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mouse (n.) lonnag; lugh: As poor as a church mouse - Cha boght as lugh killagh. JJK idiom; lugheraght


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church mouse (n.) lugh killagh: As poor as a church mouse - Cha boght as lugh killagh. JJK idiom

field mouse thollag faiyr

mouse colour daah lughagh

mouse-eared chickweed (n.) cleaysh lheeah, cleaysh lughagh, lus y chengey veg

mouse-eared hawkweed (n.) stroin-vuc

mouse hole (n.) towl lugh

mouse mat (n.) beshag-lugh

mouse pointer (n.) snaid

optical mouse (n.) lugh shilleydagh

sea mouse (n.) lugh varrey

young mouse (n.) jiarganagh

hover the mouse over (v.) cur y lugh harrish

beshag-lugh mouse mat

daah lughagh mouse colour

jiarganagh young mouse

lonnag mouse

lugheraght mouse, mousing

lugh shilleydagh optical mouse

lugh varrey sea mouse

thollag faiyr (f.) field mouse

towl lugh mouse hole

flitter-mouse (n.) craitnag

mouse-catcher (n.) lugheyr

cleaysh lughagh (f.) mouse-eared chickweed

lugheyr mouse-catcher

stroin-vuc mouse-eared hawkweed

cur y lugh harrish hover the mouse over

cleaysh lheeah (f.) large grey lichen, mouse-eared chickweed

lus y chengey veg (f.) devil's bit, mouse-eared chickweed

hoard (n.) prug; (v.) pruggal, stoyral, stoyrey, tashtey; stoyr; tasht: Hoard up miser and eat a little mouse - Tasht phrughag as ee lughag. DF idiom

miser (n.) gortagh, gortan, peajeog, sondagh; prughag: Store miser and eat little mouse - Tasht prughag as ee lughag. JJK idiom

store (n.) mart, prawg, prug; shapp, stoyr; (v.) stoyrail, stoyral, tashtey; tasht: Store miser and eat little mouse - Tasht prughag as ee lughag. JJK idiom

craitnag (f.) pl. craitnagyn bat, flitter-mouse: T'eh cha kyagh as craitnag. DF

lugh (=Ir. luch) (f.) pl. lughee mouse: reddyn snauee y thallooin; yn assag, as y lugh, as y tortoise Bible

snaid (f.) 1 index, indicator, needle, pointer, style a: Ta'n snaid dy kinjagh sheeyney lesh yn twoaie. DF; 2 mouse pointer; 3 (of barometer) hand

poor boght: As poor as a church mouse - Cha boght as lugh killagh. JJK idiom; boghtey: The poor little things! - Ny cretooryn boghtey! DF idiom; moal, ymmyrchagh; moalley; (npl.) (the) boghtyn: He's very charitable towards the poor - T'eh feer feoilt gys ny boghtyn. JJK idiom; boghtynid

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