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moyrnagh (adj.) haughty, proud, vain: Craidoilagh moyrnagh as sonnaasagh ta'n ennym echeysyn Bible; pompous; (n.) proud person


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beealerey moyrnagh braggadocio

dy moyrnagh proudly: Agh adsyn ta gymmyrkey ad hene dy moyrnagh, as dy mooaralagh, trooid drogh-ynsagh, nee tayrn scammylt er ooashley nyn gynney. Apoc

shilley moyrnagh proud look: Shilley moyrnagh, chengey vreagagh, as laueyn ta deayrtey yn uill neu-chyndagh. Bible

moyrnagh ass e thie house-proud

braggadocio (n.) beealerey moyrnagh; froaishid

proud person (n.) moyrnagh

vain2 (adj.) (haughty) mooaralagh; moyrnagh

house-proud (adj.) moyrnagh ass e thie

haughty (adj.) ard-wannalagh; kione-ard; mooaralagh; sonaasagh; stroineeishagh; mooaralee; moyrnagh

pompous (adj.) staydoil; staydoilagh, fardalagh, cronnallagh, moyrnagh

proud look (n.) shilley mooaralagh, shilley moyrnagh

proudly (adv.) dy ard; dy mooaralagh; dy moyrnagh; dy roonagh

sonnaasagh arrogant, conceited: Craidoilagh moyrnagh as sonnaasagh ta'n ennym echeysyn Bible

ploughing (v.) farrys-thie; farrysthie: An high look, and a proud heart, and the ploughing of the wicked, is sin - Ayns shilley ard, as cree moyrnagh, as eer ayns farrysthie ny mee-chrauee, ta peccah. Bible; traaue; traauee

proud1 (adj.) moyrnagh: He is very proud of her - T'eh feer voynagh assjee. DF idiom; styrdal; (n.) mooaralagh: He is a proud one - She mooaralagh eh. DF idiom

arganeyn strifes: Teh moyrnagh, er beggan tushtey, agh branladee mysh questionyn as arganeyn streeuagh Bible; arguments; disputes

branladee doting: Teh moyrnagh, er beggan tushtey, agh branladee mysh questionyn as arganeyn streeuagh Bible

chengey vreagagh (f.) lying tongue: Shilley moyrnagh, chengey vreagagh, as laueyn ta deayrtey yn uill neu-chyndagh Bible

craidoilagh derisive, satirical, scornful; derider, mocker, scorner: Craidoilagh moyrnagh as sonnaasagh ta'n ennym echeysyn Bible

cullyryn colours: Coamrit lesh cryssyn mysh nyn meeghyn, as nyn ghing soit magh lesh cullyryn ass towse moyrnagh, ad ooilley myr princeyn dy yeeaghyn orroo Bible

keintyn classes: 2Ta three keintyn dy leih, as feoh ec my annym orroo: Dooinney boght as eh moyrnagh, dooinney berchagh ta ny vreagerey, as shenn vaarderagh, ta coayl e chooinaghtyn Apoc

looyr husky; stalwart; strong bodied: Va'n maynagh jeeaghyn sunt, roauyr as looyr; va e hooillyn soilshean, yn aght echey shickyr, e ymmyrkey jeeragh, as e hooyl moyrnagh. CnyO

ouryssyn surmisings: T'eh moyrnagh, er beggan tushtey, agh branladee mysh questionyn as arganeyn streeuagh, voue ta cheet troo, anvea, oltooan, drogh-ouryssyn Bible

Shen eh (intj) Quite, That's right, That's it: Shimmey fer va ruggit ayns Mannin, as shen eh - cha nel ee goaill tastey jeh currym elley, ga dy vel ee gra dy vel ee moyrnagh. Carn

sollaghey laue bribe, bribing, buy over: Hoshiaght, cha vod fer erbee credjal dy ren sollaghey-laue Lunnin as fir-oik Whitehall stroie dy chooilley hro ec ny Celtiee 'moyrnagh' Carn

Ungaar (f.) (Yn) Hungary: V'eh g'eearree dy chooilley pheiagh ayns Ungaar ve moyrnagh jeh nyn giaull hene as dagh red bentyn da. Carn

turrysagh (=Ir. turasóir) See turryssagh pl. turryssee holiday-maker, tourist, tripper, visitor: Goll rish ram Manninee, va mee moyrnagh dy liooar ass turrysaght Vannin, agh ec y traa cheddin va mee slane skee jeh'n aght va'n turrysaght cur er Manninee dy liooar y ve myr guillyn-drid. Carn; journey; journeying

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