olkyssagh baleful, elfish, diabolical, evilly-disposed, iniquitous, malicious, malignant, mischievous, naughty, vicious, wicked: Cha vel deiney olkyssagh toiggal briwnys Bible; mischief-maker
dy olkyssagh despitefully: Agh t'ad shoh loayrt dy olkyssagh jeh ny reddyn shen nagh vel ad dy hoiggal Bible; wickedly
despitefully nieunagh; dy olkyssagh: cruelly, disdainfully, and despitefully - dy dewil, dy mooaralagh, as dy olkyssagh Bible
atrocious1 (adj.) eajee; ard-olkyssagh
wickedly (adv.) dy drogh; dy holk; dy aggairagh: Will ye speak wickedly for God? - Jean shiuish loayrt dy aggairagh ayns lieh Yee? Bible; dy mee-chrauee: I have kept the ways of the Lord, and have not wickedly departed from my God - ta mee er vreayll raaidyn y Chiarn, as cha vel mee dy mee-chrauee er hreigeil my Yee. Bible; mee-chairys: God will not do wickedly - cha jean Jee meechairys Bible; dy neuchairagh: thou hast done right, but we have done wickedly - t’ou uss er n’yannoo dy cairagh, agh shinyn dy neuchairagh Bible; dy olk: for his mother was his counsellor to do wickedly - son er drogh choyrle e voir ren eh dy olk Bible; dy olkyssagh: thou thoughtest wickedly - heill oo dy olkyssagh Bible; dy peccoil: and have done wickedly - as er n’yannoo dy peccoil Bible
malicious (adj.) cammanagh, dour-chreeagh, drogh-aighagh, goanlyssagh, myskidagh, olkyssagh, roonagh
blaspheme (v.) loayrt goan mollaghtagh, blasphemal, goltooan, loayrt dy mollaghtagh, loayrt dy olkyssagh; blasphem; (n.) goo mollaghtagh
naughty (adj.) garroo; olkyssagh; olk: The master punished the naughty boy - Cherree yn mainstyr y guilley olk. JJK idiom
wicked condragh, foalsey; drogh; olk: They had been wicked - V'ad er ve olk. JJK idiom; olkyssagh, moylteyragh; (npl.) kyndee, olkyssee, drogh leih
dy mollaghtagh blasphemously: Cre’n-fa yinnagh y dooinney olkyssagh loayrt dy mollaghtagh noi Jee Bible
loayrt dy mollaghtagh blaspheme: Cre’n-fa yinnagh y dooinney olkyssagh loayrt dy mollaghtagh noi Jee Bible
theay (=Ir. tuath) (f.) citizens, commonalty, common people, general public, hoi polloi, laity, layman, peasantry, plebs, public, populace, subjects, subject: ta fer-reill olkyssagh harrish theay seaghnit Bible
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