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over breish; coar; ec kione; erskyn; harrish: Praise the bridge as you go over it - Moyll y droghad myr hed oo harrish. JJK idiom; noal; noon; snaie daa cheayrt

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over and over (adv.) harrish as tarrish

already over hannah harrish: I wish that the winter were already over - Saillym dy beagh yn geurey hannah harrish. JJK idiom

bent over croobit; croymm; croymmagh

bind over (v.) cur fo kiangley

blow over (v.) lheie ersooyl, tuittym lesh y gheay

bowl over (v.) lhieggal, lhieggey

brush over (v.) cur screebey skeab er, skeabey

bubble over (v.) cloie harrish

buy over molley lesh argid; sollaghey laue

call over (v.) yllagh rolley

carry over (v.) cur lesh er oaie

check over (v.) cronnaghey; scrutaghey

come over (v.) cheet noal, hoal, tar harrish; tar noal: Come over to me that I may see you - Tar noal hym dy vaikym oo. DF idiom; (n.) feolagh

double over (v.) cassey er ash, croymmey, filley er ash, lhoobey

drive over (v.) imman harrish, imman noal, imman noon

fall over (v.) tuittym, tuittym gour y drommey

get over (v.) cur harrish

give over (v.) cur da

go over goll harrish: Praise the bridge as you go over it - Moyll y droghad myr hed oo harrish. JJK idiom; goll tessen; gow noon

hand over (v.) coyrt

hold over cummal er ash

keel over (v.) goll er e ghreeym, tuittym

knock over (v.) lhieggal

leave over (v.) cur gys un cheu

left over (n.) corillagh: Keep what is left over - Freill yn corrillagh. DF idiom; fooillagh: Keep what is left over - Freill yn fooillagh. DF idiom

lie over (v.) tannaghtyn gyn jannoo

look over (v.) ceau sooill er

make over (v.) cur seose da, screeu harrish

over against harrish kiongoyrt rish; hoal noi; jeeragh er

over her harree; urree: What has come over her? - C'red ta jannoo urree? DF idiom

over here ayns shoh wass; wass; hoal: When next you are over here - Y nah traa vees oo hoal. DF idiom

over him harrish: He lets people ride over him - T'eh lhiggey da sleih markiagh harrish. JJK idiom; (emph.) harrishyn

over me harrym: It fell over me - Huitt eh harrym. DF idiom; orrym: You have an advantage over me - Ta vondeish ayd orrym. DF idiom

over men erskyn deiney; harrish deiney

over much rouyr

over that harrish shen

over them harroo, harroosyn; harrystoo, harrishdoo: Therefore they did set over them taskmasters Ren ad, er-y-fa shen, soiaghey harrystoo oaseiryn Bible; er nyn skyn, er-nyn-skyn; orroo: He triumphed over them - Hooar eh laue yn eaghtyr orroo. DF idiom

over us harrin: Shalt thou indeed reign over us? - Jean uss dy jarroo reill harrin? Bible; harryn: Who made thee a prince and a judge over us? - Quoi ren uss dty phrince as dty vriw harryn? Bible; er-nyn-skyn

over yonder ayns shid hoal

over you harriu: If in truth ye anoint me king over you - My ta shiu dy jarroo dy ooilaghey mish dy ve ree harriu Bible; harryd, harryds; harrishdiu: I will make them rulers over you - neem ad nyn firreill harrishdiu Bible; harrystiu: and with fury poured out, will I rule over you - as lesh eulys trome reill-yms harrystiu Bible; er-nyn-skyn; erriu: Also I set watchmen over you - Myrgeddin hoie mee arreyderyn erriu Bible

pass over (v.) (to); (dy) gholl harrish: To pass over a river - Dy gholl harrish awin. DF idiom; (to); (dy) gholl noon; cur da, sheeyn noal, sheeyney hug

pick over (v.) teiy

projecting over croghey erskyn; roie magh ayns

pull over (v.) lhieggal, tayrn gys un cheu

rake over (v.) corlaigey, raakey

read over (v.) aalhaih

reign over (v.) reill harrish

roll over (v.) ymmylt, ymmyltey

running over chummalagh

run over (v.) deayrtey harrish, lhieggey, roie harrish

slip over (n.) gansee gyn muinneelyn; (v.) tayrn neose harrish

smooth over (v.) smoodal

stand over (v.) cur ergooyl: Let the question stand over - Yn feysht y chur ergooyl. DF idiom

step over (v.) gow kesmad harrish

take over (v.) goaill harrish

talk over (v.) cur arraghey aigney er, cur feysht fud y cheilley, loayr mychione echey

throw over (v.) faagail; treigeil

tide over (v.) cur harrish yn vaarney

tip over (v.) ceau harrish, croymmey, tuittym, tuittym harrish

turn over1 broillaghey; broilley; cassey harrish; chyndaa harrish; lauejaghys argid

turn over2 (as sleeve) filley er ash

turn over3 (v.) (to); (dy) yiargaghey

twice over daa cheayrt

win over (v.) cur fer er my heu

band over a horse's back (n.) dromag

gain victory over (v.) geddyn barriaght harrish

hover the mouse over (v.) cur y lugh harrish

over and above that harrish as erskyn shen

over the mountains harrish ny sleityn

please turn over noon

ride roughshod over (v.) cur fo chass

try over as music (v.) cur eab er

er-nyn-skyn above them, above us, above you, over them, over us, over you: bee yn laa dorraghey er-nyn-skyn. Bible

harrish as tarrish over and over

lhieggal abate, bowl over, cast down, chop down, dismount, destroy, fall, fell, fetch down, get down, knock over, lay low, level, lower, pull down, pull over, raze, run down, topple, tumble, unship, upset; (price) beat down; dissolve; overthrow

tuittym (v.) abate, collapse, come off, crumple, decline, depreciate, descend, die down, droop, drop, fall, fall off, fall out, fall over, falter, flounder, founder, go down, keel over, lapse, overbalance, sag, slump, subside, tip over, topple, tumble; calming, falling, floundering, wavering; befall: nee ymmodee uilk, as dowrinyn tuittym orroo Bible; (of voice) cadence; (of courage) waver; abatement, depreciation, incidence, subsidence

filley er ash double back, double over, retrace, roll up, turn up; (of breed) throwback; (as sleeve) turn over

harrish above, across, beyond, bygone, over, over him, trans, trans-: cha vel eh er my livrey harrish gys baase Bible

noon 1 across, hence, over, yonder a: lhig dou goll noon, ta mee guee ort Bible; 2 (from speaker) thither; 3 please turn over, P.T.O.

climbed drappit; ghrapp: He climbed over the wall - Ghrapp eh harrish y voalley. DF idiom; dardjee: The 'plane climbed over the helicopter - Dardjee yn etlan erskyn yn etlan cassee. DF idiom

lordship (n.) chiarnaght; chiarnys: Ye know that they which are accounted to rule over the Gentiles exercise lordship over them - Ta fys eu dy vel fir-reill ny Hashoonee gymmyrkey chiarnys orroo Bible

rejoice (v.) cur boggey er; goaill boggey: I rejoice more over your advantages than over my own - Ta mee goaill ny smoo dy voggey ec ny vondeishyn ayds na ec ny feallagh aym pene. JJK idiom; boggyssagh

rolled fillit; rollit; rowlit; ymmyltit; rowl, rowll; dymmylt: He rolled over and over - Dymmylt eh reesht as reesht. DF idiom

breish (f.) over

cassey harrish turn over

chummalagh running over

cloie harrish bubble over

corillagh left over

croymmey bend, bow, crouch, double over, double up, hold down, incline, lean forward, obeisance, stoop, tip over: croymmey sheese gys ny jeeghyn oc Bible

deayrtey harrish run over

goaill harrish take over

gow noon go over

hannah harrish already over

imman harrish drive over

imman noal drive over

imman noon drive over

lauejaghys argid turn over

lhieggey bowl over, demolish, demolition, downfall, drop, fall, fall down, fell, hew, overbalance, pull down, spill, strike, striking, throw, topple, tumble, upset: Ta'n thalloo craa ec feiyr yn lhieggey oc Bible; (windows) collapse; overflow, run over; cataract; fire

screeu harrish make over

snaie daa cheayrt over

tar noal come over

yiargaghey (dy); (to) to turn over

yllagh rolley call over

come-over (n.) Juan haink noal

dominion (n.) ard-chioneys, ard-rheam, chiarnys; reilltys: despise dominion - soiaghey beg jeh reilltys Bible; ard-reill: or shalt thou indeed have dominion over us? - nee ayds vees yn ard reill harrin? Bible; chiarnaght; reill: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea - as lhig da reill ve oc harrish eeastyn ny marrey Bible; barriaght: it shall come to pass when thou shalt have the dominion - hig eh gy-kione, tra vees oo er chosneyn varriaght Bible; rheam: and in all the land of his dominion - as ayns ooilley cheer e rheam Bible; reeriaght: nor in all his dominion - ny ayns ooilley y reeriaght echey Bible

half-seas-over (adj.) lieh er-meshtey, lieh-scooyrit

left-over faagit er mayrn

over- (pref.) ro-

over-elaborate (v.) jannoo rour jeh; (adj.) ro-yesheenagh

over-estimate ro-ooley; ro-phriseil

over-excite ro-ghreeaghey

over-exertion (n.) ro-streppey

over-expose ro-roostey

over-exposure (n.) ro-roostey

over-familiar (adj.) ro-ainjyssagh

over-fatigue jannoo ro-skee; ro-skeeys

over-fatigued jeant ro-skee

over-free ro-feoiltagh

over-insure (v.) cur rour urryssaght er

over-nice ro-choar

over-officious ro-yeidagh

over-populated rour cummaltee ayns

over-powered ro-lajer

over-powering ro-lajer

over-proof harrish proof

over-wound ro-hogherit

over-zealous (adj.) ro-yeean

aalhaih perusal, peruse, read over

ayns shid hoal over yonder

croghey erskyn impend, projecting over

croobit bent over, humped; (as limb) withered

cur da (expenses) allow; contribute, enhance, give over, give to, pass over: cha vel oo cur da barriaght ayns y chaggey Bible; beat up, belabour, clock, hammer, hit, lash, scold, thrash: By vie lhiam cur da'n chayt ayd agh cha bloys dou. DF; append; article to trade; bestow; ascribe

cur fo kiangley bind over

gansee gyn muinneelyn slip over

gow kesmad harrish step over

harrish proof over-proof

hoal (=Ir. thall) across, beyond, come over, hence, opposite, overleaf, reverse, yonder: Cha row ayn hiar ny heear ny twoaie ny jiass chamoo v'ayn heese ny heose ny hoal ny wass PC; over here: foddey 's gerrit ec e reayrt va pooar dy akin seose, sheese dagh boayl, hoal as wass - fegooish scadoo va hiar, heear, twoaie as jiass PC

hoal noi opposite, over against

jannoo ro-skee over-fatigue

jeant ro-skee over-fatigued

lieh er-meshtey half-seas-over, maudlin

lieh-scooyrit groggy, half-seas-over, maudlin

loayr mychione echey talk over

molley lesh argid buy over

ro-ainjyssagh over-familiar

ro-choar over-nice

ro-feoiltagh over-free

ro-ghreeaghey over-excite

ro-hogherit over-wound

roie magh ayns projecting over

ro-ooley over-estimate

ro-phriseil over-estimate

ro-roostey over-expose, over-exposure

ro-skeeys over-fatigue

ro-streppey over-exertion

rour cummaltee ayns over-populated

ro-yeean over-zealous

ro-yeidagh over-officious

ro-yesheenagh over-elaborate

tannaghtyn gyn jannoo lie over

tayrn neose harrish slip over

ymmyltey roll over, tumble, wallow

corlaigey rake, rake over, scrape together; raking

croymm beaked, bending, bent over, hooked

croymmagh aquiline, bent over, crouching, droopy, stooped person

cummal er ash hold back, hold over

cur arraghey aigney er talk over, talk round

cur fer er my heu win over

cur feysht fud y cheilley talk over

cur fo chass ride roughshod over

cur gys un cheu leave over, pigeonhole, reservation

cur harrish yn vaarney tide over

cur lesh er oaie carry over

cur rour urryssaght er over-insure

cur screebey skeab er brush over

cur seose da assign, make over

cur y lugh harrish hover the mouse over

dromag (f.) backband, band over a horse's back

feolagh absconding, elopement; absconder, come over

geddyn barriaght harrish best, gain victory over

goll er e ghreeym keel over

harrish ny sleityn dotty; over the mountains

jannoo rour jeh overdo, over-elaborate, overstate

Juan haink noal come-over, immigrant, newcomer


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