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neose (=Ir. anuas) down, downward, downwards: ghow ad neose ad jeh ny biljyn Bible; overhead


Inexact matches:

broo neose impress

builley neose down stroke

ceau neose fling down, throw down; puke

cheet neose1 come down, descend, descending: fer flaunyssagh cheet neose veih niau Bible; descent

cheet neose2 stand down

croghey neose hang down, pendulous

cur neose dismount; lower; send down: Cur neose dty Spyrryd casherick, as deayrt ayns ny creeaghyn ain yn gioot smoo ooasle shen dy ghiastyllys, yn eer kiangley dy hee, as jeh dy chooilley ghrays PB1765; put down

currit neose deposed, downed: v'eh currit neose veih e stoyl-reeoil Bible

deayrtey neose pour down: Son t'eh jannoo myn ny bineyn ushtey: t'ad deayrtey neose fliaghey rere bree yn chay t'er hroggal Bible; blaze down

dooney neose shut down

eam neose call down

filley neose turn down

fillit neose (as collar) turn down

geddyn neose get down

giarrey neose chop down; draw in, retrench, retrenchment

goaill neose take down: cooinaght kinjagh nagh vel Jee soiagh jeh persoonyn ta goaill neose un er as soiagh seose fer elley. CS

gow neose unsling

imman neose ride down

laadey neose download

laad neose download

lhieggey neose dismount; let down: Va ny doallaghyn er nyn lhieggey neose. DF

lhiggey neose deposit, droop, drop, shoot down, untuck

lhig neose let down, untuck: Lhig neose y vrat. DF; ring down; set down

lhoobey neose bend down

lhoobit neose broken down

linney neose (f.) down stroke

pioban neose downpipe

piob neose (f.) fall pipe

raipey neose tear down, tear off

sheidey neose blow up, down-draught, downdraught: cha row eh geill da 'phian veih'n aile va blazal roish as mysh e skian; ny geayghyn stermagh sheidey neose ny whail lesh e phandoogh v'eh soo'n blaze stiagh ny veeal PC

skirrey neose slide down

skyrraghtyn neose work down

soilshey neose overhead lighting

streng neose (f.) lead in

tar neose come below: Tar neose, as soie ayns y joan Bible

tayrn neose let down, moot, pull down, rake up, serve up, slip on

tuittym neose fall down: Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF

ymmyrk neose carry down

ammyryn cheet neose landing slots

carbreyder tayrn neose down-draught carburettor

ceau neose er deprecate, malign

cheet neose ass descending out of: yeeagh eh dou yn ard-valley, yn Jerusalem casherick cheet neose ass niau veih Jee Bible

cheet neose er (birds) alight: Ny lurg shoh hee shiu niau foshlit, as ainleyn Yee goll seose as cheet neose er Mac y dooinney Bible; challenge

cheet neose jeh come down, come off, step off: As myr vad cheet neose jehn clieau hug Yeesey currym orroo Bible

cheet neose veih coming down from: As son wheesh as dy vaik y ree arreyder, as fer flaunyssagh cheet neose veih niau Bible

cur lesh neose carry down, fetch down; bring down: Son t'eh cur lesh sheese adsyn ta cummal dy ard Bible

cur neose er impress, superpose

cur rooar neose er swoop

goaill neose croagane unhook

jeeaghyn neose er overlook: Foddee red erbee taghyrt, foddee ny reddyn syrjey ve currit bun ry skyn, aggle ve currit orroosyn ayns buill ard, ammys orroosyn v'ad jeeaghyn neose er. Dhoor

lhie neose er overlie

neose ny greeishyn downstairs; down the stairs: Dy huittym neose ny greeishyn. DF

neose yn ughtagh downhill: Dy heet neose yn ughtagh. DF

tayrn neose harrish slip over

dismount cur neose; lhieggal; lhieggey neose; tarlheimey; tarlheimmey

down stroke (n.) builley neose, linney neose

impress (v.) broo neose, cur neose er; (n.) ynnyd cowrey

let down (v.) cuirr: To let down a fishing net - Dy chuirr. DF idiom; cur fo; lhig neose; lhig sheese; lhiggal; lhiggey; tayrn neose; lhieggey neose; (n.) molley

download (n.) jeelaad; laad neose; (v.) jeelaadey, laadey neose, laadey sheese

untuck lhig neose; lhiggey neose; neuchryslaghey; neuchryslee; neufill; neufilley; skeayl magh; skeaylley magh

come down cheet neose: You will have to come down at once - Shegin diu cheet neose chelleeragh. JJK idiom

descend (v.) cheet neose: They descended the hill - Haink ad neose jeh'n clieau. DF idiom; faagail, tarlheim, tuittym

down the stairs neose ny greeishyn: To fall down the stairs - Dy huittym neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom

downwards (adv.) neose: From the twelfth century downwards - Veih'n nah eash jeig neose. DF idiom; sheese; kione my lhei

serve up (v.) cur er boayrd; tayrn neose: Serve up an old tale - Shenn skeeal y hayrn neose. DF idiom

set down (v.) skeaylley magh; lhig neose: He set down on him - Lhig eh neose er. DF idiom

alight2 (v.) (birds) cheet neose er

bend down (v.) lhoobey neose

blaze down (v.) deayrtey neose

carry down cur lesh neose; ymmyrk neose; cur lesh sheese: and carry down the man a present - as cur-jee lhieu gioot sheese dan dooinney Bible

come below tar neose

downdraught (n.) sheidey neose

down-draught (n.) sheidey neose

downstairs (adj., adv.) heese-greeishyn; neose ny greeishyn: To come downstairs - Dy heet neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom; sheese ny greeishyn: To go downstairs - Dy gholl sheese ny greeishyn. DF idiom

fall down (v.) cheet gys veg, cur rish loght, lhieggey; tuittym neose; tuittym sheese: To fall down the stairs - Dy huittym neose ny greeishyn. DF idiom

fall pipe (n.) piob neose

moot (n.) ouryssagh; (v.) tayrn neose

overhead lighting (n.) soilshey neose

overlie (v.) lhie neose er

pendulous (adj.) croghey neose

pour down (v.) deayrtey neose

puke (v.) ceau neose

rake up (v.) tayrn neose

retrench (v.) giarrey neose

retrenchment (n.) giarrey neose

ride down (v.) imman neose

ring down lhig neose

shoot down (v.) lhiggey neose

superpose (v.) cur neose er

tear down (v.) raipey neose

tear off (v.) raipey neose

turn down3 (as collar) fillit neose

work down skyrraghtyn neose

blestal blast, blow up: V'eh jannoo rouyr geay lesh yn rotor echey as y gheay shoh blestal neose orrin as ren y gheay bunnys lhieggey Feeagh Odin as beign dooin goaill neose y shiaull. GK

rotor rotor: V'eh jannoo rouyr geay lesh yn rotor echey as y gheay shoh blestal neose orrin as ren y gheay bunnys lhieggey Feeagh Odin as beign dooin goaill neose y shiaull. GK

bring down cur lesh sheese: thy servants shall bring down the gray hairs of thy servant - ver dty harvaantyn lhieu sheese kione lheeah dty harvaant Bible; cur lesh neose: and ye shall haste and bring down my father hither - as ver shiu lhieu neose my ayr gys shoh Bible

down (n.) clooie: The chicken is like its kind before there is down on its head - Ta'n eean myr e ghooie my vel clooie er e chione. JJK idiom; branchlooie, clooie chayt, fynney; cloonagh; dreeym; dooagh; (adj.) neose: Down to recent times - Neose gys y traa t'ayn jiu. DF idiom; sheese: Down the river - Sheese yn awin. DF idiom; (static) heese: Her hair is down - Ta'n folt eck heese. DF idiom

down-draught carburettor (n.) carbreyder tayrn neose

downpipe (n.) pioban neose, pioban sheese

landing slots (npl.) ammyryn cheet neose

overlook jarrood; jeeaghyn neose er

shut down (v.) dooney; dooney neose

step off cheet neose jeh

turn down1 filley neose; injillaghey

unsling goaill neese; gow neose

wait1 farkaghey, fark; farkaght; farkiaght; feiyal; fieau; fuirraghtyn: Let us wait till he comes down - Lhig dooin fuirraght (yn) dys hig eh neose. JJK idiom; tannaght; fuirree; farkee; farkiagh; (impv) Fuirree ort, Fuirree: Wait till I come down - Fuirree dys higym neose. JJK idiom

call down (v.) eam neose; eam sheese

chop down (v.) giarrey neose, lhieggal, lhieggey billey

coming down from cheet neose veih

deposed brisht; prowit; currit ass oik, currit neose

deprecate (v.) ceau neose er, cur coyrle noi

descending out of (v.) cheet neose ass

downed currit neose, currit sheese, lhieggit; er thalloo

downhill heese; neose yn ughtagh; sheese ny lhiargagh

fetch down (v.) cur lesh neose, lhieggal

fling down (v.) ceau neose, tilgey er y thalloo

get down (v.) geddyn neose, lhieggal, sleaghtey, tarlheimey, tarlheimmey

hang down (v.) croghey neose, croghey sheese

lead in leeid stiagh; streng leeideilagh; streng neose

malign (v.) ceau neose er; loayrt olk jeh

overhead 'sy speyr; erskyn; heose; neose

pull down (v.) lhieggal, lhieggey, tayrn neose

send down (v.) cur sheese; cur neose; eebyrt

slide down (v.) skirrey neose; skirrey sheese

slip on (v.) tayrn neese, tayrn neose

slip over (n.) gansee gyn muinneelyn; (v.) tayrn neose harrish

stand down (v.) cheet neose; tayrn er ash

swoop (v.) cur rooar neose er; (n.) rooar

take down1 (v.) goaill neose; (n.) keim sheese

throw down (v.) ceau neose; ceau sheese

unhook1 (v.) goaill neose croagane, gow yn dooan ass

blow up (v.) bleaystit; blestal; lhieeney; sheidey neose; sheidey seose

descending (v.) cheet neose, goll my la'ee, goll sheese; (adj.) kione my laaee, lhargee

descent (n.) cheet neose, goll sheese, kynney fuilleeaght, lhargagh, tarlheim

draw in (v.) cur er boayrd, giarrey neose, tayrn stiagh

droop (v.) goll my-laaee; lhiggey neose; lhiggey sheese; shymley; tuittym

Charran (f.) (Yn) Bradda Head: Goaill neose nyn shiauill fo'n Charran. DF

doallaghyn blinds: Va ny doallaghyn er nyn lhieggey neose. DF

drum (=Ir. drum) drum, tabret: cheet neose veih'n ard ynnyd, lesh psalteree, as drum Bible

eaynnee desert; cliff: Haink eh neose eddin yn eaynnee. DF

farkyl cap, cover, lid: Bwoaill yn farkyl neose er! DF

niaughyn heavens: nee e niaughyn myrgeddin shilley neose druight Bible

Roonysvaie Ronaldsway: Haink yn etlan neose ec Aerphurt Roonysvaie. DF

skelloo (f.) pl. skellooyn shelf: Sheeyn neose eh veih'n skelloo. DF

ascending (adj.) ardjeeagh; (v.) goll seose: and the angels of God ascending and descending - as ainleyn Yee goll seose as cheet neose Bible

blinds (npl.) doallaghyn: The blinds were down - Va ny doallaghyn er nyn lhieggey neose. DF idiom

challenge arganey; ceau ourys er: I challenge your word - Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF idiom; cheet neose er; cur forrane da; cur y lane fo; doolane: Open challenge - Lane doolane. DF idiom; doolaney; forrane

cliff (n.) carrick, hough; eaynin: He climbed down the cliff - Haink eh neose eddin yn eaynin. DF idiom

come off (v.) cheet jeh; cheet neose jeh; tuittym; irree ass: To come off the gold standard - Dy irree ass stundayrt yn airh. DF idiom

deposit (v.) cur sheese, cur yeearlys er, jannoo fooillagh, lhiggey neose; (n.) fooillagh; stoyr; tashtee; tashtey; yeearlys: I put a hundred pounds deposit on the car - Hug mee keead punt yeearlys er y ghleashtan. DF idiom; jasscane

devilish (adj., adv.) imshee, jouyllagh; niurinagh: This wisdom descendeth not from above, but is earthly, sensual, devilish - Cha vel y chreenaght shoh cheet neose veihn yrjey, agh te thallooinagh, beishtagh, niurinagh Bible

downward (adj., adv.) neose; sheese: He is on the downward path - T'eh goll sheese ny lhiargagh. DF 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

lower (v.) cur neose, cur sheese, lhieggal, lhiggey sheese, mooirjeenaghey; (adv.) inshley; s'inshley; s'injilley: A little lower down - Red beg ny s'injilley. JJK idiom; (pref.) fo-

pulled tayrnit; hayrn: He pulled his hat over his eyes - Hayrn eh e edd neose er e hooillyn. DF idiom

see-saw (n.) laair vaidjey, maidjey corragh; (v.) leaystey: With a see-saw motion - Leaystey seose as neose. DF idiom

shoulders (npl.) geayltyn: His hair fell over his shoulders - Va'n folt echey tuittym neose harrish e gheayltyn. DF idiom

stocking (n.) oashyr: My stocking is working down - Ta my oashyr skyrraghtyn neose. DF idiom

swept glennit, sceabit, skeabit; sceabey; skeabey: The flood swept the rocks down with it - Ren yn thooilley skeabey ny creggyn neose lesh. DF idiom

till (conj.) derrey; dys: Wait till I come down - Fuirree dys higym neose. JJK idiom; gys; (n.) tayrnag argid; kishteig-argid; (v.) traue, traaue; (to); (dy) hraaue

watcher (n.) arreyder: a watcher and an holy one came down from heaven - haink arreyder, as fer flaunyssagh neose veih niau Bible

aer (=Ir. aer, Sc.G. adhar) (f.) aeronautical, air: lhig da'n aer ynrickys y gheayrtey neose Bible; pneumatic; atmosphere [O.Ir. aer]

ard-ainle archangel: Son hig y Chiarn neose veih niau lesh eam ard, lesh coraa yn ard-ainle

aspickyn bishops: Cur neose er ny Aspickyn as ny Shirveishee ain, as er dy chooilley Heshaght t'er ny choyrt fo'n churrym oc, yn Spyrryd slayntoil jeh dty ghrayse PB1765; overseers

brelleein (f.) pl. brelleeinyn, brelleenyn sheet: As honnick eh niau er ny osley, as saagh dy row cheet neose huggey, myr dy beagh eh brelleein vooar, kianlt ec ny kiare binn, as lhiggit sheese er y thalloo Bible

cloan ny cruinney (f.) mankind, worldly minded persons: Shen ta ny bodjallyn deayrtey as shilley neose dy palchey er cloan ny cruinney. Bible

co-ard equally high, equal status: ga dy jinnagh oo dty edd co-ard rish yn urley, raip-yms oo neose veih shen Bible; horizontal

crankal bang, knock, tap: Tra nagh ren Mnr as Bnr Jones cheet neose dy gheddyn anjeeal haink mee neese as ren mee crankal er y dorrys. SF; rap

cur couyr aiding: O HIARN, jeeagh neose veih niau, cur-my-ner, cur couyr as feaysley da shoh dty harvaant. PB1765

dooghyssagh (=Ir. dúchasach) ancestral, congenital, heritable, idiomatic, inborn, inherent, instinctive, natural, unforced, unspiritual, untaught, untutored, vernacular: haink y Spyrryd Noo neose er, myr ayns cummey dooghyssagh calmane Bible; (adj., n.) pl. dooghyssee native; innate; indigenous; homebred

eaynin pl. Eayninyn 1 cliff, escarpment, precipice a: Haink eh neose eddin yn eaynin. DF; 2 See neaynin daisy

hilgey (dy); (to) cast: doardee Joshua yn corp dy ve goit neose jehn villey, as dy hilgey eh rish giat yn ard-valley Bible

jeeaghyn harrish look round, oversee, superintend, superintendence: Jeeaghyn harrish y doour er gerrey da'n spooyt veg tuittym neose lhiattee Colden, eisht er y raad stiagh ayns y doour, ta fys ayd er y voayl nagh vel? Dhoor; looking over

Jupiter Jupiter: ney Ephesus, quoi yn dooinney nagh vel fys echey dy vel ard-valley ny Ephesianee dy ooashlaghey yn ven-jee vooar Diana, as yn jalloo huitt neose veih Jupiter? Bible

Kione y Clieau end of the mountain: As haink eh neose gys kione y clieau ta lhie jeeragh er coan mac Hinnom, as ta ayns glione ny foawir my-hwoaie Bible; Slea Head

loamrey (=Ir. leomradh, leomar) (f.) pl. loamraghyn fleece; (on sheep) wool: Hig eh neose myr y fliaghey ayns loamrey olley Bible; fell; shear; shearing

mollagh (=Ir. mothallach) rough, rude, rugged; bushy: as snaue neose, stiagh fo ny blaaghyn mollagh chos'n eh roish. PC; hirsute, rough-coated: lhig da ny cabbil cheet seose myr ny braddaggyn mollagh Bible; shaggy

rowlal back roll back: va ainle y Chiarn er jeet neose veih niau, as er jeet as er rowlal back yn chlagh jeh beeal yn oaie Bible

seose (=Ir. suas) COMPARE heose, neose heavenwards, up: ver shiu lhieu seose my chraueyn veih shoh Bible; upward, upwards

share2 (yn); (the) very best: V'eh son dy ve yn share ass tree -- seose lesh y cooiney as neose reesht. GK

sheidey ersooyl blow away, blow off: Haink yn red dhoo quaagh shoh neose veih Niau sheidey ersooyl dy chooilley nhee va fo. GK

shiaull pl. shiauill sail: ghow ad yn shiaull neose Bible; octave: shiaull s'bingey as s'dowiney Kelly; tenor

sleaydyn (f.) trailers: Tra va'n balley beg treigit lurg y nah chaggey mooar va sleih foast tayrn nyn gooid neose seose er sleaydyn. Carn

soiagh assail, attack, raid; placing, set: dy lowal traa daue dy hirveish Jee as soiagh sambyl rhymboo dy yannoo shen, cooinaght kinjagh nagh vel Jee soiagh jeh persoonyn ta goaill neose un er as soiagh seose fer elley. Bible

at once (adv.) er y chooyl: You ought to answer at once - Lhisagh shiu freggyrt er-y-chooyl. JJK idiom; kiart nish; ec keayrt; chelleeragh: You will have to come down at once - Shegin diu cheet neose chelleeragh. JJK idiom; ec y traa cheddin: Don't all speak at once - Ny loayr ooilley ec y traa cheddin. JJK idiom

broken down ass ymmyd; brisht sheese: the wall of Jerusalem also is broken down - ta voalley Yerusalem myrgeddin brisht sheese Bible; lhoobit neose; tholtanagh; traartagh: like a city that is broken down - myr ard-valley traartagh Bible; lhieggit sheese: and all the cities thereof were broken down - as va ooilley ny ard-valjyn echey lhieggit sheese Bible

drop bine: Until the drink was drunk down to the last drop - Derrey va'n jough iuit da'n vine s'jerree. DF idiom; shilley; brey; cliejeen; cooylley; cur stiagh; drig; drigey; drishlagh; faarney; jeeigane; jolt; leodaghey; lhiargagh; lhieggey, lhiggey neose; skyrraghtyn fockle; tuittym; strig

hang (v.) ceau; croghey rish; cur seose; lhie; shassoo; cum: Hang on to your Manx, boy! - Cum rish dty Ghaelg, lah! DF idiom; croghey: Hang him - Jean croghey eh. DF idiom; crogh: Hang your coat on the nail - Crogh dty chooat er y treiney. DF idiom; (to); (dy) chroghey: To hang low - Dy chroghey neose. DF idiom

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

vapour (n.) gaal; gall: It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time - Te dy jarroo myr gall ta ryakin Bible; jannoo gaal; kay: they pour down rain according to the vapour thereof - tad deayrtey neose fliaghey rere bree yn chay ter hroggal Bible; keay; (yn) lhieeney dhoo

lheie ersooyl blow over, die out, dwindle, wear off: Ta'n drualtys eck er lheie ersooyl dasyn. DF; (as ice) vanish; waste away: derrey va slane sheeloghe ny deiney-caggee e lheïe ersooyl veih masteyn cheshaght Bible; melt away: ren creeaghyn y pobble lheïe ersooyl, as vad lhag myr ushtey Bible; fade away: Nee joarreeyn lheïe ersooyl, as bee ad agglagh ayns ny ynnydyn follit oc. Bible; pass away: myr ny strooanyn tad lheïe ersooyl Bible; consumed: as lesh chiass ny greiney tad lheïe ersooyl Bible; be no more: derrey ta ny niaughyn lheïe ersooyl, cha jean ad doostey Bible; fly away: Nee eh lheïe ersooyl myr dreamal Bible; depart: Nee bishagh e hie lheïe ersooyl Bible; scattered: Myrgeddin liorish deayrtey neose ushtey tan bodjal trome lheïe ersooyl Bible; worn away: Ta my aalid er nimmeeaght lesh eer seaghyn: as er ny lheïe ersooyl kyndagh rish ooilley my noidyn Bible; done away

pluckey evulsion; pluck, plucking, pluck off: va Satan dooisht, dowin tilgey ayns e chleeau kys yioghe eh'n cheshaght-chaggee er e heu dy irree magh noi'n ooilley-niartal Jee as pluckey neose eh veih dy ve ny ree, yn Mac y hilgey magh veih'n eiraght wooar, 's eh hene y hoiagh' seose er stoyl y phooar. PC

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