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Lhong (f.) (Yn) Argo-Navis

lhong (=Ir. long) (f.) pl. lhongyn even keel, ship, vessel: va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong Bible [O.Ir. long]


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brisheyder lhong ship breaker

brokeyr lhong ship broker

cainleyder lhong ship chandler

geaylin lhong hawse

lhong aer (f.) airship

lhong arrey (f.) guard ship

lhong caggee (f.) warship

lhong chaabil (f.) cable ship

lhong chaggee (f.) battleship, dreadnought, man-of-war

lhong charchyr (f.) prison ship

lhong-chiare chruin (f.) four-master

lhong choadee (f.) escort

lhong chrowal (f.) hovercraft

lhong etlan (f.) aircraft carrier

lhong hashtee (f.) treasure ship

lhong hiauill (f.) sailing ship

lhong hidooragh (f.) troopship

lhong hoilshee (f.) lightship

lhong hollysh (f.) lightship

lhong hooran (f.) turret ship

lhong hraartagh (f.) destroyer

lhong hraghtee (f.) freighter, merchantman, merchant ship, tramp steamer

lhong hreigit (f.) derelict

lhong lheihys (f.) hospital ship

lhong liauyr (f.) longship

lhong lostee (f.) fire ship

lhong neuhauchey (f.) coffin ship

lhong ooill (f.) oil tanker, tanker

lhong plaitit (f.) ironclad

lhong rollageagh (f.) starship

lhong roosteyrys (f.) corsair

lhong shee (f.) ghost ship

lhong spoar (f.) spaceship

lhong spooillee (f.) pirate ship

lhong spooilley (f.) piracy

lhong stoyr (f.) depot ship

lhong vooar (f.) leviathan

lhong vree (f.) steamboat

lhong ymmyrkey transport

lhong ynsee (f.) training ship

maylartey lhong (passenger) trans-ship

obbraghey lhong crew

shellooder lhong ship owner

troggeyder lhong shipbuilder

ynnyd lhong-assaig ferry terminal

ayns mean ny lhong amidships

caghlaa dys lhong elley trans-ship

caghlaa gys lhong elley trans-shipment

Creg y Lhong Rock of the Ship

cur ass lhong unship

cur lhong er e cheu heel

cur lhong fo wreck

cur lhong hug y gheay broach

cur lhong 'sy loghan dock

lhong daa chroan (f.) two-master

lhong hraghtee Injinagh (f.) Indiaman

lhong hraghtee shiauill (f.) windjammer

lhong hraghtee vooar (f.) argosy

lhong ronsee eeastagh fisheries research ship

lhong tree lout (f.) three-decker

meoir lhong chaggee master-at-arms

Stureyder Recortys-lhong Ellan Vannin Director of the Isle of Man Ship Registry

lightship (n.) lhong hoilshee, lhong hollysh

aircraft carrier (n.) lhong etlan

airship (n.) lhong aer

Argo-Navis (Yn) Lhong

argosy (n.) lhong hraghtee vooar

battleship (n.) lhong chaggee

cable ship (n.) lhong chaabil

coffin ship (n.) lhong neuhauchey

corsair (n.) lhong roosteyrys

depot ship (n.) lhong stoyr

dreadnought (n.) lhong chaggee

fire ship (n.) lhong lostee

freighter (n.) lhong hraghtee

ghost ship (n.) lhong shee

guard ship lhong arrey

hospital ship (n.) lhong lheihys

Indiaman (n.) lhong hraghtee Injinagh

ironclad (n.) lhong plaitit

leviathan (n.) leviathan, lhong vooar

man-of-war (n.) lhong chaggee

master-at-arms (n.) meoir lhong chaggee

merchantman (n.) lhong hraghtee

pirate ship (n.) lhong spooillee

prison ship (n.) lhong charchyr

ship (v.) cheet er boayrd, shiaulley, troggal er boayrd; (n.) lhong: Can't you perceive the ship in the distance? - Nagh leayr dhyt y lhong foddey jeh? JJK idiom; saagh

ship breaker (n.) brisheyder lhong

ship broker (n.) brokeyr lhong

shipbuilder (n.) troggeyder lhong

ship chandler (n.) cainleyder lhong

spaceship (n.) lhong spoar

starship (n.) lhong rollageagh

steamboat (n.) gaalvaatey, lhong vree

three-decker (n.) lhong tree lout

training ship (n.) lhong ynsee

tramp steamer (n.) lhong hraghtee

trans-ship2 (v.) (passenger) maylartey lhong

treasure ship (n.) lhong hashtee

troopship (n.) lhong hidooragh

turret ship (n.) lhong hooran

two-master (n.) lhong daa chroan

vessel (n.) feddan; lhong, saagh

warship (n.) lhong caggee

windjammer (n.) lhong hraghtee shiauill

amidships (adv.) ayns mean ny lhong

capital ship (n.) kione-lhong

derelict (n.) lhong hreigit, tholtan; (adj.) treigit

ferry terminal (n.) ynnyd lhong-assaig

four-master lhong-chiare chruin

hawse (n.) geaylin lhong; towl caabyl

hovercraft (n.) lhong chrowal; saagh crowal

navicert (n.) lhong-hreisht

ship owner (n.) shellooder lhong; shellooder-lhuingey

ship registry (n.) recortys-lhong; recortys-lhuingys

shipyard (n.) garey yiarn, lhong-chaardee

steamer (n.) gaaltan; lhong-vree: When does the steamer start for Liverpool? - Cuin ta'n lhong-vree goll dy Liverpool? JJK idiom

steamship (n.) gaaltan; lhong-vree

trans-ship1 (v.) caghlaa dys lhong elley

trans-shipment caghlaa gys lhong elley

kione-lhong capital ship

lhong-chaardee (f.) boatyard, shipyard

lhong-hreisht (f.) navicert

lhong-phurt (f.) basin; seaport

lhong-vree steamer; steamship

recortys-lhong ship registry

boatyard (n.) cooyrt lhuingey; cooyrt vaatey; lhong-chaardee

destroyer (n.) lhong hraartagh; stroider, stroieder, stroailtagh

even keel baatey; kiouyl corrym; lhong

fisheries research ship (n.) lhong ronsee eeastagh

merchant ship (n.) lhong hraghtee; saagh traghtee

oil tanker (n.) lhong ooill, lorree ooill

piracy (n.) lhong spooilley, mooirchragh, mooirchraght, roosteyrys marrey

Rock of the Ship (n.) Creg y Lhong

sailing ship (n.) lhong hiauill, saagh shiauill

tanker (n.) doagh troailt; doagh-hroailt; lhong ooill; tankeyr

unship (v.) cur ass lhong, folmaghey, folmee, lhieg, lhieggal

built troggit: Manx built ship - Lhong troggit ayns Mannin. DF idiom

crew (v.) cur skimmee ayn, obbraghey burling, obbraghey lhong, shiaulley; gherr; (n.) skimmee

hailing from ass: Ship hailing from London - Lhong ass Lunnin. DF idiom

longship (n.) birling: Godred Crovan's Longship - Birling Ghorree Crovan. DF idiom; lhong liauyr

seaport (n.) balley keayin; lhong-phurt; purt; purt lhuingey

transport eebyrt; geebyrt; lhong ymmyrkey; ymmyrkey: Road transport - Ymmyrkey bayrey. DF idiom

deddrymmee lightened: yn nah laa deddrymmee ad y lhong Bible

er y ghrunt aground: Hug eh e lhong er y ghrunt. DF

kiangley rish append, attach: Kiangley rish cheu lhong. Bible

kioneys command, dominance, domination, hegemony: Lhong fo kioneys Captan Kodhere. DF

lhieng (f.) halfpenny: Milley yn lhong son feeagh-lhieng dy herr. JJK

lughtit burdened, filled, laden, loaded: Lhong lane lughtit. DF

marrinnee shipmen: As myr va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong Bible

shiauill (=Ir. seol) sails: Lhong ta gymmyrkey mooarane shiauill. DF; sail

abandoned (p.pt.) faagit, treigit; hreig: They abandoned the ship - Hreig ad y lhong. DF idiom; (adj.) jiarg

basin (n.) awin-tragh, lhong-phurt, moir ny hushtaghyn, thamane, tobbyr-oonlee; meilley: Where's the basin? - C'raad ta'n veilley? JJK idiom

bay1 baie, baïe: The ship went down in Douglas Bay - Hie y lhong fo ayns Baie Ghoolish. DF idiom; (n.) cooan, poyll; bay; co-hamyryn; (adj.) dhone-ruy, doyn; (v.) gullal, gullarnee

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

broach1 barnaghey; bher: Broach meat - Feill y chur er bher. DF idiom; broacheil; broachey; cur lhong hug y gheay; (stoandey) lhiggey; stooag; towley

broached barnit; broachit; currit er bher; currit hug y geay; foslit; lhiggit; towlit; saiht hug y gheay: The ship broached - Ren y lhong saih hug y gheay. DF idiom

captain1 (n.) ard-leeideilagh, captan glass, captan lhuingey, captan marrey, kiannoort; captan: Ship under command of Captain Watterson - Lhong fo kioneys Captan Kodhere. DF idiom

cargo (n.) laad; lught: The ship is taking on cargo - Ta'n lhong cur er boayrd lught. DF idiom

deck (n.) lout-eaghtyr, paggey; karraghey; lout: All hands on deck - Dagh ooilley pheiagh er y lout. DF idiom; laare: Deck a ship - Laare y chur er lhong. DF idiom

Director of the Isle of Man Ship Registry (n.) Stureyder Recortys-lhong Ellan Vannin

dock cabbag; crannag; cur da'n cheiy; cur lhong 'sy loghan; goll 'sy loghan; loghan

end to end (adj.) kione ry-cheilley; kione dys kione: From end to end of the ship - Veih kione dys kione jeh'n lhong. DF idiom

escort1 (v.) gardey: He was sent there under escort - V'eh currit gys shen as gardey er. DF idiom; (n.) lhong choadee

fully (adv.) dy slane; slane: I am fully alive to the danger - Ta lane fys aym er y danjeyr. DF idiom; lane: Fully laden ship - Lhong lane lughtit. DF idiom

gallant ard-voyrnagh: She is a gallant ship - T'ee ny lhong ard voyrnagh. DF idiom; cooyrteyr; gastoil; gialtagh

heel (n.); boyn: The heel of the foot - Boyn ny coshey. DF idiom; saayl; (v.) cur lhong er e cheu, leaystey

knots (npl.) cruint, khyr; meeilley faarkee: Sail at ten knots - Jeih meeilley faarkee 'syn oor y hiaulley. DF idiom; meeilley marrey: The ship is making twenty knots - Ta'n lhong goll feed meeilley marrey 'syn oor. DF idiom

laden laadit: I am heavily laden - Ta mee trome laadit. DF idiom; lughtit: Fully laden ship - Lhong lane lughtit. DF idiom

protection (n.) coadey, fendeilys, kemmyrk; fastee; (adj.) coadee: Fishery protection vessel - Lhong choadee eeasteyraght. DF idiom

sinking goll fo: The ship is sinking - Ta'n lhong goll fo. DF idiom; goll sheese; sinkeil

slips (npl.) settyn; sthockyn: Ship on the slips - Lhong er ny sthockyn. DF idiom

straight ahead jeeragh roish: The ship was straight ahead of us - Va'n lhong jeeragh roin. DF idiom

wreck (v.) cur lhong fo; mooirchooraghey; mooirchoorey; (n.) lhongvrisht; mooirchoor: Wreck of the sea - Mooirchoor ny marrey. DF idiom; lhongvrishey: He was save from the wreck - Haink eh slane voish y lhongvrishey. DF idiom

ard-ooasle majestic, excellent: Dooyrt yn Ree, "Va shen jeant dy ard-ooasle, as shen cha beign's er chur dhyt; veign's er smooinaghtyn dy row mee seyr dy feeaghyn dy derrin lhong dhyt. Coraa

baatey (=Ir. báid) pl. baatyn boat, even keel: As myr va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong, as er lhiggey yn baatey sheese er yn ushtey Bible

baie (f.) 1 pl. baiaghyn bay, haven a: Hie y lhong fo ayns Baie Ghoolish. DF; 2 first furrow

ben varrey (f.) mermaid: Va Robin er lhong enmyssit y 'Ben Varrey' as v'ee cheet thie veih'n slyst airhey ayns Africa Sheear Dhoor

burtey berth: Haink shen dy ve ny smoo liklee as sleih kiarail burtey yn lhong, y Stubnitz, ec Purt ny h-Inshey choud's vees Feailley yn TT fo raad. BS

car y gheuree all winter: As lurg three meeaghyn, hiauill shin ayns lhong dy Alexandria v'er ve car y gheuree ayns yn ellan, yn cowrey eck va Castor as Pollux. Bible

choonree changed: Heill ad dy row ad rish y cheayn reesht, as keayrt elley choonree ad ny cabbil as caartyn son daa lhong sloo Dhoor

cur er boayrd draw in, embark, haul, serve up: Ta'n lhong cur er boayrd lught. DF; shipment

eddrymaghey 1 alleviate, ease, unburdening; 2 (as weight) lighten, unburden a: hilg ad magh yn chooid v'er boayrd 'sy cheayn, dy eddrymaghey yn lhong Bible; 3 alleviation

faasagh pl. faasaghyn desert, desolate, waste place, wild, wilderness: jimmee ad ayns lhong gys ynnyd faasagh er-lheh Bible; herbage

feill vuc (f.) pork: Va shin cubbyl dy laa laadey y vaatey Iesh stoyryn, ushtey, caffee, shugyr, anvroie chirmit, praaseyn, feill volht chirmit, feill vuc chirmit, eeast chirmit as y lhied, ooilley shoh v'eh currit fo lout eaghtyr ny lhong. GK

feniaght (=Ir. fiann) (f.) champion: Yn feniaght-hene ayns cadley vaaish, coyrt lesh er gealtyn lhean, As ayns e lhong ny hoiaghey er carnane-fuygh 'sy vean, Gyn skimmee as gyn stiureyder Coraa

finneig (=Ir. finneig) (f.) 1 canoe, cock boat, dugout, skiff; 2 capsule a: Ren y finneig sniemmey stiagh er y voir-lhong. DF; 3 shell; 4 mite

gaal (=Ir. gal and gail) (f.) pl. gaalyn 1 gale a: myr lhong giall er purt noi stroo, thidey 's gaal PC; 2 steam, vapour, vapour concentration; 3 vaporise

gaueyn dangers: dy ve captan jeh lhong mooar as shiaulley mygeayrt y cruinney, agh va Robin as Eleanor nyn 'oi; bione daue gaueyn ny marrey! Dhoor

graynoil abhorrent, horrible, horrid, loathsome, repellent, repulsive: Lurg ny skeealyn atchimagh as graynoil jeh'n thurrys er y lhong, cha nhyrrys dy duirree ad ayns America Dhoor

gyn stiureyder pilotless, unpiloted: As ayns e lhong ny hoiaghey er carnane-fuygh 'sy vean, Gyn skimmee as gyn stiureyder, gyn shiaull as greieyn elley Coraa

h-Ellanyn Asoar (f.) (Ny); (The) Azores: y shirveishyn shoh goaill toshiaght ayns Mee Houney lesh y lhong 'Ben Seyr Vannin', vees heet erash veih shirveish- souree ayns ny h-Ellanyn Asoar roish foddey. BS

jannoo turrys ply, make a journey: Va'n ventyr Americaanagh Space Ship One, ny Lhong Spoar Nane, speeideilagh as ee jannoo turrys tree minnid ayns spoar ren cosney moylley mooar. BS

karraghey 1 cobbling, crown, darn, deck, doctor, fix, overhaul, patch, repair, revise, revision; 2 mending a: Jamys mac Zebedee as Ean e vraar, ayns lhong marish Zebedee nyn ayr, karraghey nyn lieen Bible

lhieen (=Irlíon) 1 flax, flaxen; 2 filled a: lhieen ad y daa lhong Bible; 3 fishing net; 4 quotient; 5 toils; 6 fill; 7 complete

lhuingys chaggee Hostyn (f.) Royal Navy: She shiaulteyr ayns Lhuingys Chaggee Hostyn va'n dooinney eck as hooar eh, y moghrey shen, screeuyn eshyn y aagherrym dys e lhong. Dhoor

lughtaghey1 freight, stowage; charging, filling, lading, loading, fill, stow: Ta'n lhong lughtaghey. DF; write down

moghrey laa ny vairagh next morning: Moghrey laa ny vairagh erreish dooin faagail Batavia, beggan ny lurg yn hoghtoo oor, honnick mee guilley mysh yn eash shen cheet veih cheu elley ny lhong JC

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