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noise feiyr: Please don't make so much noise - Ny jean wheesh feiyr, my sailt. JJK idiom; sheean; sheeaney; imraa; kiaull; feiyral, sheeanal; durd

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continual noise (n.) doindyr; tharmane

ground noise (n.) bun-sheean

harsh noise raip

noise about (v.) cur magh er ard; (y) feiyral mygeayrt

noise abroad (v.) cur magh er ard; feiyral mygeayrt

noise maker (n.) feiyreyder

splashing noise (n.) glonk

noise in the ear (n.) kiaullane

noise of fighting (n.) killjeh

cur magh er ard expound, noise about; noise abroad

bun-sheean ground noise

durd (=Ir. durdan) noise

feiyreyder noise maker

glonk plonk, splashing noise

doindyr (=Ir. doinneann) continual noise, racket; stir

killjeh bother, noise of fighting

sheeanal clamour, noise, sound: T'eh sheeanal follym. DF

kiaull (=Ir. ceol) (f.) 1 music, noise, singing a: cheayll mee kiaull claaseyderyn cloie Bible; 2 minstrel, minstrelsy; 3 (of birds) warble

commotion (n.) trusley, anvea; irree-magh: the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country - ta sheean y naight er jeet, as irree-magh dewil ass y cheer my-hwoaie Bible

making jannoo: What a noise you are making - Cre'n feiyr ta shiu jannoo. JJK idiom

rattling clabberagh; clabberey; (v.) freaney: the noise of the rattling of the wheels - sheean freaney ny queeylyn Bible

tumultuous (adj.) tharmaneagh; tharmane: a tumultuous noise of the kingdoms of nations - tharmane reeriaghtyn ny ashoonyn Bible

feiyr 1 clatter, din, honk, noise, rowdiness, sound a: bee'n feiyr echey er ny chlashtyn Bible; 2 scurvy grass

feiyral clamour, clatter, honk, noise, rowdy, sound, tinkle, vociferous: va sheean y trumpet foddey feiyral Bible

imraa pl. imraaghyn annotation, commemorate, mention, mentioning, noise, rehearse, remember the dead, repeat, repetition, report, speak of: Bee imraa er ny yannoo jeh ymmodee dty chenjallys Bible; (as opinion) voice

kiaullane 1 clamourer, squeaker; 2 (small) bell, handbell a: Ny jean builley yn kiaullane son padjer as eisht roie ersooyl. EF; 3 (of bell) toll; 4 orchestra; 5 clarion; 6 noise in the ear, racket, tolling; 7 blatancy

raip 1 (of bull) gore; 2 rent, tore a: haink Spyrryd y Chiarn dy niartal er; as raip eh eh myr raipagh eh mannan Bible; 3 (cry) crake; 4 harsh noise; 5 tear

sheean (=Ir. sean, Ir. sian) 1 buzz, clamour, noise, report, sound, tone a: sheean y tharmane mooar. Bible; 2 fairy hill, knoll; 3 charm, fortune

sheeaney 1 bless a: dy jean eh sheeaney eh hene ayns e chree Bible; 2 noise, sound; 3 sounding: Ga dy row eh streeu dy ve naeear, va ny reddyn grait echey sheeaney goll rish reiltys y Thooder. Carn; 4 noising


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