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large (adj.) mooadagh; rooymoil


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extraordinarily large frangagh

large brood (n.) scuitch mooar

large number lab; lansh

large quantity (n.) lansh, loundyr, skyoll

large slice (n.) scon

large snowball (n.) muc niaghtee, thummid sniaghtee

large snowflake (n.) keshag

large wave (n.) faarkey

Large White (n.) Baneag Vooar

too large ro vooar: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

as large as that wheesh shen

large grain powder (n.) poodyr garroo

large grey lichen (n.) cleaysh lheeah

large in circumference riurid

large-leaved lime tree (n.) theiley duillag vooar

large piece of timber (n.) bolk

large red damselfly (n.) snaid-veg yiarg liauyr

large salient eyes (npl.) boghooillyn mooarey

on a large scale dy mooar

Place of Large Gorse (n.) Conney Frangagh

rock nearer large one (n.) clet

lansh great deal, large number, large quantity, lot

Baneag Vooar Large White

lab large number, lot

muc niaghtee (f.) large snowball

scon large slice

large-breasted (adj.) sheeinagh, stoamey

large-calibred mooar-howshanagh

large-eared (adj.) cleayshagh

large-hearted (adj.) mooar-chreeagh

large-minded (adj.) lhean-aignagh

large-mindedness (n.) lheead aigney

large-nosed (adj.) stronnagh

large-thighed (adj.) shleayshtagh

boghooillyn mooarey large salient eyes

lhean-aignagh broad-minded, large-minded

lheead aigney broad-mindedness, large-mindedness

mooar-howshanagh large-calibred, outsize

poodyr garroo large grain powder

sheeinagh large-breasted; teated

shleayshtagh large-thighed

thummid sniaghtee (of snow) bank; large snowball

cleayshagh aural, eared, large-eared, lugged

cleaysh lheeah (f.) large grey lichen, mouse-eared chickweed

clet (f.) obstacle, rock nearer large one, submerged reef

Conney Frangagh Place of Large Gorse

keshag (f.) bunch, curl, curled lock, large snowflake; (tuft of hair) crest

loundyr heavy catch, heavy load, large quantity

mooadagh bulky, expansionist, large, quantitative, sizeable

mooar-chreeagh (=Ir. moirchriodhach) big-hearted, brave-hearted, greathearted, large-hearted; bighearted

snaid-veg yiarg liauyr (f.) large red damselfly

stronnagh large-nosed, nasal, stertorous; nosed

frangagh 1 foreign, outlandish, strange a: Ta oashyn Frangagh echey. DF; 2 extraordinarily large

scuitch mooar large brood: Scuitch mooar dy chloan. DF

theiley duillag vooar large-leaved lime tree; (large-leaved) lime

carn (n.) carn: A large heap is made from little stones - Ta carn mooar jeant jeh claghyn beggey. DF idiom; carnane: Sand bank - Carnane geinnee. DF idiom; lhiaght

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

heap carn, carnane: A large heap is made from little stones - Ta carn mooar jeant jeh claghyn beggey. DF idiom; (n.) butt, crannag, dash, torr; (v.) carnanaghey, chummal, torry

I will build trogym; trog-ym: I will build me a wide house and large chambers - Trog-ym dou hene thie mooar as shamyryn lhean Bible

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

too close ro hionn: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

too small (adj.) ro veg: You write too large, too small, too close - T'ou screeu ro vooar, ro veg, ro hionn. JJK idiom

walnut tree (n.) billey galchro: Yesterday evening this large walnut tree fell down - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. - Huitt yn billey-galchro mooar shoh sheese fastyr jea. JJK idiom

bolk large piece of timber: Ghow dew caartyn jeant jeh bolk as daa wheeyl vooarey. Dhoor; longline

dy mooar greatly, on a large scale, very much: Neem's dy mooar bishaghey dty hrimshey Bible

faarkee of bathing; large wave: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

riurid (f.) corpulence, large in circumference, overweight, stoutness, thickness: lhig da'n annym eu goaill soylley ayns riurid. Bible; fatness; fat

rooymoil large, roomy: cre cho rooymoil 's ta cooyrtyn y Jee mooar dy vow'n theay ooilley ayndoo rooym dy liooar. Bible

skyoll (f.) abundance, flourish, large quantity, lot; shoal: Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF

wheesh shen as large as that, as much as that: Cre raad yiow mayd wheesh shen dy arran 'syn aasagh Bible

number cooid vooar; coontey; dreaght; dreeaght; earroo: There was a large number of people there - Va earroo mooar dy leih aynshen. DF idiom; figgyr; meer; scuitch: She had a number of children - Va scuitch dy phaitchyn eck. DF idiom; (v.) cur earroo er; earrooaghey

posterity (n.) mooinjer ry heet; sliught; sheeloghe: That neither they nor any of their posterity should - Nagh b'lhiass edyr daue hene ny da veg jeh nyn heeloghe. DF idiom; sluight: He left a large posterity behind - Daag eh sluight mooar ny yei. DF idiom

faarkey (=Ir. farraige, Sc.G. fairge) pl. faarkaghyn billow, breaker, large wave, ocean, sea, swell: denmys Jee yn thalloo chirrym Ooir; as chaglym cooidjagh ny ushtaghyn denmys eh Faarkaghyn Bible; (to) bathe, bathe in sea: shegin da niee e eaddagh, as faarkey eh hene ayns ushtey Bible [O.Ir. fairrge]

ro vooar too big: Er y fa dy vel Mooinjer Veggey er n'aase ro vooar dooin ta gobbragh nastee da dy reayll rick er ta shalee noa ec y ving dy chur er bun startey slane-traa son oaseir vees cur cooney as ynsaghey Dhoor; too large

stoamey curvaceous, dashing, fair, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, personable, shapely: hoie eh magh er e hon shamyr stoamey Bible; (person) well-formed, large-breasted, well-proportioned; fine; stately; smasher; goodly; comely

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