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muc (=Ir. muc) (f.) pl. mucyn See muck grunter, hog, pig, swine: Ta muc feie ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible


Inexact matches:

bainney muc common sowthistle, corn sowthistle

bee muc common sowthistle, sow thistle

collagh muc (domestic) boar

crammylt muc erect potentilla

croau-muc feie asparagus

gleih muc wild hyacinth

muc aail (f.) barrow, sow

muc aeg (f.) gruntling

muc arkagh (f.) sow

muc cheish (f.) fat pig, obese pig, porker

muc fahnaghtagh (f.) warthog

muc feie (f.) wild pig: Va croau-muc feie er ve aym. JJK

muc feïe wild boar: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck as ta maase feïe yn vagher dy chur mow ee Bible

muc gheinnee (f.) quicksand

muc hallooin (f.) aardvark

muc niaghtee (f.) large snowball

muc oaldey (f.) wild pig

muc rangagh (f.) cavy, guinea pig

muc roauyr fat pig: Slaa smarrey er thoyn muc roauyr. DF

muc ruy (f.) bollan

muc varrey (f.) porpoise, rorqual; whale: Mysh tree meeillaghyn voish y phurt haink shin magh ass y chay as honnick shin, myr muc varrey vooar, y fovooirane hene. GK

muc-varrey Minke (f.) Minke whale

muc veay (f.) slug

muc yiarn (f.) pig iron

shelgeyr muc pigsticker

smarrey muc lard

baatey muc marrey whaleboat, whaler

bee muc friogganagh prickly sowthistle

Boayl ny Muc Place of the Pigs

Bwoaillee ny Muc Pigs' Fold

Close Gleiy ny Muc Bluebell Close

collagh muc feie (wild) boar

collagh muc oaldey (wild) boar

collagh muc spoiyt hog

Croit ny Muc Pig's Croft

Ellan ny Muc (f.) (Isle of) Muck

muc ghoo er (f.) depressed, dumps, mope

muc ny ferrishyn (f.) sow slater, wood louse

muc ny greg (f.) lumpsucker

muc ny loghyn (f.) (Ich.) perch

Rass ny Muc Shrubbery of the Pigs

skeeah ny muc varrey jellyfish

boar1 (n.) collagh muc, purr, collagh muc feie, collagh muc oaldey, collagh, collagh muickey, collagh muigey

boar2 (n.) (wild) collagh muc feie; collagh muc oaldey; purr

common sowthistle (n.) bainney muc, bee conning, bee muc

fat pig (n.) keish: The fat pig is ready for the market - Ta'n cheish aarloo da'n vargey. DF idiom; muc cheish; muc roauyr: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom

hog (n.) collagh muc spoiyt, muc

wild pig (n.) muc feie, muc oaldey

sow1 (v.) cuir, cuirr, cuirrey, chuirr; (to); (dy) spreih sheel; (n.) muc aail, muc arkagh

pig (n.) muc: To buy a pig in a poke - Kionnagh muc ayns poagey. JJK idiom; muck; muickey; muigey

muc-awin bear: Myr dooinney ta chea veih lion, as meeiteil muc-awin Bible

aardvark (n.) muc hallooin

cavy (n.) muc rangagh

corn sowthistle (n.) bainney muc

erect potentilla (n.) crammylt muc

gruntling (n.) muc aeg

guinea pig (n.) muc rangagh

mope (v.) muc ghoo er

obese pig (n.) muc cheish

pigsticker (n.) shelgeyr muc

rorqual (n.) muc varrey

warthog (n.) muc fahnaghtagh

wild boar (n.) muc feïe: The wild boar out of the wood doth root it up - Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

wild hyacinth (n.) gleih muc

asparagus (n.) asparag; croau-muc feie: I have had some asparagus - Va croau-muc feie er ve aym. JJK idiom; lus ny sooghid

grunter (n.) groaishagh, muc, soghaller, sogheyder

Minke whale (n.) muc-varrey Minke

perch3 (n.) (Ich.) blubbanagh, muc ny loghyn

Pig's Croft (n.) Croit ny Muc

Pigs' Fold (n.) Bwoaillee ny Muc

porker (n.) muc cheish, muck yrryn

prickly sowthistle (n.) bee muc friogganagh

sow slater (n.) muc ny ferrishyn

barrow (n.) barrey; carnane oanluckee; cronnag oanluckee; muc aail

Bluebell Close (n.) Close Gleiy ny Muc

boar3 (n.) (domestic) collagh muc, collagh muickey, collagh muigey

bollan (n.) bollan; braddan Manninagh; muc ruy

large snowball (n.) muc niaghtee, thummid sniaghtee

lumpsucker (n.) kiark varrey, muc ny greg

Muck (n.) (Isle of) Ellan ny Muc, Ellan ny Muic

pig iron (n.) muc yiarn, yiarn garroo

Place of the Pigs (n.) Boayl ny Muc

quicksand (n.) geinniagh vio, muc gheinnee, traie sluggee

Shrubbery of the Pigs (n.) Rass ny Muc

sow thistle (n.) bee muc, onnane veein, onnane vuc

depressed injil; lhag; lhag-chreeagh; meayll; merginagh; muc ghoo er

jellyfish (n.) skeeah ny muc varrey, skeeah rauney, slouree, slumm, smug rauney

lard (n.) blennick, blennick vuickey, blonnag, smarrey muc; (v.) cur blennick er, cur blonnag er

whale (n.) meeyl mooar, muc varrey, whale; (v.) shelg yn vuc varrey

whaleboat (n.) baatey meeyl mooar, baatey muc marrey, shelgyr meeyl mooar

whaler (n.) baatey meeyl mooar, baatey muc marrey, shelgeyr meeyl mooar

wood louse (n.) collagh saggyrt, meeyl cheylley, muc ny ferrishyn

sturneishagh resolute, stubborn: Cha sturneishagh as muc. DF; stubborn person

almost (adv.) begnagh; bunnys: The hyacinths are almost over - Ta'n gleih-muc bunnys jeant. JJK idiom; faggys da; faggys

arse (n.) thoyn: Spread fat on a fat pig's arse - Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF idiom

buy1 (v.) chionnys; kionnaghey; kionnee: You'll buy a cake - Kionnee shiu berreen. JJK idiom; (n.) kionneeaght; kionnagh: To buy a pig in a poke - Kionnagh muc ayns poagey. JJK idiom

daubing slaa: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom

dumps muc ghoo er: She's down in the dumps - Ta'n vuc ghoo urree. DF idiom

grease (n.) sahll; saill: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom; smarrey

in1 ayns: To buy a pig in a poke - Kionnagh muc ayns poagey. JJK idiom; kione

poke broddey; poagey: To buy a pig in a poke - Kionnagh muc ayns poagey. JJK idiom; snug

porpoise (n.) garmanagh, muc varrey; perkyn: Did you see the porpoise? Yes - Naik oo yn pherkyn? Honnick. DF idiom

slug (n.) muc veay; shilleeid; shilleen; sluggey: He swallowed it whole - Slug eh lesh un sluggey jeh. DF idiom

stubborn (adj.) ard-wannalagh, condaigagh, creoi, creoi-aignagh, creoi-wannalagh, frowartagh, meeammyssagh, raghtal, raghtanagh, roonagh; meereiltagh; sturneishagh, storneishagh: As stubborn as a mule - Cha sturneishagh as muc. DF idiom; mee-viallagh

swine (n.) muc; mucyn: To throw pearls before swine - Ceau pearlyn roish mucyn. JJK idiom; muick

farkiaght abide, await, look for, pause, tarry, wait: Dooys v'eh myr muc-awin ny lhie farkiaght Bible

meeiteil convocation, meeting: Myr dooinney ta chea veih lion, as meeiteil muc-awin Bible

meenearagh audacious, bold, brazen, immodest, imprudent, ribald, shameless, unashamed, unblushing: Cha meenearagh as muc. DF; impudent; (of injustice) glaring

quaaltagh 1 meeter a: Lhig da muc-awin t'er choayl e quallianyn ve quaaltagh dooinney Bible; 2 first-footer

quallianyn whelps: Lhig da muc-awin t'er choayl e quallianyn ve quaaltagh dooinney, roish ommydan ayns farg. Bible

reurey open up, sink, dig, root out, root up: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

reuyrey delve, dig, dig up, root, spade: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

sahll (f.) adipose tissue, blubber, fat, grease, saim: Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF; white flesh

smarrey (=Ir. smearadh) dubbin, grease, greasing, lubricate, lubrication: Slaa smarrey er thoyn muc roauyr. DF; daub

toinn (f.) (pl -yn) breech: Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr JJK; pl. toinnaghyn bottom, bum; rump

bear1 (v.) brey, gymmyrkey, surranse, ymmyrk; ymmyrkey: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) nymmyrk; (to); (dy) hurral: They and their children have much to bear - Ta mooarane ocsyn as ec nyn baitchyn dy hurral. JJK idiom; surrys, hroggys; (n.) bear, clameyder, maghouin, muc-awin, mucawin; ceau

fat blennick; eeh; geirr; keish; maa, mea; riurey, roauyrey; sahll: Spread fat on a fat pig's arse - Slaa sahll er thoyn muc roauyr. DF idiom; smuirr; roauyr: He is as fat and stupid as a wether - T'eh cha roauyr as ommidjagh as mohlt. DF idiom; riurid: Ye eat the fat - Ta shiu gee yn riurid Bible

rump (n.) bun yn arbyl: Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat and the rump - Nee oo goaill myrgeddin jehn rea yn eeh, as bun yn arbyl Bible; curp; curpin: fat thereof, and the whole rump - yn eeh echey, as yn slane curpin Bible; toinn: Daubing grease on a fat pig's rump - Slaa saill er toinn muc roauyr. JJK idiom; kease

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