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open1 foshil: Open the window - Foshil yn uinnag. JJK idiom; foshley; reurit; foshlit: He had his mouth and eyes open - Va e veeal as e hooillyn foshlit echey. JJK idiom; fosley: Will you open the door? - Jean shiu fosley yn dorrys? JJK idiom; soilshaghey; gyn eirkey, gyn kiangle

open2 (as affair) gyn reaghys

open3 (as ground) lhome


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burst open (v.) brishey magh; brishey stiagh

fling open (v.) fosley magh

open ballot (n.) teiy foshlit

open cheque (n.) sheck gyn crossey

open flowers (npl.) poseeyn ayns blaa

open furrow (n.) clash

open out (v.) cur bieauid fo, fosley, lheeanaghey

open sea (n.) reamys marrey

open season (n.) imbagh lowit

open space (n.) space foshlit

open top mullagh foshlit

Open University (n.) Ollooscoill Foshlit

open up (v.) cur er bun; fosley; jannoo toshiaght er; reurey

open vowel (n.) breeockle foshlit

open-work stockings (npl.) oashyryn moggyllagh

wide open (adj.) feayn-foshlit; lhean foshlit: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open - bee giattyn dty heer dy lhean foshlit Bible

in the open plain er y trah follym

I will open foshlym: I will open my mouth in parables - Foshlym my veeal dy loayrt coraaghyn-dorraghey Bible; (emph.) foshil-yms: I will open the side of Moab from the cities - foshil-yms slystyn Voab, eer ny ard-valjyn Bible

Open Skies Policy (n.) Polasee jeh Speyryn Foshlit

fosley 1 burst, develop, disclose, disillusion, explode, open, opening, open out, open up, orifice, overture, passage, slit, strike out, unblock, unbosom, unclasp, unclench, unfold, unlace, unlock, unroll, untie a: ren Noah fosley uinniag yn arg v'eh er hroggal. Bible; 2 (door) answer; 3 (as cargo) broach; 4 (as clothing) unhook; 5 (in ice) lane; 6 introduction

foshil-yms I will open

gyn eirkey open, uncorked

gyn kiangle open

imbagh lowit open season

lheeanaghey broaden, open out

Ollooscoill Foshlit Open University

reurit open

teiy foshlit open ballot

half-open lieh oshlit

open-air mooie fo'n aer; mooie fo'n speyr

open-eyed (adj.) sooill-foshlit

open-handed feoilt

open-hearted (adj.) seyr-chreeagh, ynrick

open-mid eddyr-foshlit

open-minded (adj.) neuchleaynt; seyraggindagh

open-mindedness (n.) neuchleaynys, seyraggindys

open-necked (adj.) foshlit

open-plan (adj.) oaie gys cooyl

re-open (v.) aa-osley; (impv) aa-oshil

aa-oshil (impv) re-open

aa-osley re-open, re-opening

cur bieauid fo open out

eddyr-foshlit open-mid

fosley magh fling open, unwrap

jannoo toshiaght er open up

lieh oshlit half-open

mooie fo'n speyr open-air

mullagh foshlit (of bus) outside; open top

neuchleaynys impartiality, open-mindedness, unattractiveness

oaie gys cooyl open-plan

oashyryn moggyllagh (f.) open-work stockings

seyraggindagh open-minded

seyraggindys open-mindedness

sheck gyn crossey open cheque

sooill-foshlit open-eyed

breeockle foshlit low vowel, open vowel

er y trah follym in the open plain

neuchleaynt candid, dispassionate, fair-minded, open-minded, unprejudiced

Polasee jeh Speyryn Foshlit Open Skies Policy

reamys marrey leeway, open sea, sea room, seaway

seyr-chreeagh candid, demonstrative, open-hearted, openhearted

box3 (n.) (for gears) bocs: Break open a box - Bocs y vrishey. DF idiom

window (n.) uinnag: Open the window - Foshil yn uinnag. JJK idiom; uinniag

foshil (=Ir. oscail) (v.) open, unlace, unlock, unroll, untie: foshil y dorrys, as cosne royd Bible

foshley open: Ny jean shiu foshley nyn meeal ayns folliaghtyn sleih elley. EF

foshlym I will open: Foshlym my veeal dy loayrt coraaghyn-dorraghey Bible

gyn reaghys (as affair) open: Faag yn oyr gyn reaghys. DF

bound upon kianlt er: And every open vessel, which hath no covering bound upon it, is unclean - As bee dy chooilley haagh foshlit, nagh vel coodagh erbee kianlt er, neu-ghlen Bible

bush (n.) bush, crouw, immyr chorree, immyr correy, thammag; tammag: A bad bush is better than an open field - Ta drogh hammag ny share na magher foshlit. JJK idiom; (v.) cur coob ayn, dossey

challenge arganey; ceau ourys er: I challenge your word - Ta mee ceau ourys er dty ghoo. DF idiom; cheet neose er; cur forrane da; cur y lane fo; doolane: Open challenge - Lane doolane. DF idiom; doolaney; forrane

criticism (n.) baghteyrys; cremeydys: He has left himself open to criticism - Daag eh oyr cremeydys er hene. DF idiom; foilshirrey

field1 (n.) magher: A bad bush is better than an open field - Ta drogh hammag ny share na magher foshlit. JJK idiom; rheam; (v.) tayrtyn

gaping feayn-foshlit; lhean-foslit: It is gaping open - T'eh lhean-foslit. DF idiom; thoaganagh; thoaganey

may I oddym, oddym's: What may I offer you? - C'red oddym arral erriu? JJK idiom; noddym: May I open this door? - Noddym fosley yn dorrys shoh? DF idiom

object (n.) nhee; red: My immediate object - Yn chied red ta roym. DF idiom; (v.) shassoo noi: It is open to you to object - Ta kied ayd dy hassoo noi. DF idiom

smash bransal; bransey; brasney; cragh; mynvrishey; smoash; smoashal; brishey: Smash the door open - Yn dorrys y vrishey stiagh. DF idiom

throat (n.) scoarnagh: I am weary of crying; my throat is dry - Ta mee skee lesh geamagh ta my scoarnagh chirrym Bible; scornagh: Their throat is an open sepulchre - Tan scornagh oc oaie foshlit Bible; troat

very many ymmodee: there were very many in the open valley - va ymmodee jeu ayns y choan foshlit Bible; weight

brishey magh 1 bud, burst open, burst out, crop out, declare, erupt a: veih'n ooh brisht ta ardnieu brishey magh Bible; 2 eruption, outbreak, outburst

brishey stiagh 1 beat in, break in, burgle, burst in, burst open, gate crashing, stave in a: raad ta maarlee brishey stiagh as geid Bible; 2 encroachment, intrusion

clash (f.) channel, cleft, gorge, groove, hollow, open furrow, race, rubbish tip, trench, vale: Ta'n ollish roie sheese clash e hoyn. DF; sewer

cur er bun engender, engineer, establish, inaugurate, instigate, launch, open up, organise, organize, put on, stage, start: T'ad er chee cur er bun bing ayns Dyfed dy hayrn cooidjagh ooilley ny jannooaghyn bentyn da'n chengey. Carn; set up

feayn-foshlit gaping, wide open: hass eh ayns shen lane thanvaanit lesh shen v'eh er n'akin, e hooillyn as e veeal feayn-foshlit jeeaghyn orrin. JC; wide awake

feoilt (=Ir. fial) benevolent, bountiful, generous, munificent, open-handed, openhanded: dy chooilley ghooinney as ben jeh cree feoilt Bible; plenteous

foshlit (=Ir. oscailte) 1 agape, ajar, blatant, downright, exploded, exposed, extrovert, forthcoming, free-spoken, open, open-necked, overt, patent, public, unfastened, unobstructed, unsealed a: va uinniagyn yn aer foshlit. Bible; 2 (as credit) blank

lhome (=Ir. lom) arid, bald, bare, fleshless, leafless, meagre, naked, nude, scraggy, severe, spare, unset, unvarnished: faag-ee ad oo rooisht as lhome Bible; (as ground) open; neat [O.Ir. lom]

mooie fo'n aer alfresco, open-air: Dy chloie mooie fo'n aer. DF

poseeyn ayns blaa open flowers: As ren eh grainnaghey orroo cherubim, as biljyn-palm, as poseeyn ayns blaa Bible

reurey open up, sink, dig, root out, root up: Ta muc feïe ass y cheyll reurey seose ny fraueyn eck Bible

soilshaghey (=Ir. soilsiú) 1 characterize, demonstrate, describe, exhibit, explain, illuminate, illustrate, interpret, irradiate, light, lighten, manifest, notify, open, publish, represent, show, show forth: a: cre-erbee nee eh soilshaghey dou Bible; 2 advertisement, declaration, illumination, interpretation, irradiation, manifestation, publication; 3 shew

space foshlit open space: As va dorryssyn ny shamyryn-lhiattee jeeragh er y space foshlit, dorrys gys y twoaie, as dorrys elley gys y jiass, as lheead yn space foshlit va queig cubityn veih cheu dy cheu. Bible

ynrick (as behaviour) correct; earnest, faithful, forthcoming, frank, genuine, honest, intrinsic, just, open-hearted, outright, righteous, sincere, straightforward, truthful, undeviating, upright, upstanding, openhearted: ta'n boght ynrick ny share na'n berchagh breagagh Bible

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