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money (n.) argid: Money burns a hole in his pocket - Ta argid lostey towl ny phoagey. JJK idiom; conney


Inexact matches:

ale money (n.) argid iu; argid lhionney

anchor money (n.) argid akeragh

change money (v.) brishey

coining money (v.) bwoalley argid, carnaghey argid

conscience money (n.) argid cooinsheanse

drink money (n.) (tip) eearlys

even money (n.) argid corrym

gate money (n.) argid giat

hush money (n.) argid tostid

money belt (n.) cryss ry-hoi argid

money bill (n.) billey argid

money borrower (n.) eeasseydagh argid

money box (n.) kishtey argid

money changer (n.) caghlaader argid, maylartagh argid

money laundering (v.) nieeaghyn-argid

money market (n.) margey argid

money troubles (npl.) arkyssyn argid

paper money (n.) argid pabyragh; argid-pabyrey

passage money (n.) leagh shiaullee

pin money (n.) argid poagey; argid ullee

pocket money (n.) argid poggaid, argid ullee

prize money (n.) argid cosnee, argid leagh

ready money (n.) argid ullee

silver money (n.) argid gial, argid glass

spending money (n.) argid baarailagh

token money (n.) far-argid

bundle of money (n.) sporran-argid

careful with money neughiastyllagh

plenty of money lane argid

pots of money ram argid

tightness of money gennid

tightness with money neughiastyllys

too much money rour argid: Don't borrow too much money - Ny gow rouyr argid er eeasaght. JJK idiom

argid ullee cash, pin money, pocket money, ready money, small change

argid akeragh anchor money

argid baarailagh spending money

argid cooinsheanse conscience money

argid corrym even money

argid cosnee prize money

argid gial silver money

argid giat gate money

argid iu ale money

argid leagh prize money

argid lhionney ale money

argid pabyragh paper money

argid poagey pin money

argid poggaid pocket money

argid tostid hush money

arkyssyn argid money troubles

billey argid money bill

caghlaader argid money changer

carnaghey argid coining money

eeasseydagh argid money borrower

far-argid token money

leagh shiaullee passage money

margey argid money market

maylartagh argid money changer

nieeaghyn-argid money laundering

money-grubber (n.) sonderey

money-grubbing (v.) sonderys

money-matters (npl.) cooishyn argid

money-scrivener (n.) gioaleyder

argid glass silver, silver money

cooishyn argid (f.) money-matters

cryss ry-hoi argid (f.) money belt

sonderys money-grubbing

bwoalley argid coinage, coining money, minting

gioaleyder money-scrivener, mortgagor, pawner, pledger

kishtey argid cash box, collecting box, money box

neughiastyllagh careful with money, illiberal, mean, tight

neughiastyllys illiberality, inhospitality, meanness, tightness with money

sonderey coveter, money-grubber, selfish person, skinflint

galore (adj.) dy liooar: Money galore - Argid dy-liooar. DF idiom

ram argid pots of money: Hooar mee ram argid trooid eiraght. DF

at that time eisht; ec y traa shen: Money was tight at that time - By jiark yn argid ec y traa shen. DF idiom

blued2 (v.) (as money) jummit; yumm: He blued all his money on the horses - Yumm eh ooilley'n argid echey er ny cabbil. DF idiom

books (n.) (collection of) lioarlagh; (npl.) lioaryn: He has lost his money, his watch and his books - T'eh er choayl e argid, e ooreyder as e lioaryn. JJK idiom

borrow (v.) eeassaghey, geeasaght; goaill er yeeasaght: You will have to borrow some money, won't you? - Shegin diu goaill argid er eeasaght, nagh nhegin diu? JJK idiom; yeeassaghey

failed (v.) daïll: And when money failed in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan - As tra daïll yn argid ayns cheer Egypt, as ayns cheer Chanaan Bible

fritter (n.) freeghtag; (v.) jummal: To fritter all his money away - Dy yummal ooilley e argid. DF idiom

got1 hooar: I also got money - Hooar mee argid neesht. DF idiom; chossyn: He got in the Keys - Chossyn eh stiagh 'sy Chiare as Feed. DF idiom

great deal (n.) lansh; mooarane: He must have a great deal of money - Shegin ve mooarane argid echey. JJK idiom

hid cheill: He hid the truth - Cheil eh yn irriney. DF idiom; dollee: He hid the money - Dollee eh yn argid. DF idiom; kellit

hole1 (n.) dhull; poyll; towl: Money burns a hole in his pocket - Ta argid lostey towl ny phoagey. JJK idiom; (v.) towley

lack dolley: There was no lack of money there - Cha row dolley argid ayns shen. DF idiom; feme, ymmyrçh, genney, gortey

lent (v.) yeeassit; er eeasagh; eeasit; deeassee: He lent me the money - Deeassee eh yn argid dou. DF idiom

owing lhiastyn; lhiastynagh; mooie: All the money owing to me - Ooilley'n argid ta mooie aym. DF idiom

pocket (v.) cur bluckan ayns poagey, cur 'sy phoggaid, geid argid; (n.) poagey: Money burns a hole in his pocket - Ta argid lostey towl ny phoagey. JJK idiom; poggaid

put by (v.) tashtey: Money put by to fall back on - Argid tasht seose ry-hoi traa chionn. DF idiom

raising troggalagh; (v.) troggal: Raising money for the cause - Troggal argid da'n chooish. DF idiom

saving chymsagh, sauaillagh; kiarailagh; pickagh; spaarail; tashtey: Saving money for a rainy day - Tashtey argid cour laa fliaghee. DF idiom

steal geid: Not alone did he steal my money - Cha nee ynrican ren eh yn argid aym y gheid. DF idiom; myngyraght

taxed1 (financially) fo cheesh: he taxed the land to give the money according to the commandment of Pharaoh - hug eh yn cheer fo keesh dy yannoo magh yn argid cordail rish oardagh Pharaoh Bible

they are t'ad: They are always greedy for money - T'ad rieau shegin er argid DF idiom; (emph.) t'adsyn

argid (=Ir. airgiott ; lat. argentum.) coinage, exchequer, finance, money, silver, wages: son wheesh dy argid as sheeagh eh ver eh dou eh Bible; cash [L. argentum]

argid-pabyrey paper money: Shegin da cummaltee Vannin as delleyderyn goaill tastey dy lhisagh cowrey-ushtey mie ve ec argid-pabyrey. BS

conney combustible, firewood; gorse: ceab-aileagh dy chur conney-aittin er aile, ny dy oaddey aile JK; fuel; money

eearlys (tip) drink money; earnest, handsel, imprest: She Jee eh, ta myrgeddin er chur dooin eearlys y Spyrryd. Bible

gennid (f.) (pl -yn) scarceness, scarcity, spareness, sparsity, tightness of money: she aeshyn yn jih ta toyrt er dene dy ve d'yn agney ayns tei, as toyrt ny kapi magh as kapy : agh ligge ny siulaghanyn fannaghtyn ayns genid. Psalm1610

lane argid argentiferous, plenty of money: Ta feme ayn son lane argid ec yn Jeshaght dy reayll ooilley nyn lioaryn clouit as ta cooid smoo jeh berchys yn cheshaght kianglt ayns stoyr lioaryn. Carn

rour argid too much money: Dooyrt Larry Dillon dy vel ommidanyn ayns Doolish goaill rour argid ass ny turrysee. Carn

sporran-argid bundle of money: cur-my-ner, dy row sporran-argid dy chooilley ghooinney ayns e hack Bible

abundance (n.) laanid, lhieenaraght, palchid, palchys, skyoll, ymmodys; niart: Abundance of money - Niart argid. DF idiom; slane palchey; slane towse: they which receive abundance of grace - adsyn ter gheddyn slane towse dy ghrayse Bible; palchey: and with gladness of heart, for the abundance of all things - as lesh gennallys cree, son palchey eh dy chooilley nhee Bible

carpenters (npl.) seiyr: They gave money also unto the masons, and to the carpenters - Hug ad argid myrgeddin da ny masoonee as ny seiyr Bible; seyïr: and cedar trees, and carpenters, and masons as biljyn-cedar, as seyïr, as masoonee Bible; seyir: and they laid it out to the carpenters and builders - as hug ad eh da ny seyir as ny masoonee Bible; sieyr: Unto carpenters, and builders, and masons - Da ny sieyr, as da ny mainshtyryn obbree Bible

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

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

merchandise (n.) cooid: She perceiveth that her merchandise is good - Tee fakin dy vel yn chooid eck vondeishagh Bible; cooid hraghtee; kionneeaght, margeeaght; marchanys; marchantys: but thou shalt not sell her at all for money, thou shalt not make merchandise of her - agh cha greck oo ee eddyr son argid; ny jannoo marchantys jee Bible; merchantys: And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you - As trooid saynt nee ad lesh goan cluicagh jannoo merchantys jiu Bible

much kuse vooar; lane: Shouldn't we have much pleasure? - Nagh beagh lane taitnys ain? JJK idiom; monney: Have you lost much money? - Vel shiu er choayl monney argid? JJK idiom; mooaran; mooarane: With much pleasure - Lesh mooarane taitnys. JJK idiom; mooarrane; niart; ram; weight: And Edom came out against him with much people - As haink Edom magh n'oï lesh weight sleih Bible

stuff (v.) pronney; (n.) stoo: what hast thou found of all thy household stuff? cre tou er gheddyn jeh ooilley dty stoo thie Bible; cooid: If a man shall deliver unto his neighbour money or stuff to keep - My ver dooinney argid ny cooid da e naboo dy hashtey Bible

wish mian: I wish to say - S'mian lhiam gra. DF idiom; mianey; yerkal; baill; soulaghey; geearree: I wish for money - Ta mee geearree argid. DF idiom; yeearree; sailt: Why do you wish us to learn this? - Cre'n fa sailt shin dy ynsagh eh shoh? JJK idiom

your (pron) dt', dty: Your cousins speak French very well - Ta dty gheiney-vooinjerey loayrt Frangish feer vie. JJK idiom; ayd: Is that your pen? - Nee shen y penn ayd? JJK idiom; eu: Your brother is a doctor, isn't he? - Ta'n braar eu ny er-lhee, nagh vel? JJK idiom; nyn: Have you changed your money? - Vel shiu er chaghlaa nyn argid? JJK idiom

brishey (=Ir. briseadh) bankrupt, breach, break, burst, cash, change money, crash, decode, depose, dismiss, fracture, go back, interrupt, raise, repulse, ruin, stump, wane, smash: Nee oo brishey eh ayns peeshyn Bible; (n.) pl. brishaghyn bankruptcy, breakage, contravention, dismissal, failure, infringement, interruption, violation; breaking; small change

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