line coyrd, skeog; craplag; keird; lineal; linney: Line that links up two towns - Linney ta ny kiangley eddyr daa valley. DF idiom; rann; rimmeigey; scheimmeig; scheimmeigey; sheeynag: Horizontal line - Sheeynag chochruinnagh. DF idiom; sliught; snaie; strane: Walk in line - Shooyl rere strane. DF idiom; strap; streng; tead; thow; line
plummet (n.) level: Judgment also will I lay to the line, and righteousness to the plummet - Briwnys myrgeddin neem’s layal gys y line, as cairys gys y level Bible; pontreil: I will stretch over Jerusalem the line of Samaria, and the plummet of the house of Ahab - sheeyn-yms magh harrish Jerusalem line towshan Samaria, as pontreil thie Ahab Bible; (v.) pontreiley
keird (=Ir. ceard) (f.) pl. keirdyn avocation, business, calling, craft, discipline, employment, finish, line, occupation, profession, professional skill, pursuit, trade, vocation: cha bee fir-cheirdey jeh keird erbee, arragh ry-gheddyn aynyd's Bible; art [O.Ir. cerd]
seyir 1 (n.) carpenter, joiner a: Ta'n seyir sheeyney magh e rule, t'eh markal magh eh lesh line Bible; 2 (npl.) carpenters: hug ad eh da ny seyir as ny masoonee dy ve baarit ayns obbyr thie’n Chiarn Bible
strane (=Ir. sreath) (f.) 1 cordon, file, line, rank, row, terrace; 2 (of men) column; 3 (of locks) ladder; 4 series a: Ta'n lioar shoh ayns strane dy lioaryn currit magh ec colught enmyssit Multilingual Matters Ltd. Carn
for (prep.) chum: Spit for roasting meat - Bher chum rostey feill. DF idiom; gour, kyndagh; cour: To lay something by for a rainy day - Cur red ennagh ersooyl cour laa fliaghee. JJK idiom; da: I fetch and carry for him - Ta mee jannoo chyrryssyn da. DF idiom; dys; er: He was called for - V'eh eieit er. DF idiom; er son: For keeps - Er son dy bragh. DF idiom; lesh: He made a bee-line for the table - Hie eh dy jeeragh lesh y voayrd. DF idiom; rish: For the past few days - Rish ny laghyn jerrinagh shoh. DF idiom; ry-hoi; son: For ever and ever - Son dy bragh as dy bragh. DF idiom
front eddin: The front of the house - Eddin y thie. DF idiom; oaie: The front of the house - Oaie y thie. DF idiom; (n.) breid, broghil, glaare; toshee: Front-line soldiers - Sidooryn toshee. DF idiom; (v.) cur eddin er, cur oaie er
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