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downright no jiooldey glen

No admittance Gyn entreilys

no ball (n.) mee-vluckan

No comment (intj) Cha jirym veg

no comparison dyn cosoylaght

no doubt gyn imnea

No Entry (impv) Ny Jig Stiagh

no fear cha n'aggle dou

No kidding (intj) Gyn breag erbee

no more (adv.) (ny) sodjey; sodjey; rey

No Smoking (impv) Gyn Toghtaney; Jaaghey Meelowit; Ny Ceau Tombaacey

no thoroughfare (n.) raad dooint

No wonder (intj) Chan yrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

be no more (v.) lheie ersooyl

for no reason gyn fa; gyn oyr

man of no worth (n.) dooinney gyn y vie

no practical use (n.) neuymmyd

of no value gyn feeuid; gyn-foaynoo: ye are all physicians of no value - ta shiu ooilley fir-lhee gyn-foaynoo Bible

there's no need for it cha vel feme rish

herring (n.) guiy Manninagh, ree ny marrey; skeddan: No herring no wedding - Gyn skeddan gyn bannish. JJK idiom

complaining accanagh, trughanagh; gaccan: no leading into captivity, and no complaining in our streets - ny veg y chappeeys ny oyr gaccan ayns nyn straidyn Bible; trughanys; plaiynt

grace1 cur onnor da, oltaghey; grayse: Where there is no fear there is no grace - Raad nagh vel aggle cha vel grayse. JJK idiom; jeshaghey; maihnys; pardoon

dyn cosoylaght no comparison

Gyn entreilys No admittance

Jaaghey Meelowit No Smoking

mee-vluckan no ball

raad dooint no thoroughfare

harm (n.) assee: Some rain will do no harm - Cha jean fliaghey assee erbee. JJK idiom; skielley: He who hatches harm catches harm - Eshyn ghuirrys skielley hayrys skielley. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo assee da; jannoo skielley; jannoo skielley da: I mean him no harm - Cha nel mee geearree assee y yannoo da. DF idiom

no-ball (v.) cur mee-vluckan er

no-load gyn laad

no-side (n.) jerrey cloie

wickedness (n.) condraght; dwoaiagh: What wickedness is this that is done among you? - Cren obbyr dwoaiagh shoh, ta jeant ny mast' eu? Bible; mee-chraueeaght: And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth - As honnick Jee dy row mee-chraueeaght trome er y thalloo Bible; neuchraueeys; croiaght: it is wickedness - she croiaght eh Bible; drogh-yannoo: that there be no wickedness among you - son nagh bee lheid y drogh-yannoo ny vud eu. Bible; peccah: and shall do no more any such wickedness as this - as cha jean ad arragh lheid y peccah shoh Bible; olk: that hath wrought wickedness in the sight of the Lord thy God - ta er nobbraghey olk ayns shilleyn Chiarn dty Yee Bible; olkys: because of the wickedness of thy doings - kyndagh rish olkys dtobbraghyn Bible

Cha jirym veg (intj) No comment

cur mee-vluckan er no-ball

Gyn breag erbee (intj) No kidding

gyn laad no-load, unladen

jerrey cloie no-side

Ny Ceau Tombaacey (impv) No Smoking

Ny Jig Stiagh (impv) No Entry

Chan yrrys (intj) No wonder: Chan yrrys dou. DF

dooinney gyn y vie man of no worth

gyn fa for no reason, wanton; uncalled for

gyn feeuid of no value, worthless

Gyn Toghtaney No Smoking, smoking not permitted

jiooldey glen downright no, unqualified denial

neuymmyd disuse; inutility, no practical use

slippers (npl.) carraneyn: We had no slippers - Cha row carraneyn ain. JJK idiom

dyn (=Ir. gan) See gyn no; without: Son yiow eshyn briwnys dyn myghin Bible

as heretofore (adv.) myr v'eh roie; myr bollagh: Ye shall no more give the people straw to make brick, as heretofore - Cha der shiu maghey shoh coonlagh dan pobble, dy yannoo breekyn, myr bollagh shiu Bible

bellows (npl.) builg-heidee: We have no bellows in our house - Cha nel builg-heidee erbee 'sy thie ain. JJK idiom

bound upon kianlt er: And every open vessel, which hath no covering bound upon it, is unclean - As bee dy chooilley haagh foshlit, nagh vel coodagh erbee kianlt er, neu-ghlen Bible

bounteous (adj.) feoiltagh, sonney; toyrtagh; toyrtyssagh: The vile person shall be no more called liberal, nor the churl said to be bountiful - Cha bee yn mooidjeen ny smoo enmyssit feoilt, nyn goo ec yn er-sondagh dy ve toyrtyssagh. Bible

bruises (npl.) brooghyn: there is no soundness in it; but wounds, and bruises - cha vel slaynt erbee ayn; agh lhottyn, as brooghyn Bible

comb1 (v.) caartey, kerey; (n.) kere: He would have no comb - Cha beagh kere erbee echey. JJK idiom; kereen; keyjeen

commit (v.) cur fo currym, kyndaghey; chymney; jannoo: Commit irregularities - Dellal cam y yannoo. DF idiom; cur rish: Commit no sin - Ny cur rish peccah. DF idiom

counterpane (n.) curleid: Had the bed no counterpane? - Nagh row curleid er y lhiabbee? JJK idiom

covering1 (n.) brat; coodagh: that they have no covering in the cold - myr shen nagh vel coodagh oc veihn feayraght Bible; (adj., v.) coodee

craft1 (n.) keird: no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be - cha bee fir-cheirdey jeh keird erbee, arragh ry-gheddyn shall be found any more in thee Bible

crag (n.) carrick; creg: Crag with no handhold - Creg gyn greimane. DF idiom; sker; fingan

crib (n.) manjoor; cratch: Where no oxen are, the crib is clean - Raad nagh vel dew, tan chratch follym Bible; (v.) jannoo coip jeh

crimes (npl.) loghtyn: No one has committed greater crimes than he - Cha nel fer erbee er n'yannoo loghtyn ny smoo na eshyn. JJK idiom

cupboard (n.) cubbyrt: They have no cupboard - Cha nel cubbyrt oc. JJK idiom; culleig, cuilleig hashtee

damage foudaghey; foudid; jeeill; jeeilley; jeeyl: There was no great damage done - Cha row monney jeeyl jeant. DF idiom; jeeyllal; jeeylley; coayll

downright (adj., adv.) foshlit, jeeragh; (ny) hrooid as ny hrooid; magh as magh: He is a downright republican - T'eh ny phoblaghteyr magh as magh. DF idiom; glen: Downright no - Jiooldey glen. DF idiom

expense (n.) costallys: Expense no object - Costallys gyn cagliagh. DF idiom; costys: Hang the expense - Dys niurin lesh yn costys. DF idiom

feathers (npl.) fedjagyn: Your hat will have no feathers on it - Cha bee fedjagyn erbee er yn edd eu. JJK idiom

fool (n.) bleb, kymmagh, moal-hushtagh, ommidan; ommydan: The fool hath said in his heart: There is no God - Tan ommydan er ghra ayns e chree: Cha vel Jee ayn Bible; spoagee; (v.) cloie yn ommidan, molley

fuller (n.) gialleyder; leaddan; leaddanagh; mwyllar walkee; tucker, walkeyder; walker: so as no fuller on earth can white them - nagh row walker er y thalloo oddagh jannoo cha gial roo Bible

gathers (npl.) fillaghyn; (v.) chaglym: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom

governor (n.) fer-reill, kiannoort, reilleyder: No, but I have seen her sister, she is the wife of the Governor of Mann - Cha nel, agh ta mee er n'akin e shuyr, t'ee ben Kianoort Vannin. JJK idiom

henceforth (adv.) maghey shoh; (ny) sodjey maghey shoh; (ny) jei shoh; veih shoh magh: May no fruit grow on thee from henceforth ever - Nar aase mess erbee orts veih shoh magh er son dy bragh. DF idiom

hereafter (adv.) foast; heese; lurg shoh; 'sy traa ry-heet; (ny) yei shoh; veih shoh magh: No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever - Nar ee dooinney erbee mess jeeds veih shoh magh er son dy bragh Bible; (n.) seihll ry-heet

hurting (v.) gortaghey; gortey: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

I can not cha noddym; cha voddym: I can no more go out and come in - cha voddym ny-sodjey goll magh, ny cheet stiagh Bible

invited cuirrit: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; chuir; cuirrey: I've invited my friends - Ta mee er chuirrey my chaarjyn. JJK idiom

I will afflict seaghnym: I will afflict thee no more - cha seaghnym oo ny-sodjey Bible

jot (n.) floag: one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law - cha bee un ockle, nyn floag sloo er ny ghoaill veihn leigh; rap

knife seiy; skynn: He has had no knife - Cha nel skynn erbee er ve echey. JJK idiom; skynney

lack dolley: There was no lack of money there - Cha row dolley argid ayns shen. DF idiom; feme, ymmyrçh, genney, gortey

leisure (n.) traa seyr, soccar; ienchys; corsoie: I have no leisure - Cha vel corsoie orrym. DF idiom

market (v.) cur er y vargey; geddyn margey; margey: There was no fish in the market - Cha row eeast erbee 'sy vargey. JJK idiom; (n.) marger

moss (n.) bolgagh; keynnagh: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom

naturally (adv.) dy dooghyssagh: For I have no man likeminded, who will naturally care for your state - Son cha vel dooinney erbee aym wheesh gys m'aigney, vees cha dooghyssagh imneagh er nyn son eu. Bible E2M; son shickyrys

notion (n.) conrieught, smooinaght; teaym: I took the notion - Haink yn teaym orrym. DF idiom; eie: She had no notion of it - Cha row eie erbee eck er. DF idiom

of a candle (gen.) cainley; cainleagh: And the light of a candle shall shine no more at all in thee - As cha jean soilshey cainleagh arragh soilshean aynyd Bible

oppressor (n.) chenjagh; tranlaasagh: and no oppressor shall pass through them any more - as cha jig tranlaasagh erbee ny-hrooid oc arragh Bible

particular mynchooishagh; mynphoynt; unnaneagh; ynrican; neuchadjin; erlheh, er-lheh: Really, I have no particular choice - Dy-feer, cha nel reih er-lheh aym. JJK idiom; feer

persons (npl.) feallagh, feallee; persoonyn: Person or persons unknown - Persoon ny persoonyn gyn enney. DF idiom; sleih: He is no respecter of persons - S'cummey leshyn sleih. DF idiom

presses (npl.) pressyn: the treaders shall tread out no wine in their presses - ch a jean ny fir-traashtee veg y feeyn y hraastey ayns nyn bressyn Bible

presumptuously (adv.) mee-viallagh: and do no more presumptuously - as cha jean ad arragh dy meeviallagh Bible

prince (n.) flah, prince; prinse: No sooner had the prince arrived, than the ministers waited upon him - Cha row yn prinse agh er roshtyn, tra d'ark ny shirveishee er. JJK idiom; reejerey; kiannoort

rolling (v.) queeylley; rolley: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom; rowlal

rose rosag; rose: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; rose-uinnag; ruissag; sock; (v.) dirree: He rose from the dead - Dirree eh veih ny merriu. DF idiom

sale (n.) cant: Notice of sale by auction - Fogrey cant. DF idiom; creck: There is no sale for it - Cha nel creck erbee er. DF idiom; saayl

satisfaction (n.) cooilleeney, glenney, rick, saasaght, saie; corrym: I had no satisfaction from him - Cha dooar mee corrym er. DF idiom; taittin: It gives me satisfaction - S'taittin lhiam eh. DF idiom; eeck dy liooar

seweth (v.) whaaley: No man also seweth a piece of new cloth on an old garment - As cha vel dooinney erbee whaaley peesh dy eaddagh noa er shenn gharmad Bible

sinews (npl.) fehyn: my sinews take no rest - cha vel aash ec my fehyn Bible; fehghyn

sir (voc.) ghooinney ooasle: Dinner is served, sir - Ta jinnair aarloo ghooinney ooasle. DF idiom; vainshtyr: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

sleeping kyrloghe; marroo; cadley: No, thank God, but the thunder kept me from sleeping - Cha vel, booise da Jee, agh chum yn taarnagh mee veih cadley. JJK idiom

spare brash; ford; fordrail; goan; keyl; lhiggey lesh; lhome; spaarail, sparail: You've no time to spare, for it's very late - Cha nel traa erbee eu dy spaarail, son te feer anmagh. JJK idiom; tayrnit

stalls (npl.) bwaneyn: and there shall be no herd in the stalls - as nagh bee dew ayns ny bwaneyn Bible; stabyllyn: stalls for all manner of beasts - stabyllyn son dy chooilley cheint dy veïyn Bible

stone (n.) clagh: A rolling stone gathers no moss - Cha nel clagh rolley chaglym keynnagh erbee. JJK idiom; liack, goayl; (v.) claghey, cur clagh er; (gen.) cloaie: Hunger breaks through stone walls - Brishee accyrys trooid boallaghyn cloaie. JJK idiom

strength butt; lajerid; lajerys; looraght; loorid; niart: She's got no strength - Cha nel niart erbee eck. JJK idiom; niartaght; treanid; troshaght; troshid

subjects (npl.) biallee: His kindness to his subjects knew no bounds - Va e chenjallys gys e viallee gyn cagliagh. JJK idiom; geliy; theay

thin2 (adj.) (as paper) thanney: No wonder the centre is so thin - Cha nhyrrys da'n vean ve cha thanney. DF idiom

this year (n.) myleeaney; mleeaney: We've had no winter this year - Cha nel geurey erbee er ve ain mleeaney. JJK idiom

thorn (n.) drine; jialg; jolg: There's no rose without a thorn - Cha nel rose erbee fegooish jolg. JJK idiom; skeaigagh; skeaig-ghrine

through her (ny) trooid; ny-hrooid: there shall no strangers pass through her any more - cha jed joarreeyn arragh ny-hrooid Bible

through them nyn drooid; ny-hrooid oc: no oppressor shall pass through them any more - cha jig tranlaasagh erbee ny-hrooid oc arragh Bible

troubled1 (of water) seiyt, faitagh; seiy; seaghnit: they were troubled, because there was no shepherd - vad seaghnit, er-yn-oyr nagh row bochilley erbee harrystoo Bible

waited (v.) d'ark: No sooner had the prince arrived, than the ministers waited upon him - Cha row yn prinse agh er roshtyn, tra d'ark ny shirveishee er. JJK idiom

warm (n.) brabbag; chiow; (v.) cur chiow da; (adj.) blah; cheh: There's no more warm milk - Cha nel arragh dy vainney cheh ayn. JJK idiom

wonder gindys, yindys, yindyss; goaill yindys; nhyrrys: No wonder it's so warm, the dog-days are here - Cha nhyrrys da ve cha cheh, ta ny laghyn-moddee ayn. JJK idiom

worthy of death toilchin baase: there is in the damsel no sin worthy of death - cha vel y ven aeg er nyannoo peccah erbee ta toilchin baase Bible

cha n'aggle dou tush, no fear: Son t'eh er ghra ayns e chree, Cha n'aggle dou, cha bee'm dy bragh er my hilgey sheese: cha daghyr skielley erbee my raad. Bible

cha vel feme rish there's no need for it: As dooyrt eh, Cha vel feme rish, lhig dou foayr y gheddyn ayns shilley my hiarn. Bible

cha vow mayd we shall not find: cha vow mayd oyr erbee noi yn Daniel shoh, mannagh vow mayd eh n'o•, mychione leigh e Yee. Bible

gyn-foaynoo of no value: t'ad genmys adsyn jeeghyn ta obbyr laueyn deiney, airh as argid cummit dy schleïoil, as co-chaslys dy chretooryn, ny red gyn-foaynoo dy chlagh, obbyr shenn laue aghtal. Apoc

gyn imnea unshaken; no doubt: erson gy beagh lyei erna hoyrt 'odagh ve er doyrt bee, eish gyn ymnee erbi veagh kayrys er jit liorish y lyei. PB1610

gyn oyr groundless, senseless, wanton; unadvisedly, uncalled for, unduly, without reason; unfounded, unjustified, unmotivated, unprovoked: Ny jean streeu rish dooinney gyn oyr Bible; for no reason

rey (f.) era; failure; no more: Tan voalley rey, as ny masoonee hrog eh Bible; any more: bee oo son atchim, as bee oo rey er son dy bragh. Bible

sodjey1 farthest, longest, anymore, any more, farther, further, furthermore, longer, moreover, no more: gys ny ardjyn sodjey magh jeh'n aer. Bible; utmost

sodjey2 (ny) anymore, any more, farther, furthermore, longer, moreover, no more: nee sluight Israel myrgeddin failleil nagh bee ad ny-sodjey ny ashoon kiongoyrt rhym son dy bragh. Bible

abiding (v.) farraghtyn: ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him - ta fys eu nagh vel ec dunver erbee yn vea dy bragh farraghtyn tannaghtyn ayn Bible; tannaghtyn: our days on the earth are as a shadow, and there is none abiding - ta nyn laghyn er y thalloo myr scadoo, as cha vel tannaghtyn ayn Bible; shassooagh

accuse (v.) cassid; jannoo cassid er: Do violence to no man, neither accuse any falsely - Ny jean-jee tranlaase er dooinney erbee, ny jean-jee cassid vreagagh er dooinney erbee Bible; cur ny lieh: touching those things whereof ye accuse him - mychione ny reddyn ta shiuish cur ny lieh Bible; cur stiagh plaiynt: go down with me, and accuse this man - goll sheese mâryms, as plaiynt y chur stiagh noi yn dooinney shoh Bible

barren1 (adj.) gennish: But Sarai was barren; she had no child - As va Sarai gennish; cha row (foast) sluight eck Bible; neuvessoil; shast; faase: A fruitful land maketh he barren - Cheer messoil teh dy yannoo faase Bible; neu-ghooie: but the water is naught, and the ground - agh tan ushtey neu-follan, as tan thalloo neu-ghooie Bible

bear1 (v.) brey, gymmyrkey, surranse, ymmyrk; ymmyrkey: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; (to); (dy) nymmyrk; (to); (dy) hurral: They and their children have much to bear - Ta mooarane ocsyn as ec nyn baitchyn dy hurral. JJK idiom; surrys, hroggys; (n.) bear, clameyder, maghouin, muc-awin, mucawin; ceau

burden (n.) bart, laad, lught; errey, cur errey er: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; (v.) laadey, lughtey, cur laad er, cur bart er; (ny) lhie trome er

can (n.) curn, curneen; stainnaghey, stainney; (v.) fod, jarg; (interrog.) nod: Can you tell me what time it is? - Nod shiu gra rhym yn traa? JJK idiom; vod: How can you go out in such weather? - Kys vod shiu goll magh ayns lheid yn earish? JJK idiom; foddee: God lays on you no burden greater than you can bear - Cha vel Jee cur ort errey ny smoo na foddee oo ymmyrkey. JJK idiom; oddys: How can he be so cruel? - Kys oddys eh ve cha dewil? JJK idiom

cleave (v.) giarrey, scaaney, traaue; lhiantyn; lhiantyn da: The Lord shall make the pestilence cleave unto thee - Ver y Chiarn er y chramp dy lhiantyn dhyt B ible; lhiantyn gys: But ye that did cleave unto the Lord your God - Agh shiuish ren lhiantyn gys y Chiarn nyn Yee Bible; lhiantyn huggey: there shall no such cleave unto me - cha jean veg nyn lheid lhiantyn hym Bible; lhiantyn rish: and cleave unto the remnant of these nations - as lhiantyn rish fooilliagh ny ashoonyn shoh Bible; scoltey: And he shall cleave it with the wings thereof - As nee eh scoltey eh lesh e skianyn er Bible; taah

comeliness (n.) aalid: for my comeliness was turned in me into corruption - son va my aalid shymlit ersooyl, as cha row bree faagit aynym Bible; bwoyid; stoamid: he hath no form nor comeliness - cha vel stayd ny stoamid ry-akin ayn Bible; ennoilid; grayse

comely (adj.) aalin: For our comely parts have no need - Son cha vel ny oltyn aalin ain feme er shoh Bible; bwaagh: Thy cheeks are comely with rows of jewels - Ta dty cheeillyn bwaagh soit magh lesh roaghyn dy yewellyn Bible; bwoyagh; cooie: but for that which is comely - agh son shen ny ta cooie Bible; feudagh: it is good and comely for one to eat and to drink - te mie as feudagh son peccagh dy ee as dy iu Bible; fakinagh, graysoil; jesh: is it comely that a woman pray unto God uncovered? - vel eh jesh da ben dy yannoo padjer gys Jee as y kione eck gyn coodagh? Bible; stoamey: There be three things which go well, yea, four are comely in going - Ta ayn three cretooryn ta shooyl dy mie; as eer yn chiarroo ta stoamey ayns gimmeeaght Bible; stoamid: I will not conceal his parts, nor his power, nor his comely proportion - Cha jean-ym keiltyn e oltyn, ny e hroshid, ny stoamid cummey e niart. Bible

counsellor (n.) coyrlagh; coyrleyder: is thy counsellor perished? - vel dty choyrleyder er jerraghtyn? Bible; fer-coyrle; fer coyrlee: And Absalom sent for Ahithophel the Gilonite, David's counsellor - As hug Absalom fys son Ahitophel yn Gilonite, fer-coyrlee Ghavid Bible; pleadeyr: and there was no counsellor, that, when I asked of them, could answer a word - as cha row pleadeyr, tra vrie mee jeu, va fockle echey dy ghra Bible

doubt (n.) dooyt: He has no doubt but that he'll be invited - Cha nel dooyt erbee echey agh dy bee eh cuirrit. JJK idiom; ourys; imnea; (v.) dooyteil: I don't doubt but that you been the most honoured - Cha nel mee dooyteil agh dy vel shiuish as ny smoo dy onnor er ve currit diu. JJK idiom

ease aash: And among these nations shalt thou find no ease - As mastey ny ashoonyn shoh, cha vow veg yn aash Bible; soccar, soccoilid; (v.) boggaghey, cur aash er, eddrymaghey, feaysley er, jannoo aashagh, seyrey; lhaggee: Ease somewhat the yoke that thy father did put upon us? - Lhaggee yn whing hug dty ayr orrin? Bible; lhaggaghey: ease thou somewhat the grievous servitude of thy father - jean uss red ennagh y lhaggaghey jeh bondiaght dewil dtayrey Bible

entrance (v.) cheet, cur drualtys er, cur fo drualtys; (n.) entreilys: I have no entrance to that society - Cha nel entreilys erbee aym da'n cheshaght shen. DF idiom; stiagh; goll stiagh: To make one's entrance - Dy gholl stiagh. DF idiom; beeal: The harbour entrance is wide - Ta beeal ny purtey lhean. DF idiom

he bock; collagh; eh: He hasn't been there yet - Cha nel eh er ve ayns shen foast. JJK idiom; eh-shen; (emph.) eshyn: He who acknowledges no judge condemns himself - Eshyn nagh gow rish briw erbee t'eh deyrey eh hene. JJK idiom; firryn; firrynagh

husbandman (n.) jiulean, labree thallooin; eirinnagh: I am the true vine, and my Father is the husbandman - Mish y billey-feeyney firrinagh, as my Ayr yn eirinnagh Bible; eirrinagh; eirrinnagh: I am no prophet, I am an husbandman - Cha nee phadeyr mee, she eirrinagh mee Bible; tannys

judge (n.) briw: He who acknowledges no judge condemns himself - Eshyn nagh gow rish briw erbee t'eh deyrey eh hene. JJK idiom; briwnys: Judge others by yourself - Briwnys feallagh elley liort hene. JJK idiom; (v.) jannoo briwnys, jannoo briwnys er; (to); (dy) vriwnys

letter (v.) cur lettyryn er; screeuyn: I received a letter from my cousin the day before yesterday - Hooar mee screeuyn voish my ven-vooinjerey arroo y jea. JJK idiom; letter, lettyr: We've had no letter from him for a long time - Cha nel shin er n'gheddyn lettyryn erbee voish roish foddey. JJK idiom

lords (npl.) chiarnyn: as there be gods many, and lords many - myr ta jeeghyn ymmodee, as chiarnyn ymmodee Bible; mainshtyryn: We are lords; we will come no more unto thee? - Ta shin nyn mainshtyryn hene; cha jig mayd ny-sodjey hoods? Bible

on you erriu; (emph.) erriuish; ort: I shan't call on you again, until you invite me - Cha derym shilley ort reesht derrey chuirrys oo mee. JJK idiom; (emph.) orts: May no fruit grow on you ! - Nar aase mess erbee orts! DF idiom; ort-hene

palms (npl.) bassyn: but they found no more of her than the skull, and the feet, and the palms of her hands - agh cha dooar ad ny smoo jee nan chlaigin, as ny cassyn, as bassyn ny laueyn eck Bible; palmyn

perplexed anveaghit; boirit; seaghnit: the herds of cattle are perplexed, because they have no pasture - ta ny shellooyn ollagh seaghnit, son nagh vel aber oc Bible; êginit: are perplexed, but not in despair - ta shin êginit, agh cha vel shin fo meehreishteil Bible; fud y cheilley

proverb (n.) dooyrtiman; coraa dorraghey: now speakest thou plainly, and speakest no proverb - nish tou loayrt dy foshlit, as cha vel oo loayrt coraadorraghey Bible; shenn-raa: Therefore it became a proverb - Shen-y-fa haink eh dy ve shenn-raa Bible; raa creeney; raa-dorraghey: To understand a proverb - Dy hoiggal raa-dorraghey Bible; raa floutagh: That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon - Dy jean oo goaill seose yn raa floutagh shoh noi ree Vabylon Bible; raa-cadjin: Son of man, what is that proverb that ye have in the land of Israel - Vac y dooinney, cre tan raacadjin; shennockle

repentance (n.) arrys: And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations - As arrys as leih peccaghyn dy ve er nyn breacheil ayns yn ennym echey, mastey dy chooilley ashoon Bible; caghlaa-aigney: he was rejected: for he found no place of repentance - v'eh er ny yiooldey: son cha row saase son caghlaa-aigney 'sy chooish Bible

reprove (v.) cur oghsan da: Will he reprove thee for fear of thee? - Vel aggle ersyn dy chur oghsan dhyt? Bible; smaghtal; coyrlee: Reprove not a scorner - Ny coyrlee yn ghannidagh Bible; goltooan: Yet let no man strive, nor reprove another - ny lhig da dooinney erbee caartrey, ny goltooan y jeh elley Bible

vile1 (adj.) drogh: and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment - as dy jig stiagh myrgeddin dooinney boght ayns drogh choamrey; Bible; dwoaieagh; dwoaiagh: then thy brother should seem vile unto - dy bee dty vraar eisht dwoaiagh ayns dty hilley Bible; fardailagh; melley; neu-chooie: For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections - Er-yn-oyr shoh livrey Jee ad seose gys yeearreeyn neu-chooie Bible; feohdagh: but unto this man do not so vile a thing - agh rish yn dooinney shoh, ny jean-jee lheid y peccah feohdagh Bible; mollaghtagh: er-yn-oyr dy ren e vec ad-hene mollaghtagh - because his sons made themselves vile Bible; marvaanagh: Who shall change our vile body - Nee caghlaa yn corp marvaanagh ain; (n.) moodjeen: The vile person shall be no more called liberal - Cha bee yn mooidjeen ny smoo enmyssit feoilt Bible

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


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