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light1 1 (adj.) eddrym: Light soil - Thalloo eddrym. DF idiom; 2 (v.) foaddey; 3 gillid; 4 glonney; 5 lampey; 6 leayrtys; 7 (n.) londeyr; 8 (n.) lonnyr; 9 (n.) lossan; 10 lossey: Light up - Soilshaghey y lossey. DF idiom; 11 soilshagh; 12 soilshaghey; 13 (n.) soilshey: We have electric light - Ta soilshey electragh ain. JJK idiom a sollys; 14 (n.) uinnag; 15 (n.) ray-sollys; 16 soilshee: Light me to my room - Soilshee mee gys my hamyr. JJK idiom; 17 (v.) foad: Don't light the fire yet - Ny foad yn aile foast. JJK idiom; 18 eddrymee; 19 neu-hrome

light2 (n.) (rag candle) cainle-slutt


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before light roish y toilshey

dead light (n.) cooylley sterrym

deck light (n.) soilshey lout

electric light (n.) soilshey lectragh, sollys lectragh

fairy light (n.) soilshey shee

gas light (n.) soilshey-ghass

glazed-in light (n.) londeyr; lostan fo glonney

ground light (n.) soilshey thallooin

landing light (n.) soilshey tarlheimagh

light ale (n.) lhune gial

light blue bane-ghorrym

light breeze (n.) sheidan geayee

light car (n.) motor beg

light dew (n.) druighteen

light filter (n.) sheeleyder sollysh

light grey bane-lheeah; lheeah-ghlass

light-headed person (n.) kione eairkanagh

light horse (n.) marksleih eddrym

light industry chynskyl eddrym

light-lodged corn (n.) spattan

light railway (n.) raad yiarn keyl

light red bane-yiarg; ruagh

light shower (n.) siyrdeig

light sleep (n.) cadley corragh

light spot (n.) boayl sollysh

light verse (n.) ronniaght eddrym

light wave (n.) tonn hollysh

light weight meih giare

light wine (n.) feeyn eddrym

neon light (n.) soilshey neon

night light (n.) soilshey oie

parking light (n.) soilshey pairkal

pilot light soilshey cowree

rear light (n.) londeyr jerree, soilshey cooyl, soilshey jerree, sollys jerree, uinnag chooyl

scallop-shell light (n.) tanroagan

sea light (n.) soilshey marrey

shining light (n.) soilshey sollys: But the path of the just is as the shining light - Agh ta raad y vooinjer chrauee myr yn soilshey sollys Bible

signal light (n.) soilshey cowree

so light cha eddrym

traffic light (n.) soilshey traaght; soilshey-reill

warning light (n.) soilshey raauee

beam of light (n.) skag

dash board light (n.) sollys pannyl

first light of dawn breckey yn laa

flash of light (n.) chent

fleck of light (n.) lossag

Hill of Light (n.) Cronk Sollysh

House of Light (n.) Thie Soilshey

light brown hair (n.) gruag wuigh ouyr

light of the world (n.) soilshey yn theihll

make light of it (v.) jannoo eddrym jeh

ray of light (n.) gah sollysh, scell, ray-sollys

right of light (n.) cairys sollysh; kiart sollysh

velocity of light (n.) bieauid hollys

soilshey cowree pilot light, signal light

ray-sollys light, brightness, ray of light: nee'n ghrian girree ayns dorraghys, as cha jean yn ray-sollys soilshean. Bible

bane-ghorrym light blue

bane-lheeah light grey

bane-yiarg light red, pink

boayl sollysh light spot

cadley corragh light sleep

cainle-slutt (f.) (rag candle) light

chynskyl eddrym light industry

cooylley sterrym (f.) dead light

lampey lamp, light

leayrtys See coleayrtys light

lheeah-ghlass light grey, sage-green

lhune gial light ale

londeyr (f.) (pl -yn) glazed-in light, lantern, light, stable lamp, storm lamp: Ta dty ghoo londeyr da my chassyn: as soilshey da my chesmadyn Bible

londeyr jerree rear light

marksleih eddrym light horse

meih giare light weight

motor beg light car

ronniaght eddrym (f.) light verse

ruagh light red, reddish

sheeleyder sollysh light filter

sheidan geayee light breeze

siyrdeig (f.) light shower

soilshey cooyl rear light

soilshey-ghass gas light

soilshey lout deck light

soilshey marrey sea light

soilshey neon neon light

soilshey oie night light

soilshey pairkal parking light

soilshey raauee warning light

soilshey-reill traffic light

soilshey shee fairy light

soilshey tarlheimagh landing light

soilshey thallooin ground light

soilshey traaght traffic light

sollys jerree rear light

sollys lectragh electric light

tanroagan (f.) scallop-shell light

tonn hollysh (f.) light wave

uinnag chooyl (f.) rear light

anchor-light (n.) soilshey akeragh

light-coloured (adj.) daah-eddrym, gial

light-fingered (adj.) corragagh; laue-eddrym; myngyragh; mynvraddagh

light-footed (adj.) skibbylt; bioyr-chassagh

light-footedness (n.) skibbyltys; bioyr-chassaght

light-headed (adj.) kione-earkanagh; kione-eddrym; cridlagh

light-hearted (adj.) eddrym 'sy chree; eddrym-chreeagh

light-heartedness (n.) eddrymid cree

light-reflecting cohoilshagh

light-year (n.) sollys-vlein

stern-light (n.) soilshaghey jerree

bieauid hollys velocity of light

bioyr-chassagh light-footed

bioyr-chassaght (f.) light-footedness

cairys sollysh right of light

cohoilshagh light-reflecting, reflecting

corragagh light-fingered

cridlagh light-headed

Cronk Sollysh Hill of Light

daah-eddrym light-coloured

druighteen (of dew) bead; dewdrop, light dew

eddrym-chreeagh light-hearted

eddrymid cree light-heartedness

eddrym 'sy chree light-hearted

gah sollysh ray of light

kiart sollysh right of light

kione eairkanagh light-headed person

kione-earkanagh light-headed

kione-eddrym light-headed, vertiginous

laue-eddrym (f.) light-fingered

lostan fo glonney glazed-in light

mynvraddagh light-fingered

soilshaghey jerree stern-light

soilshey akeragh anchor-light

sollys pannyl dash board light

sollys-vlein light-year

spattan light-lodged corn; mow

Thie Soilshey House of Light

breckey yn laa first light of dawn

eddrymee light: Ny s'eddrymee na'n aer. DF

feeyn eddrym light wine, small wine

gruag wuigh ouyr (f.) light brown hair

lonnyr (f.) (of jewels) blaze; brightness, light, sheen, shine

raad yiarn keyl light railway, narrow-gauge railway

roish y toilshey antelucan, before light

soilshey jerree rear light, tail lamp

soilshey lectragh electric light, electric torch

chent pl. chentyn flash, flash of light: Honnick mee chent 'syn aer DF

lossag (f.) flare, fleck of light, flicker, small flame, salamander

soilshey (=Ir.soillsidh) pl. soilshaghyn illuminant, light, shine: chyndaaee'n Chiarn my ghorraghys gys soilshey Bible

uinnag (=Ir. fuinneog) (f.) See uinniag light, window: uinnag jeant jeh skeiltanyn-hessenagh JK

bushel (n.) tubbag; saagh: Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel - Chamoo ta sleih foaddey cainle, as dy choyrt ee fo saagh Bible

electric (adj.) electragh: We have electric light - Ta soilshey electragh ain. JJK idiom; lectragh

of a candle (gen.) cainley; cainleagh: And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee - As cha jean soilshey cainleagh arragh soilshean aynyd Bible

shall not give cha der: and the moon shall not give her light - as cha der yn eayst e soilshey Bible

switch off (v.) dooney yn slattag, mooghey; moogh: Switch off the light - Moogh yn soilshey. DF idiom

cha eddrym so light: Cren aght teh taghyrt eisht dy vel whilleen mee-rioosagh jeh currym cha eddrym as aashagh CS

foadd switch on: Foadd yn soilshey. DF; light: Foadd aile ayns my hamyr. DF

foaddey arson, burn, burning, burn up, ignition, incendiarism; ignite, kindle, light, set on fire: nee ad foaddey ny lampyn Bible; switch on

gial (=Ir. geal) bright, clear, fulgent, light-coloured, shining, snowy, white: bee ad gial myr sniaghtey Bible

glonney (f.) drinking glass, glass, globe, tumbler; light; glasswork: Ayns clowan as fo glonney. Bible

gyn soilshey aphotic, lacking light: taarnagh as chentyn gimman ad ersooyl sheese trooid y dowin gyn soilshey roish nyn sooill PC

jannoo eddrym jeh make light of it: agh ren ayd edrum je, as gha aydyr 'an raydjyn rymbu, anayn gys y valley, anayn elle gys y ghanniyght. PB1610

lossan (f.) aurora, light, phosphorescence; pl. lossanyn blaze, flame, flare: V'ad soie ny brasnagyn er aght crossag as va fer jeh ny deiney goaill daa vrasnag jeh darragh as ren eh rubbey ad dy gheddyn lossan. Dhoor

lossey1 See lossyr pl. lossaghyn pl. lossyryn ablaze, afire, aflame, blaze, blush, burn, burning, flame, flame up, flare, ignition, kindle, light: cre'n lossey mooar ta drillin dy aile foaddey Bible; (in fever) flush; blushing

myngyragh light-fingered, purloining, thieving, thievish: Cha nee myngyragh, agh soilshaghey slane jeidjys firrinagh Bible

neu-hrome light: Gow my whing ort-hene, ynsee jeh shee, son my whing t'ee aashagh, As my h'erraghyn neu-hrome Bible

scell ray of light: Gow yn bayr glass gys beeal y ghlion Raad ta'n drughaig fee dy chionn, Flan er dty olt, Scell jeh'n clieau, Cronnaneyn ayns ny slegganyn slieau Dhoor

skag (f.) (pl -yn) beam of light, beam: HIARN myghinagh ta shin gui oyrts dy hilge skagyn solys dy hoilshey er dy ghill PB1610

skibbyltys (of person) activeness; agility, light-footedness, nimbleness, suppleness: Yn mwaagh treishteil ayns yn skibbyltys e ghooghys EF; gymnastics; athletics

soilshagh illuminant, illuminative, light, lucent, lucid, luminescent, perspicuous: haink ny ushtaghyn dy cheilley ec soilshagh yn laa Bible

soilshaghey (=Ir. soilsiú) 1 characterize, demonstrate, describe, exhibit, explain, illuminate, illustrate, interpret, irradiate, light, lighten, manifest, notify, open, publish, represent, show, show forth: a: cre-erbee nee eh soilshaghey dou Bible; 2 advertisement, declaration, illumination, interpretation, irradiation, manifestation, publication; 3 shew

soilshey sollys shining light: Agh ta raad y vooinjer chrauee myr yn soilshey sollys Bible

soilshey yn theihll light of the world: Choud as ta mee ayns y theihll, mee soilshey yn theihll. Bible

sollys 1 (adj.) bright, brilliant, clear, resplendent, shining, shiny, transparent a: va skell sollys er e eddin Bible; 2 (n.) brightness, lamp, light [L. sol]

at noon ec munlaa: At midday, O king, I saw in the way a light from heaven - Ec mun-laa, O ree, honnick mee er y raad soilshey veih niau Bible; er y vunlaa: And they went out at noon - As hie ad magh er y vunlaa Bible; ec y vunlaa, ec y vun-laa: And it came to pass at noon - As haink eh gy-kione ec y vunlaa Bible

point2 (n.) baare: The point of the sword - Baare y chliwe. DF idiom; birr, byr; bod; gob: Seal Point - Gob ny Rauney. DF idiom; kione: The Point of Ayre light - Thie Soilshey Kione ny Hayrey. DF idiom; point: Fourteen degrees below freezing point - Kiare keimyn jeig fo point rio. JJK idiom; poynt: You can give her a point or two to leeward John - Foddee oo poynt ny ghaa y lhiggey lhee Yuan. DF idiom; (v.) jeeraghey

eddrym (=Ir. adrom) benign, feint, mild, unpronounced; (adj.) light, lightweight, unsubstantial, slight: Son ta my whing aashagh, as my errey eddrym Bible; (as blow) weak; (as head) empty; bird-witted, flighty, shallow, silly: leeideil ayns cappeeys mraane eddrym laadit lesh peccaghyn Bible; vain: Ta ny phadeyryn eck deiney eddrym as cluicagh Bible; (material) airy; frivolous

gillid brightness, clearness, light, lustre: son ta dty ghoullyn sollys moom soilshean goltooan mee lesh y ghloyr va keayrt aym pene; my phooar v'er dty skyn, my ghloyr as gillid neesht, gys liorish moyrn ardalagh va mee brisht PC; (of snow) white, whiteness; cleanliness

skibbylt 1 acrobatic, agile, bouncing, jig, light-footed, nimble, skip, vivacious a: va Asahel coshee cha skibbylt as feeaih 'sy vagher. Bible; 2 (as person) active

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