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phobble See pobble (y) public: As tra v'eh er ny greeshyn, shen myr ve, dy hrog ny sidooryn lhieu eh, kyndagh ish chennid y phobble. Bible


Inexact matches:

co-phobble ynnydagh (n.) local community

arryltagh co-phobble community volunteer

co-phobble eddyrashoonagh international community

Co-phobble Plus Community Plus

tailley co-phobble community charge

Thieyn Co-phobble Community Homes

aigney yn phobble public opinion

Aundyr-spoyrt y Cho-phobble Oarpagh European Community Sports Award

earroo yn phobble population: Er my hon's, ver-ym mooarane booise da'n Chiarn lesh my veeal: as nee'm eshyn y voylley mastey earroo yn phobble. Bible

Entreilys y Phobble Public Entrance

goo yn phobble popular vote

laa seyr y phobble public holiday

lhiasaghey yn phobble public welfare

lhiasagh yn phobble common good

lout yn phobble public gallery

roish yn phobble limelight

Shirveish Co-phobble Ellan Vannin (f.) Isle of Man Community Service

tuarystallys y phobble representation of the people

Ynnyd Phobble Vaayl Michael Community Civic Centre

bing son jannoo ass y noa as coyrlaghey da'n cho-phobble regeneration and community advisory committee

Rheynn Co-phobble, Cultoor as Soccar Department of Community, Culture and Leisure

co-phobble community: Bentyn rish yn Vrusheyl as yn Co-Phobble Eurpoagh (EC), ta Mannin ayns stayd feer hymoil. Carn

common good (n.) lhiasagh yn phobble

community charge (n.) tailley co-phobble

Community Homes (npl.) Thieyn Co-phobble

Community Plus Co-phobble Plus

community volunteer (n.) arryltagh co-phobble

international community (n.) co-phobble eddyrashoonagh

popular vote (n.) goo yn phobble

public (adj.) foshlit, er fys; cadjinagh; theayagh: Is there a public convenience here? - Vel premmee theayagh ayn ayns shoh? DF idiom; pobbylagh: Public works - Obbraghyn pobbylagh. DF idiom; (n.) seihll, sleih, theay; (y) phobble: Public holiday - Laa seyr y phobble. DF idiom

public gallery lout yn phobble

public welfare (n.) lhiasaghey yn phobble

local community co-phobble ynnydagh

community1 (n.) boodeeys, co-hellooderys, cohionnal, pobble, co-phobble

limelight (n.) roish yn phobble, sollys eayil

Michael Community Civic Centre (n.) Ynnyd Phobble Vaayl

population (n.) earroo yn phobble, pobble, pobbyl

Public Entrance (n.) Entreilys y Phobble, Entreilys y Theay

public opinion (n.) aigney yn phobble; aigney yn theay

representation of the people tuarystallys y phobble

European Community Sports Award (n.) Aundyr-spoyrt y Cho-phobble Oarpagh

Isle of Man Community Service (n.) Shirveish Co-phobble Ellan Vannin

public holiday (n.) laa seyr yn theay, laa seyr y phobble

abbyr (=Ir. abair) 1 say, state, phrase a: abbyr rish cloan dty phobble Bible; 2 (Geometry) assume; 3 tell

bochillagh herd, pastoral: Uss nee bochillagh my phobble Israel Bible

cailjey lost, strayed, wandered: Ta my phobble er ve kirree cailjey Bible

moraltaght (f.) ethics, morality, morals: Foays y yannoo da moraltaght y phobble. DF

peccee sinners: Yiow ooilley peccee my phobble baase lesh y chliwe Bible

saualtys salvation, redemption: Hie oo magh son saualtys dty phobble Bible

s'coan scarce: S'coan ta jerrey er anvea yn phobble Bible

sheeoil (=Ir. síthiúil) composed, peaceable, peaceful, peace-loving: nee my phobble cummal ayns ynnyd sheeoil Bible

tar (=Ir. tar) (impv) come: Tar, my phobble, immee stiagh ayns dty hiamyryn Bible

tribeyn tribes: Nee Dan briwnys e phobble, myr fer jeh tribeyn Israel. Bible

Department of Community, Culture and Leisure (n.) Rheynn Co-phobble, Cultoor as Soccar

for nothing son veg: You sell your people for nothing - T'ou creck dty phobble son veg. DF idiom

gross (n.) daa ghussan yeig; gross; (adj.) jiarg-; slane; garroo; roauyr: For this people's heart is waxed gross - Son ta cree yn phobble shoh er naase roauyr Bible

opinion (n.) barel: To cling to an opinion - Dy lhiantyn rish barel. DF idiom; coyrle; smooinaght: Common opinion - Smooinaght chadjin y phobble. DF idiom; tuarym: I respect his opinion - Ta mee cur geill da'n tuarym echey. DF idiom

out of the way (adj., adv.) cooyl raaidjey; cooyl-raadagh; fadaneagh; neuchadjin; ass raad: take up the stumblingblock out of the way of my people - scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble Bible

regeneration and community advisory committee (n.) bing son jannoo ass y noa as coyrlaghey da'n cho-phobble

stumbling block (n.) kiap snapperal: take up the stumblingblock out of the way - scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble Bible

stumblingblocks (npl.) kiapyn snapperal: I will lay stumblingblocks before this people - neems kiapyn snapperal y hoiaghey ayns raad y phobble shoh Bible

welfare (n.) foays: for this man seeketh not the welfare of this people - son cha vel eh shoh shirrey foays y phobble; lhiass

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

aslaynt (f.) ailment, illness, indisposition, unfitness, unhealthiness, unsoundness: Cre'n-fa eisht nagh vel aslaynt inneen my phobble er ny choural? Bible; indisposed

ass raad out of the way: scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble. Bible

basslagh double handful, enough to cover palm, palmful: As der shiu orrym's dy ve beg soit jee'm mastey my phobble son basslagh dy oarn, as son greme dy veer, dy stroie ny anmeenyn Bible

boanlagh abjects, litter, lumber, outcasts, rubbish: cha row veg faagit, er-lhimmey jeh'n boanlagh s'boghtey jeh phobble ny cheerey. Bible

bochillaght (f.) drove, herd, look after, shepherd: ghow eshyn eh: dy voddagh eh bochillaght Jacob e phobble Bible; pastoral

carnaneaghey bundle: teh myr y baase, nagh vod ve jeant-magh, agh ta cruinnaghey huggey dy chooilley ashoon, as carnaneaghey da hene dy chooilley phobble Bible

carrick (f.) pl. carrickyn cliff, crag, rock, rockface, rock in the sea: ta mee er dty hoiaghey son toor as carrick mastey my phobble Bible; chancel; fortress, stronghold; citadel; fastness

cha earrooagh so great: son quoi ta abyl dy vriwnys ad shoh dty phobble ta cha earrooagh? Bible

chammagh as well, both: hig ny froggyn seose chammagh ort hene, as er dty phobble Bible

chasherickey (dy); (to) consecrate: Chamoo nee eh e luight hene y vee-ooashlaghey mastey e phobble: son mish y Chiarn ta dy chasherickey eh. Bible

chennid (f.) drive, narrowness, strain, tension, tightness; distress; siege: Tayrn uss ushtey son y chennid Bible; press: As tra nagh row saase erbee oc dy chur lhieu stiagh eh kyndagh rish chennid y phobble Bible; greediness; compactness

coyrleyn counsels: cur er saaseyn croutagh y phobble dy ve gyn-ymmyd, as cur shaghrynys er coyrleyn ny princeyn Bible

creeaght (f.) bravery, confidence, courage, morale, pluck, spunk: T'ad shirrey creeaght as daanys 'chur stiagh sy phobble. Carn

croutagh calculating, crafty, devious, scheming: T'ad er ghoaill smooinaghtyn croutagh noi dty phobble: Bible; subtil, subtle; wily

derrey2 (yn) second: as bee yn derrey phobble ny stroshey na yn pobble elley Bible

dorraghys doo pitch darkness: Son doghan inneen my phobble ta mee doghanit; ta mee 'sy dorraghys doo; ta atchim er my ghreimmey. Bible

earrooagh multiple, multitudinous, numerable, numerical, numerous, populous: son quoi ta abyl dy vriwnys ad shoh dty phobble ta cha earrooagh? Bible

er cheer ashore, on shore; upon the land of: Er cheer my phobble hig seose drineyn as dressyn, dy jarroo er ooilley ny thieyn dy reaïd, ayns yn ard-valley rouanagh Bible

er e hon hene for himself: cha nee fegooish fuill, ren eh chebbal er e hon hene, as son shaghrynys y phobble. Bible

er n'yannoo committed: As my nee slane sheshaght Israel jannoo peccah trooid mee-hushtey, as y red er ny cheiltyn veih sooillyn y phobble, as t'ad er n'yannoo red ennagh noi veg jeh annaghyn y Chiarn Bible

er ny gherjaghey comforted: bee eshyn er ny gherjaghey harrish ooilley ymmodee e phobble Bible

fasteeyn resting places: As nee my phobble cummal ayns ynnyd sheeoil, as ayns cummallyn sauchey, as ayns fasteeyn feagh Bible

feer vooar colossal, giant, gigantic, massive, monumental, vast, whopping: va earroo yn phobble feer vooar Bible

feieys 1 (food) game; 2 venison a: ee-yms jeh feïeys my vac Bible; 3 untameness; 4 (of landscape) wildness; 5 multitude: mastey feieys y phobble Bible

fuinnee of baking: ayns dty hie, as ayns, dty hiamyr-lhiabbagh, as er dty lhiabbee, as ayns thie dty harvaantyn, as er dty phobble, as ayns nyn ogheyn, as nyn siyn-fuinnee. Bible

geay fowanagh (f.) scorching wind: Geay fowanagh veih sleityn ard yn aasagh noi inneen my phobble, cha nee son fasney, ny son reealley. Bible

goltooaney upbraid: Cha jean oo goltooaney ny briwnyn ny guee mollaght da reilltagh dty phobble. Bible

gyn couyr aidless, irremediable, unrelieved; incurable: Son ta'n lhott eck gyn couyr; son te er roshtyn eer er Judah: t'eh er jeet gys giat my phobble, dy jarroo gys Jerusalem. Bible

gyn scughey fixed, fixedly: As neem's boayl y phointeil da my phobble Israel, as ver-yms undin daue, dy vod cummal ve oc ayns ynnyd lhieu hene, as gyn scughey arragh Bible

gyn vrishey unvanquished; unbroken: Doardee Gorree da'n phobble Manninagh Olaf y yannoo ny ree orroo tra veagh eshyn hene marroo, as nyn mreearrey-ammys da y chummal gyn vrishey. Chron

jannoo assee trespassing; touch: Shoh myr tan Chiarn dy ghra noi ooilley my ghrogh naboonyn, ta jannoo assee er yn eiraght hug mee da my phobble Israel Bible

jarroodagh forgetful, mindless, unmindful: Tra va shin roish nish gyn-yss jeh'n phobble-hene S'jarroodagh jeh'n chenn ghlare Coraa

jough lajer (f.) liquor, strong drink: My ta dooinney gimmeeaght ayns spyrryd dy oalsaght, cur rish breagyn, gra, Nee'm phadeyrys dhyt mychione feeyn as jough lajer ; bee eshyn eer phadeyr yn phobble shoh. Bible

kiap snapperal pl. kiapyn snapperal impediment, snag, stumbling block: scugh-jee yn kiap-snapperal ass raad my phobble Bible

kiapyn snapperal stumblingblocks: neems kiapyn snapperal y hoiaghey ayns raad y phobble shoh Bible

lajerys cogency, force, headiness, might, prowess, richness, strength: cur-jee veue tranlaase as spooilley, as jean-jee briwnys as cairys, trog-jee nyn laue-lajerys veih my phobble, ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra. Bible

laue-lajerys force majeure, oppression, physical force: cur-jee veue tranlaase as spooilley, as jean-jee briwnys as cairys, trog-jee nyn laue-lajerys veih my phobble, ta'n Chiarn Jee dy ghra. Bible; exactions

leih 1 absolution, forgiveness, forgiving, remission; 2 absolve, excuse, forgive, pardon: a: T'ou er leih mee-chraueeaght dty phobble Bible

loayrt ry-cheilley commune: Myrgeddin uss vac y dooinney ta cloan dty phobble kinjagh loayrt my-dty-chione, rish ny voallaghyn, as ayns porchyn nyn dhieyn, as loayrt ry-cheilley, dagh fer rish e vraar Bible

lught (=Ir. lucht) pl. lughtyn (of numbers) batch, cast, complement, content: slane lught e phobble Bible; bulk, burden, cargo, freight, load; (of personage) train

mainshtyryn chiefs, lords, masters, rulers, taskmasters: Cren-fa ta my phobble gra, Ta shin nyn mainshtyryn hene; cha jig mayd ny-sodjey hoods? Bible

meein as joan as small as dust: vroo eh eh cha meein as joan, as spreih eh yn joan er oaiaghyn cloan y phobble. Bible

meevriwnys (f.) misjudgement, misreckoning: Victor Kneale, eear-Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed, t'eh gra dy vel Tinvaal er nyannoo meevriwnys er barelyn y phobble, bentyn rish caghlaa title y Chiannoort. BS

mennick dy liooar not uncommonly, often enough: As er y fa dy vel coonseilee oc hene nish, ta'n creeaght as daanys shen goll er croo mastey'n phobble mennick dy liooar nish. Carn

ogheyn 1 ovens a: ayns thie dty harvaantyn, as er dty phobble, as ayns nyn ogheyn, as nyn siyn-fuinnee Bible; 2 nephews a: Agh my ta ec ben-treoghe erbee cloan ny ogheyn, lhig daue hoshiaght gynsaghey dy hoilshaghey kenjallys dooie ec y thie Bible

oltooan abuse, disgrace, reproach, slur, upbraid, upbraiding, vituperation: nee shiu gymmyrkey oltooan my phobble Bible

ostrichyn ostriches: ta inneen my phobble er n'aase dewil, myr ny ostrichyn ayns yn aasagh. Bible

reealley riddle, riddling, shake, shake down, sieve, sift, sifting: Geay fowanagh veih sleityn ard yn aasagh noi inneen my phobble, cha nee son fasney, ny son reealley. Bible; punishment; cleanse

reilltagh ruler: Cha jean oo goltooaney ny briwnyn ny guee mollaght da reilltagh dty phobble Bible

ro hionn overtight, too tight: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er, chamoo hroggys oo thack jeh. Bible

s'boghtey poorest: cha row veg faagit, er-lhimmey jeh'n boanlagh s'boghtey jeh phobble ny cheerey. Bible

scryssey cancel, cancellation, elimination, erase, forage, grin, growl, pare down, rub out, scrap, scrape, scrape away, scraping, scratch, shave, sneer, strike out, wipe out, write off: Son s'coan t'ad er scryssey harrish lhott inneen my phobble Bible

Shee, shee (impv) Pax, Peace, peace: Son s'coan t'ad er scryssey harrish lhott inneen my phobble, gra, Shee, shee ; tra nagh vel shee nyn gour. Bible

shenndeeaght (=Ir. seanduidh) seniority, ancients: gow mayrt paart jeh shenndeeaght y phobble as jeh shanstyr ny saggyrtyn Bible

son veg for nothing: T'ou creck dty phobble son veg: as cha vel oo goaill veg yn argid er nyn son. Bible

vriwnys See briwnys 1 (dy); (to) judge, pronounce a: Cur er-y-fa shen da dty harvaant cree tushtagh, dy vriwnys dty phobble Bible; 2 of judgment a: As nee oo yn breast-plate dy vriwnys, lesh obbyr schleioil Bible

yindyssyn wonders: tou er choyrt lhiat magh dty phobble Israel ass cheer Egypt, lesh cowraghyn, as yindyssyn Bible

ascribe (v.) cur er; cur gys lieh; lhiassaghey da; cur da: Ascribe unto the Lord, O ye kindreds of the people - Cur-jee dan Chiarn, O shiuish chynneeyn y phobble Bible; gow rish: Ascribe ye the power to God over Israel - Gow-jee rish dy nee ec Jee tan phooar harrish Israel: Bible

as well chammah: For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them - Son dooinyn van sushtal er ny phreacheil chammah as dauesyn Bible; chammagh: And the frogs shall come up both on thee. (as well) and upon thy people - As hig ny froggyn seose chammagh ort henehene, as er dty phobble Bible

burdensome (adj.) erreydagh, laadagh, lughtagh; costyllagh: I will not be burdensome to you - cha beem costyllagh diu Bible; trome: in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people - ayns y laa shen neems Jerusalem clagh hrome son dy chooilley phobble Bible

fan1 (v.) fasney: toward the daughter of my people, not to fan, nor to cleanse - noi inneen my phobble, cha nee son fasney, ny son reealley Bible; fasnee: Thou shalt fan them, and the wind shall carry them - Fasnee oo ad, as hed ad lesh y gheay Bible; (n.) feayragan, feayraghan, sleayst, yskyyl; (n.) dollan-bennaylt: which hath been winnowed with the shovel and with the fan - ter ny ve fasnit lesh y chleayst as lesh y dollan-bennaylt Bible; (n.) dollan; (n.) thaagheyder

lost sheep (n.) keyrrey chailjey: I have gone astray like a sheep that is lost - Ta mee er ngholl er-shaghryn myr keyrrey chailjey Bible; (npl.) kirree cailjey: My people hath been lost sheep - Ta my phobble er ve kirree cailjey Bible

boghtynid (f.) jargon, nonsense; need, poverty, want: hig y meshtyllagh, as y glutterey gys boghtynid Bible; penury: Ayns dy chooilley laboraght ta vondeish: agh cha vel agh boghtynid ayns taggloo ny meillyn. Bible; spareness; nakedness: As dooyrt eh roo, Cha nee, agh dy akin boghtynid y cheer ta shiu er jeet. Bible; poor, shabbiness: My ver oo argid er eeasaght da veg jeh my phobble, ta fo boghtynid mayrt, cha jig oo ro hionn er Bible; poorness

cur sheese confound, lower, put down, send down, subdue, suppress: Ny marr ad, er-aggle dy jarrood my phobble eh: agh skeayl ad dy lhean mastey'n pobble, as cur sheese ad, O Hiarn, nyn vendeilagh. Bible; book, deposit, depress, discharge, give in, lay, prescribe, salt

ronneeaght (f.) catch, horseplay, revel, revelry, ribaldry; ditty, doggerel, versification: Tadsyn ta soiesy yiat loayrt m: as tan vooinjer veshtal jannoo ronneeaght orrym. Bible; foolish song, madrigal, song: Va mee son craid da ooilley my phobble, as yn ronneeaght oc fey-ny-laa. Bible; ranting, raving in drink

shirveish (=Ir. seirbhís) (f.) pl. shirveishyn attendance, office, service, servitude: dy yannoo shirveish 'syn ynnyd casherick Bible; (v.) employ, minister, officiate, serve, serving, subserve: bee yn derrey phobble ny stroshey na yn pobble elley as nee yn fer shinney shirveish yn fer saa. Bible; ministration, assistance

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