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mullee 1 culminant; 2 plum; 3 (gen.) of the summit a: y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible


Inexact matches:

claare mullee barge board

coodagh mullee canopy

croan mullee topmast

cront mullee topknot

cubbyl mullee barge-couple

errey mullee peak load

garey mullee roof garden

grine mullee top grain

key mullee crème de la crème

leacan mullee crest-tile

locker mullee moulding plane

maidjey mullee ridgepole, top rail

ooryn mullee peak hours

shiaull mullee sky-scraper, topsail, skyscraper

shiaulteyr mullee topman

sleih mullee élite, upper crust: my t'ad libraalagh t'ad cheet dy ve imneagh tra ta sleih elley gra dy vel ny scoillyn Vretnish ayns shen son y ''sleih mullee''. Carn

towl mullee glory hole

traaghyn mullee peak hours

cleaysh yn shiaull mullee topsail tack

fo coodagh mullee canopied

gour nyn mullee headlong: Eisht hie ny drogh-spyrrydyn ass y dooinney, as hie ad stiagh ayns ny muckyn: as roie yn ghriagh gour nyn mullee lesh yn eaynee gys y cheayn, as v'ad plooghit. Bible

scoid yn shiauill mullee topsail sheet

shiaull croan mullee topgallant

peak hours (npl.) ooryn mullee, traaghyn mullee

barge board (n.) claare mullee

barge-couple (n.) cubbyl mullee

crest-tile leacan mullee

culminant (adj.) mullee

glory hole (n.) towl mullee

moulding plane (n.) locker mullee

of the summit mullee

peak load (n.) errey mullee

ridgepole (n.) maidjey mullee

topgallant (n.) shiaull croan mullee

top grain grine mullee

topknot (n.) cront mullee, kereen

topman (n.) shiaulteyr mullee

topmast (n.) croan mullee

top rail (n.) maidjey mullee

Tops (npl.) Mullee

topsail (n.) shiaull mullee

upper crust (n.) sleih mullee

élite (n.) sleih mullee; (adj.) teiht, reiht

headgear (n.) coodagh king; queeyllyn-mullee

skyscraper (n.) shiaull mullee; thie speyrey

sky-scraper shiaull mullee, thie speyrey

queeyllyn-mullee (f.) headgear

canopied (adj.) fo coodagh mullee, fo far-scaa

canopy (n.) coodagh mullee, far-scaa, kione-vrat; (v.) cur coodagh er

crème de la crème (n.) key mullee

plum mullee; teiyt; plum, plumbis; plumbys

roof garden (n.) garey clea, garey mullee

topsail sheet (n.) scoid yn shiauill mullee

topsail tack (n.) cleaysh yn shiaull mullee

headlong (adj., adv.) gour y ching, gour y ghib, gyn thort, kione my laaee, kiontoyrtagh; gour e vullee: For the purpose of casting him headlong - Ry hoi tilgey sheese eh gour e vullee. DF idiom; gour nyn mullee

lintels (npl.) linteyryn: both the cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels - nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee Bible

bittern bittern: nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible

broojit 1 bruised, compressed, contusive, mashed, nipped, pounded, pressed a: hilg ad sheese ad gour nyn mullee jehn chreg, as vad broojit dy baase Bible; 2 (as fruit) crushed

eaynee steep place: roie yn ghriagh gour nyn mullee lesh yn eaynee gys y cheayn Bible

falleaysagh flashing, flicker, gleam, gleaming: fainee yn Ree gleashaghey dy bieau, dy tappee tessyn ny mullee, 'naght va brattaghyn as culleeyn ny deiney-shee jeh e heshaght 'getlagh nyn gooyl dy falleaysagh. Coraa

gleashaghey advance, affect, move: Va fainee yn Ree gleashaghey dy bieau, dy tappee tessyn ny mullee, 'naght va brattaghyn as culleeyn ny deiney-shee jeh e heshaght 'getlagh nyn gooyl dy falleaysagh. Coraa; (of people) flow; stirring

lesh yn eaynee towards the precipice: roie yn ghriagh gour nyn mullee lesh yn eaynee gys y cheayn Bible

libraalagh liberal: Sostnee ennagh ren garraghey gys Bretin ta cummal ayns Caerdydd, my t'ad libraalagh t'ad cheet dy ve imneagh tra ta sleih elley gra dy vel ny scoillyn Vretnish ayns shen son y ''sleih mullee''. Carn

linteyryn lintels: nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible

bittern (n.) coar vooar: I will also make it a possession for the bittern - Neem eh y yannoo ny chaitnys dan choayr-vooar Bible; coayr: But the cormorant and the bittern shall possess it - Agh nee yn cormorant, as y choayr cummal ayn Bible; bittern: both the cormorant and the bittern shall lodge in the upper lintels of it - nee chammah yn choayr as y bittern goaill aaght ayns ny linteyryn mullee eck Bible; ushag ny boob

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