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kiangley (=Ir. ceangal) 1 pl. kianglaghyn band, bandage, bond; 2 attach, bandaging, belay, bend, bind, bind down, binding, bundle, compress, conclude, connect, constrain, dressing, fasten down, fastening, juncture, link, lock, lock in, locking, make fast, pin, retain, retention, secure, shackle, tether, tie, tie down, tie on, tie up, tying, vinculum a: va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher Bible; 3 (building) anchoring; 4 (terms) condition, stipulation; 5 (of poem) envoy; 6 (to trade) article; 7 influence; 8 relationship, involvement; 9 fetter [O.Ir. cenglaid]


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gyn kiangley anchorless, loose, unattached, unconnected, unfettered, unsecured: Gyn kiangley mee hene ec y traa shoh. DF

kiangley bolg constipation, costiveness

kiangley braagey shoelace

kiangley braagyn lacing up

kiangley caarjys entente

kiangley cassee screw coupling

kiangley cofioosagh covalent bond

kiangley craue ligament

kiangley da hitch

kiangley folican bow tie

kiangley geaylin scapular bandage

kiangley kemmigagh chemical bond

kiangley laueyn pinion

kiangley lectrofioosagh electrovalent bond

kiangley loghtagh loose connection

kiangley magheragh field dressing

kiangley rish append, attach: Kiangley rish cheu lhong. Bible

kiangley ry-cheilley clip; join up: Ta kianglaghyn lajer eddyr yn Ghaeltaght as Loghlin ass Claare yn Ymmyl Twoaie ta kiangley ry-cheilley baljyn beggey veih'n Ghaeltaght, Loghlin as yn Eeslynn. Dhoor

kiangley sheese peg down

kiangley thallooin earth

cassey kiangley er whip

cur fo kiangley bind over

cur kiangley er band, bandage, bind down

kiangley ayns bart truss

kiangley ayns dossanyn bunch

Kiangley Dellal Vannin Manx Business Connection

kiangley lesh coyrd cord

kiangley lesh freeney pin on

kiangley lesh rabbat rabbet

kiangley lesh streng wire

kiangley lesh teaddyn rope

kiangley lesh tennalt tenon

kiangley yn phoosey marriage knot

Troailt Kiangley Vannin Mann Link Travel

bandage (n.) kianglane, sthollag, stollag; (v.) cur kiangley er; kiangley: Scapular bandage - Kiangley geaylin. DF idiom

attach (v.) greimmey; kiangley, kiangley rish; lhiantyn hug

bind down (v.) cur kiangley er, kiangley

anchoring2 (building) kiangley

article5 (v.) (to trade) kiangley

band1 (n.) boandey, kiangley, rybban; cryss: Valency band - Cryss ablid chianglee. DF idiom; nast; (v.) cur boandey er, cur crou er, cur cryss er, cur kiangley er

bandaging kiangley; warpal

chemical bond (n.) kiangley kemmigagh

condition2 (terms) cor; kiangley; coardail

constipation (n.) kiangley bolg, tartys

constrain (v.) eignaghey; kiangley; eginaghey

electrovalent bond (n.) kiangley lectrofioosagh

entente (n.) kiangley caarjys

fasten down (v.) jeenysal, kiangley

fastening chiooney; kiangley

field dressing (n.) kiangley magheragh

involvement (n.) kiangley, cassey

juncture (n.) kiangley

ligament (n.) kiangley craue

loose connection (n.) kiangley loghtagh

make fast (v.) kiangley

peg down (v.) kiangley sheese

retention (gen.) freaylley, kiangley, taartys

scapular bandage (n.) kiangley geaylin

screw coupling (n.) kiangley cassee

stipulation (n.) conaant, kiangley

tie down (v.) kiangley

tie on (v.) kiangley

tying kianglagh; kiangley; sniemmey

unattached (adj.) gyn kiangley; neuchianglt

unconnected (adj.) gyn kiangley, neuventynagh

unfettered1 (adj.) gyn kiangley

vinculum (n.) kiangley

anchorless (adj.) gyn aker, gyn kiangley

binding (n.) boandey; (adj.) boandagh; kianglagh; tartagh; (v.) kiangley: we were binding sheaves in the field - va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher Bible; kianley: binding and delivering into prisons both men and women - kianley as livrey gys pryssoonyn chammah deiney as mraane Bible

bind over (v.) cur fo kiangley

costiveness (n.) kiangley bolg; thartid; thartys

dressing1 (v.) aarlaghey; coamrey; kiangley; lhiasaghey

marriage knot (n.) kiangley yn phoosey

tenon (v.) kiangley lesh tennalt; (n.) tennalt

tie up (v.) kiangley; moaral; staikey

kiangley-chab muzzle

belay (v.) cur lhoob ayn, lhie fo chlea; kiangley

bow tie (n.) carvat folican, kiangley folican

compress broojey; cohionney; faastey; kiangley; (n.) glabbag

connect (v.) co-niemmey; cochiangley; conastey; cur ry-cheilley; kiangley

covalent bond (n.) kiangley cofioosagh; nastey co-ioosagh

envoy2 (n.) (of poem) ayrn s'jerree, focklyn s'jerree, kiangley

join up (v.) goll 'syn armee; kiangley ry-cheilley; listal

lacing up (v.) dooney braagyn; kiangley braagyn

Mann Link Travel (n.) Troailt Kiangley Vannin

Manx Business Connection (n.) Kiangley Dellal Vannin

pin on (v.) greimmey, kiangley lesh freeney

rabbet (v.) jannoo rabbat, kiangley lesh rabbat; (n.) rabbat

shackle (v.) geulaghey; (n.) geuley; hopsag; kiangley; lhoob; slourin

shoelace (n.) kiangley braagey, laatchey, yeeal vraagey

cablyn cables: kiangley mygeayrt ee lesh cablyn Bible

cord1 coard; coyrdey; cur coyd er; kiangley lesh coyrd; rimlagh; saineen

fetter (v.) geuley, kiangley, boandaghey; cur oalsum er; (n.) langeid, lhangeid, oaslum, ousym

lock in (v.) cur fo ghlass, cur yn glass er, greimmey, kiangley

locking (v.) cur baatey trooid lock; goll ayns greim; kiangley

pinion fedjag; giarrey ny fedjagyn jeh; kiangley laueyn; pinjin; skian

tether (n.) cribban, crubban, eiystyr, langeid; (v.) cur er eiystyr, kiangley

unsecured (adj.) fegooish raane, gyn kiangley, gyn raanteenys, neuchianglt, neuhickyrit

whip1 (v.) cassey kiangley er, kippey, slashal, yeealley, blinkey; (n.) kip

sharragh (f.) foal: Kiangley yn sharragh echey gys y billey-feeyney Bible

append (v.) cur da: Append your name - Cur dty ennym da. DF idiom; kiangley rish

bend1 croymmey, croym, bendeil; kiangley; lhoob: Hairpin bend - Lhoob geyre. DF idiom; lhoobey: Better bend than break - Ny share lhoobey na brishey. DF idiom

bind1 kiangley; naisht; queeyllaghey; soailley; warpal; geulee; yok; yokal; chiangley; (impv) kiangle: As an enemy bind and a friend you'll find - Kiangle myr noid as yiow myr carrey. JJK idiom

bond boandey, bonney, geuley, kiangley, chiangley; (v.) cur ayns thie custam, cur fo ghlass; gioal, nastey; glass; boand; raane: His word is his bond - Ta e ghoo e raane. DF idiom

bunch1 (v.) broojit ry-cheilley; chionney ry-cheilley, kiangley ayns dossanyn; (n.) crouw, deaill, dhoss, doss, dossan, gass, glackaid, keshag, possan

bundle1 bart: Big bundle of firewood - Bart mooar connee. DF idiom; (n.) bundeil, kionnan, minjeig, skeiy, sporran; dhossan; (v.) bundeiley, jannoo bundeil, kiangley; carnaneaghey: Bundle something into a corner - Red ennagh y charnanaghey seose ayns corneil. DF idiom

clip1 (v.) baarey, cur fasteen er, kiangley ry-cheilley; (n.) croymmag, fasteen; (to); (dy) ghiarey: To clip someone's wings - Dy ghiarey skianyn pagh ennagh. JJK idiom

conclude (v.) cur kione er, creaghnaghey, cur jerrey er, kiangley; briwnys: we conclude that a man is justified by faith - ta shin briwnys, dy vel dooinney er ny heyrey liorish credjue Bible

earth1 cruinney: Children of earth - Cloan ny cruinney. DF idiom; coair thallooin; gei; kiangley thallooin; ooir; ooiraghey, thallooinaghey; thalloo: Before heaven or earth existed - Roish myr row ayn niau ny thalloo. DF idiom; towl; dowan

hitch (v.) castey, tayrn; kiangley da: Hitch the horse to the tree - Kiangle y cabbyl da'n villey. DF idiom; (n.) lhiettalys: Without a hitch - Gyn lhiettalys. DF idiom

influence (v.) cleayney, kiangley; obbraghey: Under the influence of drink - As yn jough gobbraghey er. DF idiom; (n.) obbragh, pooar; cummaght: Under the influence of republicanism - Fo cummaght poblaghteyrys. DF idiom

link boandey: There is a link between them - Ta boandey eddyr oc. DF idiom; kiangley: To link onto - Dy chiangley rish. DF idiom; lhoob, slat chianglee; draght; link

lock (v.) cur glass er, kiangley, lock; (n.) glass, gliass: They forced the lock - Vrish ad y glass. DF idiom; (n.) scabbag, skeog, skeoag; breid

loose1 anshickyr; ceau; cochianglee; feasley, feaysley: Set a dog loose - Moddey y 'eaysley. DF idiom; feayshlit, feayslit; gyn kiangley; lag; lhiggey; my reir; neuhickyr; skeaylt: Loose sheets - Duillagyn skeaylt. DF idiom

muzzle (n.) beeal, cab, gob, gobbaghan, kiangley-chab, puiss; (v.) cur gobbaghan er

pin1 (v.) cur freenaghyn ayn, freenaghey, jialgaghey, kiangley; (n.) freeney: To be as neat as a pin - Ve cha jesh as freeney. JJK idiom; pin

relationship (n.) cochiangley, kiangley; caarjys; cleuinys: We have a distant relationship by marriage - Ta cleuinys foddey magh ain. DF idiom

retain (v.) cummal, freayll, kiangley, chiangley, goaill stiagh; freill: retain my words: keep my commandments, and live - freill my annaghyn, as bee oo bio Bible

rope1 (n.) coyrd; tead, tedd; teidd: Let us twist the rope - Lhig dooin cassey yn teidd. JJK idiom; thow; (v.) kiangley lesh teaddyn, teaddey

secure dooney; glassey; jannoo shickyr; kiangley; sauchey; shickyr: His position is none too secure - Cha nel eh soit ro hickyr er chor erbee. DF idiom; shickyraghey; urrysagh

tie1 cheet corrym, cloie corrym; cur eiystyr er; kiangley; maidjey kianglee; sniemmey; kiangle: Tie your shoes tight - Kiangle nyn mraagyn dy-chionn. JJK idiom

truss (n.) bart, bunney, bundeil, thruss; (v.) jannoo bart jeh, kiangley ayns bart, kibbiney, paggey, thrussal

wire (v.) cur ayns streng-skeeal, cur streng rish, kiangley lesh streng, strengaghey; (n.) snaie yiarn, wier; streng: The wire is alive - Ta'n streng bio. DF idiom

bunneeyn sheaves: va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher Bible; bundles: Chymsee-jee cooidjagh hoshiaght yn coggyl ayns bunneeyn ry-hoi lostey Bible

cur neose dismount; lower; send down: Cur neose dty Spyrryd casherick, as deayrt ayns ny creeaghyn ain yn gioot smoo ooasle shen dy ghiastyllys, yn eer kiangley dy hee, as jeh dy chooilley ghrays PB1765; put down

erraghyn tromey heavy burdens: Son t'ad kiangley erraghyn tromey as doillee dy ve er nyn ymmyrkey, as dyn goyrt ad er geayltyn deiney, agh cha lhie ad hene wheesh mair roo dy hroggal ad. Bible

fillaghyn 1 gathers, folds: kiangley ad ayns fillaghyn dty choamrey Bible; 2 flakes a: Ta fillaghyn yn eill echey sniemmit dy cheilley Bible

ghoo See doo black: casley rish Pangloss as rish y shenn ennym Mooir Marmara ta kiangley ry cheilley yn Vooir Ghoo as yn Vooir Veanagh CnyO; See goo voice: clasht-jee rish my ghoo Bible

Loghlin (f.) Scandinavia: Ta kianglaghyn lajer eddyr yn Ghaeltaght as Loghlin ass Claare yn Ymmyl Twoaie ta kiangley ry-cheilley baljyn beggey veih'n Ghaeltaght, Loghlin as yn Eeslynn. Dhoor

lorgey pursue, pursuit, spoor, trace, track; tracing, trailing, urging: Ta'n Reejerey Charles Davson lorgey kiangley e lught-thie gys Mannin erash gys y hoghtoo eash. BS

lussyn herbs: T'eh gra neesht dy bee doilleeid elley ayn, er y fa dy vel freoagh as aittin er nyn stroie, as she fraueyn ny lussyn shen ta kiangley eaghtyr ny moaney ry cheilley. BS

Moaney Turbary: T'eh gra neesht dy bee doilleeid elley ayn, er y fa dy vel freoagh as aittin er nyn stroie, as she fraueyn ny lussyn shen ta kiangley eaghtyr ny moaney ry cheilley. BS

moaney (gen.) of turf: T'eh gra neesht dy bee doilleeid elley ayn, er y fa dy vel freoagh as aittin er nyn stroie, as she fraueyn ny lussyn shen ta kiangley eaghtyr ny moaney ry cheilley. BS

naighteyr journalist, newspaperman, pressman, reporter: Va naighteyr ayns Mannin briaght jeh David Lammy noddagh Mannin jeeaghyn roee gys kiangley messoil noa lesh y Reeriaght Unnaneyssit as y currym noa shoh echey. BS

ribban string; lace: nee oo kiangley eh lesh ribban gorrym er y vitre Bible

sy (=Ir. sa) in the: Son, Cur-my-ner, va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher, as cur-my-ner, hrog yn vunney aym's, as myrgeddin, hass eh seose jeeragh Bible

voteyryn voters: T'eh gra dy vel kiangley eddyr neuyeeanid ny voteyryn as ny ta sleih coontey jeh politickeyryn. BS

line coyrd, skeog; craplag; keird; lineal; linney: Line that links up two towns - Linney ta ny kiangley eddyr daa valley. DF idiom; rann; rimmeigey; scheimmeig; scheimmeigey; sheeynag: Horizontal line - Sheeynag chochruinnagh. DF idiom; sliught; snaie; strane: Walk in line - Shooyl rere strane. DF idiom; strap; streng; tead; thow; line

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