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mysh (=Ir. um) COMPARE mygeayrt See mooish about, concerning, regarding: nagh streeu ad mysh focklyn nagh vel gys veg yn ymmyd Bible; around, about him: Cre'n-fa ta shiu goaill aaght mysh y voalley? Bible; on the point of: Mysh y vean-oie hem's magh trooid Egypt. Bible


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craidey mysh burlesque; deride, jeer, mock, scoff: Heeyn sleih cairal shoh myrgeddin, as gowee ad aggle: as nee ad craidey mysh as gearey Bible

cur mysh attire, clothe, don, draw on, dress: cur mysh e gharmadyn Bible; put on

jeeaghit mysh looked after

jeeaghyn mysh look after: Nish, t'ad shirrey coyrle as ymmodee Manninee boirit dy liooar mychione lhiass feallagh aeg syn Ellan, erskyn ooilley mychione yn aght ta sleih jeeaghyn mysh persoonyn aegey hie er cur ayns kiarail. BS

Shooill-jee mysh walk about: Shooill-jee mysh Sion, as immee-jee mygeayrt-y-mooee Bible

soiaghey mysh beset

taggloo mysh comment; talk about: t'eh taggloo mysh geddyn poosit dy gerrid, agh cre'n voayl hed ad dy vaghey lurg shen cha s'ayms Dhoor

builley mysh y chree palpitation

cur cleeah mysh wattle hurdle

cur cleea mysh hurdle

cur cleigh mysh fence, hedge in

cur faal mysh fencing

cur mysh gooyn gown

cur rour mysh overdress

cur sonnagh mysh stockade

cur tead mysh rope in

jannoo troo mysh envy

mygeayrt y mysh about him: tra honnick Yeesey earrooyn mooarey dy leih mygeayrt y mysh Bible

about (prep.) mygeayrt, mooish; mysh: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom; (to) er chee; mychione: I shall speak to him about the matter - Loayrym rish mychione yn chooish shen. JJK idiom

about him mysh; mychionesyn; mygeayrt y mysh; my-e-chione: I don't give a damn about him - S'cummey lhiam rap my e chione. DF idiom; mychione echey: Speaking disparagingly about him - Loayrt lesh jee-voylley mychione echey. DF idiom

overdress (v.) cur rour mysh

put on (v.) chionney; cur er bun; cur er obbyr; ginsh breag; cur mysh: He put on his clothes - Hug eh mysh. DF idiom

regarding mychione; mysh

talk about (v.) taggloo mysh

walk about (v.) shooyl mygeayrt; (impv) Shooill-jee mysh: Walk about Sion, and go round about her - Shooill-jee mysh as immee-jee mygeayrt-y-mooee Bible

fer obbee pl. fir-obbee charmer, conjurer, sorcerer, warlock, witch doctor, wizard: t'eh feer hymoil dy loayragh sleih mysh y 'Fer-Obbee Bretnagh' tra v'ad loayrt mysh Lloyd George. Carn

scollag aeg youth: Skeeal Beg Mysh Scollag Aeg, Keayrt dy row va scollag dy ghuilley aeg mysh queig bleeaney jeig dy eash as hie eh dy schoill dy ynsaghey yn A, B, C. GB

concerning mychione; mysh; bentyn da

dress (n.) eaddagh: Native dress - Eaddagh ny cheerey. DF idiom; gooyn: A dress in white silk - Gooyn jeh sheeidey bane. DF idiom; (v.) baarey; coamrey; cur eaddagh er; cur mysh: Dress the children as quickly as possible - Cur mysh ny paitchyn cha tappee as oddys shiu. JJK idiom; jannoo coamrey da; jeshaghey; jesheenaghey; lhiasaghey; pollal; screebey; skeoghey; stolkey; kiartaghey

hurdle (n.) cleea; (v.) cur cleea mysh

looked after (v.) bochillit; jeeaghit mysh

rope in (v.) cur tead mysh

stockade (n.) sonnagh; (v.) cur sonnagh mysh

chione1 (ny) by the hand: As chelleeragh huitt kay as dorraghys er; as hie eh mygeayrt râsey shirrey peccagh dy gholl ny chione Bible; mingled: As lesh un eayn, kiare chaart dy flooyr, mysh kaart dy ooil ghlen ny chione as mysh kaart dy feeyn ny chione son oural feeyney Bible; apiece

kaart (=Ir. cárta) pl. kaartyn 1 card; 2 charter a: Bee yn Kaart shoh foshlit rish Steatyn ta nyn olteynyn jeh Coonceil yn Oarpey BS; 3 quart: As lesh un eayn, kiare chaart dy flooyr, mysh kaart dy ooil ghlen ny chione as mysh kaart dy feeyn ny chione son oural feeyney. Bible

troggal (=Ir. tógáil) arise, boost, building, elaborate, exalt, gather up, getting up, harvest, hoist, input, invoke, lift, lifting, pick off, pick up, pull in, raise, raise up, rally, rig up, set in rows, sing up, take, winch, wind; (f.) upbringing, uplift; (tax) charging; (as disease) contract; (of wind) freshen; (as shoulders) heave; (as child) bringing up, nurture, rear, train: Shegin da ve feer chronnal nish nagh vodmayd goaill yn nah chesmad er ash (troggal sheeloghe noa voish y chlean) ayns Mannin derrey ta mysh lieh-cheead dy leih ayn mysh yn eash hoght bleeaney jeig as Gaelg flaaoil oc. Carn; development, edifice, structure: cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil fir-ynsee noa. Carn; breed, breeding, rearing: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh. Bible; build, construct, elevate, put up: scuirr ad veih troggal yn ard-valley Bible; absorption, elaboration; hoist up

burlesque craidaght; craidoil; craidoilys; craidey mysh; jannoo gannidys

deride (v.) craidey mysh, jannoo gannidys er

don (v.) cur er, cur mysh; (n.) olloo, fer-ooasle Spaainagh

draw on cheet gy kione; cur mysh

hedge in (v.) cur cleigh mysh, faalaghey

look after (v.) bochillaght, goaill kiarail jeh, jeeaghyn mysh

wattle hurdle (n.) (v.) cur cleeah mysh; (n.) spelt

craidey (=Ir. cráigh) jeering: hie ad son craidey mysh.

fleshag (f.) rug: Fleshag y filley mysh. DF

comment (v.) cohaggloo; cur baght er; loayrt mychione; taggloo mysh

fencing cliwederaght; cur faal mysh; cur scaa er; scaa

jeer arrish; craid; craidey mysh; jannoo gannidys er; jannoo jannidys er

palpitation (n.) brebaney cree, builley mysh y chree; pandoogh; soutal y chree

breechyn breeches, breeks, pants, trousers: breechyn aanrit mysh nyn meeghyn Bible

brilleen sheet: nagh row monney agh brilleen mysh e chorp Bible

chraid mocked: chraid ad mysh ny dooneeyn eck Bible

chraidys mocketh: Quoi-erbee chraidys mysh y voght, t'eh goltooan e Er-croo Bible

club (of persons) club: Cha dooyrt mee veg mysh clubbyn Yernagh (cha row y lheid ayn aghterbee: club raad va Yernish goll er loayrt). Carn

coamrit clad, clothed, dressed: Coamrit lesh cryssyn mysh nyn meeghyn Bible; finished; arrayed

craidee shall mock: As craidee ad mysh, as custee ad eh Bible

custee shall scourge: craidee ad mysh, as custee ad eh Bible

gearey (=Ir. gáire) laugh, laughs: nee ad craidey mysh as gearey Bible; laughter [O.Ir. gáirid]

graih jeean zeal: hug eh mysh graih jeean myr cloagey Bible

greeishyn cassee (f.) winding staircase: son va greeishyn-cassee mysh y thie ooilley mygeayrt Bible

groat groat: Ta shekel mysh daa skilling as groat Bible

hilgagh would cast: hie eh voue, mysh choud as hilgagh fer clagh Bible

jeih-bleeaney decade: ren ad cummal ayns shen mysh jeih bleeaney. Bible

kentimeadar centimetre: Va mysh queig kentimeadar eddyr y daa howl sy wannal. SF

knoppyn knops: As fo'n oirr echey runt mygeayrt va knoppyn soit mysh Bible

lheiney (=Ir. léine) (f.) sark, shirt: hug eh e chooat-eeastee mysh (son v'eh 'sy lheiney) Bible

lhiare 1 leather a: as cryss lhiare mysh e veeghyn Bible; 2 strop

mairagh (=Ir. amárach) (n.) 1 morrow, tomorrow a: mysh y traa shoh mairagh. Bible; 2 (adj.) keyed

marrinnee shipmen: As myr va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong Bible

preïshal busy: As myr va dty harvaant preïshal mysh obbyr elley Bible

skilling shilling: Ta shekel mysh daa skilling as groat Bible

stundaart See stundayrt cubit: as ad getlagh mysh stundaart er yrjid Bible

accomplishment1 (n.) jannoo; cooilleeney: to signify the accomplishment of the days of purification - dy row ad mysh cooilleeney laghyn y ghlenney Bible

around chymmylt; mygeayrt: The bird flew around them - Dettyl yn ushag mygeayrt oc. DF idiom; mysh; ym-

attire (v.) cur mysh; (n.) coamrey: there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

beset (v.) chionney stiagh er, soiaghey mysh, chionney; cochruinnit lesh: I am beset with bad luck - Ta mee cochruinnit lesh drogh aigh. DF idiom

cloak brat; breidaghey; breidey; ceau cloagey er; cloagaghey; cloagey: Hooded cloak - Cloagey bayrnagh. DF idiom and was clad with zeal as a cloak. - as hug eh mysh graih jeean myr cloagey Bible; coodagh; coodaghey

clustered (adj.) dossanagh; (v.) chruinnee: They clustered round him - Chruinnee ad mygeayrt y mysh DF idiom

complain (v.) accan, gaggan: I have cause to complain - Ta oyr gaccan aym. DF idiom; trughaney: I have nothing to complain about - Cha nel veg aym dy hrughaney mysh. DF idiom; tollagh

discovery (n.) feddyn magh: Everybody is speaking of this new discovery - Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK idiom; scrialtys

envy (v.) jannoo troo mysh; (n.) troo: We must accustom ourselves to see what is above us, without astonishment and without envy - Shegin dooin cliaghtaghey shin hene dy akin shen ta er-nyn-skynn, fegooish ardyindys as fegooish troo JJK idiom

fence1 (n.) faal, scaa; kionneyder griu; cleigh: To fence in a field - Dy chur cleigh er magher. DF idiom; (v.) cur cleigh mysh, jannoo cliwederaght

gird (v.) chionney; cryss: Gird up thy loins - Cryss seose dty gharmad mysh dty veeghyn Bible; cryssey: they shall gird themselves with sackcloth - nee ad cryssey adhene lesh aanrit-sack Bible

girdles (npl.) cryssyn: Girded with girdles upon their loins - Coamrit lesh cryssyn mysh nyn meeghyn Bible

gown (v.) cur gooyn er, cur mysh gooyn; (n.) gooyn: Give me my dressing-gown - Cur dou my ghoon-coamree. JJK idiom

many colours caglaaghyn daah: his coat of many colours that was on him - e chooat jeh caglaaghyn daah va mysh Bible

minutes (npl.) giare-hennaghys, imraaghyn-giarey, mynimmeeaghtyn; minnidyn: It's about ten minutes to two - Te mysh jeih minnidyn dys jees. JJK idiom

mock breagagh, craidey mysh, grinderagh, grindyragh; floutagh; floutey; jannoo craid er: Make a mock of him - Jean craid er. DF idiom; floutyraght; craid; (adj.) far-

on the point of er chee: I was on the point of doing it - Va mee er chee jannoo eh. DF idiom; mysh

quarrel troddan; troiddey; tuittym magh: To quarrel about trifles - Tuittym magh mysh veg. JJK idiom

quarrelling (v.) troiddey; tuittym magh: The boys are quarrelling about who's to go first - Ta ny scollagyn tuittym magh mysh quoi jeu shegin goll hoshiaght. JJK idiom

quarter1 aird, kease, raiee, ynnyd; kerroo: It's about a quarter to two - Te mysh kerroo dys jees. JJK idiom; kierroo; (v.) cur ayns aaght, jannoo kerrooyn jeh

scoff conaasagh; connaasagh; connaasey, craidey mysh, jannoo faghid er; flout: He'll suffer the scoff if he gets the lot - Surree eh yn flout my yiow eh yn glout. JJK idiom

shall be vees: as bee'n cryss aanrit mysh e vean, as lesh y mitre aanrit vees eh soit magh - and shall be girded with a linen girdle, and with the linen mitre shall he be attired Bible

speaker (n.) fockleyder, kione coyrlee, loayrtagh, oraatagh; loayreyder: They packed round the speaker - Chruinnee ad mysh y loayreyder. DF idiom

surrounded cruinnit mygeayrt: A strong force of police surrounded a house - Chruinnee niart mooar dy veoiryn shee mygeayrt y mysh thie. DF idiom

talk1 beealeraght; caaynt; loayrt: There's nothing to talk about - Cha nel veg dy loayrt mysh. JJK idiom; pleateil; taggloo: You talk more than you study - Ta shiu taggloo ny smoo na gynsagh. JJK idiom

trench (v.) clashal; (n.) clash; jeeg, jeeig: and he made a trench about the altar - as ren eh jeeig mysh yn altar Bible; lhen; trensh

aarnieu COMPARE ardnieu adder, serpent, snake, viper: Ren yn aarnieu chionney mysh y conning. DF

aase (=Ir. fás) (v.) See gaase 1 develop, evolve, grow, wax a: Ta ny fraueyn echey skeayley mysh y charnane, as aase mastey creggyn. Bible; 2 (n.) tumour; 3 culture, growth; 4 forwardness

abyl (=Ir. ábalta) able: cha vel shin abyl shassoo mooie Bible; able-bodied, adroit, businesslike, capable, powerful, slick, smart: mysh shey cheead thousane coshee va deiney abyl, cheu-mooie jeh cloan. Bible

Albinee Scottish people: ta ram Sostnee treishteil nagh bee yn ooill mygeayrt y mysh ny hellanyn shen fo reill ny Albinee. Carn

Anglo-Yernagh Anglo-Irish: Hie mee gys leaght mysh y Coardail Anglo-Yernagh va currit ec leaghteyr veih'n Rheynn jeh Politickaght syn ollooscoill Carn

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

assjee out of her: Ta'n eearroo jeusyn ta loayrt assjee fud-ny-cheerey tannaghtyn ec mysh 500,000. Carn

Baarle Albinagh (f.) (language) Anglo-Scottish: ry lhaih mysh chengaghyn dy liooar: Goalish, Pictish, Yernish, Gailck Albinagh, Gailck, Bretnish, Cornish, Cumbric, Ladjyn, Baarle, Baarle Albinagh, Loghlynish, Frangish as Romanish. Carn; Lallans, Scots

baatey (=Ir. báid) pl. baatyn boat, even keel: As myr va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong, as er lhiggey yn baatey sheese er yn ushtey Bible

bare (=Ir. b'fhearr) would be better: bare da clagh wyllin dy ve croghit mysh e wannal, Bible

bare da would be better: bare da clagh wyllin dy ve croghit mysh e wannal, as eh dy ve tilgit ayns y cheayn. Bible

ben ruy (f.) redhead: haink y ven thie magh ass e thie as hass ee er y ghreeish, v'ee ny ben ruy as stoamey as thollee mysh jeih bleeaney as feed d'eash as kiare paitchyn eck. JC

boandey airhey chain of gold: bee oo er dty choamrey lesh scarleod, as boandey airhey mysh dty wannal Bible

Braaid (Yn) Braid: Mysh shiaghtin er dy henney ec Thie Chibbanagh, y Braaid, hie chaglym er cummal ry-hoi loayrt mychione crooaght startey noa son Oaseir Lhiasee. Dhoor

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

Bretnagh (=Ir. Breatnach) Cymric, Welsh, Welsh person: Cha row lught BBC Bretnagh lowit dy imraa y mushtaa mysh Trawsfynydd. Carn

Bretnaghys Welshness: Jones as eh screeu mysh Bretnaghys as spyrryd y Thalloo Bretnagh. Carn

brisheyn laa spring of the day: As dirree ad dy moghey: as haink eh gy-kione mysh brisheyn laa, dy deïe Samuel er Saul gys yn ard-shamyr Bible

bussal kerchief, pocket handkerchief: As haink eshyn va marroo magh soillit cass as laue ayns aanrityn oanluckee: as bussal mysh e eddin. Bible

bwooisal gratitude, pleasing, thankful: Va ny jeshaghteyryn shoh boirit mysh y phrowaltys as lhisagh shin ve bwooisal daue son loayrt er ard. Carn

cadley trome deep sleep, sound sleep: As mysh lhie ny greïney huitt cadley trome er Abram Bible

cagh all; everyone, everybody: Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK; one and all

caglaaghyn daah many colours: rooisht ad e chooat jeh Joseph, e chooat jeh caglaaghyn daah va mysh. Bible

cast complex, contorted, curly, curved, intricate, many-sided, spun, ticklish, warped, wrapped, wreathed, wry, twined: va'n amlagh cast mysh my chione Bible; folden: Son choud as tad cast fud-y-cheilley myr ny drineyn Bible; perverted

chaghterys representation: dy obbraghey marish possanyn elley as dy vel ee arryltagh dy smooinaght mysh chaghterys coreuagh ayns reihyssyn. Carn

cha row was not, were not: Cha row agh mysh three feed kiaulleyderyn foast er-mayrn, as cha row agh three jeig jeu dod foast cloie. Carn

charraghey (dy); (to) mend: Stiureyder ny Raaidyn, Bruce Hannay, dooyrt eh dy jinnagh eh goaill mysh shiaghtin dy charraghey yn raad. BS

cheyoo See sheyoo (yn); (the) sixth: she er laa aarlaghey ny Caisht ve, as mysh y cheyoo oor Bible

chiangle bound, girded: As hug eh er yn cooat, as chiangle eh yn cryss mysh Bible

chione y cheilley mixed: hug eh lesh mysh keead punt dy vyrrh as dy aloes kione y cheilley Bible

chymmylt around: as chymmylt mysh va voalley lajer ard PC; foreskin, prepuce: ren eh giarey chymmylt yn eill oc 'sy laa cheddin Bible

clagh wyllin (f.) millstone: As quoi-erbee ver oyr da unnane jeh'n vooinjer veggey shoh ta credjal aynym's dy huittym ( veih'n chredjue ) bare da clagh wyllin dy ve croghit mysh e wannal, as eh dy ve tilgit ayns y cheayn. Bible

cleigh (f.) pl. cleighee, cleiyee, cleighyn, cleiyn embankment, fence, hedge: Va fer-thie dy row ren garey-feeyney y hoiaghey, as ren eh cleigh y yannoo mysh, as chleiy eh press-feeyney ayn Bible; mound

cliwe aileagh fiery sword: eilley chreoi jeh adamant va mysh as cliwe aileagh bucklit gys e lhesh PC

colliaryn neck-chains, neck ornaments: ghow eh ny colliaryn aalin va mysh mwannallyn ny camellyn oc Bible

commyn institution, organisation, organization: T'eh ny red mie dy vel y Commyn son jannoo red ennagh mysh y chengey. Carn

coontaghyn accounts: My t'ou lhaih ny coontaghyn va screeut ec cragheyderyn Sostnagh mysh Nerin keeadyn dy vleeantyn er dy henney, hee oo ny reddyn cheddin Carn

Covargey Common Market: Oddagh oo gra nagh lhisagh shin ve boirit mysh Reiltys Hene Albinagh as y Covargey goll dy gheddyn rey rish steatyn ashoonagh. Carn

Cre cha mennick How often: Cre cha mennick, as cre whilleen nee craidey mysh! Apoc

crooaght creation: Mysh shiaghtin er dy henney ec Thie Chibbanagh, y Braaid, hie chaglym er cummal ry-hoi loayrt mychione crooaght startey noa son Oaseir Lhiasee. Dhoor

cruin near: ta ny oaiaghyn eck cruin mygeayrt-y-mysh Bible; masts; poles

cryss (f.) pl. cryssyn band, belt, girdle, inkle, sash, strap, zone: chiangle eh yn cryss mysh 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

cur jeh abort, deter, disrobe, postpone, postponement, shake off, undressing, waive, work off: Ny lhig dasyn ta cur mysh e êilley-chaggee boggyssagh, myr eshyn ta cur jeh eh. Bible

daah (=Ir. dath) pl. daaghyn colour, colouration, dye, hue, paint, pigment, scorch, singe, stain, suit, tincture: e chooat jeh caglaaghyn daah va mysh Bible

daaue See taaue :1-2 (nyn) leisured; idle: As mysh yn un oor jeig, hie eh magh, as hooar eh feallagh elley shassoo nyn daaue, as dooyrt eh roo, Cre'n-fa ta shiu nyn shassoo ayns shoh fey ny laa nyn daaue? Bible

dooghyssee natives: Va kuse jeh ny 'dooghyssee' eer jannoo craid mysh eabyn ny ynseydee! Carn

dooney (=Ir. dúnadh) barricade, block, button up, cadence, clench, close, closure, filling, imprisonment, lay siege, occlude, occlusion, secure, shut, shut down, stop up, swing: haink eh gy-kione mysh traa dooney ny giattey Bible; shutting; closing

dorraghys blackness, darkness, obscurity: Ta bodjallyn as dorraghys mygeayrt-y-mysh Bible

Ealish (f.) Alice: Boallagh Ealish goll lesh shilley er ny shenn-phaarantyn eck va beaghey mysh meeilley veih Balley Kew Aeg. CL

fassanagh (=Ir. faiseanta) fashionable: T'eh fassanagh dy yannoo craid nish mysh yn eab niartal va jeant ayns Nerin dy aa-vioghey yn chengey. Carn

fey yn laa liauyr all the day, all the day long: Ny lhig da dty chree troo mysh drogh-yantee: agh bee uss ayns aggle y Chiarn fey yn laa liauyr Bible

flaaoil 1 See flaoill articulate, circumfluent, eloquent, fluent, fluid a: Shegin daue goaill toshiaght ec mysh kiare ny shey jeig bleeaney d'eash dy beagh ad flaaoil ec hoght bleeaney jeig. Carn; 2 (of speech) flowing

foain green, sward, turf: Mysh jerrey fouyir my hug shiu tastey da biljyn ny keyllagh strippit jeh nyn mlaa, yn foain ta heese foue as mygeayrt-y-moo scart lesh y duilley chreen ta sheebit voue PC

fo-my-cheilley subverting: nagh streeu ad mysh focklyn nagh vel gys veg yn ymmyd, agh dy choyrt sleih fo-my-cheilley Bible; through others

fondid ableness, effectiveness, efficacy, efficiency, faculty, solidity, solvency, stability, sufficiency, validity: Agh t'ee breearrey goll er, as foast she yn ard-red echey jeeaghyn mysh ambee yn Ellan as cummal seose fondid. BS

fo neunhee below zero: V'eh feer feayr er yn oie, mysh jeih keim fo neunhee as cha row shamyr lhiabbagh ry-akin. GK

fouyir (gen.) autumnal, of autumn, of harvest: Mysh jerrey fouyir my hug shiu tastey da biljyn ny keyllagh strippit jeh nyn mlaa PC

Frastyl (f.) Ascension: Mysh irree ny greiney Jerdein Frastyl, ren Rigard le Mandeville as e vraaraghyn goaill cheer ec Runnysvie lesh deiney ooasle as spooilleyderyn elley Chron

gaddee poacher, purloiner, stealer: Haghyr shoh mysh jeih minnid lurg hoght syn 'astyr, as hie yn gaddee roish lesh argid veih'n tayrnag-argid. BS; (f.) lewd woman, wanton woman; strumpet

Giat Keppel Keppel Gate: Haghyr shen ec Giat Keppel mysh feed minnid gys kiare fastyr jea - haink eh er dooinney va cur shilley er yn Ellan. BS

goll hoshiaght go before: Ta ny scollagyn tuittym magh mysh quoi jeu shegin goll hoshiaght. JJK

gollriu-hene like you: Mysh shiaght er y chlag hie Wil huggey, as dooyrt Wil, "John Jones, cha nel shiu jeeaghyn gollriu-hene jiu, vel pian 'sy chione eu? Coraa

guilley drid bellboy, boots, buttons, errand boy, fag, flunkey, footman, message boy: Ren lught-reill Hostyn coayl impiraght vooar as ta ram Sostnee as guillyn-drid Celtiagh foast dobberan mysh shen Carn

gys ny cassyn full-length: As ayns mean ny shiaght cainleyryn, fer goll-rish yn Mac dooinney, coamrit lesh garmad sheese gys ny cassyn, as kianlt mysh e chleeau lesh cryss dy airh. Bible

harrish kiongoyrt rish over against: Mysh da-eed thousane aarloo dy ghoaill magher hie harrish kiongoyrt rish y Chiarn gys caggey Bible

Hewnish Hebrew: Agh vel ny scoillaryn Hewnish gra yn un red mysh Hewnish ta er ve aa-vioghit? Carn

imbyl brew: honnick y noid cho leah as chie eh mysh yn doo traitoorys v'eh dy imbyl nish PC; brewing

jannoo faghid scorning: V'ad jannoo faghid jeh'n chengey ayns ny schoillyn, liorish croghey braag-vaidjagh mygeayrt mwannal jeh paitchey erbee va loayrt assjee, as craidjey mysh adsyn va ceau Carn

Jerdein Frastyl Ascension Day: Mysh irree ny greiney Jerdein Frastyl, ren Rigard le Mandeville as e vraaraghyn goaill cheer ec Runnysvie lesh deiney ooasle as spooilleyderyn elley as lhuingys-chaggee mooar voish Nerin. Chron

jurnah journey, journeying: ta reeriaght niau myr dooinney va mysh goaill jurnah gys cheer foddey Bible

jystyn dishes: Mysh tree cluig lurg munlaa, ta shen dy ghra, lieh oor lurg 'nane er y chlag, ghow mee yn ushtey va ny jystyn er ve strullit ayn as cheau mee eh harrish cheu ny lhuingey JC

keeir (f.) blackish, cud, dark, darkish, darkly dull, dull grey, dusky, sable: Va'n shenn ghooinney mysh queig trieyn as reaish er yrjid as v'eh ceau bayrn keeir, cooat feer liauyr as troosyn gorrym lhean. MB

Keppel Champion's Mountain: Haghyr shen ec Giat Keppel mysh feed minnid gys kiare fastyr jea - haink eh er dooinney va cur shilley er yn Ellan. BS; Kappi's Mountain

keyllagh (f.) (n.) dryad, wood nymph; of the wood: Mysh jerrey fouyir my hug shiu tastey da biljyn ny keyllagh strippit jeh nyn mlaa PC

kianlt er bound upon: As va coamrey Yoab v'eh er choyrt mysh cryssit er, as er e chryss va cliwe ayns fine kianlt er e veeghyn, as myr v'eh goll huitt y cliwe ass. Bible; fastened upon; imposed

kiarkyl (=Ir. cearcal) (pl -yn) pl. kiarkil circle, coterie, O, rim, ring: as ayns tostid oie chiune, lhunn ad queig baatyn veih traie mysh kerroo meeilley veih Ellan Cholumb Killey, as cheau ad kiarkyl mygeayrt yn ellan. Chron; circuit

kiarkyllyn circles: Va'n daa ghuilley shoh ny neesht ceau coamraghyn sheeidey slane dhoo as kiarkyllyn airh mysh yn kione oc dy chummal dy jesh y folt. GB

kione y cheilley 1 mixed together, through others, together: hug eh lesh mysh keead punt dy vyrrh as dy aloes kione y cheilley.; 2 wits end a: Dooinney ta ec kione y cheilley cha nel eh ec kione y credjue. EF

laue-screeuyn manuscript, MS, script: Ta'n sambyl shynney jeh yn teks ayns laue-screeuyn "Peniarth 16" hie er screeu mysh y vlein 1250. GB

leaght (=Ir. léacht) lecture: Hie mee gys leaght mysh y Coardail Anglo-Yernagh va currit ec leaghteyr veih'n Rheynn jeh Politickaght syn ollooscoill Carn

lhiass-stiureyder Deputy director, vice-principal: Hie mee gys leaght mysh y Coardail Anglo-Yernagh va currit ec leaghteyr veih'n Rheynn jeh Politickaght syn ollooscoill (y lhiass-stiureyder jeh'n Chommyn, my ta). Carn

lhie mygeayrt lie about: lesh y ghleeb va lhie mygeayrt-y-mysh. Bible

lhie ny greïney sunset: As mysh lhie ny greïney huitt cadley trome er Abram Bible

lhiettalagh cloggy, counteracting, counteractive, deterrent, discouraging, filibuster, handicapper, hinderer, inhibiter, inhibiting, interceptor, obstructive, obstructor, preventive, restricting, restrictive, suspensory, veto: T'eh er ve inshit da'n Choonseil Slattyssagh dy vel mysh daa veeilley dy lieh 'foiljyn lhiettalagh' ec Thie-Lheihys Noa Noble. BS

lhong (=Ir. long) (f.) pl. lhongyn even keel, ship, vessel: va ny marrinnee mysh cosney ass y lhong Bible [O.Ir. long]

locustyn locusts: As va Ean coamrit lesh garmad jeh fynney chamel, as lesh cryss liare mysh e veeghyn: as v'eh beaghey er locustyn as mill feie Bible

lurg shoh hereafter: Tammylt lurg shoh, hooar mish magh dy re boghtynid y skeeal mysh Conradh na Gaeilge. Carn; after this

mean-eashagh mediaeval: Ta shenndaalee, Spencer Smith, veih Wrecsam, credjal dy noddagh cashtal mean-eashagh ayns jiass yn Ellan ve kianlt lesh cashtal Bretnagh as Ree Norlann mysh y toshiaght jeh'n chied eash jeig. BS

meeilaghyn miles: Lurg da roshtyn yn thie, honnick eh carrey elley ass Kilpheddyr, mysh shey meeilaghyn my yiass roish Sheadjagh. GB

merriuid blankness, deadness, loss of feeling, stagnancy: cha ren eh soiaghey jeh [annooinid] e chorp hene nish gyn mioyr, tra v'eh mysh keead bleïn dy eash, ny foast jeh merriuid brein Sara. Bible

moghrey laa ny vairagh next morning: Moghrey laa ny vairagh erreish dooin faagail Batavia, beggan ny lurg yn hoghtoo oor, honnick mee guilley mysh yn eash shen cheet veih cheu elley ny lhong JC

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

mwyllar miller, mill owner: Ta mee er chlashtyn deiney ginsh Mygeayrt y mysh y chiollagh Jeh ben va goll, ny ferish nish Shenn Nan y mwyllar vollagh. Dhoor

Nalbin Noa (f.) Nova Scotia: t'eh aashagh dy ghra dy re Bretin, Yn Vritaan, Yn Chorn, Mannin, Nerin as Nalbin çheeraghyn Cheltiagh agh cre mysh Patagonia as Nalbin Noa? Dhoor

neuhastagh indiscreet: V'eh geearree goaill baght jeh'n cheer, agh tra hie eh dy neuhastagh red beg veih ny lhongyn, dy doaltattym haink ny Yernee mygeayrt y mysh as v'eh marrooit marish y chooid smoo jeh'n cheshaght echey. Chron; incautious

nieuagh poisonous, venomous: As cha nel shin er ngeddyn rey rish ny fallsoonyssyn nieuagh shen hie er croo mysh shey feed blein er dy henney Carn

Oltey jeh'n Choonceil Slattyssagh Member of the Legislative Council: Eddie Lowey, oltey jeh'n Choonceil Slattyssagh, t'eh gra dy vel eh jeant booiagh dy chlashtyn dy bee ad jeeaghyn mysh droghad ny maynee ny share. BS

orraghey sidey arrow shot, bow shot: As hiee as hoie ee sheese jeeragh er, thammylt mie veih, mysh orraghey sidey Bible

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

partee party: cha nel eh son loayrt cre va ny laboree smooinaghtyn mysh y PNB (Partee Ashoonagh Britaanagh) Carn

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