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lhie1 (=Ir. luí, luigh) lie down, repose, setting, settle, settling, squat, in abeyance, lie, proneness: Agh m'aigney eh dy lhie marish m'ayraghyn Bible; lay: Lhie dty laue er dy veeal my tou er ve smooinaghtyn er olk. Bible; hang [O.Ir. laigid]

lhie2 (ny) in abeyance; proneness; lying


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cuillee lhie (f.) bedroom

jannoo eddyr-lhie stimy

jough lhie-hoalley (f.) caudle

lhiattee lhie (f.) footwall

lhie bane (dy); (to) lie waste; (ny) lie desolate: Choud as te ny lhie bane, bee aash echey, er-yn-oyr nagh dooar eh aash e ghooneeyn, as shiuish cummal ayn. Bible

lhie cooyl-chlea ambush: Agh hooar Saul fys dy row ad lhie cooyl-chlea er e hon, as freayll arrey ec ny giattyn oie as laa dy varroo eh. Bible

lhie er bear down, incumbency, resting on: bee eh lhie er y phrince dy choyrt ourallyn-losht Bible

lhie hoalley1 childbirth, confinement: v'eh baghtal ry akin dy row ee torragh as faggys da'n traa lhie hoalley eck. JC

lhie hoalley2 (ny) travailing: T'ee ny lhie hoalley. DF

lhie hug heave to, lie to

lhie huggey (ny) hove to: Sheear ort ta'n flod ny lhie huggey. DF

lhie magh lay out, lean out, stand out: Ny lurg oc shoh, choamree ny Tekoiteyn ayrn elley, harrish noi'n toor vooar ta lhie magh, eer gys voalley Ophel. Bible

lhie mygeayrt lie about: lesh y ghleeb va lhie mygeayrt-y-mysh. Bible

lhie nane prostrate, prostrated

lhie rish 1 (ny) stand to; 2 lying on a: Myr veh eisht ny lhie rish oghrish Yeesey, dooyrt eh rish, Hiarn, quoi eh? Bible

lhie roish acquiesce, acquiescence, acquiescent; set before: va daa vaskad dy figgyn nyn lhie roish chiamble y Chiarn Bible

lhie ry-cheilley dovetail

lhie sheese lay down, lie down: Nee ad lhie sheese co-laik 'sy joan Bible

lhie sheeynt (ny) procumbent, recumbent: As va Judith faagit ny lomarcan 'sy chabbane, as va Holofernes ny lhie sheeynt er e lhiabbee: son v'eh lhome-lane dy feeyn. Apoc

lhie voish lay down

lieh-lhie er lean on

ny lhie abed

traa lhie bedtime

cummal ny lhie hold down

cur ny lhie impute: hug aydsyn my liae redyn nagh rou fyss aym er. Psalm1610

cur ny lhie huggey lay to

feeu goll dy lhie (woman) beddable

fer lhie magh layer out

goll dy lhie retire, roost, set: Share goll dy lhie fegooish bee na girree ayns lhiastynys. DF

gyn goll dy lhie unset

lhie cooyl chlea er son ambuscade, lurk, waylay

lhie ec acker (ny) anchored, hove to

lhie er ash back-handed, slope backwards; leaning back: Ta mee lieh lhie er ash. DF

lhie er e cheu (ny) beam ends: T'ee ny lhie er e cheu. DF

lhie er e lhiattee (ny) beam ends: T'ee ny lhie er e lhiattee. DF

lhie er e volg (ny) prone

lhie er hoshiaght slope forward: T'eh lhie er hoshiaght. DF

lhie er lhiattee careen

lhie er oohyn brood

lhie er un cheu list

lhie fo chlea ambush, belay, lie in wait: As haink Saul gys ard-valley Amalek, as lhie eh fo chleasy choan Bible

lhie fo'n ghrian sunbathe

lhie gyn yss lurk: mar leion ta saintagh er y haelg : as mar quellan leion lyei gyn nys ayns ynnydyn falliit. Psalm1610

lhie harrish y cheilley overlap

lhie hug y cheayn stand off

lhie mooie jeh (dy); (to) bear off: Dy lhie mooie jeh'n thalloo. DF

lhie neose er overlie

lhie ny greiney (f.) sunset, going down of the sun: ver oo da eh reesht roish lhie ny greiney. Bible

lhie ny greïney sunset: As mysh lhie ny greïney huitt cadley trome er Abram Bible

lhie ny heayst set of the moon

lhie rish resoon (ny) tenable

lhie rish y gheay lay to

lhie rish yn obbyr buckling to

lhie ro vooar er overstress

lhie sheese roish succumb: my ta ben lhie sheese roish baagh erbee, nee uss yn ven as y baagh y varroo Bible

lhie stiagh er obbyr wire in

lhie stiagh er y jough sot

lhie stiagh rish beat up; snuggle up

lhie 'sy lhiabbee lie to: As ny s'anmey, tra ve mee my lhie 'sy lhiabbee smooinaghtyn er, strooys hene dy vel yn shenn ghooinney baghey ayns seihll elley Coraa

lhie trome er (ny) burden

screeuin lhie er-ash (writing) back-hand

shamyr lhie vaghee (f.) bed-sitter

cur conaant-dellal nyn lhie er sleih (people) regulate

lie to (v.) lhie hug: Make the boat lie to - Cur er y vaatey lhie huggey. DF idiom; lhie 'sy lhiabbee

ambush (v.) lhie fo chlea, lhie cooyl-chlea; (n.) fo-chlea, cooyl-chlea-ribbey

hove to (ny) lhie ec acker; (ny) lhie huggey; scuirrit

lay down (v.) lhie sheese, lhie voish

lie down (v.) lhie sheese, lhie

beam ends (ny) lhie er e cheu; (ny) lhie er e lhiattee

sunset (n.) goll-fo ny greiney, lhie ny greiney, lhie ny greïney

desolate1 fadanagh; follym-faase: for as long as she lay desolate she kept sabbath - son chouds vee ny lhie follym faase dreill ee doonaght Bible; follym feayn; traartyssey; faase; treigit: your high ways shall be desolate - bee nyn raaidyn mooarey treigit Bible; melley; faasagh: that the land be not desolate - nagh bee yn thalloo ny aasagh Bible; bane: As long as it lieth desolate - Choud as te ny lhie bane Bible; feayn: while she lieth desolate without them - choud as te ny lhie feayn nyn vegooish Bible fleeing into the wilderness in former time desolate and waste - chea gys yn aasagh foddey-feayn as fadaneagh Bible; foddey feayn; fadane: let them seek it also out of desolate places - shirree ad eh ayns buill fadane Bible; currit mow: and they that dwell therein are desolate - as ta e chummaltee currit mow Bible; traartys: neither shall thy land any more be termed Desolate - chamoo vees dty heer ny lurg shoh enmyssit Traartys Bible; naardey: And I will make the land desolate - As ver-ym naardey yn thalloo Bible

lie2 (v.) (down) lhie: Lie upside down - Lhie er dty eddin. DF idiom

lurk (v.) lhie cooyl chlea er son; lhie gyn yss; shegin; sheygin; sleetchal

stimy (n.) eddyr-lhie; (v.) jannoo eddyr-lhie

lay to (v.) ceau gys y gheay; cur ny lhie huggey; lhie rish y gheay

setting kiartaghey; lhejagh; lhejey; lhie: The sun is setting - Ta'n ghrian goll dy lhie. DF idiom; soiaghey

stand out (v.) lhie magh: To stand out to sea - Dy lhie magh er y cheayn. DF idiom; shassoo magh

abed (adv.) er y lhiabbee, 'sy lhiabbee: They are late abed - Hannee ad 'sy lhiabbee. DF idiom; ny lhie: They are still abed - T'ad foast nyn lhie. DF idiom

acquiesce (v.) lhie roish

acquiescence (n.) lhie roish

back-hand (n.) (writing) screeuin lhie er-ash

bed-sitter (n.) shamyr lhie vaghee

footwall (n.) lhiattee lhie

heave to (v.) lhie hug

incumbency (n.) lhie er

lie about (v.) lhie mygeayrt

lie desolate (v.) (ny) lhie bane

lie waste (v.) (to); (dy) lhie bane

overlie (v.) lhie neose er

procumbent (adj.) (ny) lhie sheeynt; sheeynt

recumbent (adj.) (ny) lhie sheeynt

resting on (v.) lhie er: His hand resting on the table - Yn laue echey ny lhie er y voayrd. DF idiom

settling kiartaghey; lhie

succumb (v.) lhie sheese roish

lieh-lhie leaning, recline, reclining: dirree eh dy lieh Dy dree, lesh guin, lieh-lhie er e roih Dhoor

acquiescent (adj.) aashagh; coar; lhie roish

back-handed lhie er ash; neuyeearagh

bear down (v.) (to); (dy) gholl lesh y noid: To bear down on the enemy - Dy gholl lesh y noid. DF idiom; (dy) heet lesh y noid: To bear down on the enemy - Dy heet lesh y noid. DF idiom; lhie er: Bear down on the lid! - Lhie er y farkyl! DF idiom; seiy

beddable (adj.) (woman) feeu goll dy lhie

caudle (n.) jough lhie-hoalley

concoction of lies lhie-vreag

dovetail (n.) feeackle; (n.) jeddylt; (v.) lhie ry-cheilley

interjacent (adj.) eddyr-lhie

layer out (n.) fer lhie magh

leaning back (v.) lhie er ash

lying (v.) breagagh; breageraght; breagerys; (ny) lhie: Have you read the book that's lying on the table? - Vel oo er lhaih yn lioar ta ny lhie er y voayrd? JJK idiom; ginsh breagyn: Is there anything more odious than lying? - Vel red erbee ny s'eajee na g'insh breagyn? JJK idiom

overlap (v.) lhie harrish y cheilley

proneness (n.) crommey hug, jeeanid; (ny) lhie

recline (v.) lieh-lhie

reclining lieh-lhie

slope backwards lhie er ash

slope forward lhie er hoshiaght

snuggle up (v.) lhie stiagh rish

sunbathe (v.) grianaghey, lhie fo'n ghrian

tenable (adj.) fendeilagh; (ny) lhie rish resoon

travailing (v.) er troailt; (ny) lhie hoalley

eddyr-lhie interjacent, stimy

fo-lhie lie in wait

lhie-vreag concoction of lies, downright lie

ambuscade (n.) cooyl-chlea; (v.); lhie cooyl chlea er son

bear off (v.) (to); (dy) lhie mooie jeh; ymmyrkey ersooyl

bedroom (n.) cuillee lhie; eadlee; shamyr lhiabbagh

bedtime (n.) traa cadlee; traa lhie; traa ny lhiabbagh

belay (v.) cur lhoob ayn, lhie fo chlea; kiangley

brood aailagh; guirr; lhie er oohyn, lhieeney ein

buckling to lhie rish yn obbyr

childbirth (n.) chingys clienney, er troailt, lhie hoalley

confinement (n.) cagliaghey, dooney stiagh, lhie hoalley

downright lie (n.) lhei vreag, lhie-vreag

going down of the sun lhie ny greiney

in abeyance currit ry-lhiattee; faagit rish tammylt; (ny) lhie

lean out (v.) croymmey magh; deamey; lhie magh

lie in wait (v.) fo-lhie, sheginey; lhie fo chlea

overstress (v.) faregin, fareignaghey, lhie ro vooar er

prone bass fo; (ny) lhie er e volg

prostrate lhie nane; sheeyney; sheeynt; sleaghtaghey; sleaghtit

prostrated er troggloo; lhie nane; sheeynt; sleaghit

set of the moon lhie ny heayst

stand off (v.) lhie hug y cheayn; tannaghtyn magh

croaganyn horseflies: T'ad lhie orrym myr croaganyn. DF

beat up (v.) bwoalley; cur condoo da; cur da; lhie stiagh rish

careen (v.) cur baatey er lhiattee; glenney thoyn baatey; lhie er lhiattee

hold down (v.) croymmey; cummal ny lhie; cummal sheese; freayll smaght er

regulate (v.) (people) cur conaant-dellal nyn lhie er sleih; curmal; curmaghey; reill, reilley; stiur, stiurey

squat (adj.) jingit, muttagh, scuttagh; (v.) lhie, skeltey, soie cosaayl; (v., n.) skelt

stand to (v.) cur rish; fuirraghtyn fo armyn; (ny) lhie rish

waylay (v.) cheet roish er y raad, lhie cooyl chlea er son

wire in (v.) cur faal streng er, lhie stiagh er obbyr

colhiabbagh pl. colhiabbee concubine, mistress: lhie eh marish Bilhah co-lhiabbagh e ayrey Bible

cooyl chlea in concealment, in hiding: T'ad nyn lhie cooyl chlea. DF

feallagh folk, ones, people, persons: va feallagh ny lhie follit 'sy chamyr Bible

fuill (=Ir.,Sc.G. fuil) (f.) (pl -yn) 1 blood a: t'ad ooilley lhie cooyl-chlea son fuill Bible; 2 breeding, kindred [O.Ir. fuil]

gioaldee pledged: t'ad hene lhie sheese er eaddagh gioaldee Bible

greiney (gen.) of sun: derrey lhie ny greiney. Bible; solar; of the sun

inchyn (f.) brain, grey matter, intellect, spirit: T'eh ny lhie er e inchyn. DF

jalloonys idolatry, imagery: honnick eh yn slane ard-valley lhie ayns jalloonys Bible

juniper juniper: myr v'eh ny lhie ny chadley fo billey-juniper Bible

manjoor crib, manger: yn oikan ny lhie ayns manjoor Bible; stall

pheintal (y) paintable; paint: Lhie ny greiney y pheintal. DF

shenn dooinney old man: Hie yn shenn dooinney dy lhie. DF

shibbyr supper: Share goll dy lhie fegooish shibbyr na girree ayns lhiastynys. DF

sleih mooar numerous people: Va sleih mooar ny lhie jiass voin. DF

treoghit widowed: Ny lhie treoghit jeh yn pooar ayns e hooillyn Dhoor

troshid (f.) strength, vigour: fow magh c'raad ta'n troshid vooar echey lhie Bible

allow1 (v.) coyrt raad da; cur kied da; cur raad da; lhiggey da: Won't you allow me to remain in bed a little longer? - Nagh lhig oo dou tannaghtyn my lhie red beg ny sodjey? JJK idiom; surral

anchored akerit; kianglt; (ny) lhie ec acker; raadey: The boats were anchored in the shelter of Ramsey Bay - Va ny baatyn raadey ayns fastee Vaie Rhumsaa. DF idiom; staikit

cheese (n.) cabbaag, caabaig; caashey: The cheese disagreed with me - Lhie y caashey ayns my volg. DF idiom

close together (adj.) faggys dy-cheilley; chionn cooidjagh: The two houses are close together - Ta'n daa hie chionn cooidjagh. JJK idiom; chionn er y cheilley: Lying close together - Nyn lhie chionn er y cheilley. DF idiom

deep diunid: That river is twenty feet deep - Ta'n awin feed trie er diunid. JJK idiom; trome; dowiney; dowin: The snow lies very deep - Ta'n sniaghtey ny lhie feer dowin. JJK idiom

early (adj., adv.) dy feer voghey, dy lheah, dy traa, leah, mogh, moghey, roish yn traa; dy moghey: I generally go to bed early - Ta mee dy-cadjin goll dy lhie dy-moghey. JJK idiom

elbows (npl.) uiljyn: Don't lean on your elbows! - Ny lieh lhie er dty uiljyn! JJK idiom

fault (v.) feddyn foill ayn; scoltey; fout, lheamys; loght: The fault lies with you - Orts yn loght. DF idiom; foill: The fault lies at my door - Ta'n foill ny lhie orrym pene. DF idiom

impute (v.) aggyrt, cur sheese da, gaggyrts; cur ny lhie; cur gys lieh: let not the king impute any thing unto his servant - Ny lhig dan ree cur nhee erbee gys lieh e harvaant Bible

insult (n.) faghid: To suffer an insult - Dy lhie fo faghid. DF idiom; (v.) jannoo faghid er

late1 anmagh: It's beginning to grow late - Te g'aase anmagh. JJK idiom; dy anmagh: I don't like going to bed late - Cha laik lhiam goll dy lhie dy-anmagh. JJK idiom; (adj., adv.) jeianagh; roud

lay1 breh, brey: That's the place the hen goes to lay an egg in - Shen y boayl ta'n chiark goll dy vrey ooh ayn. DF idiom; (v.) cur, cur sheese, lhie, lhiaghtey; jibbag; layal, laiyal; (adj.) neuagglishagh, theayagh

lay out (v.) aarlaghey da'n oaye, baarail, ceau, cur magh, cur tarnoal da, lhie magh

leaning courchleayney; lieh-lhie: I am leaning back - Ta mee lieh lhie er ash. DF idiom; listal; paartnagh; scoidey: The wall is leaning - Ta scoidey er y voalley. DF idiom

lean on (v.) croghey er, cur barrantys er; lieh-lhie er: Don't lean on your elbows! - Ny lieh lhie er dty uiljyn! JJK idiom

list (n.) coontey, earroo rolley; scoidey; (v.) cleayney, cur er rolley, lhie er un cheu, listal

on them orroo: A heavy responsibility rests on them - Ta currym trome ny lhie orroo. DF idiom; (emph.) orroosyn

repose fea: In order to procure repose for others, he sacrificed his own - Dy voddagh eh geddyn fea da feallagh elley, ren eh cur seose yn fea echey hene. JJK idiom; gow saveenys; lhie; saveenys; soiaghey; soit er

retire1 (v.) cur seose; faagail; goll dy chadley; goll dy lhie; goll ergooyl; goll magh: To retire on pension - Dy gholl magh er penshyn. DF idiom; irree ass

roost farrar: To go to roost - Dy gholl er farrar. DF idiom; goll dy lhie; goll er farrar; goll er y clat chiark

she went hiee; hie ee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

sot (n.) (n.) floddan, kione meshtal, pohteyr; (v.) lhie stiagh er y jough, pohteyraght, er y jough

starboard cheu yesh: On the starboard beam - Er y cheu yesh. DF idiom; jesh: She had a list to starboard - V'ee ny lhie er e jesh. DF idiom

tax1 (v.) cur keesh er, troggal keesh er; (n.) keesh: It is liable to tax - Ta keesh ny lhie roish. DF idiom; tack

unset (adj.) gyn eddal, gyn goll dy lhie, gyn taah, lhome, neuchuirrit, neuhaahit, neuhoit, neulhejit, neusettit

very ill donney; feer ching: She lies very ill in bed - T'ee ny lhie feer ching. JJK idiom

very tired feer skee: She went to bed very late, and she says she's very tired - Hie ee dy lhie feer anmagh, as t'ee gra dy vel ee feer skee. JJK idiom

womankind (n.) ben: Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind - Cha jean oo lhie marish dooinney, myr marish ben Bible; mraane

aarkey-sailjey salt sea: As van chagliagh shiar-ass oc veih oirr yn aarkey-sailjey, veihn baïe ta lhie lesh y jiass: Bible

aarlym's I will prepare: as aarlym's y dow elley, as ver-ym eh ny lhie er y fuygh, as cha derym veg yn aile fo. Bible

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