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Cur-jee my-ner (impv) Behold: Cur-jee my-ner eeanlee yn aer: son cha vel ad cuirr ny buinn, ny chymsaghey stiagh ayns soaltyn; foast ta nyn Ayr flaunyssagh dyn meaghey ad. Bible

cur my ner (intj) behold, lo, mark: As cur-my-ner, haink seose ass yn awin, shiaght booaghyn aalin, as slane beiyht Bible; beholding: hug eh my-ner, ny lhie er-gerrey da, Beelzebub mooar, yn prince by-niessey va da hene ayns reill Bible; visit

Cur my ner yn dooinney Ecce Homo, Behold the Man

behold (intj) cur my ner: You will behold - Ver oo my ner. DF idiom; loaghtee; (v.) fakin, jeeaghyn, cronnee; cur tastey da

beholding (v.) cur my ner

Behold (impv) Cur-jee my-ner

sy (=Ir. sa) in the: Son, Cur-my-ner, va shin kiangley bunneeyn sy vagher, as cur-my-ner, hrog yn vunney aym's, as myrgeddin, hass eh seose jeeragh Bible

Behold the Man Cur my ner yn dooinney

Ecce Homo (n.) Cur my ner yn dooinney

lo (intj) cur my ner; veih shen

creoi-wannallagh stiffnecked: as cur-my-ner pobble creoi-wannallagh ad Bible

dreamyder dreamer: Cur-my-ner, ta'n dreamyder shoh cheet Bible

gleayshaghey stir: va tharmane ry-chlashtyn, as cur-my-ner gleayshaghey Bible

ruillickey (gen.) of a churchyard: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

church stile keym ny killey; keim ruillickey: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom

it is te: behold, it is between Kadesh and Bered - cur-my-ner te eddyr Cadesh as Bered. Bible

mark1 (n.) butt, cowrey, kelk, mark; cagliagh; (v.) cowraghey, cronnaghey, cur cowrey er, cur cron er, goaill tastey jeh, markal; cowree: Mark the place - Cowree yn boayl. JJK idiom; (intj) cur my ner

stile (n.) keim: Better to wait on top a large wave than a church stile - Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF idiom; keym

visit1 (v.) cur keayrt er, cur my ner; cur shilley er: We did not visit those gentlemen - Cha dug shin shilley er ny deiney-seyrey shen. JJK idiom; (n.) keayrt

arganeagh arguer, argumentative, contentious, debatable, remonstrative: As er shen, cur my ner, un laa haink Efnisien, y fer-arganeagh loayr shin mychione roish nish, er marklanyn ny gabbil Matholwch, as deysht, eh, "Quoi s'lesh ny cabbil shoh? Coraa

atnee will hedge: cur-my-ner, atnee-ym seose dty raad lesh drineyn Bible

banee (persons) albino; pale, white: As yeeagh mee, cur-my-ner, cabbyl banee Bible

bodjal beg cloudlet: Cur-my-ner, ta bodjal beg troggal ass y cheayn, myr bass dooinney. Bible

brasnagh provocation: nagh vel my hooill cur-my-ner yn brasnagh oc? Bible

cockatriceyn cockatrices: son cur-my-ner, ver-yms magh ard-nieughyn; cockatriceyn, nyn mastey Bible

craa thallooin pl. craaghyn-thallooin earthquake: As cur-my-ner va craa thallooin mooar ayn Bible

cullee reeoil royal standard: va'n cullee reeoil troggit seose 'syn aer dy voddagh ooilley shen y chur-my-ner PC

eairkyn horns: cur-my-ner, ny chooyl va rea goit ayns thammag er e eairkyn Bible

Eayn Yee Agnus Dei, Lamb of God: Cur-my-ner Eayn Yee, ta goaill ersooyl peccah yn theihll. Bible

er son dy bragh forever: cur-my-ner ta mee bio er son dy bragh Bible; evermore

Ew pl. Ewnyn Hebrew, Jew: Cur-ner-ner, t'ou goaill ort dy ve dty Ew Bible

faarkee of bathing; large wave: Share farkiaght er baare faarkee n'er keim ruillickey. DF

goyms padjer I will pray: cur-my-ner goyms padjer gys y Chiarn nyn Yee cordail rish nyn yeearree Bible

iuder pl. iuderyn drinker, tippler: Cur-my-ner dooinney jollyssagh, as iuder feeyney Bible

iuder feeyney wine drinker: Cur-my-ner dooinney jollyssagh, as iuder feeyney, carrey dy publicanee as dy pheccee Bible

lheihys (=Ir. leigheas) cure, curing, heal, healing, mend, remedy: cur-my-ner, neem's uss y lheihys; medicament; solution

loihrey (f.) leprosy: cur-my-ner, my ta doghan yn loihrey er ny lheihys ayns y lourane Bible

meecheeayllid absurdity, absurdness, idiocy, imbecility, madness, silliness, simpleness: as dy chur-my-ner meecheeayllid as ommijys Bible

oghe (f.) 1 furnace, oven a: Son cur-my-ner ta'n laa cheet nee lostey myr oghe Bible; 2 cave

shass-yms I will stand: Cur-my-ner, shass-yms kiongoyrt rhyt ayns shen Bible

slaughtral slaying: cur-my-ner, boggey as gennallys, slaughtral dew, as marroo kirree Bible

sporran-argid bundle of money: cur-my-ner, dy row sporran-argid dy chooilley ghooinney ayns e hack Bible

strumpag (f.) harlot, prostitute, streetwalker, strumpet, tart, whore: cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

ver will put, will give: Ver e hooillyn hene my-ner e hoyrt-mow Bible

ynrycan alone, only: Cur-my-ner, shoh ynrycan ta mee er gheddyn Bible; only one

Yuaase Judas: cur my-ner, haink Yuaase, fer jeh'n daa ostyl yeig Bible

bedstead1 (n.) sthoc-lhiabbagh: behold his bedstead was a bedstead of iron - cur-my-ner va e sthoc-lhiabbagh, sthoc-lhiabbagh yiarn Bible; sthock lhiabbagh

harlot (n.) ben oainjyr: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot - lurg kione three-feed as jeih bleeaney gow-ee Tyre arrane myr benoainjyr Bible; ben oainjyragh: Then went Samson to Gaza, and saw there an harlot - Eisht hie Samson gys Gaza, as honnick eh ayns shen ben oainjyragh Bible; co-lhiabbagh; streebagh: Should he deal with our sister as with an harlot? - Kys by-lhoys da dellal rish y chuyr ain, myr rish streebagh? Bible; strumpag: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot - As cur-my-ner haink ben ny whail ayns coamrey strumpag Bible

shineth hoilshys; soilshean: Behold even to the moon, and it shineth not - Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean Bible

stand still er-troggloo; er troggloo; shassoo sthill: When ye are come to the brink of the water of Jordan, ye shall stand still in Jordan - Tra vees shiu er jeet gys oirr awin Yordan, nee shiu shassoo sthill ayns Jordan BNible; (impv) shass-jee: stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord - shass-jee, as cur-jee my-ner yn saualtys neen Chiarn soilshaghey diu Bible; fuirree-jee: Stand still, and I will hear what the Lord will command concerning you - Fuirree-jee tammylt, as neem clashtyn cre neen Chiarn sarey mychione eu. Bible; shass raad tou: stand still, and consider the wondrous works of God - shass raad tou, as smooinee dy dowin er obbraghyn yindyssagh Yee Bible

stubble (n.) giare-choonlagh: Behold, they shall be as stubble - Cur-my-ner, bee ad myr y yiare-choonlagh Bible; stubble: and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble? - as jed oo geiyrt er y stubble chirrym? Bible; stubbyl: gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble - airh, argid, claghyn costal, fuygh, traagh, stubbyl Bible; coau: and the whirlwind shall take them away as stubble - as gowee yn gheay-chassee ersooyl ad myr y coau Bible

aarkey vooar (f.) offing: Honnick mee ayns m'ashlish 'syn oie, as cur-my-ner, va ny kiare geayghyn yn aer, as ad streeu er yn aarkey vooar. Bible

ain (=Ir. againn) 1 our, ours a: Hooar yn ayr ain baase ayns yn aasagh Bible; 2 at us; 3 have; 4 we have a: Agh cur-my-ner, my hem mayd cre tain dy hebbal dan dooinney? Bible

ainleyn angels: cha dug eh veg y varrant ayns e hirveishee; as eer ayns ny ainleyn hug eh my-ner fardalys Bible

atnee-ym I will hedge up: cur-my-ner, atnee-ym seose dty raad lesh drineyn, as nee'm voalley, nagh vow ee magh e oayll. Bible

att bump, distension, enlarge, enlargement, heart, inflate, protrusion, rise, surge, swell: cur-my-ner, my ta'n att bane 'sy chrackan Bible; knob [O.Ir. attaid]

ayds thine, yours: Cur-my-ner, bee yn beaghey ayds er meeaylys y thallooin, as jeh druight Niau veih'n yrjid. Bible

ayns dy vel forasmuch as: Cur-my-ner, ta'n pobble jannoo peccah noi'n Chiarn, ayns dy vel ad gee yn eill lesh yn uill. Bible

ayns oaie in the sepulchre: myr v'ad goanluckey dooinney, cur-my-ner, honnick ad sheshaght dy gheiney; as cheau ad y dooinney ayns oaie Elisha; in face: va'n ven sho aalin 'skyn dagh cretoor elley, 'skyn Adam hene, ayns corp, ayns oaie as shilley PC; before

bane (=Ir. bán) COMPARE fynn blank, blond, blonde, fair, pallid, white: yeeagh mee, as cur-my-ner, cabbyl bane Bible; (as ground) fallow, unbroken, untilled; desolate [O.Ir. bán]

bane jiarg white reddish: cur-my-ner, my ta att y ching bane jiarg ayns e chione meayl, ny erskyn e eddin meayl Bible

beeagh would be: ghow mee yn cryss veih'n boayl raad dollee mee eh; as cur-my-ner, van cryss loau, cha beeagh eh veg. Bible

bisheeym I will increase: Cur-my-ner, neem's uss messoil, as bisheeym oo, as ver-ym er earroo dy leih dy heet jeed, as ver-yms y cheer shoh, da dty luight dty yeï, son eiraght dy bragh farraghtyn. Bible; I will multiply

Boayl Aalin Beautiful Site: Cur-my-ner, ta shin guee ort, ta'n ard-valley shoh soit er boayl aalin, myr ta my hiarn fakin Bible

boayl aalin (place) beauty spot, pleasant place: Cur-my-ner, ta shin guee ort, ta'n ard-valley shoh soit er boayl aalin Bible

boggyssagh boast, braggart: Ny jean boggyssagh m'oï Bible; upbraid: Cur-my-ner Zebah as Zalmunna, my-nyn gione ren shiu boggyssagh harrym Bible; glory, praise, rejoice; triumph

buigh 1 See bwee fair headed, fair-headed a: cur-my-ner, my te, ayns shilley, ny sdiuney nan chrackan, as fynney buigh thanney ayn Bible; 2 jaundiced, sallow, tan; 3 yellow: ceaghlit myr shoh, er skianyn buigh myr airh getlagh gys yrjey, lheie ad ersooyl 'syn aer PC; 4 dun [O.Ir. buide]

bun as baare both the ends: Cur-my-ner te tilgit 'syn aile dy lostey; ta'n aile dy stroie eh bun as baare, as ta'n mean echey losht. Bible

cabbyl ruy bay horse: Honnick mee 'syn oie, as cur-my-ner, va dooinney markiaght er cabbyl ruy Bible as hass eh mastey ny biljyn-myrtle va heese 'sy choan, as cheu chooylloo va cabbil ray, brack as bane. Bible

cuishlin (=Ir. cuisle) (f.) pl. cuishlinyn lode; vein: As tra haink eh stiagh ayns y chabbane eek, cur-my-ner, va Sisera ny lhie marroo, as y kibbin trooid cuishlin e ching. Bible; reef

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

dagh cheu all-round; every side: Cur-my-ner, neem's goaill cloan Israel veih mastey ny ashoonee, raad t'ad er n'gholl, as chaglym ad er dagh cheu, as ver-ym lhiam ad gys y thalloo oc hene. Bible

duillag (=Sc.G. duilleag) (f.) pl. duillagyn lamina, page, pamphlet, sheet; leaf: as cur-my-ner, ayns e veeal va duillag olive pluckit jeh Bible; gill; leafy [O.Ir. duilleóg]

dullyr dowin gross darkness: Te dullyr dowin nagh vod dooinney erbee cur-my-ner; son ta'n chooid smoo jeh e obbraghyn keillit. Apoc

dy-feer yea: Cur-jee my-ner eer yn eayst hene, as cha vel ee soilshean; dy-feer, cha vel ny rollageyn gyn cron ayns e hilley Bible; veraciously

Dy vannee diu (intj) All hail: As myr v'ad goll dy insh eh da e ostyllyn, cur-my-ner haink Yeesey nyn guail, gra, Dy vannee diu. Bible

egin (=Ir. éigean) (f.) pl. eginyn 1 compulsion, constraint, necessity, force, urge a: cha vel veg aym dy voggyssagh ass: son tan êgin shoh lhie orrym Bible; 2 duress, stress, distress: Cur-my-ner, O Hiarn, son ta mee ayns êgin Bible; 3 rape, ravishment; 4 emergency

fer saa junior: As dooyrt eh, Ta foast fer saa n'ad shoh, as cur-my-ner, t'eh bochillagh ny kirree. Bible

flaunyssagh 1 beatific, blissful, celestial, divine, heavenly, paradisiac, Utopian: cur-my-ner eddin my Ayr flaunyssagh Bible; 2 pl. flaunyssee inhabitant of heaven a: shoh ta Chiarn ny flaunyssee gra, Vel creenaght arragh ayns Teman? Bible

geay-chassee dewil grievous whirlwind: Cur-my-ner ta geay-chassee yn Chiarn er n'gholl magh ayns eulys, eer geay-chassee dewil; tuittee eh dy trome er kione ny meechrauee. Bible

giare-ym jeh I will cut off: Cur-my-ner, ta ny laghyn cheet, dy giare-ym jeh dty roih, as roih thie dt'ayrey Bible

giootal2 (da) bestow, gift: cur-jee my-ner, yn ree Solomon, ceau yn chrown ren e voir giootal da er laa e phoosey, eer laa gennallys e chree. Bible

gobbal (=Ir. obadh) 1 black, refuse a: my tou gobbal dy lhiggeyn raad da, cur-my-ner, marr-yms dty vac Bible; 2 denying: Gynsaghey dooin, liorish gobbal meechraueeaght as yeearreeyn seihlltagh Bible

gyn cloan childless, issueless: Cur-my-ner nish, t'ou uss gennish, as gyn cloan: agh nee oo giennaghtyn, as gymmyrkey mac. Bible

gyn foaynoo trivial; useless, worthless: Cur-my-ner, reddyn gyn veg shiu, as gyn foaynoo nyn obbyr: dwoaiagh ta eshyn ta goaill taitnys ayndiu. Bible

hassoo jeeragh (ny) erect, upright: As haink eh gy-kione, tra va Joshua er gerrey da Jericho, dy hrog eh seose e hooillyn as yeeagh eh, as cur-my-ner, va dooinney ny hassoo jeeragh roish, as cliwe rooisht ny laue Bible

jalloo mooar colossus, great image: Honnick uss, O ree, as hug oo my-ner jalloo mooar; va'n jalloo mooar shoh as erskyn-towse sollys, ny hassoo kiongoyrt rhyt, as va'n cummey echey atchimagh. Bible

laa yn chooilleen day of vengeance: dy vod ad liorish ny obbraghyn mie eu ver ad my-ner, Jee y ghloyraghey ayns laa yn chooilleen. Bible

lane fea restful: Cur-jee my-ner lesh nyn sooillyn, kys nagh vel mee er ghoaill mooarane deinys, as ta mee er gheddyn dou hene lane fea. Apoc

lhieeney stiagh flow in, pervade, pour in: Eisht ver oo my-ner, as nee shiu lhieeney stiagh myr thooilley, as nee dty chree roie harrish lesh atchim as boggey Bible

lhiggaghyn pipes: as cur-my-ner cainlere slane airhey, as claare er e vullagh, as ny shiaght lampyn echey er, as shiaght lhiggaghyn gys ny shiaght lampyn va er e vullagh Bible

litcheraght lhome extreme idleness, laziness: Cur-my-ner, shoh va loght dty huyr Sodom, moyrn, sonnys arran, as litcheraght lhome va aynjee, as ayns ny inneenyn eck, chamoo ren ee laueyn yn voght as yn ymmyrchagh y niartaghey. Bible

ooilley mygeayrt all around, everywhere, round about: as cur-my-ner, va'n slieau lane dy chabbil as dy ainee aile ooilley mygeayrt Elisha. Bible; rampant

ooryn hours: Cur-my-ner, ver-ym lhiam back scadoo ny hooryn, eer ny jeih ooryn, ta er n'gholl sheese er dial Ahaz. Bible

paart beg somewhat: myr ayns oie aalin ta shiu cur-my-ner ny cainleyn sollys lossey ayns yn aer, paart beg, paart mooar, cur soilshey er dagh laue rere towse y phooar ta Jee er yeeasaght daue PC

Papan Pope: Cur-jee my-ner feeudys y screeudeyr; derrey'n traa t'ayn cha row papan erbee enmyssit yn jeihoo Urban rieau ayn CnyO

queeyllyn wheels: Eisht hie mee sheese gys thie yn phasheyder, as cur-my-ner, v'eh ec obbyr er ny queeyllyn. Bible

roïe (=Ir. roimhe) before: As hug Jacob tastey da eddin Laban, as cur-my-ner, cha row eh lesh myr ve roïe. Bible; preceding; heretofore

s'berchee wealthiest: Cur-my-ner, nee three reeaghyn shassoo seose foast ayns Persia, as hee yn chiarroo foddey s'berchee na ad ooilley Bible

shenn laghyn lang syne; old days, old times: As cur-my-ner, dty ven-vooinjerey Elizabeth, t'eeish myrgeddin er ghiennaght yn mac ayns ny shenn laghyn eck Bible

shirveish er administer, pander, tend: Eisht daag y drogh-spyrryd eh, as cur-my-ner haink ainleyn as ren ad shirveish er. Bible

shoh hene this itself: Cur-my-ner te er jeet, as te jeant, ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra ; shoh hene y laa ta mee er loayrt jeh. Bible

skeaylt disbanded, disconnected, dispelled, loose-fitting, loose-jointed, slackened, sprinkled, sprung, unfurled; scattered: Ta ny craueyn ain ny lhie skeaylt er beeal yn oaie Bible; spread: cur-my-ner va'd skeaylt ooilley fud y vagheragh Bible; separated: Tan obbyr mooar as lhean, as ta shin skeaylt er y voalley Bible; uncollected; floating, loose, spreading

sodjey stiagh1 inmost, inner, further: Myr shen hrog y spyrryd seose mee, as hug eh lesh mee stiagh 'sy chooyrt sodjey stiagh, as cur-my-ner ren gloyr y Chiarn lhieeney yn thie. Bible

soilshaghey da enlighten: Son cur-my-ner, eshyn ta cummey ny sleityn, as croo yn gheay, as soilshaghey da dooinney, cre ta e smooinaght Bible

sooree er woo: honnick eh, as cur-my-ner, va Isaac myr dy beagh eh sooree er Rebekah e ven. Bible

ta mish mayrt I am with thee: As cur-my-ner, ta mish mayrt, as neem's oo y reayll, ayns dy chooilley ynnyd raad t'ou goll Bible

tuittym neeal swoon, swooning: As cur-my-ner, ta spyrryd dy ghoaill eh, as doaltattym t'eh gyllagh; as tuittym neeal, t'eh keshal, as s'coan t'eh cheet huggey hene, erreish da ve dy mooar broojit. Bible

yndyr See gyndyr browse, graze, pasture: Yn ard-nieu balloo ta er yndyr er, as e chaghlaa mooar hug my hooill my-ner; liorish e choyrle vie ta mee neesht er ee, as baase cha hur mee, ny foast cragh erbee! PC

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