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Mark (n.) Markys, Markysh; Mairk

mark1 (n.) butt, cowrey, kelk, mark; cagliagh; (v.) cowraghey, cronnaghey, cur cowrey er, cur cron er, goaill tastey jeh, markal; cowree: Mark the place - Cowree yn boayl. JJK idiom; (intj) cur my ner

mark2 (n.) (coin) marg

mark3 (v.) (to); (y) varkal

mark (=Ir. marc, marcan) brand; mark: T'eh er lhoobey e vhow, as er hoiaghey mish son mark da'n tide Bible; horse


Inexact matches:

exclamation mark (n.) cowrey yllee

Fishing Mark (n.) Aahley

fishing mark (n.) lhei

highwater mark (n.) baare y lane

mark off (v.) towse

mark out (v.) giarrey, markal magh

mark time (v.) bwoalley yn traa

mark up (v.) cowraghey

pencil mark (n.) cowrey pensyl

plate mark cowrey yn phlait

question mark (n.) cowrey feysht

registration mark (n.) cowrey-recortyssee

repeat mark (n.) cowrey aa-chloie

ripple mark (n.) immyreen

sea mark (n.) cowrey marrey

sheep mark (n.) cowrey keyrragh

strawberry mark (n.) boayl ruy

streaky mark (n.) scheim

stress mark (n.) cowrey trimmid

mark-hidoor shleiy uhlan

Cherished Registration Mark (n.) Cowrey-recortyssee Keainit, Cowrey-recortyssee Ennoil

high water mark (n.) barre y lane

John's Son of Mark Farm (n.) Balley Juan Vark

Aahley Fishing Mark

boayl ruy strawberry mark

cowraghey 1 betoken, betray, characterize, denote, exhibit, gesture, imply, log, mark, mark up, note, portend, represent, seal, sign, signify, stamp, symbolize a: Ta ny three banglaneyn cowraghey three laa. Bible; 2 (of colour) blotch; 3 characterization, denotation; 4 signal

cowrey aa-chloie repeat mark

cowrey feysht question mark

cowrey keyrragh sheep mark

cowrey marrey sea mark

cowrey pensyl pencil mark

cowrey-recortyssee registration mark

cowrey trimmid stress mark

cowrey yllee exclamation mark

immyreen (f.) ripple mark

lhei (f.) fishing mark

Mairk (=Ir. Marc Marcus) Mark

marg (coin) mark

Markysh Mark

varkal See markal (y); (to) mark

horseman (n.) mark-sleih, markiagh

uhlan (n.) mark-hidoor shleiy

welterweight (n.) mark-veih

bwoalley yn traa mark time

Cowrey-recortyssee Ennoil Cherished Registration Mark

Cowrey-recortyssee Keainit Cherished Registration Mark

cowrey yn phlait plate mark

mark-sleih horseman

mark-veih welterweight

baare y lane highwater mark, watermark

Balley Juan Vark John's Son of Mark Farm

barre y lane high water mark

cur cowrey er brand, imprint, mark

cur cron er blemish as reputation, mark

brand1 (n.) cowrey, mark; (v.) cur cowrey er, cur ennym er

butt 1 heap, mark; 2 little crowd; 3 stamina, strength a: Cha nel monney butt aynjee. DF

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

Bee er dty arrey (intj) Beware, Watch out; Mark: Immee as niartee oo-hene, as bee er dty arrey, as jeeagh cre tou dy yannoo Bible

cagliagh confine, demarcation, limit, limitation, mark: va Jordan yn cagliagh er y cheu-har Bible; barrier

cowree (f.) call: cowree eh e harvaantyn liorish ennym elley Bible; flummery, sowins; (v.) mark; signal

cronnaghey check over, detect, determine, mark, miss, observe, perceive, scan: ta ny sooillyn eck cronnaghey foddey jeh. Bible

cur my ner (intj) behold, lo, mark: As cur-my-ner, haink seose ass yn awin, shiaght booaghyn aalin, as slane beiyht Bible; beholding: hug eh my-ner, ny lhie er-gerrey da, Beelzebub mooar, yn prince by-niessey va da hene ayns reill Bible; visit

goaill tastey jeh attend, mark, note, notice, observe: Ta ny sooillyn echey goaill tastey jeh'n voght Bible

kelk (=Ir. cailc) 1 mark; 2 chalk a: t'eh jannoo ooilley claghyn yn altar myr claghyn kelk t'er ny vroo dy myn v; 3 pipeclay

markal magh mark out; point out: As nee shiu markal magh yn chagliagh har eu veih Hazar-enan gys Shepham Bible

Markys Mark: Va Markys ny ghooinney giastyllagh as meen, as tra v'eh ny henn ghooinney as doal, hooar eh baase. Chron

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

sideyn arrows: As neems three sideyn y lhiggey er y lhiattee echey myr dy beign lhiggey er mark. Bible

horse (n.) cabbyl: I wish you had a better horse - Saillym dy beagh cabbyl ny share eu. JJK idiom; eagh; marksleih; mark; niagh: The horse is prepared against the day of battle - Tan niagh greihit cour laa yn chaggey Bible

cowrey (=Ir. comhartha) pl. cowraghyn mark: As hug y Chiarn cowrey er Cain Bible; token: Shoh cowrey yn chonaant ta mee dy yannoo eddyr mish, as shiuish Bible; sign: As ver-yms scarrey eddyr y pobble ayms, as y pobble ayds; mairagh vees yn cowrey shoh. Bible; attribute, badge, beacon, brand, caret, character, denotation, emblem, evidence, feature, gesture, hint, indication, intimation, marque, mot, seal, signal, stamp, symbol, symptom, trace; wealth

Ewan Ewan: deiney lheid as Illiam y Radcliffe, Mark Braide, Juan y Geill, Doug y Karaghey, Leslie as Walter Quirk, Walter y Chleree, Chalse y Craine, Ewan y Christeen, as shiartanse dy fir elley, as b'yindyssagh dy jarroo yn obbyr va jeant oc y Ghaelg y 'reayll bio. LC

giarrey1 (=Ir. gearradh) abbreviate, abridge, axe, beat out, carve, castrate, circumcise, cleave, clip, condense, cut, cut away, cut back, cut short, cut up, disconnect, dissect, erupt, flux, gash, hack, hew, incise, intersect, lance, levy, lop, mark out, prune, sever, shear, sink, slash, slicing, slit, snip; cut off: Ny jean-jee giarrey jeh sluight kynney ny Kohathiteyn, veih mastey ny Leviteyn Bible; (as words) clip: Nagh vaik oo dy vel dy chooilley hushtey ymmyrçhagh soit sheese ayns focklyn giarrey? CS; (as tail) crop; curtailment; diarrhoea; abridging, condensing, nicking, pruning, reaping; section [O.Ir. gerraid]

Karaghey Fargher: deiney lheid as Illiam y Radcliffe, Mark Braide, Juan y Geill, Doug y Karaghey, Leslie as Walter Quirk, Walter y Chleree, Chaise y Craine, Ewan y Christeen, as shiartanse dy fir elley, as b'yindyssagh dy jarroo yn obbyr va jeant LC

towse (=Ir. tomhas) pl. towseyn 1 calibre, capacity, dose, gauge, mensuration, mete, rating, size, time, value a: As liorish towse hug eh airh son buird yn arran casherick Bible; 2 (of gold) tit; 3 (n.) divine law; 4 (v.) mark off, measure out, weigh out, measure, weigh, size up, sum up, summing up, ponder

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