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neuhickyr apocryphal, chancy, debatable, fluky, indefinite, infirm, insecure, loose, precarious, uncertain, unsettled, unstable, unsteadfast, unsteady, unsure: Neu-hickyr myr ushtey, cha nee uss vees yn fer syrjey Bible; improbable


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jeh jatterys neuhickyr apocryphal

apocryphal (adj.) apocryphoil, jeh jatterys neuhickyr, neuhickyr; neu-agglishagh, neuashlishagh

chancy (adj.) neuhickyr

debatable (adj.) arganeagh, neuhickyr, yn-arganey

fluky (adj.) neuhickyr, taghyrtagh

improbable (adj.) neuchosoylagh; neuhickyr; neulickly

insecure (adj.) anshickyr, contoyrtagh, neuhickyr

precarious (adj.) missilagh, neuhickyr

unsteadfast (adj.) neuhassooagh, neuhickyr, neuveayn

unsure anshickyr; neufondagh; neuhickyr

indefinite (adj.) neuchagliee, neuchinjagh, neuhickyr, neuhoilshaghey

unsettled brisht; neuhickyr; neureaghit; rouaillagh; leaystagh

unsteady (adj.) anshickyr; corragh; kirkinagh; leaystagh; neuchinjagh; neuhickyr; teaymagh

infirm (adj.) asslayntagh; corragh; lag-layntagh; neufondagh; neuhickyr; giare-heihllagh; annoon; lhag; faase

uncertain1 (adj.) anhickyr, missilagh; neuhickyr: Of uncertain authorship - Jeh jatterys neu-hickyr. DF idiom

unstable (adj.) anshickyr, corragh, frittagh, neuchinjagh, neufondagh, neuhassooagh, neuhickyr, rouaillagh, teaymagh; leaystey, loaganagh, lhagchredjuagh

loose1 anshickyr; ceau; cochianglee; feasley, feaysley: Set a dog loose - Moddey y 'eaysley. DF idiom; feayshlit, feayslit; gyn kiangley; lag; lhiggey; my reir; neuhickyr; skeaylt: Loose sheets - Duillagyn skeaylt. DF idiom

aigney ghooble double minded: Ta dooinney dy aigney ghooble neuhickyr ayns ooilley e raaidyn. Bible

shickyr ANTONYM neuhickyr certain, confident, definite, fast, firm, fixed, impregnable, positive, secure, stable, steadfast, steady, sure, unflinching, unquestionable, unshaken, unwavering, valid: as lhig dooin ynnyd vaghee shickyr y yannoo dooin hene Bible [M.E. sicker, sikkar]

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