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ollagh (=Ir. eallach) (f.) bovines, cattle, kine: As rish dagh cretoor bio ta meriu, jeh ny eeanlee, jeh yn ollagh, as jeh ooilley beiyn y thallooin meriu Bible; cows; beast, cow; neat


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geid ollagh rustling

goaill ollagh (cattle) impound

ollagh oaldey (f.) bison, buffalo

ollagh roauyrey (f.) fatstock; fat stock

ollagh vluight (f.) milking cows, store cattle

ollagh voaldey (f.) poor cattle

troggal ollagh cattle breeding

bovines (npl.) ollagh

cattle (n.) beiyn, bielloo; maase: The cattle are feeding - Ta'n maase fassaghey. DF idiom; ollagh: The cattle are grazing in the field - Ta'n ollagh gyndyr 'sy vagher. DF idiom

cows (npl.) baa; ollagh: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

fatstock ollagh roauyrey

impound (v.) (cattle) goaill ollagh, pundailey

poor cattle (n.) ollagh voaldey

bison (n.) ollagh oaldey, tarroo oaldey

milking cows (npl.) bluightagh, ollagh vluight

rustling geid ollagh; moostrey; tharmaneagh

store cattle (npl.) muirt, ollagh vluight

beast (n.) baagh; beisht; brout; ollagh; peishteig

buffalo (n.) booa oaldey, ollagh oaldey, tarroo oaldey; buffalo

cattle breeding (n.) troggal maase, troggal ollagh

fat stock (n.) beiyn roauyrey, ollagh roauyrey

kine (n.) booaghyn, maase, ollagh, baa; sharree

pastyr feed, pasture: pastyr mie son ollagh Bible

daajey branding: Choud's nagh vees mayd goll er daajey myr ollagh. Carn; (torch) brand

dynsee taught: dynsee dooinney mee veih my aegid dy vochillaght ollagh Bible; learned

calves (npl.) lheiyee: Sell the calves, but not the cows - Creck ny lheiyee, agh cha nee yn ollagh. JJK idiom; gounee

cow (n.) booa, bwoirrinagh, ollagh; (the); (y) vooa; wooa: It's not the cow that lows the most that gives the most milk - Cha nee yn wooa smoo eieys smoo vlieaunys. JJK idiom; (v.) cur smaght er

dunging (v.) broighey: The cattle are dunging the cowhouse - Ta'n ollagh broighey y baaieagh. DF idiom; geoyllaghey, keckey, lhiasaghey, taarey

grazing (v.) gyndyr: The cattle are grazing in the field - Ta'n ollagh gyndyr 'sy vagher. DF idiom

neat (adj.) 1 lhome, creoi, skeoigh; 2 jesh: To be as neat as a pin - Ve cha jesh as freeney. JJK idiom a jeshey; 3 stuittey; 4 ollagh, stuitt

oxen (npl.) dew: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

pigs (npl.) mucyn; muckyn: The butcher kills sheep, pigs, lambs, calves, oxen, cows - Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK idiom

slaves (npl.) raanteenyn; slaveyn: wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men - curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney Bible; sleabyn

sold chreck: They sold our cows - Chreck ad nyn ollagh. JJK idiom; creckit: Eggs are sold at tenpence a dozen - Ta oohyn creckit ec jeih pingyn yn dussan. JJK idiom; er ny creck

aegid adolescence, immaturity, young people, youth: dynsee dooinney mee veih my aegid dy vochillaght ollagh Bible

buitchoor butcher, slaughterer, slaughterman: Ta'n buitchoor marroo kirree, mucyn, eayin, lheiyee, dew, ollagh. JJK

cabbaneyn tents: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh Bible

cloh chase, drive along, pursuit; (as dog) work: Va'n moddey shen cloh yn ollagh. DF; chasing

foillan (f.) gull: Cheayll gagh nhee bio eh, foillan as follican, ollagh as ushag as gagh banglane 'gosnagh; 'solley cheayll ad eh, as yn gheay neear sheidey. Coraa

follican butterfly: Cheayll gagh nhee bio eh, foillan as follican, ollagh as ushag as gagh banglane 'gosnagh; 'solley cheayll ad eh, as yn gheay neear sheidey. Coraa

gyn sheshaght unaccompanied: O dy voddin mee hene y ollagh choiee, gyn sooill dy m'akin, gyn sheshaght laa ny oie PC

gyn sooill eyeless: O dy voddin mee hene y ollagh choiee, gyn sooill dy m'akin, gyn sheshaght laa ny oie PC

slaveyn slaves: spiceyn millish, as myrrh, as frankincense, as feeyn, as ooil, as flooyr meen, as curnaght, as ollagh, as kirree, as cabbil, as fainee, as slaveyn, as anmeenyn deiney. Bible

son (=Ir. ar son) (prep.) for: son yn ollagh, son y chooid, as son ooilley'n maase oc. Bible

stitt bullocks: Va Fyn as e lught-thie 'syn ayrn heose, as nyn ollagh (daa vooa as troor sy stitt) 'syn ayrn heese. LTQ

vochillaght See bochillaght (dy); (to) keep: son dynsee dooinney mee veih my aegid dy vochillaght ollagh Bible

boom1 bisheydys: There is a boom in cattle now - Ta bisheydys er yn ollagh nish. DF idiom The boom of the waterfall - Tharmane yn eas. DF idiom; buirrooghey; croan; croan derrick; croan drommey; croanscoidey; cronnaney; foghraghey dy ard; foghraghey er ard; jannoo tharmane; jannoo tharmaneys jeh; tharmane: The boom of the waterfall - Tharmane yn eas. DF idiom

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

sound cayrnal; eaishtagh rish; feeam; feiyr; feiyral; follan: He is as sound as a bell - T'eh cha follan as breck. DF idiom; hellym: The sound of the trumpet - Hellym y chayrn. DF idiom; keyllys: They used to swim the cattle across the Sound - Boallagh ad cur er yn ollagh dy naue harrish y Cheyllys. DF idiom; lajer; lane; sheean: Empty vessels make the most sound - Siyn folmey smoo sheean nee. JJK idiom; sheeanal; sheeaney; sheidey; slayntoil; sunt; suntal; sunteil; sonn; (adj.) keyn; breeoil

cragh (f.) booty, capture, depredation, devastation, disaster, doom, foray, havoc, loot, pillage, plunder, prize, ravage, ravishment, sack, scoop, smash, swag, undoing, ruin; catastrophe; slaughter: Ta cragh masteyn pobble, ta geiyrt er Absalom. Bible; spoil: Agh ooilleyn maase, as cragh ny ard-valjyn ghow shin son spooilley dooin hene. Bible; prey: as yn ollagh eck, nee shiu goaill son cragh diu hene Bible; despoliation

croa (f.) aperture, eyehole, notch; compound, coop, corral, enclave, enclosure, fold, pen, ring: Roish my jagh Ninian dy lhie, ghow eh yn baghyl echey as hayrn eh kiarkyl er y thalloo mygeayrt y croa, boayl veagh yn ollagh ceau yn oie. Dhoor

troggal (=Ir. tógáil) arise, boost, building, elaborate, exalt, gather up, getting up, harvest, hoist, input, invoke, lift, lifting, pick off, pick up, pull in, raise, raise up, rally, rig up, set in rows, sing up, take, winch, wind; (f.) upbringing, uplift; (tax) charging; (as disease) contract; (of wind) freshen; (as shoulders) heave; (as child) bringing up, nurture, rear, train: Shegin da ve feer chronnal nish nagh vodmayd goaill yn nah chesmad er ash (troggal sheeloghe noa voish y chlean) ayns Mannin derrey ta mysh lieh-cheead dy leih ayn mysh yn eash hoght bleeaney jeig as Gaelg flaaoil oc. Carn; development, edifice, structure: cha nel troggal er-lheh oc as cha nel ad er phointeil fir-ynsee noa. Carn; breed, breeding, rearing: she eshyn van chenn-ayr ocsyn ta beaghey ayns cabbaneyn, as ta troggal ollagh. Bible; build, construct, elevate, put up: scuirr ad veih troggal yn ard-valley Bible; absorption, elaboration; hoist up

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