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moir (=O.Ir. máthir, Ir. máthair, Sc.G. màthair) (f.) pl. moiraghyn dam, mater, matron, mother, queen: ghow eh ayr as moir y ven-aeg, as adsyn va marish Bible; focus, fountainhead, generator [L. mater]


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balley moir-agglish cathedral town

gyn moir motherless: Shen yn aght 'sy theihll shoh - shimmey peiagh kenjal as dooie gyn paitchyn erbee oc, as fir elley as cloan oc gyn moir dy kiarail er nyn son. Dhoor

moir aaill (f.) queen bee

moir abb (f.) abbess

moir chreoi (f.) dura mater

moir gholtee (f.) foster-mother

moir ushtey (f.) water source

moir vashtee (f.) godmother, godparent

moir vog (f.) pia mater

ayr as moir parents: Aynyd's t'ad er hoiaghey-beg jeh ayr as moir Bible

moir gyn poosey (f.) unmarried mother

moir ny hawin spring: gys moir ny awinyn t'ad reesht chyndaa Bible

moir ny hushtaghyn (f.) basin, catchment, riverhead, river source

moir ny shellanyn (f.) queen bee

moir ny ushtaghyn spring of the waters: As hie eh magh gys moir ny ushtaghyn, as hilg eh yn sollan ayns shen Bible

moir 'sy leigh (f.) mother-in-law

moir y sterrym (f.) (of storm) eye; storm centre

queen bee (n.) moir aaill, moir ny shellanyn

moir-agglish (=Ir. mathair-eaglis) (f.) cathedral, mother church: Ren mee lhaih dy row y Moir-agglish shen y Moir-agglish Gothagh jerrinagh dy row troggit sy Spaainey as syn Europey hene. Dhoor

dura mater (n.) moir chreoi

foster-mother (n.) mimmey; moir gholtee

fountainhead (n.) moir, ard-phersoon

generator (n.) ayr, gienneyder, moir

mater (n.) (yn) chenn ven; moir

mother-in-law (n.) moir 'sy leigh

motherless (adj.) gyn moir; loirranagh

catchment (n.) awintragh; moir ny hushtaghyn

eye3 (n.) (of storm) bun; moir y sterrym

focus (v.) cruinnaghey, jeeraghey; (n.) focus; moir

matriarch (n.) moir-reilleyder

matriarchal (adj.) moir-reillagh

matriarchy (n.) moir-reill

matron (n.) ben voiroil, matroon, moir

metro- (pref.) moir-

parent rock (n.) moir-charrick; moir-chreg

primary cause (n.) bun-chooish, moir-oyr

river source (n.) moir ny hushtaghyn

sea wife (n.) moir-vollan

source of river (n.) moir-awin

storm centre (n.) moir y sterrym

unmarried mother (n.) moir gyn poosey

water source (n.) farrane, moir ushtey

Gothagh Goth; Gothic: Ren mee lhaih dy row y Moir-agglish shen y Moir-agglish Gothagh jerrinagh dy row troggit sy Spaainey as syn Europey hene. Dhoor

moir- (pref.) metro-; mother

moir-awin (f.) source of river

moir-charrick (f.) parent rock

moir-cheeill (f.) mother church

moir-chreg (f.) matrix, parent rock

moir-heer (f.) mother country

moir-oyr (f.) primary cause, root cause

moir-reill matriarchy

moir-reillagh matriarchal

moir-reilleyder matriarch

moir-valley (f.) metropolis

moir-vollan (f.) sea wife

cathedral town (n.) balley aspick, balley moir-agglish

godparent (n.) ayr bashtee, gedjey, mimmey, moir vashtee, goshtiu

matrix (n.) brein; matricks; moggylys; moir-chreg

metropolis (n.) ard valley meanagh, moir-valley

mother church (n.) ard-agglish, moir-agglish, moir-cheeill

mother country (n.) cheer ghooie; moir-heer

pia mater (n.) coghal ny henneeyn; moir vog

riverhead (n.) geill awiney, moir ny hushtaghyn

root cause (n.) ard-oyr; bun; moir-oyr

spring of the waters (n.) moir ny ushtaghyn

abbess (n.) ard-chaillagh, ard-chaillagh ghoo, ard-ven reill, ben abb, moir abb

mother (n.) moir, mummig, mummog, mummug; (the); (y) ven; (voc.) Ven, Voir; (adj.) mayragh; (gen.) mayrey; (pref.) moir-

parents (npl.) ayr as moir; paarantyn; ayraghyn; ayraghyn as moiraghyn

unmarried (adj.) gyn poosey: Unmarried mother - Moir gyn poosey. DF idiom; neuphoost

glast locked: t'ee chibbyr glast, as moir y gheyll sealit. Bible

basin (n.) awin-tragh, lhong-phurt, moir ny hushtaghyn, thamane, tobbyr-oonlee; meilley: Where's the basin? - C'raad ta'n veilley? JJK idiom

cruel (adj.) barb, barbaragh, deinaghtagh, deinyssagh; dewil: I should never have thought that a mother could be so cruel to her children. - Cha jinnin rieau er smooinaghtyn dy jargagh moir ve cha dewil da e paitchyn. JJK idiom; durey

godmother (n.) mimmey: I am his godmother - Ta mee my vimmey da. DF idiom; moir vashtee

only one unnane ny lomarcan; ynrycan: she is the only one of her mother - teeish lhiannoo ynrycan e moir Bible

queen (n.) moir, queen, reeven, rein; ben-rein: Have you seen the Queen of England? - Vel shiu er n'akin Ben-rein Hostyn? JJK idiom; benrein; (v.) immee gys benrein

spring arree; chibbyr, chibbyragh, chibbyrt, farane, farrane, farraneagh, geill, moir ny hawin; clishtey; clist, clistal, clistey; croghey er lheimaghanyn; lheim; lheimaghan; lheimmey; lheimyragh; ribbey; skeaylley

thousands of millions thousaneyn dy villaghyn: Thou art our sister, be thou the mother of thousands of millions - T'ou uss nyn shuyr; bee uss moir thousaneyn dy villaghyn Bible

waters (npl.) faarkaghyn; ushtaghyn: The mother of the waters - Moir ny hushtaghyn. DF idiom

Aaue (f.) Eve: O Yee Ooilley-niartal, ren ec y toshiaght croo nyn ghied ayr as moir, Adam as Aaue, as ren casherickey as ad y choyrt cooidjagh ayns poosey PB1765

aittinagh (n.) gorse fence; (adj.) gorsy: Ish, e moir, e braar as e shuyr, v'ad shooyl ec y jerrey twoaie jeh'n ghiau fo'n eaynyn aittinagh, as va çhionnal mooar aynshen jeeaghyn seose. CL

beeal-arrish (=Ir. béal aithris) (f.) folklore, oral tradition: Ta shin clashtyn fockleyn as raaghyn cochianglt rish y red shen ass beeal nyn moir as ta shin jannoo beeal-arrish. Carn

bun-schoill primary school: Ta'n Boayrd Edjaghys cur kied son lessoonyn Ghailckagh er coorse ynsee yn bun-schoill boayl ta ayr as moir g'eearree eh as fo paart dy cordailyn elley. Carn

clusaghey nestle, nestling: Dy leah, va moir ny h-oie clusaghey yn Ellan, as gagh nhee ny v'ayn. Coraa

cochianglt associated, combined, joined, united: Carn Ta shin clashtyn fockleyn as raaghyn cochianglt rish y red shen ass beeal nyn moir Carn; (constrained) bound; integrated

edjaghys education: Ta'n Boayrd Edjaghys cur kied son lessoonyn Ghailckagh er coorse ynsee yn bun-schoill boayl ta ayr as moir g'eearree eh as fo paart dy cordailyn elley. Carn

feer ching bad way: va moir ben Simon feer ching ayns y chiassaghey; as ren ad aghin huggey er e son. Bible; very ill

hirrym See shirrym I shall ask: dooyrt ee rish e moir, Cre hirrym? Bible

rere rish reputedly: Rere rish shen, va moir feayn-skeealagh Nalbin ny ben ghorrym Affrickagh. Dhoor

screeuyn-scarree bill of divorcement, divorce, divorce papers: Cre vel screeuyn-scarree nyn moir, r'ee ta mee er scarrey? Bible

s'graihee (ny) more loving: Eshyn ta ny sgraihee er ayr ny moir na orryms, cha vel eh feeu jeem Bible

sharmanys ceremony: Ga dy smooinee ad dy beagh y sharmanys ny red beg, haink ymmodee sleih huggey, as ny mast'oc moir as ayr Joey, e ven Linda as ny paithyn oc. BS

Voir1 (voc.) See moir Mother: Ren y neen veg keayney dy-sharroo as ren ee geamagh "Voir, Voir! Dhoor

cathedral ard-chiamble: We live opposite the cathedral - Ta shin baghey noi yn ardchiamble. JJK idiom; keeill aspickagh; moir-agglish

dam (n.) doour, loghan, ushtey stangit; moir: When a bullock, or a sheep, or a goat, is brought forth, then it shall be seven days under the dam - Tra ta lheiy, ny eayn, ny mannan ruggit, eisht bee eh er e voir shiaght laa Bible; (v.) stangey

ben chleuin (f.) daughter-in-law: Bee yn ayr noi yn mac, as y mac noi yn ayr; yn voir noi yn inneen, as yn inneen noi yn voir yn voir-'sy-leigh noi e ben chleuin, as y ven-chleuin noi e moir-'sy-leigh. Bible

cur fo smaght bring under, discipline, repress, subject: Cha nee agh jannoo caggey ayns fendeilys ny moir-cheerey fodmayd cur fo smaght as fo chosh ny kied- wuillteyryn as cosney seyrsnys nyn jeer. GB

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