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mean (adj.) boght, cribbijagh, meeooasle, moal kercheenagh, mooidjeenagh, neufeoiltagh, neughiastyllagh, peajeogagh, toiggal; (v.) meanal; cheet er: That is what you mean! - Shen t'ou cheet er! DF idiom; soulaghey

mean (=Ir. meán) average, body, carrier, centre, interior, medium, middle, midst, nerve centre: hug eh ny torchyn 'sy vean eddyr y daa amman Bible; middlemost [L. medias]


Inexact matches:

mean spirited (adj.) gortagh, sooaragh

Bwoaillee Mean Middle Fold

Close Mean Middle Enclosure

Cronk Mean Middle Hill

er mean on average: Er yn Ellan Skianagh, hooar ny tannyssyn leohdaghey jeh feed 'sy cheead er mean as ayns Kilmuir, va'n mean cha ard as daeed 'sy cheead. NNS

Mean Arree March: Hig claare dy chooney son y Vretnish as cultoor ta er-mayrn ayns Patagonia, ta feeu £130,000 (202000 euro), gy kione ayns Mean Arree 2003. Dhoor

mean chlaghagh mesolithic

Mean Eashyn (Ny) Middle Ages

mean edjaghys secondary education

Mean Fouyir (=Ir. Meán Fómhair) (f.) September: Ayns Mean Fouyir hed yn chied nuy paitchyn gys brastyl slane-hraa vees goll er cummal dy bollagh trooid Gaelg. Dhoor

mean honnagh medium wave

mean lhuingey midship

mean oie midnight: Va shin fuirraghtyn er-y-hon eddyr hoght as mean-oie! Carn

mean scoill (f.) college, secondary school

Mean Souree (=Ir. meán samhraidh) June: Ec jerrey yn vee Mean Souree, va kione ny shiaghtin Gaelgagh cummit er y cholloo. Carn

mean ynsagh secondary education

shiaull mean mainsail

Tholt Mean Middle Hill

ayns mean ny lhong amidships

erin mean oie midnight mass

grian mean oie midnight sun

Ladjyn ny Mean Eashyn Low Latin

mean ny cheerey midland: Smerg dauesyn ta cur thie ry hie, as magher ry magher, derrey nagh bee boayl faagit, agh ad dy chummal ooilley cooidjagh orroo hene ayns mean ny cheerey ! Bible

mean y streeu thick of the fight

mean y trooan midstream

niart mean shaghnagh centrifugal force

troggal mean er average

average mean: We will strike an average - Trogmayd mean. DF idiom; towse meanagh; troggal mean er

Middle Hill (n.) Tholt Mean, Cronk Mean, Cronk Meanagh

secondary education (n.) mean edjaghys, mean ynsagh

body3 (n.) (of church) mean

centre cree, laare, ynnyd; mean: The centre of the table - Mean y voayrd. DF idiom; boayl: Shopping centre - Boayl shappal. DF idiom; laaragh, meanagh

mesolithic (n., adj.) mean chlaghagh

middle (n.) mean

midland (n.) mean ny cheerey

midship mean lhuingey

midst (n.) fud, mastey; mean: He immediately rushed into the midst of the enemy - Roie eh dy-chelleeragh ayns mean ny noidyn. JJK idiom

nerve centre (n.) mean, nearvean

on average (adv.) er mean

cribbijagh mean

mean-Atlantagh mid-Atlantic: Cha row eshyn son croymmey sheese roish boghtynid mean-Atlantagh ayns Lunnin. Carn

meeooasle ignoble, mean, undignified

moal kercheenagh mean

neufeoiltagh illiberal, mean, ungenerous

sooaragh mean spirited

amidships (adv.) ayns mean ny lhong

centre forward (n.) mean-hoshiagh

centre punch (n.) mean-howleyder

centrifugal (adj.) mean-shaghnagh

centrifugal force (n.) niart mean shaghnagh

centripetal (adj.) mean-shirrey

centroclinal mean-cleayney

futtock (n.) mean-asney

intermediate course (n.) mean-choorse

mediaeval (adj.) mean-eashagh

mediaevalism (n.) mean-eashaghys

mediaevalist (n.) mean-easheyder

median (n.) mean-linney; (v.) meanagh

Mediterranean (n.) Eddyrheeragh; Mean-vooiragh; (Yn) Veanvooir

medium1 cossylagh, meanagh; mean; saase

mid-Atlantic (n.) mean-Atlantagh

midday (gen.) mean-laa, munlaa

middle ground (n.) mean-ynnyd

middleman (n.) mean-chionneyder

middlemost (adj.) mean: the building was straitened more than the lowest and the middlemost from the ground - van buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na van ayrn sinshley as y mean veihn thalloo Bible; meanagh: galleries were higher than these, than the lower, and than the middlemost of the building - va ny gallereeyn ny syrjey na ad shoh, nan chamyr sinjil ny meanagh yn vuildal Bible

mid iron mean-yiarn

midnight sun (n.) grian mean oie

mean-asney futtock

mean-chionneyder middleman

mean-choorse intermediate course

mean-cleayney centroclinal

mean-eashagh mediaeval: Ta shenndaalee, Spencer Smith, veih Wrecsam, credjal dy noddagh cashtal mean-eashagh ayns jiass yn Ellan ve kianlt lesh cashtal Bretnagh as Ree Norlann mysh y toshiaght jeh'n chied eash jeig. BS

mean-eashaghys mediaevalism

mean-easheyder mediaevalist

mean-eashit middle aged

mean-hoshiagh centre forward

mean-howleyder centre punch

mean-laa midday

mean-linney (f.) median

mean-shaghnagh centrifugal

mean-shirrey centripetal

Mean-vooiragh Mediterranean

mean-yiarn mid iron

mean-ynnyd middle ground

carrier1 (n.) erreyder, fer carriads, mean; (disease) ymmyrkagh doghan

interior antraie, antraieagh; cheusthie, cheu sthie; mean; sthie

June (n.) Mean Souree, Mee veanagh yn touree

Low Latin (n.) Ladjin veaneashagh, Ladjyn ny Mean Eashyn

mainsail (n.) shiaull ard, shiaull mean, shiaull mooar

medium wave (n.) mean honnagh, tonn veanagh

middle aged (adj.) lieh henn; mean-eashit

Middle Ages (npl.) (Ny) Heashyn Meanagh; (Ny) Mean Eashyn

Middle Enclosure (n.) Close Meanagh, Close Mean

Middle Fold (n.) Bwoaillee Veanee, Bwoaillee Veanagh, Bwoaillee Mean

midstream (n.) ammyr ny hawiney; mean y trooan

secondary school (n.) scoill ard, ard-schoill, mean scoill

September (n.) Mean Fouyir, Mee veanagh yn ouyir

thick of the fight mean y streeu

meanal (n.) interpretation, signification: Shoh'n meanal echey Bible; (v.) mean

neughiastyllagh careful with money, illiberal, mean, tight

soulaghey compare, liken; intend, mean, wish, purpose

midnight mass (n.) erin mean oie, erin ny Nollick, Oie'll Voirrey

habergeon habergeon: va towl ayns mean y choamrey, myr towl habergeon Bible

shooyll walk: Ga dy vel mee shooyll ayns mean seaghyn Bible

stroider (pl -yn) destroyer: ayns mean e vaynrys hig y stroider er Bible; abuser

acts (npl.) daltyn; obbraghyn: And his miracles, and his acts, which he did in the midst of Egypt - As e virrillyn, as ny obbraghyn ren eh ayns mean Egypt Bible

body1 (n.) bleayst, colught, mean, sthockan; callin: The resurrection of the body - Irree seose reesht y challin. DF idiom; colb; corp: Commit a body to the deep - Corp y cheau harrish boayrd. DF idiom; corpane; shlig

brought down lhieggit sheese: Thy pomp is brought down to the grave - Ta dty voyrn lhieggit sheese gys yn oaie Bible; coyrt fo-chosh; currit sheese: And the mean man shall be brought down -

college (n.) colaashtey; college: she dwelt in Jerusalem in the college - vee cummal ayns Jerusalemsy chollege Bible; mean scoill

drown (v.) baih: Better to change horses in mid ford than to drown - Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF idiom; baighey, baihaghey, mooghey; (impv) baih: Drown the pups - Baih ny quallianyn. DF idiom

enemies (npl.) noidjyn; noidyn: He immediately rushed into the midst of the enemies - Roie eh dy-chelleeragh ayns mean ny noidyn. JJK idiom

ford aah: Better to change horses in mid ford than to drown - Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF idiom; (n.) aae, crossag; (v.) goll tessen er aah, shooyl tessen er aah

Latin (n.) Ladjyn: Low Latin - Ladjyn ny mean Eashyn. DF idiom; Ladjin: He is well up in Latin - Ta ram ladjin echey. DF idiom; Latin; (adj.) Ladjynagh

March (n.) Mart: On the fifth of March - Er y wheigoo laa jeh Mart. DF idiom; Mayrnt, Mean Arree, Mee ny Mannan, Mee veanagh yn arree

midnight (n.) mean oie, main-oie; meanoie: He's been obliged to burn the midnight oil, in order to write his book - Beign da lostey yn ooil meanoie dy voddagh eh screeu e lioar. JJK idiom

of summer souree; (y) touree: The sun is as hot as in the middle of summer - Ta'n ghrian cha cheh as ayns mean y touree. JJK idiom

of winter (gen.) geuree: In the midst of winter - Ayns mean y gheuree DF idiom; (y) yeuree

rushed (v.) roie: He immediately rushed into the midst of the enemies - Roie eh dy-chelleeragh ayns mean ny noidyn. JJK idiom

sun goll sheear; grian: The sun is as hot as in the middle of summer - Ta'n ghrian cha cheh as ayns mean y touree. JJK idiom; grianaghey; grianey; ree yn laa

aah (f.) pl. aaghyn drift, ford: Share chyndaa cabbil ayns mean ny h-aah na goll er vaih. DF [O.Ir. áth]

amber amber: ayns y vean echey va myr sollyssid amber ass mean yn aile. Bible

boghlane bank, broken down hedge: Ayns glion coon ta dowin ayns mean ny sleityn ta boghlane dy henn tholtan ta jiu ry akin boayl va cliaghtey ve thie feer yesh as bwaagh. GB

boght (=Ir. bocht) deprived, grotty, mean, miserable, poor, shabby, shoddy, skinny: s'beg ta soit jeh creenaght yn dooinney boght Bible; deplorable; despicable; pauper; jejune

bun as baare both the ends: Cur-my-ner te tilgit 'syn aile dy lostey; ta'n aile dy stroie eh bun as baare, as ta'n mean echey losht. Bible

cheer my ghooie (f.) my native land: Ta mee faagail nish cheer my ghooie, Yn Ellan Veg t'ayns mean y cheayn. Carn

cosh y clieau Under the Mountain: hass shiu ec cosh y clieau, nas va'n slieau lostey lesh aile gys mean yn aer, lesh dorraghys, bodjallyn, as dorraghys dowin. Bible

craueagh bony, gaunt, osseous, scraggy, skinny: Er y cheu elley shilley s'agglee v'ayn, red fegooish cummey, cassyn, mean ny kione, gyn feill, gyn crackan, jeeaghyn craueagh v'eh, creenit as fioj't, myr starvit laccal bee PC

cruin mygeayrt round about: As kiongoyrt rish y stoyl-reeoil va faarkey dy ghless, goll-rish crystal: as ayns mean y stoyl-reeoil as cruin mygeayrt y stoyl-reeoil, va kiare beiyn lane dy hooillyn cheu-veealloo as cheu-chooylloo. Bible

drillinyn sparks: ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer PC

earrooyn numbers: as lhig daue bishaghey gys earrooyn dy leih, ayns mean y theihll Bible

farraghtyn abiding, carry on, continue, lasting: O my Yee, ny gow mee ersooyl ayns mean m'eash: er son dty vleeantyn's t'ad farraghtyn trooid dy chooilley heeloghe. Bible; endure, endures; continuance, durability; incessant

foyryn edges: va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

funnyl funnel: lurg tammylt choud's lhie mee my chadley cheayll mee ec mean oie screeaghyn giarey cheet veih'n feddan bree er y funnyl. Dhoor

Ghermaan (f.) (Yn) Germany: Gow ad toshiaght er loayrt mychione yn irree jeh ashoonaghys fei-ny-Europey ayns mean y nuyoo keead jeig as er-lheh ayns yn Ghermaan. Carn

greïney (gen.) of sun: Toshiaght, as jerrey, as mean ny traaghyn: caghlaaghyn, as chyndaaghyn ny greïney, as imbaghyn ny bleeaney: Coorse ny bleeantyn, as order ny rollageyn Apoc

gys ny cassyn full-length: As ayns mean ny shiaght cainleyryn, fer goll-rish yn Mac dooinney, coamrit lesh garmad sheese gys ny cassyn, as kianlt mysh e chleeau lesh cryss dy airh. Bible

halley (=Ir. halla) pl. hallaghyn auditorium, hall, lounge, saloon: tra v'ad er voaddey aile ayns mean ny halley Bible

jannoo boght beggar, impoverish, impoverishing, pauperize: ta fer ayn ta jannoo boght jeh hene ayns mean e verchys. Bible

jannoo mooin piss, pissing, urinate, urinating: Ta paart dy phaitchyn ayns Lunnin ta foast jannoo mooin sy lhiabbee er y fa dy row nyn ayraghyn as moiraghyn goit ayns mean ny hoi ec ny meoiryn-shee. Carn

Mayrnt (f.) March: Ayns ny laghyn shen va faill eeckit da ny fir obbree er y ghowaltys daa cheayrt 'sy vlein - ayns Mayrnt as Mean Fouyir. Dhoor

Mee ny Nollick (=Ir. na Nollag) (f.) December: Nish t'ad g'emnys Mean Gheuree 'Mee ny Nollick' agh 'syn eash chaie va shass greiney geuree yn feailley hie er cummal 'sy vee shen. Dhoor

mergaghyn banners, bunting: Ta dty noidyn gyllaghey ayns mean dty haglym cooidjagh: as soiaghey seose nyn mergaghyn son cowraghyn. Bible

mollag (=Ir. bolla or malaid) (f.) pl. mollagyn balloon, buoy, float: as ish freayll arrey er mollag ny lomarcan ayns mean y cheayn. Carn; scrip

mooidjeenagh badly behaved, despicable, mean, rascally, villainous: heeagh shin feeuid e obbyr hene gyn feysht fergagh nyn aigney my's foalsey, my's mooidjeenagh yn dooinney eh. Coraa; debase

mooin 1 about us a: hie ad dy chraidey mooin; 2 urine, micturate: Ta paart dy phaitchyn ayns Lunnin ta foast jannoo mooin sy lhiabbee er y fa dy row nyn ayraghyn as moiraghyn goit ayns mean ny hoi ec ny meoiryn-shee. Carn

mymboo about them: myr veagh oard-chiardee va dagh builley cloit buirroogh myr taarnagh ass mean bodjal cheet, drillinyn d'aile lheim veih ny foyryn gyere, lossey mymboo, as soilshagh ayns yn aer. PC

Paayl Paul: Hug ad moo nyn eilley, as hirr ad dy hassoo noi'n noid agh ayns fardail, son ayns mean yn astyr hionn Olaf as Paayl mac Valkey stiagh er yn ellan. Chron

paggey deck, wad, wadding; pack: Ta'n paggey argidoil shallidagh goaill stiagh eeck eeasaght jeh lieh-cheead millioon punt, shegin goll er eeck ayns Mean Fouyir. BS; truss

peajeogagh 1 cheese-paring, close-fisted, mean, measly, miserly, niggardly, parsimonious, pinching, tight, tight-fisted, close fisted, tightfisted a: Rheynn eh dy peajeogagh orroo eh. DF; 2 (with money) near

pooaragh influential, mighty, powerful: ny smooinee dy scapail my laue's fey laa, mish s'lhoys nish dty chumrail ayns mean dty hiyr dy hrial nee oo'n Jee ta ooilley-niartal pooaragh, ny nagh nee. PC

prowallyn temptations: Ny vel Jee erbee elley er ghoaill er, dy reih da hene ashoon ass mean ashoon elley, liorish prowallyn liorish cowraghyn, as mirillyn, as liorish caggey Bible

rowley roll: V'ad cur maidjey liauyr ayns mean yn wheeyl as v'ad rowley ee sheese y lurgagh. Dhoor

rubbyr rubber: honnick eh ben aeg Yernagh tannaghtyn ayns skollag rubbyr rish ooraghyn as ish freayll arrey er mollag ny lomarcan ayns mean y cheayn. Carn

shirveish ny merriu (f.) funeral, funeral service: Hed shirveish ny merriu er cummal ec thie-lostee Ghoolish ec jees er y chlag, Jemayrt, y chied laa as feed Mean Fouyir. BS

sleayd (f.) 1 dredge, trail a: sleayd-ym seose oo ass mean dty awinyn Bible; 2 toboggan, sledge, trailer

sling (f.) weaver's reed; sling: ad shen nee eh tilgey magh, myr clagh ass mean sling Bible

strepey See streppey exert, exertion, flounder, grapple, strive, struggle, tug, tussle, wallow: va Amasa ny lhie strepey ayns e uill ayns mean y raad-vooar Bible; grappling

tempreilys (of air) temperature: She jeih keim va'n tempreilys laaoil meanagh sy vee - mysh lieh-cheim ny s'inshley na'n mean harrish traa foddey. BS

toiggal (=Ir. tuiscint) (f.) See toiggyl 1 (n.) apprehension, comprehension, construction, realization a: bee toiggal eu jeh'n irriney Bible; 2 (v.) comprehend, conceive, construe, digest, figure, mean, perceive, realize, realising, understand; 3 understanding

touree of summer: fegooish scadoo va hiar, heear, twoaie as jiass; myr mean y touree, kiart er y vunlaa, yn ghrian ard reill, dagh corp ta fegooish scaa PC

traartys (f.) pl. traartyssyn butchery, depredation, desolation, destruction, devastation, disaster, havoc, massacre, ravage, rout, slaughter, slaughtering: as hug eh Lot magh ass mean y traartys Bible; desolate

wuigh See buigh yellow: Ayns mean ny noidyn Satan va ny hoie ayns fainagh-caggee berchagh lesh airh wuigh PC

harm (n.) assee: Some rain will do no harm - Cha jean fliaghey assee erbee. JJK idiom; skielley: He who hatches harm catches harm - Eshyn ghuirrys skielley hayrys skielley. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo assee da; jannoo skielley; jannoo skielley da: I mean him no harm - Cha nel mee geearree assee y yannoo da. DF idiom

thick darkness dorraghys trome dullyr: and there was a thick darkness in all the land of Egypt - as va dorraghys trome dullyr er ooilley cheer Egypt Bible; dorraghys dowin: with fire unto the midst of heaven, with darkness, clouds, and thick darkness - lesh aile gys mean yn aer, lesh dorraghys, bodjallyn, as dorraghys dowin Bible; dorraghys dullyr: a day of clouds and thick darkness - laa dy vodjallyn as dorraghys dullyr Bible

camlaagagh 1 (person) crook; 2 illicit, morally crooked, obstinate, tortuous: ayns mean sheeloghe camlaagagh Bible; 3 perverse a: hie mish magh dy hassoo dt, son dy vel dty raad camlaagagh ayns my hilley Bible; 4 crooked a: e laue ter chummey yn ard-nieu camlaagagh Bible; 5 froward a: Bee cree camlaagagh er neiyrt ass menish Bible

cheet er allude, allusion, appear, befall, encounter, infer, insinuate, locate, refer: Agh cha nel shoh kiart tra t'ou cheet er y Chommyn jeh Studeyrys Yernagh ayns Ollooscoill Lerpoyll, cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil firynsee noa. Carn; mean

creg-oaylleeaght (f.) geology: T'eh nyn aggyrt dy vel sorchyn dy creggyn as crooghyn creg-oaylleeagh elley boayl t'eh sauchey dy oanluckey jummalys injilagh as mean-injilagh ry-gheddyn ayns ny Inshyn Goal. Carn

crooghyn formations: T'eh nyn aggyrt dy vel sorchyn dy creggyn as crooghyn creg-oaylleeagh elley boayl t'eh sauchey dy oanluckey jummalys injilagh as mean-injilagh ry-gheddyn ayns ny Inshyn Goal. Carn

goit stiagh annexed; taken into: Son v'ad ayns three loutyn, agh cha row pillaryn foue, myr pillaryn ny cooyrtyn: shen-y-fa va'n buildal goit stiagh ny smoo na va'n ayrn s'inshley as y mean, veih'n thalloo. Bible; enter into: Cha bee fer oainjyragh goit stiagh mastey pobble y Chiarn Bible

gortagh beggarly, chary, cheese-paring, close-fisted, frugal, grudging, hurt, hurtful, illiberal, injurious, meagre, mean spirited, miser, miserly, parsimonious, penurious, pinching, scant, scanty, skimpy, stingy, close fisted: Shegin da ny fir as mraane-lhee gra cre ny gonaghyn phrowys ad dy lheihys hoshiaght as cre ny gortaghyn vees faagit gyn lheihys ec y traa t'ayn Carn; acrimonious

gyn oirr borderless, edgeless: son fegooish towshan t'eh, as fegooish kione, dowin as ard ta'n eaynagh shen, as lhean, gyn grunt, gyn eaghtyr t'eh, gyn oirr, gyn mean; dy baillish Jee thousaneyn smoo dy heihill y chroo, cha jinnagh rooymyn daue failleil. Bible

Inshyn Goal (f.) Hebrides, Outer Hebrides: dy vel sorchyn dy creggyn as crooghyn creg-oaylleeagh elley boayl t'eh sauchey dy oanluckey jummalys injilagh as mean-injilagh ry-gheddyn ayns ny Inshyn Goal. Carn

jummalys extravagance, extravagant, improvidence, improvident, lavishing, prodigal, prodigality, spendthrift, squanderer, squandering, thriftless, wastage, waste, wasteful, wastefulness, waster, wasting, wastrel: Cha nel ad agh loayrt mychione jummalys injilagh as mean-injilagh, cha nel ad gra veg mychione ard-gaueagh. Carn

kayt marrey catfish; seacat: Y Sarjant John Manley, as eshyn shual, dooyrt eh dy row fys currit er meoiryn-shee dy gholl gys y Kayt Marrey, ta ny haagh kiedit, lurg skeealyn jeh co-streeu ec mean- oie, y nuyoo laa Averil. BS

keilt incomprehensible: Cha row yn leigh keilt oc: dagh laa mean-touree Haink pobble ny cheerey dy eaishtagh da'n Ree Er Cronkan ny Thingvaal yn leigh fockley magh. Coraa; recondite

tilgey (=Ir. teilg) 1 cast, cast off, chuck, discharge, disgorge, fling, hurl, launch, pitch, plunge, pot, precipitate, project, shoot, sling, throw, throwing, toss, tossing a: ad shen nee eh tilgey magh, myr clagh ass mean sling Bible; 2 void, vomit: bee tilgey naareydagh er dty ghloyr Bible; 3 (coin) toss up; 4 abort, miscarry; 5 (as metal) found

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