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one 'nane, nane: One of the crowd - 'Nane jeh'n sleih. DF idiom; un: One man - Un dooinney. DF idiom; unnane; fer: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; (the); (yn) derrey yeh: The one and the other - Yn derrey yeh as yn jeh elley. DF idiom


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one by one (adv.) fer as fer: and ye shall be gathered one by one - as bee shiuish er nyn jaglym, fer as fer Bible; nane lurg nane; fer lurg fer: For ye may all prophesy one by one - Son foddee shiu ooilley phadeyrys fer lurg fer Bible

one on one fer er fer

as one co-beayn

big one (n.) fer mooar

chosen one (n.) fer reiht

every one dagh unnane

Evil One (n.) Drogh Spyrryd, Noid ny h-Anmey

Just One (n.) Fercairagh

odd one 'nane cor

one day (n.) laa dy row; laa er dy henney; un laa: why should I be deprived also of you both in one day? - Cren fa veign er my roostey jeu nyn neesht ayns un laa? Bible

one price (n.) un-leagh

one way (adj.) un-hrawagh; un raad: they shall come out against thee one way - hig ad magh dt un raad Bible

only one unnane ny lomarcan; ynrycan: she is the only one of her mother - teeish lhiannoo ynrycan e moir Bible

other one (the ); (yn) jeh elley; fer elley: It doesn't match the other one - Cha nel eh cheet jesh da'n fer elley. DF idiom

quick one (n.) scobbag

terrible one (n.) dewilagh

this one (y) cheh shoh; (yn) fer shoh; (y) jeh shoh

Which one (interrog.) Quoi jeu: Which one do you prefer? - Quoi j'eu share lhiat? DF idiom

against one another noi ry hoi: They are fighting against one another - T'ad caggey noi-ry-hoi. DF idiom

diverse one from another nagh row goll ry-cheilley

one and all cagh; dagh ooilley pheiagh

one horse town (n.) balley beg cheerey

one of a pair (n.) lieh-chione

one of the days laa jeh ny laghyn; unnane jeh laghyn: ye shall desire to see one of the days of the Son of man - bee shiu aignagh dy akin unnane jeh laghyn Mac y dooinney Bible

one of two things (n.) lieh

one or other of you peccagh j'iu

One Stop Shop (n.) Shapp Un Stap

one thing with another eddyr meein as garroo

one who lies down (n.) lhiaghteyder; lhieder

one whom respect is due (n.) arrymider

one who pays respect (n.) arrymidagh

One World Centre (n.) Ynnyd Un Teihll

one year old she goat (n.) minjeig, minsheig

part one part another lieh myr lieh

ridge cut at one sweep (n.) oght, ught

rock nearer large one (n.) clet

with one voice lesh un coraa

Remember the World War One Dead Cooinee-jee er Merriu yn Chied Chaggey Mooar

fer as fer one by one, separately

fer er fer singly, one on one: Dy caggey fer er fer. DF

conceited (adj.) corvianagh: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; mooaralagh, sonnaasagh

he will saillish, sallish: The more one has the more one wants - Myr smoo t'ec fer, smoo saillish. JJK idiom

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

merit1 toilchin, son feeuid; toilchinys: The more merit one has, the more modest one is - Myr smoo yn toilchinys t'ec fer, s'fastee t'eh. JJK idiom; toilchyn; toilliu

oiled ooillit: And one loaf of bread, and one cake of oiled bread - As un willeen arran, as un verreen dy arran ooilit Bible; (drunk) scooyrit

cheh shoh (y) this one

Drogh Spyrryd Evil One

fer lurg fer Indian file; one by one: Son foddee shiu ooilley phadeyrys fer lurg fer, dy vod ooilley gynsaghey Bible

jeh shoh (y) this one

'nane (cards) ace; one

'nane cor odd one

nane lurg nane singly: Myr shen ta'd goll, nane lurg nane elley, as cha nel feallagh erbee dy ghoaill ny buill oc: Agh, vel ad marroo? Dhoor; one by one

scobbag (f.) quick one

un-hrawagh one way, unidirectional

un-leagh one price

un raad one way

knowledge (n.) enn, enney, oayllys, ynsagh; fys: The less knowledge one has, the more conceited one is - Myr sloo yn fys t'ec fer, smoo corvian t'echey. JJK idiom; fyssyree; tushtey: And he hath filled him with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, and in knowledge - As teh er lhieeney eh lesh spyrryd Yee, ayns creenaght, ayns tushtey Bible; tushtagh

members (npl.) olteynyn: One of the three members for Rushen - Fer jeh ny tree olteynyn Sheadin Rosien. DF idiom; oltyn: And whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it - Son edyr un olt dy hurranse, ta ooilley ny oltyn surranse mârish Bible; oltaghyn

one- (pref.) un-

one-armed (adj.) lieh-laueagh

one-cylinder (n.) un-rollian

one-eared (adj.) lieh-chleayshagh

one-eyed (adj.) lieh-hooillagh

one-footed lieh-chassagh

one-sided (adj.) lieh-cheuagh, lieh-chioneagh, meechiart

one-to-one (adj.) nane rish nane, 'nane rish unnane

thirty-one unnane-jeig as feed

tribes (npl.) kynnaghyn, kynnee; kynneeyn: So shall ye divide this land unto you according to the tribes of Israel - Shoh myr nee shiu rheynn y thalloo shoh diu hene, cordail rish kynneeyn Israel Bible; tribeyn: as one of the tribes of as one of the tribes of - myr fer jeh tribeyn Israel Bible

arrymidagh one who pays respect

lhieder one who lies down

lieh-chassagh monopod, one-footed

lieh-cheuagh one-sided

lieh-chioneagh one-sided

lieh-chleayshagh one-eared

lieh-hooillagh monocular, one-eyed

lieh-laueagh one-armed, single-handed

nane rish nane one-to-one

'nane rish unnane one-to-one

un- (pref.) uni-, one-

unnane ny lomarcan only one

un-rollian one-cylinder

arrymider one whom respect is due

clet (f.) obstacle, rock nearer large one, submerged reef

eddyr meein as garroo one thing with another

laa er dy henney one day

laa jeh ny laghyn one of the days

lesh un coraa nem con; with one voice

lhiaghteyder depositor, one who lies down

lieh-chione chucklehead, one of a pair

peccagh j'iu one or other of you

Shapp Un Stap One Stop Shop

unnane jeh laghyn one of the days

Ynnyd Un Teihll One World Centre

gulp (n.) sluggag: At one gulp - Lesh un sluggag. DF idiom; (v.) sluggey

Cooinee-jee er Merriu yn Chied Chaggey Mooar Remember the World War One Dead

dewilagh terrible one: Son ta'n dewilagh er ny choyrt mow Bible

Fercairagh Just One: dy voddagh oo yn Fercairagh shen y akin Bible

Quoi jeu (interrog.) Which one: quoi jeu vees ee echey son ben? Bible

un (=O.Ir. óen) one, sole: Un Chiarn, un chredjue, un vashtey Bible [L. unus]

un laa one day: Vod y thalloo gymmyrkey ayns un laa? Bible

unnane (=Ir. aonán) (cards) ace; one: vannee eh dagh unnane oc Bible; identical

ynrycan alone, only: Cur-my-ner, shoh ynrycan ta mee er gheddyn Bible; only one

acres (npl.) acreyn: Yea, ten acres of vineyard shall yield one bath - Dy jarroo nee jeih acreyn dy gharey-feeyney gymmyrkey un bath Bible

alongside cur liorish: Put it alongside the other one - Cur eh liorish y fer elley. DF idiom

another (adj.) elley: The death of one dog is the life of another - Baase y derrey voddey bioys y voddey elley. JJK idiom

beside (prep.) liorish: Put it beside the other one - Cur eh liorish y fer elley. DF idiom; rish: Green hills beside the sea - Cruink ghlassey rish y cheayn. DF idiom; liorish lhiattee

bound1 (v.) cagliaghey, kianglit; goll lesh: Ship bound for England - Lhong goll lesh Sostyn. DF idiom; lheim: With one bound - Lesh un lheim. DF idiom; kianlt; chiangle; fo bree

choose (v.) reih: Choose one of these guns - Reih unnane jeh ny gunnaghyn shoh. JJK idiom; teiy; tughtey

common people (n.) theay: And if any one of the common people sin through ignorance - As my ta fer erbee jehn theay er duittym ayns peccah trooid marrannys Bible

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

curtain (n.) brat; curtan: The length of one curtain shall be eight and twenty cubits - Bee lhiurid un churtan hoght cubityn as feed Bible; (v.) cur curtan er

death (n.) baase: The death of one dog is the life of another - Baase y derrey voddey bioys y voddey elley. JJK idiom

edify (v.) cur jeih-hampleyr da; jannoo mie; niartaghey: edify one another - niartaghey yn derrey yeh yn jeh elley Bible

excellent (adj.) feer vie: It's an excellent one - T'eh feer vie. JJK idiom; jeih-; mie er bashtal; mie erskyn insh; ree-vie; ard-ooasle

female1 (pref.) ben-, kiark; (adj.) bwoirrin, bwoirryn: Female child - Lhiannoo bwoirrin. DF idiom; bwoirrinagh: One female - Un' woirrinagh. DF idiom; woirrin: The female side - Yn rheynn woirryn. DF idiom

flung ceaut; cheau: He flung it to one side - Cheau eh ry-lhiattee eh. DF idiom

fox1 shynnagh: It's a poor fox that has but one hole - She shynnagh boght nagh vel ny smoo na un towl echey. JJK idiom; (n.) fynney shynnee, fer shliawin; (v.) molley; lhiggey, lhiggey er

guns (npl.) gunneyn, gunnyn; gunnaghyn: Choose one of these guns - Reih unnane jeh ny gunnaghyn shoh. JJK idiom

hate (v.) cur dwoaie da: He will hate the one and love the other - Ver eh dwoaie da'n derrey yeh as graih da'n jeh elley. DF idiom; feohdaghey

highest (adj.) b'yrjey; syrjey: The highest one - Y fer syrjey. DF idiom; s'ardjey: The highest power - Y pooar s'ardjey. DF idiom

horns eairkyn: One must take the horns with the hide - Shegin goaill ny eairkyn marish y cheh. JJK idiom

indebted (adj.) fo feeaghyn, fo lhiastynys, lhiastynagh; ayns lhiastynys da: for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us - son ta shinyn myrgeddin leih da dy chooilley unnane ta ayns lhiastynys dooin Bible

inhabitants (npl.) cummaltee: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; ynnydee; dream, fir vaghee, mooinjer, sleih

inkstand (n.) dooagan: There's but one inkstand on the table - Cha nel agh un dooagan er y voayrd.

I will ask fenyms, fênyms: I will ask you one thing Fenyms un red jiuish Bible;

job kiartag; kiartagh; kiartey; obbyr; startey; thurn; turn: One must make the best of a bad job - Shegin da fer jannoo yn chooid share jeh turn olk. JJK idiom

lobster (n.) gimmagh: Two immature lobsters equal one lobster - Ta daa pherick jannoo un ghimmagh. DF idiom

loops loobyn: And thou shalt make loops of blue upon the edge of the one curtain - As ver oo loobyn dy ghorrym er oirr yn un churtan Bible

member (n.) (limb) olt: For the body is not one member, but many - Son cha vel y corp un olt, agh ymmodee Bible; (of group) oltey

merchants (npl.) marchanyn: He's one of the wealthiest merchants of the town - T'eh unnane jeh ny marchanyn s'berchee 'sy valley. JJK idiom; marchannyn; dellaryn

monument (n.) clagh cooinaghtyn, cowrey cooinaghtyn, leac cooinaghtyn, lhiaght cooinaghtyn; lhiaght: This monument was erected one thousand and twenty-five years ago - Va'n lhiaght shoh er ny hroggal thousane blein queig as feed er dy henney. JJK idiom

mounted (v.) er mooin: They are mounted on one another - T'ad er mooin y cheilley. DF idiom

native (n., adj.) cheeragh, dooghyssagh; dooiagh; dooie: One never forgets his native country - Cha nel fer dy-bragh jarrood cheer e ghooie. JJK idiom; (n.) fer dooie

oppress (v.) jannoo tranlaase er: Ye shall not therefore oppress one another - Shen-y-fa, cha jean shiu tranlaase er y cheilley Bible; tranlaasagh, tranlaasey; (y) chraghey

pigeons (npl.) calmaneyn: And he shall offer the one of the turtledoves, or of the young pigeons - As nee eh chebbal unnane jeh ny calmaneyn turtle, ny jeh ny calmaneyn aegey Bible

pleasant (adj.) ennoil, eunyssagh; pleasal; taitnyssagh: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom; s'taitnyssagh

plus cowrey moojey; moojey: Four plus one - Kiare moojey nane. DF idiom; plus

proud1 (adj.) moyrnagh: He is very proud of her - T'eh feer voynagh assjee. DF idiom; styrdal; (n.) mooaralagh: He is a proud one - She mooaralagh eh. DF idiom

remain (v.) marraghtyn; (to); (dy) hannaghtyn; tannaghtyn: One cannot always remain silent - Cha nod fer dy kinjagh tannaght ny host. DF idiom; tannee: Remain behind - Tannee ayns shoh. DF idiom

rowing gymmyrt: Rowing is one thing, sailing another - Ta mooarane eddyr gymmyrt as shiaulley. DF idiom; ymmyrt; ymmyrtagh; raue

royal (adj.) reeoil: as one of the royal cities - myr unnane jeh ny ard-valjyn reeoil Bible

saint (n.) noo: Eisht cheayll mee noo loayrt, as dooyrt noo dy row rish yn noo shen ren loayrt - Then I heard one saint speaking, and another saint said unto that certain saint which spake Bible

salad (n.) glassan: Salad may have its admirers but I am not one of them - Foddee dy vel sleih ayn s'laik lhieu glassan, agh cha laik lhiam eh. JJK idiom; sallaid: Mixed salad - Sallaid meshtit. DF idiom

scabby (adj.) carrag, carragh; screbbagh: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom

scene (n.) ardane, boayl, shilley; reayrt: What a scene met my eyes! - Lheid y reayrt va roym! DF idiom; reayrtys: Fade one scene into another - Daa reayrtys y vestey ry-cheilley. DF idiom

seven shiaght: There are in this village one thousand seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom

shall betray brahee: And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another - As eisht nee ymmodee scarrey rish nyn gredjue, as brahee ad Bible

shall not fall cha duitt: and one of them shall not fall on the ground - as cha duitt unnane oc marroo er y thalloo Bible

shall sacrifice chebbee: Then ye shall sacrifice one kid of the goats - Eisht chebbee shiu un vannan jeh ny goair B ible

sheep (n.) keyrrey: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom; (npl.) kirree: He was grazing his sheep on the hill - V'eh fassaghey ny kirree echey er y chronk. DF idiom

smell soar: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom; soaraghey; soaral; soarey

started fo-raad; hoshee: Play started at one o'clock - Hoshee yn cloie ec 'nane er y chlag. DF idiom

strap (n.) cryss, sthrap, strap; yeeall: Let a strap out one hole - Yeeall y lhiggey magh un towl. DF idiom; (v.) sthrappal, yeealley

stream (v.) ceau magh aker, deayrtey; (n.) glass, glish; stroo, struan; thooilley: In one continuous stream - Ayns thooilley gyn scuirr. DF idiom; strooan: The stream ran dry - Hirmee y strooan. DF idiom

summer (v.) ceau yn sourey: I shall spend the summer in Port Erin - Ceauym yn sourey ayns Purt Chiarn. JJK idiom; (n.) sourey: One swallow does not make a summer - Cha jean un gollan-geayee sourey. JJK idiom

swallow (n.) bolgum, slug, sluggag; (v.) sluggey; (n.) gollan geayee: One swallow does not make a summer - Cha jean un gollan-geayee sourey. JJK idiom

table1 (n.) leac varmyr, taabyl, board; boayrd: There's but one inkstand on the table - Cha nel agh un dooagan er y voayrd. JJK idiom

teat1 (n.) (of animal) sheent, sheeint; sheeiney: She's dry on one teat - T'ee shiast er un sheeiney. DF idiom

think smooinagh: One might think he was mad - Smooinagh fer dy row eh keoi. JJK idiom; smooinaghey; smooinaght; smooinaghtyn: I think we shall - Ta mee smooinaghtyn dy bee. JJK idiom

thinking smooinaghtagh; smooinaghtyn: We are always thinking of one another - Ta dy-kinjagh smooinaghtyn er e cheilley. JJK idiom

unpleasant (adj.) neuhaitnysagh: This smell is pleasant, that one is unpleasant - Ta'n soar shoh taitnyssagh, t'eh shen neuhaitnyssagh. JJK idiom

village (n.) balley beg: There are in this village one thousand -seven hundred inhabitants - Ta un thousane shiaght keead dy chummaltee ayns y valley-beg shoh. JJK idiom; balley beg cheerey

vote (n.) teiy: With one dissentient vote - As un teiy ny lomarcan noi. DF idiom; (n.) vote; (v.) votal: Vote a sum - Sym y votal. DF idiom

watcher (n.) arreyder: a watcher and an holy one came down from heaven - haink arreyder, as fer flaunyssagh neose veih niau Bible

wealthiest by-verchee; s'berchee: He's one of the wealthiest merchants of the town - T'eh unnane jeh ny marchanyn s'berchee 'sy valley. JJK idiom

we will beemayd: we will become one people - bee mayd yn un phobble Bible

whole1 follan; neurheynnit; ooilley; slane: One scabby sheep spoils the whole flock - Ta un cheyrrey screbbagh milley yn slane shioltane. JJK idiom; tote

wide er lheead: This linen is one yard wide - Ta'n aanrit shoh un stundayrt er lheead. JJK idiom; feayn; lhean: Are you wide awake? - Vel shiu lhean dooisht? JJK idiom

women (npl.) mraane: ten women shall bake your bread in one oven - nee jeih mraane gaarlaghey nyn arransyn un oghe Bible

would think heillagh: One would think she knew him - Heilagh oo dy row enney eck er. DF idiom

balley beg cheerey village: Keayrt dy row va lught-thie Mylvreeshey cummal ayns balley beg cheerey v'enmysit Creneash. Dhoor; one horse town

cagh all; everyone, everybody: Ta cagh loayrt mysh yn feddyn-magh noa shoh. JJK; one and all

co-beayn as one: Eisht va mee liorish, myr co-beayn rish: as va mee e haitnys gagh-laa, goaill boggey dy kinjagh kiongoyrt rish Bible; co-eternal

dagh ooilley pheiagh all-comers, everyone, one and all, everybody: Ta graih orrym ec dagh ooilley pheiagh DF

dagh unnane every one: hed Aaron as e vec stiagh, as pointeil ad dagh unnane gys e hirveish, as gys e churrym. Bible

derrey1 (=Ir. go dtara) pending, till, until, unto: Derrey ver-ym dty noidyn son stoyl dty choshey. Bible; second, second in command; one

derrey yeh (yn); (the) one: Da'n derrey yeh ta shin blass y vaaish gys baase; as da'n jeh elley ta shin blass y vea gys bea: as quoi ta fondagh son ny reddyn shoh? Bible

fer (=Ir. fear) pl. fir bloke, chap, fellow, gentleman, individual, male, man, one: dagh fer y dooinney syrjey jeh kynney e ayraghyn Bible [O.Ir. fer]

fer elley other: As ghow yn tannys e ir-vooinjerey, as woaill ad fer, as varr ad fer elley, as chlagh ad fer elley. Bible; other one

fer mooar whopper, big one; big fellow, big man: Er leshyn dy re fer mooar eh. DF

fer reiht chosen one: Haue eh feallagh elley; lhig da eh-hene y hauail my she Creest fer reiht Yee eh. Bible

fer shoh (yn) this one: Cur-jee yn fer shoh ayns pryssoon, as jean-jee eh y veaghey lesh arran dy heaghyn, as lesh ushtey dy heaghyn, derrey hig-yms reesht ayns shee. Bible

jannoo turrys ply, make a journey: Va'n ventyr Americaanagh Space Ship One, ny Lhong Spoar Nane, speeideilagh as ee jannoo turrys tree minnid ayns spoar ren cosney moylley mooar. BS

laa dy row (a) day; (a) certain day; one day: As haghyr eh er laa dy row, dy daink eh gys shen Bible

lieh (=Ir. leath) (f.) moiety, part; half, one of two things, mezzo: mâroosyn hie Hoshaiah, as lieh jeh princeyn Yudah Bible; behalf; makeshift; (dy) of people

lieh myr lieh fifty-fifty, part one part another: Rheynn ad lieh myr lieh. DF; mediocrity

minsheig one year old she goat: ver eh lesh minsheig jeh'n vleïn shen son oural-peccah Bible

nagh row goll ry-cheilley diverse one from another: As haink kiare beishtyn mooar seose veih yn aarkey, nagh row goll ry-cheilley. Bible

nane one: va unnidyn Albinish currit er bun ayns daa vunscoill, nane ayns Inbhir Nis as y fer elley ayns Glaschu. Carn

Noid ny h-Anmey (f.) Belial, Devil, Evil One, Satan: t'ad livreit veih pooar Noid ny hanmey CS

oght (f.) check; cut, ridge cut at one sweep, swath: Ta oght lhean echey. DF

ught (f.) (pl -yn) 1 breast, lap a: Ta ny lottyn ceaut ayns yn ught Bible; 2 ridge cut at one sweep

unnane-jeig as feed thirty-one: Ooilley ny reeaghyn unnane-jeig as feed. Bible

abominable (adj.) dwoaiagh: How much more abominable and filthy is man - Cre-woad sloo dwoaiagh as neu-ghlen ta dooinney Bible; dwoaieagh; dwooiagh: or any unclean beast, or any abominable unclean thing - ny baagh, ny rish neu-ghlennid dwooiagh erbee elley Bible; dwoaioil; eajee: that ye commit not any one of these abominable customs - nagh jean shiu cur-rish veg jeh ny cliaghtaghyn eajee; feohoil; feohdoil: And if it be eaten at all on the third day, it is abominable - As my vees eh er ny ee eddyr er y trass laa, te feohdoil Bible; feohdagh: ye shall not make your souls abominable by beast, or by fowl - cha jean shiu shiu-hene feohdagh liorish baagh ny eean Bible; neu-ghlen: Ye shall not make yourselves abominable with any creeping thing - Cha jean shiu neu-ghlen jiu hene lesh red snauee erbee Bible; oaiagh

are t': They are living a cat and dog life - T'ad beaghey bwoalley er kayt as bwoalley er moddey. JJK idiom; ta: These boys are accusing one another - Ta ny guillyn shoh cassid er e cheilley. JJK idiom; (interrog.) vel: Are there any coals in the scuttle? - Vel geayll erbee ayns y chruick? JJK idiom

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

dot (v.) breckey lesh ponkyn, cur ponk er; ponkey: To dot and carry one - Dy phonkey as unnane y chur er e hoshiaght. DF idiom; (n.) floag, poynt; ponk, ponck: Dot the i's - Ponck y chur er ny h-i-aghyn. DF idiom

fools (npl.) ommidanyn; ommydanyn: thou shalt be as one of the fools in Israel - bee oo myr fer jeh ny ommydanyn scammyltagh ayns Israel Bible; mee-cheeayllee: Judgments are prepared for scorners, and stripes for the back of fools - Ta kerraghey kiarit son ny craidoilee as scutchal son dreeym ny mee cheeayllee Bible

forefront (n.) toshiaght; eer toshiaght: Set ye Uriah in the forefront of the hottest battle - Soie-jee Uriah ayns eer toshiaght ny rankyn Bible; cheu wass: upon the forefront of the mitre it shall be - er cheu wass y vitre vees eh. Bible; oaïe: The forefront of the one was situate northward over against Michmash - Va oaïe yn derrey yeh lesh y twoaie jeeragh er Michmash Bible; eddin: from the forefront of the lower gate unto the forefront of the inner court - veih eddin y yiat sinshley gys eddin y chooyrt sodjey-stiagh Bible

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