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lead1 (v.) coyrt, cur, leeideil, leeideill, lhomey laue, scair, shiaullee, stiurey, toshiaght, reaghey; leeid: Lead the way, please, and I will follow you - Leeid yn raad my sailliu, as eiyrym erriu. JJK idiom; cur er: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom; (n.) caabyl, streir, yeeal, ard-ayrn; (suf.) -toshee

lead2 (n.) (Min.) leoaie: Lead is grey - Ta leoaie lheeah. JJK idiom

lead3 (v.) (to); (dy ve) ec y toshiaght; (dy ve) er toshiaght


Inexact matches:

black lead (n.) leoaie ghoo; penn leoaie

lead acetate (n.) shugyr leoaie

lead away (v.) cur shaghey; leeideil ersooyl

lead back (v.) leeid er ash

lead beater (n.) bwoalteyr leoaie

lead colic (n.) chingys leoaie

lead foil (n.) scroggyl leoaie

lead in leeid stiagh; streng leeideilagh; streng neose

lead line (n.) tead suntal

lead mine (n.) meain leoaie

lead monoxide (n.) clagh argid

lead off (v.) leeideil ersooyl, toshiaghey

Lead on (impv) Er oaie

lead on (y) volley

lead out (v.) leeideil magh

lead-out train (n.) strane-leeideilys

lead oxide (n.) leoaie yiarg

lead poisoning (n.) pyshoonaght leoaie

lead shot (n.) grine leoaie

lead up (v.) goll seose; leeideil seose

lead worker (n.) obbree leoaie

lead works (n.) mwyllin leoaie

red lead (n.) leoaie yiarg

sheet lead (n.) leac leoaie, leoaie lhean

sounding lead (m.) leoaie

white lead (n.) leoaie ghial, leoaie vane

window lead (n.) leoaie uinnag

yellow lead (n.) leoaie vuigh

cover with lead (v.) cur leoaie er

I would lead jeeaghin: I would lead thee - Jeeaghin dhyt y raad Bible

lead in tube (n.) feddan stiagh

lead medical staff (n.) skimmee-lhee-toshee

sugar of lead (n.) shugyr leoaiey

leoaie (f.) lead, leaden, plumbic, sounding lead: lhie eh yn talent leoaie er y veeal echey Bible; (Min.) lead

leoaie yiarg (f.) lead oxide, red lead

leeideil ersooyl abduct, abduction, lead away, lead off: bee Israel son shickyrys er ny leeideil ersooyl nyn gappee Bible

ard-ayrn lead, star part

bwoalteyr leoaie lead beater

chingys leoaie (f.) lead colic

er toshiaght2 (dy ve); (to) to lead

grine leoaie (f.) lead shot

leac leoaie (f.) sheet lead

leeideil seose lead up

leeid stiagh lead in

leoaie ghial (f.) white lead

leoaie lhean (f.) sheet lead

leoaie vane (f.) white lead

leoaie vuigh (f.) yellow lead

lhomey laue lead

mwyllin leoaie lead works

obbree leoaie lead worker

pyshoonaght leoaie lead poisoning

scair lead

scroggyl leoaie lead foil

shugyr leoaie lead acetate

skimmee-lhee-toshee lead medical staff

streng leeideilagh (f.) lead in

streng neose (f.) lead in

tead suntal lead line

volley (y) lead on

lead-covered fo vrat leoaie

lead-mine (n.) meain leoaie

clagh argid (f.) litharge, lead monoxide

feddan stiagh lead in tube

fo vrat leoaie lead-covered

leeid er ash lead back

leoaie ghoo (f.) black lead, plumbago

meain leoaie (f.) lead-mine, lead mine

shugyr leoaiey sugar of lead

strane-leeideilys lead-out train

cur leoaie er cover with lead

leoaie uinnag (f.) came, window lead, window leads

grey1 glassyntee; keerid; lheeah: Lead is grey - Ta leoaie lheeah. JJK idiom

caabyl (=Ir. cábla) cable, cablegram, hawser, lead: Yn caabyl y hayrn stiagh. DF

cur shaghey lead away, parry, put off, refer back

Er oaie (impv) Lead on: Er oaie lesh y daunse! DF

jeeaghin I would lead, I would show: Jeeaghin dhyt y raad Bible

leeideill lead: Quoi nee m'y leeideill gys yn ard-valley lajer Bible

leeideil magh lead out: ren Joab leeideil magh ny reih deiney caggee Bible

penn leoaie black lead, pencil: Cur lhiu penn-leoaie hym JJK

streir lead, leash: Hug eh yn vuc er streir. DF

astray (adv.) chailjey; er shaghryn: Do not lead me astray - Ny chur er shaghryn mee. DF idiom; shaghrynys

heavier (adj.) trimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

heaviest (adj.) strimmey: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

iron (n.) glass; (v.) smoodal, yiarnal, yiarney, yiarnaghey; (n.) yiarn: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

I will follow eiyrym: Lead the way, please, and I will follow you - Leeid yn raad my sailliu, as eiyrym erriu. JJK idiom

metal (n.) claghyn brisht, meain; (v.) macadamaghey; metal: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

platinum (n.) platinum; plateen; platin: Iron is heavy, lead is heavier, platinum is the heaviest metal - Ta yiarn trome, ta leoaie ny strimmey, ta platin yn metal s'trimmey. JJK idiom

spoke (n.) doarnane; spake; loayr: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom

coyrt bring, communicate, lead, service; give, giving, hand over, donate: t'ou uss coyrt dty vollaght er Bible; giveth

cur (=Ir. cuir) add, communicate, consign, lay, lead, putting, render, site, send; give, place, put: Gow saagh, as cur lane omer dy vanna ayn Bible; giveth [O.Ir. cor]

ec y toshiaght 1 (dy ve); (to) to lead; 2 at the beginning a: Nagh vel shiu er lhaih, eshyn chroo ad ec y toshiaght, dy chroo eh ad fyrrynagh as bwoirrynagh? Bible

goll seose ascendant, ascent, go up, lead up, mount, run: yiow baase er y chronk, huggey t'ou goll seose Bible; ascending, mounting; (wind) veer; (south to west) wester

leeid 1 clue, cue, pointer; 2 lead a: Leeid mee, O Hiarn, ayns dty chairys, kyndagh rish my noidyn Bible

leeidagh insinuative; would lead: Son marish nyn greeaghyn moaldey hene, leeidagh shin gys peccah, ta drogh spyrrydyn ayn ta kinjagh aarloo dyn miolagh gys olk, as jin hene cha vel pooar ain dy haghney yn goanlys oc. CS

leeideil (as team) captain; conduct, direct, lead, leading: Ta kiarail y dooinney jeidjagh leeideil gys sonnys Bible

reaghey 1 arbitrate, arrange, brush out, decide, decision, determine, disentangle, disentanglement, edit, lead, order, organise, organising, organize, rid, settlement, umpire a: as nagh vod ve er ny reaghey liorish ny briwnyn Bible; 2 (as hair) set

shiaullee lead; of sailing: myr shen deeck eh yn leagh-shiaullee, as hie eh er boayrd Bible; navigable

stiurey (=Ir. stiúradh) 1 administration, command, control, controllability, direct, direction, guidance, guide, handle, handling, helm, lead, manage, manipulate, manipulation, navigate, navigation, pilot, piloting, regulate, regulation, rudder, steer, steering, superintendence, supervise, supervision a: Ta ny ymmyrtee ayd's er dty stiurey fud tonnyn gaueagh Bible; 2 (as team) captain

-toshee (suf.) lead, first: Vasy derrey vaskad figgyn feer vie, eer casley rish figgyn appee yn vess toshee Bible

toshiaghey begin, commence, initiate, lead off, set forth, set in, start, starting: Ta mee toshiaghey dy yannoo eh. DF

toshiaght (f.) (of ship) bow; beginning, commencement, curtain raiser, dawn, fore, forefront, forepart, forestalling, genesis, getaway, inception, initiation, lead, opening, outset, preliminary, start: veih toshiaght gys jerrey kerraghey er y noid Bible; (of pain) threshold; onset

yeeal (f.) pl. yeeallyn lace, lead, leash, thong: Moddey y chur er yeeal ghiare. DF; lash: Veagh fer elley gra, Gow thie, as yeeal yn ven myr boallagh oo. Coraa

manner (n.) aght: He spoke in such a manner, as to lead us to think that he was quite innocent - Loayr eh er lheid yn aght, myr dy chur orrin smooinaghtyn dy row eh slane oney. JJK idiom; beasid; mayk; monney; oash

cur er 1 apply, ascribe, compel, devolve, don, force, impose, induce, inflict, lead, oblige, persuade, turn on a: Cur er dty harvaant dy ghoaill taitnys ayns shen ny ta mie Bible; 2 affectation; 3 on occasion; 4 affectedness; 5 imposition; 6 causing: As glare dty veeal myr y feeyn share, son my ghraih ta goll sheese dy blaystal, cur er ny meillyn cadlagh dy loayrt Bible; 7 placed

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