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night (n.) oie: I've had a very good night's rest - Ta aash oie feer vie er ve aym. JJK idiom

Inexact matches:

night after night oie er oie

all night fud ny hoie: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

at night 'syn oie: Last thing at night - Yn red jerrinagh 'syn oie. DF idiom; er oie: He who walks at night - Eshyn hoolys er oie. DF idiom; ec yn oie: and at night he shall divide the spoil - as ec yn oie, rheynnee eh yn spooilley Bible

by night er oie

Christmas night (n.) Oie Nollick

Good night (intj) Oie vie: I wished him good night - Dooyrt mee oie vie rish. DF idiom

last night arroo y riyr, riyr

night attire (n.) cullee oie, eaddagh oie

night bird (n.) eean oie

night club (n.) club oie

night hawk (n.) shawk-oie: And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow - As yn hullad, as y shawk-oie, as y chooag Bible

night heron (n.) coar ny hoie

night light (n.) soilshey oie

night line (n.) fartiman

night lodgings (n.) oieaght

night nursery (n.) shamyr chadlee chlienney

night patrol (n.) keayrtaghan oie, shiaulley oie

night-scented stock (n.) lus y cheeiragh

night school (n.) scoill oie

night season (n.) oie, imbagh ny hoie

night soil (n.) kecklys

night time (n.) oie: At night time - Ec yn oie. DF idiom

night watch (n.) arrey oie

night watchman (n.) arreyder oie

night work (n.) arnane

Saturday night (n.) Oie Ghoonee, Oie Jesarn

Sunday night (n.) Oie Jedoonee

tomorrow night (n., adv.) oie ny vairagh

Twelfth Night (n.) Oie y Nah Laa Jeig; Oie yn Ghiense: We shall enjoy ourselves very much on Twelfth Night - Gowmayd soylley mooar Oie yn Ghiense. JJK idiom

winter night (n.) oie gheuree

all the night slane oie

at night time 'syn oie; ec yn oie

cool of the night cumm ny hoie

day and night (n.) laa as oie

dead of night dromm ny hoie; trimshey ny hoie

hearty good night oie vie my chree

night of Aquarius (n.) oie'll ymmyrkagh ushtey

of the night (n.) (ny) hoie: In the still of the night - Ayns kiuney ny hoie. DF idiom

this very night (n.) oie noght hene

through the night fud ny hoie

under cover of night er oie

working by night (v.) jannoo arnane

er oie by night, nightly, under cover of night: freill-ym arrey er oie as laa. Bible; at night

oie (=Ir. oíche, Sc.G. oidhche) (f.) pl. oieghyn 1 eve, night, night season, night time, nocturnal a: as y dorraghys denmys eh Oie Bible; 2 (after dark) evening [O.Ir. adaig]

oie er oie night after night

'syn oie at night, at night time: hed eh shaghey myr ashlish 'syn oie. Bible

arreyder oie night watchman

club oie night club

eaddagh oie night attire

ec yn oie at night: ayns y voghrey, stroie-ee eh yn chragh t'eh dy hayrtyn; as ec yn oie, rheynnee eh yn spooilley. Bible; at night time

eean oie night bird

fud ny hoie all night, overnight, through the night: As dreggyr Simon as dooyrt eh rish, Vainshter, ta shin er hooilleil fud ny hoie Bible

keayrtaghan oie night patrol

kecklys night soil

oieaght (f.) night lodgings

oie gheuree (f.) winter night

Oie Ghoonee (f.) Saturday night

Oie Nollick (f.) Christmas night

shiaulley oie night patrol

soilshey oie night light

fly-by-night (n., adj.) flid

watch-night (n.) shirveish king vleeaney

arrey oie bivouac, night watch

arroo y riyr last night

coar ny hoie (f.) night heron

jannoo arnane working by night

oie ny vairagh (f.) tomorrow night

shamyr chadlee chlienney (f.) night nursery

shirveish king vleeaney (f.) watch-night

cullee oie (f.) night attire, sleeping suit

cumm ny hoie cool of the night

fartiman (from shore) ground line, night line, longline; paternoster

oie'll ymmyrkagh ushtey (f.) night of Aquarius

oie noght hene (f.) this very night

oie vie my chree hearty good night

Oie y Nah Laa Jeig (f.) Twelfth Night

scoill oie (f.) evening school, night school

trimshey ny hoie dead of night

dromm ny hoie dead of night: Ayns dromm ny hoie. DF

flid flirt, fly-by-night, jilt, nitwit, silly person [M.E. flird]

lus y cheeiragh (f.) evening primrose, night-scented stock

Oie yn Ghiense (f.) Twelfth Night: Gowmayd soylley mooar Oie yn Ghiense. JJK

riyr last night: loayr Jee dt'ayrey rhym's 'syn oie riyr Bible

dark1 conghorraghey; doo; dorraghey: The wet night is dark - Ta'n oie fliugh dorraghey. DF idiom; froshagh; grouw; keeir

did not cha ren: I did not sleep a wink all night - Cha ren mee cadley meekey fud ny hoie. JJK idiom

employed failt; ymmyd jeant jeh; goit seose: for they were employed in that work day and night - son vad goit seose ayns yn obbyr shen, oie as laa Bible

lifeboat (n.) baatey lhuingey, baatey sauchys; baatey sauaillagh: Port St Mary lifeboat was out last night - Va baatey sauaillagh Phurt le Moirrey mooie riyr. DF idiom

New Zealand (n.) (Yn) Teelan Noa; (Y) Teelynn Noa; Noa Heelan; Zealand Noa: It's night in Mann, when its day in New Zealand - Ta oie ayns Mannin, tra ta laa ayns Zealand Noa. JJK idiom

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

owl (n.) hullad: And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow - As y hullad, as y shawk-oie, as y chooag Bible; eean ny h-oie

pub (n.) thie lhionney; thie oast: They frequented the pub every night - Haagh ad y thie oast gagh oie. DF idiom

sort (n.) sorch: What sort of a night have you had? - Cre'n sorch dy oie v'eu? JJK idiom; (v.) sorchaghey, sorchal

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

walked shooillit; shooylt; hooyl; hooill; huill: And Abner and his men walked all that night through - As huill Abner as e gheiney fud-ny-hoie shen Bible

arnane (=Ir. airneán) homework, night work, overtime, prep, task: ta coorse joinagh G.C.E. ec Colaashtey ny Edjaghys Sodjey ayns brastyl arnane. Carn

hoie1 (v.) sat, set, seated, sitting: hoie eh eh ayns ard-valley ny marchanyn Bible; situated; of the night

hoie2 (v.) 1 (ny) seated, sitting a: veh ny hoie ayns shamyr souree, va echey da hene Bible; 2 (gen.) of the night: Ta my chraueyn guint lesh pian ayns imbagh ny hoie Bible

imbagh ny hoie night season: Ta my chraueyn guint lesh pian ayns imbagh ny hoie as cha vel aash ec my fehyn Bible

laa as oie day and night: Laa as oie t'ad goll mygeayrt ny vollaghyn eck: ta olkys neesht as trimshey 'sy vean eck. Bible

Oie Jedoonee (f.) Sunday night: Hie yn corp eck er feddyn ec y Thie-oast Mannin ayns Doolish oie Jedoonee. BS

Oie Jesarn (f.) Saturday night: Ta mee jerkal by bee giense ennagh goll er y oie Jesarn shen as foddee dy bee fir ny ghaa geearree dy hannaghtyn yn oie. Dhoor

Oie vie (intj) Good night: Yeigh ee e sooillyn as dooyrt ee "Oie vie" rish ooilley ny beiyn, biljyn as lossreeyn, roish my daink cadley sheeoil urree. Dhoor

shawk-oie (f.) night hawk: yn hullad, as y shawk-oie, as y chooag, as dagh shawk lurg e cheint, Bible

slane oie all the night: myr shen nagh daink ad coair y cheilley er y slane oie. Bible

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

by me liorym: Rachel died by me in the land of Canaan - hooar Rachel baase liorym, ayns cheer Chanaan; lioryms: And the Lord hath done to him, as he spake by me - As tan Chiarn er nyannoo er y hon-syn myr loayr eh lioryms Bible; liorym's: For there stood by me this night the angel of God - Son hass lioryms noght ainle Yee Bible

compassed chombaase: And they compassed him in - As chombaase ad eh stiagh Bible; chruinnee: and they came by night, and compassed the city about - as haink adsyn oie, as chruinnee ad yn ardvalley Bible; injillit: for that he himself also is compassed with infirmity - son dy vel eh-hene injillit gys annoonid Bible

daytime (n.) laa: They come in the daytime and in the night-time as well - T'ad cheet er y laa as er yn oie neesht. DF idiom

left er chlee, er hostal; kiare; (v.) daag: He left it there last night - Daag eh ayns shen riyr. DF idiom; hreig: He left his wife - Hreig eh e ven. DF idiom; toshtal: The left-hand house - Yn thie toshtal. DF idiom; faagit: It's the only avenue left - She'n un vollagh ta faagit. DF idiom

lot lab, lansh; cronchor, cronney; cuht; ronney, cron; lot: The whole bag of tricks - Yn clane job-lot. DF idiom; ram: He has a lot of money - Ta ram argid echey. DF idiom; mooarane: The engine consumes a lot of oil - Ta'n greie ceau mooarane ooill. DF idiom; lane: There is a lot lost between the hand and the mouth - Ta lane caillit eddyr y laue as y veeal. DF idiom; skyoll: They got a lot of herring last night off the Shoulder - Hooar ad skyoll dy skeddan riyr mooie jeh'n Gheaylin. DF idiom

walks (npl.) walkalyn: They are fond of long walks - Shynney lhieu walkalyn liauyrey. JJK idiom; shooyl: He walks on the brink of a precipice without feeling giddy - T'eh shooyl er eaynin fegooish g'ennaghtyn tollaneagh. JJK idiom; hoolys: He who walks at night - Eshyn hoolys er oie. DF idiom


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