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cha nel See cha vel am not, are not, is not, isn't: Cha nel shin lowit creck y pabyr ain. Carn

Cha nel fys aym I know not: Va lurgey caillt ec y chiaullteyr shoh; cha nel fys aym row eh caillt sy chaggey ny kyndagh rish drogh-haghyrt ennagh, agh aghterbee va lurgey fuygh echey. CJ

cha nel oayllagh rish unfamiliar

cha nel bun ny baare er (as plan) wrong

cheet er allude, allusion, appear, befall, encounter, infer, insinuate, locate, refer: Agh cha nel shoh kiart tra t'ou cheet er y Chommyn jeh Studeyrys Yernagh ayns Ollooscoill Lerpoyll, cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil firynsee noa. Carn; mean

am not1 cha nel: I am not satisfied - Cha nel mee jeant magh. JJK idiom; cha vel

are not1 cha nel, cha vel: These boys are not idle - Cha nel ny guillyn shoh liastey. JJK idiom

is not cha nel, cha vel: He is not down yet - Cha nel eh neose foast. DF idiom; (interrog.) nagh vel: Is not consistency a good thing? - Nagh vel cohassooaght (ny) red mooar? JJK idiom

Britaanish (f.) (language) Breton: Cha nel Yernish ny Gailck er y list, as cha nel mee fakin Bretnish, Gailck Albinagh, Cornish ny Britaanish noadyr. Carn

jummalys extravagance, extravagant, improvidence, improvident, lavishing, prodigal, prodigality, spendthrift, squanderer, squandering, thriftless, wastage, waste, wasteful, wastefulness, waster, wasting, wastrel: Cha nel ad agh loayrt mychione jummalys injilagh as mean-injilagh, cha nel ad gra veg mychione ard-gaueagh. Carn

niaul cloud [O.Ir. nél]

doubt (n.) dooyt: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; ourys; imnea; (v.) dooyteil: I don't doubt but that you been the most honoured - Cha nel mee dooyteil agh dy vel shiuish as ny smoo dy onnor er ve currit diu. JJK idiom

yet (adv.) foast: This child hasn't been baptised yet - Cha nel y lhiannoo shoh er ve bashtit foast. JJK idiom; foastagh; ny-yeih: Yet I don't think I'm the first who has observed it - Ny yeih cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy vel mish yn chied phersoon t'er n'ghoaill tastey jeh. JJK idiom; agh: I was yet a child - Cha row mee agh paitchey. JJK idiom

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

unfamiliar (adj.) cha nel oayllagh rish, joarree, neuainjyssagh rish

wrong2 (as plan) cha nel bun ny baare er

fo-chooish (f.) by-motive: Cha nel shen agh fo-chooish. DF

jonnick (as behaviour) correct; fair: Cha nel shen jonnick. DF

I know not Cha saym; Cha nel fys aym

torn raipit: It isn't torn - Cha nel eh raipit. JJK idiom

apyrn (pl -yn) apron: Cha nel apyrn erbee er ve aym. JJK

aynshoh here: Vel ad yeedyn blass Vannin choud's t'ad aynshoh? Cha nel. Carn

butt 1 heap, mark; 2 little crowd; 3 stamina, strength a: Cha nel monney butt aynjee. DF

clouag (f.) stamp: Cha nel clouag dy liooar er y screeuyn shoh. DF

cooyrtoilid courtesy, politeness: Cha nel cooyrtoilid yn chooid share jeh. DF

cummaghyn shapes; inventions; plans: Cha nel eh freggyrt rish ny cummaghyn ain. DF

derrey share (yn) second best: Cha nel eh agh yn derrey share. DF

er y traa prompt: Cha nel my ooreyder er y traa. DF

femeyn needs: Cha nel eh cooilleeney femeyn y laa jiu, t'eh gra. BS

leaghar costly, precious, valuable: Cha nel eh toiggal cha leaghar's ta'n traa. DF

lhoirran family: Cha nel lhiannoo ny lhoirran echey. DF

Loayr royd (intj) Speak on: Loayr royd, cha nel mee geaishtagh. DF

myn-chooish trifling matter: Cha nel shen agh myn-chooish. DF

ping ruy (f.) penny piece, sou, stiver: Cha nel ping ruy echey. DF

rang pl. rangyn class, classification: Cha nel ee 'sy rang shen. DF

reillyn orders, protocols: Cha nel ad rere nyn reillyn. DF; rules

schoillaryn scholars: Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh JJK

speyr (f.) climate: Cha nel y speyr coardail rhym. DF; sky; welkin

staartey bog child's play: Cha nel shen agh staartey bog. DF

tasht-fockle vocabulary: Cha nel agh tasht-fockle beg echey. DF

traght commerce, trade: Cha nel monney traght oc. DF; (of shop) custom

ushylagh cadre; skeleton, very thin person: Cha nel eh agh ushylagh. DF

answered ansoorit; dansoor: The man I wrote to hasn't yet answered me - Yn dooinney huggeysyn screeu mee, cha nel eh foast er n'ansoor mee. JJK idiom; dreggyr; freggyrit

appetite (n.) jollys, mian; mian-bee: He has lost his appetite - T'eh er choayl y mian-bee echey. DF idiom; gailley: I haven't much appetite - Cha nel monney gailley aym. DF idiom

approve (v.) coontey mie jeh: I approve of it - Ta mee coontey mie jeh. DF idiom; lowal rish: I do not approve of that young man - Cha nel mee lowal rish y fer aeg shen. DF idiom

apron1 (n.) apyrn: I haven't had an apron - Cha nel apyrn erbee er ve aym. JJK idiom; arpin, apron; brat; laplin

armchair (n.) caair vooar; stoyl drommey: You haven't an armchair - Cha nel stoyl-drommey mooar eu. JJK idiom

article1 (n.) olt; red: This article is not moving - Cha nel y red shoh goll er creck. DF idiom

attentive (adj.) arreydagh: Your scholars are not attentive - Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh. JJK idiom; foayroil; currymagh; eaishtagh; frioosagh: He was very attentive to her - V'eh feer frioosagh j'ee. DF idiom; geilloil

bellows (npl.) builg-heidee: We have no bellows in our house - Cha nel builg-heidee erbee 'sy thie ain. JJK idiom

blame (n.) comys, foill; (v.) feddyn foill ayn, foiljaghey, geddyn foill ayn; cur foill er: I don't blame him for it - Cha nel mee cur y foill er. DF idiom

bother boirey: He does not bother about anything - Cha nel eh boirey e chione mychione red erbee. DF idiom; boiraghey er; boirey er; fillosher; killjeh

bothered boirit: I am not bothered - Cha nel mee boirit. DF idiom; fo boirey

brave braew; dunnal: Thou hast not been brave - Cha nel oo er ve dunnal. JJK idiom; dunnalagh; rootagh; trean

breath (n.) ennal: There's not a breath of air - Cha nel ennal aer ayn. JJK idiom; ennalagh; soar

Charles (n.) Chalse: I've invited my friend, Henry, but not Charles - Ta mee er chuirrey my charrey, Inry, agh cha nel Chalse. JJK idiom

chin (n.) smeg, smeggin; smeggyl: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. JJK idiom

clearance1 (n.) chiarrey, glenney, shiaulley; scoip: There is not enough clearance under the bridge - Cha nel scoip dy liooar dy gholl fo'n droghad. DF idiom

climate (n.) speyr: The climate disagrees with me - Cha nel y speyr coardail rhym. DF idiom; emshyraght

clothes (npl.) coamrey; eaddeeyn: They haven't changed their clothes, have they? - Cha nel ad er chaghlaa nyn eaddeeyn, vel? JJK idiom; eaddagh

come up (v.) cheet neese: Come up from down there! - Ta neese veih shen! DF idiom; goaill toshiaght; shassoo lesh: He doesn't come up to me - Cha nel eh shassoo lhiams. DF idiom

committed er n'yannoo: He has not only stolen, but he has committed a murder - Cha nel eh ynrican er n'gheid, agh t'eh myrgeddin er n'yannoo dunverys. JJK idiom

common1 caitnys; grenney; theayagh; cadjin: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom

common sense (n.) creeney; keeal cadjin: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom; keeayl vayrey

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

confidence (n.) barrantys, creeaght, daanys, roon, treisht; barrant: I haven't much confidence in him - Cha nel monney barrant aym er. DF idiom; folliaght: He made a confidence to me - Dinsh eh folliaght dou. DF idiom

confusion (n.) boirey, branlaadee, bun ry baare, corvaal, fud y cheilley, mestid, shaghrynys, tharmane; rouailley: It is unspeakable confusion! - Yn rouailley, cha nel insh er! DF idiom

cream1 bane-ouyr, bane-wuigh; barrag; key: You haven't cream enough - Cha nel key dy-liooar eu. JJK idiom; eaghtyr y vainney; chiulagh; (v.) cur barrag er, goaill yn key jeh, jannoo key

crimes (npl.) loghtyn: No one has committed greater crimes than he - Cha nel fer erbee er n'yannoo loghtyn ny smoo na eshyn. JJK idiom

cupboard (n.) cubbyrt: They have no cupboard - Cha nel cubbyrt oc. JJK idiom; culleig, cuilleig hashtee

dear deyr: That's not dear as things go - Cha nel shen deyr son y leagh t'er reddyn nish. DF idiom; prisoil; ennoil; graih, graihagh; meen: Dear friend - Charrey veen. DF idiom; (voc.) veen; tarrish

deny (v.) jiooldey, staayney, obb; obbal: I don't deny that that has been said - Cha nel mee g'obbal nagh row shen er ve grait. JJK idiom

department (n.) rheynn: He doesn't work in this department - Cha nel eh gobbragh 'sy rheynn shoh. DF idiom

deserve (v.) toilchin, toilchyn, toill; toilliu: You don't deserve to be praised - Cha nel shiu toilliu dy ve moyllit. JJK idiom

easier (adj.) assey: It's far easier here - T'eh foddey s'assey ayns shoh. DF idiom; sassey: Nothing's easier than that - Cha nel veg ny sassey na shen. JJK idiom; (ny) s'assey

education (n.) edjaghys: Classical education - Edjaghys classicagh. DF idiom; ynsagh: He hasn't much education - Cha nel monney ynsagh echey. DF idiom

enough dy liooar: It isn't black enough - Cha nel eh doo dy-liooar. JJK idiom; s'liooar

escapes scaap-ys; scaapail: He sees everything, nothing escapes him - T'eh fakin dy-chooilley red, cha nel veg scapail eh. JJK idiom

faking (v.) myr yein: He is only faking - Cha nel eh agh myr-yein. DF idiom

fathom (n.) feiy: There are only three fathoms here at low water - Cha nel agh tree feiy er diuinid ayns shoh ec y vooir-hraie. DF idiom; (v.) suntal, sunteil

flow1 lhieeney; roie: It doesn't flow well - Cha nel eh roie dy-mie. JJK idiom; sheeley; taaley; thooilley

for my part er my hons: For my part, I don't think he'll succeed, in spite of all his endeavours - Er my hons, cha nel mee credjal dy jig reddyn lesh, dyn wooise da ooilley e eabyn. JJK idiom

gathers (npl.) fillaghyn; (v.) chaglym: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom

generous (adj.) feoilt: Thou hast not been generous - Cha nel oo er ve feoilt. JJK idiom; feoiltagh

governor (n.) fer-reill, kiannoort, reilleyder: No, but I have seen her sister, she is the wife of the Governor of Mann - Cha nel, agh ta mee er n'akin e shuyr, t'ee ben Kianoort Vannin. JJK idiom

history (n.) shennaghys: I am not finished with history - Cha nel mee er chur jerrey er shennaghys. JJK idiom; skeeal; skeealaght; skeealeydys

hurting (v.) gortaghey; gortey: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

I (pron) mee: Am I not at home? - Nagh vel mee ec y thie? JJK idiom; (emph.) mish: I'm not as learned as he - Cha nel mish cha ynsit as eshyn. JJK idiom

idea1 (n.) eie: I haven't the foggiest idea - Cha nel eie erbee aym er. DF idiom; êie

imagine (v.) sheiltyn, shein; smooinys; smooinaghtyn: The Manx language is not so easy to learn as some people imagine - Cha nel y Ghaelg cha aashagh dy ynsagh myr ta sleih ennagh smooinaghtyn. JJK idiom; smooinee

in2 (existence) ayn: There is neither rhyme nor reason in it - Cha nel rick ny resoon ayn. DF idiom

inkstand (n.) dooagan: There's but one inkstand on the table - Cha nel agh un dooagan er y voayrd.

innocent gyn loght; mecaintagh; neuchyndagh; neufoiljagh; neuloghtagh; oney: I do not think that they were innocent - Cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy row ad oney. JJK idiom

invited cuirrit: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; chuir; cuirrey: I've invited my friends - Ta mee er chuirrey my chaarjyn. JJK idiom

isn't cha nel; (interrog.) nagh vel; (emph., interrog.) nagh nee: Isn't it cold? - Nagh nee feayr eh! DF idiom

joking spotchagh; spotcheraght: You are joking - Ta shiu spotcheraght JJK idiom; (v.) spotchal: You're only joking - Cha nel oo agh spotchal Bunnydys; springeragh

knife seiy; skynn: He has had no knife - Cha nel skynn erbee er ve echey. JJK idiom; skynney

lather (n.) barrag; kesh, kesh heeabin; (v.) keshal, sheeabinaghey; cur barrag er: You haven't lathered my chin enough - Cha nel shiu er chur barrag dy-liooar er my smeggyl. JJK idiom

lawyers (npl.) leighderyn: I have nothing against lawyers as such - Cha nel veg aym noi leighderyn myr t'ad. DF idiom; turneyryn: Lawyers grow fat on the pennies of fools - Ta turneyryn gaase roauyr er pingyn yn ommidan. DF idiom

learned ynsit: I'm not as learned as he - Cha nel mish cha ynsit as eshyn. JJK idiom; dynsee: He learned to read - Dynsee eh dy lhaih. DF idiom

lift ardjaghey, buinn, geid, troggal; ardjee: The tide will lift the boat - Ardjee yn tidey y baatey. DF idiom; (impv) irree, trog; (n.) cummaght ardjee, markiaght, troggeyder; ardjeyder: The lift is stuck - Cha nel yn ardjeyder gobbragh. DF idiom

listening eaishtaght; (v.) geaishtagh: Talk away, I'm not listening - Loayr royd, cha nel mee geaishtagh. DF idiom

Manx1 (n.) Gaelg, Gailck: I don't speak much Manx - Cha nel mee taggloo monney Gaelg. JJK idiom; (n.) Manninish; (Yn) Ghaelg; (n., adj.) Manninagh: Yes, I read it in a Manx newspaper - Ren, lhaih mee eh ayns pabyr Manninagh. JJK idiom; (adj.) Gaelgagh

mentioning (v.) imraa: It's not worth mentioning - Cha nel eh feeu gimraa. DF idiom

middling castreycair: She is only middling - Cha nel eh agh castrey-cair. JJK idiom; cossyllagh; lane vie

morsel (n.) greim: There's not a morsel of bread in the house - Cha nel greim d'arran 'sy thie. DF idiom; kyneen; sleig

moss (n.) bolgagh; keynnagh: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom

murder (n.) dunverys: He has not only stolen, but he has committed a murder - Cha nel eh ynrican er n'gheid, agh t'eh myrgeddin er n'yannoo dunverys. JJK idiom; milley, foall, marroo; murder; (v.) jannoo dunverys

native (n., adj.) cheeragh, dooghyssagh; dooiagh; dooie: One never forgets his native country - Cha nel fer dy-bragh jarrood cheer e ghooie. JJK idiom; (n.) fer dooie

not (adv.) cha: I am not at home - Cha nel mee ec y thie. JJK idiom; nagh: Was I not ready to do it? - Nagh row mee aarloo dy yannoo eh? JJK idiom; ny

observed cooilleeinit; cronnit; fakinit; tastit: Yet I don't think I'm the first who has observed it - Ny yeih cha nel mee smooinaghtyn dy vel mish yn chied phersoon t'er n'ghoaill tastey jeh. JJK idiom

off her j'ee: I've gone off her a bit - Cha nel mee coontey wheesh j'ee nish. DF idiom

Oh (intj) O; Oh: Oh, not at all, sir - Oh, cha nel, vainstyr. JJK idiom; Ah; Aw; Ugh

only (adj., adv.) ynrican: You will be the only ones there - Bee shiu ny feallagh ynrican aynshen. JJK idiom; unrick, ynrycan, ynrickan; agh: I have only two - Cha nel agh jees aym. JJK idiom

other one (the ); (yn) jeh elley; fer elley: It doesn't match the other one - Cha nel eh cheet jesh da'n fer elley. DF idiom

others (pron) feallagh elley; reddyn elley; sleih elley: She's always speaking about herself and never about others - T'ee loayrt dy- kinjagh mychione ee-hene as cha nel dy-bragh mychione sleih elley. JJK idiom

outside1 cheumooie: This church isn't very striking outside - Cha nel y cheeill shoh feer yindyssagh cheumooie. JJK idiom

particular mynchooishagh; mynphoynt; unnaneagh; ynrican; neuchadjin; erlheh, er-lheh: Really, I have no particular choice - Dy-feer, cha nel reih er-lheh aym. JJK idiom; feer

plans (npl.) plannyn; cummaghyn: It doesn't fit in with our plans - Cha nel eh freggyrt rish ny cummaghyn ain. DF idiom

poked broddit: You haven't poked the fire - Cha nel shiu er vroddey yn aile. JJK idiom

pork (n.) feill vuc: The pork is underdone - Cha nel yn feill-vuc jeant dy-liooar. JJK idiom

princess (n.) ben-phrinse: The princess you admire so much isn't beloved by everybody - Yn ven-phrinse t'ou cur wheesh dy yindys urree cha nel ee ennoil ec ooilley (yn sleih). JJK idiom; princess; ben-phrince

punch broddag; builley; bwoalley; cur builley da; puinsh; thiolley; towlley; towlleyder; bree: There's not much punch in it - Cha nel monney bree ayn. DF idiom; punch: Mix a glass of punch - Glenney phunsh y yannoo. DF idiom

quite (adv.) dy bollagh; dy slane; ooilley-cooidjagh: It's not quite out - Cha nel eh dy-slane mooie. JJK idiom

reading lhaih: I haven't got it; I read it, and after reading it, I placed it on your desk - Cha nel aym eh; lhaih mee eh, as lurg lhaih eh, hug mee er nyn grannag eh. JJK idiom

receive (v.) cur failt er, oltaghey, goaill rish, jannoo soiagh jeh, goaill stiagh; goaill; geddyn: You don't receive the newspapers regularly, do you? - Cha nel shiu geddyn ny pabyryn-naight dy-rea, vel (shiu) ? JJK idiom

regard scansh: That's not of much regard - Cha nel shen jeh monney scansh. DF idiom; jannoo soiagh jeh, jannoo frioose

rolling (v.) queeylley; rolley: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom; rowlal

rose rosag; rose: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; rose-uinnag; ruissag; sock; (v.) dirree: He rose from the dead - Dirree eh veih ny merriu. DF idiom

ruins (npl.) tholtanyn: There is nothing left but ruins - Cha nel veg faagit agh tholtanyn. DF idiom; toltanyn

said dooyrt: He said it between his teeth - Dooyrt eh trooid ny feeacklyn echey. DF idiom; grait: I don't deny that that has been said - Cha nel mee g'obbal nagh row shen er ve grait. JJK idiom

sale (n.) cant: Notice of sale by auction - Fogrey cant. DF idiom; creck: There is no sale for it - Cha nel creck erbee er. DF idiom; saayl

scarce (adj., adv.) chiark; tiark: Good men are only scarce - Cha nel ny deiney mie agh tiark. DF idiom; goan, goaun, goun; neuhonnyssagh; scoan, s'coan

scholars (npl.) schoillaryn: Your scholars are not attentive - Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh. JJK idiom; scoillaryn: Male scholars - Scoillaryn firryn. DF idiom

second best (yn) derrey share: It's a second best - Cha nel eh agh yn derrey share. DF idiom

secure dooney; glassey; jannoo shickyr; kiangley; sauchey; shickyr: His position is none too secure - Cha nel eh soit ro hickyr er chor erbee. DF idiom; shickyraghey; urrysagh

sense ennaghtyn; keeaill; keeall; keeayle; keeal: He hasn't any common sense - Cha nel keeal cadjin erbee echey. JJK idiom

sentence abbyrt, briwnys; raa: In this sentence there isn't a word too much - Ayns y raa shoh cha nel fockle rouyr. JJK idiom

several (adj.) shartanse; shiartanse: I haven't seen him for several years - Cha nel mee er n'akin eh rish shiartanse dy vleeantyn. JJK idiom; ymmodee

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

sincere (adj.) feer, firrinagh, jeadagh, jeelys, jeeragh; ynrick: They have not been very sincere - Cha nel ad er ve feer ynrick. JJK idiom

sir (voc.) ghooinney ooasle: Dinner is served, sir - Ta jinnair aarloo ghooinney ooasle. DF idiom; vainshtyr: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

some ennagh, kuse; cooid; shiartance, shiartanse; shiartanse dy: Not for some days - Cha nel rish shiartanse dy laghyn. JJK idiom; paart: My daughter has got some - Ta paart ec my neen. JJK idiom

some days reggyrn dy laghyn; shiartanse dy laghyn: Not for some days - Cha nel rish shiartanse dy laghyn. JJK idiom

space1 (n.) barney, space, tammylt, thammylt; (v.) scarrey veih my cheilley; spoar; feaynid: Intergalactic space - Yn feaynid mooar. DF idiom; reamys: We haven't much space - Cha nel monney reaymys ain. DF idiom

spare brash; ford; fordrail; goan; keyl; lhiggey lesh; lhome; spaarail, sparail: You've no time to spare, for it's very late - Cha nel traa erbee eu dy spaarail, son te feer anmagh. JJK idiom; tayrnit

stone (n.) clagh: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom; liack, goayl; (v.) claghey, cur clagh er; (gen.) cloaie: Hunger breaks through stone walls - Brishee accyrys trooid boallaghyn cloaie. JJK idiom

strength butt; lajerid; lajerys; looraght; loorid; niart: She's got no strength - Cha nel niart erbee eck. JJK idiom; niartaght; treanid; troshaght; troshid

table1 (n.) leac varmyr, taabyl, board; boayrd: There's but one inkstand on the table - Cha nel agh un dooagan er y voayrd. JJK 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

thank (v.) cur bwooise da: I don't thank him for it - Cha nel mee cur booise da er e son. JJK idiom

thirsty1 (adj.) paa; paagh: You're not thirsty, are you? - Cha nel shiu paagh, vel? JJK idiom; gaagit

this year (n.) myleeaney; mleeaney: We've had no winter this year - Cha nel geurey erbee er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

thorn (n.) drine; jialg; jolg: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; skeaigagh; skeaig-ghrine

thou (pron) oo: Thou hast not been generous - Cha nel oo er ve feoilt. JJK idiom; uss: Thou art my rock and my fortress - She uss my chreg as my ghoon. JJK idiom

though (conj.) ga: Tall though you are, I don't fear you - Ga s'liauyr t'ou, cha nel mee goaill aggle royd. JJK idiom; myr

three (n.) three; tree: It's only three o'clock - Cha nel eh agh tree er y chlag. JJK idiom; troor

trifling begganagh; creen; fardailagh; fooilleragh; fooilleraght; fooilleyragh; fooilleyraght; frittagh; (pref.) myn-: That's a trifling matter - Cha nel shen agh myn-chooish. DF idiom; speilleigagh

trifling matter myn-chooish: That's a trifling matter - Cha nel shen agh myn-chooish. DF idiom

trouble1 boir, seaghyn; boirey: She has nothing but trouble - Cha nel veg eck agh boirey. JJK idiom; boiraghey, boirey er, jannoo er, seaghnaghey; trubbyl; tooilleil

trust barrantys, currym, daill; jerkal, jerkallys; treisht; treishteil: I don't trust him - Cha nel mee treishteil ayn. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) hreishteil

two o'clock jees er y chlag: It's only just two o'clock - Cha nel eh agh jees er y chlag. JJK idiom

ungrateful (adj.) meewooisagh, meewooisal, neuvooisal; neuwooisal: It is not true that I am ungrateful - Cha nel eh firrinagh dy vel mee neu-wooisal. JJK idiom

very poor feer voght: You are not very poor - Cha nel shiu feer voght. JJK idiom

walk1 (n.) cosheeaght, immeeaght, walk; (v.) shooyl, shooyll: We can walk there - Fodmayd shooyl dys shen. JJK idiom; walkal: It's only half-an-hour's walk - Cha nel eh agh walkal lieh-oor. JJK idiom; (impv) immee, shooill, shooyl-jee

warm (n.) brabbag; chiow; (v.) cur chiow da; (adj.) blah; cheh: There's no more warm milk - Cha nel arragh dy vainney cheh ayn. JJK idiom

wealth (n.) berchys: Great as his wealth is, which he has amassed, it has not made him happy - Ga s'mooar yn berchys t'eh er garnanaghey, cha nel eh er n'yannoo maynrey eh. JJK idiom; berchid, cooid seihlt, cowrey; foays

years (npl.) bleeantyn: I haven't seen him for several years - Cha nel mee er n'akin eh rish shiartanse dy vleeantyn. JJK idiom; bleinyn

young1 aeg: Young as he is, he isn't wanting in prudence - Ga dy vel eh aeg, cha nel eh laccal, tastid. JJK idiom; (adj.) aegey

aaloayrt recite: hedmayd er ny thieyn dy aaloayrt 'Hop tu naa', agh cha nel shin ro hickyr jeh'n slane drane. Dhoor; relate, repeat

apaghyn monkeys: Cha nel eh cho olk as v'eh ayns ny shenn laghyn tra va'n Yernish coontit dy ve myr chengey ny apaghyn (ga dy vel ymmodee sleih almoragh foast smooinaghtyn myr shoh). Carn

arreydagh alert, attentive, cautious, circumspect, heedful, wary: Cha nel ny schoillaryn eu arreydagh. JJK; wistful; caretaker

Atlas Atlas: Ta trimmid ny speyryn girree neese veih Atlas gollrish farkyl coirrey, ta claghyn vullee scughey, cha nel veg aa-hoiaghey dy kiart. Dhoor

beggid diminutive, diminutiveness, littleness, paltriness: cha nel shoh taghyrt kyndagh rish beggid ny hErin cosoylit rish Sostyn. Carn

Boayl Chirrym Dry Place: Cha nel Juan cur fys dooin foast cre'n obbyr ry yannoo, agh dooyrt eh dy vel boayl chirrym, as cooie da pairkal ny gleashtanyn reihit echey son yn astyr shoh. Dhoor

boodeeyssyn ynnydagh local communities: Agh cha nel BT son eeck dy chooilley nhee: ta BT laccal ny boodeeyssyn ynnydagh as y reiltys Goaldagh dy eeck paart jeh'n chostys. Carn

Bretin (f.) See Bretyn Mooar Wales: cha nel monney Sostnee credjal dy vel Nalbin as Bretin nyn ashoonyn firrinagh. Carn

bunraght (f.) constitution: Cha nel ad laccal bunraght screeut veagh cur kiartysyn leighoil da gagh peiagh. Carn

bwee (=Ir. buí) yellow: Cha nel yn Masoonagh credjal dy lhisagh ny reillyn kaart bwee jeh armee Hostyn ayns Nerin goll er caghlaa. Carn

caghlaaee alternative, changeable, changing, volatile: cha nel thieyn goll er aa-yeshaghey roish my jig tannyssyn noa stiagh, as ta shen giarrey sheese y traa-caghlaaee. BS

Caillin ny Leoie Cinderella: Ta sym mooar ec scoillaryn neesht - cha nel y Ghaelg ain Caillin ny Leoie ny sodjey. Dhoor

chengaghey (v., n.) tongue: Cha nel shen red noa, son shicherys, tra ram lioaryn er nyn screeuit ayns ny chengaghey celtiaghey. Carn

choud's shoh still, this far: Agh cre'n boayl? Cha nel fys ec peiagh erbee choud's shoh. Carn

claddagh pl. claddeeyn bank, beach, land by a river, littoral, polder, river bank: Ta claghyn, shillee as genniagh ayn, Yn famlagh fliugh, cha nel eh goan, As er ny niee liorish yn tonn, Skeabys claddagh Loch Linne. Dhoor; marsh

cliaghtagh consuetudinal, conventional, customary, habitual: Myr dy cliaghtagh cha nel y sleih oikoil coontey monney jeh Yernish ayns Twoaie Nerin sy resoonaght shoh mychione y churriylym ''ashoonagh''. Carn

coigee (f.) loom: Mie dy-liooar' dooyrt mish, laa erbee, son cha nel monney obbyr aym dy jannoo er y coigee foast. Dhoor

coloayrtyssagh colloquial: Cha nel ad soiaghey mooar jeh'n chengey coloayrtyssagh ayns feshtyn, as ta shen yn red smoo scanshoil dooinyn. Carn

colught (=Ir. comhlucht) pl. colughtyn body, company, firm: cha nel claaryn ry-hoi sleih ta gynsaghey Albinish goll er creeley ec Colught Chellveeish Border Carn

Conaant Noa New Testament: Myr t'ou smooinaghtyn er-yn aght shoh cha nel feayn-skeealleydaght Ghreagagh, ny Cheltiagh, ny foddee eer Yn Conaant Noa feer screeuaght. Carn

coonseil (f.) council: Ta Coonseil ny h'Europey arryltagh dy cheau argid yn aght bare lhee as cha nel ad shirrey er coyrle voin-hene. Carn

cormid (f.) adequacy, balance, equality, equation, equity, equivalent, evenness, poise, rate, rightness: Cha nel cormid rish ayn 'sy theihll. DF

Cornagh Cornish, Cornishman: Agh cha nel y vondeish jeh reiltys Cornagh as leighderys Cornagh er ve oc rish keeadyn dy vleeantyn. Carn

covuilley collide, collision, concussion, reciprocate, reciprocating: Cha nel eh er covuilley lesh y chooid elley. DF

cragheydys vandalism: As lesh shen, cha nel mee çheet er saase ynsee ta goll er ymmyd ayns brastylyn Gaelg agh er jantys anleighalagh gollrish cragheydys as roosteyrys thallooin! NNS

creidit believed: Cha nel breagerey dy ve creidit ga t'eh loayrt yn 'irriney. EF

daa-hengagh bilingual, bilingualist: Dy firrinagh, cha nel doilleeid erbee ec y chooid smoo dy 'leih er y fa dy vel ad daa-hengagh ec y chooid sloo. Carn

dooinyn (emph.) to us: Cha nel ad soiaghey mooar jeh'n chengey coloayrtyssagh ayns feshtyn, as ta shen yn red smoo scanshoil dooinyn. Carn

drogh ellyn unmannerliness: Va'n meoir-shee, Gary Roberts, freggyrt rish baghteyrys veih'n oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed, John Houghton, dy vel rouyr drogh ellyn as meshtallys goll er as cha nel ny meoiryn-shee cur geill da. BS

dy cliaghtagh customarily, usually: Myr dy cliaghtagh cha nel y sleih oikoil coontey monney jeh Yernish ayns Twoaie Nerin sy resoonaght shoh mychione y churriylym ''ashoonagh''. Carn; generally

entreilys access, accession, admission, entrance, entry, induction, passage: Cha nel entreilys erbee aym da'n cheshaght shen. DF; admittance

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