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law (n.) leigh: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; slattys


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applicable law (n.) leigh breeoil

associative law (n.) leigh cocheaghlagh

breast law (n.) leigh ny cleeau

canon law (n.) leigh ny hagglish

club law (n.) reill ny laue lajer

commercial law (n.) leigh hraghtee

common law (n.) leigh chadjin, leigh ny theay

common-law court (n.) quaiyl theayee

criminal law (n.) leigh chimmee

distributive law leigh scarree

divine law (n.) leigh Yee, towse

family law (n.) leigh yn lught-thie

law breaker (n.) brisheyder leigh

law court (n.) quaiylagh

mercantile law (n.) leigh traghtee

moral law (n.) leigh voraltagh

penal law (n.) leigh cherree

poor law (n.) leigh ny moght

practising law leighderaght

punitive law (n.) leigh kerree

statute law (n.) (y) leigh scruit; leigh slattyssagh

according to law rere yn leigh; cordail rish y leigh: What shall we do unto the queen Vashti according to law - Cre nee mayd rish Vashti yn ven-rein cordail rish yleigh Bible

contrary to law (adj.) anleighagh

Crown Law Officer (n.) Oikagh Leigh yn Chrooin

doctor of the law (n.) fer-ynsee jehn leigh

law of nature (n.) leigh y teihill

law of the land (n.) leigh ny cheerey

Manx Public Law (n.) Leigh Theayagh Vanninagh

ordinance of the law (n.) oardaghey yn leigh

tables of the law (npl.) leacyn y leigh

President of the Isle of Man Law Society (n.) Eaghtyrane jeh Sheshaght Leigh Ellan Vannin

accordance3 (n.) (law) rere: In accordance with the law - Rere yn leigh. DF idiom; cordailys: In accordance with the law - Ayns cordailys rish yn leigh. DF idiom

brisheyder leigh law breaker

leigh breeoil (f.) applicable law

leigh chadjin (f.) common law

leigh cherree (f.) penal law

leigh chimmee (f.) criminal law

leigh cocheaghlagh (f.) associative law

leigh hraghtee commercial law

leigh kerree punitive law

leigh scarree (f.) distributive law

leigh slattyssagh (f.) statute law

leigh traghtee (f.) mercantile law

leigh voraltagh (f.) moral law

quaiylagh law court

brother-in-law (n.) braar keeilley, braar 'sy leigh

bye-law fo-leigh; leigh er lheh

by-law fo-leigh; leigh er lheh

daughter-in-law (n.) ben chleuin, 'neen 'sy leigh

father-in-law (n.) ayr 'sy leigh

law-abiding (adj.) biallagh da'n leigh

law-giver (n.) slattyssagh

law-making (v.) coyrt yn leigh; slattysey

mother-in-law (n.) moir 'sy leigh

sister-in-law (n.) ben vraarey, shuyr 'sy leigh

son-in-law (n.) cleuin

ben vraarey (f.) sister-in-law

biallagh da'n leigh law-abiding

braar keeilley brother-in-law

braar 'sy leigh brother-in-law

coyrt yn leigh law-making

leigh ny cleeau (f.) breast law

leigh ny hagglish (f.) canon law

leigh ny moght (f.) poor law

leigh ny theay (f.) common law

leigh yn lught-thie (f.) family law

moir 'sy leigh (f.) mother-in-law

quaiyl theayee (f.) common-law court

shuyr 'sy leigh (f.) sister-in-law

slattysey law-making

anleighagh anomalous, contrary to law, partial, unlawful

cordail rish y leigh according to law

fer-ynsee jehn leigh doctor of the law

leacyn y leigh (f.) tables of the law

leigh er lheh (f.) bye-law, by-law

leigh ny cheerey (f.) law of the land

Leigh Theayagh Vanninagh Manx Public Law

leigh y teihill (f.) law of nature

oardaghey yn leigh ordinance of the law

Oikagh Leigh yn Chrooin Crown Law Officer

reill ny laue lajer club law

rere yn leigh according to law, lawful, legal

cleuin son-in-law: v'eh cleuin da thie Ahab.

abolish (v.) moogh; mooghey; astyral; astyrt; scryssey magh: Let us abolish this law - Lhig dooin scryssey magh yn leigh shoh. JJK idiom

abolished (p.pt.) astyrit; scryssit magh: This law has been abolished - Ta'n leigh shoh er ve scryssit magh. JJK idiom; coyrt naardey

as under myr fo: as under the law - myr fon leigh Bible; myr ta heese

bred (v.) sheelrit; troggit: He was bred to the law - V'eh troggit da'n leigh. DF idiom

doubtless (adv.) gyn dooyt: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; gyn ourys

due appee; cair: Obedience is due to the law - Ta biallys cair da'n leigh. JJK idiom; jeeragh; kiart; kyndagh rish; ry-heet; yn-eeck; cooie

jot (n.) floag: one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law - cha bee un ockle, nyn floag sloo er ny ghoaill veihn leigh; rap

practise (v.) cliaghtaghey, cliaghtey: Practise law - Leigh y chliaghtey. DF idiom; jannoo; cur rish

reputation (n.) ambee; ard-ghoo: a doctor of the law, had in reputation among all the people - fer-ynsee jehn leigh, ayns ard-ghoo mastey ooilley yn pobble Bible; goo; foaynoo

ayr 'sy leigh father-in-law: haink Jethro, ayr 'sy leigh Voses Bible

Eaghtyrane jeh Sheshaght Leigh Ellan Vannin President of the Isle of Man Law Society

fo-leigh bye-law, by-law: Ta fo-leigh foast ayn noi mraane as deiney snaue cooidjagh voish y hraaie Ghoolish. Carn

leigh (f.) pl. leighaghyn pl. leighyn 1 enactment, law a: Ren Moses leigh y harey dooin Bible; 2 respect

leighderaght (f.) litigate, litigation, pleading, practising law: er y gherrid tra hirr meoiryn-shee Vannin er ny h-ughtaryn jeh ynnyd Vanninagh dy scughey veih ny duillagyn oc y chooid smoo jeh tuarystal mychione leighderaght noi politickeyr Manninagh shinsharagh. BS

leigh scruit (y) statute law: Ta soilshaghey obbyr y leigh scruit ayns nyn greeaghyn, nyn gooinsheanseyn myrgeddin gymmyrkey feanish, as nyn smooinaghtyn hene deyrey, ny seyrey ad ec y traa cheddin. Bible

leigh Yee (f.) divine law: As ren Joshua ny goan shoh y scrieu ayns lioar leigh Yee

slattys pl. slattyssyn (law) act; enactment, law, parliamentary act, regulation, statute: Ta mish jannoo slattys ayns dy chooilley rheam jeh my reeriaght Bible; decree

slattyssagh decretory, law-giver, legislative, statutory: S'cosoylagh dy bee ad cummey claar slattyssagh son Ard-whaiyl Albinagh. Carn

according (prep.) (to) coardail; coardail rish: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; reir: According to his wishes - Reir e yeearreeyn. DF idiom; rere: According to his version - Rere yn skeeal echeysyn. DF idiom

forsake (v.) faagail, neuhaaghey; treigeil: thou shalt not forsake him - cha jean oo treigeil eh Bible; dreig; treig: Forsake me not - Ny treig mee Bible; hreigys: But if his children forsake my law - Agh my hreigys yn chloan echey my leigh Bible

land (n.) cheer, farran, thalloo; (gen.) thallooin; (v.) cheet gys y thalloo, cur er cheer, cur er thalloo, goaill cheer, goll er cheer, goll er thalloo; (nyn) dhalloo; (gen.) cheerey: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

punished kerrit: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; smaghtee: And I punished them oft in every synagogue - As smaghtee mee ad dy mennick ayns dy chooilley synagogue Bible

spirit annym; annymoilid; bun as bree: The spirit of this law - Bun as bree yn slattys shoh. DF idiom; creeoilid; inchyn; liggar; rught; scaan: Raise a spirit - Scaan y voostey. DF idiom; spyrryd: The spirit that breathes through his work - Yn spyrryd ta ry-akin 'syn obbyr echey. DF idiom

unto this day derreyn laa tayn jiu: which is upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day - ter kione y lheeasid, derreyn laa tayn jiu Bible; gys y laa jiu: that is the pillar of Rachel's grave unto this day - shen pillar oaie Rachel gys y laa tayn jiu Bible; gys y laa tayn jiu: And Joseph made it a law over the land of Egypt unto this day - As ren Joseph eh ny leigh harrish cheer Egypt, gys y laa tayn jiu Bible

ben chleuin (f.) daughter-in-law: Bee yn ayr noi yn mac, as y mac noi yn ayr; yn voir noi yn inneen, as yn inneen noi yn voir yn voir-'sy-leigh noi e ben chleuin, as y ven-chleuin noi e moir-'sy-leigh. Bible

'neen 'sy leigh (f.) daughter-in-law: son dty inneen-'sy-leigh ta graihagh ort, as ish ny share dhyt na shiaght mec Bible

towse (=Ir. tomhas) pl. towseyn 1 calibre, capacity, dose, gauge, mensuration, mete, rating, size, time, value a: As liorish towse hug eh airh son buird yn arran casherick Bible; 2 (of gold) tit; 3 (n.) divine law; 4 (v.) mark off, measure out, weigh out, measure, weigh, size up, sum up, summing up, ponder

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