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loau (=Ir. lofa) 1 carious, corrupt, decayed, gangrenous, putrefactive, putrescent, putrid, rotted, rotten, stagnate, stale, tottering, unsound a: t'ou uss tilgit magh ass dty oaie myr bangan loau Bible; 2 (as meat) bad; 3 (putrid) foul


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caashey loau rotten cheese

clagh loau (f.) rottenstone

frytlaggyn loau rotten rags: Cur nish ny shenn chloodyn ceaut, as ny frytlaggyn loau shoh fo dty achlishyn, fo ny coyrdyn. Bible

fuygh loau rotten wood: T'eh dy choontey yiarn myr coonlagh, as prash myr fuygh loau. Bible

ooh loau (f.) rotten egg

rotten (adj.) breinn, graney, guirragh, kercheenagh, lheahree, molkit; loau: Soon ripe soon rotten - Leah appee leah loau. JJK idiom

bad2 (adj.) (as meat) loau

bad6 (as meat) loau

carious (adj.) carragh, loau

foul5 (adj.) (putrid) loau

gangrenous (adj.) gangrailagh; loau

putrefactive (adj.) loau

putrescent (adj.) loau

putrid (adj.) breinn, loau

rotted loau; molkit

rotten cheese (n.) caashey loau

rotten egg (n.) ooh loau

rotten rags (npl.) frytlaggyn loau

rottenstone (n.) clagh loau

stagnate (v.) loau

decayed (adj.) loau, creen, fioghit, fiojit

foul3 (adj.) (putrid) breinn, loau, sallagh; (v.) breinnaghey

rotten wood (n.) musthane; fuygh loau

unsound (adj.) aslane; foudagh; loau; neufollan

corrupt1 (adj.) loau, broghe; (v.) cleaynaghey, milley, mhilley; mow; sollaghey

tottering corraghid; corraghys; tuittymagh; loau; corragh

achlishyn armholes: ny frytlaggyn loau shoh fo dty achlishyn Bible

armholes (npl.) achlishyn: Put now these old cast clouts and rotten rags under thine armholes - Cur nish ny shenn chloodyn ceaut, as ny frytlaggyn loau shoh fo dty achlishyn Bible

bad1 (adj.) drogh: Bad death on you! - Drogh vaase ort! DF idiom; doogh, breaghagh, dangeragh, donney, loau, loghtagh; olk

foul1 branglish, awane, breinn, breinnaghey, loau; branglish aggairagh, builley aggairagh; far-chloie; feodagh; neughlen; sallagh: Foul bottom - Thoyn sallagh. DF idiom; toghtit; jeeillagh; (v.) broghey, cheet sallagh er, jannoo far chloie, jannoo tramman, toghtey

fruit (n.) mess: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; troar; (v.) ymmyrkey mess

ripe (adj.) appee: Soon ripe soon rotten - Leah appee leah loau. JJK idiom; creen; creeney: Ripe fields - Magheryn creeney. DF idiom

rot loauaghey, loaughey: This fruit is beginning to rot - Ta'n mess shoh goaill toshiaght dy loau. JJK idiom; loauid; loauys; molkey; ommidys; ommidjys; trouise

bangan bough, cutting, leg of contest, limb, scion: t'ou uss tilgit magh ass dty oaie myr bangan loau Bible

beeagh would be: ghow mee yn cryss veih'n boayl raad dollee mee eh; as cur-my-ner, van cryss loau, cha beeagh eh veg. Bible

claghyn yn ooig stones of the pit: Agh t'ou uss tilgit magh ass dty oaie myr bangan loau, as myr coamrey ny merriu ta roight trooid lesh y chliwe, ta ceaut sheese fo claghyn yn ooig Bible

feer olk badly; very bad: as va 'sy vaskad elley figgyn feer olk, nagh voddagh ve eeit, v'ad cha loau shen. Bible

fo'n speyr alfresco: va smoghan agglagh ayn gollrish feill va goll loau, as cha row eh agh un vinnid fo'n speyr tra ren paart dy studeyryn gaccan mychione y ghart as ghoon ad nyn uinnagyn dy tappee. GB

frytlaggyn rags: hie eh stiagh gys thie yn ree fo yn thie-tashtee, raad hooar eh shenn chloodyn ceaut, as shenn frytlaggyn loau, as lhig eh sheese ad lesh coyrdyn 'sy dungeon gys Jeremiah. Bible

martyr martyr: Sy vlein cheddin, va Magnus mac Olaf, Ree Loghlyn, as oe Harald Harfagre, geearree feddyn magh row corp y Noo Olaf, y martyr reeoil, er loau. Chron

shenn chloodyn old clouts: hie eh stiagh gys thie yn ree fo yn thie-tashtee, raad hooar eh shenn chloodyn ceaut, as shenn frytlaggyn loau, as lhig eh sheese ad lesh coyrdyn 'sy dungeon gys Jeremiah. Bible

soaltyn barns: Tan sheel loau fo ny creaghyn, ta ny thieyn arroo follym-faase, ta ny soaltyn nyn dholtanyn Bible

trieghyn feet, soles: Va paitchyn cheet huc dinsh daue dy row sleih ennagh deayrtey geayr er'n voayl v'ad cliaghtey cloie yn aght va trieghyn nyn mraagyn goll loau. Carn

soon (adv.) dy gerrid: She'll be coming soon - Bee ee cheet dy-gerrid. JJK idiom; dy leah: I hope I shall soon see you again - Ta mee treishteil dy vaikym shiu dy-leah reesht. JJK idiom; leah: Soon ripe soon rotten - Leah appee leah loau. JJK idiom

stale (adj.) gart, gort: Stale milk - Bainney gort. DF idiom; gear; loau; eig: This ale is stale - Ta'n lhune shoh eig. DF idiom; goll eig; roit ass; shenn: This bread is stale - Ta shenn vlass er yn arran shoh. DF idiom

glasseraght (f.) grassiness, herbage, vegetation, verdure: dooar ymmodee jeu baase er y lhong, kyndagh rish drogh-earish, chingys-marrey, obbyr chreoi as dewilys ny skimmee, as doagan trooid bee loau, gyn glasseraght erbee, as va nyn girp ceaut harrish- boayrd gys ny sharkaghyn. Dhoor

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