffin in Egypt. - ren ad yn corp echeyspiceal, as veh er ny choyrt ayns coffin ayns Egypt Bible

embroider (v.) breckey, jannoo grease, laatchey; broaidrail: And thou shalt embroider the coat of fine linen - As nee oo broaidrail yn cooat dy aanrit keyl Bible; (story) daaghey skeeal

fine1 (adj.) braew, fine, keyl, meein; stoamey: I wish the weather were fine - Saillym dy beagh yn emshir aalin. JJK idiom; (v.) cur final er, cur ooley er, final; (n.) ooley, uail

hair2 (n.) (of animal) geaysh: And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair - As gorrym, as purple, as scarleod, as aanrit keyl, as geaysh ghoair Bible

lawn (n.) aanrit keyl; faaie; londaig: The lawn looks quite green already - Ta'n liondaig hannah jeeaghyn slane glass. JJK idiom

prow (n.) bow, gob lhuingey, kione keyl lhuiney, kione lhuingey, kione toshee lhuingey, staim toshee, toshiaght lhuingey

slight beg: Slight cough - Mughane beg. DF idiom; cur comys er; eddrym; feoisagh: Slight girl - Inneen feiosagh. DF idiom; keyl; meearrym; shang

small (adj.) beg: We must have a small garden - Shegin ve garey beg ain. JJK idiom; beggey; keyl; myn; dy myn; keylley

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

Cheu Jiass South Side: As nee oo cooyrt y chabbane son y cheu jiass, bee curtanyn y chooyrt dy aanrit keyl feeit, keead cubit er lhiurid son un lhiattee. Bible

emeraldyn emeralds: ren ad dellal ayns dty vargaghyn lesh emeraldyn, gorrym-jiarg, as obbyr laatshagh, as aanrit keyl, as coral as agate. Bible

er y cheu my-yiass on the south side: As ren eh yn cooyrt; er y cheu my-yiass, va curtanyn ny cooyrtey daanrit keyl, keead cubit. Bible

geaysh ghoair (f.) cirrus, mare's tail; goat-hair: As gorrym, as purple, as scarleod, as aanrit keyl, as geaysh ghoair Bible

glessyn 1 binoculars; 2 glasses a: Ny glessyn, as yn aanrit-keyl, as ny hoodyn, as coodaghey nyn eddinyn Bible

hoodyn hoods: Ny glessyn, as yn aanrit-keyl, as ny hoodyn, as coodaghey nyn eddinyn Bible

jannoo faase weaken: Jannoo faase yn anchaslys eddyr corocklyn 'keyl' as corocklyn 'Ihean'. Dhoor

obbree-snaidey laatshagh embroiderer: as jehn obbree-snaidey laatshagh, ayns gorrym, as ayns purple, ayns scarleod as ayns aanrit keyl Bible

obbyr laatshagh broidered work: ren ad dellal ayns dty vargaghyn lesh emeraldyn, gorrym-jiarg, as obbyr laatshagh, as aanrit keyl, as coral as agate. Bible

obbyr snaidey (f.) needlework, tapestry work: As va'n churtan son giat ny cooyrtey d'obbyr snaidey, gorrym, as purple, as scarleod, as aanrit keyl cast Bible

shennid oldness, senescence, staleness: Nee uss cumraagys as caarjys lesh aegid keyl as shennid lheeah bee gagh ghooinney oc jeeaghyn dhyt e chullee-eeastee, chammah darrag as dooan as slatt. Coraa

shiauil sail: Aanrit keyl lesh obbyr-snaidey, ren oo skeayley magh son shiauil dhyt Bible

curtanyn curtains: Marish shoh, nee oo cabbane: lesh jeih curtanyn jeh aanrit-keyl feeit, as gorrym, as purple, as scarleod Bible

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