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never (adv.) chioee; rieau: Never was dog more faithful - Cha row rieau moddey cha firrinagh. JJK idiom; dy bragh: He said he'd never forgive me - Dooyrt eh nagh leihagh eh dy-bragh mee. JJK idiom; dy bra


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Never again (intj) Dyn dy bragh reesht

never ceasing sheer-

never-ceasing complaints (npl.) sheer-accanyn

never mind (intj) s'cummey

now or never nish ny dyn dy bragh

never-failing gyn traih

sheer-accanyn never-ceasing complaints

Dyn dy bragh reesht (intj) Never again

gyn traih never-failing, unflagging; (of supplies) unfailing

nish ny dyn dy bragh now or never

forget (v.) jarrood: May I never forget you DF idiom; jarroodey

s'cummey never mind: S'cummey lhiam rap my e chione. DF

beforehand rolaue: There are two bad payments, beforehand and never - Daa ghrogh eeck t'ayn, eeck rolaue as dyn eeck edyr. DF idiom

better betteyder, faardaghey; chebballagh; geddyn yn varriaght er, jannoo ny share; vaardee; share: Better late than never - Share anmagh na dyn dy-bragh. JJK idiom

citizen (n.) ardvaljagh: Never did a citizen make greater sacrifices for his country - Cha ren rieau ardvaljagh ourallyn ny smoo son e heer. JJK idiom; fer baghee, fer-vaghee; seyranagh; seyraanagh

crab1 far-ymmyrt; partan: The crab which is always in its hole is never fat - Yn partan ta dy-kinjagh 'sy towl echey cha vel eh rieau roauyr. DF idiom

crossed crosht; crossit; immeeit harrish; troailtit; cheet quaiyl: He never crossed my path - Cha ren eh rieau cheet my whaiyl. DF idiom; heean: He crossed himself - Heean eh eh hene. DF idiom

cruel (adj.) barb, barbaragh, deinaghtagh, deinyssagh; dewil: I should never have thought that a mother could be so cruel to her children. - Cha jinnin rieau er smooinaghtyn dy jargagh moir ve cha dewil da e paitchyn. JJK idiom; durey

excuse (v.) jean leshtal er son, maihaghey; (n.) leih; leshtal: Death never came without an excuse - Cha daink rieau yn baase gyn leshtal. DF idiom

faithful (adj.) credjoil, credjallagh; firrinagh: Never was dog more faithful - Cha row rieau moddey cha firrinagh. JJK idiom; jeelys; jeeragh; ynrick

honoured onnorit; onnor currit da: Never was a man so much honoured as he - Cha row rieau dooinney as onnor currit da myr va currit dasyn. JJK idiom

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

O (n.) kiarkyl; (intj) Oh; O: O Jerusalem, which shall never hold their peace day nor night - O Yerusalem, nagh bee nyn-dhost laa ny oie Bible; (voc.) Y

offered arrit, heb; chebbit: Offered wares were never good - Cha row rieau cooid chebbit mie. JJK idiom; d'arr: She offered me a seat in her carriage - D'arr ee dou soiag ayns e carriads. JJK 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

ox (n.) dow: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom

plenty palchey: He has plenty of drive - Ta palchey greesaghey ayn. DF idiom; palchid; palchys; ram; soogh: Plenty never felt for want - Cha dennee rieau yn soogh y shang. JJK idiom

published currit magh: This book ought never to have been published - Cha lhisagh yn lioar shoh rieau er ve currit magh. JJK idiom; er ny chur magh; soilshit

reaper (n.) beaynee, beayney, buinneyder, folder, greie buinnee, meillagh: A bad reaper never got a good sickle - Cha dooar rieau drogh veaynee corran mie. JJK idiom The best reaper - Yn reih-veaynee. DF idiom

sickle (n.) corran: A bad reaper never got a good sickle - Cha dooar rieau drogh veaynee corran mie. DF idiom

spend baarail; ceau: Never did I spend such a night - Cha cheau mee rieau lheid yn oie 'sy theihll shoh wass. DF idiom; (to); (dy) vaarail

stamp builley coshey; clouag; cowrey; stamp: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; (v.) cowraghey, cur clouag er, inganey, stampey

tedious (adj.) dree: I never read anything more tedious - Cha lhaih mee rieau red erbee cha dree. JJK idiom

chioee never, nevermore; (of future) ever, evermore: myr t'ou speeideilagh foddee nagh jig yn noid as ooilley e h'olk dys ny buill elley chioee as bee ad foast er-mayrn, as foddee oo goaill soylley jeu er son dy bragh. Carn

dy bra See dy bragh, gy bragh ever: myr shen dy nee dtoill hene vees eh, mannagh bee oo ayns maynrys son dy bra. CS; never

dy bragh (=Ir. brath) ad infinitum, eternally: dy vod-ym cooinaghtyn er y chonaant dy bragh farraghtyn Bible; (of future) ever; never; eternal; everlasting

rieau (=Ir. riamh) 1 always; 2 ever a: ren eshyn rieau streeu noi Israel, ny rieau caggey nyn 'oï Bible; 3 never

sheer- (pref.) amaranthine, ceaseless, constant, constantly, continual, continuous, deathless, endless, ever, interminable, lastingly, never ceasing, perennial, permanent, permanently, perpetual, perpetually, persistent, persistently, timeless, unceasing, undying, unending

attention (n.) arrey: Pay particular attention to this - Cur arrey er-lheh da shoh. DF idiom; frioose; geill: I've often told you so, you never pay any attention - Ta mee dy-mennick er n'insh dhyt myr shen, agh cha nel oo dy-bragh cur geill da. JJK idiom; tastey: I directed his attention to it - Hayrn mee y tastey echey da. DF idiom; tastid: I must draw your attention to this matter - Shegin dou tayrn dty hastid hug y chooish shoh. DF idiom

black1 doo: The black ox never trod on his (own) foot - Cha stamp rieau yn dow doo er e chass. JJK idiom; ghoo: in the black and dark night - ayns fastyr yn oie ghoo ghorraghey Bible; gorrym; dooey; (v.) dooghey, dullyraghey; gobbal

cure castey: That will cure the pain - Nee shen castey y pian. DF idiom; chirmaghey; couyr; cur couyr da: They cannot cure it - Cha nod ad cur couyr da. DF idiom; kiarail anmey; lheihys: The doctors will never cure him - Cha jean ny fir-lhee dy-bragh lheihys eh. JJK idiom; lhiasaghey; sailley; lheeys: Cure for sickness - Lheeys noi chingys. DF idiom

rest aash: Change of work is rest - Caghlaa obbyr aash. JJK idiom; aashagh: It's at rest now - T'eh aashagh nish. DF idiom; cagh elley; (yn) chooid elley; cur aash da; fea: She is at rest now - T'ee ec fea nish. DF idiom; fieau: Let's rest here a while - Lhig dooin fieau ayns shoh rish tammylt. DF idiom; goaill fea, jannoo fea; scuirr: The waves never rest - Cha nel ny tonnyn rieau scuirr. DF idiom; taggey; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn

sacrifices (npl.) ourallyn: Never did a citizen make greater sacrifices for his country - Cha ren rieau ardvaljagh ourallyn ny smoo son e heer. JJK idiom; ouralyn: The citizen must make sacrifices for his country's welfare - Shegin da'n ardvaljagh jannoo ouralyn son speedeilys e heerey. JJK idiom; chebbalyn

used ymmyd jeant jeh: I've never used them before - Cha ren mee rieau ymmyd y yannoo jeu roie. JJK idiom; ymmydit: Used car - Gleashtan ymmydit. DF idiom; cliaghtit: I am well used to it - Ta mee dy mie cliaghtit rish. DF idiom; chliaghtee

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