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Laare (f.) (Yn); (The) Level

laare (=Ir. lár) (f.) pl. laareyn 1 flat, level, set, sill a: hie ee sheese gys y laare Bible; 2 centre; 3 bottom; 4 deck, floor, storey; 5 flatness


Inexact matches:

brat laare (f.) carpet

daa laare double-decker

eddyr laare (f.) mezzanine

fir laare insides

follid laare floor polish

laare ainey (f.) inside of circle

laare chloaie (f.) stone floor

laare cholloon (f.) stylobate

laare gheilley (f.) lathe centre

laare hallooin (f.) ground flour

laare heeree (f.) drying floor

laare marmyr (f.) marble floor

laare niaghyn (f.) washing floor

Laare Roortys Activity Centre

laare skyrraghtyn skating rink

laare soailt (f.) barn floor

laare voaillee (f.) barn floor, threshing floor

laare vooie (f.) barn floor, threshing floor: nee eh ad y haglym myr bunneeyn gys y laare-vooie Bible

laare vraghey (f.) malt floor

Laare Vullee Top Flat

laare vullee (f.) top storey

tree laare triple-decker

cur laare ayns board

fo brat laare carpeted

Laare Ashoonagh son Jallooyn National Art Gallery

laare fo halloo (f.) basement

Laare son Caslyssyn-Çheerey (f.) Map Gallery

Laare son Shenndaaleaght Roie-hendeeagh (f.) Prehistoric Archaeology Gallery

Laare Studeyrys Manninagh (f.) Centre for Manx Studies

skeaban brat laare carpet broom

Laare Gaelgagh Scoill Valley Keeill Eoin (f.) Manx Centre at St Johns School

Laare Mholmaghey as Aachoorsal Smooirlagh Thie Composting and Household Waste Recycling Centre

barn floor (n.) laare soailt, laare voaillee, laare vooie

threshing floor (n.) laare voaillee; laare vooie

storey (n.) laare: They added another storey to the house - Hug ad laare elley er y thie. DF idiom; yrjid

Activity Centre (n.) Laare Roortys

basement1 (n.) laare fo halloo

carpeted (adj.) fo brat laare

deck (n.) lout-eaghtyr, paggey; karraghey; lout: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom; laare: Deck a ship - Laare y chur er lhong. DF idiom

double-decker (n.) daa laare

drying floor (n.) laare heeree

floor (v.) laaraghey; (n.) laare

ground flour (n.) laare hallooin

insides (npl.) fir laare

lathe centre (n.) laare gheilley

Level (n.) (The); (Yn) Laare

malt floor (n.) laare vraghey

marble floor (n.) laare marmyr

mezzanine (n.) eddyr laare

stylobate (n.) laare cholloon

Top Flat (n.) Laare Vullee

top storey (n.) laare vullee

triple-decker (n.) tree laare, tree-lout

washing floor (n.) laare niaghyn

carpet broom (n.) skeaban brat laare

corn floor (n.) laare-arroo

in-centre yn-laare

inside of circle (n.) laare ainey

Map Gallery (n.) Laare son Caslyssyn-Çheerey

stone floor (n.) laare chloaie, pemmad

laare-arroo (f.) corn floor

yn-laare (f.) in-centre

Centre for Manx Studies (n.) Laare Studeyrys Manninagh

floor polish (n.) follid laare; gloasey laarey

National Art Gallery (n.) Laare Ashoonagh son Jallooyn

Prehistoric Archaeology Gallery (n.) Laare son Shenndaaleaght Roie-hendeeagh

sill (n.) leac uinnag, laare, jeayst; sole

skating rink (n.) laaragh skyrraghtyn, laare skyrraghtyn, rink shliawin

Composting and Household Waste Recycling Centre (n.) Laare Mholmaghey as Aachoorsal Smooirlagh Thie

flat1 (adj.) feayn; follym; injillagh; kiune; meayll; mooyl; rea; (n.) cummal-rea, laare; liabagid

Manx Centre at St Johns School (n.) Laare Gaelgagh Scoill Valley Keeill Eoin

ceelyn ceiling: chammah laare y thie as ceelyn ny voallaghyn Bible

frap bang, crack, pop, report, smack: Huitt eh frap er y laare. DF

carpet (n.) carpad; brat laare: Will not the carpet have a border? - Nagh bee chemmal er y vrat-laare? JJK idiom; (v.) cur brat er

centre cree, laare, ynnyd; mean: The centre of the table - Mean y voayrd. DF idiom; boayl: Shopping centre - Boayl shappal. DF idiom; laaragh, meanagh

dishes (npl.) claareeyn; jystyn: I crashed all the dishes on the floor - Huitt mee ooilley ny jystyn er y laare. DF idiom; siyn: Wash up the dishes - Ny siyn y strulley. DF idiom

flatness (n.) dreeys, folmid, glennid, injillid, kiunid, lhaggid, lheanid, meayllid, merruid, reaid; liabagid, carrooid, rea, laare, strah, çheer rea, shanglanid

of the market margee: How bare is the floor of the market town - S'lhome ta laare y valley vargee. DF idiom

pick (v.) brishey yn thalloo, shuilgey; speiy; teiy: If I could pick and choose - Dy beagh teiy aym. DF idiom; trog: Pick that up off the floor - Trog eh shen jeh'n laare. DF idiom

broigh dirty, filthy, mucky, nasty, soiled, unclean: Quoi va shooyl harrish y laare glen shoh as braagyn broigh eck? Coraa

chyndaa seose turn up: as chyndaa seose 'syn aer heaum ad dagh errey v'orroo sheese er laare PC

cohoyrtagh contributive, contributor: Y Stiureyder jeh Studeyrys Eear-Cheim ec Laare Studeyrys Manninagh, Fenella Bazin, ta ish gra dy jean ny shlee na feed cohoyrtagh mooadaghey fys mychione shennaghys Vannin. BS

daunseyn dancing: Tra v'ad daunseyn va'n sleih cassey mygeayrt y laare myr mwyljyn geayee as mish bunnys tuittytm harrish. GK; frisk

doagh feeyney wine vat, winepress: Mannagh gooin y Chiarn lhiat, kys oddyms cooney lhiat? nee veih laare y thoalt, ny ass y doagh-feeyney? Bible

eebrit banished, exiled, transported, driven from: myr y coau ta eebrit lesh y gheay-chassee jeh'n laare-vooie Bible

er-fakin visible: Mastey dagh yindys dy jagh rieau er fakin ayns niau n' er laare, ny jeh dy ren shiu clashtyn PC

fasnee fan, fanning: fasnee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie Bible

fasney (=Ir. fasnadh) fan, winnow: t'eh fasney oarn yn fastyr shoh 'sy laare-vooie Bible

heeagh would see: thousaneyn heeagh oo bounsal seose 'syn aer as millaghyn reesht cooyl nyn ging er laare PC

heose ny greeishyn upstairs: Va'n shapp-obbree seyir-thie ain er yn chied laare, heose ny greeishyn JG

lhuishag (f.) blanket: As magh ass y roortys shoh, haink kuse dy ghaanyn beggey 'sy Ghaelg, myr shen, slane feeu va'n roortys Sheeyney ass shilley: Lhuishag chayeeagh gorrym er laare ny keylley. Dhoor

oarn (f.) barley: t'eh fasney oarn yn fastyr shoh 'sy laare-vooie Bible

scolt pl. scoltaghyn cleft, rent; split: heaum ad dagh errey v'orroo sheese er laare, as scolt ad hene lesh lhieggey er nyn mooin PC

skeaylley2 (dy); (to) come loose: : As shegin da ve palchey shiunyn ayd dy skeaylley er y laare, vel shiu er chymsagh ad foast? Coraa

skeaylley er bestrew: : As shegin da ve palchey shiunyn ayd dy skeaylley er y laare, vel shiu er chymsagh ad foast? Coraa

thoyn (f.) anus, rectum, vent; pl. thoynyn See toinn arse, backside, behind, bottom, bum, buttock, posterior, seat: Eddyr daa stoyl ta'n thoyn er y laare. DF

board1 (n.) aaght, argid beaghee, cur aaght da, goaill aaght, jannoo oastys da, lhongee, oastys; boayrd: Place a board edgeways - Boayrd y chur er e oirr. DF idiom; claare; faill; (n.) oik; (v.) cur claare er, cur claare rish, cur laare ayns, goaill lhuingys, goll er boayrd

bottom1 (n.) bun: At the bottom of the stairs - Ec bun ny greeishyn. DF idiom; cass, jerrey, kione, laare; grunt: Fishing on the bottom - Eeastagh er y ghrunt. DF idiom; iightyr, iyghtyr; (n.) curp: Hit him across the bottom - Bwoaill eh er ny curpyn echey. DF idiom; thoyn: His bottom was wet - Va'n thoyn echey fliugh. DF idiom; toinn; (v.) cur ashvuilley er: To put bottom on a ball - Dy chur ashvuilley er bluckan. DF idiom

fan2 (n.) (winnowing) cleayst: Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor - Tan cleayst echey ayns e laue, as nee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie y ghlenney

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

set1 beoyn, reaghey; chymsaght; cuirr; goll dy lhie, goll fo; jesheenaghey, kiartee; laare; lhejey; reaghys; sett; settit; soiagh: And the priest shall set the woman before the Lord - As neen saggyrt soiagh yn ven kiongoyrt y Chiarn Bible; soiaghey: and the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side thereof - as dorrys yn arg nee oo soiagheysy lhiattee echey Bible; soit; starkaghey; taah; troa; hoie: And God set them in the firmament of the heaven - As hoie Jee ad ayns yn aer fo niau Bible; hoit; (to); (dy) hoiaghey: And in cutting of stones, to set them - As ayns giarey claghyn, dy hoiaghey ad Bible; soiaghey jeh; soit: And there was set meat before - As va bee soit roish Bible; soie: Son of man, set thy face against Zidon - Vac y dooinney, soie dty eddin noi Zidon Bible

smack1 baa; bassag: Smack in the face - Bassag 'syn eddin. DF idiom; frap: He fell smack on the floor - Huitt eh frap er y laare. DF idiom; scoadey; (v.) cur bassag da; frappal: Smack went the whip - Ren y kipp frappal. DF idiom

chymlee (f.) (pl -yn) chimney: myr y druight moghey, ta lheïe ersooyl, myr y coau ta eebrit lesh y gheay-chassee jeh'n laare-vooie, as myr y jaagh ass y chymlee. Bible

cleayst (f.) See sleayst (winnowing) fan: Tan cleayst echey ayns e laue, as nee eh dy bollagh e laare-vooie y ghlenney Bible

mettey boneless, faint-hearted, shaky, supine, weak-minded, yellow: cha bee oo ny smoo enmyssit seyr as mettey Bible; delicate, prim, soft, tender: Yn ven seyr as mettey ny mast' eu nagh jinnagh e cass y choyrt er y laare son moyrn as mettey-ys Bible; frivolous

shassoo lesh come up; stand towards: va ushtey geill magh fo laare y dorrys lesh y niar: son va eddin y thie shassoo lesh y niar Bible; countenance, stand with: Chamoo nee oo shassoo lesh y dooinney boght ayns cooish aggairagh. Bible; stand beside

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