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nearey (f.) abashment, confusedness, disgrace, embarrassment, ignominy, mortification, opprobrium, self-consciousness, shame, shamefulness: as chur eh chaghteryn ny whail oc, son va lane nearey er ny deiney Bible


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Er nearey (intj) For shame

fo nearey disgraced, mortified: Ta ny deiney creeney oc fo nearey Bible

gyn nearey abashless, bare-faced, shameless, unabashed, unbashful, unblushing, barefaced: Dinsh eh braag gyn nearey. DF

My nearey (intj) Alas, For shame

my nearey my shame: T'ou uss er hoiggal m'oghsan, my nearey, as my vee-onnor: ta my noidyn ooilley ayns dty hilley. Bible

nearey er 1 mortified; 2 ashamed a: cha row nearey er jeh my gheuley. Bible

cur nearey er 1 cheap morally, dishonour; 2 shame, abash, embarrass a: Er aght ennagh va taishbynys yindyssagh ny Britaanee cur nearey er Celtiee elley. Carn

mortified (adj.) fo nearey, marroo, molkit; nearey er: I was mortified - Va nearey orrym. DF idiom

For shame (intj) My nearey; Er nearey

shame (v.) cur nearey er; naaraghey; nearaghey; (n.) nearey: He is lost to all sense of shame - Cha nel keeall erbee da nearey echey. DF idiom

abashless (adj.) gyn nearey

abashment (n.) nearey

disgraced (adj.) fo nearey

embarrassment (n.) boirey, nearey

ignominy (n.) nearey, scammylt

mortification (n.) nearey

my shame my nearey

opprobrium (n.) nearey

self-consciousness (n.) nearey

shamefulness (n.) nearey

shameless (adj.) gyn nearey; meenearagh

unbashful gyn nearey

unblushing (adj.) gyn nearey, meenearagh

mraane-mooinjerey kinswomen: Cha jean oo roostey nearey ben as e inneen, chamoo ghoys oo inneen e mac, ny inneen e inneen, dy roostey yn nearey eck: son ad ny mraane-mooinjerey faggys eck: she croiaght eh. Bible

abash (v.) nearaghey, cur nearey er

ashamed (adj.) naaragh, nearagh; naarit; nearey er: You make me feel ashamed - T'ou cur nearey orrym. DF idiom; nearildagh: He is unable to work and ashamed to beg - Cha nod eh gobbragh as t'eh nearildagh jeirk y hirrey. DF idiom; neareydagh: You ought to be ashamed of yourself - By chair dhyt ve neareydagh jeed hene. DF idiom

barefaced (adj.) gyn faasaag; gyn nearey

bare-faced gyn faasaag, gyn nearey

cheap morally cur nearey er

confusedness (n.) mertraght, mundaght, nearey, neuvaghtallys

dishonour (v.) cur meeonnor er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur meeonnor er y vooinjer. DF idiom; cur nearey er: To bring dishonour on the family - Dy chur nearey er y lught-thie. DF idiom; (n.) jeh-voylley, meeonnor, meeonnoragh, mee-ooashley, meewooie, neuonnor

unabashed (adj.) gyn lhaggaghey; gyn nearey

Alas (intj) Ugh cha nee; Aless; S'merg; My nearey; Atreih; My chragh; Ah treih

disgrace (n.) anghoo, nearey, oltooan; (v.) cur anghoo er, nearaghey, oltooaney

embarrass (v.) boirey er, cur nearey er; cur fud y cheilley

row (=Ir. raibh) (interrog.) was: Row nearey orroo tra v'ad er n'yannoo yn peccah dwoaiagh? Bible

but she agh ish: but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness in his bones - agh ish ta tayrn nearey er, tee myr loauid ayns e chraueyn Bible

dwelling (n.) chagh, thie baghee, ynnyd-cummal, thie mooar; cummal: He's ashamed of his wretched dwelling - T'eh goaill nearey jeh e chummal treih. JJK idiom

apyrnyn aprons: apyrnyn thanney fiosagh jeant jeh duilley ren ad dy reayll nyn nearey veih dagh shilley. PC

charrey1 (=Ir. teara or teora) COMPARE jeorey boundary; change: As ta sorch dy charrey ayns chyndaays gys noidys as streeu, as nee soilshaghey dty nearey. Apoc; (wet to dry) dry weather

choodee covered: hie ad gour nyn drommey, as choodee ad nearey nyn ayrey Bible

coarys See corys system: Oddagh y reiltys er ngoll er castey lesh nearey, erreish da oltey lurg oltey v'er deyrey ny caghlaaghyn treealtyssit ayns coarys ny kiedyn-obbyr. BS

cordail rish according to; endorse: Cordail rish my yerkal jeean, as my hreishteil nagh bee nearey orrym ayns nhee erbee Bible

cosne-yms I will get: cosne-yms daue moylley as goo mie, ayns dy chooilley, heer, raad v'ad er nyn goyrt gys nearey. Bible

Creestee1 (=Ir. cristen and S.G. criostiughe) pl. Creesteenyn Christian: Ny-yeih my ta dooinney erbee surranse myr Creestee, ny lhig da nearey ve er Bible

Creestee2 1 godly a: y laa cheddin haink three thousaneyn dy leih stiagh gys y chredjue Creestee.; 2 Christian: Ny-yeih my ta dooinney erbee surranse myr Creestee, ny lhig da nearey ve er

drogh aigney (f.) bad faith, evil will, grudge, ill will, malice, malignity: Lhig dauesyn ver nyn goyrt gys nearey as er nyn gastey: whilleen as tayns drogh-aigney gys Sion. Bible

eddinyn faces: va nyn eddinyn chyndait, as cha vaik ad yn nearey echey Bible

eiystyr (=Ir. adhastar) halter, horse collar, lunge, tether, tie for animal: ''Ghonnag," y veeataig dyn nearey myr t'ou, gow stiagh dys dty eiystyr, as gow fea. Coraa

feeaghyn amortization, arrears, commitment, debt, debts, dues, duty, expenses: Veagh nearey cheet er kyndagh rish yn stholk- accrys, as veagh eh geeck ny feeaghyn. Carn

fiosagh delicate, tender, undeveloped: Eisht v'adsyn nearagh roish nyn oltyn hene, nish jeeaghyn eajee agh roish peccah glen; apyrnyn thanney fiosagh jeant jeh duilley ren ad dy reayll nyn nearey veih dagh shilley. PC; (child) underdeveloped; (of persons) undersized

foast ayn persist: T'ee-ish t'er n'ymmyrkey shiaght dy chloan raad y vaaish; t'ee er phaartail; ta'n ghrian er n'gholl sheese urree choud as va'n laa foast ayn; v'ee coodit lesh nearey as atchim Bible

freaynagh billowy, foaming, overflowing, raging, roaring, surging, turbulent: Tonnyn freaynagh yn aarkey, keshal magh yn nearey oc hene Bible

jarrood forget, forgetfulness, leave out, oblivion, overlook, reverie, unlearn: nee oo jarrood nearey dty aegid Bible

lieckanyn cheeks: Heb mee my ghreeym dauesyn ren m'y woalley, as my lieckanyn dauesyn va raipey jee'm yn aasaag; cha dollee mee my eddin veih nearey as shellaghyn. Bible

mâroosyn with them: foast tad er nymmyrkey nyn nearey, mâroosyn ta goll sheese gys yn oaie Bible

neesht2 (ny) both: As vad ny neesht rooisht yn dooinney as e ven: as cha row oyr nearey orroo. Bible

raghtagh orgasmic, refractory; strong-willed: Ta coyrle vie yn dooinney raghtagh ny share na brynneraght y ven oalsey, ben, er lhiam, ta cur lh'ee nearey as oltooan. Apoc

rooishtid bareness, nakedness, nudism, nudity: Nearey ben dty ayrey cha jean oo roostey: te rooishtid dt' ayrey Bible

scammyltagh disreputable, ignominious, infamous, reproachful, scandalous, shocking: t'eh ny vac gyn-nearey as scammyltagh Bible

shelg lurg seek after: Bee ad er nyn gastey, as er nyn goyrt gys nearey, ta shelg lurg m'annym Bible

tuittym mastey fall among: cha row veg y nearey orroo, chamoo ren ad jiargaghey; shen-y-fa nee ad tuittym mastey ad shen huittys Bible

ought (v.) lhis; lhiasagh; lhisagh: He ought to have been ashamed of himself - Lhisagh eh er n'ghoaill nearey jeh hene. JJK idiom; s'cair da: You ought to return him his present - S'cair diu cur er-ash da e hoyrtys. JJK idiom

seek after (v.) geiyr er; geiyrt da: and have such pleasure in vanity, and seek after lying - as goaill lheid y taitnys ayns coyrleyn fardalagh as geiyrt da breagyn Bible; (impv) eiyr- jee er: neither seek after wizards, to be defiled by them - chamoo eiyr-jee er fir-obbee, dy ve cleaynit lioroo Bible; shirrey lurg: to see if there were any that would understand, and seek after God - dy akin row veg jeu yinnagh toiggal, as shirrey lurg Jee Bible; shelg lurg: Let them be confounded, and put to shame, that seek after my soul - Bee ad er nyn gastey, as er nyn goyrt gys nearey, ta shelg lurg mannym Bible; jeeaghyn son: and the Greeks seek after wisdom - as ny Greekyn jeeaghyn son creenaght

trespasses (npl.) loghtyn: After that they have borne their shame, and all their trespasses - Erreish daue ver nymmyrkey nyn nearey as ooilley nyn loghtyn Bible; beccaghyn: we are before thee in our trespasses - ta shin kiongoyrt rhyt ayns nyn beccaghyn Bible

were v': So after he had washed their feet - Myr shen erreish da v' er niee ny cassyn oc Bible; va: Thus the heavens and the earth were finished - Myr shoh va ny niaughyn as y thalloo er nyn groo Bible; (interrog.) row: Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? - Row nearey orroo tra vad er nyannoo yn peccah dwoaiagh? Bible

drogh-choardail conspire: Boirey shee deiney mie, jarrood thurnyn dooie, tayrn anmeenyn fo peccah, caghlaa dooghys, drogh-choardail 'sy stayd-phoosee, brishey-poosey, as neu- ghlennid gyn-nearey. Apoc

rouanagh immoral, wanton: uss ven rouanagh as almoragh Bible; lewd: gys inneenyn ny Philistinee, ta goaill nearey jeh dty aghtyn rouanagh Bible; profligate, uproarious; riotous: ayns shen hug eh jummal er e chooid liorish baghey rouanagh Bible; incontinent: Fegooish graih dooghyssagh, brishey conaantyn, casseyderyn foalsey, rouanagh, dewil, dwoaiagh er deiney mie Bible; frolicsome; play: as dirree ad seose dy ve rouanagh Bible; rioter

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