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Line (n.) (The); (Yn) Meanchiarkyl

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

line line: ta e laue er rheynn shoh orroo liorish line Bible


Inexact matches:

approaching line (n.) noal linney

arterial line (n.) ard-raad yiarn

assembly line (n.) linney

centre line (n.) linney veanagh

clothes line (n.) streng eaddagh

datum line (n.) bun-linney

dotted line (n.) linney ponkagh

drying line (n.) streng niaghan

finishing line (n.) kione jerree

Fishing Line (n.) Greie

fishing line (n.) rimlagh

fixed line (n.) linney soit

ground line (n.) fartiman; gorstag

heaving line (n.) tead tayrn, tead tayrnee

lead line (n.) tead suntal

ledger line (n.) linney ghiare

line drawing (n.) linneeaght

line engraving grainney linnagh

line fishing (v.) eeastagh lesh balk

line spacer (n.) scarthane

line up (v.) cur ayns linney, famman y yannoo, jannoo linney, roaghey

load line (n.) linney lughtee

loop line (n.) loob-vayr

night line (n.) fartiman

party line (n.) linney pharteeagh, polasee yn phartee

Plimsoll line (yn) clat

plumb line (n.) pontreil

railway line (n.) raad yiarn

receding line noon linney

sea line (n.) bun ny speyr

service line (n.) linney choyrt

small line (n.) linnag

snow line (n.) ardjid sheer-niaghtagh; ardjid sheer-niaghtee

sounding line (n.) rimlagh sunteil

starting line (n.) linney hoshee

steamship line (n.) colught gaaltan

telephone line (n.) streng chellvane

trunk line (n.) ard-linney

vertical line (n.) sheeynag phontreilagh

wavy line (n.) linney chorragh

Ellan Vannin Line (n.) Lhuingys Ellan Vannin

fixed line services (npl.) shirveishyn linnaghyn soit

hair fishing line (n.) scrabane

International Date Line (n.) Daayt-linney Eddyrashoonagh

line of ascent crouw hennayraght

line of battle (n.) linney chaggee

line of force (n.) troa-linney

line of march (n.) strane co-hooyl

line on the skin (n.) rimmeig, scheim

plummet (n.) level: Judgment also will I lay to the line, and righteousness to the plummet - Briwnys myrgeddin neems 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

fartiman (from shore) ground line, night line, longline; paternoster

ardjid sheer-niaghtagh snow line

ardjid sheer-niaghtee snow line

ard-raad yiarn arterial line

bun-linney (f.) baseline, datum line

clat (f.) (yn) Plimsoll line

colught gaaltan steamship line

gorstag (f.) ground line

grainney linnagh line engraving

Greie Fishing Line

jannoo linney line up

lineal line

linnag (f.) small line

linney (=Ir. líne) (f.) pl. linnaghyn line, row: Screeu y bard y linney shoh: "As eer ny Sostnee hene, foddee dy vow adsyn hene baase laa ennagh". Carn; assembly line

linney chorragh (f.) wavy line

linney choyrt (f.) service line

linney ghiare (f.) ledger line

linney hoshee (f.) starting line

linney lughtee (f.) load line

linney pharteeagh (f.) party line

linney ponkagh (f.) dotted line

linney soit (f.) fixed line

linney veanagh (f.) centre line

loob-vayr loop line

Meanchiarkyl (Yn) Equator; (The) Line

noal linney (f.) approaching line

noon linney (f.) receding line

pontreil (f.) fishing weight, plumb bob, plumb line, plummet: sheeyn-yms magh harrish Jerusalem line towshan Samaria, as pontreil thie Ahab Bible; plumb; weight

rimlagh sunteil (f.) sounding line

scarthane line spacer, speculum

scheimmeig COMPARE schimmeig line

scheimmeigey line, streak

scrabane hair fishing line

sheeynag phontreilagh vertical line

streng chellvane (f.) telephone line

streng eaddagh (f.) clothes line

streng niaghan (f.) drying line

tead suntal lead line

line-drawer (n.) scheimmeigeyder

line-space (n.) spoar linney

log-line (n.) tead gleash-veih

rhumb-line (n.) rum-linney

bun ny speyr sea line

crouw hennayraght (f.) line of ascent

cur ayns linney line up

Daayt-linney Eddyrashoonagh International Date Line

eeastagh lesh balk line fishing

famman y yannoo line up

kione jerree finishing line, quarterdeck

linneeaght (f.) drawing, lineage, line drawing

linney chaggee (f.) line of battle

polasee yn phartee party line

raad yiarn railway, railway line

rimmeigey line, streak, stripe, weal

rum-linney rhumb-line

scheimmeigeyder line-drawer

spoar linney line-space

strane co-hooyl line of march

tead gleash-veih log-line

troa-linney (f.) directrix, line of force

Lhuingys Ellan Vannin Ellan Vannin Line

roaghey line up, row, set in rows

sheeynag (f.) line: Sheeynag y hayrn. DF

shirveishyn linnaghyn soit (f.) fixed line services

sliught See sluight issue, line, posterity, seed, spawn

tead tayrn heaving line, tow rope

tead tayrnee heaving line, tow, warp

thow buoy rope, line, painter, rope

shipping (n.) lhuingys: Shipping line - Colught lhuingys. DF idiom

craplag (f.) fold, furrow, line, wrinkle: t'ou er my choodaghey lesh craplagyn Bible; crease

markal mark: t'eh markal magh eh lesh line Bible

rann 1 (of rank) division a: Dy hroailt 'sy treeoo rann. DF; 2 line

cinema (n.) kinemey, scannaneaght; thie jalloo: Line up for the cinema - Famman y yannoo cheu mooie jeh'n thie jalloo. DF idiom; thie scannane; thie-fillym

locality (n.) ynnyd, ynnydys; boayl: The locality served by the railway line - Yn boayl ta'n raad yiarn shirveish er. DF idiom

railway (n.) raad yiarn: The locality served by the railway line - Yn boayl ta'n raad yiarn shirveish er. DF idiom; railley

ard-linney (f.) headline: Art ayns y chur-magh jerrinagh jeh Earishlioar Arraghey Vannin, lesh yn ard-linney 'Y Traa ry Heet: Madran Noa ny Jerkallys Foalsey? BS; main, trunk, trunk line

ayns cummey like, likeness: t'eh markal magh eh lesh line, t'eh kiartaghey eh lesh planeyn, as goaill towshan lesh y chombaase, as jannoo eh ayns cummey dooinney, cordail rish stoamid dooinney Bible

coyrd 1 line, rope a: lhig ee sheese ad er coyrd trooid yn uinniag Bible; b pl. coyrdyn; 2 (of wood) cord; 3 chord

hraartys (dy) of emptiness: nee eh sheeyney magh er yn line dy hoyrt-mow, as yn level dy hraartys Bible

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]

level (n.) plummet: Briwnys myrgeddin neem's layal gys y line, as cairys gys y level Bible

planeyn planes: Ta'n seyir sheeyney magh e rule, t'eh markal magh eh lesh line, t'eh kiartaghey eh lesh planeyn, as goaill towshan lesh y chombaase Bible

rimlagh (f.) cord, sail-cord; fishing line: Ren ee e cooid share dy hayrn yn rimlagh stiagh sy vaatey, agh cha dod ee tayrn yn eeast dys eaghtyr yn ushtey. CJ

rimmeig (f.) line on the skin, rib, weal; streak, stripe: As chentyn runt mygeayrt, dettyl eh ayns arc Orraghit myr rimmeig, jeh Lossan y Twoaie Dhoor

scheim line on the skin, streaky mark; strip: Scheim thallooin roie magh 'sy cheayn. DF

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 thien Chiarn Bible

skeog (f.) pl. skeogyn line; lock, tress: chiangle ee yn skeog scarleod syn uinniag Bible

snaie line, thread, yarn, worm: vrish eh ad jeh e roihaghyn myr snaie Bible; netting

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

strap pl. strappyn line, strap, sling, string: Nagh goym nhee erbee, eer veih snaie gys strap-braagey Bible

streng (=Ir. streang) (f.) pl. strengyn chord, line, string, wire: va ny cleayshyn echey er nyn vosley, as streng e hengey er ny eaysley Bible [M.E. streng]

tead (=Ir. téad, Sc.G. teud, tiad) See tedd pl. teaddyn guy, line, loose rope, rope, string: Hayrn ad er y tead derrey vrish eh. DF [O.Ir. tét]

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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