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lheim 1 bounce, bound, buck, embrace, hop, jump, limp, lope, pant, pounce, spring, start, tup, vault; 2 leap a: Myr feiyr fainee er mullagh sleityn nee ad lheim Bible; 3 leaping, jumping, starting a: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht Bible; 4 skippedst a: Son neayrs loayr oo jeh, tou lheim son boggey Bible; 5 leaped; 6 skip

lheïm leap, skip: Ren ny sleityn lheïm myr reaghyn: as ny croink veggey myr eayin Bible


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jannoo bock-lheim buck-jump

lheim ard high jump

lheim braddan salmon leap

lheim eeanlee flush

lheim er serving

lheim ergooyl recoil

Lheim Feeaih Deer Leap

lheim foddey long jump

lheim harrish jump across

lheim kiare-chassagh curvet

lheim laue handspring, vault

lheim liauyr long jump

lheim magh bail out; jump out: Agh ec yn un cheayrt haink screeaghyn veih cheu elley ny brooie as doaltattym lheim magh ben waagh as scollag aeg lieh-rooisht, as ersooyl lhieu gyn scuirr lesh dy chooilley hiyr. GB

lheim maidjey pole jump

lheim mygeayrt jump about: T'eh cur magh yn ennal ass e veeal myr strooanyn aile, as myr smarageyn aile lheim mygeayrt. Bible

lheim roie running jump

lheim seose jump out

lheim shuddyragh scissor jump

lheim stiagh jump in: Shoh olk dy liooar, agh c'red ta goll er haghyr tra ta my heshey lheim stiagh ayns y lhiabbee? Dhoor

lheim ushtey cascade, water jump

corlheim skibbag as lheim hop skip and jump

Creg y Lheim Rock Leap

lheim ass yn ushtey (of whale) breach

lheim er ash fly back

lheim er mooin mount

lheim er y laair serving the mare

lheim ny hassoo jump out, spring up

lheim seose lane corree fly up

lheim 'syn aer spring up

Lheim y Chynee Foxes Leap

skip corlheim; corlheimyraght; corlheimeraght; (n.) kishan, skibbag; skibbagh: Hop, skip and jump - Corlheim, skibbag as lheim. DF idiom; skibbylt; (v.) bruiskinaght; lheim, lheïm: Skip over a page - Duillag y lheim. DF idiom

leap flipperaght; lheim, lheïm: Leap year - Blein lheim. JJK idiom; lheimmey; lheimyragh; soutaghey

jump out (v.) lheim ny hassoo, lheim seose

long jump (n.) lheim foddey, lheim liauyr, lheimmey, lheimyragh

spring up (v.) cheet er ash; gobbey neese; lheim ny hassoo; lheim 'syn aer

jump1 lheim: Hop, skip and jump - Corlheim, skibbag as lheim. DF idiom; lhiemmey; moostaghyn

leaped lheimmit; lheim: He leaped over the river - Lheim eh harrish yn awin. DF idiom

lope (v.) lheim: To lope along - Dy gholl er oaie lesh lheim. DF idiom

vault (v.) cur aae er; lheim laue, lheimyragh, lheim; (n.) shamyr hickyr, shamyr lajer fo halloo, aae

bail out (v.) lheim magh

bound1 (v.) cagliaghey, kianglit; goll lesh: Ship bound for England - Lhong goll lesh Sostyn. DF idiom; lheim: With one bound - Lesh un lheim. DF idiom; kianlt; chiangle; fo bree

curvet (n., v.) lheim kiare-chassagh

Deer Leap (n.) Lheim Feeaih

handspring (n.) lheim laue

high jump (n.) lheim ard

jump about (v.) lheim mygeayrt

jump across (v.) lheim harrish

jump in (v.) lheim stiagh

pole jump (n.) lheim maidjey

pounce lheim; lheimyragh

running jump (n.) lheim roie

salmon leap (n.) lheim braddan

scissor jump (n.) lheim shuddyragh

serving shirveish: Serving soldier - Sidoor er shirveish. DF idiom; shirveishagh; (v.) tendeil; lheim er: Stallion serving the mare - Collagh lheim er y laair. DF idiom; lheimmey: Stallion serving the mare - Collagh lheimmey y laair. DF idiom

skippedst (v.) lheim

water jump (n.) lheim ushtey

breach2 (v.) (of whale) lheim ass yn ushtey

buck jump bock-lheim; jonse

buck-jump jannoo bock-lheim

Foxes Leap (n.) Lheim y Chynee

high-jump ard-lheim

leap-year (n.) blein-lheim

Rock Leap (n.) Creg y Lheim

skydive (v.) lheim-aer

skydiving lheim-aer

standing jump (n.) lheim-surley

steeplechase (n.) lheim-ratch

tup (v.) comyssey, lheim; (n.) conrea, rea

ard-lheim high-jump

blein-lheim leap-year

bock-lheim buck jump

lheim-aer skydive, skydiving

lheim-ratch steeplechase

lheim-surley standing jump

buck bock; buggley, jonseragh, lheim, lhoobaghey

fly back (v.) etlagh er ash; lheim er ash

fly up (v.) etlagh seose; lheim seose lane corree

hop skip and jump corlheim skibbag as lheim

recoil aavuilley; lheim ergooyl; lheimmey ergooyl; lheimyragh ergooyl

corlheim hop, skip: Corlheim, skibbag as lheim. DF

cascade eas; lheim ushtey; lhieggey ushtey; spooyt; spooyteragh; spooytey; skiootal, spooytal

embrace clamey; cur stiagh; cur 'syn earroo; lheim; lheimmey; nuiddraghys

flush1 brooightey; corrym; cur seose; jiargaghey; lheim eeanlee; niee; stroolagh; roie yn ushtey

limp (n.) baccid, croobid, lheim; (v.) shooyl dy baccagh, shooyl dy croobagh; (adj.) bog

serving the mare (v.) lheim er y laair; lheimmey y laair

ry-lhiattee apart, aside: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht. Bible; abeyance

skibbag (f.) portion; elflock; hopper, skipper; skip, skipping: Corlheim, skibbag as lheim. DF

bounce clistal; clistey; daanys-chree: He is full of bounce - T'eh lane daanys-chree. DF idiom; lheim; lheimyragh; lhiemmey

branch1 (v.) banglanaghey, stholey; (n.) banglane: The branch flew back - Lheim y banglane er ash. DF idiom; goal

hop1 corlheim; corlheimyraght; daunse beg; lheim; lheimmey; lheimyragh; lus y ghargid, lus y lhionney; ob

jumping1 lheim; lheimyragh; leaystey: and of the pransing horses, and of the jumping chariots - as lheimyraght ny cabbil, as leaystey ny fainee Bible

leaping lheim, flipperaght; lheimyraght: To play at leaping - Dy chloie lheimyraght ghrommey. DF idiom

lord (n.) chiarn: The Lord bless us - Dy gholl er oaie lesh lheim. DF idiom; reejerey

mountain stream (n.) alt: The mountain stream is in spate - Ta'n alt lheim. DF idiom

pant feddal; feddey; pandoogh: My heart panted - Ren my chree pandoogh Bible; pandooghey; lheim; fed, sogh, soutey, osney

rams (npl.) reaghyn: the rams which leaped upon the cattle were ringstraked, speckled, and grisled - va ny reaghyn va lheim er y maase, schimmeigagh, breck as spottagh Bible

spring arree; chibbyr, chibbyragh, chibbyrt, farane, farrane, farraneagh, geill, moir ny hawin; clishtey; clist, clistal, clistey; croghey er lheimaghanyn; lheim; lheimaghan; lheimmey; lheimyragh; ribbey; skeaylley

starting clistey; moostey; toshiaghey; lheim; goaill toshiaght: The practices are starting this week - Ta ny roortyssyn goaill toshiaght yn chiaghtin shoh. DF idiom

brooie (gen.) of a bank: Agh ec yn un cheayrt haink screeaghyn veih cheu elley ny brooie as doaltattym lheim magh ben waagh as scollag aeg lieh-rooisht, as ersooyl lhieu gyn scuirr lesh dy chooilley hiyr. GB

drillinyn sparks: ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer PC

foyryn edges: va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

lectraneyn electrons: My ta shin lostey stoo, shen red kemmigagh raad ta ny lectraneyn lheim mygeayrt as livrey bree. Dhoor

mymboo about them: myr veagh oard-chiardee va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

quaillan cub: Ta Dan dunnal myr quaillan y lion: nee eh lheim veih Bashan. Bible

riftan pl. riftanyn good-for-nothing, hooligan, worthless person: Tra lheim eh harrish y woalley reesht dooyrt Plod, "Ta mee er hayrtyn uss, my riftan beg; lhig dooin goll as feddyn magh ere vees dty yishag gra mychione. CJ

schimmeigagh streaky, variegated, ringstraked: ta ooilley ny reaghyn ta lheim er y maase schimmeigagh, breck as spottagh Bible

shag (f.) cormorant: Hug ad y tay da'n shag ayns meddyr, Loo yn shag nagh row eh mie, Lheim eh seose as clap eh e skianyn, As deayrt eh ooilley'n tay fud thie. Dhoor; shag

tayrn er-gerrey draw near: as tayrn er-gerrey gys raad t'eh ny hoie t'eh orroo lheim, as t'adsyn er nyn stroie. PC

grisled glass: and in the fourth chariot grisled and bay horses - as ayns y chiarroo ainagh va cabbil glass as doyn Bible; glassey: the grisled go forth toward the south country - as ta ny cabbil glassey goll magh gys y cheer-jiass Bible; spottagh: the rams which leaped upon the cattle were ringstraked, speckled, and grisled - va ny reaghyn va lheim er y maase, schimmeigagh, breck as spottagh Bible

mount (n.) cabbyl, slieau; crongan, cronk; shasstan; slieau: The Sermon on the Mount - Yn Sharmane er y Clieau. DF idiom; (v.) drappal; festal; goll er mooin: To mount a horse - Dy gholl er mooin cabbyl. DF idiom; goll seose, cur seose; lheim er mooin; lheimyragh er mooin; mooadaghey; soie

start clishtey; clistal; cur er bun; cur toshiaght er; doostey; goaill toshiaght; immeeaght: We start tomorrow - Beemayd gimmeeaght mairagh. DF idiom; lheim; moostey; obbraghey; scarrey; spret; toshiaghey; toshiaght: From start to finish - Voish toshiaght gys jerrey. DF idiom; cur er obbraghey: Start a clock - Clag y chur er obbraghey. DF idiom

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