wind1 (n.) ennal; geay: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (v.) cassey, togher, troggal
Keayn Twoaie (Yn); (The) North Sea: V'eh er ny insh dooin dy vel Mooir Hostyn (Yn Keayn Twoaie myr t'ad gra rish 'sy Vaarle), faarkey feer hrong agh cha vaik shin baatey elley erbee derrey rosh shin ny magheryn ooill. GK
fortress (n.) carrick: The fortress also shall cease from Ephraim - Bee yn charrick myrgeddin goit veih Ephraim Bible; rhaa; doon: Thou art my rock and my fortress - She uss my chreg as my ghoon. JJK idiom; toor: And the fortress of the high fort of thy walls shall he bring down - As troshid toor ard dty voallaghyn ver eh lesh sheese, Bible; cashtal: O Lord, my strength, and my fortress - O Hiarn my niart, as my chashtal lajer Bible and shall enter into the fortress of the king of the north - as hed eh stiagh ayns cashtal ree yn twoaie Bible
sail (n., v.) shiaull: Trice up a sail - Shiaull y chrappey seose. DF idiom; shiauil; shiauill: Sail north of the island - Shiauill my hwoaie jeh'n ellan. DF idiom; shiauley; shiaulley: To go for a sail - Dy gholl magh son shiaulley. DF idiom
south wind (n.) geay yiass: The greatest calm of all, south wind next to it - Yn chiuney smoo erbee, geay yiass s'niessey j'ee. DF idiom; geay jiass: I fear we shall have a north wind, south wind, east wind, west wind - Ta aggle orrym dy bee ain geay twoaie, geay jiass, geay niar, geay neear. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) gheay jiass
suburbs (npl.) gleebyn: and ye shall give also unto the Levites suburbs for the cities - as ver shiu myrgeddin da ny Leviteyn gleebyn, son ny ardvaljyn Bible; claddeeyn: And the suburbs of the city shall be toward the north - As bee claddeeyn yn ard-valley gys y twoaie Bible
sheear hwoaie (f.) north-west, north-westerly, north-western: Lught-reaghee rathyn Daa Cheead Sheear Hwoaie, t'ad smooinaghtyn dy jean Co-Whaiyl Nerin Twoaie cur kied Jerdein da ny ratchyn dy gholl er oi. BS
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