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lag cumrail; shenn-phryssoonagh; soailley

Lag Hollow

lag See lhag ill, loose, slack, weak: Ta lag ghailley echey. DF; (n.) pl. lig pit


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magnetic lag cumrail vagnaidagh

time lag (n.) anchaslys traa, eddyr-lhing

Dalby Lag Glen Farm Hollow

Lag Bane White Hollow

Lag Bwoaillee Fold Hollow

Lag Creggan Rocky Hollow

Lag Dhoan Brown Hollow

Lag Keeill Church Hollow

Lag ny Cailleeyn Hags' Hollow

Lag ny Darragh Oak Hollow

Lag ny Grianane Sunny Hollow

Lag ny Maarliagh Thief's Hollow

Lag ny Shune Rushy Hollow

Lag ny Traagh Hay Hollow

Lag ny Villey Tree Hollow

Lag y Vollagh Old Road Hollow

Lag y Wyllin Lagavullin

lag-chreeys sadness: Hug eh lag-chreeys orrym DF

Brown Hollow (n.) Lag Dhoan

Hollow (n.) Slogh, Lag, Coan

Lagavullin (n.) Lag y Wyllin

Rocky Hollow (n.) Lag Creggan

anchaslys traa time lag

cumrail vagnaidagh (f.) magnetic lag

eddyr-lhing time lag

lag-chredjue weak belief: Nish cre erbee'n lag-chredjue t'ayd's jeh Jee mychione e phooar 's e chreenaght PC

lag-laynt (f.) ill health, indisposition: Hug eh foill er lag-laynt son y voghtynid echey. DF

shenn-phryssoonagh gaolbird, jailbird, lag

chap-fallen lag-chreeagh

Glen Farm Hollow (n.) Dalby Lag

Hags' Hollow (n.) Lag ny Cailleeyn

ill fortune (n.) lag-haghyrt, lhag-haghyrt

ill health (n.) drogh-laynt; lag-laynt: He set his poverty down to ill health - Hug eh foill er lag-laynt son y voghtynid echey. DF idiom

indigestion (n.) lag-ghailley

mentally deficient (adj.) lag-hastagh

retarded jei-cheeayllagh; lag-hastagh; streeanit

retarded person (n.) lag-hushtagh

Rushy Hollow (n.) Lag ny Shune

Sunny Hollow (n.) Lag ny Grianane

Thief's Hollow (n.) Lag ny Maarliagh

thin-skinned (adj.) lag-chrackanagh

toneless (adj.) lag-vreeagh, meayll

weak1 (adj.) annoonagh, faase, feiosagh, lag

weak belief (n.) lag-chredjue

weak-eyed (adj.) kyagh, lag-hooillagh

weak-hearted (adj.) lag-chreeagh, lag-chreeaghtagh

weak-kneed (adj.) lag-ghlioonagh, lag-spyrrydagh

weak-minded (adj.) lag-hushtagh, lag-inchynagh, mettey

weak-sighted (adj.) lag-hooillagh, lag-reaytagh

lag-chairail (f.) improvidence

lag-chrackanagh thin-skinned

lag-chreeagh chap-fallen, weak-hearted

lag-chreeaghtagh weak-hearted

lag-geinnee sandpit

lag-ghailley indigestion

lag-ghlioonagh weak-kneed

lag-haghyrt ill fortune

lag-hastagh ignorant, mentally deficient, retarded

lag-hastaght mental deficiency

lag-hooillagh weak-eyed, weak-sighted

lag-hushtagh idiot, ignorant, retarded person, weak in head, weak-minded

lag-hushtey simplicity

lag-hushtid idiotism

lag-hustagh simpleton

lag-inchynagh weak in head, weak-minded

lag-lauee idle; useless

lag-laueys idleness

lag-layntagh indisposed, infirm; (n.) invalid

lag-reaytagh weak-sighted

lag-spyrrydagh weak-kneed

lag-vreagh impotent

lag-vree languor

lag-vreeagh languorous, toneless

Church Hollow (n.) Lhag ny Killey, Lag Keeill

Fold Hollow (n.) Lhag Woaillee, Lhag Bwoaillee, Lag Bwoaillee

Hay Hollow (n.) Lag ny Traagh, Coan Traagh

idiotism (n.) lag-hushtid, moal-hushtid, thootid; bolvanid

improvidence (n.) jummalys, jummallys, lag-chairail, neuchairailys, neufarrysthie

invalid annoonagh; asslayntagh; gyn vree; lag-layntagh

languorous (adj.) annooin, lag-vreeagh, lhiastey, shymlagh

mental deficiency (n.) gortey keeaylley, lag-hastaght

Oak Hollow (n.) Lag ny Darragh, Lhag Darragh

Old Road Hollow (n.) Lag y Vollagh

sandpit (n.) towl geinnee, slogh geinnee; lag-geinnee

simpleton (n.) blebbin, bolvane, giare-cheeayllagh, lag-hustagh, thoot

Tree Hollow (n.) Lag ny Villey, Coan y Villey

weak in head (adj.) lag-hushtagh; lag-inchynagh

White Hollow (n.) Lhag Vane, Coan Bane, Lag Bane

indisposition (n.) aslaynt, lag-laynt, lhiastid; eighid, doghan, asslaynt, chingys, neuarryltys

languor (n.) annoonid, lag-vree, laggid, lhiastid, meillid, shymlid

slack bog, lag; lhaggagh; lhaggid; lhiggey lesh hene; melley; moal; myngheayl

useless (adj.) dyn ymmyd, neuymmydagh, neuymmydoil, gyn foaynoo, neuchlaghtagh, lag-lauee

soailley bind, lag, lagging, swaddle, swathe, swathing, wrap, wrapper

ignorant (adj.) almoragh: How ignorant they are! - S'almoragh ad! DF idiom; anoayllagh, lag-hastagh, lag-hushtagh, meehushtagh, neuhoiggalagh, neuhoiggaltagh, neuynsit

indisposed aslane; aslaynt: Are you indisposed? - Vel shiu aslaynt? JJK idiom; lag-layntagh

infirm (adj.) asslayntagh; corragh; lag-layntagh; neufondagh; neuhickyr; giare-heihllagh; annoon; lhag; faase

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

pit1 (n.) lag, jeeig; niurin; oaie; guag; ooig; slogh: Inspection pit - Slogh ronsee. DF idiom

simplicity (n.) aashaght, feerid, lag-hushtey, macainys, meecheeayl, meecheeayll, meehushtey, neuchialgys, onid, ônid, thootid, mee-hushtey

cumrail (f.) dally, delay, detain, deter, encumber, encumbrance, hinder, hindrance, lag, loiter, loitering, obstruction, prevent: cha jean my haualtys cumrail

idiot (n.) bleb, bolvane, lag-hushtagh, meecheeayllagh, moal-hushtagh, ommidan: He's a perfect idiot ! - T'eh ny slane ommidan! DF idiom; thoot

idle jannoo veg; lag-lauee; lhiastagh; liastey, lhiastey: These boys are not idle - Cha nel ny guillyn shoh liastey. JJK idiom; litcheragh; naggyr; rea-chassey; soailchaghey; speilleigagh; (nyn) daaue: They are idle - T'ad nyn daaue. DF idiom; (ny) haaue: An idle hand will get nothing - Cha vow laue ny taaue veg. DF idiom; (ny) taaue: She is idle - T'ee ny taaue. DF idiom

idleness (n.) lag-laueys, lhiastid, litcheraght, litcherys, soaillaght, meerioose; mee-rioose: and through idleness of the hands the house droppeth through - as trooid mee-rioose ny laueyn tan faarn shilley trooid y chlea Bible

ill (adj., adv.) aslane, aslayntagh, doghanagh, doogh, lag, moal, sie; drogh: It's an ill wind that blows nobody good - She drogh gheay nagh sheid mie da pagh ennagh. JJK idiom; ching: She is dangerously ill - T'ee ching dy-danjeyragh. JJK idiom; olk: He speaks ill of nobody - Cha nel eh loayrt dy-olk mysh pagh erbee. JJK idiom

sadness (n.) anghennallys, drogh-yien, lag-chreeys, neuvaynrys, seiyjaght; trimshey: There is an air of sadness here - Ta cummey trimshey aynshoh. DF idiom

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