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laagh (=Ir. lathach) (f.) (pl -yn) mire, mud: myr laagh ny straidyn ren mee ad y stampey Bible; duck, wild goose

Inexact matches:

baatey laagh acon

Balley Laagh See Balley ny Loghey (village) Ballaugh: Shoh daa skeeal er nyn inshey dooys liorish Chalse Mooar Balley Laagh; hooar eh veih Harry Boddagh ad as eshyn nyn glashtyn voish e yishag vooar. GB

breshag laagh (f.) doormat

grine laagh duck shot

gunney laagh duck gun

laagh Americaanagh canvas-back

laagh choillaragh (f.) ring-necked duck

laagh chryss-ruy shelduck

laagh Eeslynnagh (f.) harlequin duck

laagh fammanagh (f.) pintail

Laagh Ghlass (f.) Grey Mire

Laagh ghob-buigh Yellow-billed Duck

Laagh ghob-jiarg Red-billed Duck

laagh ghoo (f.) velvet scoter

laagh Loghlynnagh (f.) eider duck

laagh ruy (f.) widgeon

laagh sooill-vane (f.) ferruginous duck

laagh Vandragh (f.) Mandarin duck

laagh varrey (f.) sea mud, silt

laagh vog (f.) sludge

laagh Voirrey (f.) mallard

Laagh Vooar (f.) Big Mire

laagh yiarg-chereenagh (f.) red-crested pochard

lagg laagh slime pit

lhiggey laagh duck-shoot

Thie'n Laagh Mire House

clooie laagh Loghlynnagh (f.) eiderdown

laagh Loghlynnagh gob-jiarg (f.) king eider

Laagh Loghlynnagh speckleyragh Spectacled Eider

laagh loghlynnagh Steller (f.) Stellers eider

laagh ruy Americaanagh (f.) American wigeon

Laagh ruy Hilleeagh (f.) Chiloe Wigeon

Ping Laagh Ghlass Penny Grey Mire

acon (n.) baatey laagh

Big Mire (n.) Laagh Vooar

canvas-back (n.) laagh Americaanagh

doormat (n.) breshag laagh

duck gun (n.) gunney laagh

duck-shoot (n.) lhiggey laagh

duck shot (n.) grine laagh

eider duck (n.) laagh Loghlynnagh

ferruginous duck (n.) laagh sooill-vane

Grey Mire (n.) Laagh Ghlass

mallard (n.) laagh Voirrey, mallard

Mandarin duck (n.) laagh Vandragh

mire (n.) laagh

mud laaee; laagh: He sank to his knees in mud - Hie eh sheese dys e ghlioonyn ayns laagh. DF idiom; laaghey

pintail (n.) laagh fammanagh

Red-billed Duck (n.) Laagh ghob-jiarg

red-crested pochard (n.) laagh yiarg-chereenagh

ring-necked duck (n.) laagh choillaragh

sea mud (n.) laagh varrey

shelduck (n.) laagh chryss-ruy

velvet scoter (n.) laagh ghoo

widgeon (n.) laagh ruy; ommidan

Yellow-billed Duck Laagh ghob-buigh

American wigeon (n.) laagh ruy Americaanagh

Chiloe Wigeon (n.) Laagh ruy Hilleeagh

king eider (n.) laagh Loghlynnagh gob-jiarg

musk duck (n.) musk-laagh

sludge (n.) dreedyr, laagh vog, sluddaght

Spectacled Eider (n.) Laagh Loghlynnagh speckleyragh

Stellers eider (n.) (n.) laagh loghlynnagh Steller

wild goose (n.) guiy feie, laagh

musk-laagh musk duck

Ballaugh2 (n.) (village) Balley Laagh, Balley ny Loghey

eiderdown (n.) clooie laagh Loghlynnagh; curleid; curlead-chlooie, curleid-clooie

harlequin duck (n.) thunnag vreck; laagh Eeslynnagh

Mire House (n.) Thie'n Churree, Thie'n Laagh

Penny Grey Mire (n.) Ping Laagh Ghlass

silt glaare; laagh varrey; lhieeney lesh glaare

slime pit (n.) lagg laagh; slogh laaghey

duck (n.) laagh, thunnag; (v.) cur fo ushtey, thummey; (Tex.) aanrit garroo; (Mil.) gleashtan snauee; (cricket) veg

fegooish (=Ir. eaglais) devoid, without: Vod y chuïn gaase fegooish laagh? Bible

frioganagh pointed: t'eh skeayley e oltyn frioganagh er y laagh Bible

stampit trodden: bee ee stampit sheese myr laagh ny straidey Bible

straidey (gen.) of the street: bee ee stampit sheese myr laagh ny straidey Bible

Ballaugh1 (n.) Balley ny Loghey: Over there beyond Ballaugh - Har ayns shen cheu hoal jeh Balley ny Loghey. DF idiom; Balley Laagh, Skyll Ballalaa

plunge (v.) thummey; tilgey: Yet shalt thou plunge me in the ditch - Ny-yeih nee oo my hilgeysy laagh Bible

Cashtal Lajer Strong Castle: As hrog Tyrus jee hene cashtal lajer, as hasht ee seose argid myr y joan, as airh ghlen myr laagh ny straïdyn. Bible

cha myn as joan as small as dust: Eisht cha myn as joan y thallooin ren mee ad y woalley; myr laagh ny straidyn ren mee ad y stampey, as skeayley ad dy lhean. Bible

cummit artificial, fashioned, hewn, made, planned: ta shiu er droggal thieyn dy chlaghyn cummit Bible; stopped, held: Ta mee cummit shickyr ayns y laagh dowin Bible; celebrated; sustained; kept; featured

straidyn streets: myr laagh ny straidyn ren mee ad y stampey, as skeayley ad dy lhean. Bible

broid dirt: ta ny ushtaghyn eck tilgey seose laagh as broïd Bible; grime, nastiness, pollutant, smut, vileness: As tan cheer fo slane broid Bible; filthiness: Chamoo broid, ny glare ommijagh, ny craid, nagh vel jesh; agh ayns ynnyd oc shoh coyrt booise. Bible; filth: cha nee liorish cur ersooyl broid yn eill, agh liorish yn ansoor dy chooinsheanse vie gys Jee Bible; pollution: Son lurg daue ve er haghney broid y theihll trooid tushtey jeh'n Chiarn as Saualtagh Yeesey Creest Bible; corruption: Te er ny chuirr ayns broid; te troggit seose ayns glennid: Bible; impurity


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