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Kirree (f.) Kitty: Ghow Kirree arrane, agh va'n coraa eck bing agglagh, gollrish kellagh-kiark gerrym ayns yn oie Dhoor

kirree (npl.) sheep: ghow ad ny kirree as ny dew, as ny assylyn oc Bible


Inexact matches:

boirey kirree sheep worrying

kirree cailjey lost sheep: AYR Ooilley-niartal as smoo lane jeh dty vyghin; Ta shin er n'gholl ershaghryn veih dty raaidyn casley rish kirree cailjey. PB1765

kirree vaney white sheep

kirree varrey (f.) petrel, storm petrel

kirree vooarey (f.) big sheep

troggal kirree sheep farming

troggeyder kirree sheep farmer

Close y Kirree Kirree's Enclosure

kirree varrey bayrn-doo capped petrel

kirree varrey Bulwer (f.) Bulwers petrel

kirree varrey Vadeiragh (f.) Madeiran petrel

kirree varrey vane-eddinagh (f.) frigate petrel

Raad Kirree Varrey Storm Petrel Road

big sheep (npl.) kirree vooarey

Kitty (n.) Kirree

petrel (n.) kirree varrey

sheep (n.) keyrrey: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom; (npl.) kirree: He was grazing his sheep on the hill - V'eh fassaghey ny kirree echey er y chronk. DF idiom

sheep farmer (n.) troggeyder kirree

sheep farming (v.) troggal kirree

sheep worrying (v.) boirey kirree

storm petrel (n.) kirree varrey

Bulwers petrel (n.) kirree varrey Bulwer

capped petrel (n.) kirree varrey bayrn-doo

frigate petrel (n.) kirree varrey vane-eddinagh

Kirree's Enclosure (n.) Close y Kirree

lost sheep (n.) keyrrey chailjey: I have gone astray like a sheep that is lost - Ta mee er ngholl er-shaghryn myr keyrrey chailjey Bible; (npl.) kirree cailjey: My people hath been lost sheep - Ta my phobble er ve kirree cailjey Bible

Madeiran petrel (n.) kirree varrey Vadeiragh

White-faced Storm-petrel (n.) Kirree varrey vane-eddinagh

Storm Petrel Road (n.) Raad Kirree Varrey

white sheep (n.) keyrrey vane; (npl.) kirree vaney

bochill pl. bochillyn shepherd: myr kirree fegooish bochill Bible

caashey (=Ir. cáis) cheese, cheesy: mill, as eeym, as kirree, as caashey baa Bible

cailjey lost, strayed, wandered: Ta my phobble er ve kirree cailjey Bible

camellyn camels: hug ad lhieu ersooyl ymmodee kirree as camellyn Bible

fyrryn andro-, male: va echey kirree, as dew, as assylyn fyrryn Bible

keyrrey (=Ir. caora) (f.) pl. kirree sheep: Ta mee er n'gholl er-shaghryn myr keyrrey chailjey Bible

loaghtyn (of sheep) brown; (of cattle) brown: ooilley yn maase loaghtyn mastey ny kirree Bible; khaki

slaughtral slaying: cur-my-ner, boggey as gennallys, slaughtral dew, as marroo kirree Bible

cows (npl.) baa; ollagh: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

oxen (npl.) dew: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

pigs (npl.) mucyn; muckyn: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

quick look sceau: I had a quick look at the sheep - Hug mee sceau er ny kirree. DF idiom

slaves (npl.) raanteenyn; slaveyn: wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men - curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney Bible; sleabyn

baa 1 cows, kine a: cur-jee ny baa fo'n chart Bible; 2 buss, playful kiss, smack; 3 (gen.) of a cow: mill, as eeym, as kirree, as caashey baa Bible

broighit befouled, dirtied: V'ad lommyrt ny kirree cheu-chooylloo son lurg gee yn aiyr noa va'd broighit lesh keck as ayns gaue dy ve goit ec y carchuillag. MB

buitchoor butcher, slaughterer, slaughterman: Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK

carchuillag (f.) flesh fly, fly, humming fly: V'ad lommyrt ny kirree cheu-chooylloo son lurg gee yn aiyr noa va'd broighit lesh keck as ayns gaue dy ve goit ec y carchuillag. MB [L. culex]

dorrysser porter: Dasyn ta'n dorrysser fosley; as ta ny kirree clashtyn e choraa: as t'eh geamagh er e chirree hene lurg nyn ennym, as dy leeideil ad magh. Bible

fer saa junior: As dooyrt eh, Ta foast fer saa n'ad shoh, as cur-my-ner, t'eh bochillagh ny kirree. Bible

lioroo by them, with them, beside them: ooilley'n traa va shin lioroo freayll ny kirree Bible

muirht fatlings: ren Saul as y pobble sparail Agag as y chooid share jeh ny kirree, jeh ny dew, jeh ny muirht, as ny heayin Bible

murran influenza; murrain, plague: er ny cabbil, er ny assylyn, er ny camelyn, er ny dew, as er ny kirree; bee murran feer dewil Bible

oasht fyrryn (first year) male sheep: Bee'n eayn fegooish lheamys, oasht fyrryn: nee shiu goaill eh veih ny kirree, ny veih ny goair. Bible

oikanyn children: woaill eh Nob ard-valley ny saggyrtyn lesh foyr y chliwe, chammah deiney as mraane cloan as oikanyn, dew, as assylyn as kirree, lesh foyr y chliwe Bible

roie er-chea flee: t'eh fakin yn moddey-oaldey cheet, as t'eh faagail ny kirree, as roie er-chea Bible

scannane pl. scannaneyn 1 cine-film, diaphragm, movie, picture a: Shinyn va goaill ayrn sy scannane Ny Kirree fo Niaghtey, va shin jeant magh dy row sleih dy liooar coontey yn scannane shoh y ve foaysagh. Carn; 2 (of oil) film

sceau grimace: Ta sceau er. DF; quick look, sweep: Hug mee sceau er ny kirree. DF; overhang, slant

slaveyn slaves: spiceyn millish, as myrrh, as frankincense, as feeyn, as ooil, as flooyr meen, as curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney. Bible

trog-jee arise: Trog-jee erriu, lhig dooin goll seose noi oc Bible; take: Trog-jee ny-vud eu hene chebbal da'n Chiarn Bible; build: Trog-jee ard-valjyn da nyn gloan, as bwoailtchyn da ny kirree eu Bible

tutlerys (f.) chat, chatter, gossip, tale-bearing, taletelling, tattle, tittle-tattle: agh ta ourys ayn dy row Kirree geearree dy hannaghtyn ayns y vargey dy gheddyn yn naight s'anmee as tutlerys! Dhoor; loquaciousness

big (adj.) ard; liauyr; mooar: A big head with little wit and a little head without any at all - Kione mooar er y veggan cheilley as kione beg gyn veg edyr. JJK idiom; mooarey: Big bumps on the road - Tommanyn mooarey er y raad. DF idiom; vooarey: Big sheep - Kirree vooarey. DF idiom; thollee; vooar: We were struck by a big sea - Haink tonn vooar orrin. DF idiom; wooar

fatlings (npl.) brawnyn: all of them fatlings of Bashan - ad shoh ooilley brawnyn Vashan Bible; beiyn beiyht: my oxen and my fatlings are killed - ta my ghew as my veiyn beiyht marroo Bible; beiyn roauyrey: he sacrificed oxen and fatlings - dy heb eh dew as beiyn roauyrey ayns oural Bible; muirht: the best of the sheep, and of the oxen, and of the fatlings - y chooid share jeh ny kirree, jeh ny dew, jeh ny muirht Bible

many1 (adj.) mooaran; mooarane: I have a great many recommendations to you - Ta mooarane moyllaghtyn aym diu. JJK idiom; ram; shimmey; shymmey; ymmodee: Many sheep were lost in the snow - Va ymmodee kirree er nyn goayl 'sy sniaghtey. JJK idiom

bunneenyn bales: Shimmey'n oie feayr as dorraghey ta mee er n'gholl magh maree gys y soalt yiarn lesh londeyr as bunneenyn dy choonlagh dy hroggal fastee son ny kirree as nyn eaynin, as boteil dy vainney son yn eayn meig. JG

curragh (=Ir. corrach) (f.) pl. curreeyn bog, fen, marsh, quagmire, swamp: Yn nah laa haink jees jeh ny kirree oc dy ve çhionn ayns curragh as v'ad sluggit sheese marish nyn laadyn CnyO; canoe, coracle: Ren Severin as fer keirdey ny jees troggal curragh ayns Nerin. Dhoor; wickerwork pannier

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