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ooasle (=Ir. uasal) aristocratic, classy, creditable, dignified, esteemed, gentlemanly, goodly, highborn, honourable, illustrious, lofty, lordly, magnificent, noble, respected: neem's my ennym ooasle y chasherickey Bible; patrician


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ben ooasle (f.) duchess, gentlewoman, lady, madam: As haghyr eh er laa dy row, dy jagh Elisha gys Shunem, raad va ben ooasle; as ren ee cuirrey eh dy ghoaill beaghey. Bible

carrey ooasle respected friend

clagh ooasle (f.) gem

dooinney ooasle dignitary, gentleman, nobleman, squire: Hie dooinney ooasle dy row gys cheer foddey Bible

d'uill ooasle of noble race

ennym ooasle famous name, great name, renown, worthy name: As va mish mayrt, raad erbee dy jagh oo, as ta mee er yiarey jeh ooilley dty noidyn ass dty hilley, as er choyrt dhyt ennym ooasle, goll-rish enmyn ny deiney mooarey t'er y thalloo. Bible; gentilitial

feallagh ooasle nobility

fer ooasle aristocrat, nobleman: Agh roish my raink eh, denmys Hakon fer ooasle ennagh jeh'n sluight reeoil enmyssit Ospak mac Asmund dy ve Ree ny hEllanyn. Chron

fer-ooasle Spaainagh don, Spanish nobleman

fuill ooasle (f.) blue blood, noble blood: YEE Ooilley-niartal nyn Ayr flaunyssagh, t'er chionnaghey dhyt hene Agglish harrish y slane seihll, lesh fuill ooasle dty Vac deyr PB1765

gas ooasle noble gas

ghooinney ooasle (voc.) sir: Ta jinnair er ny hirveish ghooinney ooasle DF; (n.) (ny) honourable man: ta ayns yn ard-valley shoh dooinney dy Yee, as teh ny ghooinney ooasle Bible; Dear Sir

h-ellynyn ooasle (ny); (the) fine arts

jannoo ooasle dignify, ennoble

Lught Ooasle (Yn); (The) Establishment: Cha row Rennell ny e lught ooasle ayns Mannin ec y traa shen. Chron

obbraghyn ooasle noble acts: Quoi oddys obbraghyn ooasle y Chiarn y ockley magh: ny ooilley e voylley y hoilshaghey ? Bible

sleih ooasle upper class: Honnick ny Britaanee ny rinkaghyn shoh goll y yannoo ec yn sleih ooasle, as v'ad smooinaghtyn dy row ad nyn ayrn jeh'n vea berchagh. Carn

smooinaghtyn ooasle high thoughts, noble sentiments

thie ooasle chief house: v'eh ard ghooinney harrish pobble, as jeh thie ooasle ayns Midian. Bible; mansion; villa

Ven ooasle (voc.) Missis: C'red by vie lhiat ven ooasle? DF

Vriw Ooasle Your Worship

Ven-rein Ooasle Elizabeth II (f.) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Sail Ard-Vriw yn Ven-Rein Ooasle as Cleragh ny Recortyssyn Seal of Her Majesty's First Deemster and Clerk of the Rolls

nobleman (n.) dooinney mooar, dooinney ooasle, fer ooasle, krink

noble falgey; feniaghtagh; ooasle: He had a noble soul - Va annym ooasle echey. JJK idiom

aristocrat (n.) fer ooasle

aristocratic (adj.) ooasle

classy (adj.) feer yesh, ooasle

creditable (adj.) onnoragh; moyllee; ooasle

ennoble (v.) jannoo ooasle

Establishment (n.) (The); (Yn) Lught Ooasle

esteemed ammysit; ooasle

famous name (n.) ennym ooasle

fine arts (npl.) (the); (ny) h-ellynyn ooasle

gentilitial (adj.) ennym ooasle

gentlemanly (adj.) ooasle

great name (n.) ennym ooasle

highborn (adj.) ard-cheimnagh, ooasle, ooashley

high thoughts (npl.) smooinaghtyn ooasle

honourable man (n.) (ny) ghooinney ooasle

lofty (adj.) ard-aignagh, froaishagh, ooasle

magnificent (adj.) ooashley; ooasle

noble acts (npl.) obbraghyn ooasle: Who can express the noble acts of the Lord - Quoi oddys obbraghyn ooasle y Chiarn y ockley magh Bible

noble blood (n.) fuill ooasle

patrician ooasle

respected ammyssit; ooasle

sir (voc.) ghooinney ooasle: Dinner is served, sir - Ta jinnair aarloo ghooinney ooasle. DF idiom; vainshtyr: No, sir, my brother is hurting me - Cha nel, vainstyr, ta my vraar gortey mee. JJK idiom

upper class (n.) sleih ooasle

villa2 (n.) (mansion) thie ooasle

worthy name (n.) ennym ooasle

Your Worship (voc.) Vriw Ooasle

compeer (n.) co-ooasle; companagh

dignified (adj.) ard-cheimnagh, mooaralagh, ooasle, ooasley

duchess (n.) ben ooasle, bendiuic; (yn) chenn-caillin

gentlewoman (n.) ben ooasle, ben seyr

goodly (adj.) menoyr: A green olive tree, fair, and of goodly fruit - Billey-olive glass, aalin, as lesh mess menoyr Bible; menoyragh, mie, mieyssagh; ooasle: I have a goodly heritage - ta aym eiraght ooasle Bible; stoamey: And Joseph was a goodly person - as va Joseph ny phersoon stoamey, as feer aalin. Bible; aalin: and when she saw him that he was a goodly child - as tra honnick ee dy row eh ny lhiannoo aalin Bible

greatly honoured mooar-ooasle

madam (n.) ben ooasle; benainshteyr; shenn-ghaddee

magnific (adj.) mooar-ooasle

noble sentiments (npl.) ennaghtyn, smooinaghtyn ooasle

of noble race d'uill ooasle

Spanish nobleman (n.) fer-ooasle Spaainagh

ard-ooasle majestic, excellent: Dooyrt yn Ree, "Va shen jeant dy ard-ooasle, as shen cha beign's er chur dhyt; veign's er smooinaghtyn dy row mee seyr dy feeaghyn dy derrin lhong dhyt. Coraa

co-ooasle compeer

mooar-ooasle greatly honoured, magnific

blue blood (n.) fuill ooasle, fuill reeoil

Dear Sir (voc.) (Y) charrey; ghooinney choar; ghooinney ooasle

dignify (v.) cur ooaslid da, jannoo ooasle

dignitary (n.) ard-er, ard-ghooinney, ard-ven, dooinney ooasle, prelaid

illustrious (adj.) ard-ghooagh, erreartagh, erroortagh, ooasle; errooyrt, cronnal

majestic (adj.) ard-ooasle, mooaral, mooaralagh, mooaroil

mansion (n.) thie mooar, ynnyd veaghee, thie ooasle

Missis (n.) Benainshteyr; Bnr; (voc.) Venainshtyr, Ven ooasle, Vnr

nobility (n.) feallagh ooasle, onnoroilid, ooashlid, ooashlys

noble gas (n.) gas ooasle, gas taaue

renown (gen.) ard-ennym, ard-ghoo, foaynoo mooar, tastoilid; ennym ooasle

respected friend (n.) carrey ammyssit, carrey ooasle

squire (n.) armeyder, chiarn thallooin, dooinney ooasle, squire

don (v.) cur er, cur mysh; (n.) olloo, fer-ooasle Spaainagh

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (n.) Ven-rein Ooasle Elizabeth II

honourable (adj.) onnoroil: Honourable members - Olteynyn onnoroil. DF idiom; ooasle; seyragh

eeghtyragh low-built, low down, lower end, subaltern: Voish ooasle gys eeghtyragh. DF

Kiart dy liooar (intj) Very well: Kiart dy liooar ghooinney ooasle! DF

lady lady: Yn ostyl shinney gys y lady ooasle, as e cloan, Bible

plant pl. plantyn plant: trog-ym seose dauesyn plant ooasle Bible

farmer (n.) eirinagh: He is a gentleman farmer - T'eh ny eirinagh ooasle. DF idiom

gem (n.) clagh ooasle, cliejeen; clagh chostal: To set a gem - Clagh chostal y lhiabbaghey. DF idiom

gentleman (n.) dooinney ooasle; dooinney seyr: There's the gentleman whose son you know - Er hen y dooinney-seyr, shione diu e vac. JJK idiom; fer

I will raise up trog-yms seose: I will raise up for them a plant of renown - trog-ym seose dauesyn plant ooasle Bible; brasnee-ym: I will raise up thy lovers against thee - brasnee-ym seose dty gheiney-sooree dt Bible

lady (n.) ben, ben chiarn, ben ooasle; ladee, lady, ladi; ben seyr: The lady whom I met inquired after you - Yn ven-seyr haink mee ny quail, denee ee my dty chione. JJK idiom

links (n.) magheryn; magheryn golf; (npl.) linkyn, lhoobyn; draghtyn: To bind their kings in chains: and their nobles with links of iron - Dy chiangley ny reeaghyn oc ayns geulaghyn: as ny deiney ooasle oc lesh draghtyn yiarn Bible

lordly (adj.) chiarnagh; ooasle; staydoil: She spoke to me in a very lordly way - Loayr ee rhym er aght feer staydoil. DF idiom

Seal of Her Majesty's First Deemster and Clerk of the Rolls (n.) Sail Ard-Vriw yn Ven-Rein Ooasle as Cleragh ny Recortyssyn

soul (n.) annym: He had a noble soul - Va annym ooasle echey. JJK idiom

baillish will wish, would wish: agh quoi-erbee jiuish baillish ve ooasle Bible; would fain

banc (=Ir. banc) bank: Ayns Lunnin, ta theay Hostyn fakin y kialgeyrys as dellal cam ta goll er sy reiltys as ayns sheshaghtyn "ooasle" goll rish Banc Hostyn. Carn

Cha daink Did not come: Cha daink fockle ass beeal ny deiney ooasle Bible

cright knight: Dty loo dy ammys 'na gollrish Cright ard-ooasle Dhoor

cur neose dismount; lower; send down: Cur neose dty Spyrryd casherick, as deayrt ayns ny creeaghyn ain yn gioot smoo ooasle shen dy ghiastyllys, yn eer kiangley dy hee, as jeh dy chooilley ghrays PB1765; put down

daahyn colours: As ayns y folt oc va claghyn ooasle er nyn soiagh, as ooilley soilshean lesh ny daahyn oc hene as jeeaghyn feer yindyssagh. GB

dellar pl. dellaryn trafficker: ta ny marchanyn eck princeyn ta ny dellaryn eck deiney ooasle y thallooin Bible

draghtyn links: Dy chiangley ny reeaghyn oc ayns geulaghyn: as ny deiney ooasle oc lesh draghtyn yiarn Bible

fer coyrlee pl. fir-choyrlee adviser, council, counsellor: Haink Joseph dy Arimathea, fer coyrlee ooasle, va myrgeddin eh-hene farkiaght son reeriaght Yee Bible

fer oaldey savage: 'Y Fer Oaldey Ooasle', va ny caarjyn soonaasagh eck gra rish cheu e chooylloo  (as cheu e veealloo, my va jough dy liooar iut oc). SF

fir ching heads, headmen: Ad shoh va deiney ooaslesy cheshaght, princeyn ayns tribe nyn ayraghyn, fir ching thousaneyn ayns Israel. Bible

Frastyl (f.) Ascension: Mysh irree ny greiney Jerdein Frastyl, ren Rigard le Mandeville as e vraaraghyn goaill cheer ec Runnysvie lesh deiney ooasle as spooilleyderyn elley Chron

gedjaghyn sponsors, guardians: son va cliaghtey ny laghyn shen ec reeaghyn as deiney ooasle nyn mec dy ve troggit seose ec gedjaghyn Coraa

glion (=Ir. gleann) (m., f.) pl. glionteenyn creek, glen, vale, valley: eisht cluinnee oo'n lhon kiaulleeaght bingys ayns dagh broogh as glion; yn kellagh ooasle gynsagh dooin kys ta yn oie goll shaghey PC

Jerdein Frastyl Ascension Day: Mysh irree ny greiney Jerdein Frastyl, ren Rigard le Mandeville as e vraaraghyn goaill cheer ec Runnysvie lesh deiney ooasle as spooilleyderyn elley as lhuingys-chaggee mooar voish Nerin. Chron

keint pl. keintyn class, ilk, kind, make, marque: Ga dy row mee er hoiaghey oo dty villey-feeyney ooasle, jeh keint slane dooie: Bible

leighderys 1 lawyership, litigiousness a: my ta Manninaghys ry akin ayns reiltys as leighderys, cha nel eh feer vondeishagh da ny Manninee nish as ooilley ny riftanyn ooasle as roosteyryn gymmydey lieh-heyrsnys Vannin dy chosney argid! Carn; 2 (of law) practice

loayrt magh speak out: Agh dooyrt eshyn, Cha vel mish ass my cheeayl, Festus smoo ooasle; agh ta mee loayrt magh goan dy irriney as dy heeltys. Bible

oltscarrey-gaueid risk analysis: Ta'n sleih ooasle shoh jannoo ymmyd jeh oltscarrey-gaueid as earrooderyn feer niartal. Carn

shenn-ayr grandfather: Nish smooinee-jee cre cha ooasle va'n dooinney shoh, da hug yn shenn-ayr Abraham hene yn jaghee jeh'n spooilley. Bible

Shirragh y Ree Peregrine: Ta'n shirragh eean ooasle, as hug ny Manninee "Shirragh y Ree" er Dhoor

staydoilagh ceremonial, stately: Raad haink eh dy ve shenn as ooasle, as doanluck eh e ayr as e voir-'sy-leigh dy staydoilagh Apoc; vulgar; pompous: Ta coamrey yn dooinney, as garaghtee grindyragh, as shooyl staydoilagh soilshaghey cre te. Apoc; pompous person

teiyt fancy, high-grade, picked, plum, selected, well-chosen: lesh diamonyn as pearlyn ooasle soit, va liorish Mammon ass dagh berchys teiyt PC

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

his (pron) da; echey, echeysyn: His father was a nobleman - She dooinney-ooasle va'n ayr echey. JJK idiom; e: His house is very fine inside - Ta e hie feer stoamey cheusthie. JJK idiom; lesh: It's mine, yours, his, hers, ours, yours, theirs - T'ee lhiams, lhiats, leshyn, lheeish, lhienyn, lhiuish, lhieusyn. JJK idiom

bwid See buid penes: Ansherbee hie eh roish gys y chashtal as tra v'eh ny hoie ec y voayrd vooar mârish deiney-ooasle as y lheid as adsyn er nyn goamragh gollrish bwid ghonnagh GB; (adj.) phallic

cha vel 1 am not: cha vel mee oayllagh orroo Bible; 2 is not a: Cha vel dooinney ooasle veg mannagh vel eh cummit seose liorish obbraghyn mie. EF; 3 are not: ny cur y doccar er ooilleyn pobble dy gholl gys shen; son cha vel ad mooarane Bible

deiney ny marrey seafaring men: 17 As troggee ad seose accan treih er dty hon, as jir ad rhyt, Kys t'ou er dty choyrt naardey, oayl mooar deiney ny marrey, yn ard-valley ooasle, va lajer ayns yn aarkey, ish as ny cummaltee eck hug nyn dappey vouesyn ooilley va taaghey huic. Bible

leeidit conducted, led: hee oo e h-aigney mooar, foast imlee, meein, graihagh, cur geill da'n phooar va er erskyn, gyn loght as kinjagh kiune, imneagh jeh 'curr'm, as leeidit lesh resoon, ooasle, ard-chreeagh, dwoaiagh er anvea ayns goo as jannoo; s'maynrey va nyn mea! PC

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