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lught-thie house: nee ad goaill daue hene eayn: dy chooilley ghooinney cordail rish lugh-thie nyn ayrey, eayn son thie. Bible


Inexact matches:

jeh lught-thie of the family

scape lught-thie escutcheon

leigh yn lught-thie (f.) family law

Shirveish-choonee yn Whaiyl Lught-thie Isle of Man Family Court Welfare Service

spoyrt son ooilley'n lught-thie fun for all the family

family law (n.) leigh yn lught-thie

of the family jeh'n cheel; jeh sluight: And there was a certain man of Zorah, of the family of he Danites - As va dooinney dy row ayns Zorah jeh sluight ny Daniteyn Bible; jeh kynney: And there went from thence of the family of the Danites - As hie magh veih shen, ass Zorah as Eshtaol, jeh kynney ny Daniteyn Bible; jeh lught-thie: their inheritance remained in the tribe of the family of their father. - ren yn eiraght tannaghtyn ayns tribe lught-thie nyn ayrey Bible

escutcheon (n.) claare enmey, scape lught-thie, scutchyn

crest3 (n.) (on seal) armys: The family crest - Armys y lught-thie. DF idiom

fun for all the family spoyrt son ooilley'n lught-thie

Isle of Man Family Court Welfare Service (n.) Shirveish-choonee yn Whaiyl Lught-thie

shioltane pl. shioltaneyn flock, herd: bishaghey'n lught-thie echey myr shioltane keyrragh Bible; (of sheep) gathering

shioltane keyrragh flock of sheep: as bishagheyn lught-thie echey myr shioltane keyrragh Bible

family (n.) chymsaght, clein, kynnee, kynney, lhiannoo, lhoirran, mooinjer, sleih, sluight; lught thie: My sister is the tallest of our family - Ta'n chuyr aym y nane s'lhiurey jeh'n lught-thie ain. JJK idiom

household (n.) chaaghlagh, mooinjer thielagh, thieys; lught thie: And Joseph nourished his father, and his brethren, and all his father's household - As ren Joseph magh e ayr, as e vraaraghyn, as ooilley lught-thie e ayrey Bible

tallest (adj.) smoo; (comp./sup.) s'lhiurey: My sister is the tallest of our family - Ta'n chuyr aym y nane s'lhiurey jeh'n lught-thie ain. JJK idiom

balley beg cheerey village: Keayrt dy row va lught-thie Mylvreeshey cummal ayns balley beg cheerey v'enmysit Creneash. Dhoor; one horse town

caarjyn friends: t'ee geamagh er e caarjyn as e naboonyn cooidjagh Bible; lovers; kith; mates: Dinsh guilley ennagh da caarjyn dy daink 'un veoir-shee jeig' dys cummal e lught-thie as ad 'ceau jaggadyn-flak'. Carn

carriads (f.) cab, carriage, compartment, corvee, vehicle: er cabbil, as ayns fainee, as er carriads Bible; enforced labour: Shoh obbyr lught-thie ny Gershoniteyn, dy hirveish, as son carriads Bible

fadeyr pl. fadeyryn prophet: She'n fer-ynsee Pangloss va fadeyr creeney yn lught-thie, as va Candide geaishtagh rish ny lessoonyn echey lesh ooilley'n credjue mie haink jesh da'n eash as yn ymmyrkey echey. CnyO; vaticinator

lesh y neear westward: Nee lught-thie ny Gershoniteyn grunt y ghoaill son nyn gabbaneyn cooyl y chabbane-agglish, lesh y neear Bible

lorgey pursue, pursuit, spoor, trace, track; tracing, trailing, urging: Ta'n Reejerey Charles Davson lorgey kiangley e lught-thie gys Mannin erash gys y hoghtoo eash. BS

lught thie pl. lughtyn-thie family, household, household members: Haink e lught-thie dys Sostyn tammylt beg ny s'anmey ayns bleeantyn ny feedyn. Carn

mayrey (gen.) maternal, mother; of mother, of a mother: dinsh ee ny reddyn shoh da lught-thie e mayrey. Bible

porteryn porters: As dyllee eh er ny porteryn, as dinsh ad eh cheu-sthie ayns lught-thie yn ree Bible

Purt Soderick Port Soderick: Va Purt Soderick feer ennoil lesh ny turrysee tra va Ealish aeg, as ragh e lught-thie dy mennick dys shen. CL

s'anmey (ny) later, later on: Haink e lught-thie dys Sostyn tammylt beg ny s'anmey ayns bleeantyn ny feedyn. Carn; latest

sheshey-cummaltee fellow citizens: Cha vel shin nish er-y-fa shen ny sodjey nyn yoarreeyn as jeh cheer whaagh, agh sheshey-cummaltee marish ny nooghyn, as jeh lught-thie Yee Bible

stitt bullocks: Va Fyn as e lught-thie 'syn ayrn heose, as nyn ollagh (daa vooa as troor sy stitt) 'syn ayrn heese. LTQ

'sy tourey in summer: S'mie lhiam cheet er laghyn seyrey sy tourey marish y lught-thie aym Carn

dishonour (v.) cur meeonnor er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur meeonnor er y vooinjer. DF idiom; cur nearey er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur nearey er y lught-thie. DF idiom; (n.) jeh-voylley, meeonnor, meeonnoragh, mee-ooashley, meewooie, neuonnor

house (n.) chaagh, teagh; (n.) cabbane, lhiaght; thie: and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's house - as van ven goit stiagh gys thie Pharoah Bible; (v.) cur aaght da, cur stiagh; (n.) lught eishtagh; lught eaishtagh; lugh-thie: and now when shall I provide for mine own house also? - as nish, nagh vel eh traa dou kiarail y ghoaill son my lught-thie myrgeddin? Bible; (nyn) dhie

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