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May (n.) Boaldyn, Mee Boaldyn; (Yn) chied vee jeh'n Tourey; Mee ny Boaldyn; Mee ny Boaldyney; Mee ny Cooagyn; Toshiaght Souree

may (n.) drine; (v.) fod, foddee


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I may foddym: I will come with what speed I may - Higym cha tappee as foddym. DF idiom I may lose - Foddym coayl. DF idiom

may be dy row

may beetle (n.) carnoain

May Cottage (n.) Bwaane y Drine

May Day (n.) Beeal Voayldyn, Laa Boaldyn, Laa Buigh ny Boaldyn

May Eve (n.) Oie Voaldyn

May Field (n.) Magher Drine

may I oddym, oddym's: What may I offer you? - C'red oddym arral erriu? JJK idiom; noddym: May I open this door? - Noddym fosley yn dorrys shoh? DF idiom

May lily (n.) lilee ny Boaldyn

May Well (n.) Chibbyrt Boaldyn, Chibbyrt Belthane

of May Boaldyney

May Eo (f.) Mayo

be it as it may ga ta

Cape May warbler (n.) kiaulleyder Cape May

it may be foddee eh ve: It may be the Lord thy God will hear all the words of Rab-shakeh - Foddee eh ve, dy jean y Chiarn dty Yee clashtyn ooilley goan Rab-shakeh Bible

May Bank Holiday (n.) Laa Seyr Banc Boaldyn

Place of May Festivity (n.) Byultan, Bolthann

Queen of the May (n.) Benrein ny Boayldyn

so may it be myr shen dy row eh

that I may (dy) voddym: that I may bury my dead out of my sight - dy voddym yn marroo y oanluckey ass my hilley Bible

that it may please you dy gooidsave lhiat

that we may (dy) vodmayd: that we may live, and not die - dy vod mayd ve bio, as nagh vow mayd baase Bible

kiaulleyder Cape May Cape May warbler

Beeal Voayldyn May Day

Boaldyney (gen.) of May

Chibbyrt Belthane May Well

Chibbyrt Boaldyn May Well

Magher Drine May Field

Mee ny Boaldyney (f.) May

Mee ny Cooagyn (f.) May

Bolthann Place of May Festivity

Bwaane y Drine May Cottage

Byultan Place of May Festivity

chied vee jeh'n Tourey (Yn) May

lilee ny Boaldyn (f.) May lily

Mayo (n.) May Eo [Ir. Maigh Eo]

Benrein ny Boayldyn (f.) Queen of the May

carnoain cockchafer, flying beetle, may beetle

Laa Buigh ny Boaldyn May Day

Laa Seyr Banc Boaldyn May Bank Holiday

oddym may I: kys oddym sauail oo Bible

forget (v.) jarrood: May I never forget you DF idiom; jarroodey

Laa Boaldyn May Day: Ta mee eddyr daa aile Laa Boaldyn. DF

afternoon (n.) fastyr: If he consents, you may spend the afternoon at your aunt's - My choardys eh, foddee oo ceau yn fastyr marish dty naunt. JJK idiom; fastyragh; lurg munlaa

be1 (v.) bee: Be civil towards everybody - Bee beasagh da ooilley. JJK idiom; bee-jee; She; ve, 've: Be that as it may, I've made up my mind - Foddee shen y ve, agh ta m'aigney jeant magh. JJK idiom

breathe (v.) ennalaghey, sheidey, tayrn ennal; sheid ennal: and breathe upon these slain, that they may live - as sheid ennal ayns ny merriu shoh, dy vod ad ve bio Bible

by her lioree: may strong men have been slain by her - shimmeyn fer trean ter ny ve stroit lioree Bible; (emph.) lioreeish

cloudy (adj.) bodjallagh: The weather is cloudy - Ta'n emshir bodjallagh. JJK idiom; mooirjeenagh: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom; neuheelit

come over (v.) cheet noal, hoal, tar harrish; tar noal: Come over to me that I may see you - Tar noal hym dy vaikym oo. DF idiom; (n.) feolagh

compliments bannaght; corp as slaynt: Whatever compliments he may pay you, don't beleive it - Cre erbee corp-as-slaynt saillish hood, ny cur treisht ayn. JJK idiom; moyllaghyn; moylley

comprehend (v.) goaill baght, goaill stiagh; toiggal: May be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, and length - Ve abyl dy hoiggal marish ooilley ny nooghyn cre tan lheead, as y lhiurid Bible

despise mee-ooashlaghey; s'beg lesh; soiaghey beg jeh: However rich you may be, don't despise the poor - Kied echey berchagh as foddee shiu ve ny soie beg jeh ny boghtyn. JJK idiom; toirey; jyimmyly

disquiet anaashagh; anvea: that he may give rest to the land, and disquiet the inhabitants of Babylon - son fea y choyrt dan cheer, agh anvea da Bible; imnea; neuaash

forgiveness (n.) leih: that they may receive forgiveness of sins - dy vod ad leih peccaghyn y gheddyn Bible; maih, maihnys

henceforth (adv.) maghey shoh; (ny) sodjey maghey shoh; (ny) jei shoh; veih shoh magh: May no fruit grow on thee from henceforth ever - Nar aase mess erbee orts veih shoh magh er son dy bragh. DF idiom

herewith (adv.) lesh shoh: that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith - dy vod beagheyve ayns my hies, as prow-jee mee nish lesh shoh Bible

however (adv.) ansherbee, my ta; (ny) yei; ga ta; kied echey: However rich you may be, don't despise the poor - Kied echey berchagh as foddee shiu ve ny soie beg jeh ny boghtyn. JJK idiom

I will intreat guee-ym: I will intreat the Lord that the swarms of flies may depart - guee-ym gys y Chiarn, dy vod ny swarmynbeishteig Bible

ladies (npl.) mraane: However learned these ladies may be, they make themselves ridiculous - Kied echey ynsit foddee ny mraane shoh y ve, t'ad cur orroo hene jeeaghyn ommijagh. JJK idiom; ladeeyn

laughs (v.) gearey: The merry man laughs - Ta'n dooinney gennal gearey. JJK idiom; ghearys: He who laughs to-day may weep tomorrow - Eshyn ghearys jiu oddys keayney mairagh. JJK idiom

mind aigney: Be that as it may, I've made up my mind - Foddee shen y ve, agh ta m'aigney jeant magh. JJK idiom; barel; cooinaght; cooinaghtyn; miandid

offer arral: What may I offer you? - C'red oddym arral erriu? JJK idiom; chebbal; cheb; sheb; (to); (dy) hebbal; (impv) arr

on this side er y cheu shoh: that the possession of our inheritance on this side Jordan may be our's - dy vod cummal yn eiraght ain ve er y cheu shoh dy Yordan Bible

opinions (npl.) barelyn; credjueyn: However opposed our opinions may be, do not let us hate each other - Kied echey ta nyn gredjueyn shassoo noi e cheilley, ny lhig dooin ve dwoaieagh er y cheilley. JJK idiom

prove (v.) fiddraghtyn, fondaghey, fidraghtyn; jeru; (impv) ronsee; prowal: Whatever you may say, I'll prove to you that you're wrong - Cre erbee foddee oo gra, n'eem prowal dhyt dy vel oo cam. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) phrowal

ridiculous (adj.) faghidagh; gannidagh; ommijagh: However learned these ladies may be, they make themselves ridiculous - Kied echey ynsit foddee ny mraane shoh y ve, t'ad cur orroo hene jeeaghyn ommijagh. JJK idiom

salad (n.) glassan: Salad may have its admirers but I am not one of them - Foddee dy vel sleih ayn s'laik lhieu glassan, agh cha laik lhiam eh. JJK idiom; sallaid: Mixed salad - Sallaid meshtit. DF idiom

showers (npl.) frassyn: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom

sky (v.) bwoalley 'syn ardjid; (n.) speyr; aer: We may have some showers, for the sky is getting cloudy - Foddee ve frassyn ain, son ta'n aer jeeaghyn mooirjeenagh. JJK idiom

sure (adj., adv., v.) shickyr: He won't lend them to them, you may be sure - Cha n'eeasagh eh daue ad, foddee oo ve shickyr. JJK idiom

teacher (n.) ynseyder; fer-ynsee: The teacher says we may - Ta'n fer-ynsee gra dy vodmayd. JJK idiom

tomorrow (adv., n.) mairagh: He who laughs to-day may weep tomorrow - Eshyn ghearys jiu oddys keayney mairagh. JJK idiom

waved criht: that the breast may be waved for a wave offering - dy vod y breast ve criht noon as noal, son oural Bible; tonnagh

weep1 coe: If custom beget not custom, custom will weep - Mannagh vow cliaghtey cliaghtey, nee cliaghtey coe. JJK idiom; keayney: He who laughs to-day may weep tomorrow - Eshyn ghearys jiu oddys keayney mairagh. JJK idiom

whoever (pron) quoi erbee; quoi-erbee: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom

Boaldyn (f.) (pl -yn) Baldwin: Hie yn nah "Kione Shiaghtin Gaelgagh" er cummal er y Cholloo ayns Mee Boaldyn. Carn; May

drine (=Ir. draighean, Sc. draighionn) pl. drineyn hawthorn, may, thorn bush, thorn tree, thorns: Ayns ynnyd y drine nee gaase seose yn billey-juys Bible; thorn

dy gooidsave lhiat that it may please you: dy gooidsave lhiat dy vannaghey thie dty harvaant Bible

dy row 1 certain a: hie eh stiagh ayns thie dooinney dy row va ooashlaghey Jee, enmyssit Justus Bible; 2 that was a: tra hoig eh dy row eh jeh Cilicia Bible; 3 may be a: scuirr shin, gra, Aigney yn Chiarn dy row jeant. Bible

fod can, may: fod mayd dy creeoil gra, Ta'n Chiarn my er-coonee Bible; at length

foddee eh ve belike; it may be: Foddee eh ve, dy jean y Chiarn dty Yee clashtyn ooilley goan Rab-shakeh Bible

foddym I may, I might, I am able, I can: foddym ooilley my chraueyn y choontey Bible

ga ta albeit, although, be it as it may, howbeit, however, nevertheless, notwithstanding: Ga ta niau sauchey veih dy chooilley ghaue oddys pooar iurin noidagh 'hebbal daue PC

Mee Boaldyn (=Ir. na Bealtaine) May: Va'n possan shoh currit er bun ayns Mee Boaldyn, nurree. Dhoor

Mee ny Boaldyn (f.) May: Ghow Rennell mac Olaf toshiaght dy reill ayns Mannin er y cheyoo laa jeh Mee ny Boaldyn. Chron

myr shen dy row eh amen, so be it, so may it be: Cordail rish ny goan eu hene myr shen dy row eh. Bible

noddym can I: Noddym cur ort cheet? DF; may I: Noddym fosley yn dorrys shoh? DF

oddym's may I: kys eisht oddym's cur rish yn aggair vooar shoh, as peccah 'yannoo noi Jee? Bible

Oie Voaldyn (f.) May Eve: as voish teks elley haink skeeal yn daa ghragon va eignit jannoo caggey er yn aght cheddin Oie Voaldyn. Dhoor

Toshiaght Souree May: Yn nah feailley mooar Celtiagh t'ayn, shen Boaldyn, Toshiaght Souree, as foddee dy vel shen yn fer smoo ayns ny ardjyn Celtiagh. Dhoor

voddym (dy) that I may: Cur-jee dou cairys ayns grunt oanluckee meriu, dy voddym yn marroo y oanluckey ass my hilley Bible

vodmayd that we may: Nagh vel ayns shoh phadeyr y Chiarn; liorishyn dy vodmayd briaght jehn Chiarn? Bible

everlasting beayn: he hath made with me an everlasting covenant - teh er nyannoo rhym conaant beayn Bible; bragh beayn; bragh farraghtyn; dy bragh: thou art from everlasting - tou uss veih dy bragh Bible; dy bragh farraghtyn: that they may receive you into everlasting habitations - dy vod ad shiu y ghoaill stiagh gys ny ynnydyn vaghee dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; er-dy-rieau: thou art God from everlasting; and world without end - she uss Jee er-dy-rieau, as seihll gyn jerrey Bible; foddey beayn: for an everlasting possession - son cummal foddey beayn Bible; gyn scuirr; kinjagh: by an everlasting covenant - liorish conaant kinjagh Bible; son dy bragh: For the Lord is gracious, his mercy is everlasting - Son tan Chiarn graysoil, ta e vyghin son dy bragh Bible; vees gy bragh

have (possess) ec: She has an enchanting voice and a vivid imagination - Ta coraa obbee eck as sheiltynys bioyr. JJK idiom; echey: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red ennagh dy ee ve echey. JJK idiom; oc: Have they a table-cloth? - Vel aanrit-boayrd oc? JJK idiom; eu: Have you got any money? - Vel veg dy argid eu? JJK idiom; ain: Have we any glasses? - Vel glessyn erbee ain? JJK idiom; aym: Have I not a carriage? - Nagh vel carriads aym? JJK idiom; ayd: You have some butter - Ta eeym ayd. JJK idiom; eck

in a moment ayns shallid: the sin of Sodom, that was overthrown as in a moment - peccah Sodom, va stroit myr ayns shallid Bible; ayns tullogh: that I may consume them in a moment - dy voddym ad y stroie ayns tullogh Biblr

incline (n.) ard; (v.) cleayney, faaney; (impv) croym-jee: incline your ears unto the words of my mouth - croym-jee nyn gleayshyn gys goan my veeals Bible; croym: incline thine ear to me - croym dty chleaysh hym Bible; lhiantyn: incline your heart unto the Lord God of Israel - lhig da ny creeaghyn eu lhiantyn gys y Chiarn Jee Israel Bible; ginjillaghey: That he may incline our hearts unto him - Dy vod eh ginjillaghey nyn greeaghyn huggey Bible; croymmey: So that thou incline thine ear unto wisdom - Myr shen dy jean oo croymmey dty chleaysh gys creenaght Bible

more abundant (ny) spalchey: in labours more abundant - ayns tooilleilyn ny spalchey Bible; srouanee: and to morrow shall be as this day, and much more abundant - as bee mairagh myr y laa jiu, as foddey srouanee Bible; foddey smoo: That your rejoicing may be more abundant in Jesus Christ - Dy vod yn boggey euish ve foddey smoo ayns Creest Yeesey Bible

one by one (adv.) fer as fer: and ye shall be gathered one by one - as bee shiuish er nyn jaglym, fer as fer Bible; nane lurg nane; fer lurg fer: For ye may all prophesy one by one - Son foddee shiu ooilley phadeyrys fer lurg fer Bible

on you erriu; (emph.) erriuish; ort: I shan't call on you again, until you invite me - Cha derym shilley ort reesht derrey chuirrys oo mee. JJK idiom; (emph.) orts: May no fruit grow on you ! - Nar aase mess erbee orts! DF idiom; ort-hene

poor man (n.) dooinney boght: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red ennagh dy ee ve echey JJK idiom

preserve coadey: Mercy and truth preserve the king - Ta myghin as firrinys coadey yn ree Bible; cosney, freayll, freaylley, lhiassaghey; jannoo soo jeh; freill: preserve my life from fear of the enemy - freill my vioys veih aggle y noid Bible; sauail: for God did send me before you to preserve life - son Jee hug mish reue, dy hauail bioys Bible; (n.) soo; cummal seose: that we may preserve seed of our father - dy vod mayd cummal seose sluight nyn ayrey Bible; (n.) thalloo er lheh

save1 baccey; cheumooie jeh, er-lhimmey jeh; spaarail, storail, tashtey; saue; cheumooie; sauail: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom

scum (n.) barrag ghlass, kesh, scoodyn; meeaylys: Woe to the bloody city, to the pot whose scum is therein - Smerg dan ard-valley folley, dan phot, tan veeaylys echey ayn Bible; scum: that the scum of it may be consumed - dy vod y scum echey ve er ny ghlenney dy bollagh ass Bible

send (v.) cur: I send some every Friday - Ta mee cur paart dagh Jyheiney. JJK idiom; cur gys; cur hug: Send that poor man a little bread and meat, so that he may have something to eat - Cur hug y dooinney boght shen kuse veg d'arran as feill, dy vod red enn JJK idiom; cur fys; hug

won't be cha bee: His friends, whoever they may be, won't be powerful enough to save him - E chaarjyn, quoi-erbee foddee ad ve, cha bee ad pooaral dy-liooar dy hauail eh. JJK idiom; (interrog.) nagh bee: Won't they have the courage? - Nagh bee yn chreeaght oc? JJK idiom

foddee (=Ir. b'fhéidir) can, mayhap, maybe, perchance, perhaps, possibly, probably: Foddee dy der Joseph dwoaie dooin Bible; may: Jeh mess ooilley biljyn y gharey foddee oo dy arryltagh gee Bible; peradventure: Foddee nagh been ven booiagh cheet marym gys y cheer shoh Bible; able

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