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leagh (f.) pl. leaghyn consideration, cost, fee, midway, payment, price, recompense, remuneration, reward, valuation, worth: Shoh vees leagh nyn moyrn Bible


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argid leagh prize money

cooilleeney leagh-assee (legal) damages

erskyn leagh inestimable, invaluable, priceless: T'ad erskyn leagh. DF

feer leagh real value

gyn leagh unremunerative, unrequited, unrewarded; invaluable: Cha beagh ad coointit monney ec y traa t'ayn jiu, agh va shinyn cho vaynrey maroo as by beagh ad cliegeenyn as giootyn gyn leagh. JG

leagh barganeagh bargain price

leagh brash excess fare

leagh brishee discount price

leagh broakeyrys brokerage

leagh cooie reasonable price: Va'n leagh cooie. DF

leagh dooraght discount price

leagh ennymagh face value, nominal value

leagh erbashtal brilliant value

leagh feayslee ransom

leagh injil bargain price

leagh kimmeeys proceeds of crime

leagh leighder lawyer's fee

leagh lught freightage

leagh margee market price, sale value: Tuittym 'sy leagh margee. DF

leagh mooar high price, precious: Ny lhig-jee veue, er-y-fa shen, yn dunnallys eu, nyn gour ta leagh mooar dy chooilleeney. Bible

leagh post postage paid

leagh roie sweepstake

leagh seyr meed

leagh shiaullee passage money

leagh s'inshley bedrock price

leagh toshee opening price, starting price

leagh troailt fare

leagh trome high price

leagh ymmyrkee (bearing) carriage; cartage

ard ayns leagh high priced

coontey fo'n leagh underrate

cur leagh da (v.) reward: Lhig dooin cur leagh da e yeeanid. JJK

cur leagh er appraise, assess, evaluate, initiate, price, value: Tra t'ad cur leagh er thalloo, t'ad goaill magh ny h-ayrnyn smoo scanshoil jeh ny barganeyn dy yannoo un docamad, shaghney yn feme son bundeil dy varganeyn. BS

cur leagh ro ard er overvalue

cur yn leagh er prosecute

leagh er argid sheese cash price

leagh ro ard overcharge

leagh shey pingyn sixpennyworth

reir yn leagh ad valorem

ver leagh da shall reward

reward (v.) jiyltys, eeck; (n.) faill, toilchin, unnysup; sollaghey-laue; leagh: I shall reward you and your brother - Verym leagh diuish as da nyn mraar. JJK idiom; cur leagh da: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom

bargain price (n.) leagh barganeagh; leagh injil

discount price (n.) leagh brishee; leagh dooraght

invaluable (adj.) erskyn leagh, erskyn prios, gyn leagh

price (v.) cur leagh er, cur prios er, prioseil; (n.) prios, price; sheeagh; leagh: If the price were moderate - Mannagh beagh yn leagh rouyr. JJK idiom

high price (n.) ard-leagh; deyrid; deyrsnys; leagh mooar; leagh trome; prios mooar; prios trome

bedrock price (n.) leagh s'inshley

brilliant value (n.) leagh erbashtal

brokerage (n.) broakeyrys, leagh broakeyrys

carriage2 (n.) (bearing) leagh ymmyrkee

evaluate (v.) cur leagh er

excess fare (n.) leagh brash

face value (n.) leagh ennymagh

freightage (n.) leagh lught

lawyer's fee (n.) leagh leighder

market price (n.) leagh margee

meed (n.) leagh seyr

nominal value (n.) leagh ennymagh

opening price (n.) leagh toshee

passage money (n.) leagh shiaullee

priceless (adj.) ard-leagharagh, erskyn leagh

reasonable price (n.) leagh cooie

remuneration (n.) leagh

sale value (n.) leagh margee

shall reward cooilleenee; ver leagh da: I shall reward you and your brother - Verym leagh diuish as da nyn mraar. JJK idiom

sixpennyworth (n.) leagh shey pingyn

starting price (n.) leagh toshee

sweepstake (n.) cronchor, leagh roie

unrewarded (adj.) gyn leagh

ad valorem (adv.) reir yn leagh

consideration (n.) frioose; geill: We have it under consideration - Ta shin cur geill da. DF idiom; leagh: He did it for a consideration - Ren eh son leagh eh. DF idiom; sursmooinaght: After due consideration - Erreish da sursmooinaght cooie. DF idiom; tastey; thort

damages2 (n.) (legal) cooilleeney leagh-assee

half-fare (n.) lieh-leagh

half-price (adv.) lieh-leagh

high priced ard ayns leagh

inestimable (adj.) erskyn leagh; erskyn prios

one price (n.) un-leagh

price list (n.) leagh-listey

proceeds of crime (npl.) leagh kimmeeys

real value (n.) feer leagh, jarroo-leagh

top price (n.) lane-leagh

top-price (n.) lane-leagh

unrequited (adj.) gyn leagh, neuchooileenit, neuchorrym

valuation (n.) priceil; feeuid; leagh; prioseilys

ard-leagh dearness, high price

bun-leagh reserve price

jarroo-leagh real value

lane-leagh top-price, top price

leagh-listey price list

lieh-leagh half-fare, half-price

mooar-leagh valuable; precious: Son liorish drogh-ven ta dooinney tayrnit sheese gys boghtynid: as nee ben adultrinagh shelg son y vioys mooar-leagh. Bible

un-leagh one price

appraise (v.) cur leagh er; prioseil; sess, sessal

cartage (n.) cairtey, costys cairtee, leagh ymmyrkee

cash price (n.) argid sheese, leagh er argid sheese

dearness (n.) ard-leagh; ennoilid; deyrid; keainid; graih

overcharge (n.) leagh ro ard, rolught; (v.) rolughtey

overvalue (v.) cur leagh ro ard er

postage paid leagh post; postys eeckit

precious (adj.) braew, ennoil, leagh mooar, leaghar, leagharagh; costal: he gave also to her brother and to her mother precious things - hug eh myrgeddin dan vraar as y voir eck cowraghyn costal Bible; goaun: And the word of the Lord was precious in those days - As va goon Chiarn goaun ayns ny laghyn shen Bible; deyr: because my soul was precious in thine eyes this day - er-yn-oyr dy row my vioys deyr ayns dty hilley er y laa shoh Bible; costalagh, costallagh: with the precious stones - marish ny claghyn costalagh Bible; mooar-leagh: and the adultress will hunt for the precious life - as nee ben adultrinagh shelg son y vioys mooar-leagh Bible

prize money (n.) argid cosnee, argid leagh

reserve price (n.) bun-leagh, freayll, freaylley, tashtey

unremunerative (adj.) gyn eeck, gyn leagh, neuhoyrtagh, neuleaghagh

cadee cotton: B'loo yn leagh v'er cadee. DF

assess (v.) cur keesh er; cur leagh er; sess; sessal; (to); (dy) hessal

fee (n.) faill, feu, foilliu, jeeilley, leagh, tailley; (v.) geeck tailley da

initiate (v.) cur leagh er, doltey, lhiggey stiagh, toshiaghey; (n.) doltanagh

underrate (v.) coontey fo'n 'eeuid, coontey fo'n leagh, soiaghey beg jeh

deeck paid: deeck eh yn leagh-shiaullee Bible

dear deyr: That's not dear as things go - Cha nel shen deyr son y leagh t'er reddyn nish. DF idiom; prisoil; ennoil; graih, graihagh; meen: Dear friend - Charrey veen. DF idiom; (voc.) veen; tarrish

discount (n.) argid brishee; dooraght: Price subject to five percent discount - Leagh as queig 'sy cheead dooraghtry gheddyn. DF idiom; (v.) cur dooraght er, jannoo beg jeh

enquired hir; deysht; vrie: He enquired the price of it - Vrie eh cre'n leagh v'er. DF idiom

fare faarjey; faill; farrail; farral; leagh troailt; tailley: Return fare - Tailley fillit. DF idiom

general (n.) kionfenee: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom; general; cadjinys; (adj.) cadjin

midway leagh; lieh-raad: Midway between Douglas and Ramsey - Lieh raad eddyr Doolish as Rhumsaa. DF idiom

payment (n.) eeck: He is pushing me for payment - T'eh crowal orrym son eeck. DF idiom; eeckys; leagh; cooilleen

prosecute (v.) cliaghtey, shual; cur yn leagh er: Prosecute an action - Cooish leigh y chur er oai. DF idiom

ransom (v.) cur er feaysley, feaysley er; (n.) leagh feayslee; ransom, ransun; lhiasaghey: I have found a ransom. - ta mee er gheddyn lhiasaghey Bible

recompense cooilleen, cooilleeney; leagh; lhiasagh: Your fist is your recompense - Ta dty lhiasagh dty ghoarn. DF idiom; lhiasaghey

valour (n.) erroort; treanid: A good general knows how to reward his soldiers' valour - Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK idiom

valuable (adj.) costal; deyr; feeu; feeuoil; foaysagh; leaghagh; leaghar; leagharagh; mooar-leagh; priosoil; ymmydoil

value (v.) cur leagh er, feeaghey, priceil, prioseil; (n.) feeagh; foaynoo; frioose, prioseilaght, towse; feeuid: When you're well, you little know the value of health - Tra ta fer slane; s'beg shione da feeuid slaynt. JJK idiom

zeal (n.) chiass jeean, eadolys, eadolid, graih jeean, graih vaanrit ayns craueeaght; jeeanid: Let us reward his zeal - Lhig dooin cur leagh da e yeeanid. JJK idiom

adultrinagh adulterer, adulterous: nee ben adultrinagh shelg son y vioys mooar-leagh. Bible

ben adultrinagh (f.) adulteress: nee ben adultrinagh shelg son y vioys mooar-leagh Bible

gortys brackishness; sourness: Ta fer ayn ta gaase berchagh liorish imnea as gortys; as shoh leagh e cronney Apoc

kione-fenee (of cause) champion; leader: Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK

Laa Souney All Hallow's Day, Hollantide Day: Bee "Coraa Ghailckagh" er ny coyrt magh Laa Boaldyn as Laa Souney, ta'n leagh lieh-chroon dagh vlein. Coraa

labbree 1 hireling a: myr ta'n labbree jeeaghyn son leagh e obbyr Bible; 2 bearers: Ta niart ny labbree er vailleil fo'n errey Bible

Laksey (f.) Laxey: Ghow shinyn ass Feeagh Odin arrane reesht arraneyn myr "Queeyl Laksey", "Cur dou yn Leagh Troailt gys Laksey" Cur dou yn Argid Barroose dys Laksey? GK [Scand]

Queeyl Laksey Laxey Wheel: Ghow shinyn ass Feeagh Odin arrane reesht arraneyn myr "Queeyl Laksey", "Cur dou yn Leagh Troailt gys Laksey" Cur dou yn Argid Barroose dys Laksey? GK

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

soilshey yn laa daylight: As yiow ad yn leagh dy vee-chairys, myr adsyn ta goaill taitnys dy eiyrt er y rouanys oc ayns soilshey yn laa Bible

sollaghey-laue corruption, gift, reward: ta'n prince geearree leagh, as yn briw shirrey sollaghey-laue Bible

Souney November; (gen.) of November: Bee "Coraa Ghailckagh" er ny coyrt magh Laa Boaldyn as Laa Souney, ta'n leagh lieh-chroon dagh vlein. Coraa

'sy lieen netted; in the net: Hooar shin shiaght braddanyn 'sy lieen as ren shin creck ad gys y marchan son queig skillinyn as daeed - va shen leagh feer vie neesht. Coraa

treanid braveness, doughtiness, exploit, feat, heroics, might, starkness, strength, valiantness, valour: Ta fys ec kione-fenee mie kys dy chur leagh da treanid e hidooryn. JJK

cost costal; costys: Cost price - Costys kionnee. DF idiom; leagh; chost: of that which doth cost me nothing - jeh shen nagh chost veg dou Bible; cost: have we eaten at all of the king's cost? - vel shin er veaghey eddyr ec cost y ree? Bible

worth feeagh: The lace is worth half-a-crown a yard - Ta'n laatchey feeagh lieh-chrooin yn stundayrt. JJK idiom; feeu: A good patriot is worth his weight in gold - Sheeu fer-dooie mie e hrimmid ayns airh. JJK idiom; feeuid; foaynoo; leagh; sheeagh

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