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mullagh (=Ir. mullach) 1 apex, capital, crest, culmination, eminence, peak, pinnacle, ridge, roofing, summit, top, vertex a: hug eh lesh ad gys mullagh cronk Bible; 2 (of prices) ceiling; 3 (of wave) crest; 4 (of illness) crisis; 5 crown


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gyn mullagh roofless

Mullagh Dawson Dawson's Top

mullagh eayst full moon

Mullagh er (intj) He is ruined, He is undone

mullagh foshlit (of bus) outside; open top

mullagh fuilt hairy scalp: Lotti jih kian y noidjyn : as mulagh fuilt kian leid yn anayn as ta shiir gimmiaght ayns y pheky. Psalm1610

Mullagh Glass Green Top

Mullagh Ouyr Dun Top

mullagh sclate slated roof

mullagh slogh (mine shaft) bank

mullagh thie housetop, roof: myr glassyragh er mullagh thie Bible

mullagh thooee straw roof, thatched roof

sparroo mullagh-bane white-crowned sparrow

Cooil ny Mullagh Nook of the Summit

Crongan Mullagh y Chronk Hilltop Rise

cur mullagh er roof: giall daue myghin, O Hiarn, as cur mullagh er y vea oc ayns slaynt lesh boggey as myghin. Apoc

goll er mullagh ching bustling about, going headlong, hurrying

mullagh e ching top of his head: veih boyn e choshey eer gys mullagh e ching Bible

mullagh e king top of her head

Mullagh ny Creggey Summit of the Rock

Mullagh ny Geayee Summit of the Wind

mullagh ny greeishyn landing

Mullagh ny Gronk Hill Summit

mullagh ny marrey (=Ir. mullach-na-mara) high tide; high water

Mullagh ny Rhennee Ferny Summit

mullagh y ching (of head) crown

Mullagh y Chrink Top of the Hill

Mullagh y Chruink Hillcrest

Mullagh y Ghlionnan Top of the Little Glen

mullagh yn aer canopy of Heaven

Mullagh y Phundail Pinfold Summit

Mullagh y Reurey Top of the Steep Bank

Mullagh y Sniaul Snaefell Summit

mullagh y thie roof; housetop: Er shoh skeayl ad cabbane da Absalom er mullagh y thie Bible

mullagh y traie high water

Mullagh y Vagher Top of the Field

Mullagh y Vartaragh Cripple's Summit

Reayrt Mullagh y Chronk Hilltop View

housetop (n.) mullagh thie: that sitteth alone upon the housetop - ta soie ny-lomarcan er mullagh thie Bible; mullagh y thie: Let him which is on the housetop not come down - Eshyn ter mullagh y thie, ny lhig da cheet neose Bible

roof (n.) clea, farvoalley, kione thie; mullagh thie, mullagh y thie: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; (v.) coodaghey, cur clea er, cur kione er, cur mullagh er, jeenaghey, sclatal

high water (n.) lane marrey; mullagh ny marrey; mullagh y traie

bank2 (n.) (mine shaft) mullagh slogh

ceiling2 (n.) (of prices) mullagh

crest2 (n.) (of wave) baare, mullagh

crisis2 (n.) (of illness) mullagh

crown3 (n.) (of head) mullagh y ching

crown6 (n.) (of mast) baare, mullagh

culmination (n.) mullagh

Dawson's Top (n.) Mullagh Dawson

Dun Summit (n.) Mullagh Ouyr

Dun Top (n.) Mullagh Ouyr

Green Top (n.) Mullagh Glass

hairy scalp (n.) mullagh fuilt

Hillcrest (n.) Mullagh y Chruink

open top mullagh foshlit

outside2 (n.) (of bus) mullagh foshlit

roofing (n.) clea, mullagh

slated roof (n.) mullagh sclate

straw roof (n.) mullagh thooee

summit (n.) ard-veinn, baare, beinn; mullagh: We spent two hours on the summit of the mountain - Cheau shin daa oor er mullagh y clieau. JJK idiom; pen

thatched roof (n.) mullagh thooee

top1 baare; mullagh: I hope to be top of my form - Ta mee treishteil dy bee'm ec mullagh my vrastyl. JJK idiom; baarelagh; (v.) cur baare er; pen

vertex (n.) mullagh

er-mullagh atop: ayns shelleigyn jeant ass fainaghyn dy huggane troggit myr baskad lesh farkyl er-mullagh jeh. Dhoor

apex (n.) baare, beinn, gob, mullagh

Cripple's Summit (n.) Mullagh y Vartaragh

eminence1 (n.) ard-cheim, ard-ennym; mullagh, yrjid

Ferny Summit (n.) Mullagh ny Rhennee

full moon (n.) lane-eayst, mullagh eayst

He is ruined (intj) Mullagh er

He is undone (intj) Mullagh er

Hill Summit (n.) Mullagh ny Gronk

peak eairk; mullagh; peeik; speek

Pinfold Summit (n.) Mullagh y Phundail

pinnacle (n.) ard-vullagh; beinn; eer-vullagh; mullagh

roofless (adj.) gyn clea, gyn mullagh

Snaefell Summit (n.) Mullagh y Sniaul

white-crowned sparrow (n.) sparroo mullagh-bane

mullagh-shamyr ceiling

canopy of Heaven (n.) mullagh yn aer

going headlong (v.) goll er mullagh ching

Hilltop Rise (n.) Crongan Mullagh y Chronk

Hilltop View (n.) Reayrt Mullagh y Chronk

hurrying goll er mullagh ching; jannoo siyr; siyr

Nook of the Summit (n.) Cooil ny Mullagh

Summit of the Rock (n.) Mullagh ny Creggey

Summit of the Wind (n.) Mullagh ny Geayee

top of her head mullagh e king

top of his head (n.) mullagh e ching

Top of the Field (n.) Mullagh y Vagher

Top of the Hill (n.) Mullagh y Chrink

Top of the Little Glen (n.) Mullagh y Ghlionnan

Top of the Steep Bank (n.) Mullagh y Reurey

atop (adv.) er-baare; er-mullagh; er y vullagh; erskyn

bustling about (v.) foostyral mygeayrt, goll er mullagh ching, siyraghey

landing (v.) goll er y cheer, goll er thalloo, tarlheim; (n.) mullagh ny greeishyn

dhieyn See thieyn houses: jean-jee er mullagh ny dhieyn Bible

glassyragh grass: myr y lhuss glass, myr glassyragh er mullagh thie Bible

glassyraght plant, plant life: myr glassyraght er mullagh ny thieyn Bible

obbyr-attee (f.) chapiter: va'n obbyr-attee v'er mullagh dagh pillar jeu queig cubityn Bible

yrjey elevation, higher: T'ee shassoo er mullagh yn yrjey Bible

capital ard-valley; bun-argid: Water the capital - Yn bun argid y cheylaghey. DF idiom; kione-lettyr; lettyr mooar; mullagh

fell (n.) ard, slieau; (v.) lhieggal, lhieggey, loamrey; chroym; huit, huitt: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom

form1 brastyl: I hope to be top of my form - Ta mee treishteil dy bee'm ec mullagh my vrastyl. JJK idiom; forme; rheynn; (v.) (y) chummey; croo; kiaddey

high tide (n.) lane marrey; mooir lane; mullagh ny marrey; roayrt ec y vullagh; roayrt lhieent

poll (v.) baarey; ceau voteyn, geddyn voteyn, pollal, teiy; (n.) claigeen; co-earroo; kione; reihys: He headed the poll - V'eh ec mullagh y reihys. DF idiom; teiys

ridge dreeym, drommey, immyr, mullagh, rinn, sker; oirrag: Ridge of turnips - Oirrag napinyn. DF idiom; (v.) jannoo oirragyn, ooiraghey

watchman (n.) arreyder: and the watchman went up to the roof - as hien arreyder seose gys mullagh y toor Bible; fer arrey

askaidyn boils: as ren eh Job y woalley lesh askaidyn yngyragh, veih boyn e choshey gys mullagh e chione. Bible

atteeyn chapiters: feeaghyn dy obbyr-linkyn son ny atteeyn va soit er mullagh ny pillaryn Bible

ben veealeragh (f.) termagant: Te ny share dy chummal ayns corneil erbee mullagh thie, na marish ben veealeragh ayns thie mooar. Bible

chionney stiagh (=Ir. teannadh-steach) perforate; press in: As hig eh gy-kione ayns ny laghyn jerrinagh, dy bee slieau thie yn Chiarn er ny hoiaghey er mullagh ny sleityn ; as nee dy chooilley ashoon chionney stiagh huggey. Bible; besiege, siege

darree (gen.) oak: Fuygh darree. DF; (v.) changed, shifted: Darree eh geear sheese ec mullagh y chronk DF

er derrey until: Myr ta shickyrys aym jeh'n eer red shoh, dy der eshyn ta er chur obbyr vie er y hoshiaght ny-vud eu, mullagh er derrey laa Yeesey Creest Bible

hannish See sannish whisper: shen ta shiu er ghra myr hannish, ayns shamyryn, bee eh er ny ockley magh er mullagh ny dhieyn. Bible

Kerrin y Valley market square: sheshaght ayns foayr jeh faaue dy lhisagh sthowran jeh'n ghraihder-heerey Manninagh Illiam Dhone goll er cur er mullagh Cooinaghtane Smelt, t'ayns Kerrin y Valley. BS

lh'ee (=Ir. léi) with her: Agh va ish er choyrt lh'ee ad seose gys mullagh y thie Bible

obbyr chequer (f.) checker work: As lieenteenyn dy obbyr chequer, as feeaghyn dy obbyr-linkyn son ny atteeyn va soit er mullagh ny pillaryn; shiaght son dagh attey. Bible

obbyr-linkyn chain-work: As lieenteenyn dy obbyr chequer, as feeaghyn dy obbyr-linkyn son ny atteeyn va soit er mullagh ny pillaryn; shiaght son dagh attey. Bible

scolbey (=Ir. sgol) chip, chip off, get up: Ren y yeean scolbey jeh mullagh yn ooh. DF; peck a shell, scallop

scoltaghyn splits; clefts: Dy gholl stiagh ayns scoltaghyn ny creggyn, as fo mullagh ny creggyn brishtagh, kyndagh rish aggle y Chiarn Bible; interstices

soit er attacked, intent, repose: As ren eh dreamal, as honnick eh myr aarey soit er y thalloo, as va'n mullagh echey roshtyn gys niau Bible; set on

ynnyd-soie seat: as va mullagh yn stoyl-reeoil runt cheu-chooylloo: as va geayltyn er dagh cheu jeh'n ynnyd-soie, as hass daa lion [dy airh] liorish ny geayltyn. Bible

ceiling1 (n.) ceelyn; farvoalley: The smoke had blackened the ceiling - Ta'n jaagh er ghooaghey yn farvoalley. JJK idiom; sar-vullagh; mullagh-shamyr

gear (n.) geear: He changed down gear at the top of the hill - Darree eh geear sheese ec mullagh y chronk. DF idiom; greie; cullee: Take your gear out of this - Gow yn cullee ayd magh ass shoh. DF idiom; greieghey

of the y: He fell down from the roof of the house - Huitt eh sheese veih mullagh y thie. JJK idiom; ny: He'll doubtless be punished according to he law of the land - Gyn dooyt bee eh kerrit coardail rish leigh ny cheerey. JJK idiom; yn: Learning is the stately clothing of the rich man and the riches of the poor man - Ta ynsagh coamrey stoamey yn dooinney berchagh as berchys yn boght. JJK idiom

jeen dry, impermeable, proof, staunch, waterproof, watertight, weatherproof: Nish cha b'aillish Rob dy vaghey ayns shen as v'eh ro chercheenagh dy vaarail argid erbee dy reayll y thie jeen, as dy gerrid huitt yn mullagh-thooit stiagh. Dhoor

lheim 1 bounce, bound, buck, embrace, hop, jump, limp, lope, pant, pounce, spring, start, tup, vault; 2 leap a: Myr feiyr fainee er mullagh sleityn nee ad lheim Bible; 3 leaping, jumping, starting a: lheïm ry-lhiattee myr bow brisht Bible; 4 skippedst a: Son neayrs loayr oo jeh, tou lheim son boggey Bible; 5 leaped; 6 skip

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